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  • mdna87
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    I see a lot of people on twitter angry about the various versions on spotify. I think we should create a campaign mentioning Warner to unify the versions. frozen is going viral even more on tiktok and isn't targeting madonna either. is very amateur.

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    Madame X on Spotify

    08.10.2021 188.225.790 +76.918
    09.10.2021 188.304.865 +79.075
    10.10.2021 188.370.118 +65.253
    11.10.2021 188.438.254 +68.136
    12.10.2021 188.509.077 +70.823
    13.10.2021 188.581.488 +72.411
    14.10.2021 188.653.354 +71.866

    15.10.2021 188.725.527 +72.173
    16.10.2021 188.794.826 +69.299

    ___________________________

    Madame X LIVE on Spotify

    08.10.2021 332.998
    09.10.2021 602.368 +269.370
    10.10.2021 819.188 +216.820
    11.10.2021 1.052.377 +233.189
    12.10.2021 1.264.104 +211.727
    13.10.2021 1.455.213 +191.109
    14.10.2021 1.629.615 +174.402

    15.10.2021 1.773.024 +143.409
    16.10.2021 1.879.389 +106.365

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  • Fajitas
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    What about yesterday’s streams for MX and MX Tour? Thanks

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  • Robbie
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    Originally posted by Westen View Post

    With these 8 weeks album is at 803 weeks in top 200?
    805 to last week (therefore 806 weeks to this week) according to UKChartsPlus.

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  • Westen
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    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
    Unless the label nominates a different hits album in advance, streams will go to the biggest selling (physical and downloads) GH album that week.

    Chart run since week ending 2 September 2021: 105-115-117-133-127-139-138-143
    With these 8 weeks album is at 803 weeks in top 200?

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  • Robbie
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    Originally posted by raindrops View Post

    whats the rule that choose what album/GHs gets the streams? , the one that sell the most physical and/or digital copies that week?
    also do you have TIC chart run in the UK in the last few months?, this is what i found until the last week it charted in the top 100 in August:

    151-152-146-129-122-123-138-121-121-129-125-120-123-121-98-103-102-101-114-97-108-118-91-88-86 102-100-102-97-85-100-88-93-91- (fifty fourth entry: 07/01/21)
    Unless the label nominates a different hits album in advance, streams will go to the biggest selling (physical and downloads) GH album that week.

    Chart run since week ending 2 September 2021: 105-115-117-133-127-139-138-143

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  • raindrops
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    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
    I've noticed with a number of updated OCC articles that the sales figures given are just the same.

    'The Immaculate Collection' has sold over 93,000 copies since February 2020 (when the album returned to the top 200 albums chart in place of 'Celebration'). At present the album is selling around 1,000 a week, of which around 90% are chart sales from streams.
    whats the rule that choose what album/GHs gets the streams? , the one that sell the most physical and/or digital copies that week?
    also do you have TIC chart run in the UK in the last few months?, this is what i found until the last week it charted in the top 100 in August:

    151-152-146-129-122-123-138-121-121-129-125-120-123-121-98-103-102-101-114-97-108-118-91-88-86 102-100-102-97-85-100-88-93-91- (fifty fourth entry: 07/01/21)

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  • raindrops
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

    "True Blue" was certified 7xPlatinum in 1995 while "Ray of Light" was certified 6xPlatinum in 2003.
    That's a lot of time for both albums... they may be both at 8th platinum since the 00's already as "True Blue" even had a remastered version on CD in 2001 and a few limited Vinyl releases along the way (26 years have passed since last certification).

    Not sure exactly when Platinums started being automatic in UK but I think it was only after 2009 or later.
    This may mean they are wrong (would not be the first time) or that "Ray of Light" really got to 7xPlatinum or even 8xPlatinum before the automatic awards certification was into place meaning that it already sold at least 7xPlatinum and it's on its way to 8x or 09xPlatinum already (a real possibility since COADF era certainly helped "Music" to sell quite a few copies also).

    With streaming both albums "True Blue" and "Ray of Light" will eventually get a new award certification from BPI soon and we will know for sure what's going on. Not sure if the label will have to do something so that old physical copies are taken into account... not really sure how do details work. Hopefully Official Charts can raise a light on this next year for Madonna 40th year carreer anniversary as they will certainly make a lot of updated articles if Warner does release something with promo.
    Ray Of Light was at 1,975,000 units counting streaming and club sales in December 2019 according to haven forum, it was also posted in this thread
    https://www.ukmix.org/forum/chart-di...istory/page225

    At least in 2019 ROL and COADF used to sell around 4k units per year but maybe with the increase in streaming they are doing slighly better now.

    Automatic certifications started in 2013:

    The BPI administers the BRIT Certified Platinum, Gold and Silver awards scheme for music releases in the United Kingdom. The level of the award varies depending on the format of the release (albums, singles or music videos) and the level of sales achieved. Although the awards program was for many years based on the level of shipments by record labels to retailers, since July 2013 certifications have been automatically allocated by the BPI upon the relevant sales thresholds being achieved in accordance with Official Charts Company data.

