Counting Down the Top Six Religious Albums of the Week

#6

A big jump for little Lowell Mason this week, in at #6 up from #15 last week.

#5

The mass publicity garnered when Mama Genets was rushed to hospital with another Tums overdose helps the trendy trio hold at #5 this week.

#4

Leaping into the Top Ten from #24 last week, Benny, Nola and Nola’s perpetual bad-hair-day earn them #4 this week. (There is a rumour going around the Internet that even God doesn’t understand Nola’s hairstyle! What if that’s true?!)

#3

Bunnies and bears all under the same hairdo. Li’l’s campaign to put the yeast back in Easter fizzled but he’d still beloved among his numerous shut-in fans who order his albums through the mail. He’s climbing the Top Ten, up from 7 last week.

#2

 The power of wishful thinking comes through loud and clear in Ira’s new release which debuts at #2 this week. He’s touched a nerve or two.

#1

Long known for having a feel for their audience and still holding on at #1 for an astonishing 69 weeks, The Fab Four, The Ministers Quartet and their quadruple platinum classic Let Me Touch Him.

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One response to “Counting Down the Top Six Religious Albums of the Week

  1. iRA nORTH

    6 THUMBS WAY UP !

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