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  • bestiamodesta
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    Not bad considering The Cosmos Rocks has only sold 85k since it's release, Absolute Greatest might beat that figure in it's first week !

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    Is simple... Cosmos is not a Queen album... Absolute Greatest is nothing new but for sure a Queen album.

    There's no Queen without the King.

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  • HUR
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    Thank you, it is doing better than I thought.

    It has also climbed on itunes.

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  • EdWood
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    So with Friday AND Saturdays sales yet to come I can see this easily doing 90,000 in its 1st week UK sales - Saturday should have good sales with everybody off work and doing their Christmas shopping...

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  • slightlymad
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    Thursday Update Top 40

    1 Leona Lewis 96.1k
    2 JLS 72.2k
    3 Queen 56.5k
    4 Robbie Williams 51k
    5 N-Dubz 37k

    Not bad considering The Cosmos Rocks has only sold 85k since it's release, Absolute Greatest might beat that figure in it's first week !

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  • Lawyeris
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    Originally posted by bobmoo79
    In the UK midweek chart Robbie is down from #2 to #4.
    Looks like Queen's Absolute Greatest should be No 3, then

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  • EdWood
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    Wednesday UK Album chart, - Queen only 400 copies behind Robbie...

    Albums

    1 Leona Lewis 75.7k
    2 JLS 54.6k
    3 Robbie Williams 41.8k
    4 Queen 41.4k
    5 N-Dubz 29.1k

    Top 10
    Will Young
    Stereophonics

    Top 20
    Them Crooked Vultures
    Ronan Keating
    50 Cent

    Top 30
    Norah Jones
    John Mayer

    Top 40
    Shakira
    Foster & Allen

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  • EM64T
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    Originally posted by zeus555
    Only about 4 Million people live in Eire -
    Ireland. So being No.1 there is a good place
    to be, in the Charts - but the Sales are small.

    The Queen Album looks set to be in the UK Top 5, on
    Sunday 22nd November.

    Zeus555
    However it possible chart topper a few weeks later...

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  • zeus555
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    Only about 4 Million people live in Eire -
    Ireland. So being No.1 there is a good place
    to be, in the Charts - but the Sales are small.

    The Queen Album looks set to be in the UK Top 5, on
    Sunday 22nd November.

    Zeus555

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  • Lawyeris
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    Originally posted by nucleardolphin
    being number 1 in Ireland means very little, its a very small market, as is their economy. A number in Germany, France or the UK now that would be something to talk about!
    Even if it would be just Luxemburg with its 100 buyers, it still would be great to have No 1 there.

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  • nucleardolphin
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    being number 1 in Ireland means very little, its a very small market, as is their economy. A number in Germany, France or the UK now that would be something to talk about!

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  • EM64T
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    Originally posted by Lawyeris
    Originally posted by EM64T
    And in Ireland numero uno
    Are you kiddng me?
    No, but its reply the iTunes chart, sorry

    http://www.apple.com/euro/itunes/charts ... lbums.html

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  • Lawyeris
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    Originally posted by EM64T
    And in Ireland numero uno
    Are you kiddng me?

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  • EM64T
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    And in Ireland numero uno

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  • HUR
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    Originally posted by EdWood
    On UK Itunes album chart, Absolute Greatest currently at numbers 8 and 31 - i take it the album charting at number 31 is the 2 disc version??...
    Yes, that is what I guess. It is top 10 in some countries, like Austria and Mexico.

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  • EdWood
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    On UK Itunes album chart, Absolute Greatest currently at numbers 8 and 31 - i take it the album charting at number 31 is the 2 disc version??...

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  • EdWood
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    Originally posted by nucleardolphin
    I would love to see this compilation do well, even though its just a cash in, however, I dont think it will do so well. The reason being is simple, why should people buy it, when they can get the other albums, the Platinum collection is much better, or even the original greatest hits. I still think 500k worldwide tops.
    Well number 4 in the album charts and with 25,000 sales in the UK already, I can't really agree with your prediction Nucleardolphin....

