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  • Originally posted by AutomaticBR View Post

    It sold 408 copies with streaming last week, 88 of them were CDs/downloads

    https://www.showbiz411.com/2020/04/2...-say-otherwise

    Let's hope we get this week's sales too
    IF E=MC˛ actually sold 408 copies in the US (sps) last week... I wonder what Daydream and TEOM are pulling... 2,000?
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    • Album: Charmbracelet
      iTunes:
      #37 United States
      #1128 United Kingdom

      Apple Music:
      #432 Philippines
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      • Originally posted by stevyy View Post

        IF E=MC˛ actually sold 408 copies in the US (sps) last week... I wonder what Daydream and TEOM are pulling... 2,000?
        with streamings included, easily!

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        • Originally posted by stevyy View Post
          Mariah's Biggest Songs on Spotify



          timeframe: April 3rd - April 30th

          Thanks for that update Stevy!

          I've seen other fanbases summing up all version's total of a certain song to say if that certain title had or not reached 100M.
          If we sum up all versions of F and O, she already has 7 songs over 100M
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          • Charmbracelet #18 iTunes USA:

            https://kworb.net/charts/aitunes/us.html

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            • Originally posted by stevyy View Post

              I hope it can go top 10.
              It just has.

              But I have to say, nothing really has been the same as Glitter's rise to #1.
              Because it was Glitter - and it was considered a 'flop' and it was a nice moment.
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              • 2,000 units this week according to Billboard.

                It won’t chart in Billboard 200, but it will probably chart in Album Sales, R&B Charts and Catalog.

                How Did Older Albums by Madonna, Mariah Carey & Janet Jackson All See Sales Gains This Week - Keith Caulfield

                A sale promotion in the iTunes Store lifted a number of older albums to sales increases, and fans took notice.


                It might be the year 2020, but if you glanced at the U.S. iTunes Store’s Top Albums tally this past week, it’d be hard to tell what decade you were in.

                Thanks to sale pricing and fan promotion, a trio of older albums by Mariah Carey, Madonna and Janet Jacksonall jumped into the iTunes Store's always-updating Top Albums tally. On April 27 and 28, Carey’s 2008 album E=MC2 was No. 1 on the iTunes Store’s Top Albums tally, while Madonna’s 1994 set Bedtime Stories visited No. 1 on April 30. Meanwhile, Jackson’s 1986 album Control also visited the top 10 during the week -- and at one point, all three albums were together in the top 10.

                According to initial sales reports to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, E=MC2 sold about 2,000 copies total across all retailers in the U.S. in the week ending April 30. About half of that sum was driven by digital sales on April 27, the day the album topped the iTunes tally. Traditionally, the album sells a negligible figure on a daily basis.

                As for Bedtime Stories, it shifted a little over 1,000 copies for the week, while Controlsold just under 1,000. Again, the bulk of each album’s sales were driven by digital sales -- nearly 1,000 for Bedtime Stories on April 30 (the day it was No. 1 in the iTunes Store) and a little under, 1,000 for Control across three days (April 28-30). Like with E=MC2, both Bedtime Stories and Controlgenerally sell a negligible figure on any normal day.

                It doesn’t necessarily take a large number of sales to reach No. 1 on the iTunes Store’s Top Albums ranking, especially considering album sales have been on the decline for years, and it was a particularly soft week for new releases on April 24. The trio of albums were part of an iTunes Store promotion where more than 100 pop albums were discounted to $4.99 and advertised in a banner ad that appears at the top of the front page of the Store, directing consumers to “$4.99 Pop Albums at a Great Price.”

                As generally happens with deeply discounted albums (most new titles sell for at least $9.99), they start to rise up the iTunes Store Top Albums list, since it reacts in real time to customers’ purchases. After that, fans of the divas took notice of the albums dotting the iTunes Store Top Albums list and began awareness campaigns on social media to drive attention to the albums. That promotion then helped engineer more sales for the albums, which brought them to the top 10 of the store. At that point, the albums got much wider attention, since the top 10 of the Top Albums list is visible on the front of the iTunes Store, and casual music fans likely saw the albums in the top 10 -- perhaps encouraging even more sales.

