10,000 Days in the charts

According to this post on Toolnavy 10,000 Days is doing pretty well in the charts. Here’s the few of the positions recorded so far:

  • Australia #1
  • New Zealand #1
  • UK #4
  • Germany #3
  • Italy #4
  • Netherlands #1
  • Belgium #2
  • Norway #1
  • Portugal #6

So come on Tool, give those countries that made you number 1 a little extra loving and announce some tour dates.

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vuduchild
14 years ago

Perhaps we miss out on a tour because theres some wine related hijinx going on.

If they were coming (after Japan) it would be announced by now surely. Denied!

Johnny Utah
Johnny Utah
14 years ago

why does the US get no love here? I searched, but cant find the charts on US billboards anywhere. im curious to see if TOOL beat out pearl jam, who suck major a$$ btw.

H.
H.
14 years ago

CHAMPIONSSSSSSSSSSSs

other then the fact that they did australia right before Japan last time, it doesnt look too promising eh?
Am saving to do the entire east coast and adelaide if possible so i hope they hurry n confirm so i can buy buy and send more moneyyyyyyyyyyyyy

CorpseGrindeR
14 years ago

haha , there is no competition in those other countries!

bringitdown
bringitdown
14 years ago

http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/sales/salescht.cgi

#1 in the States – narrowly beating Lateralus numbers

nick richardson
nick richardson
14 years ago

actually 2,000 less that lateralus.

nemesis
nemesis
14 years ago

Herald-Sun:
They fly under the radar, but US rockers Tool are one of the biggest rock bands in the world. Their huge fanbase has caused their new album 10,000 days to debut at No. 1 in Australia with 39,278 copies sold. To put that into perspective, they outsold Pearl Jam (at No. 2 with 14,698 sales) by almost three to one, all without commercial radio play or major promotion. Only a month ago James Blunt was No. 1 on the charts with only 7302 sales. The last album to sell this many in one week was Human Nature, who sold 58,417 the week before Christmas.

Pratax
Pratax
14 years ago

Tool massively outsold Pearl Jam and sold 9k more albums then Lateralus did when it debuted.

http://entertainment.tv.yahoo.com/entnews/eo/20060510/114730398000.html

564,000 first week copies for Tool in the US.

daniel
daniel
14 years ago

in Portugal people buy wine only not cds !
i bought mine only today … i love sober music !

thetomster
thetomster
14 years ago