Sell Not Nothing For Vanessa Carlton’s Sophomore Album

Vanessa Carlton 'Harmonium'

Jim Farber of the New York Daily News profiled some of 2004’s sales disappointments, including Duran Duran and . Though her debut ‘Be Not Nobody’ went platinum in 2002, she was bitten with the sophomore slump on ‘Harmonium’, selling only 107,937 copies to date after a little more than a month in stores.

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6 thoughts on “Sell Not Nothing For Vanessa Carlton’s Sophomore Album

  1. hellahooked says:

    Damn, that’s a shame. “Harmonium” is a good album.

  2. iloveChristinaAguilera says:

    That sucks!!! That is an amazing album!

  3. popdirtisfullofidiots says:

    I’m surprised white houses didn’t do better. it was a damn catchy song. even catchier than that ordinary day one and… well, her other one.

  4. Cabati says:

    WOW. That’s bad. I haven’t heard the album but from what I’ve heard, she’s a talented girl.

  5. JuniorGirl04 says:

    I dislike Vanessa Carlton. Don’t really no why…she just doesn’t do anything for me. I think her new album didn’t go anywhere because it lacked promotion.

  6. DAWORD says:

    If she had more airplay and promotion, she would have bigger sales by now. I think her record company stopped promotion. Hopefully they won’t make that mistake on the second single. If manufactured music can sell, so can singer-songwriter stuff. All that matters is how much is put into promotion, that’s how much comes out. “San Francisco” is a song that I like on her new album.

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