                E=MC2 debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart dated May 3, 2008. Bedtime Stories debuted and peaked at No. 3 (Nov. 12, 1994), and Control hit No. 1 on July 5, 1986. None of the albums are expected to re-enter next week’s Billboard 200 chart, despite their surge on the iTunes Store.

                https://www.billboard.com/articles/b...s-itunes-store

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                • Tomer_MC
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                  Great for E=MC˛!
                  so, it takes just 1,000 digital copies to be #1 on iTunes album chart without a new release.. wow.

              • 2K copies (in the US) is pretty good for a fan campaign.

                I do think Keith should’ve done a better job contextualising the campaign origins to lambs though.

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                • #10
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                  My Queen! My Goddess! My Idol!
                  Forever and always!

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                  • iTunes US - Albums

                    8 - Charmbracelet
                    77 - E=MC2
                    832 - Greatest Hits
                    1044 - The Emancipation of Mimi

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                    • 2,000 copies for E=MC˛ is fantastic and further proves that a #1 on Itunes still sells around 400 copies per day.
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                      • Good numbers for Einstein and it looks like Charmbracelet is rising too, up to #7 now! If they're going to discount another album next week, Caution would be a great option

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                        • ^"They" is iTunes.

                          From the article above:

                          "...and it was a particularly soft week for new releases on April 24. The trio of albums were part of an iTunes Store promotion where more than 100 pop albums were discounted to $4.99 and advertised in a banner ad that appears at the top of the front page of the Store, directing consumers to “$4.99 Pop Albums at a Great Price.”"

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                          • Btw, I wouldn't classify Charmbracelet as a discount. The album has been $5.99 for ages and one may argue it is the set price of the album. Same for Glitter.

                            Important context as well is that none of these catalog rises are from her current label, Sony. Both Def Jam.

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                            • Originally posted by bm08 View Post
                              Btw, I wouldn't classify Charmbracelet as a discount. The album has been $5.99 for ages and one may argue it is the set price of the album. Same for Glitter.

                              Important context as well is that none of these catalog rises are from her current label, Sony. Both Def Jam.
                              time for Island then to invest in her re-certs... Memoirs must have surpassed 1xP status now and they could re-certify it.
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                              • Originally posted by stevyy View Post
                                2,000 copies for E=MC˛ is fantastic and further proves that a #1 on Itunes still sells around 400 copies per day.
                                How did you arrive at that conclusion? All the article states is that the album sold 1,000 copies on April 27th...

                                Good for E=MC2 though, underrated album but proof that iTunes is on its last legs (not to take anything away from the success of this campaign).

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                                • Well it's in the Top 5 now!

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                                  • Worldwide iTunes Albums Chart: #98 (NEW) Charmbracelet
                                    Britney Spears • Janet Jackson • Christina Aguilera • Michael Jackson • Selena Gomez • Hilary Duff • Taylor Swift • Justin Timberlake

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                                    • iTunes USA

                                      https://kworb.net/charts/aitunes/us.html

                                      6. Mariah Carey - Charmbracelet

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                                          • Wow!
                                            #66. I thought it would be lower.
                                            Great result.

                                            Waiting for the R&B charts update.

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                                            • Good placement for E=MC˛. Congrats MC!

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                                              • nice re-entry on the sales chart.
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                                                  • Go obsessed!

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                                                    • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                                                      Wow!
                                                      #66. I thought it would be lower.
                                                      Great result.

                                                      Waiting for the R&B charts update.
                                                      Did it end up not entering the R&B chart?

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                                                      • Originally posted by myworld View Post

                                                        Did it end up not entering the R&B chart?

                                                        Maybe the R&B sales charts, but not the main ones.

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                                                        • ^They don't compile the R&B sales chart anymore.

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                                                          • Originally posted by thebigham View Post
                                                            ^They don't compile the R&B sales chart anymore.
                                                            Not even R&B/Hip-Hop Album Sales?

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