Robin Thicke's 'Paula' Sells Less Than 54 Copies in Australia
Robin Thicke's "Paula", which is his latest attempt to win back his estranged wife Paula Patton, also failed to impress fans in Australia. According to a new report by News.com.au, the R&B singer's latest record didn't even place in the country's Aria top 500 Chart.
A Blondie compilation occupies the 500th spot after selling 54 copies. It means that Thicke's album must have sold less than that. However, it's unclear how many copies have been sold since the exact sales figures are not registered for albums that chart outside of the top 500.
Earlier this week, "Paula" opened at No. 200 on the Official U.K. Chart after selling 530 copies in its first week. It managed to sell better in the U.S. as it bowed at No. 9 on Billboard 200 with 24,000 sold. The album couldn't match its predecessor, 2013's "Blurred Lines", which opened at No. 1 in both charts with 25,981 and 177,000 copies respectively.
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