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Alice Cooper Returns To the Album's Chart

Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album holds at No.

Alice Cooper Returns To the Album's Chart

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Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album holds at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the seventh non-consecutive week, once again picking up the highest on-demand stream total for the week.


The Weeknd’s The Highlights pops 8-2, Pop Smoke’s Shoot for The Stars Aim for The Moon drops one position, to No. 3, Dua Lipa’s Future Nostalgia edges 5-4, and The Kid Laroi’s F*ck Love moves 6-5.

Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding edges 11-10 in its 78th week on the chart. It is the album’s first appearance in the top 10 since November 2020.

The top new entry of the week belongs to (Bieber discovery) NYC singer-songwriter Madison Beer’s debut full-length album Life Support, at No. 23. It is her highest charting release to date, surpassing the No. 62 peak of her debut EP, As She Pleases, in February 2018.

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Two other new releases debut in the top 60. Alice Cooper’s Detroit Stories lands at No. 56 with the highest album sales total for the week. The big budget 15-track homage to Motor City's hard-rock roots is Alice’s 21st studio album and is his first charted album since August 2017’s Paranormal peaked at No. 17.

Architects’ For Those That Wish To Exist enters at No. 57, the Brit metalcore band’s highest charting album to date, surpassing the No. 72 peak of their last album, 2018’s Holy Hell.

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by MRC’s Paul Tuch.

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