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  • matheusbelmont
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    The tour grossed nearly $45 million in 10 shows in Oceania. Impressive numbers.

    The asian shows probably did over $20 million and this would make "The Rhapsody Tour" the highest-grossing tour of 2020.

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  • slightlymad
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    Here is an edited version of the Press Release for the New Q+AL live release 'Live Around The World' due Oct 2nd. As a successful touring entity it will be interesting to see if this transcends in to chart success. Live albums do not usually sell in great quantities but it will be interesting to see if this release manages Top 10 in any of the major territories, possible Top5 in UK, Holland, Italy and Australia? maybe Top20 in USA and Canada? Time will tell!!

    If successful this may lead to the release of a NEW studio album, could this be testing the water for future plans?

    Press Release: Queen + Adam Lambert - 'Live Around the World' Album - October 2nd

    Queen + Adam Lambert live to date: 218 shows - Total audience: 3,659,232

    But here’s one thing they haven’t done until now: Queen + Adam Lambert to release first LIVE album

    Queen + Adam Lambert ‘Live Around the World’ for release worldwide October 2nd 2020

    Since their first appearance together in 2009 when Queen members Brian May and Roger Taylor appeared as guests on the finale of the eighth season of American Idol on which Adam Lambert was a contestant, the combination of Queen + Adam Lambert has gone from strength to strength becoming one of the world’s biggest drawing touring bands. Their most recent tour of Oceania saw them selling out to massive audiences, with a single show at Sydney’s ANZ stadium drawing a record crowd of over 60,000. To date, the band has played to a worldwide audience approaching 4 million.

    Had this been different times, Brian, Roger and Adam would have just ended a further tour with a colossal run of 27 shows across 9 European countries. However, the arrival of COVID-19 forced their imminent UK and European summer tour to be postponed until next year. With this in mind, Queen + Adam Lambert looked to other ways to console the almost half a million disappointed fans already holding tickets.

    This is when they turned first to YouTube. No strangers to the platform with 12.5 million subscribers already following them, the band presented a special Queen + Adam Lambert ‘Tour Watch Party’, an hour-long show of live highlights from previous tours across the world. The positive engagement from fans worldwide showed that despite the global blackout of live shows, the show could still go on. But it wasn’t just the 500,000+ viewing fans who were impressed, so were the band themselves.

    The set presents a compilation of concert highlights captured the world over personally selected by Taylor, May and Lambert from over 200 shows they have performed with several featured here becoming available for the very first time. These cover concerts from Rock in Rio, Lisbon, to the UK’s Isle of Wight Festival, Summer Sonic, Japan, selected UK and North America tour dates, and - from one of their very last performances before lockdown –the Fire Fight Australia benefit show. All formats include the band’s entire 22-minute Fire Fight Australia appearance in which they performed Queen’s original history-making 1985 Live Aid set in full: Bohemian Rhapsody, Radio Ga Ga, Hammer To Fall, Crazy Little Thing Called Love, We Will Rock You and We Are The Champions. While even Freddie Mercury’s iconic Ay-Ohs feature.

    The twenty tracks featured include firm Queen fan favourites like ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’ and ‘I Want To Break Free’ as well as rarities such as their versions of the Freddie Mercury penned “Love Kills” and “I Was Born To Love You”. The live album comes in CD, CD+DVD, CD+Blu-ray and Vinyl versions, with the DVD and Blu-ray featuring extra performance footage which include a Roger Taylor ‘Drum Battle’ with drummer son Rufus Taylor, and Brian May ‘Last Horizon’ guitar solo.

    Queen + Adam Lambert’s only previously released track, their lockdown version of “You Are the Champions,” all the proceeds going towards the Covid-19 Solidarity Response Fund for The World Health Organization, was viewed close to 4 million times in its first month on YouTube.

    Queen + Adam Lambert’s postponed 27-date UK and European Rhapsody Tour is now rescheduled to begin 23 May, 2021 in Bologna, Italy with its final date to be played in Madrid, Spain on 7 July. The full set of dates includes a 10-day residency at London’s The O2 Arena in June.

