As expected, Daft Punk rose to the top of Billboard's Top 200 chart with their first week sales for Random Access Memories. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the Parisian duo sold approximately 339,000 copies during its first week on shelves, making it the first dance album to move more than 250,000 units in a week since Madonna's MDNA. It looks like the robots win again. In related news, French Montana's debut album Excuse My French came in at the number six slot on the same chart by moving 49,775 units in its first week. Congratulations to both artists on their success.
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