Thanks SLiM for this information. Guess the Global chart and Musicharts use different methodologies to determine sales.SLiM wrote:Worldwide sales
Although STWOM (week 10) was not among the 40 listed on the United World Chart
ALBUMS week 3 / 2012 - January 21
STWOM is among the top 50 on MusicCharts.net - #46 sales 20,600
Using the figures for 10 weeks from MusiCharts.net the total for STWOM = 1,184,100
Further MusiCharts.net year-end chart shows STWOM #32 with 1,125,800 in 8 weeks.
http://www.musicharts.net/index.php?cat ... 011&chid=0
STWOM was #40 on the year-end United World Chart.
With regard to the lamentations about Susan's sales, to finish #32 or #40 in the world would seem to me to be a successful effort and shows she can sustain a successful career.
She was a phenomenon I think. She's not gonna have another IDAD...khom09 wrote:Susan needs to get a song writer whos going to write her a song like Rolling in the Deep or Someone like you then she will have all her selling power back, STWOM really flopped hard considering the success of The gift and IDAD
She needs radio play in the US, but I can't see any stations touching Susan's songs. Just like Babs, Elton, Sting and many others.khom09 wrote:Susan needs to get a song writer whos going to write her a song like Rolling in the Deep or Someone like you then she will have all her selling power back, STWOM really flopped hard considering the success of The gift and IDAD
You may want to rethink Susan Boyle's demise...argentino78 wrote:The hype is gone. Her 4th album will sell like 100K.SLiM wrote:from US Billboard Charts (28/01/2012) thread:
11 67 55 82 BOYLE*SUSAN SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME 5145 -38 8298 491303