    Queen + Adam Lambert Live Around the World

    CD / VINYL TRACKLIST

    Tear It Up (May) The O2, London, UK, 02/07/2018

    Now I'm Here (May) Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

    Another One Bites The Dust (Deacon) Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

    Fat Bottomed Girls ft. Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (May) American Airlines Center, Dallas, USA, 2019

    Don't Stop Me Now (Mercury) Rock In Rio, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016

    I Want To Break Free (Deacon) Rock In Rio, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016

    Somebody To Love (Mercury) Isle of Wight Festival, UK, 2016

    Love Kills - The Ballad (Mercury/Moroder) iHeart Radio Theater, Los Angeles, USA, 2014

    I Was Born To Love You (Mercury) Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

    Under Pressure (Queen/Bowie) Global Citizen Festival, New York, USA, 2019

    Who Wants To Live Forever (May) Isle of Wight Festival, UK, 2016

    The Show Must Go On (Queen) The O2, London, UK, 04/07/2018

    Love Of My Life (Mercury) The O2, London, UK, 02/07/2018

    Bohemian Rhapsody (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Radio Ga Ga (Taylor) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Ay-Ohs (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Hammer To Fall (May) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    We Will Rock You (May) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    We Are The Champions (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    DVD / BLU-RAY TRACKLIST

    Tear It Up (May) The O2, London, UK, 02/07/2018

    Now I'm Here (May) Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

    Another One Bites The Dust (Deacon) Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

    Fat Bottomed Girls ft. Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (May) American Airlines Center, Dallas, USA, 2019

    Don't Stop Me Now (Mercury) Rock In Rio, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016

    I Want To Break Free (Deacon) Rock In Rio, Lisbon, Portugal, 2016

    Somebody To Love (Mercury) Isle of Wight Festival, UK, 2016

    Love Kills - The Ballad (Mercury/Moroder) iHeart Radio Theater, Los Angeles, USA, 2014

    I Was Born To Love You (Mercury) Summer Sonic, Tokyo, Japan, 2014

    Drum Battle (Taylor) Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia, 2014

    Under Pressure (Queen/Bowie) Global Citizen Festival, New York, USA, 2019

    Who Wants To Live Forever (May) Isle of Wight Festival, UK, 2016

    The Guitar Solo (Last Horizon) (May) The O2, London, UK, 2018

    The Show Must Go On (Queen) The O2, London, UK, 04/07/2018

    Love Of My Life (Mercury) The O2, London, UK, 02/07/2018

    Bohemian Rhapsody (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Radio Ga Ga (Taylor) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Ay-Ohs (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Hammer To Fall (May) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    We Will Rock You (May) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

    We Are The Champions (Mercury) Fire Fight Australia, ANZ Stadium, Sydney, Australia, 2020

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  • slightlymad
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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    21 August 2020 - 27 August 2020


    The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

    14 12 907 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
    24 RE 123 Queen ~ Greatest Hits II ****special HMV vinyl release


    Retailer HMV this week celebrated the latest in their series of Vinyl Week promotions, stocking a series of exclusive clear blue vinyl limited edition releases of a number of classic albums. Two of them sold enough to chart, most notably Queen's Greatest Hits II which returns to the chart at No.24 in what is perhaps startlingly its highest chart placing since its original chart run in 1991/2. Its 2,595 chart sales are largely thanks to the 1,389 physical copies it duly sold, although streams of its tracks accounted for well over a thousand more. For that reason David Bowie's classic Let's Dance (also part of the promotion) returns to the chart at a mere No.55, a full 1,460 of its 1,565 sales accounted for by physical product.

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  • braca2
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    Chart Date: 08/21/2020 (WEEK ENDING: 08/20/2020)
    32 33 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    16,627 -6% 2,668 667 13,291

    YTD OVERALL ACTIVITY
    37 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    571,200 112,354 274,518 558,774,820 51,500,531

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  • Rockintunesbaby
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    I think what would be interesting is to see Apple music's figures. Itunes is pretty limited these days, not so popular.

