Jimi Hendrix’s ‘People, Hell and Angels’ Marks Highest Album Debut Since 1969
People, Hell and Angels, the final studio album from guitarist Jimi Hendrix, has sold 72,000 copies and made its debut at Number Two this week, marking his highest-charting album since 1969.
Despite the album only reaching Number Five on the iTunes Top Albums chart, with Luke Bryan’s Spring Break . . . Here to Party, Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ The Heist, and Bruno Mars’ Unorthodox Jukebox, a majority of sales have come from physical CD purchases as fans have actually gone to stores to support the diseased rock legend.