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  • #26
    CZ charts for this week
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    "Call Me When You're Sober" up to No.14(25)
    chart runs: 93-37-32-39-40-29-25-14

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    • #27
      Originally posted by joao
      Originally posted by TheRock1984
      Originally posted by joao
      The Open Door has sold 32,000 copies in UK in monday alone! That´s amazing, specially because UK has never been one of their main markets, so this album might even sell 100,000 or more in the first week!
      Uk has never been one of their main markets?

      you gotta be kidding me right?

      UK[1,147,519] Fallen
      Lol, if you consider this album sold 14 million worldwide and UK is one of the Top 3 markets in the world, their sales there have been disproportional. Even without the UK they would have a 12-13 million selling album, so it´s not like UK is THAT important for them.
      UK IS one of their main markets

      Going off what you're saying you could say that about any country bar the USA

      How many countried did Fallen sell 1,000,000+ in?

      I say 3 - 4 TOPS

      So it is

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      • #28
        Originally posted by blade699
        Originally posted by joao
        Originally posted by TheRock1984
        Originally posted by joao
        The Open Door has sold 32,000 copies in UK in monday alone! That´s amazing, specially because UK has never been one of their main markets, so this album might even sell 100,000 or more in the first week!
        Uk has never been one of their main markets?

        you gotta be kidding me right?

        UK[1,147,519] Fallen
        Lol, if you consider this album sold 14 million worldwide and UK is one of the Top 3 markets in the world, their sales there have been disproportional. Even without the UK they would have a 12-13 million selling album, so it´s not like UK is THAT important for them.
        UK IS one of their main markets

        Going off what you're saying you could say that about any country bar the USA

        How many countried did Fallen sell 1,000,000+ in?

        I say 3 - 4 TOPS

        So it is
        I say proportionally... In Uk it´s not that hard to sell 1 million, we often see albums crossing the 2m mark and sometimes even the 3m mark. Now take it artists like Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake who have sold around 1.7 or 1.8 million with their last albums in UK, and you notice that STILL they are behind Fallen in total european sales. Even if Evanescence had not even released their album in UK, they would still have a 2x platinum certification, while most of the other american mainstream acts have to count heavily on UK sales to make their certifications.

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        • #29
          Originally posted by joao
          Originally posted by blade699
          Originally posted by joao
          Originally posted by TheRock1984
          Originally posted by joao
          The Open Door has sold 32,000 copies in UK in monday alone! That´s amazing, specially because UK has never been one of their main markets, so this album might even sell 100,000 or more in the first week!
          Uk has never been one of their main markets?

          you gotta be kidding me right?

          UK[1,147,519] Fallen
          Lol, if you consider this album sold 14 million worldwide and UK is one of the Top 3 markets in the world, their sales there have been disproportional. Even without the UK they would have a 12-13 million selling album, so it´s not like UK is THAT important for them.
          UK IS one of their main markets

          Going off what you're saying you could say that about any country bar the USA

          How many countried did Fallen sell 1,000,000+ in?

          I say 3 - 4 TOPS

          So it is
          I say proportionally... In Uk it´s not that hard to sell 1 million, we often see albums crossing the 2m mark and sometimes even the 3m mark. Now take it artists like Christina Aguilera and Justin Timberlake who have sold around 1.7 or 1.8 million with their last albums in UK, and you notice that STILL they are behind Fallen in total european sales. Even if Evanescence had not even released their album in UK, they would still have a 2x platinum certification, while most of the other american mainstream acts have to count heavily on UK sales to make their certifications.
          Yeah you said that before

          But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke

          It's almost certainly it's best figures for a European country - THAT'S how the UK matters

          So it is actually the MOST important European country, just cos it's sales were a fraction of those altogether doesn't mean it's less important that any other country - expecially when 90% of those country's can't match UK sales

          That's all

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          • #30
            But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke
            it's a joke because Joao is a joke actually and the biggest one on this forum, Basil is close to him...
            Whiskey River take my mind,
            Don't let her mem'ry torture me.
            Whiskey River don't run dry,
            You're all I've got, take care of me.

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            • #31
              Originally posted by TheRock1984
              But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke
              it's a joke because Joao is a joke actually and the biggest one on this forum, Basil is close to him...
              Bonjour

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              • #32
                Originally posted by TheRock1984
                Basil is close to him...
                What!? Basil is one of the best posters on this board, he's one of the few people here who are strictly about the charts. I wish there were more people here like him and less people who come here to fight and talk crap about about artists.

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                • #33
                  EVANESCENCE OPENS UP
                  CHART DOOR

                  Wind-up’s #1 Debut Could Hit 400k, The Killers, George Strait, Beck, Monica and Jet Also Headed for Bows

                  October 4, 2006

                  There’s nothing evanescent about Evanescence.
                  Amy Lee’s reconstituted goth band is targeted for the #1 spot on next week’s chart with Wind-up’s The Open Door headed for anywhere between 375-400k, based on first-day sales figures from all retailers still taking our calls. That’ll be good enough to top Island Vegas rockers The Killers’ Sam’s Town, which appears bound for a #2 debut, with upwards of 320k.

