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  • Originally posted by thebigham
    Metallica has been re-certified 15xp by the RIAA.
    Maybe their record company wanted it's certification to be up to date, when it's announced as the biggest album of the SS era! (likely to happen later this year)
    Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

    Let there be rock!

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    • Highest certified single albums in the US:

      (rank, rel. year, cert. year, artist, title, units)

      1 1976 2006 The Eagles Greatest Hits 71-75 29,000,000
      2 1982 2009 Michael Jackson Thriller 29,000,000

      3 1971 2006 Led Zeppelin IV 23,000,000

      4 1980 2007 AC/DC Back in Black 22,000,000

      5 1997 2004 Shania Twain Come On Over 20,000,000

      6 1977 2003 Fleetwood Mac Rumours 19,000,000

      7 1987 2008 Guns n Roses Appetite For Destruction 18,000,000

      8 1992 1999 Whitney Houston The Bodyguard 17,000,000
      9 1976 2003 Boston Boston 17,000,000
      10 1990 2006 Garth Brooks No Fences 17,000,000 ***

      11 1995 1998 Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill 16,000,000
      12 1994 1999 Hootie & Blowfish Cracked Rear View 16,000,000
      13 1976 2001 The Eagles Hotel California 16,000,000
      14 1974 2003 Elton John Greatest Hits 16,000,000

      15 1984 1995 Bruce Springsteen Born in the USA 15,000,000
      16 1973 1998 Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon 15,000,000
      17 1999 2003 Santana Supernatural 15,000,000
      18 1988 2008 Journey Greatest Hits 15,000,000
      19 1991 2009 Metallica Metallica 15,000,000

      *** Includes units part of a box-set.
      Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

      Let there be rock!

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      • Argentina
        DVD
        biweekly sales chart
        (first part of december)

        1 Orgullo Pasión Y Gloria
        (METALLICA)
        Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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        • Argentina
          weekly shipments chart
          13/12/2009 19/12/2009


          tw lw1 lw2

          2 - - Orgullo Pasión Y Gloria Dx
          (METALLICA)
          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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          • Sales for the following albums as of 12/20:

            01. "Metallica" (1991): 15,490,000
            02. "…And Justice for All" (1988): 5,330,000
            03. "Load" (1996): 5,049,000
            04. "Master of Puppets" (1986): 4,578,000
            05. "Ride the Lightning" (1984): 4,334,000
            06. "Reload" (1997): 4,036,000
            07. "Death Magnetic" (2008): 1,853,000

            Source: http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbe ... mID=132493

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            • With the new info that has come to light, I thought I would look back at Dane's assessment of the certification levels for these Metallica albums and see how much closer they are to being due for an update:

              Ride The Lightning: Currently 5xPlatinum (last certified August 2003). This album had sold 598,000 copies between August 2003 and September 2008. 15 months later, it had sold another 122,000 copies for a total of 720,000 since August 2003. It's probably still a bit too early for this one to be updated but should be eligible within the next couple of years.

              Master Of Puppets: Currently 6xPlatinum (last certified August 2003). This album had sold 812,000 copies between August 2003 and September 2008. 15 months later, it had sold another 147,000 copies for a total of 959,000 since August 2003. I'd say this one is almost certainly ready for an update and it definitely will be eligible by the end of next year if it still hasn't been done by then.

              ...And Justice For All: Currently 8xPlatinum (last certified August 2003). This album had sold 771,000 copies between August 2003 and September 2008. 15 months later, it had sold another 148,000 copes for a total of 919,000 since August 2003. I also think this one is due for an update and that will certainly be the case in 12 months if it is left alone for now.

              Metallica: Currently 15xPlatinum (last certified November 2009). This album had sold 1,400,000 between January 2004 and July 2008. 17 months later, it had sold another 290,000 copies for a total of 1,690,000 since January 2004. As we can see, the album was updated last month so there is no need for an update for a while. Based on current sales trends, it should be eligible for 16xPlatinum in the next 4-5 years.

