Plus: Billie Eilish’s title music bows on World Excluding U.S. chart.
The soundtrack to the most recent James Bond movie, No Time to Die, makes a splash on Billboard’s charts, because the set debuts at No. 1 on each the general Classical Albums chart and the Classical Crossover Albums tally, in addition to beginning at No. 7 on the Soundtracks chart (all dated Oct. 16). Plus, Billie Eilish’s title observe debuts on the Billboard World Excluding U.S. chart.
The No Time to Die album earned 5,000 equal album models within the U.S. within the week ending Oct. 7, in keeping with MRC Knowledge. Of that sum, conventional album gross sales comprise practically 4,000.
The companion album to the movie of the identical identify was launched on Oct. 1, one week earlier than the film arrived in U.S. and Canadian film theaters. (The movie bowed in lots of territories on Sept. 30, together with the UK.) No Time to Die was initially slated to premiere within the spring of 2020, however its launch was delayed following the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.