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  • StephenN17
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    Originally posted by alfiebot
    Originally posted by StephenN17
    Cher's top 20 most downloaded songs in the UK:

    TITLE ARTIST PEAK YEAR
    1 BELIEVE CHER 1 1998
    2 IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME CHER 6 1989
    3 GYPSIES TRAMPS & THIEVES CHER 4 1971
    4 THE SHOOP SHOOP SONG (IT'S IN HIS KISS) CHER 1 1991
    5 I GOT YOU BABE SONNY & CHER 1 1965
    6 I HOPE YOU FIND IT CHER 25 2013
    7 JUST LIKE JESSE JAMES CHER 11 1990
    8 WALKING IN MEMPHIS CHER 11 1995
    9 STRONG ENOUGH CHER 5 1999
    10 I FOUND SOMEONE CHER 5 1987
    11 YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LAST OF ME CHER N/A 2010
    12 WELCOME TO BURLESQUE CHER N/A 2010
    13 ALL OR NOTHING CHER 12 1999
    14 BANG BANG (MY BABY SHOT ME DOWN) CHER 3 1966
    15 LOVE & UNDERSTANDING CHER 10 1991
    16 SAVE UP ALL YOUR TEARS CHER 37 1991
    17 ONE BY ONE CHER 7 1996
    18 HEART OF STONE CHER 43 1990
    19 THE BEAT GOES ON SONNY & CHER 29 1967
    20 AFTER ALL CHER & PETER CETERA N/A 1989

    2016 Official Charts Company . All rights reserved.
    http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-...vealed__15108/
    Can we make some estimate for IHYFI, YHSTLOM and WTB based on this? I mean, great of them to make a post, but sales for 3 or 4 recent singles would've been nice.
    Sorry about the late reply but IHYFI should be on 40,000 downloads so The Shoop Shoop Song must be very close to Platinum (600,000) and IICTBT has to be over 300,000. It's a shame they never said the sales of the top 5, that would have been great.

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  • alfiebot
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    Found this interesting chart tidbit by a fan who has lots of Cher chart, TV ratings, tour gross, etc stats and references:

    :::Cher has had at least one Top-10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart while in her Teens, Twenties, Thirties, Forties and Fifties.
    :::Cher has charted at least two Top-10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the 1960's, 1970's, 1980's and 1990's

    :::TEENS
    Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) #2 (1966) age 19
    I Got You Babe #1 Sonny & Cher (1965) age 19
    Baby Don't Go #8 Sonny & Cher (1965) age 19

    :::TWENTIES
    The Beat Goes On #6 Sonny & Cher (1967) age 20
    You Better Sit Down Kids #9 (1967) age 21
    Gypsies Tramps and Thieves #1 (1971) age 25
    All I Ever Need Is You #7 Sonny & Cher (1971) age 25
    The Way Of Love #7 (1972) age 25
    A Cowboys Work Is Never Done #8 Sonny & Cher (1972) age 25
    Half Breed #1 (1973) age 27
    Dark Lady #1 (1974) age 27

    :::THIRTIES
    Take Me Home #8 (1979) age 32

    :::FORTIES
    I Found Someone #10 (1988) age 41
    After All #6 (1989) age 42
    If I Could Turn Back Time #3 (1989) age 43
    *Just Like Jesse James #8 (1989/90) age 43
    *this song gave Cher a Top-10 in 4 decades: Dec 16,1989 #10, Dec 23,1989 #8, Dec 30,1989 #8, Jan 6,1990 #8, Jan 13,1990 #8

    :::FIFTIES
    *Believe #1 (1999) age 52
    *This song gave Cher the longest span of #1 hits:
    27 years and 5 months -Gypsies,Tramps and Thieves 11-6-1971 to 4-3-1999 Believe
    33 years,7 months and 3 weeks -I Got You Babe 8-14-1965 to 4-3-1999 Believe.
    So cool!

