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    Robbie Williams announces festive album The Christmas Present and massive UK show




    Robbie Williams has announced details of his new Christmas album. The British singer will release a double album of festive covers and original songs, called The Christmas Present, on November 22.
    The announcement arrives after news that Robbie will sing the theme song for Channel 4's Christmas TV adaptation of classic children's book The Tiger Came To Tea. The track Robbie will sing for the half-hour film is called Hey Tiger!.
    The first half of the new record, called Christmas Past, is a collection of festive covers including Winter Wonderland, Santa Baby and It's A Wonderful featuring Robbie's dad Peter Conway. The second half, Christmas Future, features new songs and incudes guest appearances from Rod Stewart, Bryan Adams and Tyson Fury.

    Robbie Williams - The Christmas Presents Chart Run

    #1 Austrian Album Charts (1-)
    #1 UK Album Charts (2-1-)
    #1 Australian Album Charts (2-1)
    #2 Scottish Album Charts (2-2)
    #2 Swiss Album Charts (2-)
    #2 New Zealand Album Charts (3-2)
    #2 German Album Charts (2-2)
    #6 Netherland Album Charts (6-12)
    #7 Belgium Flanders (7-10)
    #7 Ireland Album Charts (7-11)
    #10 Italian Album Charts (10-14)
    #11 Polish Album Charts (11-)
    #12 Hungarian Album Charts (12-)
    #17 Danish Album Charts (17-)
    #18 Czech Republic Album Charts (18-25)
    #21 Belgium Wallonia (21-28)
    #31 Sweden Album Charts (31-41)
    #50 Finnish Album Charts (50-)

    SALES

    UK Total Sales (120,091)
    week 1 (67,182) (9,661 cassettes) #2
    week 2 (52,909 units) (2,243 streams) #1

    WORLDWIDE SALES
    week 1 (118.000 sales)

    CERTIFICATION

    UK BPI (GOLD)
    Last edited by akQ123; Tue December 10th, 2019, 17:23.

  • #2
    Hello everyone, hopefully everyone can help and share anything related to Robbie Williams new album 'The Christmas Present' here. Still new here at the UKMIX

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    • #3
      Album: The Christmas Present

      iTunes:
      #1 Austria
      #1 Finland
      #1 Germany
      #2 Luxembourg
      #2 Switzerland
      #3 United Kingdom
      #3 Netherlands
      #4 Norway
      #5 Australia
      #5 New Zealand
      #6 Ireland
      #6 Russia
      #7 Belgium
      #7 Denmark
      #7 Italy
      #23 Greece
      #23 Latvia
      #24 France
      #33 Hungary
      #38 Romania
      #49 Slovakia
      #59 Lithuania
      #62 United Kingdom
      #62 Malta
      #72 Belarus
      #94 Canada
      #102 Czech Republic
      #106 Estonia
      #108 Ukraine
      #113 Macau
      #146 Kazakhstan
      #175 Poland
      #198 United States
      Apple Music:
      #3 Austria
      #3 Germany
      #4 Luxembourg
      #6 Hungary
      #7 Netherlands
      #8 Lithuania
      #8 Malta
      #10 United Kingdom
      #10 Estonia
      #11 Finland
      #12 Belarus
      #12 Bulgaria
      #12 Denmark
      #12 Switzerland
      #13 Greece
      #13 Romania
      #15 Norway
      #17 New Zealand
      #19 Sweden
      #20 Poland
      #21 Vietnam
      #23 Cyprus
      #25 Slovakia
      #27 Ireland
      #31 Latvia
      #31 Slovenia
      #32 Australia
      #33 Czech Republic
      #36 Italy
      #40 Portugal
      #49 Indonesia
      #55 Singapore
      #57 Belgium
      #76 Mexico
      #79 Panama
      #81 Spain
      #84 Ukraine
      #90 Hong Kong
      #96 Guatemala
      #106 Malaysia
      #112 Cambodia
      #116 Turkey
      #128 Egypt
      #128 Russia
      #137 Taiwan
      #142 Thailand
      #154 Macau
      #182 Philippines
      #231 France
      #232 India

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      • #4
        So, apparently Robbie will go head to head with Coldplay new album this week in the UK

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        • #5
          Monday 25 November UK Album Chart Update

          1 Coldplay - Everyday Life * [52.6k]
          2 Robbie Williams - The Christmas Present * [48.3k]
          3 Rod Stewart - You're In My Heart * [20.1k]

          *4k ahead of Coldplay.
          *Robbie Williams is currently leading the physical sales format while Coldplay lead the download sales.

