By Jessica Goodman
Updated October 24, 2016 at 11:52 AM EDT
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The collection sold 77,000 equivalent album units, 68,000 of which were traditional album sales, in its first week out, Billboard reports.

“We’re trying to change people’s perception of [us],” Kings of Leon frontman Caleb Followill told EW about the collection. “We have more depth on this album and more situations where we dipped our toe in before but never committed. Now we’re wanting to dive in. I know this is a pop-driven world and what we do isn’t necessarily at the top of the heap of music that people are listening to, but I feel like once people discover this album, it’s going to change them. “

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