Reba McEntire’s new triple-album Revived Remixed Revisited enters multiple Billboard charts (dated Oct. 23), including at No. 8 on the all-genre Top Album Sales tally (8,000 sold, according to MRC Data) and No. 12 on Top Country Albums (9,000 equivalent album units).
McEntire adds her 12th Top Album Sales top 10, dating to the chart’s 1991 inception.
The set breaks down as such: For Revived, McEntire re-recorded 10 of her classics with new arrangements; for Remixed, 10 of her hits get a dance treatment; for Revisited, she and producer Dave Cobb took a stripped-down approach, including on “Does He Love You,” with Dolly Parton assuming Linda Davis’ duet role from the original, which topped Hot Country Songs in 1993.
The new version of the ballad enters Hot Country Songs at No. 47. While each previously appeared on the chart in the 2020s, the two superstars extend their histories on it, with Parton having graced the list in each decade since the 1960s and McEntire having charted titles in every decade since the ’70s.
McEntire also earns her first entry on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, as “Fancy (Dave Audé Remix)” launches at No. 10. Its original version hit No. 8 on Hot Country Songs in 1991. She boasts 60 career Hot Country Songs top 10s, the most among women in the chart’s history.
McEntire made one prior notable foray onto Billboard’s dance charts: Her remake of The Supremes’ “You Keep Me Hangin’ On” hit No. 2 on Dance Club Songs in 1996 and is included on Remixed via its “Classic Paradise Radio Remix.”