Roxette’s new album, Good Karma was released on 3rd June and so it’s the first week we can see it on the Swedish charts. The record entered at No. 2 on the album charts and at No. 1 on the vinyl charts! Yay! Fantastic news!
Let’s have a look back on Roxette’s studio albums, at which position they entered the Swedish charts. Except for Pearls Of Passion, Charm School and Travelling, all other albums popped up on the album charts at No. 1, all 6 of them keeping the position for several weeks.
Pearls Of Passion
Entered the charts at No. 4 on 19th November 1986. Highest position was No. 2.
Entered the charts at No. 1 on 2nd November 1988.
Entered the charts at No. 1 on 10th April 1991.
Entered the charts at No. 1 on 16th September 1992.
Crash! Boom Bang!
Entered the charts at No. 1 on 15th April 1994.
Have A Nice Day
Entered the charts at No. 1 on 4th March 1999.
Entered the charts at No. 1 on 12th April 2001.
Entered the charts at No. 2 on 18th February 2011. Highest position was No. 2.
Entered the charts at No. 8 on 30th March 2012. Highest position was No. 7.
Now Good Karma put Roxette back on track and who knows, maybe next week it’s at No. 1 not only on the vinyl, but on the album charts as well! Wishing as many top position weeks as possible!
Get the album at a record shop near you or at the following places: Bengans, Ginza, CDON, Amazon, iTunes, Spotify, Deezer.
Update on 17th June 2016: 2nd week on the Swedish album charts: #12; vinyl charts: #5.