  • marcsgirl85
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    brian05 thanks for those updates good god Queen's Greatest Hits is absolutely massive in the UK nearly 10% of the population own a copy similar to Eagles Greatest Hits 1971-1975 in the US where roughly 11.4% of the population own a copy of that album in excess of 38,000,000 granted we are 5x the population of the UK granted US also has a diamond award while the UK doesn't roughly 100 US albums are certified diamond Garth Brooks having 9 of them the female artist with the most diamond awards is Shania Twain with 3

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  • brian05
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    Some albums updated on 10/8/20.

    Queen Greatest Hits Virgin Platinum 22X Album 10.08.2020 03.01.2011 6.6m
    Abba Gold - Greatest Hits Polydor Platinum 19x Album 10.08.2020 05.04.2004
    Beatles Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band Apple Corps Platinum 18x Album 10.08.2020 09.09.2009
    Fleetwood Mac Rumours Rhino/Warner Records Platinum 14x Album 10.08.2020 24.04.1984
    Bob Marley & The Wailers Legend Tuff Gong Platinum 13x Album 10.08.2020 20.05.2002
    Simon & Garfunkel Bridge Over Troubled Water Columbia Platinum 11x Album 10.08.2020 20.08.2001
    Tracy Chapman Tracy Chapman Elektra Platinum 9x Album 10.08.2020 08.04.1988
    Last edited by brian05; Fri August 21, 2020, 18:52.

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  • Rockintunesbaby
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    Thats a pretty amazing total. What is incredible is that its US only. Nielsen soundscan only do this for music inside the US. I'd imagine outside the US its considerably more, especially when you look at Queen's album sales and the BR box office takings. 2020 will be good for earnings since they played a lot of sold out stadium shows, the US were arenas.
    Last edited by Rockintunesbaby; Wed August 19, 2020, 17:52.

  • slightlymad
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    USA Billboard Highest Paid Artists for Pure Sales 2019

    Unfortunately no actual sales data, but that's an impressive total for Queen beating 2nd, 3rd and 4th combined!!!

    1 - $9.6 Queen
    2 - $3.6 Metallica
    3 - $2.5 Billie Eilish
    4 - $2.3 Paul McCartney
    5 - $2.0 BTS
    6 - $2.0 Taylor Swift
    7 - $1.7 Rolling Stones
    8 - $1.5 Tool
    9 - $1.4 Post Malone
    10 - $1.2 Jonas Brothers

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  • slightlymad
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    Queen Top 2019 Billboard Pure Album Sales

    Queen earned more from album sales than anyone else last year, according to a brand new report from Billboard collecting The Highest Paid Musicians of 2019

    The figures cited on the list, published Monday, August 17 2020, are all estimates, using a combination of U.S.-only Nielsen Music and Billboard Boxscore data to make educated guesses about revenue from each artist’s sales, streaming, publishing and touring.

    Queen topped the list for album sales, thanks in part to a massive boost from the Academy Award-winning biopic Bohemian Rhapsody, which gave Rami Malek the Best Actor Oscar for his convincing portrayal of late frontman Freddie Mercury. The movie’s soundtrack of the same name, several greatest hits compilations and enduring classic albums such as 1975’s A Night at the Opera contributed to the surviving members’ estimated $9.6 million haul, besting all artists of every genre in terms of pure sales.

    Queen is the only rock band to make an appearance in the Top 10 for streaming revenue, at No. 5 with $8.1M. They were also No. 5 on the Top Publishing list with $3.06M. Both Queen and Metallica did well on the overall Highest Paid list, as well.

    Queen was the first hard rock band on the list with an estimated $35.2M, behind The Rolling Stones ($65M), Ariana Grande ($44.3M), Elton John ($43.3M), and Jonas Brothers ($40.9M). The majority of Queen’s total came from live shows ($14.M), with Adam Lambert fronting the band since 2009.


    Read More: Queen + Metallica Top 2019 Album Sales List | https://loudwire.com/queen-metallica...edium=referral

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  • slightlymad
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    Looking through the 'iTunes Thread" kindly posted by Graham76man, it's interesting to see how Don't Stop Me Now constantly out performs Bohemian Rhapsody as Queen's top song on iTunes. Considering DSMN really didn't set the UK charts alight with its initial release its certainly grown into an absolute smash hit.

