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  • CANADA
    17 (17) 45 ASIB

    24 (24) 46 Shallow

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    • Britney Spears • Janet Jackson • Christina Aguilera • Michael Jackson • Selena Gomez • Hilary Duff • Taylor Swift • Justin Timberlake

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      • Originally posted by JeremySpears View Post
        As it fell below #50 this week, it went recurrent.

        Hot 100 Recurrents
        7 (New) Shallow

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        • Shallow's Canadian Units (est.)

          TOTAL: 836,000

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          • Originally posted by Million View Post
            Shallow's Canadian Units (est.)

            TOTAL: 836,000
            And still certified only 2xPlat for 160k...

            Gosh, they’re a mess.

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            • Originally posted by Kevinmakeme View Post
              Wow that is incredible for gaga
              Forever Young

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              • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                And still certified only 2xPlat for 160k...

                Gosh, they’re a mess.
                Imagine Gaga on labels like Capitol, Republic or Atlantic? Gaga just doesn't leave Interscope because they were the first to give her a chance.

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                • ASIB's Global Sales as per ChartMasters

                  USA - 1.18M
                  Canada - 160k
                  UK - 360k
                  Germany - 225k
                  France - 260k
                  Italy - 50k
                  Spain - 17.5k
                  Netherlands - 25k
                  Sweden - 5k
                  Switzerland - 35k
                  Austria - 17.5k
                  Finland - 1k
                  Japan - 52.5k
                  Australia - 175k
                  New Zealand - 30k
                  Brazil - 10k
                  Mexico - 10k
                  Argentina - 5k

                  Total Overall: 2.93M

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                  • Originally posted by CRYPTIQUE View Post
                    ASIB's Global Sales as per ChartMasters

                    USA - 1.18M
                    Canada - 160k
                    UK - 360k
                    Germany - 225k
                    France - 260k
                    Italy - 50k
                    Spain - 17.5k
                    Netherlands - 25k
                    Sweden - 5k
                    Switzerland - 35k
                    Austria - 17.5k
                    Finland - 1k
                    Japan - 52.5k
                    Australia - 175k
                    New Zealand - 30k
                    Brazil - 10k
                    Mexico - 10k
                    Argentina - 5k

                    Total Overall: 2.93M
                    Pure sales.

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                    • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                      Pure sales.
                      Yup.. Pure Sales..
                      CSPC is at 5.93M

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                      • Spain
                        11 (10) 45 ASIB

                        73 (74) 46 Shallow

                        Denmark
                        9 (8) 40 ASIB

                        29 (31) 36 Shallow

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                        • Switzerland Year-End pred. (2019) - week 33

                          1. Shallow - 3091 points
                          2. Calma - 2892 points
                          3. ARUTW - 2648 points
                          4. Con Calma - 2631 points
                          5. Sweet But Psycho - 2621 points
                          6. Someone You Loved - 2505 points
                          7. Bad Liar - 2406 points
                          8. Baila Baila Baila - 2277 points
                          9. High Hopes - 2255 points
                          10. Giant - 2231 points

                          Spoiler!

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                          • Originally posted by Tansike View Post
                            Swiss Singles Charts

                            13 (15) 46 Shallow
                            24 (32) 45 Always Remember Us This Way
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                            Swiss Album Charts

                            9 (7) 45 A Star Is Born

                            Three debuts above!

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                            • France
                              48 (57) 46 Shallow
                              53 (60) 44 ARUTW

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                              • Gaga's update on chartmasters is full of errors, I will only point three:

                                1. She had 202 points based on his "ASR" method and now she only has 159 points AFTER the ASIB era.

                                2. The sum of ARTPOP singles has decreased by 20,000 copies AFTER 18 months since the last update (contrary to the logic that this would increase over time, he also ignored the boost of the ASIB era + the DWUW controversy that made both versions return to the top 100 of iTunes US earlier this year)

                                3. The lack of shame continues with another joke:

                                Sales of singles like Telephone and Video Phone are HIGHER in Beyoncé's article than in Gaga's UPDATED article. In Gaga's article he has these same songs with SMALLER numbers and on and on...

                                This really shows his true colors
                                Last edited by Million; Wed August 21st, 2019, 06:54.

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                                • ^
                                  Shouldn’t even bother with that guy... Someone who says IFPI, Soundscand and Billboard numbers shouldn’t be trusted, but his numbers are the real deal.
                                  He’s been exposed many times. And with real facts.
                                  He’ll keep inflating those artists whose fans kiss his ass and increase his ego (and his webs visits!)...

                                  Better not even talking about him here anymore.

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                                  • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                                    ^
                                    Shouldn’t even bother with that guy... Someone who says IFPI, Soundscand and Billboard numbers shouldn’t be trusted, but his numbers are the real deal.
                                    He’s been exposed many times. And with real facts.
                                    He’ll keep inflating those artists whose fans kiss his ass and increase his ego (and his webs visits!)...

                                    Better not even talking about him here anymore.
                                    No wonder why he is getting backlash right now on twitter. This is the last time I checked his junk site full of fake information. Let's put him around the corner and move on since he's not even an official source. End of talk.

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                                    • Originally posted by kékette View Post
                                      France
                                      48 (57) 46 Shallow
                                      53 (60) 44 ARUTW
                                      10 (9) 44 ASIB

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                                      • Austria
                                        21 (25) 44 ASIB

                                        48 (54) 45 Shallow

                                        Iceland
                                        27 (28) 44 ASIB

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                                        • Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper's 'Shallow' Wraps Hot 100 Run as Longest-Charting Best Original Song Winner
                                          8/22/2019 by Monica Morales

                                          The ballad logged 45 weeks on the Hot 100, including one at No. 1.
                                          Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's "Shallow" departs the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Aug. 24), but leaves behind a record-setting legacy on the ranking.

