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  • #76
    COUNTRY DIGITAL SONG SALES
    The week of September 12, 2020
    TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
    1 NEW 1 Starting Over - Chris Stapleton ( 1 ) Mercury Nashville
    2 1 3 53 I Hope - Gabby Barrett ( 1 ) Warner Music Nashville
    3 2 5 19 Got What I Got - Jason Aldean ( 2 ) Broken Bow, BMG, Macon
    4 NEW 1 Crazyland - Eric Church ( 4 ) EMI Nashville, BigEC
    5 3 7 18 One Of Them Girls - Lee Brice ( 3 ) Curb
    6 5 4 22 One Margarita - Luke Bryan ( 1 ) Capitol Nashville, Row Crop
    7 7 8 6 Happy Anywhere - Blake Shelton Featuring Gwen Stefani ( 1 ) Warner Music Nashville
    8 8 9 9 Wine, Beer, Whiskey - Little Big Town ( 7 ) Capitol Nashville
    9 9 6 11 More Than My Hometown - Morgan Wallen ( 2 ) Big Loud
    10 12 14 5 I Should Probably Go To Bed - Dan + Shay ( 1 ) Warner Music Nashville
    11 10 10 13 Die From A Broken Heart - Maddie & Tae ( 8 ) Mercury
    12 15 16 8 Lovin' On You - Luke Combs ( 7 ) Columbia Nashville, River House
    13 4 1 3 7 Summers - Morgan Wallen ( 1 ) Big Loud
    14 18 21 237 Tennessee Whiskey - Chris Stapleton ( 1 ) Mercury
    15 17 18 23 Be A Light - Thomas Rhett Featuring Reba McEntire, Hillary Scott, Chris Tomlin & Keith Urban ( 1 ) Valory
    16 21 -- 6 One Beer - HARDY Featuring Lauren Alaina & Devin Dawson ( 16 ) Big Loud
    17 -- 23 2 Pretty Heart - Parker McCollum ( 17 ) MCA Nashville
    18 23 15 25 Bluebird - Miranda Lambert ( 5 ) RCA Nashville, Vanner
    19 NEW 1 Some Girls - Jameson Rodgers ( 19 ) Columbia Nashville, Combustion, River House
    20 20 13 31 Chasin' You - Morgan Wallen ( 5 ) Big Loud
    21 19 19 15 Why We Drink - Justin Moore ( 17 ) Valory
    22 Re-Entry 3 One Night Standards - Ashley McBryde ( 22 ) Warner Music Nashville
    23 25 24 38 Nobody But You - Blake Shelton Duet With Gwen Stefani ( 1 ) Warner Music Nashville
    24 Re-Entry 8 Stick That In Your Country Song - Eric Church ( 1 ) EMI Nashville
    25 Re-Entry 52 The Bones - Maren Morris ( 2 ) Columbia Nashville
    Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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    • #77
      BLUEGRASS ALBUMS
      The week of September 12, 2020
      TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
      1 3 1 11 Not Our First Goat Rodeo - Yo-Yo Ma/Stuart Duncan/Edgar Meyer/Chris Thile ( 1 ) Sony Classical, Sound Postings
      2 1 2 49 Home - Billy Strings ( 1 ) Rounder
      3 4 4 47 Sugar & Joy - The Dead South ( 1 ) Six Shooter
      4 6 5 9 40th Anniversary Celebration - Gary Brewer & The Kentucky Ramblers ( 1 ) Stretch Grass
      5 NEW 1 No Matter Where It Goes From Here - Wood & Wire ( 5 ) Blue Corn
      6 8 6 30 Bad For You - The SteelDrivers ( 1 ) Rounder
      7 9 11 47 Live At The Ryman - Old Crow Medicine Show ( 1 ) Columbia Nashville
      8 Re-Entry 14 Sigourney Fever (EP) - Trampled By Turtles ( 2 ) Banjodad
      9 Re-Entry 2 Blast From The Grassed - Hayseed Dixie ( 9 ) Hayseed Dixie
      10 Re-Entry 25 North Carolina Songbook - Steep Canyon Rangers ( 1 ) Yep Roc
      11 5 7 20 On The Widow's Walk - The White Buffalo ( 1 ) Snakefarm
      12 Re-Entry 11 Headlight - Della Mae ( 1 ) Rounder
      13 Re-Entry 2 On The Road: A Tribute To John Hartford - Various Artists ( 3 ) LoHi
      14 Re-Entry 9 Be Still Moses - Steep Canyon Rangers / Asheville Symphony ( 1 ) IDEASOUND
      15 -- 9 25 25 Trips - Sierra Hull ( 1 ) Rounder
      Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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      • #78
        AMERICANA/FOLK ALBUMS
        The week of September 12, 2020
        TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
        1 2 1 225 Traveller - Chris Stapleton ( 1 ) Mercury Nashville
        2 NEW 1 The Gleam III - The Avett Brothers ( 2 ) American, Loma Vista
        3 NEW 1 Western Swing & Waltzes And Other Punchy Songs - Colter Wall ( 3 ) La Honda
        4 3 3 77 Purgatory - Tyler Childers ( 3 ) Hickman Holler
        5 5 5 271 Hozier - Hozier ( 1 ) Rubyworks
        6 7 6 127 Golden Hour - Kacey Musgraves ( 1 ) MCA Nashville
        7 12 10 154 Greatest Hits - James Taylor ( 4 ) Warner Bros.
        8 4 2 7 Gaslighter - The Chicks ( 1 ) Columbia
        9 9 7 188 Simon And Garfunkel's Greatest Hits - Simon & Garfunkel ( 3 ) Columbia
        10 10 9 230 Cleopatra - The Lumineers ( 1 ) Dualtone
        11 11 11 182 In Between Dreams - Jack Johnson ( 5 ) Jack Johnson, Brushfire
        12 15 14 174 From A Room: Volume 1 - Chris Stapleton ( 1 ) Mercury Nashville
        13 13 12 93 The Best That I Could Do 1978 - 1988 - John Mellencamp ( 5 ) Mercury
        14 14 13 281 The Lumineers - The Lumineers ( 1 ) Dualtone
        15 NEW 1 Bless Your Heart - The Allman Betts Band ( 15 ) BMG
        16 1 -- 2 Down In The Weeds, Where The World Once Was - Bright Eyes ( 1 ) Dead Oceans
        17 NEW 1 Shape & Destroy - Ruston Kelly ( 17 ) Rounder
