April 1, 2009

U2 drops on Canadian charts

From jam.canoe.ca

U2's 'Horizon' booted from No. 1
Senior Editor, JAM! Showbiz

-After three straight weeks at No. 1, U2's reign at the top of the Canadian album charts is over.

"No Line on the Horizon" (8,000) was relegated to the No. 3 spot this week, replaced by Quebec artist Ginett Reno, who debuted in first with "Fais-Moi De La Tendresse" (31,000), and the new "Hannah Montana: The Movie" soundtrack (14,000) at No. 3, according to SoundScan data.

The "Twilight" soundtrack moved up two positions to No. 4, while Johnny Reid's "Dance With Me" went the other way, slipping from No. 3 to No. 5.

Ima's "La Vida" sank four notches to No. 6, Lady GaGa's "The Fame" held steady at No. 7., and Beau Dommage's "L'album de Famille" premiered at No. 8.

Rounding out the top 10 was Kelly Clarkson's "All I Ever Wanted" at No. 9, and Mario Pelchat and Michel Legrand's self-titled disc at No. 10.

In the U.S., the compilation "NOW 30" landed in first, followed by "Hannah Montana" in second, the "Twilight" soundtrack in third, Keri Hilson's "In A Perfect World" came in fourth, and Kelly Clarkson in fifth.

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