As Panic! at the Disco’s newly released sixth studio album ‘Pray for the Wicked’ celebrates its first month of release, it’s time for an update on the record to date pure sales for the band’s past material.
Debut offering ‘A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out’ (2005) remains their best selling album to date, now standing at 2.22 million pure. It sold another 1,000 copies sold in the week ending July 12.
The group’s third studio album, ‘Vices & Virtues’ (2011), sold another 750 in the week ending July 12. Initially released to mixed reception, ‘Virtues’ debuted with 56,000 and had sold 194,000 copies by January 2016. In the past two and a half years it has more than doubled this total, now standing at 418,000.
‘Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die!’, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 with 84,000 sold, has now sold 591,000 copies.
‘Death of a Bachelor’ (2016), which became the group’s first Billboard 200 #1 album with a career best sales week of 169,000 pure, is now up to 755,000 copies. Meanwhile, their latest album ‘Pray for the Wicked’ cracks 180,000 with another 12,000 sold in the week ending July 12.
Unfortunately, the group’s sophomore album ‘Pretty. Odd.’ (2008) can’t be officially updated. It has sold 422,000 as of early 2011.
Altogether, Panic! at the Disco’s six studio albums have sold a combined 4.6 million pure copies in the United States. That number ticks up slightly when live albums, compilations and extended plays are included.