THE DARKNESS: International Chart Positions Revealed

THE DARKNESS' second album, "One Way Ticket To Hell ... and Back", has entered the national album charts in the following countries:

#11: U.K. (dropped to 34 in second week!)
#20: Ireland
#22: Sweden
#25: New Zealand
#27: Italy
#29: Norway
#32: Germany
#35: Finland
#43: Canada
#44: Austria
#48: Switzerland
#58: USA
#76: Spain
#85: Holland
#132: France

"One Way Ticket to Hell …and Back" is the follow-up to THE DARKNESS' 2003 debut, "Permission to Land", (Must Destroy/Atlantic), which has sold almost 700,000 units in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan. The CD is THE DARKNESS' first release with new bassist Richie Edwards (ex-ONION TRUMP), who replaced Frankie Poullain in June. For the past two years, Edwards has toured extensively with the band as their guitar technician.

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