    Since July 2014, audio streaming has been included for singles and from June 2015 audio streams were added to album certifications. In July 2018 video streams were included in singles certifications for the first time. Streaming's contributions to chart-eligible sales totals for singles and albums are calculated using the methodology employed by the Official Charts Company for consumption at title level.


    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Britis...aphic_Industry

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  • Rebel X
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    Switzerland

    45 (RE) 10 Madame X

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  • Forreal
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    Originally posted by menime123 View Post
    La Isla Bonita is at 499m views on YouTube - so close to that 500m mark!
    It should get there in 3 days

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  • Artoo
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    La Isla Bonita is at 499m views on YouTube - so close to that 500m mark!

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
    I've noticed with a number of updated OCC articles that the sales figures given are just the same.

    'The Immaculate Collection' has sold over 93,000 copies since February 2020 (when the album returned to the top 200 albums chart in place of 'Celebration'). At present the album is selling around 1,000 a week, of which around 90% are chart sales from streams.
    Wow! Thanks!
    That's amazing! Never thought it was doing so good looking at weekly chart sales for most of the weeks. It means it was really close to chart in many weeks it didnt' chart.

    That would also mean the album is close to 3.9 million already and to finally get a new Platinum Award during the first half of next year.
    With a lot of luck and Warner promoting Madonna 40th Anniversary really hard during 2022 this album may get to the 4 million landmark in UK before 2022 ends (if not in 2023 or 2024 will much probably get there).

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  • Fajitas
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    Originally posted by Robbie View Post
    I've noticed with a number of updated OCC articles that the sales figures given are just the same.

    'The Immaculate Collection' has sold over 93,000 copies since February 2020 (when the album returned to the top 200 albums chart in place of 'Celebration'). At present the album is selling around 1,000 a week, of which around 90% are chart sales from streams.
    1k a week? It's around 50k a year for a 30 years old album. That's massive! Wow.

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by Angeman View Post
    Did they forget about True Blue? Its 2.1 million sales and with streams should be higher correct?
    "True Blue" was certified 7xPlatinum in 1995 while "Ray of Light" was certified 6xPlatinum in 2003.
    That's a lot of time for both albums... they may be both at 8th platinum since the 00's already as "True Blue" even had a remastered version on CD in 2001 and a few limited Vinyl releases along the way (26 years have passed since last certification).

    Not sure exactly when Platinums started being automatic in UK but I think it was only after 2009 or later.
    This may mean they are wrong (would not be the first time) or that "Ray of Light" really got to 7xPlatinum or even 8xPlatinum before the automatic awards certification was into place meaning that it already sold at least 7xPlatinum and it's on its way to 8x or 09xPlatinum already (a real possibility since COADF era certainly helped "Music" to sell quite a few copies also).

    With streaming both albums "True Blue" and "Ray of Light" will eventually get a new award certification from BPI soon and we will know for sure what's going on. Not sure if the label will have to do something so that old physical copies are taken into account... not really sure how do details work. Hopefully Official Charts can raise a light on this next year for Madonna 40th year carreer anniversary as they will certainly make a lot of updated articles if Warner does release something with promo.
    Last edited by MadNuno; Sun October 17, 2021, 10:30.

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  • Robbie
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

    They didn't even care to update the numbers and decided to post the ones they did on the previous article.
    Not sure how much more it sold during the past 2 years since album sales are lower than ever but I would say that at least sold 25k to 50k copies more.
    I've noticed with a number of updated OCC articles that the sales figures given are just the same.

    'The Immaculate Collection' has sold over 93,000 copies since February 2020 (when the album returned to the top 200 albums chart in place of 'Celebration'). At present the album is selling around 1,000 a week, of which around 90% are chart sales from streams.

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  • Angeman
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    Did they forget about True Blue? Its 2.1 million sales and with streams should be higher correct?

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by fridakahlo View Post

    "Top of the shop is Madonna's first greatest hits retrospective The Immaculate Collection, which has shifted 3.77 million, across physical, digital, and streaming equivalent sales. Released in late 1990, The Immaculate Collection featured all Madonna's hits up to that point, along with future Top 10s Justify My Love and Rescue Me and spent nine consecutive weeks at Number 1, her longest stint at the top. It's one of the biggest selling albums of all time."

    The above was published on 08 June 19. How can after one year four months the sales still stand at 3.77 million? The album has charted on the top 100 in 2021 for another 12 weeks.
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...albums__26462/
    They didn't even care to update the numbers and decided to post the ones they did on the previous article.
    Not sure how much more it sold during the past 2 years since album sales are lower than ever but I would say that at least sold 25k to 50k copies more.

