Garth Brooks is back at the top of the chart.
Billboard.com says his new box set, Blame It All On My Roots, is opening at number one on the Country Albums chart, with 164,000 copies sold in just four days. It's debuting on the all-genre BIllboard 200 at number three.
The eight-disc set was released on Thanksgiving Day exclusively through Walmart, to coincide with Black Friday and his CBS TV special. Brooks is also bumping the "Duck Dynasty" album, Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas, out of the number one spot, capping its chart-topping run at four weeks.
However, "Duck The Halls" did see a significant increase in sales. The album had its biggest sales week yet at 137,000 - up 127% over the previous week. It's following Brooks on the Billboard 200 at number four.
Kelly Clarkson's holiday album and Luke Bryan's latest release also benefited from special sales. Clarkson's Wrapped in Red sold 131,000 copies, up 195%, to climb back to the number six spot on the Billboard 200.
And Bryan's Crash My Party is crashing back into the top ten. Last week's sales of 109,000 marks a 318% increase, and puts it at number eight.
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