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          • #6
            Coldplay and Robbie Williams battle for Number 1 on this week’s Official Albums Chart

            Two chart titans with 19 UK Number 1 albums between them are going head-to-head for chart supremacy this week.

            Coldplay lead today’s Official Albums Chart Update with their eighth studio album Everyday Life, ahead by 4,000 chart sales. Across the weekend, the Chris Martin-fronted band have scored the most digital downloads. All seven of Coldplay’s previous studio albums have reached Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart.

            Snapping at their heels this week is chart legend Robbie Williams at Number 2. Rob’s first festive album The Christmas Present is the best-selling album of the week so far on physical formats. Initial sales updates had Robbie ahead of Coldplay – can The Christmas Present regain its earlier momentum to give Robbie his 13th UK Number 1 album? If he’s able to do it, he’ll match Elvis’ all-time record for the most chart-topping albums by a solo artist.

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            • #7
              UK Midweek Chart.

              Albums

              1 Coldplay - Everyday Life * [63.2k]
              2 Robbie Williams - The Christmas Present * [53.4k]

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              • #8
                my est. for the first week is still 83k.
                My Chart

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                • #9
                  it appears as though both Albums may be certified BPI Gold in their first week for 100.000+ shipped so it will be interesting to watch over the last few weeks of the year
                  "the love of a mothers life is her child/children"

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                  • #10
                    surely, Robbie will be number two this week. Still, massive sales

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                    • #11
                      I'm sure he has a shot of climbing to #1 at some point of december.

                      I predict sales of 380k+ at the end of the year. Maybe 400k.

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                      • #12
                        German Midweek Charts

                        2 (NEW) The Christmas Present

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Tansike View Post
                          German Midweek Charts

                          2 (NEW) The Christmas Present
                          who's at number one?

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                          • #14
                            The first solo LP of Rammstein's front singer.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Bennyyyyy View Post
                              The first solo LP of Rammstein's front singer.
                              It's the second

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                              • #16
                                eew, I hope he gets the #1 in Germany.
                                My Chart

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                                • #17
                                  UK Midweek Chart.

                                  Albums

                                  1 Coldplay - Everyday Life * [68.0k]
                                  2 Robbie Williams - The Christmas Present * [57.1k]

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                                  • #18
                                    Robbie will end up with 65k sales I guess for this week. . not bad for a christmas album, expect sales will boost week leading up to the christmas week

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                                    • #19
                                      UK Midweek Chart.
                                      Albums

                                      1 Coldplay - Everyday Life (74.7k) *
                                      2 Robbie Williams - The Christmas Present (60.5k) *

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                                      • #20
                                        He is actually going to open with similar numbers to his last album in 2016 which was 67k not bad considering the decline in the market since then

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                                        • #21
                                          Netherlands
                                          6 (NEW) The Christmas Present

                                          Belgium Flanders
                                          7 (NEW) The Christmas Present

                                          Belgium Wallonia
                                          21 (NEW) The Christmas Present

                                          Germany
                                          2 (NEW) The Christmas Present

                                          Sweden
                                          31 (NEW) The Christmas Present

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                                          • #22
                                            Ireland
                                            7 (NEW) The Christmas Present

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                                            • #23
                                              Italy
                                              10 (NEW) The Christmas Present

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                                              • #24
                                                UK

                                                Robbie Williams The Christmas Present Columbia Silver Album 29.11.2019

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                                                • #25
                                                  I am beyond disappointed by the debut in Germany. ONLY #2... God.
                                                  My Chart

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