If you had the highest of hopes for Pray For The Wicked, the new release from Fueled By Ramen’s Panic! At The Disco, then you’ve predicted wisely. The set, which debuted at #1 on iTunes in 39 countries upon release last Friday, will easily top the next Billboard 200 chart update. As of Wednesday morning, three cuts from the release are still in the top 100 on iTunes: radio single “Say Amen (Saturday Night)” (#33), as well as “High Hopes” (#43) and “King Of The Clouds” (#95), which came out prior to the album’s official debut. At Apple Music, the former two titles are still in the top 200 on the all-genre chart, “High” (#165) ahead of “Say” (#174), grabbing solid playlists like The A-List: Alternative and Today’s Hits. The Disco fever is also felt on Spotify and its U.S. chart, where all 11 tunes are still in the top 200. On that tally, “High” (#54) and “Say” (#77) are also leading, though “Hey Look Ma, I Made It” (#95), “Roaring 20s” (#106) and current U.S. Viral entry “Dancing’s Not A Crime” (#119) are also putting up solid numbers. In total, more than 91 million streams have been generated across those 11 songs at the service, with the 100 million mark a few days away. So, don’t be afraid to panic, but just over which cut to stream first! (Images courtesy of Fueled By Ramen, LLC / Wes and Alex)
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