Volbeat wrote history in 2017, when the as the first Danish band gave a concert in the Park.
All 48.000 tickets were even sold on the measly six days.
Nothing, however, could indicate that fanskaren not had a good experience in Copenhagen. Very few are in the least interested in ’Lets’s Boogie! Live from Telia the Park’, which as the title suggests, is a concert recording from the sommeraftenen on the.
the Release was launched up for the christmas sales last year, and went directly to albumlistens the first place, but already the week after dumped it down as number 30 and lasted only two weeks in the Top 40.
Although liveplader generally sell worse than the studio album, so doing ’Lets's Boogie! Live from Telia the Park’ is vastly inferior to volbeat'in recent succesalbum, Seal the Deal & let's Boogie'.
It came out in June 2016 and has spent 124 weeks in the Top 40 - the disc holds currently 21. square. It contains the hit single 'forever', which was played extensively during the WORLD cup in handball recently.
Volbeat is currently working on their seventh studio album, which they are expected to deploy later in the year.
The liberal rockkvartet provides yet another Danish stadionkoncert at Ceres Park in Aarhus 29. June. There are still tickets.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's soundtrack to 'A Star Is Born' is, for the fifth week in a row number one on the albums list, while the duo's hit, 'Shallow', spends its second week at the top of the singlecharten.
the Backstreet Boys roar into first place in the UNITED states with the album 'DNA', who must be content with a position as number 31 in Denmark. Boybandets concert at the Royal Arena in copenhagen 8. June is long since sold out.
the Week's highest charting news at home is the rapper XXXTentacions posthumous 'Members Only, Vol. 4' 25. square.
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Volbeat filled the Park, but a few fans apparently want to relive the show at home in the living room. Photo: Finn Frandsen