A robotic dance music duo and an offbeat country newcomer saw big lifts for their album sales after they won major
According to Nielsen SoundScan, sales of "Random Access Memories" by the French electro-outfit
Daft Punk, which scored album of the year and record of the year ("Get Lucky"), leapfrogged to No. 10 on the sales chart after landing in 39th place for the previous week.
Kacey Musgraves' win for best country album drummed up interest in her release "Same Trailer Different Park," which leapt from 28th place to 12th. Sales for the album rose 177% to more than 27,000.
Fellow Grammy winner Lorde's "Pure Heroine" got a smaller sales bump, but still ranked third on the album chart, up from fifth the previous week.
Soul legend Stevie Wonder also made an appearance in the top 100 after performing on the Grammys with Daft Punk, Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers. His 1976 classic "Songs in the Key of Life" hit No. 99.
Still, the Grammy lifts couldn't unseat the soundtrack to Disney's animated musical blockbuster "Frozen" from atop the chart. That album sold nearly 94,000 copies, barely budging from the previous week's tally.