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  • alfiebot
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    iTunes:

    Cher's Greatest Hits: 1965-1992
    #56 Denmark

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  • alfiebot
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    iTunes:

    Cher's Greatest Hits: 1965-1992
    #49 Denmark

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  • alfiebot
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    Originally posted by PDC717
    Originally posted by alfiebot
    Originally posted by PDC717
    It seems like Billboard goes back-and-forth on whether or not they include Sonny and Cher records in Cher's chart history. They were a separate recording act, not simply two solo artists who kept duetting. Quite frankly if they do there's no reason for them to not include Jackson 5 records with Michael Jackson's chart history, and Diana Ross and the Supremes in with Diana's.
    They were a duo not a group, with Cher's voice present about 80% in most of their songs.
    Anyway, they did count both the duo's and her solo hits before, as seen in this scan from Billboard's 40th anniversary issue:
    But the last time they reported females with most hot 100 entries they didn't include Cher, so I guess they changed the rules.
    Right, and a duo is an act and completely separate from the two solo artists involved.
    Yeah but still, duo is formed of two people, their songs are duets, so credit should go to both, while groups have 4 or 5 members thus it's trickier to give credit to all of them, especially when their names are not mentioned in the group name. That being said, UK counts all the Diana Ross and the Supreme records to Diana's tally, just like they count S&C to Cher's...

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  • PDC717
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    Originally posted by alfiebot
    Originally posted by PDC717
    It seems like Billboard goes back-and-forth on whether or not they include Sonny and Cher records in Cher's chart history. They were a separate recording act, not simply two solo artists who kept duetting. Quite frankly if they do there's no reason for them to not include Jackson 5 records with Michael Jackson's chart history, and Diana Ross and the Supremes in with Diana's.
    They were a duo not a group, with Cher's voice present about 80% in most of their songs.
    Anyway, they did count both the duo's and her solo hits before, as seen in this scan from Billboard's 40th anniversary issue:

    But the last time they reported females with most hot 100 entries they didn't include Cher, so I guess they changed the rules.
    Right, and a duo is an act and completely separate from the two solo artists involved.

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  • alfiebot
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    Originally posted by alfiebot
    Originally posted by StephenN17
    Cher's top 20 most downloaded songs in the UK:

    TITLE ARTIST PEAK YEAR
    1 BELIEVE CHER 1 1998
    2 IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME CHER 6 1989
    3 GYPSIES TRAMPS & THIEVES CHER 4 1971
    4 THE SHOOP SHOOP SONG (IT'S IN HIS KISS) CHER 1 1991
    5 I GOT YOU BABE SONNY & CHER 1 1965
    6 I HOPE YOU FIND IT CHER 25 2013
    7 JUST LIKE JESSE JAMES CHER 11 1990
    8 WALKING IN MEMPHIS CHER 11 1995
    9 STRONG ENOUGH CHER 5 1999
    10 I FOUND SOMEONE CHER 5 1987
    11 YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LAST OF ME CHER N/A 2010
    12 WELCOME TO BURLESQUE CHER N/A 2010
    13 ALL OR NOTHING CHER 12 1999
    14 BANG BANG (MY BABY SHOT ME DOWN) CHER 3 1966
    15 LOVE & UNDERSTANDING CHER 10 1991
    16 SAVE UP ALL YOUR TEARS CHER 37 1991
    17 ONE BY ONE CHER 7 1996
    18 HEART OF STONE CHER 43 1990
    19 THE BEAT GOES ON SONNY & CHER 29 1967
    20 AFTER ALL CHER & PETER CETERA N/A 1989

    2016 Official Charts Company . All rights reserved.
    http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-...vealed__15108/
    Can we make some estimate for IHYFI, YHSTLOM and WTB based on this? I mean, great of them to make a post, but sales for 3 or 4 recent singles would've been nice.
    Hey Stephen do you have any estimates for the mentioned singles? Could their download sales be around 50k?

