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  • Current UK Album Chart W/E 11th January 2018
    No35 - ABBA - Gold
    No44 - Bob Marley - Legend
    No49 - Queen - Greatest Hits
    No99 - Queen - Greatest Hits 2

    UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
    562Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
    542Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
    540Weeks = ABBA - Gold

    UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
    818Weeks = ABBA - Gold
    806Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
    805Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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    • Queen, Tina Turner & More Honored With The Recording Academy's Lifetime Achievement Award
      http://www.eonline.com/ca/news/905002/q ... ment-award
      by MEG SWERTLOW

      The Recording Academy has announced its Special Merit Awards recipients and this year's Lifetime Achievement Award honorees include Neil Diamond, Emmylou Harris, Louis Jordan, Queen and Tina Turner.

      A special award presentation ceremony and concert celebrating the honorees will be held in summer 2018.

      Queen: The British band that has been together over 40 years. Their chart-topping singles place Queen in the Top 10 of all-time iTunes sales. The band has received multiple Ivor Novello Awards, an MTV Global Icon Award, and two recordings enshrined in the Grammy Hall Of Fame. Recently, Queen became the first artist ever to sell more than 6 million copies of an album in the U.K. with their Greatest Hits album. The band tragically lost their talented frontman Freddie Mercury in 1991, but still remain one of the most beloved bands in rock and pop history. Today the group consists of John Deacon, Brian May and Roger Taylor, but are joined in concert by Adam Lambert.
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      • 2017 Year End Album Sales Chart USA

        Sales estimate by oldbloke:

        69,000 - GREATEST HITS I II & III: THE PLATINUM COLLECTION - Queen ( 1,164,000 ) 2xP - shouldn't it 3xP?

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        • Originally posted by thebigham
          2017 Year End Album Sales Chart USA

          Sales estimate by oldbloke:

          69,000 -GREATEST HITS I II & III: THE PLATINUM COLLECTION -Queen (1,164,000) 2xP - shouldn't it 3xP?
          Great figures, as The Platinum Collection is a 3CD set what do these figures actually represent? Should the 69,000 be divided by 3 giving 23,000 sales or for certification should it be tripled giving 207,000? Total sales of 1,164,000 x 3 would indeed mean 3xP 3,492,000

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          • US Billboard Charts - 13-01-2018

            The Billboard 200
            90 (127) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

            Top Catalogue Albums
            11 (41) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

            Top Rock Albums
            8 (20 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

            Hard Rock Albums
            2 (5) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

            Billboard Canadian Albums
            89 Re-Entry Greatest Hits - Queen

            Hard Rock Digital Song Sales
            5 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
            12 Under Pressure - Queen & David Bowie
            17 We Will Rock You - Queen
            24 Another One Bites The Dust - Queen

            Rock Streaming Songs
            14 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

            Sia With “Chandelier,” “The Greatest” and her previous entry, “Move Your Body” from Lexus’ “Man And Machine” ad last year, Sia is part of a select group of acts with three different entries on the chart. Only Sia, Queen, Imagine Dragons and Beyonce have landed three separate tracks on the Top TV Commercials chart. Does anyone know which 3 Queen songs have charted?

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            • Current UK Album Chart W/E 18th January 2018
              No45 - ABBA - Gold
              No46- Bob Marley - Legend
              No48 - Queen - Greatest Hits

              UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
              563Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
              543Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
              541Weeks = ABBA - Gold

              UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
              819Weeks = ABBA - Gold
              807Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
              806Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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              • Here are some figures emerging from the David Bowie thread regarding his Queen collaboration 'Under Pressure'

                David Bowie’s Official Top 10 biggest singles since January 2016 (sales and streams combined)
                POS TITLE ARTIST
                1 HEROES DAVID BOWIE
                2 UNDER PRESSURE QUEEN & DAVID BOWIE
                3 LIFE ON MARS DAVID BOWIE
                4 STARMAN DAVID BOWIE
                5 LET'S DANCE DAVID BOWIE
                6 SPACE ODDITY DAVID BOWIE
                7 REBEL REBEL DAVID BOWIE
                8 CHANGES DAVID BOWIE
                9 MOONAGE DAYDREAM DAVID BOWIE
                10 MODERN LOVE DAVID BOWIE
                ©2018 Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.

