Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Jonas Brothers #1 as predicted by Marketing Sociologist

Last week one of my clients didn’t believe me when I said Jonas Brothers’ Lines, Vines and Trying times would be #1 right out of the box and sell about 300,000 units – down from the millions right out of the box 10 years ago – in the 20th Century.

This report just out from Billboard, “The Jonas Brothers scored their second No. 1 album in less than a year on the U.S. pop album chart Wednesday, but first-week sales were less than half of those for their previous studio effort.

"Lines, Vines and Trying Times sold 247,000 copies during the week ended June 21, according to Nielsen SoundScan.”

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