GUNS N' ROSES' 'Greatest Hits' Tops Irish Chart For Fourth Week In A Row

GUNS N' ROSES' "Greatest Hits" CD continues to defy all odds by extending its reign at the top of the Irish album chart for the fourth week in a row. In Slovenia, "Hits" entered the charts last week at No. 25 and has moved up to No. 2 during its second week of release.

So far, the CD has occupied the top slot on the album chart in the following countries: Austria, Finland, Iceland, Ireland and Norway. It has reached No. 2 in Canada, Italy, New Zealand, Slovenia, Switzerland and the U.K., and it has gotten as high as No. 3 in Sweden and the U.S. In addition, it has registered the following chart positions in other countries around the world: Argentina (No. 4), Denmark (No. 4), Germany (No. 4), Hungary (No. 5), Australia (No. 6), The Netherlands (No. 6), Belgium (No. 7) and Spain (No. 10).

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