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  • All For You-500k* + 937,000 = 1,437,000
    Doesn't Really Matter - 600k + 252,000 = 852,000

    *AFY sold/shipped 500k according to Billboard but never certified

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    • Originally posted by Choley View Post
      Together Again - 800k + 527k = 1,327,000
      I Get Lonely - 900k + 546k = 1,446,000
      I think the SoundScan data for TA is 1.1 million physical singles.

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      • Originally posted by thebigham View Post
        The All For You album...

        All For You: 937,000
        Doesn't Really Matter: 252,000
        Would You Mind: 193,000
        Son of a Gun: 133,000

        These 4 songs have a Sales Plus Streaming total of 1,515,000.
        What about Someone to Call My Lover?

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        • Originally posted by Choley View Post
          All For You-500k* + 937,000 = 1,437,000
          Doesn't Really Matter - 600k + 252,000 = 852,000

          *AFY sold/shipped 500k according to Billboard but never certified
          Do you also have physical sales of Someone To Call My Lover? Last I remember it sold about 250,000 copies.

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          • Sorry about "Someone." Editing error. Added to the original post.

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            • Originally posted by red3269 View Post

              Do you also have physical sales of Someone To Call My Lover? Last I remember it sold about 250,000 copies.
              200k for physical copies for Someone so 200k +262k = 462,000
              Last edited by Choley; Thu February 24, 2022, 16:55.

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              • Also according to chartsinfrance Come back to me physical sales were 440k, so 440k + 254k = 694,000

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                • NUMBER OF WEEKS JANET JACKSON SPENT AT NUMBER ONE ON THE BILLBOARD 200 WITH HER ALBUMS (1986-2015):

                  CONTROL (2)
                  RHYTHM NATION 1814 (4)
                  JANET. (6) - her longest-running number one album of her career
                  THE VELVET ROPE (1)
                  ALL FOR YOU (1)
                  DISCIPLINE (1)
                  UNBREAKABLE (1)

                  16 cumulative weeks.

                  Ranking her in all time female would look like:
                  TAYLOR SWIFT (51)
                  WHITNEY HOUSTON (46)
                  ADELE (40)
                  MARIAH CAREY (29)
                  BARBRA STREISAND (27)
                  MADONNA (20)
                  CAROLE KING (19)
                  JANET JACKSON (16) - eighth place for female artists

                  NUMBER OF WEEKS JANET JACKSON SPENT AT NUMBER ONE ON THE BILLBOARD HOT R&B/HIP-HOP CHART WITH HER ALBUMS (1986-2015):

                  CONTROL (8) - longest-running number one R&B album of her career
                  RHYTHM NATION 1814 (3)
                  JANET. (3)
                  ALL FOR YOU (1)
                  20 Y.O. (1)
                  DISCIPLINE (2)
                  UNBREAKABLE (1)

                  19 cumulative weeks.

                  Ranking her in all time female would look like:
                  ARETHA FRANKLIN (76)
                  MARY J. BLIGE (35)
                  BEYONCE (26)
                  WHITNEY HOUSTON (25)
                  JANET JACKSON (19) - fifth place for female artists overall
                  Last edited by BadMan125; Thu February 24, 2022, 18:01.
                  "Crime is increasing
                  Trigger happy policing..."
                  -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                  • All for You's numbers are really good! It's arguably her most well known song among Gen-Z along with That's the Way Love Goes.

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                    • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post
                      NUMBER OF WEEKS JANET JACKSON SPENT AT NUMBER ONE ON THE BILLBOARD 200 WITH HER ALBUMS (1986-2015):

                      CONTROL (2)
                      RHYTHM NATION 1814 (4)
                      JANET. (6) - her longest-running number one album of her career
                      THE VELVET ROPE (1)
                      ALL FOR YOU (1)
                      DISCIPLINE (1)
                      UNBREAKABLE (1)

                      16 cumulative weeks.