    Fri June 5, 2020, 23:34
    1970's

    1 Judy Collins - Amazing Grace
    2 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    3 Bill Withers - Lean On Me
    4 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
    5 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

    6 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger
    7 KC and the Sunshine Band - Boogie Shoes
    8 Slade - How Does It Feel
    9 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    10 Creedence Clearwater Revival - Have You Ever Seen the Rain

    Fri June 12, 2020, 15:11
    1970's

    1 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger
    2 Cat Stevens - Father and Son
    3 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
    4 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    5 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    6 Stevie Wonder - Isn't She Lovely
    7 Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way
    8 Tina Turner - Proud Mary
    9 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    10 Stevie Wonder - Superstition

    Sat June 20, 2020, 01:09
    1970's

    1 Cat Stevens - Father and Son
    2 Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell
    3 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    4 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    5 Meat Loaf - Two Out of Three Ain't Bad
    6 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    7 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
    8 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger
    9 Meat Loaf - You Took the Words Right Out of My Mouth (Hot Summer Night)
    10 Meat Loaf - Paradise By the Dashboard Light

    Sat June 27, 2020, 00:33
    1970's
    1 Queen - We Are the Champions

    2 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    3 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    4 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger
    5 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    6 AC/DC - Highway to Hell
    7 Eagles - Hotel California
    8 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
    9 Queen - We Will Rock You

    10 The Isley Brothers - Summer Breeze

    Fri July 3, 2020, 14:57
    1970's
    1 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now

    2 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    3 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger
    4 Plastic Bertrand - Ça plane pour moi
    5 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    6 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    7 Queen - We Are the Champions

    8 Billy Ocean - Love Really Hurts Without You
    9 Queen - You're My Best Friend
    10 David Bowie - Starman

    Fri July 10, 2020, 13:13
    1970's

    1 Ace - How Long
    2 AC/DC - Highway to Hell
    3 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    4 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
    5 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    6 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    7 Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way
    8 Plastic Bertrand - Ça plane pour moi
    9 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    10 Fleetwood Mac - Dreams

    Fri July 17, 2020, 12:28
    1970's

    1 Ace - How Long 31
    2 Mungo Jerry - In the Summertime
    3 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now
    4 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    5 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    6 R&J Stone - We Do It
    7 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    8 Leeds United Team & Supporters - Leeds, Leeds, Leeds (Marching On Together)
    9 Roberta Flack - Back Together Again
    10 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger

    Fri July 31, 2020, 12:46
    1970's

    1 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger 36
    2 Ace - How Long
    3 Gloria Gaynor - I Will Survive
    4 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky
    5 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    6 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    7 AC/DC - Highway to Hell
    8 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    9 Stevie Wonder - Isn't She Lovely
    10 John Denver - Take Me Home, Country Roads

    Fri August 7, 2020, 13:00
    1970's
    1 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now

    2 Kiss - I Was Made for Lovin' You Never been in these charts before
    3 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    4 Fleetwood Mac - Dreams
    5 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    6 Plastic Bertrand - Ça plane pour moi
    7 Led Zeppelin - Stairway to Heaven
    8 Donna Summer - I Feel Love
    9 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    10 Electric Light Orchestra - Mr. Blue Sky

    Fri August 14, 2020, 13:17
    1970's
    1 Queen - Don't Stop Me Now

    2 Fleetwood Mac - The Chain
    3 Billy Ocean - Red Light Spells Danger
    4 Neil Diamond - Sweet Caroline
    5 Fleetwood Mac - Dreams
    6 Kiss - I Was Made for Lovin' You
    7 Fleetwood Mac - Go Your Own Way
    8 Simon & Garfunkel - Bridge Over Troubled Water
    9 Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody
    10 Tina Turner - Proud Mary

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  • braca2
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    Check the link for further details
    554k is ytd activity

  • Rockintunesbaby
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    Queens daily streams on Spotify are now more than The Beatles.

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  • Rockintunesbaby
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    What do those figures mean?

