Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [July 4]

ZBB Jekyll + Hyde

  1. Zac Brown Band – Jekyll + Hyde (Grade: 6/10)
  2. Various Artists – NOW That’s What I Call Country, Volume 8
  3. Sam Hunt – Montevallo  (Grade: 1/10)
  4. Willie Nelson & Merle Haggard – Django and Jimmie (Grade: 9/10)
  5. Little Big Town – Pain Killer (Grade: 3/10)
  6. Eric Church – The Outsiders
  7. Brantley Gilbert – Just As I Am (Grade: 5/10)
  8. Tim McGraw – 35 Biggest Hits
  9. Jason Aldean – Old Boots, New Dirt (Grade: 3/10) 
  10. Florida Georgia Line – Anything Goes (Grade: 0/10)
  11. A Thousand Horses – Southernality (Grade: 5.5/10)
  12. Big Smo – Bringin’ It Home EP
  13. Luke Bryan – Spring Break…Checkin’ Out (Grade: 2.5/10)
  14. Billy Currington – Summer Forever
  15. Luke Bryan – Crash My Party
  16. Hank Williams Jr. – 35 Biggest Hits
  17. Darius Rucker – Southern Style (Grade: 5.5/10)
  18. Carrie Underwood – Greatest Hits: Decade #1
  19. The Lacs – Outlaw In Me
  20. Kenny Chesney – The Big Revival (Grade: 4.5/10)
  21. Blake Shelton – Bringing Back The Sunshine (Grade: 4/10)
  22. Reba – Love Somebody (Grade: 9/10)
  23. Tyler Farr – Suffer In Peace (Grade: 5/10)
  24. Chase Rice – Ignite the Night (Grade: 2/10)
  25. Kelsea Ballerini – The First Time (Grade: 1/10)


  • Zac Brown Band retakes the top spot this week with their new album Jekyll + Hyde.
  • Tim McGraw’s new 35 Biggest Hits album debuts at #8 this week. If you’re wondering why McGraw isn’t promoting this, it’s because he didn’t endorse the release. This is Curb Records being Curb Records.
  • The biggest gainer this week was Little Big Town’s Pain Killer moving up three spots from #8 to #5.
  • A Thousand Horses and their brand new album Southernality fell eight spots from #3 to #11.
  • Big Smo’s new EP Bringin’ It Home debuts at #12 on the chart this week.
  • Billy Currington’s Summer Forever fell five spots from #9 to #14.
  • Hank Williams Jr. debuts at #16 this week with his new 35 Biggest Hits album. Just like McGraw, Williams has nothing to do with this release and it’s only Curb behind it.
  • The Lacs’ Outlaw In Me album fell four spots to #19.
  • Reba’s Love Somebody album fell four spots to #22.
  • Chase Rice’s Ignite The Night fell four spots to #24.
  • Lastly, the biggest loser this week was Kelsea Ballerini and her debut album The First Time, which fell nine spots from #16 to #25.


Source: Billboard

4 thoughts on “Billboard Top 25 Country Albums This Week [July 4]

  1. Cobra June 27, 2015 / 1:53 pm

    I know I shouldn’t be, but I’m surprised by Curb Records releasing yet another TIm McGraw hits package. Seriously, who is buying this? that didn’t have it before or wouldn’t have bought a previous one?


  2. petemarshall724 June 27, 2015 / 6:43 pm

    Curb records is wasting their time and wasting fans money for the songs they already have. This makes no sense what so ever.


  3. Zack June 28, 2015 / 7:49 am

    I look at these Curb packages like I do at the Now! That’s What I Call Country series packages. There’s no point for them anymore with all of the online features available today. I mean seriously, you can find I think nearly every song on that Tim McGraw album on every other greatest hits album he’s had. It pisses me off when they try to make it look like a “good” deal when they throw in an extra bonus track or two. Them and Showdog are the most piss poor labels I’ve ever seen.

    In other news, since this is a post about albums, I’ve finally picked up all of the ones I wanted (I think)
    This week I’ve picked up:

    Ryan Bingham- “Fear and Saturday Night”
    Brandi Carlile- “The Firewatchers Daughter”
    Banditos- “Banditos”
    The Mavericks- “Mono”

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  4. Cobra June 28, 2015 / 8:19 am

    Are you guys still going to reveal Courtney Patton’s new album?


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