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Whitney sales explosion

NOTHING SELLS RECORDS LIKE DEATH: As for the posthumous Houston sales explosion in general, 91k digital albums plus another 10k CDswere sold in the 24 hours following her death, according to SoundScan, along with 887k tracks. Compared with the week before she died, Houston’s digital album sales increased more than 17,000%, sales of the greatest hits collection jumped by more than 10,000% and digital track downloads were up 5,730%, the L.A. Times pointed out. Before her death, “I Will Always Love You” got 134 spins at radio; now, you can’t get away from it on radio or TV. (2/15a)

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