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  • braca2
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    Chart Date: 08/14/2020 (WEEK ENDING: 08/13/2020)
    38 32 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    17,733 4% 2,702 698 14,333
    YTD OVERALL ACTIVITY
    38 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    554,462 108,805 268,079 542,599,918 50,267,984

    https://hitsdailydouble.com/ytd_project_activity
    Last edited by braca2; Sat August 15, 2020, 20:24.

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  • slightlymad
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    Catalog Albums/Billboard 200 Chart Update – August 15, 2020

    Queen’s Greatest Hits is #1 once again this week on the Catalog chart, reaching 18 straight weeks at #1 (27 of the last 28), 28 weeks in 2020, and 58 weeks overall.

    Info c/o Miguelito

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  • braca2
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    Chart Date: 08/07/2020 (WEEK ENDING: 08/06/2020)
    30 38 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    16,977 -3% 2,832 707 13,438
    YTD OVERALL ACTIVITY
    39 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    535,836 105,176 261,261 524,090,465 48,993,289
    Last edited by braca2; Fri August 7, 2020, 21:42.

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  • braca2
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    ​​​​chart Date: 07/31/2020 (WEEK ENDING: 07/30/2020)
    31 30 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    17,572 9% 3,481 779 13,312
    YTD OVERALL ACTIVITY
    40 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    518,994 102,467 254,589 506,725,273 47,671,953

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  • braca2
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    Chart Date: 07/24/2020 (WEEK ENDING: 07/23/2020)

    https://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
    29 31 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    16,192 -4% 3,010 836 12,346
    YTD OVERALL ACTIVITY
    39 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    500,168 98,684 247,096 488,301,069 46,404,544

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  • braca2
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    https://www.billboard.com/articles/b...catalog-albums


    ‘Queen’s Greatest Hits’ Logs 55th Week at No. 1 on Catalog Albums & Just One Album Has Had a Longer Run​​​

    Queen’s Greatest Hits logs its 55th week at No. 1 on Billboard’s Catalog Albums chart -- a tally topped by just one album in the chart’s 29-year history. Bob Marley & the WailersLegend has headed the catalog chart for a whopping 126 weeks.

    Both of these compilations were released prior to the introduction of Catalog Albums in the Billboard issue dated May 25, 1991. Queen’s album was released in in the U.K. in October 1981. Marley’s album was released worldwide in May 1984.

    Queen’s album first hit No. 1 on Catalog Albums on June 2, 2018, five months before the U.S. release of the film Bohemian Rhapsody, which has turbocharged Queen’s popularity.



    The Catalog Albums chart ranks the most popular catalog albums of the week in the U.S. Catalog albums are generally titles that are at least 18 months old -- or holiday albums in their second holiday season.

    Here are the 20 albums with the longest runs at No. 1 on Catalog Albums. Each entry includes the album’s release date, the date the album first reached No. 1 on Catalog Albums and the album’s peak position on the Billboard 200.

    1.Bob Marley & the Wailers, Legend, 126 weeks at No. 1: This compilation was released three years after Marley’s death on May 11, 1981. Released: May 8, 1984; First reached No. 1: May 22, 1993; Billboard 200 peak: No. 5.

    2. Queen, Greatest Hits, 55 weeks: This is the rock album with the longest run at No. 1. Released in the U.K.: Oct. 26, 1981; First reached No. 1: June 2, 2018; Billboard 200 peak: No. 11.

    3. Creed, My Own Prison, 54 weeks: This is the regular studio album with the longest run at No. 1. It is also the debut album with the longest run at No. 1. Released: Aug. 26, 1997; First reached No. 1: Jan. 22, 2000; Billboard 200 peak: No. 22.

    4. Various Artists, Grease soundtrack, 52 weeks: This is the soundtrack with the longest run at No. 1. It is also the pop album with the longest run at No. 1. This is the only album to log 10 or more weeks at No. 1 on both Catalog Albums and the Billboard 200. This album spawned four top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 -- the Olivia Newton-John/John Travolta collabs “You’re the One That I Want” and “Summer Nights,” Newton-John’s solo smash “Hopelessly Devoted to You” and Frankie Valli’s “Grease.”
    Last edited by braca2; Tue July 21, 2020, 20:18.