              Load: Currently 5xPlatinum (last certified August 2003). This album had sold 4,909,000 in December 2005. 4 years later, it had sold another 140,000 copies. This album is obviously a much weaker catalog seller than their first 5 album and, based on its current sales trend, is unlikely to need updating for about 30 years!

              ReLoad: Currently 3xPlatinum (last certified November 1998). This album had sold 3,882,000 in December 2005. 4 years later, it had sold another 154,000 copies. This album is now due an update. Interestingly, it sells a bit better than its predecessor. Once it is upgraded to 4xPlatinum, it won't need another update for about 25 years.

              No news on the rest of their albums although Kill 'Em All had sold 2,572,000 by June 2009. Here's my assessment of it:

              Kill 'Em All: Currently 3xPlatinum (last certified March 1999). This album had sold 731,000 copies between May 2000 and September 2008. 9 months later, it had sold another 56,000 copies for a total of 787,000 since May 2000. It's likely to have sold at least another 20,000 copies since then so it's total after 9 and a half years is surely over 800,000. I think this is due an update now.

              And I bet St. Anger has still sold less than 2 million. Death Magnetic will surpass it in actual sales within the next 12 months if it hasn't done so already.

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              • Originally posted by Priestfan
                Sales for the following albums as of 12/20:

                01. "Metallica" (1991): 15,490,000
                02. "…And Justice for All" (1988): 5,330,000
                03. "Load" (1996): 5,049,000
                04. "Master of Puppets" (1986): 4,578,000
                05. "Ride the Lightning" (1984): 4,334,000
                06. "Reload" (1997): 4,036,000
                07. "Death Magnetic" (2008): 1,853,000

                Source: http://www.roadrunnerrecords.com/blabbe ... mID=132493
                I reported this on the "Death Magnetic" topic forum. I'm so happy that Metallica have beaten Shania Twain, and by 3,000 copies!

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                • According to the facts and figures from 2008 to 2009, Metallica's self-titled album went from 15,319,000 to 15,490,000, which means it sold 171,000 more copies. Shania Twain's "Come on Over" goes from 15,473,000 to 15,487,000, which sold only 14,000 within a year. Doing the math, that means the Metboys have sold 157,000 more copies than the country gal's effort. At this rate, Metallica are unstoppable!

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                  • Originally posted by Priestfan
                    With the new info that has come to light, I thought I would look back at Dane's assessment of the certification levels for these Metallica albums and see how much closer they are to being due for an update:

                    Ride The Lightning: Currently 5xPlatinum (last certified August 2003). This album had sold 598,000 copies between August 2003 and September 2008. 15 months later, it had sold another 122,000 copies for a total of 720,000 since August 2003. It's probably still a bit too early for this one to be updated but should be eligible within the next couple of years.
                    RTL should be 6 M at 2003 ( you could read the discussion about this in previous page long time aga), so 6 years after that it's ready for 6x time platinum.
                    What make me confused, why the label only Certified the black album?CMIIW but certification a few album simultaneously can save money.

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                    • Originally posted by MetalBro4Life
                      According to the facts and figures from 2008 to 2009, Metallica's self-titled album went from 15,319,000 to 15,490,000, which means it sold 171,000 more copies. Shania Twain's "Come on Over" goes from 15,473,000 to 15,487,000, which sold only 14,000 within a year. Doing the math, that means the Metboys have sold 157,000 more copies than the country gal's effort. At this rate, Metallica are unstoppable!
                      Yeah we should be happy about this, but I am quite dissapointed that black album sales is declining year after year :-? of course in near future no catalogue album could compete black, but you see "Legend" is monster maybe after 10 years itu could be in top 3.( a few years ago, that thread also coming from beatles 1 and Darkside of the moon, but in last 2 years, their sales rate is not much different with black album)

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                      • Ohh Ride The Lightning 6 times platinum!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hope so, Soon Metallica will be in Chile
                        But that's the way I like it baby I don't want to live forever
                        and don't forget the joker

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                        • Originally posted by MetalBro4Life
                          According to the facts and figures from 2008 to 2009, Metallica's self-titled album went from 15,319,000 to 15,490,000, which means it sold 171,000 more copies. Shania Twain's "Come on Over" goes from 15,473,000 to 15,487,000, which sold only 14,000 within a year. Doing the math, that means the Metboys have sold 157,000 more copies than the country gal's effort. At this rate, Metallica are unstoppable!
                          Yes, I don't see any album ever overtaking 'Metallica' on the soundscan top seller list.
                          Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

                          Let there be rock!

