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  • jjavier1978
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    The Immaculate Collection iTunes

    #31 Germany (NE)

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  • jjavier1978
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    Celebration iTunes Albums

    #2 Slovakia (+131)

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  • Battosai
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    Closing in the chapter with known information:

    SPS: 3500-3520 this week (BB200#187, rounded SPS 4000, album at #188 rounded at 3000), 3180-3200 last week (TW/1.11)
    Pure sales: under 3220 this week (those are sales of album #96 in Sales Top 100 chart, TIC missed the cut)

    In other news, Madonna catalog reached 600 million views on Vevo since 09/2014, including 465 million for catalog songs.

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  • Westen
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    I didn't get that. It's confusing. Sorry for all the drama

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  • Battosai
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    Originally posted by arab
    Originally posted by Westen
    • For charting purposes, songs that appear on multiple albums by the same artist will be assigned to the highest ranking album on which the song appears.

    So does mean for album that is highest on itunes or the album with most downloaded version? I see it says to highest ranking album, so it was because TIC was currently highest ranking album? Not because most downloads were from TIC versions?
    It's a bit confussing. They should have explained it better
    It refers to highest ranking album as far as pure sales is concerned.

    This has been very visible on Fleetwood Mac / Michael Jackson lately with several albums selling similar amounts pure sales wise and as such doing big up and downs on BB200 depending on which album was getting digital sales / streamings attributed to.

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  • arab
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    Originally posted by Westen
    • For charting purposes, songs that appear on multiple albums by the same artist will be assigned to the highest ranking album on which the song appears.

    So does mean for album that is highest on itunes or the album with most downloaded version? I see it says to highest ranking album, so it was because TIC was currently highest ranking album? Not because most downloads were from TIC versions?
    It's a bit confussing. They should have explained it better

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  • MusicLover88
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    Originally posted by Battosai
    Originally posted by Westen
    Originally posted by Battosai
    That's completely wrong. Digital tracks downloaded count for the album containing it which has the highest weekly pure sales. This week TIC sold more than Celebration or her studio albums so all its songs downloads/streamings count into TIC BB200 sales total.
    No. That's completely wrong. Do you even see flaws in that statement?

    If someone downloads LAP from Celebration it has nothing to do with TIC because song was downloaded from different album.

    For example, if last week LAP sold 50 copies from LAP album, 100 copies from TIC, and 200 copies from Celebration, that's total 350 for song, but only 100 copies are counted for TIC (chartwise for SPS points) because it's associated with that release.
    Can you inform yourself before stating something?

    You are just trolling at the moment.

    This is insane how over half of the messages in this thread are loaded of fake figures and statements. If one user wanna read bullshit Wikipedia is there already.
    ... Case in point.

    I'm not one of those "stans" so you really don't need to take that tone with me. I'm inclined to agree with you on the topic even though I don't know enough to discuss it. You may have been right, but you were also unnecessarily rude. That's it. I'm out.

    MOD EDIT: If you wanna discuss about being rude ect, use the PM button, not this thread anymore, people

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  • Westen
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    • For charting purposes, songs that appear on multiple albums by the same artist will be assigned to the highest ranking album on which the song appears.

    So does mean for album that is highest on itunes or the album with most downloaded version? I see it says to highest ranking album, so it was because TIC was currently highest ranking album? Not because most downloads were from TIC versions?

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  • Battosai
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    Originally posted by MusicLover88
    There's nothing wrong with telling people you believe they're wrong and providing evidence as to why. But you kept telling Westen he was clueless and a troll without even refuting what he was saying (until that very last post).
    I can quote at least 8 messages where I told him a fact and he ignored it completely because that wasn't fitting his fanatism enough. Facts are not about "believing", they are about knowing.

    So telling nonsense is fine, contradicting a fake claim is not because the ego of the fanatic considers reality rude. Got it.

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  • MusicLover88
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    There's nothing wrong with telling people you believe they're wrong and providing evidence as to why. But you kept telling Westen he was clueless and a troll without even refuting what he was saying (until that very last post).

