Bruce Springsteen High Hopes Set For A US No 1 Debut

Bruce Springsteen ‘High Hopes’ will dethrone the Frozen soundtrack from the top of the US chart later this week.

Springsteen’s ‘High Hopes’ has sold around 102,000 units in the past week in America, according to, securing its top spot on the chart.

Disney’s ‘Frozen’ soundtrack spent two weeks at the top of the American chart in the past week, outselling the higher profile ‘Beyonce’.

Other debuts this week include Kidz Bop Kids ‘Kidz Bop 25’, Jennifer Nettles ‘That Girl’ and Switchfoot ‘Fading West’ in the Top 10.

Roseanne Cash ‘The River & The Thread’ and Jon Pardi ‘Write You A Song’ is expected to enter the Top 20.

Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings ‘Give The People What They Want’, Elevator Worship ‘Only King Forever’, Cody Johnson ‘Cowboy Like Me’ and Home Free ‘Crazy Life’ will also debut in the Top 40.

Bruce Springsteen 2014 New Zealand dates

March 1,  Mt Smart Stadium
March 2, Mt Smart Stadium
(tickets via Ticketmaster)