    We know that 'Believe' sold 25k downloads in 2013 alone, so I say its total download sales are around 200k+. As for 'TBT', maybe around 100k?

    Also, 'The Shoop Shoop Song' is definitely eligible for Platinum, seeing its at #4 and we know it sold 550k during the 90s.

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  • alfiebot
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    Originally posted by PDC717
    It seems like Billboard goes back-and-forth on whether or not they include Sonny and Cher records in Cher's chart history. They were a separate recording act, not simply two solo artists who kept duetting. Quite frankly if they do there's no reason for them to not include Jackson 5 records with Michael Jackson's chart history, and Diana Ross and the Supremes in with Diana's.
    They were a duo not a group, with Cher's voice present about 80% in most of their songs.
    Anyway, they did count both the duo's and her solo hits before, as seen in this scan from Billboard's 40th anniversary issue:

    But the last time they reported females with most hot 100 entries they didn't include Cher, so I guess they changed the rules.

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  • PDC717
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    It seems like Billboard goes back-and-forth on whether or not they include Sonny and Cher records in Cher's chart history. They were a separate recording act, not simply two solo artists who kept duetting. Quite frankly if they do there's no reason for them to not include Jackson 5 records with Michael Jackson's chart history, and Diana Ross and the Supremes in with Diana's.

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  • jeangrey
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    Cher's 20 Biggest Billboard Hits

    In honor of the legendary diva's birthday, we've ranked the biggest songs of her inimitable six-decade-long career

    To celebrate superstar dance/pop diva Cher's 70th birthday today (May 20), Billboard has unveiled the legendary performer's top 20 Billboard Hot 100 hits.

    As we ... turn back time ... in our chart archives, we find that the Academy-, Emmy- and Grammy Award-winner's 1973 No. 1 hit "Half Breed" leads this exclusive list. (See a timeline of Cher's extensive career here.)

    Cher's 33 Most Outrageous Outfits | Cher Interview: Diva Reflects on 50 Years on the Charts

    The track is one of five No. 1s on this tally; four are by Cher as a solo artist and one from her time as half of Sonny & Cher. The husband-and-wife duo place five songs on this recap, including all five of its top 10 Hot 100 hits.

    At No. 20 on the tally is Cher's debut chart hit as a soloist, the Bob Dylan-penned "All I Really Want to Do," which arrived on the Hot 100 dated July 3, 1965 (the same week that the Byrds' version of the song bowed; her recording went on to peak at No. 15, while their take hit No. 40.) A week later, Sonny & Cher's "I Got You Babe" debuted.

    Here are Cher's 20 biggest Billboard Hot 100 hits:

    Rank. Title, Hot 100 Peak Year, Position (Weeks Spent at No. 1)

    1. "Half Breed" 1973 Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 (two weeks)
    2. "Believe" 1999 Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 (four)
    3. "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves" 1971 Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 (two)
    4. "I Got You Babe" 1965 Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 (three)
    5. "Dark Lady" 1974 Hot 100 Peak: No. 1 (one)
    6. "If I Could Turn Back Time" 1989 Hot 100 Peak: No. 3
    7. "Just Like Jesse James" 1989 Hot 100 Peak: No. 8
    8. "Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down)" 1966 Hot 100 Peak: No. 2
    9. "After All" 1989 Hot 100 Peak: No. 6
    10. "I Found Someone" 1988 Hot 100 Peak: No. 10
    11. "Take Me Home" 1979 Hot 100 Peak: No. 8
    12. "The Beat Goes On" 1967 Hot 100 Peak: No. 6
    13. "All I Ever Need Is You" 1971 Hot 100 Peak: No. 7
    14. "The Way Of Love" 1972 Hot 100 Peak: No. 7
    15. "A Cowboy's Work Is Never Done" 1972 Hot 100 Peak: No. 8
    16. "Baby Don't Go" 1965 Hot 100 Peak: No. 8
    17. "You Better Sit Down Kids" 1967 Hot 100 Peak: No. 9
    18. "We All Sleep Alone" 1988 Hot 100 Peak: No. 14
    19. "Love and Understanding" 1991 Hot 100 Peak: No. 17
    20. "All I Really Want to Do" 1965 Hot 100 Peak: No. 15
    http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... board-hits

