Kid A's reign lasts only a week...

Radiohead‘s reign as undisputed kings of America has ended after only one week, with ‘KID A’ dropping to Number Ten on the new Billboard chart.

Rapper Ja Rule has replaced them at the top with his second album ‘Rule 3:36’ shifting 276,000 copies. Radiohead followed their first week sales of 207,000 with 86,400.

Other new entries in the top 20 include Bob Dylan’s son Jakob band’s The Wallflowers ‘Breach’, Orgy’s ‘Vapor Transmission’ and Rapper E-40 with ‘Loyalty And Betrayal’.


However, despite the sales dip, interest in Radiohead throughout the US remains phenomenally high. Tickets for their show tomorrow (October 20) at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles are still selling for up $800 on the ebay online auction site. A pair were sold a little over a week ago for some $5,200.


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