Luke says he thinks the new tunes work well on the compilation
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Luke Bryan's latest Spring Break release just might bring him his first Billboard 200 number one.
This year's project is a little different than his previous Spring Break sets. The 14-song Spring Break...Here To Party features cuts from Bryan's earlier Spring Break EPs along with a couple of other tracks. Luke says he thinks the new tunes work well on the compilation.
Luke is now seeing just how much the fans like it. Billboard.com says Spring Break...Here To Party could sell just over 100-thousand copies in its first week out to debut at number one on the all-genre chart - which would be his first time topping the list.
Bryan scored his first number one album on the country chart with his last release, 2011's Tailgates & Tanlines, which peaked at number two on the Billboard 200. His first two albums, 2007's I'll Stay Me and Doin' My Thing, both stalled out at number two on the country chart. Doin' My Thing went to number six on the Billboard 200, but I'll Stay Me didn't crack the top ten.