Indeed Pablo Alboran and Adele are the namesdavidalic wrote:TOP 100 ALBUMS
WEEK 01: 02.01.2012-08.01.2012
1 2 1 8 PABLO ALBORAN EN ACÚSTICO EMI MUSIC/TRIMECA 3**
2 1 1 6 SERGIO DALMA VIA DALMA II WARNER DRO/UNIVERSAL 2**
3 3 1 49 PABLO ALBORAN PABLO ALBORAN EMI MUSIC/TRIMECA 4**
4 4 2 50 ADELE 21 EVERLASTING RECORDS 2**
TOP 50 SONGS
1 1 1 7 MICHEL TELO AI SE EU TE PEGO SONY MUSIC **
2 2 1 14 PABLO ALBORAN PERDONAME EMI MUSIC/TRIMECA *
3 3 2 16 RIHANNA / CALVIN HARRIS WE FOUND LOVE UNIVERSAL *
4 6 5 19 ADELE SOMEONE LIKE YOU EVERLASTING RECORDS
TOP 20 AIRPLAY
1 2 RIHANNA FEAT. CALVIN HARRIS WE FOUND LOVE UNIVERSAL
2 1 MAROON 5 FEAT. CHRISTINA AGUILERA MOVES LIKE JAGGER UNIVERSAL
3 4 ADELE SOMEONE LIKE YOU EVERLASTING
...being the exceptionTimmy94 wrote:Justin Bieber?maroon wrote:For once it's so good to see a year end chart without Katy Perry, Beyonce, Black Eyed Peas, Britney Spears, all the TV talent show contestants and other teenage acts.
Completely hopeless. And you can't even only blame it on the quality of the music, because even good albums don't sell a thing here in Spain. It's shameful in a country that's inhabited by more than 40 million people.Benny wrote:According to an article in "El Pais", the Spanish music market declined in 2011 for an eleventh consecutive year with sales going down 10,7 % despite a digital growth of 9,8%.
People in Spain spent 148,6 million euros on music in 2011 compared to 166,5 million in 2010 and 600 million euros in the year 2000.
Many thanks for posting this - it's interesting to see that eight of the tracks here were also in the top fifty of last year. And one of them, Shakira's "Loca", is among the top ten best-sellers in both years!Rub_rb wrote:YEAR END CHART - TOP 50 SINGLES