Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [Feb. 7]

Sam Hunt

  1. Sam Hunt – Montevallo  (Grade: 1/10)
  2. Jason Aldean – Old Boots, New Dirt (Grade: 3/10)
  3. Carrie Underwood – Greatest Hits: Decade #1
  4. Blake Shelton – Bringing Back The Sunshine (Grade: 4/10)
  5. Garth Brooks – Man Against Machine (Grade: 7.5/10)
  6. Florida Georgia Line – Anything Goes (Grade: 0/10)
  7. Luke Bryan – Crash My Party
  8. Eric Church – The Outsiders
  9. Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds in Country Music (Grade: 10/10)
  10. Chase Rice – Ignite the Night (Grade: 2/10)
  11. Brett Eldredge – Bring You Back
  12. Zac Brown Band – Greatest Hits So Far…
  13. Miranda Lambert – Platinum
  14. Ralph Stanley – Ralph Stanley & Friends: Man Of Constant Sorrow
  15. George Strait – The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium
  16. Brad Paisley – Moonshine In The Trunk (Grade: 4/10)
  17. Kenny Chesney – The Big Revival (Grade: 4.5/10)
  18. Brantley Gilbert – Just As I Am (Grade: 5/10)
  19. Little Big Town – Pain Killer (Grade: 3/10)
  20. Lee Brice – I Don’t Dance (Grade: 5/10)
  21. Dustin Lynch – Where It’s At (Grade: 3.5/10)
  22. Lady Antebellum – 747 (Grade: 4.5/10)
  23. Tim McGraw – Sundown Heaven Town (Grade: 7.5/10)
  24. Cole Swindell – Cole Swindell
  25. Thomas Rhett – It Goes Like This

Notes:

  • Sturgill Simpson can officially say he has a top 10 album! He moved up five spots from #16 last week.
  • Blake Shelton’s Bringing Back The Sunshine made a huge jump from #11 to #4 because of his appearance on Saturday Night Live last week and heavily promoted his album being given away for free on Google Play over the last week.
  • Brad Paisley’s Moonshine In The Trunk made a huge jump from #29 to #16.
  • Brett Eldgredge’s Bring You Back made a big jump from #23 to #11.
  • Dustin Lynch’s Where It’s At moved up seven spots from #28 to #21.
  • The biggest losers were Lady Antebellum who fell seven spots to #22 and RaeLynn’s Me Ep fell out of the top 25 all together.
Source: Billboard
Photo Credit: MCA Nashville

7 thoughts on “Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [Feb. 7]

  1. Applejack February 1, 2015 / 12:40 pm

    It’s just incredible to see see Sturgill in the top ten for an album he released in May. And look at all the people he’s ahead of: Miranda, Brad Paisley, Kenny Chesney, ZBB, Little Big Town, Tim McGraw.

    Damn.

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  2. wandervogel33 February 1, 2015 / 12:42 pm

    Not that I’m necessarily putting down all of those artists, just pointing out that they’re some of the biggest names in the game.

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  3. Zack February 1, 2015 / 1:37 pm

    Woohoo! Go Sturgill! Damn 2014 was a phenomonal year for Sturgill but 2015 is shaping up to be just as great as well!

    As for the rest of the albums I’ll give my ratings for fun

    1. Sam Hunt- Montevallo (haven’t heard, nor do I plan to, but Leave The Night gets a 1/10 and Take Your Time gets a 0/10)
    2. Jason Aldean- Old Boots New Dirt: 4/10
    3. Carrie Underwood: Its a greatest hits so yeah..
    4. Blake Shelton- Bringing Back The Sunshine: 3.5/10
    5. Garth Brooks- Man Against Machine- 5.5/10
    6. Florida Georgia Line- Anything Goes: 0/10
    7. Luke Bryan- Crash My Party: 3/10
    8. Eric Church- The Outsiders: 8/10 (really sorry…)
    9. Sturgill Simpson- MMSICM: 10/10
    10. Chase Rice- Ignite The Night: 1.5/10
    11. Brett Eldredge- Bring You Back: 5/10
    12. Zac Brown Band- Same as Carrie
    13. Miranda Lambert- Platinum: 6.5/10
    14. Ralph Stanley- unfortunately haven’t heard
    15. George Strait- I’m skipping this for the obvious reason why everyone is skipping this one
    16. Brad Paisley- Moonshine In The Trunk: 6/10
    17. Kenny Chesney- The Big Revival: 8/10 (again..sorry haha)
    18. Brantley Gilbert- Just As I Am: 4/10
    19. Little Big Town- Painkiller: 5.5/10
    20. Lee Brice- I Dont Dance: 2/10
    21. Dustin Lynch- Where Its At: 3.5/10
    22. Lady Antebellum- 747: 5/10
    23. Tim McGraw- Sundown Heaven Town: 7.5/10
    24. Cole Swindell- s/t: 1/10
    25. Thomas Rhett- It Goes Like This: 1/10

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  4. Cobra February 1, 2015 / 3:41 pm

    It’s pretty sad that Shelton has to give away his album to get its sales numbers up. It’s a free album, and still forgettable as hell.

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    • Zack February 1, 2015 / 11:45 pm

      Unfortunately, Cobra there were some songs that were NOT forgettable and left a sour taste in my mouth, *cough cough*Buzzin’*cough*Gonna*cough cough*

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      • Cobra February 2, 2015 / 10:22 am

        Agreed, there were a couple of really bad ones on there, but they haven’t been released as singles (thankfully). Aside from those two songs though, there was absolutely nothing about the album that stood out in any way.

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