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                          • What is this endless nonsense rubbish about "Selling out" or "betraying their fanbase"?. The best band of all times is the Beatles. They evolved 360 degrees during their careers. From the naivete of " I want to hold your hand" to "a day in the life". Music as any other craft, changes as the performes grow. Nothing alive stays the same. Evolution is basic Darwinism.
                            On free, natural species. In the other hand, Capitalism is an artificial domain. True artistic Freedom in a competitive industry is only fulfilled through power. Metallica has achieved the Power to gain the freedom to evolve as they please. Altough the marketing fellows behind such a colossal money building machine frown upon these endeavors. And yes, all the machinery behind Maiden, Megadeth, Slayer and Metallica is Marketing and Finance. Maiden doesn't model their records out of hand made clay on the backyard, as far as I know. They pay the piper: their agents, publicists, record companies,concert producers, arenas, etc..etc...so money needs to be made. If you want people in New Zealand to have the privilege to listen to good music you need money.
                            Old saps like Iron Maiden still sound and look the same because they cannot change!!. People don't like change and Iron Maiden cannot take the risk of loosing the fans they have,not because they love you,but because they distrust their music's ability to stand the test of time and their ability to adquire new followers, and pay for their new ferraris. Like classical music and Jazz, Outstanding rock is liked by new generations and socio-economic groups. If my dad had to keep the long hair due he sport during the 60s he'll shot himself!.

                            So they sound still like a rock musical from the 80s. Same clothes, same hair, same stage. As dramatic and opera-sounding as any broadway show.
                            As predictable as Cats.

                            Metallica is true heavy. We are not "afraid of the dark" or the superstitious redneck fear of the proverbial devil with the 666. Please!! grow up!.

                            Metallica fights, as all great artists do, what jeopardizes our well being and happiness.
                            True heavy lies on the depth and cleverness of the communication. Hence heavy music, could be classical or a beatles song.
                            Among repeating themes in Metallica's music are War and the complex lie supporting it. Also, Vicious cicles like self-pity and hard core drugs. Hard rock was born as a Halloween spectacle.
                            Metallica is the thinking man's group. We are afraid of War and the enemy within, the only real demon.

                            Metallica can afford the risk of "betraying" his "true" fans or what I would call changing their music for the pleasure of changing. Confident that they will draw, as they did with the masterpiece black album a whole new generation of fans, from old ages, that simply were more compatible with their new selves and new sound. They stopped that 80s moronic pissing contest of speed in trash metal by withdrawing with that burned.

                            So if you grow and start playing tennis instead of ping pong and you alienate your weak ping pong friends you are betraying them!. Please.

                            Metallica's changes opened the genre to a heavier meaning, of better lyrics and less but more meaningful riffs.
                            Opening the doors to curious metallica fans to hear maiden and other influences and allow these groups, unable to grow their aging "fanbase"...fanbase that they will sell if they could, to sell hundreds of thousands of extra records.

                            After Enter Sandman the emblematic song of their detractors, Record sales for other 80s groups rocketed proportionally.
                            Enter Sandman allegedly the soft sell out song, very well said by my fellow blogger, the mirror to Maiden's fear of the dark has a real dark content. So dark, it was used by US forces to torture Iraqui POWs. These according to the book that inspired the movie " The Men who stared at goats", with Clooney.

                            And Metallica never appeared with Bush or any other conservative politiician, the equivalent of tatcher.

                            In the End is a money game. And yes, they want and need to make money, irrespective of anyone else's criteria. Like you would if your family dislikes your current occupation that is feeding your children and giving you the life you'll always dreamed off. Or why they don't get rid of all the businessman behind them, knock the blow and chicks and return to play for dimes on the street. Sell out their things for you and your principles.

