Here Are The 10 David Bowie Albums That Jumped Onto This Week’s Album Chart

Robbie Daw | January 20, 2016 12:39 pm

Last week, following David Bowie‘s death on January 10, the musician’s albums became such a hot commodity that Amazon sold out of its stock of CD and vinyl copies. And while we found out days ago that Bowie’s most recent LP Blackstar has topped the Billboard 200 — his first stateside trip to #1, actually — it turns out there are nine other releases by the pop-rock legend that have either returned to or made their first appearance on the main album chart.

Billboard reports that sales of Bowie’s music increased by over 5,ooo% in the chart week ending January 14. This included, according to Nielsen Music, album sales of 308,000 copies and 375,000 song downloads.

We already know that Blackstar single “Lazarus” debuted at #40 on the Billboard Hot 100 this week — marking Bowie’s first Top 40 hit in the States in 28 years — while his older hits “Space Oddity” and “Under Pressure” re-entered the chart at #42 and #45, respectively. Below is the list of how his LPs played out on this week’s album chart.

1. Blackstar (2016 studio LP)
4. Best Of Bowie (2002 compilation)
21. The Rise And Fall Of Ziggy Stardust And The Spiders From Mars (1972 studio LP)
57. Hunky Dory (1971 studio LP)
65. The Platinum Collection (2005 compilation)
68. Nothing Has Changed (2014 compilation)
90. Let’s Dance (1983 studio LP)
134. Aladdin Sane (1973 studio LP)
143. Low (1976 studio LP)
151. The Next Day (2013 studio LP)

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