Still fresh off their big GRAMMYs win, Daft Punk are enjoying a massive sales bump of their latest groove-inducing record, Random Access Memories, and it's all thanks to their appearance on the highly-publicized music event. Music's Biggest Night was also responsible for pushing Lorde's "Royals"-spawning Pure Heroine debut higher up the charts, as well as Imagine Dragons' Night Visions. Bruno Mars got a huge push up the sales charts as well, not only for his GRAMMY win and appearance on the show, but for his Super Bowl performance. And, still staying "frozen" on the charts after all these weeks is Disney's Frozen soundtrack, whose hit song "Let It Go" by both Idina Menzel and Demi Lovato is remaining one of the country's biggest songs. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' The Heist managed to receive a smaller bump than their other GRAMMY counterparts, but a bump nonetheless. Even the Red Hot Chili Peppers, who also performed at the 2014 Super Bowl, secured a spot on the sales charts this week. Not bad, Chilis!
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By amandahutchison | 02.5.2014