It’s been a damn long wait for a No Doubt album– but could it have been too long? Despite the fact that there’s been a ton of hype surrounding the new No Doubt album, it looks like their fans may have moved on to a band that hasn’t left them hanging for so long.
Their first album in ten years, Push & Shove, is only expected to make $120, 000 in sales this week. In today’s music world that’s not a bad debut, but it’s pretty small when being compared to the new Mumford & Son’s Babel.
The sophomore album from the hipster favorites didn’t just do well with their first week sales– they’re expected to surpassed half a MILLION. Exactly how much is Billboard reporting that Babel is going to rake in? Between $575,000 and $625,000. That’s a HUGE release for a relativity new act!
Despite their dismal debut, No Doubt are saying they’re still proud of the record and can’t wait to tour for it.
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