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  • fridakahlo
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    Originally posted by LostAvenger View Post
    UK's Top 30 Best Selling Female Albums Of All Time:

    3. Madonna. - The Immaculate Collection (1990)
    Official Chart peak: Number 1
    Sales: 3.77 million
    Most-streamed song: Like A Prayer, 44 million streams



    Madonna never did anything by the book, the same goes for her first greatest hits collection. Not just a celebration of her legacy (which by 1990 was already enviable) but a re-invention of it, The Immaculate Collection takes all of Madonna's early-career hits (Holiday, Like A Virgin, Papa Can't Preach) and re-packages them for a new decade.

    Also:
    30 RAY OF LIGHT MADONNA
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...vealed__34224/
    "Top of the shop is Madonna's first greatest hits retrospective The Immaculate Collection, which has shifted 3.77 million, across physical, digital, and streaming equivalent sales. Released in late 1990, The Immaculate Collection featured all Madonna's hits up to that point, along with future Top 10s Justify My Love and Rescue Me and spent nine consecutive weeks at Number 1, her longest stint at the top. It's one of the biggest selling albums of all time."

    The above was published on 08 June 19. How can after one year four months the sales still stand at 3.77 million? The album has charted on the top 100 in 2021 for another 12 weeks.
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...albums__26462/

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  • Fajitas
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    Originally posted by MusicGoddess View Post

    Hi! Somebody can tell me please if this is true:

    TIC in UK sold 4,2 M with club houses and only count 3,8 M witouth this houses.

    Somebody had this information?

    Thank u.
    Can someone explain to me what the clubhouses were? I always see people talking about them but I never got it.

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  • MusicGoddess
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    Originally posted by LostAvenger View Post
    UK's Top 30 Best Selling Female Albums Of All Time:

    3. Madonna. - The Immaculate Collection (1990)
    Official Chart peak: Number 1
    Sales: 3.77 million
    Most-streamed song: Like A Prayer, 44 million streams



    Madonna never did anything by the book, the same goes for her first greatest hits collection. Not just a celebration of her legacy (which by 1990 was already enviable) but a re-invention of it, The Immaculate Collection takes all of Madonna's early-career hits (Holiday, Like A Virgin, Papa Can't Preach) and re-packages them for a new decade.

    Also:
    30 RAY OF LIGHT MADONNA
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...vealed__34224/
    Hi! Somebody can tell me please if this is true:

    TIC in UK sold 4,2 M with club houses and only count 3,8 M witouth this houses.

    Somebody had this information?

    Thank u.

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  • LostAvenger
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    UK's Top 30 Best Selling Female Albums Of All Time:

    3. Madonna. - The Immaculate Collection (1990)
    Official Chart peak: Number 1
    Sales: 3.77 million
    Most-streamed song: Like A Prayer, 44 million streams



    Madonna never did anything by the book, the same goes for her first greatest hits collection. Not just a celebration of her legacy (which by 1990 was already enviable) but a re-invention of it, The Immaculate Collection takes all of Madonna's early-career hits (Holiday, Like A Virgin, Papa Can't Preach) and re-packages them for a new decade.

    Also:
    30 RAY OF LIGHT MADONNA
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...vealed__34224/

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    Originally posted by Fajitas View Post

    Wow. What are the four versions? Celebration, GHV2, Ray Of Light and?
    Celebration (Standard). It has 494,473 streams.

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  • Fajitas
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    Originally posted by UnapologeticKenny View Post

    Frozen on Spotify (4 versions combined)

    15.10.2021 69.960.963 +79.303 (biggest day ever, I believe)
    Wow. What are the four versions? Celebration, GHV2, Ray Of Light and?

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    Madame X on Spotify

    08.10.2021 188.225.790 +76.918
    09.10.2021 188.304.865 +79.075
    10.10.2021 188.370.118 +65.253
    11.10.2021 188.438.254 +68.136
    12.10.2021 188.509.077 +70.823
    13.10.2021 188.581.488 +72.411
    14.10.2021 188.653.354 +71.866

    15.10.2021 188.725.527 +72.173

    ___________________________

    Madame X LIVE on Spotify

    08.10.2021 332.998
    09.10.2021 602.368 +269.370
    10.10.2021 819.188 +216.820
    11.10.2021 1.052.377 +233.189
    12.10.2021 1.264.104 +211.727
    13.10.2021 1.455.213 +191.109
    14.10.2021 1.629.615 +174.402

    15.10.2021 1.773.024 +143.409

    ____________________________

    Frozen on Spotify (4 versions combined)

    15.10.2021 69.960.963 +79.303 (biggest day ever, I believe)

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  • Fajitas
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    The Eurovision performance got over 10k views yesterday, for the first time in 6 months!
    The 5 Madame X videos are still getting much more views than they did two weeks ago. Medellin got 13k for example and the Billboard Award performance 8k. The show definitely helped the album and the "Madame X brand." The 22-minute long documentary is getting 2k views a day and the "Welcome to the World of Madame X" short video is getting closer to 2M.

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