Pink Floyd Live LP Tops Internet Album Sales Chart

Is There Anybody Out There: The Wall: Live 1980–81 only ranked #19 on regular Billboard chart.

British rock veterans Pink Floyd's new live album may have only landed at #19 in the brick-and-mortar world, but it was the best-selling album on the Internet last week, according to SoundScan data released Wednesday (April 26).

The album, Is There Anybody Out There: The Wall: Live 1980–81, which includes two previously unreleased tracks, "What Shall We Do Now" and "The Last Few Bricks," sold 1,157 copies online.

And while singer/songwriter Elliott Smith's Figure 8 debuted at #99 offline, it will appear at #7 on the Billboard chart of Internet album sales, as compiled by SoundScan. The album, which includes the single "Son of Sam" (RealAudio excerpt), sold 483 copies on the Net.

Making up the rest of the top 10 are: No Doubt's Return of Saturn at #2, 'N Sync's No Strings Attached at #3, Joe's My Name Is Joe at

#4, Santana's Supernatural at #5, Vince Gill's Let's Make Sure We Kiss Goodbye at #6, Steely Dan's Two Against Nature at #8, Macy Gray's On How Life Is at #9, and Creed's Human Clay at #10.

SoundScan compiles its Internet sales data based on reports from online retailers.

(This story was updated at 1:39 a.m. EDT Wednesday, April 26, 2000.)