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  • Battosai
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    So the aim of the forum is stanning, that's it? Posting fake claims and wishful thinkings all over the place is fine?

    I think about poor people entering this kind of forums believing they will learn some stuff and end up being fulfilled of rubbish. Good job.

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  • arab
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    Sent Battosai a warning, but please, guys - stop this pointless "war" and watch your language. It's not a playground

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  • Battosai
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    Learn before talking garbage.

    Nielsen Entertainment and Billboard are happy to announce that the new Billboard 200 will be going live at the end of November. Rankings will be based on a formula blending pure album sales, track equivalent sales (TEA) and streaming equivalent plays (SEA).

    The current ratios for Album equivalents will be:

    10 tracks = 1 album sale
    1,500 streams= 1 album sale

    These will be reviewed and discussed as needed based on changes in the industry or changes in the panel of providers.

    Only those albums which have historically been eligible for the Billboard 200 (including catalog titles) will be included, with track sales and streaming sums for songs appearing on those albums now part of the calculation.

    As this new chart methodology will rely upon Albums and Songs being properly linked together, it is critical that your registration files accurately reflect the links between albums and songs. Nielsen will be working with your Data teams to ensure that the proper methodology has been communicated.
    Please contact Nielsen’s Database team at USNECDbase@nielsen.com to confirm linking or if you have any questions.


    Some things to note regarding the methodology of this chart:
    • Only albums or EPs (minimum four songs) are eligible to appear on this chart.
    • Current Billboard 200 eligibility rules apply, including the inclusion of catalog titles.
    • Minimum pricing rules will be adjusted upon chart launch to include EPs of any length as well, which must now retail for at least $3.49 during first four weeks of availability. Normal per track pricing minimums for EPs ($0.39) go into effect thereafter.
    For charting purposes, songs that appear on multiple albums by the same artist will be assigned to the highest ranking album on which the song appears.
    o Songs that appear on multi-artist soundtracks or various artist compilations will only be assigned to those albums if the songs do not appear on an artist specific album.
    o A multi-artist track which appears on more than one artist’s album will be assigned to both of those artist’s albums.
    • Streaming data includes on-demand and tethered audio streams. The initial launch of the chart will not include Video streams or Programmed streams.
    • Streaming data and Song Sales data will follow a Monday – Sunday reporting period. In cases where streaming data is unavailable for the complete period, the most recent seven days of streaming will be used for any provider that is incomplete for the week.
    Plus, for anyone following Billboards charts, this is just utterly obvious watching Catalog Chart every week. You are just showing that you speak and argue despite being completely ignorant.

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  • Westen
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    Originally posted by Battosai
    Originally posted by Westen
    Originally posted by Battosai
    That's completely wrong. Digital tracks downloaded count for the album containing it which has the highest weekly pure sales. This week TIC sold more than Celebration or her studio albums so all its songs downloads/streamings count into TIC BB200 sales total.
    No. That's completely wrong. Do you even see flaws in that statement?

    If someone downloads LAP from Celebration it has nothing to do with TIC because song was downloaded from different album.

    For example, if last week LAP sold 50 copies from LAP album, 100 copies from TIC, and 200 copies from Celebration, that's total 350 for song, but only 100 copies are counted for TIC (chartwise for SPS points) because it's associated with that release.
    Can you inform yourself before stating something?

    You are just trolling at the moment.

    This is insane how over half of the messages in this thread are loaded of fake figures and statements. If one user wanna read bullshit Wikipedia is there already.
    Can you learn how to talk to people and act on public forum?

    Can you prove what you said? No.

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  • Battosai
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    Originally posted by Westen
    Originally posted by Battosai
    That's completely wrong. Digital tracks downloaded count for the album containing it which has the highest weekly pure sales. This week TIC sold more than Celebration or her studio albums so all its songs downloads/streamings count into TIC BB200 sales total.
    No. That's completely wrong. Do you even see flaws in that statement?

    If someone downloads LAP from Celebration it has nothing to do with TIC because song was downloaded from different album.

