Phish Fuego Earns Number Seven Slot On Billboard Charts

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One day after opening their summer tour, the members of Phish woke up to good news as Fuego has netted the group their highest charting studio album since Billy Breathes in 1996, according to Billboard.

Fuego earned the #7 slot on this week’s Billboard Top 200 chart after selling 32,000 copies in its first week of release. Billboard mentions that Fuego’s chart position is tied for the highest in Phish history with Billy Breathes. Phish last hit the Top Ten in 1998 with The Story Of The Ghost (#8). The group’s last album, Joy, debuted and peaked at #13 in 2009.