Tuesday, January 23, 2007

'Playing With Fire' Has Sold 16,000 So Far

Q. Kevin Federline released his album, "Playing With Fire," in Oct. 2006 while Britney Spears had no new releases in 2006. I was wondering if any of Spears' albums outsold Ferderline's over the whole year, even though his was a new release?

Steven Gales, Mich

A. Hi Steven,In 2006, Britney Spears' albums sold 461,000. That figure includes four studio albums, a greatest hits, a remix album and her "Chaotic" CD/DVD. Kevin Federline's "Playing With Fire" has sold 16,000 so far.

Source:Billboard.com

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Anonymous said...

if that cd sold 16k copies, by industry standards that album is still a flop...if he sold those cds at a flea market or out of his truck, well...



the conspiracy theorist

Anonymous said...

That's actually a good point conspiracy theorist, any he sold "at a flea market or out of his truck", or at performances or musictoday.com, they would not be counted in 16k soundscan number. And of course that number is only for the US.

Not saying it did great, but it's not quite as bad as people say.

Coach said...

I want buy it, but I'm in China. There's no Kevin's CD sold here.

I still support Kevin!

Catie said...

I'm from Poland and I can't buy his CD there too :( But I love Kevin and I will buy his album if I find it somewhere. /sorry for my english ;p/

Anonymous said...

16,000 is horrible..what are you talking about? Not as bad as people said? Yes, it's just as bad as people said.

Anonymous said...

16,000 copies, not bad after all the bad press he was getting and the nasty media attack after the the filing of the divorce.

Good for you Kev, nothing wrong with starting from the bottom and working your way up, this is all a start, things can only get better with work.

Kelly.

Anonymous said...

I want buy it, but I'm in China. There's no Kevin's CD sold here.


You won't see "Playing with Fire" pirated by the Chinese, as it is worth less than a blank CD.