Chicago is the next stop for the tour- and one of the touchest cities, critically. The one Chicago writer- Jim D something- really has it out for her- and- as expected- doesn't disappoint in his newest write-up.
Chart-wise, the album is almost out of the top 100 in the UK (first time in a while its rankings in the USA and UK are close to each other). It continues to hold up well in Canada (up 18-13 this past week). Per Media Traffic/United World charts, the album has sales of almost 7.13 million from 23 countries or so. (once an album drops out of the United World top 40 chart, its sales aren;t tracked any longer for the purposes of the "all-time" 2001-present list).