                His 1977 single Heroes emerges as the most popular choice by fans since his passing, with 397,000 combined sales across the period. The song re-entered the Official Singles Chart for the first time in 39 years the week after his death, reaching a new peak at Number 12. Queen collaboration, Under Pressure, a Number 1 hit in November 1981 - is second (203,000)

                David Bowie’s Official Top 10 most streamed singles since January 2016
                POS TITLE ARTIST
                1 UNDER PRESSURE QUEEN & DAVID BOWIE
                2 HEROES DAVID BOWIE
                3 LET'S DANCE DAVID BOWIE
                4 LIFE ON MARS DAVID BOWIE
                5 STARMAN DAVID BOWIE
                6 SPACE ODDITY DAVID BOWIE
                7 REBEL REBEL DAVID BOWIE
                8 CHANGES DAVID BOWIE
                9 MOONAGE DAYDREAM DAVID BOWIE
                10 MODERN LOVE DAVID BOWIE
                ©2018 Official Charts Company. All rights reserved.

                Can anybody confirm Under Pressure's current UK sales total, could it be approaching Platinum or is that too high?

                The Official Top 40 biggest selling vinyl singles of 2017:
                28 WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS QUEEN

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                • Canada
                  15 january
                  album sales

                  20
                  Queen - Icon
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                  • Recordings by Hendrix, Aerosmith to Grammy Hall
                    http://bestclassicbands.com/grammy-hall ... 8-1-16-18/
                    by Best Classic Bands Staff

                    Classic rock recordings from Aerosmith (1973’s “Dream On”), Queen (1975’s A Night at the Opera), David Bowie (1969’s “Space Oddity”) and Jimi Hendrix (1970’s Band of Gypsys) as well as a 1878 recording from Thomas Edison (“Mary Had a Little Lamb”) are among the newest inductions to the Grammy Hall Of Fame®. The announcement from the Recording Academy™ today (Jan. 16) “recognizes a diverse range of both singles and album recordings at least 25 years old that exhibit qualitative or historical significance.”

                    Among those also being honored: Linda Ronstadt (Heart Like a Wheel), Johnny Cash (At Folsom Prison), the Four Tops (“I Can’t Help Myself”), the Rolling Stones (“Paint it Black”), Leon Russell (“A Song For You”) and recordings by Nirvana, Mike Oldfield and Sam Cooke.

                    Each year recordings are reviewed by a special member committee comprised of professionals from all branches of the recording arts, with final approval by the Recording Academy’s National Board of Trustees. With 25 new titles, the Hall, now in its 45th year, currently totals 1,063 recordings and is on display at GRAMMY Museum® L.A. Live.

                    “The GRAMMY Hall Of Fame strives to embody the changing climate of music throughout these past decades, always acknowledging the diversity of musical expression for which the Academy has become known,” said Neil Portnow, President/CEO of the Recording Academy. “Iconic and inspiring, these recordings are an integral part of our musical, social, and cultural history, and we are proud to have added them to our growing catalog.”

                    The 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards®, will be broadcast live from New York’s Madison Square Garden on Sunday, Jan. 28, at 7:30 p.m. ET/PT on the CBS Television Network
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                    • Current UK Album Chart W/E 25th January 2018
                      No52 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                      No56- Bob Marley - Legend
                      No57 - ABBA - Gold

                      UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                      564Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                      544Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                      542Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                      UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
                      820Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                      808Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                      807Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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                      • Current UK Album Chart W/E 1st February 2018
                        No48 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                        No52- Bob Marley - Legend
                        No66 - ABBA - Gold

                        UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                        565Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                        545Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                        543Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                        UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
                        821Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                        809Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                        808Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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                        • Current UK Album Chart W/E 8th February 2018
                          No45 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                          No50 - ABBA - Gold
                          No59 - Bob Marley - Legend


                          UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                          566Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                          546Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                          544Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                          UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
                          822Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                          810Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                          809Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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                          • Current UK Album Chart W/E 15th February 2018
                            No44 - ABBA - Gold
                            No45 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                            No55 - Bob Marley - Legend

                            UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                            567Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                            547Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                            545Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                            UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
                            823Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                            811Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                            810Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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                            • US Billboard Charts - 17-02-2018

                              The Billboard 200

                              82 (95) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

                              Top Catalogue Albums
                              8 (14) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

                              Top Rock Albums
                              6 (12) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

                              Hard Rock Albums
                              2 (3) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen

                              Hard Rock Songs
                              13 New We Will Rock You - Queen

                              Rock Digital Songs

                              21Re-Entry We Will Rock You -Queen

                              Hard Rock Digital Song Sales
                              7 We Will Rock You - Queen
                              10 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
                              14 We Are The Champions - Queen
                              25 Under Pressure - Queen & David Bowie

