Top of the flops: Robin Thicke joins failed album club Wednesday 9th July 2014 With Robin Thicke's latest album selling only 530 copies in the UK, we've taken a look at some other 'top flops' 1/7 The debut album from former N-Dubz and X-Factor judge Tulisa reached number 35 in the UK charts and remained in the UK top 40 for one week. Slightly embarrassing compared to ex-band mate Dappy who’s debut solo album, Bad Intentions, peaked at number 6 in the UK charts. It was called Schizophernic and one of the album tracks was called ‘All Day Long I Think About Sex.’ It’s a wonder why this album didn’t fly off the shelves. The ex- N-Sync star was left feeling more than slightly red face when his album only scored 120,000 sales in the US. That’s less than Justin Timberlake’s debut Justified sold in its first week. Awkward. Nadine’s hopes of competing with ex-bandmates Cheryl Cole were left shattered in 2010 when her debut album flopped at number 47. The former Girls Aloud star signed a deal with Tesco which meant no other store could sell her music, apart from iTunes, which may have hindered her success. The album went on to sell 13,000 copies.