Simply confirm your registered email address below and click "Reset Password." We will immediately email you a link back to the site where you can enter a new password for this account.
We've found your existing At-Work Network account. Please login below to complete the Facebook login process.
Paul McCartney’s latest album made its debut last week, but the LP was trumped on the U.K. charts by another highly-anticipated release.
According to Billboard, grunge-rock icons Pearl Jam took the spot above Sir Paul, with their 10th studio album Lightning Bolt coming in at No. 2 and McCartney’s New landing at No. 3.
Both were beaten out by 23-year-old UK pop sensation John Newman, whose debut album Tribute won the coveted No. 1 spot.
The latest Billboard Top 200 rankings for the U.S. won’t be out until Wednesday, but it has been widely rumored that Pearl Jam’s Lightning Bolt will come in at No. 1 based on record sales. McCartney is rumored to land somewhere within the Top 5.
Meanwhile, the former Beatles rocker continues on his trek to promote his latest album, with an upcoming star-studded music video for the single “Queenie Eye” on the way, and several Japanese tour dates coming up next month.
New marks McCartney’s first album of all-new material since 2007’s Memory Almost Full.
For more info, head to Billboard.com, and check out Paul McCartney’s official website to find out how to get your copy of the “New” album!