Jimi Hendrix Set For Highest-Charting Album in 44
Seattle guitar legend Jimi Hendrix upcoming
archival album is expected to debut at No.2 on next week's
Billboard 200 chart.
According to industry sources the posthumous album, entitled
'People, Hell and Angels,' could sell
70,000 copies by the end of tracking week on 10th March.
The new Billboard 200 chart's top 10 will be revealed
tomorrow morning (13th March).
If the 12-track album lands at No. 2, it will mark Jimi's
highest-charting album since 1968, when 'Electric
Ladyland' spent two weeks at No. 1.
Each of the previously unreleased tracks on
'People, Hell & Angels' were recorded between
1968 and 1970 and were initially intended for 'First
Rays Of The New Rising Sun,' the follow up to
'Electric Ladyland' that Hendrix was working on
when he died in 1970.
Jimi Hendrix - 'People, Hell
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