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The Battle for #1 in the USA is on!

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on March 14, 2013

 

“The toppest top of all the tops”

 

Billboard reports that “On next week's Billboard 200 chart, rock legend David Bowie is in the hunt for his first No. 1 album, while veteran group Bon Jovi could nab its fifth chart-topper.“

Now that balance seems a little unfair, frankly. Bon Jovi already has four number one albums under its belt and while Bowie has had four Top Ten albums on the Billboard chart, that top spot eludes him.

Those four Top Tens might surprise you:

1974 Diamond Dogs #5,

1975 Young Americans #9,

1976 Station to Station #3,

1983 Let's Dance #4.

How nice would it be to read: 2013 The Next Day #1? So come on Bowie fans of the USA, you can do this. Let‘s make The Next Day #1 and the title of Bon Jovi‘s album, What About Now, even more ironic than it already seems. 

Now where did that random The Next Day square come from?

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    14 March 2013
    The Battle for #1 in the USA is on!

     

    “The toppest top of all the tops”

     

    Billboard reports that “On next week's Billboard 200 chart, rock legend David Bowie is in the hunt for his first No. 1 album, while veteran group Bon Jovi could nab its fifth chart-topper.“

    Now that balance seems a little unfair, frankly. Bon Jovi already has four number one albums under its belt and while Bowie has had four Top Ten albums on the Billboard chart, that top spot eludes him.

    Those four Top Tens might surprise you:

    1974 Diamond Dogs #5,

    1975 Young Americans #9,

    1976 Station to Station #3,

    1983 Let's Dance #4.

    How nice would it be to read: 2013 The Next Day #1? So come on Bowie fans of the USA, you can do this. Let‘s make The Next Day #1 and the title of Bon Jovi‘s album, What About Now, even more ironic than it already seems. 

    Now where did that random The Next Day square come from?