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Nirvana collection shatters box-set sales record
The new Nirvana box set, “With the Lights Out,” sold 105,760 copies during its first week in stores, more than doubling the previous SoundScan-era record for box sets sold in a single week, according to Geffen Records.
The three-CD/one-DVD compilation surpassed the mark set in 1998 by Bruce Springsteen’s “Tracks,” which sold 46,516 copies. SoundScan began tracking album purchases in 1991.
“With the Lights Out” also entered this week’s Billboard 200 album chart at No. 19. The collection covers the Seattle band’s entire history, from its 1987 inception to its 1994 demise in the wake of frontman/guitarist Kurt Cobain’s suicide.
The collection sports 81 tracks, 68 of which were previously unreleased.