July 20, 2024

It’s not unusual for legacy musical acts to continue to chart in America with some of their most popular releases. Plenty of well-known names–especially in the rock world–are able to keep a special project on the weekly Billboard rankings, as fans continue to stream certain beloved titles.

While that type of performance isn’t necessarily odd when looking at the best of the best, one rock group is enjoying a particularly impressive period on the charts.

Black Sabbath is performing better than they have in a long time as they find their way back in a major way to several rankings–and with more than one collection.

The hard rockers see two different titles find space on the Billboard charts in America this week. Notably, both live on more than one ranking this time around…and one of them even reaches a trio of competitive lists.

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Black Sabbath’s new box set Anno Domini: 1989-1995 is the big winner of the week for the band. The title debuts on three charts, even managing to bring the rockers back to the highest reaches of one of them.

Anno Domini: 1989-1995 opens at No. 10 on the Top Album Sales chart this week. It marks only the third visit to the highest tier for Black Sabbath.

The same collection is also new to both the Vinyl Albums and Top Hard Rock Albums charts. On the former, it misses out on the top 10 by just a single space. On the genre-specific roster, it opens at No. 15.

As Anno Domini: 1989-1995 succeeds upon its arrival, the album that made the band famous is back. Black Sabbath’s self-titled debut also manages to return to a pair of lists, reaching a new peak on both of them simultaneously.

Black Sabbath blasts back onto the Top Album Sales chart at No. 23 this time around. It also outperforms Anno Domini: 1989-1995 on the Vinyl Albums list, where it reappears in a new peak position of No. 6.

Madame Web star Emma Roberts has a theory about why the Marvel superhero movie was a box office flop—and it has to do with the internet.

A Sony Pictures Entertainment release unrelated to Disney’s Marvel Cinematic Universe, Madame Web stars Dakota Johnson as Cassandra “Cassie” Webb, a paramedic who suddenly gains the power of clairvoyance after nearly drowning in a freak accident.

Roberts stars in a supporting role in Madame Web as Mary Parker, the pregnant sister-in-law of Cassie’s paramedic partner Ben Parker (Adam Scott). Cassie relies on Mary to help protect Julia (Sydney Sweeney), Mattie (Celeste O’Connor) and Ayna (Isabela Merced)—a trio of teen girls wanted dead by the villainous Ezekiel Sims (Tahar Rahim).

However, when Mary goes into early labor and needs to go to the hospital, Ezekiel uses advanced technology to learn of the teens’ whereabouts.

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