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  • JC96
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    Top 50 biggest vinyl album sellers of 2022 in the US so far:

    #10 Folklore (+74k)
    #14 Red Taylor's Version (+70k)
    #25 Evermore (+50k)
    #43 Fearless Taylor's Version (+38k)

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  • JC96
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    Smash track




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  • JC96
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    Timeless classic

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  • BritneyMadonnastan
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    Fearless TV missed the Billboard 200 by 30 units. #200 album did 6,905 units. Fearless TV did 6,888.

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  • JC96
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    Biggest singles of 2022 in Ireland so far:

    #47 All Too Well (Taylor's Version)

    Biggest albums of 2022 in Ireland so far:

    #22 Folklore
    #24 1989
    #26 Red (Taylor's Version)
    #31 Lover

    Biggest albums of 2022 in UK so far:

    #43 1989
    ​​​​​​​#46 Folklore
    #47 Red (Taylor's Version)

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  • JC96
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    A re recorded masterpiece did that


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  • JC96
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    A classic did that

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  • JC96
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    A re recording did that


    Taylor breaks her tie with Mariah Carey and now has 10 albums with 1 year or more charting on Billboard 200.

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  • JeremySpears
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    ?

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  • JC96
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    Next week its gonna surpass 1 year charting

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  • JC96
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    - "RED (Taylor's Version)" is certified PLATINUM in New Zealand for 15,000 units.

    - It's her 9th album to get certified Platinum in the country.

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  • wowsignal14
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    Originally posted by scootermcgee27 View Post
    How is it possible that the original Red has moved 351,000 units over the past 26 weeks? That would be an average of 13,500 per week which would mean it would have been charting on the B200 most if not every week
    since Red TV’s release. However it’s only charted once, which was the week Red TV was released.
    i think it's a typo, they probably meant 151,000. using the number of streams they gave (150.2m) it translates to 120,000 SEA units. that +the 14,000 pure sales is 144,000 units, i guess the remaining 7,000 units is TEA.

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  • scootermcgee27
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    How is it possible that the original Red has moved 351,000 units over the past 26 weeks? That would be an average of 13,500 per week which would mean it would have been charting on the B200 most if not every week
    since Red TV’s release. However it’s only charted once, which was the week Red TV was released.

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  • britneylinda
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    Red OG came in 2012, streaming wasn't even that big. BB cracks up sometimes

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  • JeremySpears
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    Here’s How ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’ Performed Compared to Taylor Swift’s ‘Red’ in Its First Six Months

    From its release day through the most recent tracking week, Red (Taylor’s Version) has earned 1.56 million equivalent album units, according to Luminate, while the original Red has earned 351,000 equivalent album units over that same time period. In its first week of release last November, Red (Taylor’s Version) launched atop the Billboard 200 chart with 605,000 equivalent album units earned in its first week – which means that Red (Taylor’s Version) earned 72% more equivalent album units in its debut week than the original Red has earned over the past six months.

    Fearless (Taylor’s Version), Swift’s first re-recorded album, accomplished a similar featcompared to the original Fearless, earning more equivalent album units in its first week of release (291,000) than the 2008 original earned in its first full year going head-to-head with the re-recorded album (242,000). It’s worth noting, however, that the 1.56 million units that Red (Taylor’s Version)has totaled over six months has already well surpassed the equivalent album units total of Fearless (Taylor’s Version) in its first year of release – 1 million – and has done so in half the time on the market.

    Digging into the Red equivalent album unit totals, Red (Taylor’s Version) has earned 712,000 in pure album sales, compared to 14,000 sold of the 2012 version over the past six months. And Red (Taylor’s Version) has accrued 1.11 billion official on-demand U.S. streams of the album’s songs over that time period, while the original has earned 150.2 million in the same category.

    Leading the way in those streams is “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version),” the re-recorded fan favorite that, thanks in large part to the much-anticipated “10 Minute Version” featured on the Red (Taylor’s Version) tracklist, topped the Hot 100 upon the album’s release last November. “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” is the most-streamed song from the re-recorded project, with 229.8 million official on-demand U.S. streams over the past six months; in comparison, the most-streamed song from the original Red over that time period is “I Knew You Were Trouble,” a top 5 Hot 100 hit for Swift, at 30.8 million streams.