                  MCA Nashville’s George Strait is right behind those two with an estimated 260-280k for his latest, It Just Comes Natural. He can say that again. Interscope’s Beck comes with The Information, which looks headed for 100k, as does J diva Monica’s The Makings of Me.

                  Elektra’s Jet (50-60k), RCA Nashville’s Chris Young (40-50k) and Verity gospel great Fred Hammond (30-35k) are also assured of Top 50 debuts. Also on tap: Concord's Ray Charles/Count Basie posthumous collaboration (30k), Virgin's Sleepy Brown (25k) and Interscope blue-eyed soul man Robin Thicke (15-20k).


                  Next week, J Records' Rod Stewart, Sony BMG Nashville's Jimmy Buffett, G Unit/ Interscope's Lloyd Banks, Rowdy/Universal Motown's Sammie, a Christmas album from SBMG Nashville's Brad Paisley and a Deutsche Grammophon album featuring Sting with strings hit retail shelves.

                  Overall, the market was up 3% vs. last week, down 4% vs. same week last year and now down a little over 5% to date.

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                  • #34
                    Originally posted by seattleboy
                    Originally posted by TheRock1984
                    Basil is close to him...
                    What!? Basil is one of the best posters on this board, he's one of the few people here who are strictly about the charts. I wish there were more people here like him and less people who come here to fight and talk crap about about artists.
                    Holy*beep* What Did I say Basil?! I was thinking about N*****
                    Whiskey River take my mind,
                    Don't let her mem'ry torture me.
                    Whiskey River don't run dry,
                    You're all I've got, take care of me.

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                    • #35
                      Originally posted by TheRock1984
                      But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke
                      it's a joke because Joao is a joke actually and the biggest one on this forum, Basil is close to him...
                      When you don´t have arguments you need to go trough personal insult. All I say is the performance of Evanescence in UK won´t make that much difference to their worldwide total, because they are huge practically everywhere, unlike other USA artists who fail in other markets, not matter how much the yankess try to force the rest of the world this inferior garbage, just like they do with McDonalds food.

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                      • #36
                        French Chart

                        CMWYS #20(new)

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                        • #37
                          #36 for the album in Brasil.

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                          • #38
                            Originally posted by Popspops
                            EVANESCENCE OPENS UP
                            CHART DOOR

                            Wind-up’s #1 Debut Could Hit 400k, The Killers, George Strait, Beck, Monica and Jet Also Headed for Bows

                            October 4, 2006

                            There’s nothing evanescent about Evanescence.
                            Amy Lee’s reconstituted goth band is targeted for the #1 spot on next week’s chart with Wind-up’s The Open Door headed for anywhere between 375-400k, based on first-day sales figures from all retailers still taking our calls. That’ll be good enough to top Island Vegas rockers The Killers’ Sam’s Town, which appears bound for a #2 debut, with upwards of 320k.

                            MCA Nashville’s George Strait is right behind those two with an estimated 260-280k for his latest, It Just Comes Natural. He can say that again. Interscope’s Beck comes with The Information, which looks headed for 100k, as does J diva Monica’s The Makings of Me.

                            Elektra’s Jet (50-60k), RCA Nashville’s Chris Young (40-50k) and Verity gospel great Fred Hammond (30-35k) are also assured of Top 50 debuts. Also on tap: Concord's Ray Charles/Count Basie posthumous collaboration (30k), Virgin's Sleepy Brown (25k) and Interscope blue-eyed soul man Robin Thicke (15-20k).


                            Next week, J Records' Rod Stewart, Sony BMG Nashville's Jimmy Buffett, G Unit/ Interscope's Lloyd Banks, Rowdy/Universal Motown's Sammie, a Christmas album from SBMG Nashville's Brad Paisley and a Deutsche Grammophon album featuring Sting with strings hit retail shelves.

                            Overall, the market was up 3% vs. last week, down 4% vs. same week last year and now down a little over 5% to date.
                            I was thinking about at least 500k...

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                            • #39
                              Originally posted by joao
                              Originally posted by TheRock1984
                              But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke
                              it's a joke because Joao is a joke actually and the biggest one on this forum, Basil is close to him...
                              When you don´t have arguments you need to go trough personal insult. All I say is the performance of Evanescence in UK won´t make that much difference to their worldwide total, because they are huge practically everywhere, unlike other USA artists who fail in other markets, not matter how much the yankess try to force the rest of the world this inferior garbage, just like they do with McDonalds food.
                              All you say is that Evanescense performance in the UK isn't that important when we know they sell more in the UK than 90% of other countries

                              So going by what you're saying you'd have to say that about the other 90% of the countries, as their sales can't match UK's

                              Which is just stupid = You make NO sense

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                              • #40
                                Originally posted by blade699
                                Originally posted by joao
                                Originally posted by TheRock1984
                                But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke
                                it's a joke because Joao is a joke actually and the biggest one on this forum, Basil is close to him...
                                When you don´t have arguments you need to go trough personal insult. All I say is the performance of Evanescence in UK won´t make that much difference to their worldwide total, because they are huge practically everywhere, unlike other USA artists who fail in other markets, not matter how much the yankess try to force the rest of the world this inferior garbage, just like they do with McDonalds food.
                                All you say is that Evanescense performance in the UK isn't that important when we know they sell more in the UK than 90% of other countries

                                So going by what you're saying you'd have to say that about the other 90% of the countries, as their sales can't match UK's

                                Which is just stupid = You make NO sense
                                All I am sayng is that UK contibuted to 8% of the total sales of Evanescence´s last album, while for artists like Christina and Justin, it was between 20-25% of their total WW sales, IS IT CLEAR ENOUGH???

