Britney Spears Drops Two Spots In Album Charts According to hitsdailydouble.com, Britney Spears’ ‘In The Zone’ will come in at #3 this week, selling 250,000 units. It falls behind JayZ’s ‘The Black Album’ at #2, and No Doubt’s ‘The Singles’, which debuted at #1 with 279,000 units sold. December 3, 2003 Jeff C Music Charts 7 Comments Britney Spears «Britney Spears In The Zone Tour 2004‘In The Zone’, A First Week Flop… I Don’t Think So» Related NewsSuccess For Britney Spears Yet AgainThe Truth About ‘In The Zone’s’ Poor SalesBritney Spears: So Many Accomplishments, One Of The Best Popstar’s Of Our TimeBritney Spears Tops U.S. Album ChartsBritney Spears’ Sales Empire Has Fallen 7 thoughts on “Britney Spears Drops Two Spots In Album Charts” hellahooked says: December 4, 2003 at 1:45 amThat’s still pretty good and very close.. damn.. she just missed out. Anyways, Good Job! :) amusicfanofsoul says: December 4, 2003 at 2:46 am250,000 units… I thought it was 609,000. wait don’t they always make that number shorter than original sales. getalifeyall says: December 4, 2003 at 4:46 amWhats interesting is if you look at the movie box office here in America, all the movies in the top 10 didn’t make that much money. Obviously Americans chose to spend their time with their family on Thanksgiving instead of spending their money on CD’s or movies. I mean congrats to No Doubt and all because I love them and got their CD too, but they didn’t sell a whole lot of CD’s to debut at #1. It was just an off week. Next week will pick up, especially for Britney, seeing as how more people here will have money and more reason to guy buy things. A lot of people want the Britney CD for Xmas. weebongo says: December 4, 2003 at 5:47 amThat puts Britney’s ‘In the Zone’ at 855,000 copies sold. Her sales will most likely get a nice boost with Christmas coming. This will be her only significant drop till after the holidays. JLOVER101 says: December 4, 2003 at 6:47 amActually last year there were a lot of major releases the week of Thanksgiving which sold very well. I believe Shania’s album was released that week and sold a ridiculous amount of copies. I honestly think online piracy has a lot more to do with the decline of both the music and movie industry rather than the fact that people had better things to do, because on Black Friday alone there was potential to sell a lot more albums then were sold. myhead says: December 4, 2003 at 8:48 amIt was good to see Norah Jones and Beyonce had an increase in sales after being out for a while. Does anyone know how many units have been sold for Beyonce’s solo album to date? hellahooked says: December 4, 2003 at 10:49 amYeah, that’s good. Well, I don’t know exactly but someone told me that it’s passed the 3 million mark.. I’d say around 4 million in the USLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.