                            Would you do it...I bet you they wont!

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                            • According to Billboard magazine's year-end issue of 2009, Metallica's "World Magnetic Tour" ranks at #11 on the Top 25 Tours of 2009 chart, earning a total gross of $76,613,910.

                              In that same issue, they have earned a total gross of $227,568,718 and rank at #20 on the Top 25 Decade-End Tours chart, from 2000 to 2009.

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                              • Argentina
                                DVD
                                biweekly sales chart
                                (second part of december)

                                1 (1) Orgullo Pasión Y Gloria
                                (METALLICA)
                                Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                • hi someone knows about total us sales, with pre soundscan sales included?

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                                  • i d want know this information to understand how much black album helped the sales of their previews album...

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                                    • ^^

                                      A lot!
                                      If you look at Basil post on page one you'll see that most of their early albums total sales came after 1991:

                                      Originally posted by Basil
                                      Metallica US Shipments

                                      Original Studio Albums
                                      1983 1999 Kill 'Em All 3,000,000 2,526,000 nov 2008
                                      1984 2003 Ride the Lightning 5,000,000 4,225,000 nov 2008
                                      1986 2003 Master of Puppets 6,000,000 4,449,000 nov 2008
                                      1988 2003 And Justice For All 8,000,000 5,201,000 nov 2008
                                      Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

                                      Let there be rock!

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                                      • Norway
                                        dvd chart, week 2

                                        2. (new) 1 Metallica
                                        Francais Pour Un...

                                        3. (new) 1 Metallica
                                        Orgullo, Pasion, Y ...
                                        Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                        • Argentina
                                          DVD year-end chart

                                          1 Orgullo Pasión Y Gloria
                                          (METALLICA)

                                          15 Live in San Diego
                                          (METALLICA)
                                          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                          • Argentina
                                            weekly shipments chart
                                            10/01/2010 16/01/2010

                                            TW LW LW2

                                            9 6 2 Orgullo Pasión Y Gloria ...
                                            (METALLICA)

                                            11 47 - Metallica
                                            (METALLICA)
                                            Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                            • Venezuela
                                              unofficial
                                              www.recordland.com
                                              Top 40

                                              #25 Metallica
                                              Ride The Lightning
                                              Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                              • Originally posted by borderwolf
                                                Venezuela
                                                unofficial
                                                www.recordland.com
                                                Top 40

                                                #25 Metallica
                                                Ride The Lightning
                                                More, Dvd chart:

                                                #20 Metallica
                                                Orgullo Pasion Gloria

                                                #21 Metallica
                                                Devil Dance Live In
                                                Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                                • Norway
                                                  dvd chart, week 4

                                                  1. (2) 3 Metallica
                                                  Francais Pour Un ...

                                                  2. (3) 3 Metallica
                                                  Orgullo, Pasion, Y ...
                                                  Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                                  • "Orgulho, Paixão e Glória" DVD certified PLATINUM (30,000) in Brasil.
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                                                    • Originally posted by Priestfan
                                                      With the new info that has come to light, I thought I would look back at Dane's assessment of the certification levels for these Metallica albums and see how much closer they are to being due for an update
                                                      Thanks. I'd like to update my post too

                                                      Here's a look at which titles might (or might not) see an update anytime soon. Soundscan info is a good indicator for this, especially for a band like Metallica with no club sales:

                                                      Kill Em All (1983)

                                                      Debut album went 3xp in March 1999, more than 10 years ago.
                                                      Soundscan tells us that it sold around 789,000 between May 2000 and May 2009. That leaves almost 2 years unaccounted for. The album likely sold well in 1999, so I'd say 4xp is possible.


                                                      Ride The Lightning (1984)

                                                      2nd album went 5xp as part of the last major Metallica update in June 2003 when 6 catalog titles were updated.
                                                      As part of a major update we don't know exactly when it reached 5,000,000 shipped...
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 720,000 between August 2003 and December 2009. That leaves just a few months unaccounted for, based on this an update might seem unlikely.
                                                      However, it reached 4xp way back in 1997 and 5xp in 2003 looked well overdue! Therefore 6xp is quite possible!

