Beatles legend George Harrison‘s former No. 1 solo album All Things Must Pass has returned to the top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart for the first time in over 50 years.
The album re-entered at No. 7 on the August 21-dated list following its 50th anniversary reissue on August 6.
The album earned 32,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. in the tracking week ending August 12, up 1,401% from about 2,000 in the week previous, according to MRC Data.
The 50th anniversary editions of All Things Must Pass include multiple limited physical and digital configurations featuring session outtakes and jams.
“Since the 50th anniversary stereo mix release of the title track to my father’s legendary All Things Must Pass album in 2020, my dear pal Paul Hicks and I have continued to dig through mountains of tapes to restore and present the rest of this newly remixed and expanded edition of the album you now see and hear before you,” Dhani Harrison, the son of the late Beatles lead guitarist, had previously said.
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