Gary Graff of Billboard reports: To date, BUCKCHERRY's "15" has sold more than 1.1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, more than 48,000 of them digital. That's 20% better than the combined total of BUCKCHERRY's two previous albums, 1999's self-titled debut and 2001's "Time Bomb"."Crazy Bitch", a riff-driven, F-bomb-laden rock anthem that celebrates a woman's sexuality in the tradition of MTLEY CRE's "Girls, Girls, Girls", has sold more than 1.2 million digital copies and nearly 1.6 million ringtones. It was also the No. 8-selling ringtone of 2007 and scored a Grammy nomination for best hard rock performance. Strippers loved it. "It became a song every dancer wanted to dance to," BUCKCHERRY frontman Josh Todd says, acknowledging he witnessed some of their appreciation firsthand. Read the entire article at www.reuters.com.
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