Gary Allan’s Set You Free Continues as Top Country Album

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Gary Allan’s Set You Free Continues as Top Country Album

Published on February 09, 2013 by CMT News

Gary Allan
Gary Allan enjoys the view from No. 1 on the Billboard chart for
the second week with his album Set You Free.

But Allan’s “Every
Storm (Runs Out of Rain)”
drops back to No. 2 on the songs chart, elbowed out of the top spot by Jason
Aldean
‘s “The Only Way I Know,” featuring guest vocals by Luke Bryan
and Eric Church.

The week’s new albums are Kris
Kristofferson
‘s Feeling Mortal (No. 22), Blue Sky Riders’ Finally Home (No. 30), Dale
Watson
and His Lonestars’ El Rancho Azul (No. 57) and the various artists collection, True American Country
(No. 65).

Kenny Chesney‘s “Pirate Flag” is the highest-debuting
song, zooming in at No. 22. The other first-timers are Blackberry Smoke‘s
“Pretty Little Lie” (No. 53), Parmalee’s “Carolina” (No. 58) and Tyler Farr’s “Redneck Crazy” (No. 59).

Rounding out
the Top 5 albums array, in descending order, are Taylor Swift‘s Red,
Florida Georgia Line‘s Here’s to the Good Times, Little Big Town‘s Tornado and Carrie
Underwood
‘s Blown Away.

Songs No. 3 through No. 5 are The
Band Perry
‘s “Better Dig Two,” Brad
Paisley
‘s “Southern Comfort Zone” and Tim
McGraw
‘s “One of Those Nights.”

Remember the
Grammys — Sunday (Feb. 10) — on CBS-TV. They’re almost certain to light up the
charts.

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