Ubuntu One Music Store Top Sellers

Search the Ubuntu One Music Store for these top selling albums and singles. All items listed may not be available for purchase in all regional stores. Sorry about that.

Top albums

  1. Jack Johnson – To The Sea
  2. Gorillaz – Plastic Beach
  3. Ministry of Sound – Chilled Acoustic
  4. The National – High Violet
  5. Zac Brown Band – The Foundation
  6. Train – Save Me, San Francisco
  7. The Rural Alberta Advantage – Hometowns
  8. LCD Soundsystem – This Is Happening
  9. Green Day – International Superhits!
  10. Lady Antebellum – Need You Now

Top singles

  • Jack Johnson – You And Your Heart
  • Train – Hey, Soul Sister
  • Shakira featuring Freshlyground – Waka Waka (This Time for Africa) – It’s the Official World Cup song!
  • Katy Perry – California Gurls (featuring Snoop Dogg)
  • Ke$ha – Your Love Is My Drug

New & Noteworthy

  • Twilight – The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
  • Christina Aguilera – Bionic – A Deluxe Version with 23 songs is available.
  • Devo – Something For Everybody – The guys from Akron, Ohio are back with a new album!
  • Tom Petty & the Heardbreakers – Mojo
  • Sarah McLachlan – Laws of Illusion – Catch her on tour this summer throughout North America.
  • Oasis – Time Flies… 1994-2009 – 27 fantastic songs.
  • Drake – Thank Me Later
  • The Steve Miller Band – BINGO! – Also don’t forget the Steve Miller Band – Greatest Hits: 1974-1978. It’s like Frampton Comes Alive – everyone needs it.
  • Morcheeba – Blood Like Lemonade
  • Wilco – A.M. – Wilco’s first album. Heard this last night at a pizza place and it brought back some great memories :)

13 Responses to “Ubuntu One Music Store Top Sellers”

  1. Jonathan Carter Says:

    Oh no! I can’t get the Gorillaz album in my area :'(

  2. Huygens Says:

    Me too, it seems that the EU store is really “poor”. All of the song/album that could have been of interest for me aren’t in the EU store 🙁
    Most of my favourite artists aren’t on it either, and for those who are, only the oldest album (which I already have) are on sell… The good side of this, there is plenty of room for improvements 😉 the bad side, I have no thing to buy yet (well that can be a good side too for the wallet!)
    I think (like it was said in the previous post in one of the comments) that the stores are missing clever browsing features. The “browse” one is not useful, the search is easier to use. I would have expected that the “browse” button will bring me to an interface where I can choose genres, popularity, albums of the month, etc. The front page has some of this feature, but they are really narrow.
    U1 Music Stores require still lots of improvement before they are really usable. Anyway, they are a really cool initiative, and I’m really happy to have them! We just have to wait some more months so that the stores grow in maturity and usability.

  3. MH Says:

    Please sell to Australasia, and make sure it includes Lady Hawke. Thanks.

  4. Devo Says:

    And the devo-album isn’t there either.

  5. Devo Says:

    I think it depends on the country.

  6. John Says:

    Can you (or someone at Canonical) give contact info at 7digital that would be useful for requesting songs/albums by certain artists? Their metal collection in the UK store seems much better than the US store 🙁

  7. Jason Says:

    I can’t find a ton of ‘major’ artists such as AC/DC. Who can I contact to request carrying these obvious artists?

  8. More Artist & Albums Says:

    7 digital needs more Artists I hope they plan on adding more because I’m loving this thing, works just like crapTunes without the restrictions. Keep up the good work fellas.

  9. Manolis Says:

    I think would be great if Ubuntu has it’s own music library database, with artworks and a universal name tagging solution. MusicBrainz is good but needs too much more attention…

  10. Jamie Says:

    I can’t use this service because the track selection in Canada is soooo poor…:-(

  11. Matt Griffin Says:

    The large music labels and most major artists license their music on a country-by-country basis. We are working to expand with more stores for more countries. In the meantime, some areas will not have access to the more popular songs. As far as AC/DC, I wish we could sell them. In fact, their music isn’t available in any digital music store. Hopefully they or their label will change their minds about digital distribution.

  12. Kim Foder Says:

    I like the idea behind the Ubuntu music store, but as it is now it is unusable for me (I’m on the Europe store).

    If I could I would probably buy most of my music here, but as so many others I cannot find most of the music I want !

  13. Charlee Says:

    Great stuff, you hlpeed me out so much!

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