Adam Lambert’s ‘For Your Entertainment’ Re-emerges on Finnish Album Chart

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More than a year and a half after its debut, Adam Lambert’s For Your Entertainment album has re-emerged on the Finnish album chart this week at #26. The last time the album was seen on this chart was in March, when it placed at #50. His debut album has been on the Finnish chart for a total of 44 weeks, with the highest ranking at #4.

It is unknown why the album has shown up back on the Finnish chart. One reason could be the fact that Adam has received quite a bit of media attention in Finland lately. This is a result of him currently dating Finnish Big Brother 2007 winner Sauli Koskinen.

Prior to dating one of Finland’s own celebrities, Adam made quite a name for himself in the country. His Glam Nation concert sold out in Helsinki, and his album has gone gold in Finland. In addition, Adam was honored with a nomination for the Finnish 2011 EMMA Awards for the international category Artist of the Year 2011.

Adam’s singles have also been quite successful in Finland. His hit Whataya Want From Me was on the Finnish singles chart for 16 weeks, peaking at #2, and If I Had You was on the chart for 14 weeks, peaking at #9. Adam’s first single, For Your Entertainment, was on the Finnish chart for 14 weeks, peaking at #9. In addition, Finland is the first country in which Adam’s single Aftermath was released on the radio. Another of Adam’s international singles, Sleepwalker, is currently ranked #9 on Finland radio’s NRJ Top 10 chart.

The re-emergence of Adam’s debut album on the Finnish charts comes just a few months before he is set to release his sophomore album, which has been rumored to occur in November. What do you think about Adam’s album making a comeback on the Finnish charts?

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