The ‘Home’ Album Is Out Now
A new home release from the Swedish electronic band Alkaline Trio has been named #1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart.
The album’s “Home” is the band’s first release to reach the top spot, having topped the chart in three of the past four weeks.
The new album has sold more than 6 million copies worldwide.
Alkaline trios “Home,” which was recorded during a three-month stint in London during the band\’s 2012 album, “Alkali,” has already sold more copies than the entire first album by the group, “Seeds.”
The album also includes a remix of “Home.”
The track “Home”‘s title is a reference to the band\”s home.
It has also been the first song in the group\’s repertoire to reach #1, which is an honor for the group.
The song peaked at #4 on Billboard�s Hot Dance Songs chart in October and was included in the Billboard 200, which ranked the top 40 albums in the United States on Billboard.com.
The “Home”-inspired album features the band performing a mix of live and studio versions of songs from its albums “Alcatraz” and “Seed.”
It also features the album�s first ever song in Swedish.
The songs are titled “Home (feat.
Ksenia)” and “Home Alone,” both of which feature vocals by the Swedish duo of singer Kseniya.
AlKaline Trios was formed in 2006, and its most recent album, 2007\’s “Home, I\’m Going Away,” peaked at the Billboard Hot 100 chart at #2.
It also received three platinum awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording for “Home in a Glasshouse,” which reached the top five on the chart.
Alkali trios also released its first album in Sweden, 2009\’s, and has sold over 20 million copies in the country.