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                              • Poland
                                14 february

                                QUEEN
                                THE PLATINUM COLLECTION - GREATEST HITS I, II & III
                                UNIVERSAL MUSIC PL
                                certified Platinum
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                                • Aerosmith, Queen & CHVRCHES Charge Onto Hot Rock Songs Chart
                                  https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ongs-chart
                                  2/16/2018 by Kevin Rutherford



                                  Additionally, Queen's 1977 anthem "We Will Rock You," featured in a Ram Trucks ad that aired during the Super Bowl, bows at No. 13 (3,000 sold, up 56 percent, and 2.7 million streams, up 13 percent).
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                                  • Current UK Album Chart W/E 22nd February 2018
                                    No40 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                                    No49 - ABBA - Gold
                                    No56 - Bob Marley - Legend

                                    UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                                    568Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                                    548Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                                    546Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                                    UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
                                    824Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                                    812Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                                    811Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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                                    • Re: Queen :: Charts & Sales History

                                      Israeli chart update-
                                      I got a lot of charts from the 70's.
                                      Killer queen peaked at #6
                                      Now I'm here-#10
                                      Somebody to love-#3

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                                      • U.K.
                                        B.P.I.
                                        23 february

                                        Queen
                                        The Singles Collection 2
                                        Emi Silver Album
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                                        • Current UK Album Chart W/E 1st March 2018
                                          No38 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                                          No43 - ABBA - Gold
                                          No52 - Bob Marley - Legend

                                          UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                                          569Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                                          549Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                                          547Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                                          UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures
                                          825Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                                          813Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                                          812Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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                                          • Rewinding the Charts: In 1980, Queen Got 'Crazy' Atop the Hot 100
                                            https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ing-charts
                                            2/23/2018 by Trevor Anderson

                                            Freddie Mercury's homage to Elvis, which he wrote in minutes — in a bathtub — kicked off the group's best year on the U.S. charts.

                                            QUEEN CHANNELED ELVIS PRESLEY to earn its first No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 single, "Crazy Little Thing Called Love," which crowned the chart on Feb. 23, 1980.

                                            The British quartet — Freddie Mercury, then 33; Brian May, 32; Roger Taylor, 30; and John Deacon, 28 — claimed hit albums in the 1970s with a blend of bold arena rock anthems, including 1978's No. 4-peaking "We Will Rock You"/"We Are the Champions" and the positively baroque "Bohemian Rhapsody," which hit No. 9.

                                            "Crazy Little Thing Called Love" was a departure from the band's trademark swagger, a rockabilly-style number in which Mercury crooned over an acoustic guitar. The song was "Freddie's tribute to Elvis," May told U.K. station Absolute Radio in 2011. "He was very fond of Elvis."

                                            In 1981, Mercury told Melody Maker magazine that he needed only "five or 10 minutes" to write "Crazy" in a bathtub in Munich. In a rare instance, he composed the tune on guitar, which he "couldn't play for nuts ... I couldn't work through too many chords and, because of that restriction, I wrote a good song, I think."



                                            "Crazy" paved the way for a second Hot 100 No. 1 for Queen in 1980, "Another One Bites the Dust," and the album that contained both singles, The Game, became the group's only No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

                                            The band continued to record regularly but stopped touring after 1986 due to Mercury's deteriorating health. One day before his death on Nov. 24, 1991, the frontman confirmed long-standing rumors that he had contracted AIDS. The following year, the group returned to its highest Hot 100 rank since 1980 when "Bohemian Rhapsody" returned to the Hot 100 and flew to No. 2 after its use in a now-classic scene in the hit movie Wayne's World.

                                            Deacon retired in 1997, and after their own brief hiatus, May and Taylor have toured since 2005 with guest vocalists that have included Paul Rodgers and Adam Lambert.

                                            Queen's legacy will next be commemorated in the film Bohemian Rhapsody, due in U.S. theaters on Dec. 25, 2018. The movie stars Rami Malik as Mercury and traces the band for a fifteen-year span, concluding with their famous performance at Live Aid in 1985.

                                            "Crazy," meanwhile, lives on, with Michael Bublé, Diana Ross and Dwight Yoakam among the many artists who have recorded covers one of Queen's crowning achievements.
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                                            • 3/3 Billboard 200

                                              86 re-entry 279 Greatest Hits, Queen 8xP

                                              and...

