As long as there is snow, there will be the Frozen soundtrack atop the Billboard 200 it seems, Grammy winners and performers be damned. The Disney album racks up a fourth (non-consecutive) week at #1 and another 94,000 copies sold, bringing its grand total to 863,000. The movie’s box office receipts currently stand at $360 million, which is more than double the animated feature’s $150 million budget. Bottom line: There are big bucks to be had with timely, icy silver screen fare.
Predictably, the 2014 Grammy Nominees compilation (87,000) sticks around in the runner-up position following the award show’s broadcast, while winners Lorde (#3), Bruno Mars (#7) and Daft Punk (#10) all jump up on the chart.
See how the full Top 10 played out below.
The Top 10 Of The Billboard 200 Chart
1. Soundtrack, Frozen *4 weeks*
2. Various, 2014 Grammy Nominees
3. Lorde, Pure Heroine
4. Of Mice & Men, Restoring Force *new*
5. Beyonce, Beyonce
6. Casting Crowns, Thrive *new*
7. Bruno Mars, Unorthodox Jukebox
8. Imagine Dragons, Night Visions
9. Katy Perry, Prism
10. Daft Punk, Random Access Memories
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