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Half Moon Run's Latest EP Is A Brisk Seller

The release of a deluxe edition of Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars Aim For The Moon returns the July 3 album to No.

Half Moon Run's Latest EP Is A Brisk Seller

By FYI Staff

The release of a deluxe edition of Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars Aim For The Moon returns the July 3 album to No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 14,000 total consumption units and scoring the highest on-demand stream total for the week. The album debuted at the top of the chart two weeks ago and was replaced at No. 1 last week by Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die, which falls to No. 2 this week.


The top debut of the week belongs to The Chicks’ Gaslighter, at No. 3, picking up the highest album sales total for the week. It is the group’s first studio album since 2006’s Taking the Long Way spent four weeks at No. 1. Gaslighter is their third top-three album.

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The cast record for Hamilton drops one position, to 4, and Harry Styles’ Fine Line falls one spot to 5, picking up the highest digital song download total for the week. The Weeknd's After Hours drops to 6, the first week that the album has not been in the weekly top five.

Ellie Goulding’s Brightest Blue debuts at 38, her first charted album since Delirium peaked at No. 2 in November 2015.

Oliver Tree’s Ugly Is Beautiful debuts at 47; it’s his first charted album to date.

Half Moon Run’s new EP, Seasons of Change, enters at 67 with the second-highest album sales total for the week. Their last full-length release, A Blemish in the Great Light, entered at 3 in November 2019.

-- All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by Nielsen Canada's Paul Tuch.

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