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  • Rockintunesbaby
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    Thats completely insane but I'm not surprised. Its because more and more hits albums are coming into the album chart and staying there. In 10 or 15 years I don't think there will be many new artists in the list as few of them sell many albums. Queen, Fleetwood Mac and Elton John have all been pushing there way into the top 10 for months now, the only thing that stops them from frequenting the top 3 positions is a constant stream of 'fast to drop' new releases.

    Originally posted by zeus555 View Post
    At present, some UK Chart Fans, want The OCC to 'Ban' all 'Greatest Hits' Albums, from the Main UK Album Chart. They want them hidden away, in their own Chart. If they were to get their way, it would really end, the Main Album Chart presence, of many 'Heritage', (Old), Acts. Most of those Acts, only get into the Album Chart, with 'Hits' Albums. The Beatles can still have Studio Albums Hits, (Reissues), but they don't stay on the Chart for very long. Banning 'Greatest Hits' Albums, to their own Chart, would almost certainly stop Queen, ABBA, Elvis Presley, ELO, Bee Gees, Elton John, Bob Marley & The Wailers etc., from spending, any further time in the Main Album UK Chart. But, Fleetwood Mac would be OK, as even without 'Hits' Albums, their 'Rumours' Album, is forever in the Main Album Chart. The Rolling Stones are also OK, as they still release Studio Albums. Ironically, the Rolling Stones, are not very good at selling 'Hits' Albums. As his recent 9th No.1 proves, Bob Dylan, can also still have Hits, with Studio Albums. (Let's hope, that the 'Ban Hits Albums' People, don't get their wishes!)...


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  • braca2
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    So a greatest hits or best of is not an album then nor are live albums considered albums.
    Bizarre. Stop issuing an album chart then
    How about a music dvd chart these are mostly live show recordings.
    But what is their argument?
    I personally feel everything related to rap is not really music therefore it not a musical album and cannot be on the album chart!

  • zeus555
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    At present, some UK Chart Fans, want The OCC to 'Ban' all 'Greatest Hits' Albums, from the Main UK Album Chart. They want them hidden away, in their own Chart. If they were to get their way, it would really end, the Main Album Chart presence, of many 'Heritage', (Old), Acts. Most of those Acts, only get into the Album Chart, with 'Hits' Albums. The Beatles can still have Studio Albums Hits, (Reissues), but they don't stay on the Chart for very long. Banning 'Greatest Hits' Albums, to their own Chart, would almost certainly stop Queen, ABBA, Elvis Presley, ELO, Bee Gees, Elton John, Bob Marley & The Wailers etc., from spending, any further time in the Main Album UK Chart. But, Fleetwood Mac would be OK, as even without 'Hits' Albums, their 'Rumours' Album, is forever in the Main Album Chart. The Rolling Stones are also OK, as they still release Studio Albums. Ironically, the Rolling Stones, are not very good at selling 'Hits' Albums. As his recent 9th No.1 proves, Bob Dylan, can also still have Hits, with Studio Albums. (Let's hope, that the 'Ban Hits Albums' People, don't get their wishes!)...


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    Last edited by zeus555; Tue July 21, 2020, 11:38.

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  • braca2
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    Updated
    Bohemian Rhapsody (2018)

    Theatrical Performance
    Domestic Box Office $216,303,339 Details
    International Box Office $684,502,020 Details
    Worldwide Box Office $900,805,359
    Home Market Performance
    Est. Domestic DVD Sales $19,248,541 Details
    Est. Domestic Blu-ray Sales $41,354,173 Details
    Total Est. Domestic Video Sales $60,602,714

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  • braca2
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    Chart Date: 07/17/2020 (WEEK ENDING: 07/16/2020)
    https://hitsdailydouble.com/sales_plus_streaming
    27 29 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    16,914 -8% 3,257 761 12,895
    YTD OVERALL ACTIVITY
    39 QUEEN | GREATEST HITS 1
    HOLLYWOOD
    483,378 95,422 239,045 472,357,532 45,284,168

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