        18 16 15 187 Continuum - John Mayer ( 6 ) Columbia, Aware
        19 17 16 132 The Essential Bob Dylan (2014) - Bob Dylan ( 11 ) Columbia
        20 NEW 1 Live At Sound Emporium (EP) - Brittany Howard ( 20 ) ATO
        21 -- 25 132 From A Room: Volume 2 - Chris Stapleton ( 1 ) Mercury Nashville
        22 NEW 1 Elliott Smith - Elliott Smith ( 22 ) Kill Rock Stars
        23 19 17 31 John Denver's Greatest Hits - John Denver ( 15 ) RCA
        24 18 18 258 Dream Your Life Away - Vance Joy ( 2 ) Atlantic, F-Stop
        25 23 21 125 Greatest Hits - Neil Young ( 10 ) Reprise
        Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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        • #79
          POP SONGS
          The week of September 12, 2020
          TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
          1 1 1 16 Watermelon Sugar - Harry Styles ( 1 ) Erskine
          2 2 4 35 Before You Go - Lewis Capaldi ( 2 ) Vertigo
          3 3 3 38 Blinding Lights - The Weeknd ( 1 ) XO
          4 6 8 10 Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo ( 4 ) Columbia
          5 4 2 24 Break My Heart - Dua Lipa ( 1 ) Warner
          6 5 6 15 Rockstar - DaBaby Featuring Roddy Ricch ( 5 ) SouthCoast
          7 7 7 40 Adore You - Harry Styles ( 1 ) Erskine
          8 11 11 13 I Hope - Gabby Barrett Featuring Charlie Puth ( 8 ) Warner Music Nashville
          9 12 12 19 If The World Was Ending - JP Saxe Featuring Julia Michaels ( 9 ) Arista
          10 8 5 23 Roses - SAINt JHN ( 4 ) Godd Complexx
          11 9 10 22 Death Bed - Powfu Featuring beabadoobee ( 8 ) Robots And Humans
          12 13 15 15 Like That - Doja Cat Featuring Gucci Mane ( 12 ) Kemosabe
          13 15 17 7 Come & Go - Juice WRLD x Marshmello ( 13 ) Grade A
          14 14 14 7 Nobody's Love - Maroon 5 ( 14 ) 222
          15 10 9 24 Supalonely - BENEE Featuring Gus Dapperton ( 7 ) Republic
          16 16 19 8 Be Like That - Kane Brown With Swae Lee & Khalid ( 16 ) RCA Nashville
          17 22 29 13 ily - surf mesa Featuring Emilee ( 17 ) Astralwerks
          18 20 30 3 Dynamite - BTS ( 18 ) BigHit Entertainment
          19 18 20 9 Breaking Me - Topic & A7S ( 18 ) Astralwerks
          20 17 18 6 Cardigan - Taylor Swift ( 17 ) Republic
          21 19 21 9 Whats Poppin - Jack Harlow Featuring DaBaby, Tory Lanez & Lil Wayne ( 19 ) Generation Now
          22 21 27 4 Midnight Sky - Miley Cyrus ( 21 ) RCA
          23 35 -- 2 Mood - 24kGoldn Featuring iann dior ( 23 ) RECORDS
          24 25 32 9 Kings & Queens - Ava Max ( 24 ) Max Cut
          25 23 26 14 Bang! - AJR ( 23 ) BMG, AJR
          26 34 37 7 Moral Of The Story - Ashe Featuring Niall Noran ( 26 ) Mom + Pop
          27 28 31 9 Lose Somebody - Kygo & OneRepublic ( 27 ) Kygo AS
          28 26 25 6 My Future - Billie Eilish ( 25 ) Darkroom
          29 31 34 5 F2020 - Avenue Beat ( 29 ) Valory, Tape Room
          30 32 35 5 Popstar - DJ Khaled Featuring Drake ( 30 ) We The Best, OVO Sound
          31 37 -- 2 Laugh Now Cry Later - Drake Featuring Lil Durk ( 31 ) OVO Sound
          32 NEW 1 Ice Cream - BLACKPINK X Selena Gomez ( 32 ) YG
          33 27 24 20 Savage - Megan Thee Stallion Featuring Beyonce ( 7 ) 1501 Certified
          34 NEW 1 Over Now - Calvin Harris X The Weeknd ( 34 ) Columbia, XO
          35 36 36 6 Go Crazy - Chris Brown & Young Thug ( 34 ) CBE, 300
          36 30 28 19 Blueberry Faygo - Lil Mosey ( 13 ) Mogul Vision
          37 39 38 17 Stuck With U - Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber ( 14 ) SB Projects
          38 38 33 16 Rain On Me - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande ( 10 ) Streamline
          39 40 39 3 Funny - Zedd & Jasmine Thompson ( 39 ) Interscope
          40 NEW 1 Control - Zoe Wees ( 40 ) Valeria
          Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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          • #80
            ADULT CONTEMPORARY
            The week of September 12, 2020
            TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
            1 2 1 36 Adore You - Harry Styles ( 1 ) Erskine
            2 1 2 41 The Bones - Maren Morris ( 1 ) Columbia Nashville
            3 3 3 46 Circles - Post Malone ( 1 ) Republic
            4 4 4 50 Memories - Maroon 5 ( 1 ) 222
            5 6 6 23 Blinding Lights - The Weeknd ( 5 ) XO
            6 7 7 32 Don't Start Now - Dua Lipa ( 6 ) Warner
            7 8 8 45 Only Human - Jonas Brothers ( 7 ) Republic
            8 9 9 27 Intentions - Justin Bieber Featuring Quavo ( 8 ) Motown, SchoolBoy, Raymond Braun, Quality Control
            9 10 10 14 I Hope - Gabby Barrett Featuring Charlie Puth ( 9 ) Warner Music Nashville
            10 11 11 14 Before You Go - Lewis Capaldi ( 10 ) Vertigo
            11 12 12 6 Do What You Can - Bon Jovi ( 11 ) Island, Captain Kid
            12 13 13 14 Rain On Me - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande ( 12 ) Streamline
