IPod – Decade’s Top Music Moment

IPod Named Decade’s Top Music Moment
Apple‘s introduction of the iPod in 2001 was named Billboard‘s top music moment of the decade. Other moments making the top 10 included the death of Michael Jackson in 2009, the launch of “American Idol” in 2002, the introduction of YouTube in 2005, and Led Zeppelin’s reunion concert in 2007. (12/29)

James Blunt Tops UK Decade Album Chart
James Blunt‘s Back To Bedlam (2004) was the decade’s top-selling album in the UK with sales of 3.1 million copies as of 2008, besting Dido’s No Angel (1999), according to the Official Charts Company. Amy Winehouse’s Back To Black (2006) was No. 3, followed by Leona Lewis’ Spirit (2007) and David Gray’s White Ladder (1998). (12/29)

Music Video Games Sales Decline In 2009
Sales of music video games will total $700 million in 2009, down 50 percent from sales of $1.4 million in 2008, according to a Wedbush Morgan Securities report based on data from NPD Group. The projected decline is due to sales of new high-profile releases not meeting forecasted sales expectations. “The Beatles: Rock Band,” which has sold 800,000 units, failed to meet first-month sales forecasts of 1 million units; “Guitar Hero 5″ sold 500,000 units in its first month compared to “Guitar Hero III,” which sold 1.4 million units in its first month in 2007; and “DJ Hero”‘s sales of 123,000 units in its first days of release led analysts to cut their yearly sales forecast from 1.6 million units to 600,000 units. (12/29)

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