                                                      Master Of Puppets (1986)

                                                      Their 3rd album was also part of the major June 2003 update, where it went 6xp. So like RTL we dont know when it reached 6,000,000 shipped...
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 959,000 between August 2003 and December 2009. That leaves just a few months unaccounted for. Most likely ready for an update, especially if some sales were not yet certified by June 2003.

                                                      ...And Justice For All (1988)

                                                      Their 4th album was also part of the June 2003 update, when it went 8xp. Like RTL and MOP we dont know when it actually reached 8,000,000 shipped.
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 919,000 between August 2003 and December 2009 (same time frame as MOP above). Like MOP an update looks possible, especially if some sales were not yet certified by June 2003. June 2003 did seem to be on time for this one though.

                                                      Metallica (1991)

                                                      Their 5th album (1st Soundscan era album) was also part of major update in June 2003 when it was (belatedly) certified 13xp. In December 2003 it was then certified 14xp. It finally went 15xp in November 2009.
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 15,500,000 by December 2009. We also know it scanned around 1,697,000 between January 2004 (14xp) and December 2009, so just 300K short of platinum disc number 16!

                                                      Load (1996)

                                                      Their 6th album was also part of the June 2003 update, when it went 5xp.
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 5,049,000 by December 2009.
                                                      An update seems highly unlikely!

                                                      Reload (1997)

                                                      Their 7th album was last certified (3xp) in November 1998, more than a decade ago! That was just one year after release and it was still in the charts.
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 4,036,000 by December 2009.
                                                      So this one is overdue a 4xp cert.

                                                      Garage Inc (1998)

                                                      This 2cd covers album was last certified in January 2000, when it went 5xp (2,500,000 shipped). That was just a little over one year after release, but it had fallen of the charts.
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 3,041,000 by September 2008.
                                                      Well overdue 6xp (3,000,000 shipped).

                                                      S&M (1999)

                                                      Released in late 1999 this 2cd 'live' album instantly went 4xp in January 2000. It was then part of the major update in June 2003 when it went 5xp (2,500,000 shipped).
                                                      Soundscan tells us it sold around 2,883,000 by September 2008 (17 months ago).
                                                      Probably shipped 3,000,000 by now. 6xp is likely.

                                                      St Anger (2003)

                                                      Their 8th studio album went 2xp in July 2003 shortly after release. Maybe retailers expected more from this album, because 5 years later in June 2008 it had still only scanned around 1,760,000.
                                                      An update seems highly unlikely....ever!

                                                      Some Kind Of Monster (2004)

                                                      This EP was released in July 2004 and had scanned 153,000 by December 2005, when it was already off the chart (it charted just 5 weeks).
                                                      It was never certified, and I don't see it reaching Gold now.

                                                      Death Magnetic (2008)

                                                      Their 9th studio album quickly went Platinum after release. It had scanned 1,853,000 by December 2009. A 2xp cert is possible.

                                                      So that's 2 safe bets, 6 possible updates and 4 unlikely ones.

                                                      Ranked after likeliness I'd say:


                                                      Garage Inc (1998)
                                                      Reload (1997)
                                                      Master Of Puppets (1986)
                                                      Ride The Lightning (1984)
                                                      S&M (1999)
                                                      Death Magnetic (2008)
                                                      ...And Justice For All (1988)
                                                      Kill Em All (1983)
                                                      Metallica (1991)
                                                      Some Kind Of Monster (2004)
                                                      Load (1996)
                                                      St Anger (2003)
                                                      Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

                                                      Let there be rock!

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                                                      • Even though only 2 albums are green (=overdue for sure), I'd say chances are all 6 of the yellow ones are ready/will be ready for an update this year!

                                                        And even though "Metallica" is red now, it'll probably be ready for 16xp by the end of 2011. (by the end of 2009 it had scanned 1.7m since 14xp)
                                                        Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

                                                        Let there be rock!