            13 14 14 6 Cardigan - Taylor Swift ( 13 ) Republic
            14 15 17 6 Nobody's Love - Maroon 5 ( 14 ) 222
            15 16 15 18 Together - for King & Country, Kirk Franklin & Tori Kelly ( 15 ) Curb-Word
            16 18 20 9 Break My Heart - Dua Lipa ( 16 ) Warner
            17 17 18 26 If The World Was Ending - JP Saxe Featuring Julia Michaels ( 14 ) Arista
            18 19 19 12 Watermelon Sugar - Harry Styles ( 18 ) Erskine
            19 20 21 16 Daisies - Katy Perry ( 11 ) Capitol
            20 22 24 5 What's Love Got To Do With It - Kygo x Tina Turner ( 20 ) Kygo AS
            21 23 23 7 Fearless - Goo Goo Dolls ( 21 ) Warner
            22 24 22 16 Love Myself (The High Note) - Tracee Ellis Ross ( 16 ) Focus Features
            23 21 27 3 Midnight Sky - Miley Cyrus ( 21 ) RCA
            24 NEW 1 Loyal Brave True - Christina Aguilera ( 24 ) Walt Disney
            25 NEW 1 Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo ( 25 ) Columbia
            26 NEW 1 I Should Probably Go To Bed - Dan + Shay ( 26 ) Warner Music Nashville
            27 25 28 3 Smile - Katy Perry ( 25 ) Capitol
            28 28 29 3 Rapture - Lavendine ( 28 ) 400 SWC
            29 30 -- 2 This City - Sam Fischer ( 29 ) RCA
            30 -- 26 8 The Song Song - Ryan Chernin ( 24 ) Inhuman
            Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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            • #81
              ADULT POP SONGS
              The week of September 12, 2020
              TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
              1 1 1 34 Blinding Lights - The Weeknd ( 1 ) XO
              2 3 4 21 Break My Heart - Dua Lipa ( 2 ) Warner
              3 2 2 38 Before You Go - Lewis Capaldi ( 1 ) Vertigo
              4 4 3 16 Rain On Me - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande ( 3 ) Streamline
              5 5 5 16 Watermelon Sugar - Harry Styles ( 5 ) Erskine
              6 7 8 17 I Hope - Gabby Barrett Featuring Charlie Puth ( 6 ) Warner Music Nashville
              7 6 6 51 Circles - Post Malone ( 1 ) Republic
              8 8 9 36 If The World Was Ending - JP Saxe Featuring Julia Michaels ( 8 ) Arista
              9 10 11 7 Nobody's Love - Maroon 5 ( 9 ) 222
              10 11 12 7 Cardigan - Taylor Swift ( 10 ) Republic
              11 12 14 10 Together - Sia ( 11 ) Atlantic, Monkey Puzzle
              12 13 15 19 Bang! - AJR ( 12 ) BMG, AJR
              13 15 22 4 Midnight Sky - Miley Cyrus ( 13 ) RCA
              14 16 21 5 I Should Probably Go To Bed - Dan + Shay ( 14 ) Warner Music Nashville
              15 20 26 5 Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo ( 15 ) Columbia
              16 18 20 8 Chew On My Heart - James Bay ( 16 ) Republic
              17 19 19 13 Lose Somebody - Kygo & OneRepublic ( 17 ) Kygo AS
              18 22 23 6 Be Like That - Kane Brown With Swae Lee & Khalid ( 18 ) RCA Nashville
              19 17 17 14 The Other Girl - Kelsea Ballerini x Halsey ( 17 ) Black River
              20 23 24 17 Death Bed - Powfu Featuring beabadoobee ( 20 ) Robots And Humans
              21 24 25 12 Moral Of The Story - Ashe Featuring Niall Noran ( 21 ) Mom + Pop
              22 26 27 5 Past Life - Trevor Daniel x Selena Gomez ( 22 ) Alamo
              23 30 35 3 Kings & Queens - Ava Max ( 23 ) Max Cut
              24 27 30 6 Funny - Zedd & Jasmine Thompson ( 24 ) Interscope
              25 28 32 6 Together - for King & Country, Kirk Franklin & Tori Kelly ( 25 ) Curb-Word
              26 21 16 19 Caution - The Killers ( 16 ) Island
              27 32 34 4 My Future - Billie Eilish ( 27 ) Darkroom
              28 31 28 15 Roses - SAINt JHN ( 22 ) Godd Complexx
              29 NEW 1 Dynamite - BTS ( 29 ) BigHit Entertainment
              30 34 37 3 Someone To You - BANNERS ( 30 ) Island
              31 29 29 17 Daisies - Katy Perry ( 9 ) Capitol
              32 36 38 3 Come & Go - Juice WRLD x Marshmello ( 32 ) Grade A
              33 NEW 1 Heather - Conan Gray ( 33 ) Republic
              34 37 -- 2 Honeybee - The Head And The Heart ( 34 ) Reprise
              35 39 40 3 Boxes - Gavin James ( 35 ) AllPoints
              36 NEW 1 F2020 - Avenue Beat ( 36 ) Valory, Tape Room
              37 40 39 7 Colors - Black Pumas ( 37 ) ATO
              38 35 36 13 Supalonely - BENEE Featuring Gus Dapperton ( 30 ) Republic
              39 Re-Entry 12 Falling - Trevor Daniel ( 32 ) Alamo
              40 NEW 1 Over Now - Calvin Harris X The Weeknd ( 40 ) Columbia, XO
              Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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              • #82
                That's all for now, bit later than normal,hate it when they don't publish till Wednesday, my busiest day at work
                Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                • #83
                  Originally posted by BrainDamageII View Post

