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  • Originally posted by AnderF10 View Post
    #11 on Oricon Daily Chart (physicals)

    Wow. Pretty great since she isn't promoting it. Does she even know this is out? lol

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    • Originally posted by lovedeluxe View Post


      Wow. Pretty great since she isn't promoting it. Does she even know this is out? lol
      She reposted fans' posts about the album on her Instagram story.
      Britney Spears • Janet Jackson • Christina Aguilera • Michael Jackson • Selena Gomez • Hilary Duff • Taylor Swift •

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      • The Janet Jackson Japanese Singles Collection Greatest Hits package is currently #1 on both Amazon Japan’s Pop and R&B Best Sellers charts.

        I didn't know the 50 greatest hits remix collection of Madonna U.S. #1 records was available in Japan as well it's #3 on the Pop seller of Amazon but anyway Janet is #1.

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        • Well the hype from the news from a few days has subsided and RN1814 views are "back to normal" at around 12k.
          "Crime is increasing
          Trigger happy policing..."
          -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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          • Originally posted by JeremySpears View Post

            She reposted fans' posts about the album on her Instagram story.
            She should've posted it on her ACTUAL IG. Putting it in the story doesn't quite help with increasing views.

            In better news, the video for "Love Will Never Do (Without You)" reached 1 million views on YouTube.
            "Crime is increasing
            Trigger happy policing..."
            -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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            • Oricon Daily Album ranking (Japan):

              8/23 #11 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
              8/24 #22 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-

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              • Oricon Daily Album ranking (Japan):

                8/23 #11 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                8/24 #22 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                8/25 #33 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                8/26 #28 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                Last edited by Mugen; Sun August 28, 2022, 00:26.

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                • ^8/25 #33

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                  • Originally posted by AnderF10 View Post
                    ^8/25 #33
                    Thanks, you do have the ranking for 8/27?

                    Oricon Daily Album ranking (Japan):

                    8/23 #11 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                    8/24 #22 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                    8/25 #33 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                    8/26 #28 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                    8/27 #31 - Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits-
                    Last edited by Mugen; Mon August 29, 2022, 01:09. Reason: Edited with AnderF10's number for 8/27

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                    • ^ #31

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                      • Japan (Oricon)

                        Physical Albums

                        25 (NE) Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits- (1,919)

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                        • Billboard Japan Hot Albums
                          28 (New) Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits

                          Billboard Japan Top Album Sales
                          19 (New) Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits - 2,269 copies

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                          • FEMALE ARTISTS WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE TOP TEN SINGLES
                            1. Janet Jackson - 18 (1989-1998)
                            2. Madonna - 16 (1984-1989)
                            3. Mariah Carey - 11 (1990-1994)
                            4. Whitney Houston - 10 (1985-1988)

                            Doubt this record Janet set will be broken anytime soon.
                            "Crime is increasing
                            Trigger happy policing..."
                            -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                            • Japan (Oricon)

                              Physical Albums

                              91 (25) 2 Japanese Single Collection-Greatest Hits- (443/2,362)

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                              • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post
                                FEMALE ARTISTS WITH THE MOST CONSECUTIVE TOP TEN SINGLES
                                1. Janet Jackson - 18 (1989-1998)
                                2. Madonna - 16 (1984-1989)
                                3. Mariah Carey - 11 (1990-1994)
                                4. Whitney Houston - 10 (1985-1988)

                                Doubt this record Janet set will be broken anytime soon.
                                If Pleasure Principle went top 10, she would have had 24 consecutive top 10 singles. Imagine that!

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                                • Originally posted by red3269 View Post

                                  If Pleasure Principle went top 10, she would have had 24 consecutive top 10 singles. Imagine that!
                                  Right. She'd be so far from the others. Just amazing that The Pleasure Principle only got to number 14. And Diamonds wasn't credited to her on the pop side (as it should've IMHO).
                                  "Crime is increasing
                                  Trigger happy policing..."
                                  -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                  • She’s so underrated. Her legacy is being so mismanaged I fear.
                                    Britney, X-tina, Lana, Janet, Spice Girls, Kylie, Dannii

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                                    • Originally posted by adamf2thedeath View Post
                                      She’s so underrated. Her legacy is being so mismanaged I fear.
                                      Definitely mismanaged. It's a shame. She was definitely one of the biggest pop divas of her era and yet compared to Madonna, Whitney and Mariah, she gets little attention.
                                      "Crime is increasing
                                      Trigger happy policing..."
                                      -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                      • BILLBOARD JAPAN TOP PHYSICAL ALBUM SALES:

                                        67 (19) 2 Japanese Singles Collection - Greatest Hits

                                        Falls off Billboard Japan's Hot Albums chart from #28.

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                                        • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                                          Right. She'd be so far from the others. Just amazing that The Pleasure Principle only got to number 14. And Diamonds wasn't credited to her on the pop side (as it should've IMHO).
                                          Neither she's credited for Diamonds or What's It Gonna Be when she should have.

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                                          • Originally posted by Nerd Score View Post

                                            Neither she's credited for Diamonds or What's It Gonna Be when she should have.
                                            Her not being credited for WIGB on the Hot 100 surprised me.
                                            "Crime is increasing
                                            Trigger happy policing..."
                                            -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                            • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                                              Right. She'd be so far from the others. Just amazing that The Pleasure Principle only got to number 14. And Diamonds wasn't credited to her on the pop side (as it should've IMHO).
                                              That's why I always mention, imagine her Hot 100 stats if her R&B points were actually included for the pre-1999 years.... her PEAK!

                                              "That's the Way Love Goes"... would have been #1 forever!

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                                              • Originally posted by lovedeluxe View Post

                                                That's why I always mention, imagine her Hot 100 stats if her R&B points were actually included for the pre-1999 years.... her PEAK!

                                                "That's the Way Love Goes"... would have been #1 forever!
                                                It's just strange though, like, if Diamonds and WIGB was included and if those R&B points were included, could you imagine what she could've done!?
                                                "Crime is increasing
                                                Trigger happy policing..."
                                                -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                                                • I thought she was credited on Hot 100 for WIGB?

                                                  I still don't understand why she was credited for "Diamonds" on R&B and Dance but not the Hot 100.

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                                                  • I don't know, I saw somewhere where it didn't or at least the RIAA didn't credit her when the song was certified. She might've been credited on Billboard, but when it was certified in 1999, Janet's name was absent.

                                                    EDIT: Yeah Billboard credited her but for some reason, the RIAA didn't after the song got certified gold.
                                                    "Crime is increasing
                                                    Trigger happy policing..."
                                                    -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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