Bruce Springsteen earns 22nd top 10 record with 'Only the Strong Survive'

Bruce Springsteen has another hit record. The Boss moved 39,500 copies of his new covers album, Only the Strong Survive, to debut at eight on the Billboard 200 Albums chart. Of those albums moved, 36,500 were in traditional album sales.

Only the Strong Survive is now Bruce's 22nd top 10 record, landing him at eight for the most top 10 albums and at six for the most among solo artists. The Rolling Stones currently have the most, with 37, followed by Barbra Streisand with 34, and The Beatles and Frank Sinatra, with 32.

Only the Strong Survive has Bruce covering some of his favorite soul songs, including "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)," "Nightshift," "Don't Play That Song" and more. He recently told Rolling Stone that a second volume of covers is on the way and that he has about "three-quarters" of it recorded.

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