                  Yes, I was surprised at that,
                  no, they just combined it with FN and remove the main album from the chart - it should continue the main album chart run I think
                  KUBA'S CHART

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by nympho View Post

                    It’s combined with the original album, (which is out of chart this week).
                    Probably next week, if the original album has more units than the remix album, it’ll appear as a re-entry and this one will leave the chart.

                    US and Canada (Billboard) are the only countries where they’ve done this and the Remix album has charted.
                    it should take the title of the original if it is combined. Otherwise that is just confusing.
                    Don't bother updating your signature if it's a link. It takes you to completely random pages!!!!

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                    • #85
                      Thanks, BrainD and all for posting the charts and info.
                      http://www.poconorecord.com/entertai...-madame-x-tour

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                      • #86
                        Club Future Nostalgia is at No. 28 and Chromatica is at No. 34 on the BB200. They are resp. No. 1 and 2 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums Chart. It seems like the units for the original FN albums count for the CFN placement on D/E albums too. I wonder that if FN overtakes CFN as the highest scoring version of the album, if it is allowed to stay on D/E albums, or maybe then only with the points that CFN generates on its own.

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                        • #87
                          Hi all - Record Store Week (delayed four months this year) is here again and it is a mother lode for catalog chart watchers such as myself, but it is also a mother to get the details together, as the 26 dropouts and 19 entries (17 new, 2 re-entry) will attest. I will try to get the weekly report ready by tomorrow.

                          Catalog Album Sales Rankings - 2020-09-12

                          Totals for this week/last week/2 weeks ago: 36, 43, 42
                          Week totals are for Catalog Album Sales chart (or Top Album Sales after 2020-01-18)

                          TW LW 2W WKS Title, Artist
                          1 New - 1 D-Sides, Gorillaz
                          2 New - 1 G Sides, Gorillaz
                          3 New - 1 Cherry Bomb, Tyler, The Creator
                          4 New - 1 Bloodflowers, The Cure
                          5 New - 1 Odds & Sods, The Who
                          6 New - 1 Elton John, Elton John
                          7 New - 1 Seventeen Seconds, The Cure
                          8 Re-entry - 8 Badlands, Halsey
                          9 1 3 1427 Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers, Bob Marley & The Wailers
                          10 New - 1 The Swiss Army Romance, Dashboard Confessional
                          11 Re-entry - 2 British Steel, Judas Priest
                          12 New - 1 Roxy Music, Roxy Music
                          13 2 4 220 Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack
                          14 5 6 456 Abbey Road, The Beatles
                          15 3 5 717 Greatest Hits, Queen
                          16 New - 1 My Dear Melancholy, (EP), The Weeknd
                          17 New - 1 Creepin On Ah Come Up (EP), Bone Thugs-N-Harmony
                          18 New - 1 Lions, The Black Crowes
                          19 New - 1 Green Is Blues, Al Green
                          20 New - 1 Elliott Smith, Elliott Smith
                          21 9 7 324 Rumours, Fleetwood Mac
                          22 4 8 159 good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar
                          23 21 23 574 Gold -- Greatest Hits, ABBA
                          24 New - 1 Clayman, In Flames
                          25 12 12 260 Back To Black, Amy Winehouse
                          26 10 9 1067 Chronicle -- The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival
                          27 8 13 1381 The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd
                          28 7 10 11 The Greatest Showman, Soundtrack
                          29 New - 1 The Kink Kronikles, The Kinks
                          30 15 19 532 Thriller, Michael Jackson
                          31 New - 1 Trouble Walkin', Ace Frehley
                          32 11 16 237 Nevermind, Nirvana
                          33 13 15 42 Precious Memories Collection, Alan Jackson
                          34 14 21 27 Love Yourself: Answer, BTS
                          35 16 22 99 MTV Unplugged In New York, Nirvana
                          36 19 25 666 Greatest Hits, Fleetwood Mac
                          - 6 - 1 Rid Of Me, PJ Harvey
                          - 17 14 281 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys, The Beach Boys
                          - 18 17 966 Metallica, Metallica
                          - 20 - 1 Persistence Of Time, Anthrax
                          - 22 20 1041 Back In Black, AC/DC
                          - 23 24 122 Ultimate Sinatra, Frank Sinatra
                          - 24 32 24 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole
                          - 25 18 10 Harry Styles, Harry Styles
                          - 26 28 110 Born To Die, Lana Del Rey
                          - 27 37 16 Love Yourself: Tear, BTS
                          - 28 - 1 I Serve A Savior, Josh Turner
                          - 29 39 950 Greatest Hits, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
                          - 30 34 559 1, The Beatles
                          - 31 31 214 Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Prince & The Revolution
                          - 32 35 785 Greatest Hits, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
                          - 33 - 194 Greatest Hits, 2Pac
                          - 34 - 36 Love Yourself: Her, BTS
                          - 35 29 140 All-Time Greatest Hits, Neil Diamond
                          - 36 33 391 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles
                          - 37 36 1240 Journey's Greatest Hits, Journey
                          - 38 - 1 4-Track Demos, PJ Harvey
                          - 39 41 200 Kind Of Blue, Miles Davis
                          - 40 42 87 Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2, Soundtrack
                          - 41 - 37 Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), Wu-Tang Clan
                          - 42 38 2 When The Pawn…, Fiona Apple
                          - 43 27 7 Ones, Selena
                          - - 1 1 K.I.D.S. (Kickin Incredibly Dope S***), Mac Miller
                          - - 2 4 Oops!...I Did It Again, Britney Spears
                          - - 11 1 Kiss Land, The Weeknd
                          - - 26 1 Britney, Britney Spears
                          - - 30 31 Golden Hour, Kacey Musgraves
                          - - 40 1 Swimming, Mac Miller

                          Regards, Miguelito
                          My Comprehensive, Christmas LP topics