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                                                        • Originally posted by Priestfan
                                                          Ride The Lightning: Currently 5xPlatinum (last certified August 2003). This album had sold 598,000 copies between August 2003 and September 2008. 15 months later, it had sold another 122,000 copies for a total of 720,000 since August 2003. It's probably still a bit too early for this one to be updated but should be eligible within the next couple of years.
                                                          The reason I think RTL is ready now is because the June 2003 5xp cert was late! I explained this a few pages back:

                                                          Originally posted by Dane
                                                          I was studying Will's post on Metallica certs in the US and suddenly it struck me. They had no new certs between January 2000 and June 2003!!! No albums certs, no video certs, nothing!

                                                          In the 90's they seemed to get plenty of updates and this sudden stop of certs must be due to laziness on behalf of the record company:

                                                          - Metallica should have been 13xp already in late 2001! (SS=12,981,888) The update finally came in June 2003.

                                                          - Binge & Purge Box suddenly went from 12xp to 14xp in June 2003 and shortly after 15xp!

                                                          - S & M video suddenly went from platinum to 6xp in June 2003!

                                                          - 5 additional albums were updated in June 2003 (RTL, MOP, AJFA, Load & S&M)

                                                          Of course it was the release of St Anger that woke up the record company and prompted these certs (St Anger itself was then certified in July 2003).

                                                          Of those 5 albums also updated June 2003 I believe Ride The Lightning was the most overdue.

                                                          Let's compare RTL, MOP and AJFA:

                                                          RIDE THE LIGHTNING
                                                          Nov 05, 1987 Gold
                                                          May 16, 1989 Platinum
                                                          Apr 01, 1992 2xPlatinum
                                                          Jun 05, 1995 3xPlatinum
                                                          Nov 03, 1997 4xPlatinum
                                                          Jun 09, 2003 5xPlatinum

                                                          MASTER OF PUPPETS
                                                          Nov 04, 1986 Gold
                                                          Jul 27, 1988 Platinum
                                                          Mar 01, 1991 2xPlatinum
                                                          Jun 28, 1994 3xPlatinum
                                                          Nov 03, 1997 4xPlatinum
                                                          Nov 18, 1998 5xPlatinum
                                                          Jun 09, 2003 6xPlatinum

                                                          AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
                                                          Oct 31, 1988 Gold
                                                          Oct 31, 1988 Platinum
                                                          Jul 19, 1989 2xPlatinum
                                                          Apr 01, 1992 3xPlatinum
                                                          Jun 05, 1995 4xPlatinum
                                                          Nov 03, 1997 6xPlatinum
                                                          Dec 09, 1999 7xPlatinum
                                                          Jun 09, 2003 8xPlatinum

                                                          All three are very strong catalog sellers, all three were updated in November 1997. MOP was also updated in November 1998 - alone! AJFA was also updated in December 1999 - alone! Shortly thereafter the record company's lazy period began! So RTL was not updated until June 2003, when the record company finally 'woke up'.

                                                          The June 2003 certs could've been well overdue for all three, but especially for RTL!

                                                          You might argue that the reason RTL wasn't updated in between 1997 and 2003 is because it was a smaller catalog seller than both MOP and AJFA, but these SS numbers from February 2003 says it was just as big as MOP:

                                                          METALLICA|AND JUSTICE FOR ALL 4,297,179
                                                          METALLICA|RIDE THE LIGHTNING 3,513,816
                                                          METALLICA|MASTER OF PUPPETS 3,500,512
                                                          Also with RTL 2xp in April 1992 and 4,334,000 scans since March 1991, 6xp must be imminent.
                                                          Top Catalog Albums of the Soundscan era

                                                          Let there be rock!

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                                                          • A minor mistake, but the Some Kind of Monster EP was released in 2004, not 2005.

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                                                            • I don´t know why I´m not surprised that and justice for all did this well Metallica in those years was very popular with the video single "ONE" years before one member of this band said that they won´t make a video ever, since we all know what happen with them
                                                              But that's the way I like it baby I don't want to live forever
                                                              and don't forget the joker

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