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News: NPR: How Much of the Music Industry is Resting on Taylor Swift's Shoulders?
Posted on Saturday, October 23, 2010 @ 08:42:48 UTC
Topic: Major Artists

Let the games begin. With the release date for Taylor Swift's third album, Speak Now, less than a week away, music industry odds-makers have started guessing just how many copies young Taylor may sell. It's not just gamesmanship; Swift sold more albums than any other artist in 2008, and her album Fearless sold more than any other in 2009 (only Michael Jackson's catalog sold in higher numbers). Swift's sales history is strong enough that even in 2010's weak sales climate, speculation that Speak Now may be the last album ever to sell more than one million copies in its first week seems only faintly ridiculous. Complete Article





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