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                          • #88
                            EURO DIGITAL SONG SALES
                            The week of September 12, 2020
                            TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
                            1 3 1 9 Jerusalem - Master KG Featuring Burna Boy & Nomcebo Zikode ( 1 ) Elektra, Open Mic
                            2 1 -- 2 Dynamite - BTS ( 1 ) BigHit Entertainment
                            3 4 2 12 Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat) - Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo ( 1 ) RCA, Columbia
                            4 20 9 6 Lighter - Nathan Dawe Featuring KSI ( 3 ) Atlantic
                            5 5 4 9 Head & Heart - Joel Corry X MNEK ( 3 ) Asylum, Perfect Havoc
                            6 6 3 3 Midnight Sky - Miley Cyrus ( 3 ) RCA
                            7 8 -- 2 Tick Tock - Clean Bandit & Mabel Featuring 24kGoldn ( 7 ) Atlantic
                            8 10 7 40 Blinding Lights - The Weeknd ( 1 ) Republic, XO
                            9 7 6 11 Watermelon Sugar - Harry Styles ( 5 ) Columbia, Erskine
                            10 13 15 5 Hypnotized - Purple Disco Machine & Sophie And The Giants ( 10 ) Columbia
                            11 NEW 1 Ice Cream - BLACKPINK X Selena Gomez ( 11 ) Interscope, YG
                            12 9 5 7 What's Love Got To Do With It - Kygo x Tina Turner ( 2 ) Epic, Kygo AS
                            13 15 12 4 WAP - Cardi B Featuring Megan Thee Stallion ( 9 ) Atlantic
                            14 12 14 4 Take You Dancing - Jason Derulo ( 12 ) Atlantic, Artist Partner Group
                            15 11 8 21 Kings & Queens - Ava Max ( 5 ) Atlantic, Max Cut
                            16 NEW 1 Bachata - Kay One Featuring Cristobal ( 16 ) Prince Kay One
                            17 14 11 31 Breaking Me - Topic & A7S ( 2 ) Virgin, Positiva
                            18 17 16 15 Rain On Me - Lady Gaga & Ariana Grande ( 1 ) Interscope
                            19 16 17 3 Looking For Me - Paul Woolford, Diplo & Kareen Lomax ( 16 ) Ministry Of Sound, Higher Ground
                            20 19 20 6 Hollywood - LA Vision & Gigi D'Agostino ( 17 ) Time
                            Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                            • #89
                              SPAIN DIGITAL SONG SALES
                              The week of September 12, 2020
                              TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
                              1 -- 1 2 Laxed - The Harmony Group ( 1 ) Totall
                              2 2 -- 2 Dynamite - BTS ( 2 ) BigHit Entertainment
                              3 NEW 1 Yo Con Yo Mismo - Flavio ( 3 ) Warner
                              4 6 2 82 Sin Pijama - Becky G + Natti Natasha ( 1 ) RCA
                              5 NEW 1 Santeria - Lola Indigo, Danna Paola & Denise Rosenthal ( 5 ) Universal
                              6 9 8 3 Jerusalem - Master KG Featuring Burna Boy & Nomcebo Zikode ( 6 ) Elektra, Open Mic
                              7 NEW 1 Hawai - Maluma ( 7 ) Sony Music
                              8 -- 4 4 Como Una Ola - Rocio Jurado ( 4 ) Sony Music
                              9 -- 5 4 Se Me Enamora El Alma - Isabel Pantoja ( 5 ) RCA
                              10 7 -- 13 Eso Que Tu Me Das - Jarabe de Palo ( 3 ) Tronco
                              Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                              • #90
                                HOT HARD ROCK SONGS
                                The week of September 12, 2020
                                TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist ( Peak ) Imprint | label
                                1 1 1 14 A Little Bit Off - Five Finger Death Punch ( 1 ) Better Noise
                                2 3 2 14 Wolf Totem - The Hu Featuring Jacoby Shaddix ( 2 ) Eleven Seven
                                3 7 7 11 Dangerous - Seether ( 3 ) Fantasy, Canine Riot
                                4 5 5 8 All Within My Hands - Metallica And San Francisco Symphony ( 4 ) SFS Media, Blackened
                                5 4 4 14 Atlas Falls - Shinedown ( 3 ) Atlantic
                                6 6 6 14 Death By Rock And Roll - The Pretty Reckless ( 3 ) Fearless, Goin' Down
                                7 9 8 11 Parasite Eve - Bring Me The Horizon ( 1 ) Columbia
                                8 NEW 1 Obey - Bring Me The Horizon With YUNGBLUD ( 8 ) Columbia
                                9 14 13 4 Every Time You Leave - I Prevail Featuring Delaney Jane ( 9 ) Fearless
                                10 2 -- 2 Ohms - Deftones ( 2 ) Reprise
                                11 16 15 14 Trials - Starset ( 11 ) Fearless
                                12 10 12 6 Black Eyes Blue - Corey Taylor ( 10 ) Roadrunner
                                13 NEW 1 Panic - From Ashes To New ( 13 ) Better Noise
                                14 11 11 14 Unforgettable - Godsmack ( 3 ) BMG
                                15 NEW 1 Bulls On Parade - Denzel Curry ( 15 ) Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Loma Vista, PH, Triple J
                                16 18 20 6 Somebody That I Used To Know - Three Days Grace ( 7 ) RCA
                                17 19 19 12 Work - Pop Evil ( 17 ) eOne
                                18 8 -- 2 Maybe It's Time - Sixx:A.M. Presents: Artists For Recovery Featuring Corey Taylor, Joe Elliott, Brantley Gilbert, Ivan Moody, Slash, AWOLNATION & Tommy Vext ( 8 ) Better Noise
                                19 22 17 14 Outlaws & Outsiders - Cory Marks Featuring Travis Tritt, Ivan Moody & Mick Mars ( 7 ) Better Noise
                                20 NEW 1 The Devil Went Down To Georgia - Korn ( 20 ) Korn
                                21 15 18 14 Comatose - jxdn ( 8 ) Fueled By Ramen, DTA
                                22 21 24 7 30 - Badflower ( 17 ) John Varvatos
                                23 20 21 14 Resentment - A Day To Remember ( 10 ) Fueled By Ramen
                                24 17 14 14 Another Life - Motionless In White ( 10 ) Roadrunner
                                25 -- 9 2 Use My Voice - Evanescence ( 9 ) BMG
                                Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                                • #91
                                  https://www.billboard.com/articles/b...ill-number-one

                                  Taylor Swift's Surprise Set 'Folklore' Had 2020's Biggest Debut -- Here's How It's Still on Top Five Weeks Later
                                  9/11/2020 by Andrew Unterberger

                                  How would the music-listening public immediately respond to one of the steadiest pop stars of the 21st century throwing out her old playbook and releasing a muted collection of gauzy pop ballads and folky acoustic narratives with less than 24 hours' notice? Quite well, it turns out: Taylor Swift's Folklore debuted with a massive 846,000 in first-week album equivalent units, according to Nielsen Music/MRC Data, easily the biggest single week for any album in 2020.

