2019 American Music Awards

Super Junior Return to Top 10 of World Albums Chart With 'Time_Slip'

Courtesy of SM Entertainment
Super Junior

The veteran K-pop act also lands two new entires on World Digital Song Sales.

Super Junior's Time_Slip: The 9th Album arrives at No. 9 on Billboard's World Albums chart with the LP marking the K-pop boy band's return to the Top 10 of the tally. The new release sold 1,000 copies in the week ending Oct. 18, according to Nielsen Music.

Time_Slip is the band's sixth entry on World Albums, all of which have peaked inside the Top 10. The group first appeared with Mr. Simple in 2011 (which peaked No. 3), followed by Sexy, Free & Single a year later (which also peaked No. 3), before finally hitting No. 1 with Mamacita in 2014. The guys also sent their Play album to the charts in 2017 (hitting No. 3) as well as its Replay repackage EP a year later (which hit No. 2). Super Junior's best-selling album in America is Mr. Simple, which has sold 5,000 copies to date, according to Nielsen Music.

Super Junior also score two new entries on World Digital Song Sales chart this week as songs "I Think I" and "Super Clap" bow at Nos. 19 and 20, respectively.

In the past, SuJu have peaked as high as No. 2 on the chart, in 2011 (with "A-Cha") as well as in 2018 (with their "Lo Siento" collaboration with Leslie Grace and Play-N-Skillz). The group's best-selling song in America to date is "Mr. Simple" which has sold 48,000 downloads sold in the U.S., per Nielsen Music.

Check out Super Junior's new music videos below:

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