The multiple formats of NINE INCH NAILS' first-ever live project (the live CD, the deluxe audio edition (2 CDs), the DVD and the VHS), entitled And All That Could Have Been, were all the top Soundscan debuts in their first week of release. The DVD entered the DVD music video chart at #1, and the VHS entered the video chart at #1. Overall, the project ranked top ten at retailers nationwide including: Virgin (#1), Tower (#1), Best Buy, Musicland, Newbury Comics (#1), among others. The “deluxe” CD set sold 33,000 copies and came in at position #26 on the Pop Album chart, while the single live CD sold 28,000 copies, coming in at position #26. Combining those figures and accounting for double-CDs, that makes for 94,000 discs sold, which under normal circumstances, would have made for a #3 debut on the charts, underneath ALAN JACKSON and CREED.
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