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  • #76
    Oricon Weekly Physical Album ranking(Japan): Week of 2/6/2023-2/12/2023

    98(NEW)1 This Is Why (396)

    Couple days of tracking. This is currently their lowest ranking album. Apparently, After Laughter never charted in Japan?


    • #77

      Wednesday, February 15, 2023TOP 20: STILL

      SZA's SOS (TDE/RCA) will remain at #1, while Paramore'sThis Is Why(WMG) and Pierce the Veil's The Jaws of Life(Fearless) look to debut in the Top 20.


      • #78
        The Contenders: How Will Paramore’s Sales Compete With SZA’s Streams on the Billboard 200?

        Paramore,This Is Why(Atlantic): One of the year’s most-anticipated rock releases comes from longtime hitmakersParamore,
        who are finishing out their Atlantic Records tenure with its sixth album,This Is Why.
        The band’s first full-length in six years is led by the hit title track, which recently became
        its first-everAlternative AirplayNo. 1, and comes on the heels of a media blitz that
        includes features i NPR and The New Yorker, as well as aBillboarddigital cover
        story. (The group’s last album, 2017’s After Laughter, peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard
        200, while their 2013 self-titled album topped the chart.)
        This Is Whyis expected to sell a signifi-
        cant number of physical copies, with six dif-
        ferent vinyl variants available, as well as de-
        luxe boxed sets that contain a T-shirt, along with either a CD or vinyl option. It will need robust sales to make up for the streaming
        gap between it and SZA’sSOS,which will otherwise score its ninth week atop the Bill-
        board 200. That would break a tie to make it the longest-running No. 1 album from a
        female artist this decade
        Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll


        • #79

          This Is Why

          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll


          • #80


            • #81
              UK :

              #1 (NE) This Is Why total: 21,093 units


              • #82
                MAJ SALES UK :

                528,573 Paramore - Riot!
                511,800 Paramore - Brand New Eyes
                154,834 Paramore - After Laughter


                • #83

                  SZA’s ‘SOS’ Has Most Weeks at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Among Albums by Women in Seven Years
                  By Keith Caulfield

                  Paramore scores its highest-charting album in nearly a decade, as This Is Why debuts at No. 2 on the Billboard 200. It’s also the highest-charting alternative album in almost a year. This Is Why is the band’s first album since After Laughter was released in May 2017; it debuted and peaked at No. 6. The group’s last album to go higher was its self-titled 2013 release, which debuted at No. 1 on the April 27, 2013-dated list.

                  This Is Why begins with 64,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that sum, album sales comprise 47,000, SEA units comprise 17,000 (equaling 21.3 million on-demand official streams of the set’s songs) and TEA units comprise a negligible sum. The album was ushered in by the album’s title track, which became the act’s first No. 1 on the Alternative Airplay chart (in February) after 11 previous entries going back to 2007.

                  This Is Why is the highest-charting alternative album on the Billboard 200 since Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Unlimited Love debuted at No. 1 on the April 16, 2022-dated chart. (Alternative albums are defined as those that have hit or are eligible for Billboard’s Top Alternative Albums chart.)


                  • #84
                    Oricon Weekly Physical Album ranking(Japan): Week of 2/13/2023-2/19/2023

                    220(98)2 This Is Why (161/557)


                    • #85

                      The Rolling Stones’ ‘GRRR Live!’ Makes Top 10 Debut on Album Sales Chart
                      By Keith Caulfield

                      Elsewhere on the new Top Album Sales chart, Paramore debuts atop the list with its latest studio album, This Is Why, launching with 47,000 copies sold. It’s the second leader for the band, which also led the tally with 2013’s self-titled set.


                      • #86
                        UK :

                        #23 (-22) This Is Why total: 24,220 units


                        • #87
                          Great visuals and music this era!
                          I think this will be a long lasting one just like Paramore self titled.
                          You got me feeling hella good, so let's just keep on dancin...


                          • #88

                            P!nk’s ‘Trustfall’ Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Album Sales Chart
                            By Keith Caulfield

                            Paramore’s chart-topping This Is Why falls 1-6 on Top Album Sales in its second week, selling 12,000 copies (down 74%).


                            • #89

                              Paramore Decode Fueled By Ramen Gold Single 26.05.2023