18 August 2010

SELF Loves Lilith Special Edition Mini-Mag + Comp Debuts At #7 on Billboard

SELF Magazine's first-ever custom mini-magazine and CD, SELF Loves Lilith, enters this week's Billboard charts as the top-ranked debut compilation, and #7 overall on the national Top Compilation Albums chart.
SELFlovesLilithThe special side-project, a tribute to the return of the Lilith tour after a decade-long hiatus, features special content specifically tailored to the tour.  The magazine and CD package retails for a consumer-friendly price of $5 and is available exclusively in Walmart music departments nationwide and online

SELF Loves Lilith print content was overseen by SELF Editor-in-Chief Lucy Danziger and developed by Entertainment Director, Laura Brounstein.  Music supervision was overseen by Brittany Hodak at Fathom Communications, working in conjunction with SELF.

"We're thrilled that our SELF Loves Lilith compilation has been so well received," said Laura Brounstein, SELF Entertainment Director. "We feel honored to be the first women's magazine to make a cameo on the Billboard chart, and are excited that women will continue to enjoy this great package throughout the summer."   
The compilation appeared on a number of additional Billboard charts this week, including a finish as the #35 best-selling independent release in the country, and the #176 overall best-selling current release.

In addition to health, beauty, fitness, nutrition, happiness and personal style stories, the SELF mini magazine features interviews and original content from several of the tour's artists including: Sarah McLachlan, Jennifer Nettles, Corinne Bailey Rae, Colbie Caillat, Sheryl Crow and Martina McBride.  The accompanying CD includes 15 tracks from artists on the tour, including an exclusive remix of the Sugarland track "What I'd Give," hand-picked for the CD by the group's singer and compilation cover star Jennifer Nettles

Also included in the package are a set of poetry magnets, a SELF loves Lilith photo frame and a packet of plant-your-own flower seeds.  Each of the items was chosen specifically to help brighten the summer of the collection's readers, along with the amazing CD and exclusive articles.

Complete track listing for the set is as follows:1.  What I'd Give (Remix) - Sugarland
2.  Drive My Soul - Lights
3.  Alligator - Tegan & Sara
4.  Closer - Corinne Bailey Rae
5.  Small Blue Thing - Suzanne Vega
6.  Goodbye Kiss - Grace Potter & The Nocturnals
7.  Like Boom - Vita Chambers
8.  Electric Twist - A Fine Frenzy
9.  Brand New Love - Serena Ryder
10. Hold On - Colbie Caillat
11. Heartbroken - Meaghan Smith
12. Warm Whispers - Missy Higgins
13. I Wonder - Susan Justice
14. Sweet Nothing - Ashlyne Huff
15. Angel (Live) - Sarah McLachlan Featuring Emmylou Harris

For more information about the SELF Loves Lilith compilation album or to purchase a copy, visit http://www.walmart.com/ip/14862866.

About SELF
With a unique spirit of positivity, SELF magazine reaches 6.7 million readers and provides a blueprint for the woman who wants to stay informed, get inspired, grow and achieve her personal goals. SELF is published by Condé Nast, a division of Advance Publications, which operates in 24 countries and is the world leader in exceptional content creation. For more information, visit www.Self.com.

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