"This is the double edge of novelty in charts," wrote Kaiser Fung on Junk Charts.
"There should be a very high bar against running counter to convention.
Recent reports about how Florida's "stand your ground" law affected the number of deaths in the state have raised a few eyebrows.
The stories have described how, after Florida enacted its self-defense law in 2005, the gun-death rate took a sudden jump.
In 2010, numerous media reports howled that one-third of all teen suicides are among gay and lesbian teenagers.
A single, "Shining Star", was released from and ahead of the album on 2 November.The designer of the chart, Christine Chan, explained her decision on her Twitter feed, saying, "I prefer to show deaths in negative terms (inverted).It's a preference really, can be shown either way." Chan also noted that her inspiration for the chart came from a visually compelling graphic, seen on the website Visualising Data, which displays the death toll from the invasion of Iraq in a disturbing manner, using red "dribble" lines that evoke blood running down a wall. Lies, damn lies and statistics Of course, this isn't the first time statistical information has been distorted in its presentation.It was released on 11 November 1991 and features tracks recorded during their Summer XS Tour in Paris, New York, Chicago, London, Dublin, Glasgow, Rio de Janeiro, Montreal, Spain, Switzerland, Melbourne, Sydney, Philadelphia, and Las Vegas.The album peaked in the top 10 on both the Australian and United Kingdom albums charts.
But in 2006 — the year after the law was passed — that number jumped to 740 deaths, and in 2007, there were 825 gun deaths in the state.