    For example, if last week LAP sold 50 copies from LAP album, 100 copies from TIC, and 200 copies from Celebration, that's total 350 for song, but only 100 copies are counted for TIC (chartwise for SPS points) because it's associated with that release.
    Can you inform yourself before stating something?

    You are just trolling at the moment.

    This is insane how over half of the messages in this thread are loaded of fake figures and statements. If one user wanna read bullshit Wikipedia is there already.

    Leave a comment:


  • Westen
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    Originally posted by Battosai
    That's completely wrong. Digital tracks downloaded count for the album containing it which has the highest weekly pure sales. This week TIC sold more than Celebration or her studio albums so all its songs downloads/streamings count into TIC BB200 sales total.
    No. That's completely wrong. Do you even see flaws in that statement?

    If someone downloads LAP from Celebration it has nothing to do with TIC because song was downloaded from different album.

    For example, if last week LAP sold 50 copies from LAP album, 100 copies from TIC, and 200 copies from Celebration, that's total 350 for song, but only 100 copies are counted for TIC (chartwise for SPS points) because it's associated with that release.

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  • Battosai
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    That's completely wrong. Digital tracks downloaded count for the album containing it which has the highest weekly pure sales. This week TIC sold more than Celebration or her studio albums so all its songs downloads/streamings count into TIC BB200 sales total.

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  • Westen
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    Originally posted by Battosai
    Originally posted by Westen
    Up 11% which means it sold almost 4,000 week before?

    That's 8,000 in the last 2 weeks

    And her SPS numbers are basically 0 for TIC so these are 99% sales
    So you tell us all songs from TIC were downloaded last week at most 200 times together and streamed a mere 30000 times?
    Versions from album. If someone downloads LAP from album or Celebration it doesn't count for this album. Her most downloaded songs are versions from Celebration.

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  • Battosai
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    Originally posted by Westen
    Up 11% which means it sold almost 4,000 week before?

    That's 8,000 in the last 2 weeks

    And her SPS numbers are basically 0 for TIC so these are 99% sales
    So you tell us all songs from TIC were downloaded last week at most 200 times together and streamed a mere 30000 times?

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  • Materini
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    Originally posted by ThunderRoad
    From Billboard.com:

    Madonna, The Immaculate Collection - No. 187 -- The diva’s first greatest hits album returns to the list (4,000 units; up 11 percent) for the first time since February of 2014. The set peaked at No. 2 for two weeks in early 1991 (behind Vanilla Ice’s To the Extreme). The Immaculate Collection is one of Madonna's six No. 2-peaking albums, making her one of the handful of acts with as many runner-up sets. Alongside her are the Beatles, Tim McGraw (with seven!), the Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra and Rod Stewart. All of those artists, however, have also earned multiple No. 1 albums in addition to their many No. 2-peaking efforts.

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... -to-top-40
    so glad

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  • Westen
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    Up 11% which means it sold almost 4,000 week before?

    That's 8,000 in the last 2 weeks

    And her SPS numbers are basically 0 for TIC so these are 99% sales

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  • adriano
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    Very good 4k!
    I hoped they updated the total

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  • ThunderRoad
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    From Billboard.com:

    Madonna, The Immaculate Collection - No. 187 -- The diva’s first greatest hits album returns to the list (4,000 units; up 11 percent) for the first time since February of 2014. The set peaked at No. 2 for two weeks in early 1991 (behind Vanilla Ice’s To the Extreme). The Immaculate Collection is one of Madonna's six No. 2-peaking albums, making her one of the handful of acts with as many runner-up sets. Alongside her are the Beatles, Tim McGraw (with seven!), the Rolling Stones, Frank Sinatra and Rod Stewart. All of those artists, however, have also earned multiple No. 1 albums in addition to their many No. 2-peaking efforts.

    http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... -to-top-40

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  • Battosai
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    Originally posted by thebigham
    Most streamed Madonna songs at Spotify:

    ...

    I'm sorry that the formatting is off.
    More importantly, figures are off. They are roughly 50% under their current level.

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  • Materini
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    Originally posted by Materini
    MDNA Album is at n 65 on Argentinian iTunes
    52

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