Big Time Rush, ‘Man of Steel’ Soundtrack Heading for Top 10 on Billboard 200

Big Time Rush and the “Man of Steel” soundtrack are heading for top 10 debuts on the Billboard 200 albums chart next week.

Industry sources suggest Big Time Rush’s new “24/Seven” album could sell around 45,000 copies by the end of the tracking week on June 16. The “Man of Steel” soundtrack — an instrumental score album by Hans Zimmer — might move around 30,000.

The new Billboard 200 chart’s top 10 will be revealed on the morning of June 19.

A start of 45,000 would be the vocal quartet’s smallest debut so far. Big Time Rush’s last release, 2011’s “Elevate,” moved 70,000 in its first week, for a No. 12 entry, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Before that, their “BTR” debut in 2010 moved 67,000 in its opening frame (a No. 3 bow).

Big Time Rush’s “24/Seven” might debut at No. 3 on next week’s chart, behind the likely new No. 1, Black Sabbath’s “13.” The latter title is set for a start of around 120,000, securing the band’s first No. 1 and its best sales week in the SoundScan era (1991-present). Read the rest of this article here…

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