                                              3/3/18 Billboard's Top Album Sales
                                              Total = Chain, Independent, Mass Merchants, Non Traditional

                                              125. QUEEN|GREATEST HITS 1 1,635 = 20 151 261 1202

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                                              • Denmark
                                                20 february

                                                Queen
                                                Another One Bites The Dust

                                                certified GOLD TRACK
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                                                • Does anybody know why Hollywood records occasionally switches Queen's digital sales from the individual Greatest Hits albums to the Platinum Collection and visa versa? This week in America The Platinum Collection has dropped out of all charts to be replaced by Greatest Hits.

                                                  Billboard Top200 - 16/12/2017
                                                  158 Re-Entry 278 Greatest Hits -Queen-Hollywood
                                                  Billboard Top200 - 09/12/2017
                                                  113 106 104 101 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection-Queen

                                                  Top Catalogue Albums - 16/12/2017
                                                  41 Re-Entry 609 Greatest Hits-Queen
                                                  Top Catalogue Albums - 09/12/2017[/b]
                                                  18 17 15 33 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection-Queen

                                                  Top Rock Albums - 16/12/2017
                                                  19 Re-Entry 15 Greatest Hits-Queen
                                                  Top Rock Albums - 09/12/2017[/b]
                                                  16 15 12 30 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection-Queen

                                                  Hard Rock Albums - 16/12/2017
                                                  4 Re-Entry 62 Greatest Hits-Queen
                                                  Hard Rock Albums - 09/12/2017[/b]
                                                  3 4 4 30 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection-Queen
                                                  Billboard Top200 - 03/03/2018
                                                  86 Re-Entry Greatest Hits - Queen

                                                  Top Catalogue Albums - 03/03/2018
                                                  41 Re-Entry 609 Greatest Hits - Queen

                                                  Top Catalogue Album Sales - 03/03/2018
                                                  44 Re-Entry Greatest Hits - Queen

                                                  Top Rock Albums - 03/03/2018
                                                  10 Re-Entry Greatest Hits - Queen

                                                  Hard Rock Albums - 03/03/2018
                                                  4 Re-Entry Greatest Hits - Queen

                                                  Well it looks like Hollywood records have switched digital sales to Greatest Hits again as it has re-entered the charts with the Platinum Collection disappearing!

                                                  Hard Rock Digital Songs
                                                  TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
                                                  9 8 10 372 Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen
                                                  16 14 7 340 We Will Rock You - Queen
                                                  23 22 25 74 Under Pressure - Queen & David Bowie

                                                  Billboard Canadian Albums - 03/03/2018
                                                  97 Re-Entry Icon: Queen - Queen

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                                                    https://www.deagostini.com/it/collezion ... l_W1_PW_IT
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                                                    • 3/10/18 Billboard's Top Album Sales
                                                      Total = Chain, Independent, Mass Merchants, Non Traditional

                                                      174. QUEEN|PLATINUM COLLECTION 1,452 = 146 7 701 597

                                                      and...

                                                      3/10 Billboard 200

                                                      68 Re-Entry 113 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen 2xP

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                                                      • And so it happens again, for no apparent reason whatsoever Hollywood Records switch Queen's digital sales form GH to The Platinum Collection resulting in Greatest Hits dropping out of all the charts and The Platinum Collection re-entering Can anybody shed some light on this?

                                                        Billboard Top200 - 10/03/2018
                                                        68 Re-Entry The Platinum Collection - Queen

                                                        Top Catalogue Albums - 10/03/2018
                                                        5 Re-Entry The Platinum Collection - Queen

                                                        Top Rock Albums - 10/03/2018
                                                        6 Re-Entry The Platinum Collection - Queen

                                                        Hard Rock Albums - 10/03/2018
                                                        2 Re-Entry The Platinum Collection - Queen

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                                                        • Queen + Adam Lambert Lead Hot Tours Recap With Australian Shows
                                                          https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... -hot-tours
                                                          3/7/2018 by Bob Allen

                                                          With two performances at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena, Queen + Adam Lambert earns the top ranking on the latest weekly slate of Hot Tours (see list, below) with a $3.3 million gross. The band played the arena on Feb. 21 and 22, the second stop on a trek through Australia and New Zealand that recently wrapped on March 6. Produced by Melbourne-based promoter TEG Dainty, the Oceania leg of the group’s 2017-2018 tour covered six markets beginning with Auckland on Feb. 17 followed by the Sydney shows and dates in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth.

