Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [June 6]

Brantley Gilbert Just As I Am

  1. Brantley Gilbert – Just As I Am (Grade: 5/10)
  2. Zac Brown Band – Jekyll + Hyde (Grade: 6/10)
  3. Sam Hunt – Montevallo  (Grade: 1/10)
  4. Kelsea Ballerini – The First Time (Grade: 1/10)
  5. Reba – Love Somebody (Grade: 9/10)
  6. Little Big Town – Pain Killer (Grade: 3/10)
  7. Eric Church – The Outsiders
  8. Luke Bryan – Spring Break…Checkin’ Out (Grade: 2.5/10)
  9. Jason Aldean – Old Boots, New Dirt (Grade: 3/10)
  10. Florida Georgia Line – Anything Goes (Grade: 0/10)
  11. Tyler Farr – Suffer In Peace (Grade: 5/10)
  12. Chris Stapleton – Traveller (Grade: 10/10)
  13. Darius Rucker – Southern Style (Grade: 5.5/10)
  14. Luke Bryan – Crash My Party
  15. Blake Shelton – Bringing Back The Sunshine (Grade: 4/10)
  16. Carrie Underwood – Greatest Hits: Decade #1
  17. Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell – The Traveling Kind 
  18. Cole Swindell – Cole Swindell
  19. Various Artists – NOW That’s What I Call ACM Awards: 50 Years
  20. Dwight Yoakam – Second Hand Heart (Grade: 10/10)
  21. Chase Rice – Ignite the Night (Grade: 2/10)
  22. Soundtrack – Nashville: The Music Of, Season 3: Vol. 2
  23. Miranda Lambert – Platinum
  24. Zac Brown Band – Greatest Hits So Far…
  25. Kenny Chesney – The Big Revival (Grade: 4.5/10)

Notes:

  • This week’s new #1 country album is Brantley Gilbert’s Just As I Am, displacing Zac Brown Band’s Jekyll + Hyde. If you aren’t aware, Gilbert just released a new platinum bonus edition version of the album, hence why it reached #1 a year after the original being released.
  • Just As I Am is also this week’s biggest gainer, moving up 21 spots from #22 to the top spot.
  • Kelsea Ballerini and her new album The First Time debuts at #4 on the chart.
  • Little Big Town’s Pain Killer album moved up four spots to #6 on the chart.
  • Tyler Farr’s new album Suffer In Peace fell five spots to #11.
  • The critically acclaimed debut album, Traveller, from Chris Stapleton fell eight spots to #12.
  • The collaboration album Traveling Kind from duo Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell fell from #8 to #17.
  • NOW That’s What I Call ACM Awards: 50 Years fell five spots to #19.
  • The biggest loser of the week was the soundtrack Nashville: The Music Of, Season 3: Vol. 2 album, which fell 19 spots from #3 to #22 this week.

 

Source: Billboard

One thought on “Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [June 6]

  1. Raymond May 30, 2015 / 1:40 pm

    Oh Josh. Jon Pardi EP actually came up just short and landed at #26. Good debut for Kelsea. Given her label is Black River. Usually their albums sell terrible the fact Kelsea got a Top 5 debut is impressive. I’m surprised Darius is still in the Top 15 figured he’d drop off right now given his song Southern Style is struggling.

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