All seven of Urban's Top Country Albums No. 1s have debuted in the penthouse. His last LP, Graffiti U, began atop the survey in May 2018 with 145,000 units (137,000 in album sales). His prior leaders and their first-week sales: Ripcord (93,000, 2016); Fuse (98,000, 2013); Defying Gravity (172,000, 2009); Love, Pain & The Whole Crazy Thing (270,000, 2006); and Be Here (148,000, 2004).
Urban's new set has produced three singles so far: "We Were" reached No. 4 on Country Airplay in November 2019 and No. 7 on the airplay-, streaming- and sales-based Hot Country Songs chart the following month, while "God Whispered Your Name" hit No. 8 on Country Airplay earlier this month after it reached No. 13 on Hot Country Songs in July.
Latest single "One Too Many," with P!nk, which the pair premiered Sept. 16 on the Academy of Country Music Awards (hosted by Urban), flies 41-14 in its second week on Hot Country Songs. It drew 5.2 million U.S. streams and sold 15,000 downloads in its first full tracking week. On Country Digital Song Sales, it ascends 2-1, marking Urban's fourth No. 1 and P!nk's second.
The track also debuts at No. 47 on Country Airplay, with 1.3 million audience impressions.