Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [Feb. 14]

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. Florida Georgia Line – Anything Goes (Grade: 0/10)
  6. Garth Brooks – Man Against Machine (Grade: 7.5/10)
  7. Luke Bryan – Crash My Party
  8. Sturgill Simpson – Metamodern Sounds in Country Music (Grade: 10/10)
  9. Eric Church – The Outsiders
  10. Miranda Lambert – Platinum
  11. Chase Rice – Ignite the Night (Grade: 2/10)
  12. Brantley Gilbert – Just As I Am (Grade: 5/10)
  13. Zac Brown Band – Greatest Hits So Far…
  14. George Strait – The Cowboy Rides Away: Live From AT&T Stadium
  15. Lee Brice – I Don’t Dance (Grade: 5/10)
  16. Ralph Stanley – Ralph Stanley & Friends: Man Of Constant Sorrow
  17. Brett Eldredge – Bring You Back
  18. Little Big Town – Pain Killer (Grade: 3/10)
  19. Kenny Chesney – The Big Revival (Grade: 4.5/10)
  20. Various Artists – 21 Country Hits
  21. Dustin Lynch – Where It’s At (Grade: 3.5/10)
  22. Ray Price – Beauty Is… The Final Sessions 
  23. Cole Swindell – Cole Swindell
  24. Tim McGraw – Sundown Heaven Town (Grade: 7.5/10)
  25. Lady Antebellum – 747 (Grade: 4.5/10)

Notes:

  • Sturgill Simpson moved up again this week, passing Eric Church to land at #8. Yes, you read that right. Simpson passed Church.
  • The top four albums remained the same. Florida Georgia Line passed Garth Brooks to round out the top five.
  • Brantley Gilbert’s Just As I Am moved up six spots, from #18 to #12.
  • Lee Brice’s I Don’t Dance moved up five spots, from #20 to #15.
  • Brett Eldredge’s Bring You Back was this week’s second biggest loser, dropping six spots from #11 to #17.
  • Brad Paisley’s Moonshine In The Trunk was the biggest loser this week, dropping from #16 to out of the top 25.
  • This week’s biggest gainer is newcomer 21 Country Hits (moved up 15 spots from #35 to #20), which is basically an album full of mostly great country music with some more recent stuff thrown in. Nothing special to see here.
  • The other new album to enter the top 25 this week is the late great Ray Price’s Beauty Is… The Final Sessions. It was the legend’s final album ever. RIP Mr. Price.
Source: Billboard
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