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  • IRELAND (Midweeks)
    #2 Greatest Hits
    #5 Spice
    #15 SpiceWorld

    #40 Wannabe
    #45 SUYL
    #51 Stop


    Biggest tour effect I’ve ever seen...

    UK (Midweeks)
    #32 Greatest Hits

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    • Ireland

      #62 Wannabe
      #72 Spice Up Your Life
      #80 Stop

      #3 Greatest Hits
      #17 Spice
      #24 Spiceworld

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      • Great results!

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        • Incredible!

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          • That is an amazing result! Obviously Ireland is not the biggest music market in the world, but to see Spice back in the top 20! 23 years after release and a record that has sold soo much already, is pretty insane.
            i wanna see you on your knees, wanna see you begging

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            • UK Album Chart
              #24 Spice Girls Greatest Hits 3,070 (589,198)

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              • Brilliant! Although, thinking about it, it does seem like the GH never sold a lot. 600K for an album filled with so many massive hits seems super low.
                i wanna see you on your knees, wanna see you begging

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                • UK
                  16 (24) Greatest Hits

                  As their Spice World tour continues, The Spice Girls’ Greatest Hits jumps 24-16 (4,032 sales), achieving its highest chart position since it slipped 12-13 on its way down from its No.2 debut/peak in 2007.

                  Total: 593,230

                  Hopefully top 10 next week.
                  2xPlatinum in 2 weeks.

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                  • Emma, Geri, Mel B and Melanie C are currently wowing audiences and critics across the UK on their Spice World 2019 stadium tour, and tonight sees them begin their final three shows at London’s iconic Wembley Stadium. At the end of the tour the band will have played to over 700,000 fans in three weeks.

                    They now have more cause to celebrate as the Official Charts Company can confirm that Wannabe is the biggest girl band single in the UK of all time, while its parent album Spice takes the honour of the biggest girl band album of all time.


                    The group’s 1996 debut single leads our newly unveiled chart of the Official Top 100 girl group singles of the last 25 years with an impressive 1.7 million combined sales, taking in physical, download and streaming equivalent sales. The track spent seven weeks at Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart and instantly turned them into a global phenomenon.


                    All of Spice Girls’ record nine Number 1 singles appear in the Top 100, with four featuring in the Top 20. 2 Become 1 – the Official Christmas Number 1 in 1996 – is their second biggest single (eighth overall), followed by Say You’ll Be There (12th overall) and 1998 Christmas chart-topper Goodbye (17th).


                    The Spice Girls’ music is also performing well in the streaming era. Their music has racked up 172 million streams across their catalogue since records began in 2014 as fans re-live the group’s hits and watch their music videos, recently remastered in 4K.


                    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-years__26540/

                    Spice Girls’ first two studio albums Spice and Spiceworld take the Top 2 positions on the biggest girl band studio albums of the last 25 years. Spice – which spent 15 weeks at Number 1 on the Official Albums Chart - has notched up 2.98 million combined sales, followed by Spiceworld on 1.6 million.

                    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-years__26546/

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                    • That list just shows how easy it is with streaming these days. To see Little Mix' Power above songs like Say You'll Be There, Sound Of The Underground and 2 Become 1 is almost hilarious..

                      Greatest Hits down to #24 this week on the UK charts, I had actually expected it to climb with all the concert coverage this week, but obviously still a good result. Every sale it not gets is a massive bonus.
                      i wanna see you on your knees, wanna see you begging

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                      • Originally posted by Fan View Post
                        That list just shows how easy it is with streaming these days. To see Little Mix' Power above songs like Say You'll Be There, Sound Of The Underground and 2 Become 1 is almost hilarious..
                        That's the thing. Due to this streaming era, it's easier for artists to have a success faster but they're also forgotten quite fast too. I really don't know any songs by Little Mix. Yet they are successful. People stream it, make it successful but then quickly go to the next song and stream that one. It's not to be compared with purchasing something and really listening to just that because you actually made the effort to go out of your house and buy it.

                        In 20 years, we'll still remember the Spice Girls songs but these new Girl bands? I really doubt it.