    “All Too Well (Taylor’s Version)” also received radio play following its release, peaking at No. 25 on the Adult Pop Airplay chart, while “Message in a Bottle,” a previously unreleased “From the Vault” track on Red (Taylor’s Version), soared even higher, climbing to No. 10 on Adult Pop Airplay, No. 17 on Pop Airplay and No. 29 on Radio Songs. Days after the release of Red (Taylor’s Version) last November, iHeartRadio, the largest radio station owner in the U.S., pledged to play the re-recorded versions of Swift’s songs moving forward.

    And from a charts perspective, Red (Taylor’s Version) has placed in the top 40 of the Billboard 200 every week since its release – 26 weeks thus far, including one week at No. 1 – while the original Red returned to No. 21 on the Billboard 200 for one week last November, its highest ranking since April 2013. Upon the release of Red (Taylor’s Version), Swift launched 26 songs onto the Hot 100, a new record for the most simultaneously charting hits among women.

    As previously noted when comparing stats between Red (Taylor’s Version) and the original album, Swift’s latest release has benefitted from fan support for the re-recording endeavor, which was announced in 2019 following the acquisition of the master recordings of her first six studio albums by Scooter Braun’s Ithaca Holdings that year. In addition, streaming platform placement of the re-recorded project, as well as the “From The Vault” tracks – which included new collaborations with Phoebe Bridgers, Ed Sheeran and Chris Stapleton, along with the 10-minute “All Too Well” – helped drive interest in Red (Taylor’s Version).
    https://www.billboard.com/music/pop/...235073295/amp/

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  • JC96
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    "Red (Taylor’s Version) has earned 712,000 in pure album sales in the US, compared to 14,000 sold of the 2012 version over the past six months"
    Billboard

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  • wowsignal14
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    Red (Taylor's Version) weekly Chinese Sales


    Pre-Order - 107,254

    week 1 - 172,570 ( 279,824 Total Sales)
    week 2 - 23,772 ( 303,596 Total Sales)
    week 3 - 11,464 ( 315,060 Total Sales)
    week 4 - 7,652 ( 322,712 Total Sales)
    week 5 - 6,129 ( 328,841 Total Sales)
    week 6 - 3,955 ( 332,796 Total Sales)
    week 7 - 3,927 ( 336,723 Total Sales)
    week 8 - 3,596 ( 340,319 Total Sales)
    week 9 - 2,193 ( 342,512 Total Sales)
    week 10 - 2,329 ( 344,841 Total Sales)

    week 11 - 2,985
    ( 347,826 Total Sales)
    week 12 - 3,389 ( 351,215 Total Sales)
    week 13 - 2,817 ( 354,032 Total Sales)
    week 14 - 2,113 ( 356,145 Total Sales)
    week 15 - 1,519 ( 357,664 Total Sales)
    week 16 - 1,474 ( 359,138 Total Sales)
    week 17 - 1,482 ( 360,620 Total Sales)
    week 18 - 3,473 ( 364,093 Total Sales)
    week 19 - 9,943 ( 374,039 Total Sales)
    week 20 - 10,267 ( 384,306 Total Sales)

    week 21 - 10,569 ( 394,875 Total Sales)
    week 22 - 4,222 ( 399,097 Total Sales)
    week 23 - 3,588 ( 402,685 Total Sales)
    week 24 - 3,647 ( 406,332 Total Sales)
    week 25 - 4,326 ( 410,658 Total Sales)
    week 26 - 4,349 ( 415,007 Total Sales)
    week 27 - 3,054 ( 418,061 Total Sales)

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  • JeremySpears
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    Originally posted by JC96 View Post
    "This Love TV" debut at #50 on Billboard Hot 100.
    "Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)" also re-enters the Digital Song Sales chart at #10.

    "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" re-enters the Billboard 200 at #166 and has now spent 50 weeks on the chart.

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  • JC96
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    New Zealand
    #40 This Love (Taylor's Version)

    Philippines (Billboard)
    #13 This Love (Taylor's Version)
    #22 All Too Well (Taylor's Version)
    #23 Only the Young (elecction effect)

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  • JC96
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    Canadian Hot 100
    #30 This Love (Taylor's Version)

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  • JC96
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    "This Love TV" debut at #50 on Billboard Hot 100.

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  • chosensparkles
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    UK
    #42. This Love (Taylor's Version)

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