“Break The Spell” Returns To (#1) Album For Daughtry On 10-Year Anniversary

Daughtry celebrate the 10-year anniversary of their third album, “Break The Spell”, in style this week as it moves from (#3) to (#1) on the Vault Albums Chart. The album originally spent nine weeks on top so that means “Break The Spell” hits ten weeks on top of Byrdbored. If the album continues a run in the Vault Byrdy Dozen, it could become Daughtry’s third Diamond certified album. That would tie Daughtry with Keith Urban for second place with the most Diamond certified albums behind only Def Leppard with four.

OneRepublic move to a new peak at (#2) with their 2013 album, “Native”, which includes the (#1) Vault song, “Love Runs Out”, for a second week. After three weeks on top, “Restless Heart”, by Whitesnake drops to (#3) followed by Jason Aldean’s “Night Train” at (#4) and Carrie Underwood’s “Blown Away” at (#5).

Carrie Underwood actually has one of the better weeks for an artist in recent memory scoring five albums in the Vault Byrdy Dozen. “Blown Away” hits (#5), “Play On” moves from (#23) to (#7), “Carnival Ride” sits at (#8) followed by “Storyteller” at (#9) and her debut album, “Some Hearts”, leaps from (#16) to (#11). Underwood is part of the (#1) SongByrd 60 hit (along with Jason Aldean), “If I Didn’t Love You”, which has definitely spiked some interest in her past music. Underwood is also at (#5) on the SongByrd 60 Artists Chart.

On the Vault SongByrd 60 Singles Chart, OneRepublic spend a second week at (#1) with “Love Runs Out”. The recently certified Platinum hit caught fire last week to re-enter the Byrdy Dozen on top. OneRepublic continue to have a very respectable end to 2021 scoring hit songs and albums on all Byrdbored charts along with currently residing at (#3) on the SongByrd 60 Artists Chart.

At (#2) is Carrie Underwood’s 2009 hit, “Cowboy Casanova”, which originally hit (#1) on Byrdbored. With all of Underwood’s music receiving plays recently, “Cowboy Casanova” is the big winner this week blasting from (#31) to (#2). The hit takes over the top Vault Country song from Jason Aldean’s “Johnny Cash” which drops from (#5) to (#8) on the Vault SongByrd 60.

Lenny Kravitz moves back up one notch to (#3) with “Are You Gonna Go My Way” followed by For King & Country’s “God Only Knows” at (#4). John Mayer’s “Assassin” moves up one slot to (#5) to give him his 17th top five in Byrdbored history.

Darius Rucker re-enters the Byrdy Dozen with “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It” jumping from (#15) to (#7). The hit originally peaked at (#8) in 2008. Rucker has received tons of interest in his past solo catalog including his debut solo Country album, “Learn To Live”, which hit (#1) on the Vault Albums Chart. The album includes both “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It” and his (#2) Vault song, “History In The Making”. “Learn To Live” currently sits at (#6) on the Vault Albums Chart and has been certified 2x Platinum.

George Strait scores his 11th Byrdy Dozen as “You Look So Good In Love” blasts from (#24) to (#9). Strait’s early 1980’s music has been making major impact over the last two years on the Vault charts since many of his albums were never listened to during that time. Strait’s “The Cowboy Rides Away” is one of the front-runners for Vault Country Song of the Year.

Another Country star is finally making some impact on Byrdbored. Thomas Rhett hasn’t had any hits, but with his latest single release, “Slow Down Summer”, climbing the SongByrd 60 to (#29) things are changing. One of Rhett’s early Country radio hits, “It Goes Like This”, debuts on Byrdbored at (#10) on the Vault SongByrd 60, and he officially scores his first Byrdy Dozen hit.

(For the week ending November 20, 2021)

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