    Only another 65,000 sales this in the UK for my estimation to come true....

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  • borderwolf
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    New Zealand

    13 NEW Absolute Greatest
    Queen

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  • nucleardolphin
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    I would love to see this compilation do well, even though its just a cash in, however, I dont think it will do so well. The reason being is simple, why should people buy it, when they can get the other albums, the Platinum collection is much better, or even the original greatest hits. I still think 500k worldwide tops.

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  • HUR
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    Originally posted by jcguzman
    Hiya Hur.

    Dont worry mate.Greatest Hits generally speaking start to sell more later in the week.

    One question mate?Its the set being relerased in the US and if so when?

    Thanks in advance for the feedback.
    Yes, it will be released today if I'm not wrong.

    I hope Edwood is right with his predictions.

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  • johnnyboy
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    Absolute Greatest - Queen
    UK and worldwide release (ex USA) release November 9 (EMI)
    USA release November 10 (Hollywood Records)
    Comes in 4 versions:

    1) Standard CD version
    20 tracks the ultimate best of
    icpn: 5099968664220

    2) Double CD Special Edition
    Comes with an extra CD featuring an audio commentary by Brian May & Roger Taylor reminiscing about the songs on the album.
    icpn 5099968664329

    3) Limited Edition Book version.
    Hardback 52 page A4 book
    icpn 5099930919525

    Includes:-
    The 20 track CD
    The audio commentary CD
    Previously unseen photos by Johnny Dewe Matthews, memorabilia, hand written lyrics
    Exclusive access to online streaming of 20 live performances

    4) LP Box Set ICPN:
    icpn 5099968664411
    3LP 180g Heavyweight vinyl set
    12" soft back photo book (16 pages)
    Housed in a2 piece box (i.e. lift off lid)
    Access to the exclusive online streaming of 20 live performances

    5) Digital Download equivalent of version 1 above
    Digital Download equivalent of above: icpn 5099968664756

    6) Digital Download version of version 2 above
    Digital download equivalent of above: icpn 5099930919259


    Tracklist:-
    01. We Will Rock You (Brian May)
    02. We Are The Champions (Freddie Mercury)
    03. Radio Ga Ga (Roger Taylor)
    04. Another One Bites The Dust (John Deacon)
    05. I Want It All (Queen)
    06. Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Freddie Mercury)
    07. A Kind Of Magic (Roger Taylor)
    08. Under Pressure (Queen-David Bowie)
    09. One Vision (Queen)
    10. You're My Best Friend (John Deacon)
    11. Don't Stop Me Now (Freddie Mercury)
    12. Killer Queen (Freddie Mercury)
    13. These Are The Days Of Our Lives (Queen)
    14. Who Wants To Live Forever (Brian May)
    15. Seven Seas Of Rhye (Freddie Mercury)
    16. Heaven For Everyone (Roger Taylor)
    17. Somebody To Love (Freddie Mercury)
    18. I Want To Break Free (John Deacon)
    19. The Show Must Go On (Queen)
    20. Bohemian Rhapsody (Freddie Mercury)

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  • Lawyeris
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    Originally posted by Denirofan
    Midweeks <...> albums sales (UK).

    1 Leona Lewis 50k
    2 JLS 37.2k
    3 Robbie Williams 31.1k
    4 Queen 25k
    5 N-Dubz 19.2k

    BJ.

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  • nelson
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    Originally posted by bestiamodesta
    hi Nelson!


    Japan

    35 - 3,317

    what is the placement in International chart?

    thanks
    Not updated now. WIll see it tomorrow.
    Or you check yourself.
    http://www.oricon.co.jp/rank/wa/

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  • bestiamodesta
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    New Zeland,

    Absolute Greatest entered at n. 13

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  • bestiamodesta
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    hi Nelson!


    Japan

    35 - 3,317

    what is the placement in International chart?

    thanks

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  • nelson
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    Japan

    35 - 3,317

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