Rock Pasta Reviews: Why Bon Jovi’s “This House Is Not For Sale” Declined In The Charts

Well Played, Bon Jovi!

Recently, Bon Jovi shocked everyone by returning to the No.1 spot on the Billboard 200 with their recent album, “This House is Not For Sale.”

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Well, we’re no stranger to seeing a band, who are in fact popular even today, topping the album charts for all-genre.

But now, sad to say, in just a week after the said album was doing well in the top spot, it’s falling off the Billboard 200 entirely. It’s the first time we’ve heard something like this, falling from the top all the way to No.169 just a week later. Though they did experience a history-making returning from the top when it first claimed the spot on the Billboard 200 back in late 2016, and now “This House is Not For Sale” also holds the record for the biggest drop from No.1 all the way down to No.169.

Well, I guess for earning the top spot just by selling the album through a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with the band’s upcoming arena tour, it’s not surprising at all. It seems like these days you can just earn the No.1 spot in a week and the next you’ll just fall down to No.169. Seems pretty odd right?

But at least they will get inducted into the “Rock N’ Roll Hall Of Fame.” So, I guess, there’s nothing to worry.

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