After a long, busy post-Grammy sales week, we see that Maroon 5 got their advantages and disadvantages from the whole ordeal. The band's 2012 studio album met it's fifth week in the top 10 on the U.S. Billboard 200 albums chart this week jumping 20-10 on the tally. The album gained in over 90,000 copies sold in the past week since Maroon 5 set their price at less than seven dollars on iTunes and Amazon. However, Maroon 5's No. 7 peaking single "Daylight" fell off the top 10 this week, descending 7-13 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart after spending its first week in the top ten.
On other chart notes, Maroon 5's fourth CD, Overexposed moves up 56-47 on the Canadian Albums chart, re-enter the Official U.K. Albums chart at No. 197, and climbs up ten spots from 14-4 on the Billboard Digital Albums chart.
For Maroon 5's newest single "Daylight", the single falls 7-15 on the Billboard Digital Songs chart (after also spending its first week in the top 10), jumps 9-7 on the Billboard Radio Songs chart, meeting a new peak position, climbs 9-6 on the Billboard Pop Songs chart, and moves up from Nos. 8-6 on the Adult Pop Songs chart this week.
The band's former 9 week No. 1 chart topping single "One More Night" continues to barrel role off of some charts. This week, "Night" falls a major 21-34 on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart, re-enters the Digital Songs chart at No. 34, falls a spot from 14-15 on the Billboard Radio Songs chart, descends a spot from 2-3 on the Adult Contemporary Songs chart, and falls 22-24 on the Adult Pop Songs chart.
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