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  • Chrguy606
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    Originally posted by Yoshie View Post

    I love the 'Out of the Woods' music video, but imagine if this had been released instead. I hope it gets some nice treatment when 1989 (Taylor's Version) drops.
    If what had been released?

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  • Yoshie
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    Originally posted by JeremySpears View Post

    YESSSSS

    Should've been a single and a #1 hit everywhere
    I love the 'Out of the Woods' music video, but imagine if this had been released instead. I hope it gets some nice treatment when 1989 (Taylor's Version) drops.

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  • JeremySpears
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    Originally posted by AndiIversen View Post
    YESSSSS

    Should've been a single and a #1 hit everywhere

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  • JC96
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    Her 2nd song this decade over 500M on Spotify. Next is All Too Well (10 Minute Version)

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  • jordi_89
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    Originally posted by Yoshie View Post
    1 1 TAYLOR SWIFT | MIDNIGHTS
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    175,672 -11% 53,957 1,742 119,973
    26 17 TAYLOR SWIFT | RED (TAYLOR'S VERSION)
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    21,467 23% 7,630 82 13,754
    25 21 TAYLOR SWIFT | FOLKLORE
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    20,646 12% 6,980 72 13,594
    30 26 TAYLOR SWIFT | LOVER
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    18,651 16% 5,292 103 13,256
    48 40 TAYLOR SWIFT | EVERMORE
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    15,544 16% 6,117 52 9,375
    45 44 TAYLOR SWIFT | 1989
    BIG MACHINE/BMLG (UMG)
    14,804 8% 832 193 13,779



    Come thru, RTV! That's its highest position in a long while.
    5 albums in the Top 40. She makes it look so easy.

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  • arab
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    3 albums with 20k+...oh my my

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  • Yoshie
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    1 1 TAYLOR SWIFT | MIDNIGHTS
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    175,672 -11% 53,957 1,742 119,973
    26 17 TAYLOR SWIFT | RED (TAYLOR'S VERSION)
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    21,467 23% 7,630 82 13,754
    25 21 TAYLOR SWIFT | FOLKLORE
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    20,646 12% 6,980 72 13,594
    30 26 TAYLOR SWIFT | LOVER
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    18,651 16% 5,292 103 13,256
    48 40 TAYLOR SWIFT | EVERMORE
    REPUBLIC (UMG)
    15,544 16% 6,117 52 9,375
    45 44 TAYLOR SWIFT | 1989
    BIG MACHINE/BMLG (UMG)
    14,804 8% 832 193 13,779



    Come thru, RTV! That's its highest position in a long while.

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  • AndiIversen
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  • Nost
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    Australia :

    #17 (-2) 1989
    #26 (+2) Lover
    #27 (-1) Folklore
    #29 (+14) Reputation
    #30 (+3) Red (Taylor's Version)

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  • JC96
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    Anthem!
    Next Shake It Off...

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  • jordi_89
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    Originally posted by Nost View Post
    She's probably gonna be the only one to achieve that this year, right

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  • Chrguy606
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    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post

    Maybe there should be a rule saying that era threads should go as long as the album isn't older than 1.5 years and currently not charting on a major chart's top 20.
    There just needs consistency with the rules. I remember the “21” thread closing even though it was chatting and then a few weeks later was when “Hello” was announced and started sending her so bums back up the charts. It was frustrating. Even more so when there were threads still opened that should’ve been closed.

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  • theMathematician
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    Originally posted by JeremySpears View Post

    Lady Gaga (and others probably as well) has like 90 topics open rn and Folklore and Evermore are actually still charting
    Maybe there should be a rule saying that era threads should go as long as the album isn't older than 1.5 years and currently not charting on a major chart's top 20.

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  • JeremySpears
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    Originally posted by Tansike View Post

    Because there would be too many Taylor topics being open and alive otherwise (the TV eras, Midnights, general sales are already three!). I think it makes sense.
    Lady Gaga (and others probably as well) has like 90 topics open rn and Folklore and Evermore are actually still charting

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  • JeremySpears
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    Signed copies of Folklore, Evermore, Red TV and Fearless TV were available in her store today. All sold out now.

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  • Leviathan
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    Originally posted by Tansike View Post

    Because there would be too many Taylor topics being open and alive otherwise (the TV eras, Midnights, general sales are already three!). I think it makes sense.
    Yeah definitely, although Folklore is still charting high the Folklore has been done since forever and the album is firmly in catalogue sales territory.

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  • Leviathan
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    Originally posted by Yoshie View Post
    I also think that evermore would have a higher total count had it not been released so shortly after folklore, though since they're intended to be sister albums, I think it made sense to Taylor and her label at the time.

    It's interesting that some of Taylor's highest sellers in the physical album buying market -- her debut and Speak Now -- are among her lowest shifters in terms of catalogue streams. Perhaps it's because a new generation has been exposed to Taylor creating a completely different genre of music, and streaming doesn't seem to reward country artists or albums.
    Her debut album doesn't really have many great fan favourite album tracks like her later albums do, plus its singles were never released outside so their streams are also fairly low because of that. Add to that the fact that Taylor has barely acknowledged it since like 2011 outside the inclusion of Should've Said No on the Reputation Tour setlist and the occasional Our Song performance and it makes sense that its streams aren't as huge.

    Speak Now suffers from a slightly similar problem, though it has a lot more popular album tracks which explain its streams being so much higher despite it actually selling a little less than her debut physically. It didn't have any big singles with Mine being the only one released outside the US, and it kind of flopped internationally, and songs like Mean not really being remembered. Its major saving grace now is Enchanted, which is actually doing really incredibly on streaming, being her fourth highest pre-Midnights song daily (it is even almost outdoing the two new versions of All Too Well combined). That is the main reason it is charting so surprisingly high in the US right now.

    Taylor's streams are still abnormally high though, I would kill for some of my other faves to have songs and albums do so well even while being considered underperformers for her lofty standards.

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  • Yoshie
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    I also think that evermore would have a higher total count had it not been released so shortly after folklore, though since they're intended to be sister albums, I think it made sense to Taylor and her label at the time.

    It's interesting that some of Taylor's highest sellers in the physical album buying market -- her debut and Speak Now -- are among her lowest shifters in terms of catalogue streams. Perhaps it's because a new generation has been exposed to Taylor creating a completely different genre of music, and streaming doesn't seem to reward country artists or albums.

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  • Tansike
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    Originally posted by Nost View Post


    Why is "Folklore" sales topic closed?
    Because there would be too many Taylor topics being open and alive otherwise (the TV eras, Midnights, general sales are already three!). I think it makes sense.

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  • Tansike
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    Originally posted by Leviathan View Post

    To be fair I feel like the true underperformer of Taylor's career will be Evermore, considering it's so far behind all of her other albums and being outsold by most of them.
    Which is somewhat unfair as it‘s imo one of her best ones. But I guess being released so shortly after Folklore kinda hurt after all.

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  • wowsignal14
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    Originally posted by icemoon View Post
    Midnights in Sweden
    week 1 1. 12k
    week 2 1. 7k
    week 3 1. 9k
    source ???

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  • JeremySpears
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    Crumbs for debut

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