Velvet Revolver Sales Misfire

(antiMusic) The good news is that Velvet Revolver still has enough fans to fill three 30,000 seat arenas. The bad news is it looks like they lost almost 2/3rds of their fans between the release of their debut album and their sophomore effort 'Libertad'. Still a top 5 showing is nothing to lose your tophat over. The Ex-Guns N' Roses band featuring the ex-Stone Temple Pilot frontman sold 92,000 copies of the new album in the US last week, down from 256,000 for their debut.

Last week's no. 1 from the achy breaky offspring Miley Cyrus was displaced by rapper T.I. who moved 468,000 copies of "T.I. vs. T.I.P". Cyrus' sales dropped over 40% in the second week with sales of 188,000 units. Tweens really love that gansta sh**

The album that Clive Davis didn't want you to hear, because it didn't contain enough cheese, rounded out the Top 3. Kelly Clarkson's controversial "My December" fell one spot with 113,000 cheddar-free copies being sold this past week in the U.S.

Ditching the hairspray for a pickup truck and a dog is still paying off for Bon Jovi who attracted 94,000 more fans across the "country" during the 4th of July holiday week with their hair-country album "Lost Highway".

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