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"When Kelly came out, digital tracks were not happening yet.Now you have a wider universe where people can buy individual songs, which has reduced the necessity to buy an 'Idol' artist's album," Mayfield said.Prior to her album's release, Sparks admitted to MTV News that she was nervous about its prospects."I really hope that it does well, I hope that people like it, and they embrace it. I hope I make people proud." She added that Underwood and Clarkson had "set the bar so high — I really want to try and achieve [their successes], so hopefully I'll be able to." And in an interview Entertainment Weekly conducted the week before the sales figures were released, Sparks admitted to EW that she was "nervous" about the album's chances."Someone like Taylor Hicks started bigger because he appeals to a demographic that still enjoys purchasing the whole album and wants the 'Taylor Hicks experience,' " he said.
That was certainly the case with now-faded runner-up Clay Aiken and 2006 fourth-place finisher Chris Daughtry, who proved that winning isn't everything with the multiplatinum sales of the debut album from his band, Daughtry. Prior to its release, despite the powerhouse group of songwriters and producers onboard, news leaks about Sparks' album elicited less chatter than that surrounding second-place finisher Blake Lewis' December 4 debut, Audio Day Dream.Caulfield pointed to season-three winner Fantasia, whose Free Yourself album debuted at a not-impressive #8, but which stuck around for many months after and spawned a series of solid R&B chart hits.