                                  Still, that was just the first week. For an artist as well-known as Swift making such a dramatic left turn, you could probably guess that a large chunk of that opening number came from sheer listener curiosity, as news of the album's impending release spread rapidly through a nation still mostly under quarantine.

                                  "Surprise records seem to bring in a wider amount of people than traditional rollouts," a source at Apple Music tells Billboard. "They event-ize releases and people tend to want to be part of those events." But perhaps as the shock of the new and unexpected wore off, it would recede from blockbuster status, as listeners would turn back to albums that were more traditionally streaming-friendly than a greyscale singer-songwriter set.

                                  Instead, six weeks into its release, Folklore continues to hold uninterrupted atop the Billboard 200 albums chart. The reign is not only the longest for a Swift album since 2014's 1989 held the top spot for 11 non-consecutive weeks, it's the longest stretch for any album since Drake's Views spent 13 weeks at No. 1 in 2016. That's a stunning run for any album, let alone one that lists indie-folk paragons Aaron Dessner of The National and Justin Vernon of Bon Iver as some of its primary collaborators.

                                  So how has Folklore managed to hold onto that number one spot longer than any album since we had a different president? Well, timing certainly helps, as does a lack of major competition from subsequent new releases. In the five weeks following Folklore's gigantic debut, not a single new set has been released that has moved 100,000 such units in a week -- a mark that Folklore itself cleared in each of its first four frames. The closest competition Swift has received for the No. 1 spot since its debut has come from posthumous albums dropped weeks before her latest: Pop Smoke's Shoot For the Stars Aim For the Moon and Juice WRLD's Legends Never Die, which between them have collectively held the Nos. 2 and 3 spots on the Billboard 200 in some order for the past five weeks.

                                  Compare that level of competition to that challengers faced by Taylor Swift's previous set, 2019's Lover, which reigned for just one week atop the Billboard 200. In the two weeks following that set's debut week, Lover came up against highly anticipated new albums from Tool (Fear Innoculum) and Post Malone (Hollywood's Bleeding). Both of those LPs moved over a quarter-million equivalent album units in their debut weeks -- and indeed, if Folklore had carried its performance to Lover's release schedule, it would've also managed just one week at No. 1.

                                  However, it's not just good timing that's kept Folklore at No. 1: In its last three weeks atop the chart, the album is also solidly outperforming how Lover was doing at this point in their respective release schedules. Folklore has moved 101,000, 98,000 and 90,000 equivalent album units in its fourth, fifth and sixth weeks of release, where by comparison, Lover notched 79,000, 65,000 and 57,000 units in its fourth through sixth frames. (Swift's 2017 set Reputation boasted stronger numbers than both in its fourth through sixth weeks, helped in large part by that period running into the holiday sales season.)

                                  Also, while Folklore hasn't seen the same level of new-release competition that Lover has, it's hardly been the only album released by a major artist over the past month-plus, as new projects have been dropped by Katy Perry, Nas, The Killers and Luke Bryan over that period -- all artists who have scored No. 1 albums in the last decade. "Artists continue to release music and their fans are still clamoring for it," Marian Dicus, vp, global co-head of music at Spotify says. "To state that Folklore's success is due to a lack of other releases is underselling Taylor's ability to write songs for the moment, and to connect with her fanbase."

                                  Part of the set's endurance can also be attributed to savvy promotion from Swift and her team. While Swift skipped the extended rollout prior to the album's release with Folklore, she's taken a page from many of the most successful artists in 2020 and shifted her focus to keeping the set's momentum going after its release. That's included waiting until the set's third week of release to sell its physical version in stores, unveiling a deluxe edition on streaming services with a new bonus track ("The Lakes") in its fourth week, and organizing new thematic "chapters" from the set's songs to then be further advertised on streaming services in its fifth week.

                                  All of these tactics have helped keep interest and consumption of the album up, and prevented her totals from falling as dramatically as they might have otherwise. "Taylor always has a strong creative vision and connects deeply with her fans," Dicus says. "As she has with her previous releases, she continues to lean into utilizing all of our available tools to bring her fans into her creative world."

                                  Of course, it would also be myopic to deny one of the simplest explanations when accounting for Folklore's continued excellent performance: People really, really like the album. It's Swift's most acclaimed set to date, notching not only her highest critical score (88) on review-aggregating site Metacritic, but also by far her highest user score (9.2) as well. (The combination of critical and fan enthusiasm for the set has even taken some dark turns, with the few critics who've been tempered in their praise risking extreme online harassment.) Billboard's Paul Grein wrote this week about the strong chances of Folklore to score Swift her third album prize of the year at this year's Grammys. Response to Folklore as a full album that's more than the sum of its tracks has been resounding enough that the set has been able to buck some of the extreme trends that normally befall surprise albums on streaming services.

                                  "There is usually a drop off for albums in general as fans gravitate around their favorite songs. Surprise records tend to drop further because they had more initial listeners and more touristic ones," the Apple Music source tells Billboard, before confirming that "Folklore in particular has been very durable. Quality wins out in the end, and this is really good record that sounds great as a whole -- and listeners are still engaging with it that way."

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                                    Catalog Albums/Billboard 200 Chart Update – September 12, 2020

                                    Chaotic Record Store Week on Sales Chart, but Queen Nabs 22nd Straight #1 Week on Catalog

                                    As usual, the annual Record Store Day/Week, postponed from four months ago this year, leads to a crazy truckload of entries and re-entries on the Top Album Sales chart and the catalog sales listing that I derive from that chart. This week, 59 albums make a first-time entry or re-entry on Top Album Sales, with only one of last week’s top 10 catalog sellers remaining in the top 10 this week. Leading the charge are two collections from Gorlliaz, Guinness World Record holder as “the world’s most successful virtual band”. 2007’s D-Sides and 2002’s G Sides are the week’s top two selling catalog albums, ranking #10 and #11 respectively on the TAS chart.