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                        • I was expecting a bigger impact on Itunes UK after these 3 shows.

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                          • Originally posted by Fan View Post
                            That is an amazing result! Obviously Ireland is not the biggest music market in the world, but to see Spice back in the top 20! 23 years after release and a record that has sold soo much already, is pretty insane.
                            They should have remixed or did a tour single at least
                            Forever Young

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

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                              • and a record that will NEVER be broken
                                Forever Young

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                                  • Originally posted by Loveguru View Post
                                    and a record that will NEVER be broken
                                    So true <3

                                    And good to see the Greatest Hits album has finally reached the 2x platina status. Not only did the tour itself do very well, it also helped shifting quite a bit of extra records and gotten them millions of streams as well.
                                    i wanna see you on your knees, wanna see you begging

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                                    • Originally posted by Fan View Post
                                      Brilliant! Although, thinking about it, it does seem like the GH never sold a lot. 600K for an album filled with so many massive hits seems super low.
                                      It would have probably done a little better had it been released in 2001 to mark five years in the industry.

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                                      • They should issue deluxe editions of their three albums with B-sides, live tracks, demos, outtakes and remixes included.

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                                        • ITALY
                                          Wannabe
                                          Spice girls
                                          Virgin
                                          platino
                                          2019

                                          Certified Platinum for 50k units sold (since 2014)

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                                          • Billboard Boxscore

                                            1 Spice Girls Wembley Stadium London June 13-15, 2019 $27,571,100
                                            221,971 /221,971 3 / 3 $124.22 SJM Concerts

                                            3 Spice Girls Etihad Stadium Manchester, England May 29-June 1, 2019 $16,507,300
                                            150,955 /150,955 3 / 3 $109.35 SJM Concerts

                                            8 Spice Girls Croke Park Dublin, Ireland May 24, 2019 $8,070,740
                                            74,186 /74,186 1 / 1 $108.79 MCD

                                            10 Spice Girls Ricoh Arena Coventry, England June 3-4, 2019 $7,168,390
                                            69,748 /69,748 2 / 2 $102.77 SJM Concerts

                                            13 Spice Girls Murrayfield Stadium Edinburgh, Scotland June 8, 2019 $6,038,050
                                            55,211 /55,211 1 / 1 $109.37 SJM Concerts

                                            16 Spice Girls Principality Stadium Cardiff, Wales May 27, 2019 $4,716,720
                                            50,215 /50,215 1 / 1 $93.94 SJM Concerts

                                            17 Spice Girls Stadium of Light Sunderland, England June 6, 2019 $4,512,900
                                            45,429 /45,429 1 / 1 $99.34 SJM Concerts

                                            22 Spice Girls Ashton Gate Stadium Bristol, England June 10, 2019 $3,618,380
                                            29,642 /29,642 1 / 1 $122.07 SJM Concerts


                                            https://www.billboard.com/biz/current-boxscore

                                            Sold Out Shows: 13/13
                                            Total gross: $78,203,580
                                            Attendance: 697,357

                                            Average gross: $6,015,660
                                            Average atttendance: 53,643
                                            Average ticket price: $112.14



                                            HUGE

                                            Seriously, those London boxscores!

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                                            • indeed massive! I wasn't expecting this at all
                                              You got me feeling hella good, so let's just keep on dancin...

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                                              • Spice Girls Earn $78 Million On 2019 Reunion Tour

                                                Four of the five Spices return to the stage, averaging more than $6 million and 50,000 tickets per show on U.K./Ireland stadium trek.

                                                After an 11-year hiatus, the Spice Girls returned to the stage to perform 13 concerts in England, Ireland, Scotland, and Wales for The Spice World 2019 Tour. The trek impacts the Hot Tours recap dated June 29, 2019 at No. 2. All told, the tour grossed a colossal $78.2 million and sold 697,357 tickets according to figures reported to Boxscore.

