Two weeks after release, Bob Dylan’s critically acclaimed new album, Shadows In The Night, has dropped to #22 on the Billboard Top 200 in the U.S., down from its debut at #7.
Sales in the U.S. for the past week total 23,943 copies.
The album sold 49,791 in it’s first week of release, and total sales in the U.S. to date are 83,734.
The album debuted in the Top Ten in 18 countries last week including the U.K., Ireland, Sweden, Norway, Germany, Austria, Italy, Poland and Australia.
The album has received near umiversal accliam from music critics. The album scored a rating of 83 out of 100 at Metacritic, based on 30 reviews from such media as Rolling Stone, the New York Times, Mojo, The Guardian and Pitchfork.
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[I published my novel, True Love Scars, in August of 2014.” Rolling Stone has a great review of my book. Read it here. And Doom & Gloom From The Tomb ran this review which I dig. There’s info about True Love Scars here.]