                                    A total of 19 catalog-status entries on this week’s TAS chart (17 new in catalog status and 2 returns) include 16 of this week’s top 20 catalog sellers, leading to an almost complete turnover in this week’s top 10. The only holdover is Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend (911/37), dropping 1-9 but holding on for its 37th straight week in the top 10. Consider this: although Legend had a robust 30 weeks in the top 10 last year, it never got higher than #6 in catalog sales in 2019. It already has 32 weeks in the top 5 in 2020, including eight at #1.

                                    Queen’s Greatest Hits (159/36) is one of the top 10 casualties on the catalog sales tally, dropping 3-15, and ends its run in the top 10 of catalog sellers at a record 99 weeks. The previous record of 86 weeks was set by the Grease soundtrack in 1997-1998, when the Catalog chart was an album-sales only chart. Other runs of more than half a year in the top 10 that came to an end this week, each of which was a record long run for the album in question: Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (180/36), falling 2-13 to end its top 10 run at 71 weeks; The Beatles’ Abbey Road (98/36), dropping 5-14 and wrapping up a 49 week top 10 run; and Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronicle (177/35), sinking 10-26 to see a 35 week top 10 run come to an abrupt end.

                                    Despite the drop in catalog sales ranking, Queen’s Greatest Hits remains #1 on the Catalog chart, extending its #1 run to 22 weeks and getting its 32nd #1 week of 2020. In fact, Queen increase their lead over the runner-up, Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend, from 17 to 25 positions on the Billboard 200 this week (#31 versus #56). The Queen/Marley tandem at #1/#2 remains for the 18th consecutive week. The Catalog chart saw only one change in the top 10 and a small handful of changes (five debuts, three re-entries). In addition, there were three new entries and one re-entry that were catalog-related on the BB200 outside of the Catalog top 50.

                                    MIG’S MILESTONES
                                    Zac Brown Band, Greatest Hits So Far… – #35 Cat, #138 BB200 – Reaches 200 weeks on the Billboard 200 in catalog status, out of an overall run of 273 weeks.
                                    The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness – #21 Cat, #110 BB200 – Makes it to 150 weeks on the BB200 as a catalog album, in addition to 111 weeks on the chart as a current album.
                                    J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive – #19 Cat, #106 BB200 – Spends its 300th week overall on the BB200, including 173 in catalog status.
                                    Red Hot Chili Peppers, Greatest Hits – #44 Cat, #158 BB200 – This is the album’s 250th week overall among the top 200 albums.(*)
                                    Lil Baby & Gunna, Drip Harder – #181 BB200 – Holds on for week #100 overall in the BB200.
                                    Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born (Soundtrack) – #191 BB200 – Also reaches 100 weeks overall on the BB200.
                                    Eminem, The Eminem Show – #41 Cat, #150 BB200 – Becomes the second Eminem album, and 39th overall, to reach the 300 week mark on the Catalog chart.
                                    (*) = Total includes Comprehensive chart weeks from late 2003 – late 2009.

                                    NEW ON THE CHARTS

                                    This week we’ll run down the debuts – a total of 18 first-time new entries between the catalog sales tally, Catalog chart and BB200 – in chronological order by release.

                                    1960s/1970s

                                    Al Green, Green Is Blues (1973) – #19 CS (#58 TAS) – Despite this album’s 1969 release, it did not reach the BB200 until a 1973 reissue reached #19. Green has two other charting catalog sales titles: I’m Still In Love With You (a single week at #50 in 1995) and Greatest Hits, which reached 200 weeks on the chart last year.
                                    Elton John, Elton John (1970) – #37 Cat, #143 BB200, #6 CS (#18 TAS) – Not his debut album, but his breakthrough smash containing “Your Song”. It reached #4 in the US. It becomes Elton John’s tenth entry on both the Catalog chart and catalog sales ranking, and only the third that was not a compilation album – the other two being different versions of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.
                                    The Kinks, The Kink Kronikles (1972) – #29 CS (#80 TAS) – A collection spanning 1966 through 1971 and released in the US only, this album reached only #94 BB200 despite being considered a great collection by reviewers. Re-releases of The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society in 2018 and Arthur (Or The Decline And Fall Of The British Empire) in 2019, both of which albums are also from the time period covered by Kronikles, are the bands’ only other catalog sales entries.
                                    Roxy Music, Roxy Music (1972) – #12 CS (#44 TAS) – The first album from the English rock band, it did not reach the BB200 despite producing the minor US hit “Virginia Plain”. It is their first catalog sales entry.
                                    The Who, Odds & Sods (1974) – #173 BB200, #5 CS (#17 TAS) – A rarities compilation, this reached #15 on its original release. It’s the band’s eighth entry on Catalog Sales, and first to hit the top 10 since 1998 (Who’s Next).

                                    1980s
                                    The Cure, Seventeen Seconds (1980) – #186 BB200, #7 CS (#19 TAS) – The band’s second studio album, it did not reach the BB200 until this week. The Cure have reached the catalog sales listing five times, including four top 10s (both including one other entry from this week, below).
                                    Ace Frehley, Trouble Walkin’ (1989) – #31 CS (#86 TAS) – Fourth solo album from the KISS guitarist, it reached #102 BB200. It’s the first catalog sales entry for Frehley.

                                    1990s
                                    Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Creepin On Ah Come Up (EP) (1994) – #17 CS (#56 TAS) – The debut and breakthrough for the rap/hip-hop group, it reached #12 BB200 and spent almost two years on the chart. They’ve previously been on the catalog sales rankings with E. 1999 Eternal, their first full-length album (and first #1), and with Greatest Hits, which reached only #95 but charted for over a year.
                                    Elliott Smith, Elliott Smith (1995) – #20 CS (#59 TAS) – The second studio album from the late (d. 2003) singer-songwriter, it never reached the BB200. Smith has also reached the chart with a re-release of his 1997 album, Either/Or.

