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Week ending 7/27/13: #1 albums this week in country music history

trace adkins - greatest hits1968: Johnny Cash – Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison (Columbia)

1973: Jeanne Pruett – Satin Sheets (MCA)

1978: Willie Nelson – Stardust (Columbia)

1983: Merle Haggard & Willie Nelson – Pancho & Lefty (Epic)

1988: Reba McEntire – Reba (MCA)

1993: Billy Ray Cyrus – It Won’t Be the Last (Mercury)

1998: Various Artists – Hope Floats: Music from the Motion Picture (Capitol)

2003: Trace Adkins – Greatest Hits Collect, Vol. 1 (Capitol)

2008: Taylor Swift – Taylor Swift (Big Machine)

2013: Florida Georgia Line – Here’s To the Good Times (Republic Nashville)

3 responses to “Week ending 7/27/13: #1 albums this week in country music history

  1. Luckyoldsun July 29, 2013 at 6:53 pm

    I don’t know how many weeks this has been, but funny–I think “It Won’t Be the Last” WAS the last #1 anything that Cyrus ever had.

  2. J.R. Journey July 30, 2013 at 9:30 am

    Cyrus has one more week (8/7) at number one with his sophomore album. And you’re right, he never placed another album or song at the top. His first two albums and his debut single went number one, but there are a handful of top 10 single releases afterwards. Cyrus’ career cooled off as quickly as it heated up in the early 1990s.

    • Luckyoldsun July 30, 2013 at 2:40 pm

      I never figured out why after this album, radio didn’t give his music a chance at all. I listened to a major-market country station and after “Storm In the Heartland” failed, they didn’t play is new singles. I mean, literally–They did not make the mysterious “playlist.”

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