                                                Ten of the 13 dates on the trek were in the group’s native England. There, Scary, Sporty, Baby, and Ginger grossed $7.2 million over two nights at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena (June 3-4), $16.5 million over three nights at Manchester’s Etihad Stadium (May 29–June 1), and a monstrous $27.6 million over three nights at London’s Wembley Stadium (June 13-15).
                                                The Wembley Stadium engagement hits No. 1 on this week’s Current Boxscore chart and is the highest-grossing engagement of 2019 so far. It is the fourth-highest grossing engagement in the venue’s reported history, behind fellow Brits Take That ($61.7 million; June 30-July 9, 2011), Ed Sheeran ($28.8 million; June 14-17, 2018), and Coldplay ($28.8 million; June 15-19, 2016). All three of these engagements finished as the top boxscore of their respective years.

                                                The Spice Girls first debuted on the Billboard charts when “Wannabe” arrived at No. 60 on the Radio Songs chart on Jan. 4, 1997 before peaking at No. 6 and spending four weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100. They went on to dominate pop culture in the late ‘90s with 1997’s No. 1 Billboard 200 Album Spice, a worldwide tour that grossed $17.8 million the following year, and an endlessly quotable film to boot.
                                                The Girls made their first comeback with The Return of the Spice Girls Tour in 2007-08. They grossed $70.1 million and sold 581,066 tickets from a reported 45 dates (of 47) on their worldwide trek.

                                                Confined to just 13 dates, mostly in the United Kingdom, the Fab Four (sans Posh Spice) outdid themselves with their 2019 run. The 2007-08 arena tour, successful as it was, averaged $1.6 million and 12,913 tickets per night. Their recent May and June dates scaled to stadiums, pacing $6 million and 53,643 tickets each show.
                                                https://www.billboard.com/articles/c...9-reunion-tour


                                                Anyone with Access to Pollstar database ( [MENTION=35001]Instinct[/MENTION] or @matheusbelmont ) has boxscore figures for their 1998 tour?
                                                On wiki there's a source for a Rolling Stone article from back in the day claiming $60 million for the North American leg, which I don't believe, huge figures for a 1998 tour and not expensive tickets, and now this Billboard article says 17.8 million, which cannot be right either for a 97 dates world tour, including 4 stadium dates, even in 1998. I guess Billboard only has a few dates boxscores.

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                                                • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                                                  https://www.billboard.com/articles/c...9-reunion-tour


                                                  Anyone with Access to Pollstar database ( [MENTION=35001]Instinct[/MENTION] or @matheusbelmont ) has boxscore figures for their 1998 tour?
                                                  On wiki there's a source for a Rolling Stone article from back in the day claiming $60 million for the North American leg, which I don't believe, huge figures for a 1998 tour and not expensive tickets, and now this Billboard article says 17.8 million, which cannot be right either for a 97 dates world tour, including 4 stadium dates, even in 1998. I guess Billboard only has a few dates boxscores.
                                                  I checked, but unfortunately, Pollstar reports shows from 1999 onwards and the tour ended in September 1998. Very annoying.

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                                                  • Originally posted by nympho View Post
                                                    https://www.billboard.com/articles/c...9-reunion-tour


                                                    Anyone with Access to Pollstar database ( [MENTION=35001]Instinct[/MENTION] or @matheusbelmont ) has boxscore figures for their 1998 tour?
                                                    On wiki there's a source for a Rolling Stone article from back in the day claiming $60 million for the North American leg, which I don't believe, huge figures for a 1998 tour and not expensive tickets, and now this Billboard article says 17.8 million, which cannot be right either for a 97 dates world tour, including 4 stadium dates, even in 1998. I guess Billboard only has a few dates boxscores.
                                                    There is no boxscores from their tour in 1998 on Pollstar. And yeah the $60 million from the North American leg is unreliable.

                                                    The top grossing act in North America in 1998 was Elton John with $46 million and the #10 was Rolling Stones with $32 million, so it isn't possible. Not to mention that it would bring an average gross of $1.4 million in a amphitheatre-tour and they barely grossed that much on the highest-grossing show in North America 10 years later, and not even Madonna back in 1998 moved that much in a single night in a arena show.

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