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David Bowie’s showing within the American Albums chart may well not rival what he did inside U.K., nevertheless it still pretty impressive to set ten albums within the top 200 including his first # 1 ever.

Blackstar premiers at top rated, bettering his previous best, 2013’s The Next Day which peaked at 2.

Overall, they have ten albums for this weeks Billboard 200:

Blackstar (#1)
Best of Bowie (#4)
The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust as well as the Spiders From Mars (#21)
Hunky Dory (#57)
The Platinum Collection (#65)
Nothing Has Changed (#68)
Let’s Dance (#90)
Aladdin Sane (#134)
Low (#143)
The Next Day (#151)

Bowie has additionally hit the Hot 100 in my ballet shoes since 1997 when I’m Afraid of Americans went along to 66.

Lazarus debuts recently at 40 while Space Oddity returns at 42, Under Pressure with Queen at 45 and Blackstar at 78.

Back around the Albums chart, the soundtrack album for Straight Outta Compton was finally released 2 weeks ago also it debuts at number 39. That’s just two spots under the original N.W.A. album achieved if this was originally released. It has since risen to number 4 this past year.

David Bowie – Lazarus