                                                          The iconic band launched its tour last summer in North America, kicking off in Phoenix on June 23. The 25-city run continued through early August and grossed $30 million from more than 300,000 sold tickets at 26 concerts, according to sales figures reported by promoter Live Nation. A European leg through 23 cities followed in November and December, and Queen will return to the continent for a second leg this summer before its finale in Dublin on July 8.

                                                          The Hot Tours tally includes several other artists with appearances in Australian markets in recent weeks. Robbie Williams follows at No. 2 in the rankings with his own two-night stint at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney. The English pop star performed for 21,686 fans, logging more than $2.6 million in sales at the venue on Feb. 28 and March 1 during the Aussie leg of his Heavy Entertainment Show tour. Fall Out Boy lands at No 7 based on a March 2 performance at the Sydney arena attended by a crowd of 11,264.

                                                          Two other Sydney venues also impact this recap of Hot Tours beginning with Hordern Pavilion that hosted Macklemore, ranked fourth based on a three-show gross of $1.1 million. The Seattle-born artist performed at the arena during February as part of his Gemini trek. Finally, an orchestral tour – Star Wars: A New Hope – Live In Concert – takes the No. 6 slot on the recap with two performances at the ICC Theatre in Sydney on Feb. 16 and 17.

                                                          HOT TOURS - MARCH 6, 2018
                                                          Ranked by Gross. Compiled from Boxscores reported Feb. 27-March 5

                                                          Rank ACT
                                                          Total Gross
                                                          Show Date Range
                                                          Venue/City (Shows/Sellouts)
                                                          Total Attendance (Capacity)

                                                          1 QUEEN + ADAM LAMBERT
                                                          $3,357,960
                                                          Feb. 21-22
                                                          Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney (2/0)
                                                          24,791 (25,708)

                                                          2 ROBBIE WILLIAMS
                                                          $2,678,930
                                                          Feb. 28-March 1
                                                          Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney (2/0)
                                                          21,686 (23,510)

                                                          3 BLAKE SHELTON
                                                          $1,181,966
                                                          March 2
                                                          American Airlines Center, Dallas (1/1)
                                                          13,602 (13,602)

                                                          4 MACKLEMORE
                                                          $1,173,970
                                                          Feb. 3-11
                                                          Hordern Pavilion, Sydney (3/3)
                                                          16,472 (16,472)

                                                          5 LUKE BRYAN
                                                          $1,091,803
                                                          Feb. 23
                                                          Atlantic City (N.J.) Boardwalk Hall (1/1)
                                                          12,620 (12,620)

                                                          6 STAR WARS: A NEW HOPE - LIVE IN CONCERT
                                                          $926,076
                                                          Feb. 16-17
                                                          ICC Sydney Theatre, Sydney (2/0)
                                                          11,406 (13,712)

                                                          7 FALL OUT BOY
                                                          $870,800
                                                          March 2
                                                          Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney (1/0)
                                                          11,264 (11,904)

                                                          8 LITTLE BIG TOWN
                                                          $839,467
                                                          Feb. 23-March 3
                                                          Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, Conn. (1/0)
                                                          The Anthem, Washington, D.C. (1/1)
                                                          11,287 (11,514)

                                                          9 WIDESPREAD PANIC
                                                          $771,746
                                                          Feb. 16-17
                                                          Birmingham (Ala.) Jefferson Convention Complex (2/2)
                                                          12,564 (12,564)

                                                          10 JAMIROQUAI
                                                          $692,306
                                                          Jan. 11
                                                          Hallenstadion, Zürich (1/0)
                                                          10,181 (13,000)
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                                                          • Current UK Album Chart W/E 8th March 2018
                                                            No35 - Bob Marley - Legend
                                                            No40 - Queen - Greatest Hits
                                                            No42 - ABBA - Gold

                                                            UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                                                            570Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                                                            550Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                                                            548Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                                                            UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures

                                                            826Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                                                            814Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                                                            813Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend





                                                            Current UK Album Chart W/E 15th March 2018
                                                            No40 - Bob Marley - Legend
                                                            No46 - ABBA - Gold
                                                            No49 - Queen - Greatest Hits

                                                            UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 75 Official Figures
                                                            571Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend
                                                            551Weeks = Queen Greatest Hits
                                                            549Weeks = ABBA - Gold

                                                            UK Album Chart - Most Weeks Top 100 Official Figures

                                                            827Weeks = ABBA - Gold
                                                            815Weeks = Queen - Greatest Hits
                                                            814Weeks = Bob Marley - Legend

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