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  • jjavier1978
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    Ireland:

    43 (38) 190 Madonna - The Immaculate Collection

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  • Westen
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    UK last week

    178 [187] The Immaculate Collection [702 wks]

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  • LostAvenger
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    Ireland:

    38 (34) 189 Madonna - The Immaculate Collection

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  • AndiIversen
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    Great! Thank U -got confused there

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  • LostAvenger
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    RIAJ now combines both mobile downloads & PC downloads in their certifications for "Single Tracks". They used to keep them separate, but mastertones/partial ringtones still have their own separate certifications since they represent purchases of partial songs (30 seconds).

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  • AndiIversen
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    ^^ weren't PC downloads and mobile downloads separate? I was under the impression that she had Gold on each and 2xP on Mastertone tracks before.

    The cert at the RIAJ site reads as "Single track" so i dunno, I'm kinda lost . Which one is it, is that the one people call "full track" cert? or one of the ones I mentioned? maybe it has changed and are together now?

    btw this is what Nichu has on his JP section on the thread:
    MILES AWAY
    (Mastertone Track) 2 x Platinum 500.000
    (Mobile Track) Platinum 250.000
    (PC Downloads) Gold 100.000

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  • MusicLover88
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    Amazing!

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  • LostAvenger
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    "Miles Away" has just been certified Platinum in Japan for 250,000 PC downloads & mobile downloads (aka full ringtones) sold.

    It was certified 2X Platinum for 500,000 partial ringtone sales sold in July 2008 putting its' total certification levels at 750,000 copies sold.

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  • jjavier1978
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    Originally posted by blackbird
    Most Top 10 Albums On Billboard 200
    1956 - 2015

    Rolling Stones 36 "Forty Licks"

    Frank Sinatra 33 "Duets II"
    Barbra Streisand 33 "Partners"

    The Beatles 31 "On Air: Live at the BBC Volume 2"

    Elvis Presley 27"2nd to None"

    Madonna 21 "Rebel Heart"
    Bob Dylan 21 "Shadows in the Night"

    George Strait 20 "Cold Bear Conversation"

    Paul McCartney 19 "New"
    Elton John 19 "Wonderful Crazy Night"

    Bruce Springsteen 18 "High Hopes"
    Neil Diamond 18 "Melody Road"

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  • thebigham
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    http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... eakingnews

    Here is an updated look at the acts with the most top five Hot 100 hits:

    29, The Beatles
    28, Madonna
    26, Mariah Carey
    24, Janet Jackson
    21, Elvis Presley (whose career predated the Hot 100's 1958 launch by two years)
    20, Michael Jackson
    20, Rihanna
    20, Stevie Wonder

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  • Nackar
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    Originally posted by MrLeonix
    Originally posted by FadingLight
    ^ Burning Up? :-?

    I mean, isn't that the album chart? Thanks Nackar.
    It charted as an EP.
    Perhaps, but these re-entries are most likely due to the recent mini LP releases. The album reissued as Mini LPs were Madonna, Like a Virgin, True Blue, Like a Prayer, You Can Dance and The Immaculate Collection. An ancient Burning Up EP being there randomly, but not the first album or TIC doesn't really make any sense...

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  • MrLeonix
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    Originally posted by FadingLight
    ^ Burning Up? :-?

    I mean, isn't that the album chart? Thanks Nackar.
    It charted as an EP.

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  • HolidayGuy
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    As expected, TIC drops off Nielsen's 200-position Album Sales chart (and should follow suit on Catalog and Billboard 200).

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  • Nackar
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    Originally posted by FadingLight
    ^ Burning Up? :-?

    I mean, isn't that the album chart? Thanks Nackar.
    Yes, it is. The official chart really does say "Burning Up", which makes no sense, as you point out. I think it might be the first album, since that was also released as a mini LP (or it could be the Immaculate Collection, for that matter).

    Originally posted by jjavier1978
    Thanks Nackar i hope that Rebel Heart up on The Japan Charts
    These positions were still from last week's chart. The new one should be out tomorrow

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  • jjavier1978
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    Thanks Nackar i hope that Rebel Heart up on The Japan Charts

    Originally posted by Nackar
    Something I missed initially...

    Japan Oricon

    161 [NE] - Like a Virgin - 447 copies
    172 [NE] - True Blue - 417 copies
    192 [NE] - Burning Up - 380 copies
    196 [NE] - Like a Prayer - 375 copies
    271 [NE] - You Can Dance - 252 copies

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  • FadingLight
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    ^ Burning Up? :-?

    I mean, isn't that the album chart? Thanks Nackar.

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  • Nackar
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    Something I missed initially...

    Japan Oricon

    161 [NE] - Like a Virgin - 447 copies
    172 [NE] - True Blue - 417 copies
    192 [NE] - Burning Up - 380 copies
    196 [NE] - Like a Prayer - 375 copies
    271 [NE] - You Can Dance - 252 copies

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  • jjavier1978
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    UK OCC Digital Sales

    67 (81) (14) The Immaculate Collection

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  • jjavier1978
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    Ireland Albums Charts

    34 (31) THE IMMACULATE COLLECTION MADONNA SIRE (188 weeks)

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  • Westen
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    Here's a little info about its charting in UK from our member Yoshie

    187 THE IMMACULATE COLLECTION MADONNA 723 85% 1518262

    Obviously these are not its total sales. The sales here account for all copies sold post-1994 which I believe is when the OCC began to compile the top 200 updates. It is also possible that it may have sold more than 723 units last week as these sales only account for the copies that were sold above the price allowed for it to appear in the album chart.


    midweek position for Monday's update:

    187 118 THE IMMACULATE COLLECTION MADONNA 397 90% 111
    The percentage accounts for the ratio of digital copies sold, which incorporates streaming equivalents into its total.

    So we know now that album can re-enter when it's sold outside its budget release (which is basically digital sales only)

    So now I wonder if those budget sales are counted towards its total sales?

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  • HolidayGuy
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    TIC is No. 14 on U.S. Google Play (at its $12.49 price)- likely not enough to keep it on the next catalog chart (top 50), but at least it's hanging in there (of the recent 99-cent titles, only Fleetwood Mac, Phil Collins and Cars albums are higher).

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  • britsluver
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    Warners should possibly promote both collections as a budget release along with other warners budget releases or organise some ad through itunes etc.

    they could possibly market TIC as a remix collection or a double with the DVD and Celebration as a more Ultimate Collection.

    Is there any breakdown of digital sales. How do they count 1 album sale along with individual sales of tracks.

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  • HolidayGuy
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    Thanks, Wayne- so the budget chart criteria has nothing to do with what the retailer sells a title for- interesting.

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  • adriano
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    Originally posted by Wayne
    UK Albums Chart

    187 [RE] The Immaculate Collection [701 wks]

    UK Radio Airplay Chart

    197 [RE] Vogue [217 plays | 4.519m aud]

    Like A Prayer has also received an airplay award for having amassed more than 25,000 lifetime spins at RadioMonitor.
    TIC re-entered the main album chart?!
    Wow!

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  • HolidayGuy
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    Ahh- that could be part of it, thanks.

    In the USA, Warner put TIC on hold for orders and such when Celebration was released. And, of course, it was taken off iTunes. And then even after it was back on iTunes, there were periods where it was removed for periods of time.

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