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  • Nichu94
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    ^ 10 track sales too, so TEAs and SEAs, no?

    EDIT: Ok, I've read more carefully on the chart analysis thread. The sentence is confusing though

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  • thebigham
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    With recently announced / new RIAA rules that include Tracks sales equivalents and streaming in their certifications, "Hard Candy" may be eligible for 1x Platinum in US now.

    Another Platinum album for the Queen
    Only streaming counts towards new RIAA album certs:

    1,500 on-demand audio and/or video song streams = 10 track sales = 1 album sale.

    No single sales mentioned....

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  • jjavier1978
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    Yes Thanks You.
    Originally posted by JadeBritx
    Originally posted by jjavier1978
    I think that the past streaming won't count... They say "effective feb. 1st"
    They certified Thriller 32x Platinum so it does.

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  • Instinct
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    Originally posted by jjavier1978
    I think that the past streaming won't count... They say "effective feb. 1st"
    They certified Thriller 32x Platinum so it does.

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  • jjavier1978
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    I think that the past streaming won't count... They say "effective feb. 1st"

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  • AlphaMale
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    The Recording Industry of America has announced that streaming will, finally, now contribute to the certification of albums as Gold or Platinum. Effective immediately, the RIAA will include on-demand audio and video streams and a track sale equivalent in determining which releases get the coveted album awards, a change that follows a similar tweak in 2013 to include on-demand streams for its Digital Single Award.

    "After a comprehensive analysis of a variety of factors," writes the organization in a statement, "including streaming and download consumption patterns and historical impact on the program – and also consultation with a myriad of industry colleagues the RIAA set the new Album Award formula of 1,500 on-demand audio and/or video song streams = 10 track sales = 1 album sale. Also effective today, RIAA’s Digital Single Award ratio will be updated from 100 on-demand streams = 1 download to 150 on-demand streams = 1 download to reflect streaming’s enormous growth in the two plus years since that ratio was set."

    Source: Billboard!

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  • MrLeonix
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    Shame, many albums will be eligible for new certifications but it'll depend on their labels if they get a Certification update or not.

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  • thebigham
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    We won't know until WBR pays for the new certifications.

    WBR rarely certifies albums.

    Michael Buble and Josh Groban have 4-5 albums each that need new certs and nothing has been been certified for them in years.

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  • Westen
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    Madonna is not on that label anymore, they are not going to re-certify her ever again.

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  • Nichu94
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    Originally posted by jjavier1978
    in The USA The Certification is automatic or the label must to apply?

    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    With recently announced / new RIAA rules that include Tracks sales equivalents and streaming in their certifications, "Hard Candy" may be eligible for 1x Platinum in US now.

    Another Platinum album for the Queen
    Not automatic

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  • jjavier1978
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    in The USA The Certification is automatic or the label must to apply?

    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    With recently announced / new RIAA rules that include Tracks sales equivalents and streaming in their certifications, "Hard Candy" may be eligible for 1x Platinum in US now.

    Another Platinum album for the Queen

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  • MrLeonix
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    Its harder with streams since 1,500 streams = 1 album sale. So a song would need like 300million streams in US alone to make 200K units.

    With Digital track sales its way easier, 10 digital sales = 1 album sale.

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  • jjavier1978
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    How Much Bicth I'M Madonna in Streaming?

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  • Nichu94
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    With recently announced / new RIAA rules that include Tracks sales equivalents and streaming in their certifications, "Hard Candy" may be eligible for 1x Platinum in US now.

    Another Platinum album for the Queen
    Yes it is eligible with those new rules

    740k Soundscan + about 3,7m downloads (370k TEAs) = 1,110k

    COADF gets closer, too.
    +1700k Soundscan + about 2m downloads (200k TEAs) = +1,900k

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  • Instinct
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    How much did Hard Candy sell? 750k? 4 Minutes sold over 3 million which equals to 300k albums sold. 750k+300k = 1.05 million. not even including other singles or streaming,

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  • MrLeonix
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    With recently announced / new RIAA rules that include Tracks sales equivalents and streaming in their certifications, "Hard Candy" may be eligible for 1x Platinum in US now.

    Another Platinum album for the Queen

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  • HolidayGuy
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    The Google Play sale is still going on (though GP hasn't updated its charts in almost two weeks or so).

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  • jjavier1978
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    Celebration


    iTunes:

    #26 Norway (+101)

    #48 New Zealand (+58)

    The Immaculate Collection


    iTunes:

    #69 Belgium (NE)

    #83 United Kingdom (+6)

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  • adriano
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    Hope it stays in top 100 of the bb200

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  • Westen
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    18k in the last 5 weeks

    Anyone knows if it's still discounted?

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  • jjavier1978
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    Another Week on the Billboard Charts

    Originally posted by LostAvenger
    Billboard Top Album Sales Chart:

    70 (29) The Immaculate Collection 3,728 copies

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  • LostAvenger
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    Billboard Top Album Sales Chart:

    70 (26) The Immaculate Collection 3,728 copies

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  • Westen
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    Why is UK OCC messing her singles sales? They are lowering them with every update

    For example, in 2008
    270,800, Erotica (2008)
    136,854, Deeper and Deeper (2008)
    130,771, Rain (2008)
    86,077, Fever (2008)
    74,915, Bad Girl (2008)

    2 years later they lowered Erotica to 270,000

    In 2015 they placed Rain above Erotica in her top 40 best selling singles
    40 Rain
    41 Erotica


    Which means that Erotica probably lost +100k sales, i somehow doubt Rain sold extra 150k copies ?!

    This is not the first time or the last time, they did that to Holiday, La isla Bonita, This used to be my playground and many other songs. Anyone knows why? This is really annoying I didn't noticed that this happened to other artists

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  • jjavier1978
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    TIC is not in The USA HITS' top 50 (all Google-Play-sale titles dropped), but it should remain on the chart this week.

    TIC #87 on iTunes UK

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  • Wayne
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    I've removed the last 15 odd posts.

    Please keep your views on signatures and whatnot outside of Chart Analysis.

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