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                                • #41
                                  Originally posted by joao
                                  Originally posted by blade699
                                  Originally posted by joao
                                  Originally posted by TheRock1984
                                  But when you say it's not like the UK is THAT important for them is just a joke
                                  it's a joke because Joao is a joke actually and the biggest one on this forum, Basil is close to him...
                                  When you don´t have arguments you need to go trough personal insult. All I say is the performance of Evanescence in UK won´t make that much difference to their worldwide total, because they are huge practically everywhere, unlike other USA artists who fail in other markets, not matter how much the yankess try to force the rest of the world this inferior garbage, just like they do with McDonalds food.
                                  All you say is that Evanescense performance in the UK isn't that important when we know they sell more in the UK than 90% of other countries

                                  So going by what you're saying you'd have to say that about the other 90% of the countries, as their sales can't match UK's

                                  Which is just stupid = You make NO sense
                                  All I am sayng is that UK contibuted to 8% of the total sales of Evanescence´s last album, while for artists like Christina and Justin, it was between 20-25% of their total WW sales, IS IT CLEAR ENOUGH???
                                  So give a breakdown of all countries sales of Fallen and we will see if the UK is not one of their most important market
                                  Whiskey River take my mind,
                                  Don't let her mem'ry torture me.
                                  Whiskey River don't run dry,
                                  You're all I've got, take care of me.

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                                  • #42
                                    Originally posted by TheRock1984
                                    So give a breakdown of all countries sales of Fallen and we will see if the UK is not one of their most important market
                                    Of course they sold more in the UK then in other markets because UK is a very large market, and 1 million copies sold there is nothing exceptional, while in other countries it has to be a classic album to reach the million mark, which is something that someone not dickheaded would easily understand and not go on in post and more post of useless arguments, and still at the end of the day, last album from Evanescence had just 8% of its sales inside the united kingdom, which shows it would have been a blockbuster with or without the UK...

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                                    • #43
                                      The Open Door sold 64,000 copies in the UK until yesterday. With friday and saturday sales they should pass 100,000. Even tough they were not heavily promoted like some others, they seem to be doing better then a lot of their USA chart rivals, but STILL, their sales will be just a fraction of the abismal sucess that is the Killers new album - 200,000 copies sold until yesterday!

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                                      • #44
                                        Originally posted by joao
                                        Originally posted by TheRock1984
                                        So give a breakdown of all countries sales of Fallen and we will see if the UK is not one of their most important market
                                        Of course they sold more in the UK then in other markets because UK is a very large market, and 1 million copies sold there is nothing exceptional, while in other countries it has to be a classic album to reach the million mark, which is something that someone not dickheaded would easily understand and not go on in post and more post of useless arguments, and still at the end of the day, last album from Evanescence had just 8% of its sales inside the united kingdom, which shows it would have been a blockbuster with or without the UK...
                                        I think you're the one dickheaded with your 8% bull sh*t The UK has been the second best selling country for Fallen behind the states and even if 1 million is not that huge for the UK it was their 2 second main market. So if it's just 8% or whatever that just explain how much the worldwide success of Fallen was, yes this album was much more succesfull in Canada because it went 6 times platinum like in the states but whatever, with more than 1 million copies sold in the UK it was STILL their SECOND main market!! We are talkin about SALES here not about proportion of success
                                        Whiskey River take my mind,
                                        Don't let her mem'ry torture me.
                                        Whiskey River don't run dry,
                                        You're all I've got, take care of me.

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                                        • #45
                                          "The Open Door" debuted at No.2 in the UK!
                                          Does anyone know how many copies it has sold?

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                                          • #46
                                            Originally posted by tada
                                            "The Open Door" debuted at No.2 in the UK!
                                            Does anyone know how many copies it has sold?
                                            According to the Music Week report 94.409 copies

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                                            • #47
                                              Originally posted by PopBoy
                                              Originally posted by tada
                                              "The Open Door" debuted at No.2 in the UK!
                                              Does anyone know how many copies it has sold?
                                              According to the Music Week report 94.409 copies
                                              It's almost similar like Justin's opening week

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                                              • #48
                                                Australia

                                                The Open Door #1(New)
                                                Call Me When You’re Sober #5(=)

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                                                • #49
                                                  Ireland

                                                  The Open Door #3(New)
                                                  Call Me When You’re Sober #16(-3)

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                                                  • #50
                                                    Italy

                                                    The Open Door #2(New)
                                                    Call Me When You’re Sober #4(-1)

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