                      Ranking her in all time would look like:
                      TAYLOR SWIFT (51)
                      WHITNEY HOUSTON (46)
                      ADELE (40)
                      MARIAH CAREY (29)
                      MADONNA (20)
                      JANET JACKSON (16) - sixth place for female artists
                      Barbra Streisand - 27 weeks
                      Carole King - 19 weeks

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                      • Originally posted by Choley View Post

                        Barbra Streisand - 27 weeks
                        Carole King - 19 weeks
                        I forgot about them, thanks. *Editing*
                        "Crime is increasing
                        Trigger happy policing..."
                        -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                        • Originally posted by Choley View Post

                          200k for physical copies for Someone so 200k +262k = 462,000
                          Nice. Small chance this COULD be Gold depending on how many copies were shipped. I always try to factor in stores that were not covered by Sound Scan.

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                          • So All For You era (w/ sps)
                            -3.7M albums
                            -3M singles
                            -6.7M records sold in the US
                            Last edited by red3269; Sat February 26, 2022, 06:22.

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                            • "Call on Me" was the #8 best-selling physical single of 2006. https://worldradiohistory.com/Archiv...2006-12-23.pdf

                              Anyone have any idea on how much any of the singles on the year-end list sold? COM is at 300k+ SPS. Curious if it sold at least 200k physical.

                              SOMEWHEREOVERTHE
                              RAINBOW/MYDESTINY
                              KatharineMcPhee-RCA/RMG
                              3EVERYDAYISEXACTLYTHE
                              SAMENineInch
                              Nails-Nothing/Interscope
                              4SISTERScoundrelSquad
                              FeaturingBun-B-Invisible
                              5HUNGUPMadonna-WarnerBros.
                              6ME&UCassie-
                              NextSelection/BadBoy/Atlantic
                              7CHECKONITBeyonceFeaturing
                              SlimThug-Columbia
                              8CALLONMEJanet&Nelly-Virgin
                              9DEJAVUBeyonceFeaturingJay-
                              Z-Columbia
                              10PROMISCUOUSNellyFurtado
                              FeaturingTimbaland-Mosley/
                              Geffen
                              11HEARTBREAKHOTELElvis
                              Presley-RCA/SonyBMG
                              StrategicMarketingGroup
                              12SORRYMadonna-WarnerBros.
                              13INSIDEYOUR
                              HEAVEN/VEHICLE
                              BoBice-RCA/RMG
                              14GOLDLIONYeahYeah
                              Yeahs-DressUp/Interscope
                              15BUTTONSThePussycatDolls
                              FeaturingSnoopDogg-A&M/
                              Interscope
                              16BLACKSWEAT/BE

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                              • Originally posted by lovedeluxe View Post
                                "Call on Me" was the #8 best-selling physical single of 2006. https://worldradiohistory.com/Archiv...2006-12-23.pdf

                                Anyone have any idea on how much any of the singles on the year-end list sold? COM is at 300k+ SPS. Curious if it sold at least 200k physical.
                                Nope, physical single sales were very low.Here are the sales

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                                1. Taylor Hicks - Do I Make You Proud - 458,000
                                2. Katharine Mcphee - Somewhere Over The Rainbow - 158,000
                                3. Nine Inch Nails - Everyday Is Exactly The Same - 52,000
                                4. Sister Feat. Bun B - Scoundrel Squad - 46,000
                                5. Cassie - Me & U - 46,000
                                6. Janet & Nelly - Call On Me - 44,000
                                7. Beyonce - Check On It - 41,000
                                8. Beyonce - Deja Vu - 39,000
                                9. Nelly Furtado - Promiscuous - 34,000
                                10. Elvis Presley - Heartbreak Hotel: 50th Anniversary - 32,000
                                Latest physical sales figures for Call On Me is 60k
                                Last edited by Choley; Thu February 24, 2022, 20:16.

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                                • Well, that won't be gold anytime soon, but also shocked that it has done better than songs like "Doesn't Really Matter" and "Someone to Call My Lover".

                                  I know I said this before, but so crazy to see how many certifications she's due without VEVO/YouTube streams for almost all of her music videos.

                                  Her team failed on not fixing that sooner. AFY, Any Time, Any Place would probably already be platinum just from SPS.