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  • alfiebot
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    iTunes:

    Cher's Greatest Hits: 1965-1992
    #19 Luxembourg
    #138 Switzerland
    #487 UK

    Believe
    #101 Brazil
    #197 Mexico

    If I Could Turn Back Time
    #150 Poland
    #163 Poland

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  • alfiebot
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    Originally posted by StephenN17
    Cher's top 20 most downloaded songs in the UK:

    TITLE ARTIST PEAK YEAR
    1 BELIEVE CHER 1 1998
    2 IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME CHER 6 1989
    3 GYPSIES TRAMPS & THIEVES CHER 4 1971
    4 THE SHOOP SHOOP SONG (IT'S IN HIS KISS) CHER 1 1991
    5 I GOT YOU BABE SONNY & CHER 1 1965
    6 I HOPE YOU FIND IT CHER 25 2013
    7 JUST LIKE JESSE JAMES CHER 11 1990
    8 WALKING IN MEMPHIS CHER 11 1995
    9 STRONG ENOUGH CHER 5 1999
    10 I FOUND SOMEONE CHER 5 1987
    11 YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LAST OF ME CHER N/A 2010
    12 WELCOME TO BURLESQUE CHER N/A 2010
    13 ALL OR NOTHING CHER 12 1999
    14 BANG BANG (MY BABY SHOT ME DOWN) CHER 3 1966
    15 LOVE & UNDERSTANDING CHER 10 1991
    16 SAVE UP ALL YOUR TEARS CHER 37 1991
    17 ONE BY ONE CHER 7 1996
    18 HEART OF STONE CHER 43 1990
    19 THE BEAT GOES ON SONNY & CHER 29 1967
    20 AFTER ALL CHER & PETER CETERA N/A 1989

    2016 Official Charts Company . All rights reserved.
    http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-...vealed__15108/
    Can we make some estimate for IHYFI, YHSTLOM and WTB based on this? I mean, great of them to make a post, but sales for 3 or 4 recent singles would've been nice.

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  • StephenN17
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    Cher's top 20 most downloaded songs in the UK:

    TITLE ARTIST PEAK YEAR
    1 BELIEVE CHER 1 1998
    2 IF I COULD TURN BACK TIME CHER 6 1989
    3 GYPSIES TRAMPS & THIEVES CHER 4 1971
    4 THE SHOOP SHOOP SONG (IT'S IN HIS KISS) CHER 1 1991
    5 I GOT YOU BABE SONNY & CHER 1 1965
    6 I HOPE YOU FIND IT CHER 25 2013
    7 JUST LIKE JESSE JAMES CHER 11 1990
    8 WALKING IN MEMPHIS CHER 11 1995
    9 STRONG ENOUGH CHER 5 1999
    10 I FOUND SOMEONE CHER 5 1987
    11 YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LAST OF ME CHER N/A 2010
    12 WELCOME TO BURLESQUE CHER N/A 2010
    13 ALL OR NOTHING CHER 12 1999
    14 BANG BANG (MY BABY SHOT ME DOWN) CHER 3 1966
    15 LOVE & UNDERSTANDING CHER 10 1991
    16 SAVE UP ALL YOUR TEARS CHER 37 1991
    17 ONE BY ONE CHER 7 1996
    18 HEART OF STONE CHER 43 1990
    19 THE BEAT GOES ON SONNY & CHER 29 1967
    20 AFTER ALL CHER & PETER CETERA N/A 1989

    2016 Official Charts Company . All rights reserved.
    http://www.officialcharts.com/chart-...vealed__15108/

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  • alfiebot
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    "The Shoop Shoop Song" reached #71 on the official Polish airplay chart on the week 30.04. - 06.05.2016!

    http://bestsellery.zpav.pl/airplays/top ... 1968#title

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  • alfiebot
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    UK iTunes, Believe still rising:

    #134 Believe
    #758 If I Could Turn Back Time
    #1127 Strong Enough

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  • alfiebot
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    UK iTunes:

    #151 Believe

    It was performed on Britain Got Talent!