                                          The song, from A Star Is Born, co-starring Gaga and Cooper (the film's director), totaled 45 weeks on the Hot 100, the most for an Academy Award winner for best original song, including a week at No. 1 on the chart dated March 9, after it won the Oscar in the category on Feb. 24.

                                          The best original song Oscar is awarded annually to the writers of the song voted the best composition authored specifically for a motion picture.

                                          "Shallow" bested the 33-week Hot 100 run of Idina Menzel's best original song winner "Let It Go," with the latter ballad, from Frozen, having hit No. 5 in 2014.

                                          (Per chart rules, descending songs are removed from the Hot 100 after 20 weeks if below No. 50 or after 52 weeks if below No. 25.)
                                          "Shallow" became Gaga's fourth Hot 100 No. 1, and first since "Born This Way" in 2011, and Cooper's first, as well as the 17th best original song Oscar winner to crown the Hot 100.

                                          Meanwhile, parent album the A Star Is Born soundtrack topped the Billboard 200 for four weeks beginning in October 2018 and has earned 2.1 million equivalent album units to date, according to Nielsen Music.

                                          The latest movie incarnation of A Star Is Born (the original premiered in 1937) incorporates drama, romance and intense emotional knockouts, while examining such issues as fame, substance abuse and suicide. The film highlights the deep emotional connection between Gaga's Ally and Cooper's Jackson Maine and their beautifully bittersweet journey as one artist's dreams ascend and the other's decline within the music industry.

                                          Here is a look at the longest-charting best original song Oscar winners on the Hot 100, dating to the chart's Aug. 4, 1958, inception (and acknowledging that songs have averaged more weeks on the Hot 100 in more recent years than, especially, before the chart adopted Nielsen Music data in 1991).

                                          Notably, two A Star Is Born songs make the list, as "Shallow" is joined by Barbra Streisand's 1977 No. 1 "Evergreen."

                                          Weeks on Hot 100, Title, Artist(s), Oscar-Winning Film, Peak Pos., Year
                                          45 weeks, "Shallow," Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born, No. 1, one week, 2019
                                          33 weeks, "Let It Go," Idina Menzel, Frozen, No. 5, 2014
                                          26 weeks, "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," Elton John, The Lion King, No. 4, 1994
                                          26 weeks, "I Just Called to Say I Love You," Stevie Wonder, The Woman in Red, No. 1, three weeks, 1984
                                          26 weeks, "Moon River," Henry Mancini and His Orchestra, Breakfast at Tiffany's, No. 1, one week, 1961
                                          25 weeks, "Flashdance...What a Feeling," Irene Cara, Flashdance, No. 1, six weeks, 1983
                                          25 weeks, "You Light Up My Life," Debby Boone, You Light Up My Life, No. 1, 10 weeks, 1977
                                          25 weeks, "Evergreen (Love Theme From A Star Is Born)," Barbra Streisand, A Star Is Born, No. 1, three weeks, 1977
                                          23 weeks, "Lose Yourself," Eminem, 8 Mile, No. 1, 12 weeks, 2002-03
                                          23 weeks, "Up Where We Belong," Joe Cocker & Jennifer Warnes, An Officer and a Gentleman, No. 1, three weeks, 1982
                                          23 weeks, "The Way We Were," Barbra Streisand, The Way We Were, No. 1, three weeks, 1974
                                          https://www.billboard.com/articles/b...-oscars-record

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                                          • Belgium

                                            Flanders
                                            7 (10) 46 ASIB

                                            40 (31) 27 ARUTW

                                            Wallonia
                                            17 (9) 46 ASIB

                                            28 (26) 25 ARUTW

                                            ARUTW is now certified Platinum in Belgium.

                                            Sweden

                                            1 (1) 46 ASIB

                                            38 (34) 47 Shallow
                                            73 (72) 45 ARUTW

                                            Norway

                                            4 (6) 46 ASIB

                                            19 (20) 44 Shallow

                                            Ireland

                                            16 (19) 46 ASIB

                                            52 (52) 47 Shallow

                                            Germany

                                            65 (58) 46 ASIB

                                            69 (66) 47 Shallow
                                            Last edited by Moella; Fri August 23rd, 2019, 15:08.

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                                            • Still top 10 in France at #9

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                                              • Originally posted by ViviLittleM View Post
                                                Still top 10 in France at #9
                                                39 WEEKS IN TOP 10!

                                                Her haters right now:

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                                                • Originally posted by Million View Post
                                                  39 WEEKS IN TOP 10!

                                                  Her haters right now:
                                                  I wish we had some shows there... ugh it hurts

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                                                  • Originally posted by ViviLittleM View Post
                                                    I wish we had some shows there... ugh it hurts
                                                    God writes straight with crooked lines.

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                                                    • UK
                                                      25 (16) 46 ASIB

                                                      57 (56) 47 Shallow

                                                      Italy
                                                      31 (34) 46 ASIB

                                                      79 (78) 47 Shallow

                                                      Netherlands

                                                      73 (71) 46 Shallow
                                                      Last edited by Moella; Fri August 23rd, 2019, 23:37.

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                                                      • NEW ZEALAND
                                                        19 (22) 46 ASIB

                                                        33 (31) 45 Shallow

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                                                        • AUSTRALIA
                                                          6 (5) 46 ASIB

                                                          32 (30) 46 Shallow

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                                                          • Was the movie big in France?
                                                            Cha Cha Instructor

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                                                            • Originally posted by spiritboy View Post
                                                              Was the movie big in France?
                                                              For a 4th remake and the type of movie yes.
                                                              2M tickets sold.

                                                              Not a big smash like Disney Films or French films but still a good success

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