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Robin Thicke's New Album Sells Less Than 54 Copies In Australia
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.10.2014



News.com.au reports that Robin Thicke's new album Paula has sold less than 54 copies in Australia. This is obviously a huge decrease from Blurred Lines, which went to #4 in the country. The album's sales were so low it didn't make the Last week Thicke's follow up album, Paula, didn't even make the ARIA Top 500. The album at #500, a compilation from Blondie, sold 54 copies last week. It's possible that with no sales registered outside the Top 500, the album may not have even hit double digits.

In the UK, the album only sold 530 copies to debut at #200. It did much better in the US, with 24,000 to debut at #9. It's still a huge drop from Blurred Lines, which opened at #1 with 117,000.





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