                                    2000s
                                    The Cure, Bloodflowers (2000) – #172 BB200, #4 CS (#16 TAS) – One of three 2000 releases to reach the chart this week in their 20th anniversary year, this album reached #16 BB200. It is one of two albums from The Cure to reach the top 20 of Top Album Sales this week.
                                    Dashboard Confessional, The Swiss Army Romance (2000) – #10 CS (#39 TAS) – Second catalog sales charter from the Florida rock band, and second to reach the top 10 (The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most reached #3 earlier this year). It did not make the BB200 on its original release.
                                    In Flames, Clayman (2000) – #24 CS (#71 TAS) – Another album that did not reach the BB200, it is the first catalog sales entry for the Swedish metal band.
                                    The Black Crowes, Lions (2001) – #18 CS (#57 TAS) – Reached #20 in a short (6 weeks) chart run on its original release. The Black Crowes have previously reached the catalog sales rankings only with Shake Your Money Maker back in 1993-1994.
                                    Gorillaz, G Sides (2002) – #14 Cat, #91 BB200, #2 CS (#11 TAS) – A B-sides/remixes collection, it reached only #84 BB200 on its original release. The virtual band has previously reached the Catalog chart and catalog sales ranking with their first four studio albums: Gorillaz (2001 release), Demon Days (2005 release), Plastic Beach (2010 release), and The Fall (2010 release – catalog sales only).
                                    Gorillaz, D-Sides (2007) – #7 Cat, #71 BB200, #1 CS (#10 TAS) – Another B-sides/remixes collection, it only reached #166 BB200 and surpasses that this week. It’s the virtual band’s first top 10 on the Catalog chart, while their two entries this week bring their catalog sales top 10 total to four.

                                    2010s
                                    Tyler, The Creator, Cherry Bomb (2015) – #26 Cat, #125 BB200, #3 CS (#13 TAS) – The rap star’s third studio album, it reached #4 BB200 but spent only four weeks on the chart. He charted last year on both the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts with 2017’s Flower Boy.
                                    Soundtrack, Black Panther: The Album, Music From And Inspired By (2018) – #28 Cat, #129 BB200 – The only album on this list that did not reach the catalog sales ranking, and the only one (probably) that had little to do with Record Store Day. The passing of lead actor Chadwick Boseman brought this former #1 album back onto the BB200.
                                    The Weeknd, My Dear Melancholy, (EP) (2018) – #16 CS (#55 TAS) – Another #1 album, this joins three other albums by the Canadian R&B singer: Trilogy, Beauty Behind The Madness and Kiss Land. (Starboy has not reached the catalog sales rankings yet.)

                                    WANDERING STARS – Reserved for long-absent albums returning to the charts:
                                    Judas Priest, British Steel – #11 CS (#42 TAS) – This 1980 album (original BB200 #34) had a week on the Catalog and BB200 charts in 2010 (#5 Cat, #136 BB200), and now ten years later, returns to the catalog sales tally.
                                    Halsey, Badlands – #12 Cat, #83 BB20, #8 CS (#21 TAS) – Returns to the catalog sales rankings for the first time since 2018, and to the Catalog chart and BB200 for the first time in 2020.
                                    ABBA, Gold – Greatest Hits – #187 BB200, #23 CS (#67 TAS) – Returns to the BB200 for the first time in 2020, after 7 weeks on the chart last year. Interesting note: ABBA have never had a BB200 top 10 album, although this album did reach #6 on the Top Album Sales chart in 2018.

                                    CATALOG NOTES – Parenthetical numbers are weeks in the top 10 followed by 2020 weeks in the top 10:
                                    On Catalog Sales/TAS: As has already been mentioned, there is only one holdover in this week’s top 10 from last week, Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend, dropping 1-9. The other top 10 entries were debuts along with the re-entry of Halsey’s Badlands at #8 – that album’s first week in the top 25, let alone the top 10… Four albums with top 10 runs longer than half a year dropped from the top 10 (see introduction to this article)… No albums move upward among the catalog sales rankings this week. ABBA’s Gold – Greatest Hits comes the closest, dropping two spots to #23 and also reaching the BB200 for the first time this year… Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band’s Greatest Hits leaves the catalog sales rankings after 140 weeks, which despite its length was only the fifth-longest active run. Other sizable runs ending this week were: The Beach Boys’ Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys (84 weeks); Metallica’s Metallica (49); AC/DC’s Back In Black (47); The Beatles’ 1 (25); Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 (24); Lana Del Rey’s Born To Die, The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and Journey’s Greatest Hits (all 21 weeks); and Prince & The Revolution’s Purple Rain (Soundtrack) (20).
                                    On Catalog/BB200: Athwart all the upheaval on the catalog sales side, the Catalog chart had only one top 10 change, with Gorillaz’ D-Sides making its debut at #7, displacing 2Pac’s Greatest Hits (55/14) after one week in the top 10… The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind The Madness posted a small 26-21 rise, the best of the week against general downward movement… Kane Brown’s Kane Brown leaves the Catalog chart after a 35 week run. Also leaving the chart after 17 weeks is Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band’s Greatest Hits, and after 11 weeks, Shawn Mendes’ Shawn Mendes… The road finally comes to an end for twenty one pilots’ Blurryface after a run of more than five years (276 weeks) on the BB200. The album was in catalog status for the last 108 of those weeks… Other runs of more than 10 weeks on the BB200 for catalog albums include: Kane Brown’s Experiment (94 weeks overall, including the last 14 in catalog status); Meek Mill’s Championships (91 weeks overall, including the last 13 in catalog status); DaBaby’s Baby On Baby (78 weeks overall, including one in catalog status); George Strait’s 50 Number Ones (27 weeks); the Frozen soundtrack (15 weeks); and Lil Baby’s Harder Than Ever and H.E.R.’s H.E.R. (both 12 weeks).

                                    TOP CATALOG ALBUMS WITH NO TOP 10 WEEKS IN 2020 / NO TOP 10 WEEKS EVER – Numbers in parentheses are overall chart weeks, overall top 10 weeks, weeks on chart in 2020, overall peak position, 2020 peak position, current position. If the top album with no 2020 top 10 weeks is the same as the album with no top 10 weeks overall, only one is shown:
                                    Catalog Sales: Judas Priest, British Steel (2/1/1/#5/#11/#11)
                                    Roxy Music, Roxy Music (1/0/1/#12/#12/#12)
                                    Catalog: Halsey, Badlands (55/1/1/#9/#12/#12)
                                    Gorillaz, G Sides (1/0/1/#14/#14/#14)

                                    Regards, Miguelito
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                                    • #93
                                      THANK YOU DAMAGE. THANK ALL.

                                      RNR NEVER DIE.

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