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                                  • You think All For You (album) has a good chance to cross the 4x platinum mark in the next year or two? It is at 3.7M sps + BMG sales.

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                                    • Originally posted by lovedeluxe View Post
                                      "Call on Me" was the #8 best-selling physical single of 2006. https://worldradiohistory.com/Archiv...2006-12-23.pdf

                                      Anyone have any idea on how much any of the singles on the year-end list sold? COM is at 300k+ SPS. Curious if it sold at least 200k physical.

                                      SOMEWHEREOVERTHE
                                      RAINBOW/MYDESTINY
                                      KatharineMcPhee-RCA/RMG
                                      3EVERYDAYISEXACTLYTHE
                                      SAMENineInch
                                      Nails-Nothing/Interscope
                                      4SISTERScoundrelSquad
                                      FeaturingBun-B-Invisible
                                      5HUNGUPMadonna-WarnerBros.
                                      6ME&UCassie-
                                      NextSelection/BadBoy/Atlantic
                                      7CHECKONITBeyonceFeaturing
                                      SlimThug-Columbia
                                      8CALLONMEJanet&Nelly-Virgin
                                      9DEJAVUBeyonceFeaturingJay-
                                      Z-Columbia
                                      10PROMISCUOUSNellyFurtado
                                      FeaturingTimbaland-Mosley/
                                      Geffen
                                      11HEARTBREAKHOTELElvis
                                      Presley-RCA/SonyBMG
                                      StrategicMarketingGroup
                                      12SORRYMadonna-WarnerBros.
                                      13INSIDEYOUR
                                      HEAVEN/VEHICLE
                                      BoBice-RCA/RMG
                                      14GOLDLIONYeahYeah
                                      Yeahs-DressUp/Interscope
                                      15BUTTONSThePussycatDolls
                                      FeaturingSnoopDogg-A&M/
                                      Interscope
                                      16BLACKSWEAT/BE
                                      This is just for the US singles sales year-end in the US but it didn't make Billboard's Hot 100 Year-End at all (only reached number 25 and then dropped off rapidly after that) and was only #22 on the R&B Year-End of 2006. Doubt it's sold much after its peak. And outside her base, how many people actually remember it?
                                      "Crime is increasing
                                      Trigger happy policing..."
                                      -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                      • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                                        This is just for the US singles sales year-end in the US but it didn't make Billboard's Hot 100 Year-End at all (only reached number 25 and then dropped off rapidly after that) and was only #22 on the R&B Year-End of 2006. Doubt it's sold much after its peak. And outside her base, how many people actually remember it?
                                        You're right that it wasn't that successful in the US back then but it's been among her most popular songs on Spotify for a long time!

                                        It's also one of her biggest hits in some markets like Brazil where the video received a lot of airplay and South Korea, where its actually her top streamed song on the Korean streaming platform Melon with +3.4M streams.

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                                        • The Damita Jo album...

                                          All Nite (Don't Stop): 246,000
                                          I Want You: 63,000
                                          Just A Little While: 44,000

                                          These 3 songs have a Sales Plus Streaming total of 353,000
                                          Last edited by thebigham; Fri February 25, 2022, 15:25.

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                                          • 246k... for a song that STILL doesn't have a video on VEVO and suffered from a radio and MTV/VH-1 ban back in 2004, that's really not that bad.

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                                            • All Nite is my most played Janet song by a long shot. It deserved to be the lead!

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                                              • Originally posted by Instinct View Post
                                                All Nite is my most played Janet song by a long shot. It deserved to be the lead!
                                                I agree. It's one of my favorite singles. Probably would have been a top 5 hit if not #1 hit if the SB played out differently.

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                                                • So Damita Jo era
                                                  -1.1M albums (w/ sps)
                                                  -1.3M singles (I Want You certified 1x plat by RIAA for physicals)
                                                  -2.4M records sold in the US

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                                                  • The 20 Y.O. album...

                                                    Call One Me 307,000
                                                    So Excited 216,000

                                                    Sales Plus Streaming: 523,000

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