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  • alfiebot
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    UK iTunes:

    #166 Believe
    #1047 If I Could Turn Back Time
    #1367 Strong Enough

    #353 Cher's Greatest Hits: 1965-1992

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  • alfiebot
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    Originally posted by 88marcus88
    Wow! I had no idea that Foxy Lady sold so well!! This album should be re-released. Albums that sold much less are all the time being re-released in Deluxe Editions...
    It did very well considering it only had two minor hit singles ("Living in a House Divided" reached #22 on the Hot100 and #2 on AC and ''Don't Hide Your Love'' #46 and #19) but it came after the million selling GT&T album.

    It spent 22 weeks on the BB200 chart with 8 weeks inside top 50, and sales before were much better than today as we all know.

    Foxy Lady chart run in 1972: 120-85-57-52-48-45-45-44-44-*43*-43-44-52-57-61-74-74-98-131-146-170-191


    A re-release of her early 70s albums, as well as her mid 70s WB ones, would be great but I doubt they will do it anytime soon.
    They re-released her Geffen albums (Cher, Heart of Stone and Love Hurts), as well as It's a Man's World, Believe, Living Proof as a 3CD packages several years ago but they are more recent stuff and know people would be more interested in those.

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  • 88marcus88
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    Originally posted by alfiebot
    These are the Cher / Sonny & Cher albums and video releases which according to estimations and various sources have sold/shipped the necessary amount to be certified but are are missing certifications or should be re-certified in the US.
    There are also MANY uncertified singles, but I'll get to that later.

    Anyway, I posted it on twitter so all of the Cher fans here feel free to re-tweet: https://twitter.com/alfiebot1/status/602849831959269376



    Of course they will probably not bother to certify the 60s and the 70s stuff but as this year will be her 50th anniversary they should at least get the certs for the more recent releases.

    Wow! I had no idea that Foxy Lady sold so well!! This album should be re-released. Albums that sold much less are all the time being re-released in Deluxe Editions...

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  • alfiebot
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    iTunes:

    If I Could Turn Back Time
    #16 Swaziland
    #59 Zimbabwe

    I Got You Babe
    #34 Uganda
    #64 Moldova

    Strong Enough
    #45 Zimbabwe
    #147 Bahrain
    #157 Qatar

    Album: Cher's Greatest Hits: 1965-1992
    #13 Zimbabwe

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  • alfiebot
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    I read somewhere that Billboard reported in 2006 the SoundScan sales of 'Live! The Farewell Tour' album to be 200,000.
    Couldn't find that article, so can anyone confirm? Thanks!

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  • alfiebot
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    Originally posted by joiPrince_JO
    Does anyone know how much Believe (the album) has sold worldwide to date?
    This is from Warner Brothers official press release which states 20 and 11 million for the album and the single, but those are either way inflated or shipments:

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cher-cele ... 34556.html

    I'd say 12 million for the album, as for the single, well, the total in available certified and some reported sales are 7 million, and that is only counting 12 countries, so the single is in the 10-11 million range for sure, especially with the digital sales!

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  • StephenN17
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    Originally posted by joiPrince_JO
    Does anyone know how much Believe (the album) has sold worldwide to date?
    I would probably say about 11 million copies and the single Believe about 7.5 million.

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  • joiPrince_JO
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    Does anyone know how much Believe (the album) has sold worldwide to date?

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  • alfiebot
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    20th Century Masters: The Best of Cher

    iTunes:
    #39 Poland

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