In all, ZZ Top’s catalog was streamed 12.7 million periods in the U.S. July 30-Aug. 5, up 20% from July 23-29. The group also accrued 14,000 electronic downloads of its music (up 29%) and 8,000 in album revenue (an 82% increase). Greatest hits package deal Goin’ 50 enters Tough Rock Albums at No. 5 with 8,400 models acquired, up 409%. It commences at No. 20 on Prime Rock Albums and No. 129 on the all-format Billboard 200.
ZZ Top’s Aug. 14 chart roundup follows 10 of its titles possessing hit the Aug. 7 LyricFind U.S. tally, led by 1986’s “Tough Boy” at No. 1. (The LyricFind International and LyricFind U.S. charts rank the quickest momentum-gaining tracks in lyric-lookup queries and usages globally and in the U.S., respectively, offered by LyricFind. The World-wide chart involves queries from all nations, such as the U.S. The corporation is the world’s chief in licensed lyrics, with information presented by extra than 5,000 publishers and used by much more than 100 expert services, like Amazon, Pandora, Deezer, Microsoft, SoundHound and iHeartRadio. The monitoring period runs Mondays to Sundays.)
In accordance to LyricFind, “Rough Boy” attained by 2,423% in U.S. lyric usages/lookups following Hill’s passing (as reflected on the Aug. 7 U.S. chart), followed by “Tush” at No. 4, up 1,847%.
Hill died July 28 at age 72, with the bring about not still announced. He experienced not long ago bowed out of ZZ Top’s latest tour to pursue actual physical therapy for persistent bursitis.
Vocalist/guitarist Billy Gibbons formed the team in Houston in 1969 and for 51 many years it comprised Gibbons, Hill and drummer Frank Beard. The band charted the Billboard Scorching 100 best 10s “Legs” and “Sleeping Bag,” which strike No. 8 in 1984 and 1985, respectively. On the Billboard 200, ZZ Major boasts 7 prime 10s, from Tres Hombres in 1974 via La Futura in 2012.