Say it ain’t so. Robin Thicke’s latest album Paula,  his attempt to win his estranged wife Paula Patton back,  sold just 530 copies in it’s first week of release in the UK. In the U.S it didn’t fair too well either, moving  just 25,000 copies according to Billboard. That’s an 86 percent decrease from last year’s Blurred Lined LP. The 2013 album sold 177,000 copies and easily snatched the number one spot thanks to the “Blurred Lines” single with Pharrell and T.I. Was this a matter of bad publicity? Either way, the fans just weren’t buying it.

The Guardian