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  • #76
    Canada Country
    Week of November 27, 2021
    TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
    1 1 19 Cold As You - Luke Combs ( 1 )
    2 2 15 If I Didn't Love You - Jason Aldean & Carrie Underwood ( 1 )
    3 3 17 Fancy Like - Walker Hayes ( 3 )
    4 6 11 Buy Dirt - Jordan Davis Featuring Luke Bryan ( 4 )
    5 9 30 Chasing After You - Ryan Hurd With Maren Morris ( 5 )
    6 5 21 Sometimes I Do - Tyler Joe Miller ( 5 )
    7 7 18 Heart On Fire - Eric Church ( 6 )
    8 8 16 Thinking 'Bout You - Dustin Lynch Featuring Lauren Alaina Or MacKenzie Porter ( 8 )
    9 10 31 Knowing You - Kenny Chesney ( 7 )
    10 4 23 Same Boat - Zac Brown Band ( 3 )
    11 12 12 One Mississippi - Kane Brown ( 11 )
    12 11 15 More Drinkin' Than Fishin' - Jade Eagleson x Dean Brody ( 11 )
    13 17 13 Wild Hearts - Keith Urban ( 13 )
    14 14 13 Tailgate To Heaven - Shawn Austin Featuring Chris Lane ( 14 )
    15 13 16 Nothin' I Don'T Love About You - Jess Moskaluke ( 13 )
    16 16 13 Relationship Goals - Steven Lee Olsen ( 15 )
    17 15 25 In A Bar - Matt Lang ( 5 )
    18 24 22 You Should Probably Leave - Chris Stapleton ( 18 )
    19 20 9 Broken Umbrella - Jojo Mason ( 19 )
    20 19 12 Night In The Life - Brett Kissel ( 19 )
    21 Re-Entry 22 Freedom Was A Highway - Jimmie Allen & Brad Paisley ( 21 )
    22 21 15 Tell You Everything - Robyn Ottolini ( 21 )
    23 25 4 New Old Trucks - James Barker Band & Dierks Bentley ( 23 )
    24 18 26 I Was On A Boat That Day - Old Dominion ( 1 )
    25 23 9 Back Then, Right Now - Tenille Arts ( 23 )
    26 28 14 Beers On Me - Dierks Bentley, Breland & HARDY ( 26 )
    27 26 10 23 - Sam Hunt ( 26 )
    28 30 7 Cool About It - Meghan Patrick ( 28 )
    29 32 6 I'd Go To Jail - Dean Brody ( 29 )
    30 27 24 Boy Like Me - Aaron Goodvin ( 1 )
    31 33 5 If I Was A Cowboy - Miranda Lambert ( 31 )
    32 35 7 Never Wanted To Be That Girl - Carly Pearce & Ashley McBryde ( 32 )
    33 36 9 Wanted You To - Hailey Benedict ( 33 )
    34 34 6 Come Back As A Country Boy - Blake Shelton ( 34 )
    35 37 11 7500 OBO - Tim McGraw ( 35 )
    36 38 5 Somewhere To Drink - Nate Haller featuring Brett Kissell & The Reklaws ( 36 )
    37 41 4 Getting Over Him - Lauren Alaina Duet With Jon Pardi ( 37 )
    38 40 9 Sand In My Boots - Morgan Wallen ( 38 )
    39 39 12 Might As Well Be Me - Five Roses ( 34 )
    40 49 2 Slow Down Summer - Thomas Rhett ( 40 )
    41 44 7 Just About Over You - Priscilla Block ( 41 )
    42 45 17 Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home) - Elle King & Miranda Lambert ( 42 )
    43 42 2 Up - Luke Bryan ( 42 )
    44 NEW 1 Drink Along Song - Gord Bamford ( 44 )
    45 47 12 Home Sweet - Russell Dickerson ( 44 )
    46 48 6 Diamonds - Hunter Brothers ( 46 )
    47 46 8 My Poor Mama - Don Amero ( 46 )
    48 NEW 1 Whatever It Takes - High Valley ( 48 )
    49 NEW 1 What Ya Doin' Tonight - River Town Saints ( 49 )
    50 NEW 1 I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault) - Taylor Swift Featuring Chris Stapleton ( 50 )
    Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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    • #77
      Mexico Airplay
      Week of November 27, 2021
      TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
      1 2 14 Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa ( 1 )
      2 4 10 Brindo - Mario Bautista ( 1 )
      3 3 8 My Universe - Coldplay x BTS ( 2 )
      4 5 5 Indigo - Camilo y Evaluna ( 4 )
      5 13 9 Como Lo Hice Yo - Matisse + Carin Leon ( 5 )
      6 7 5 Easy On Me - Adele ( 2 )
      7 1 10 Las Locuras Mias - Omar Chaparro Featuring Joey Montana ( 1 )
      8 8 4 Tacones Rojos - Sebastian Yatra ( 8 )
      9 18 7 Algo Es Mejor - Mon Laferte ( 9 )
      10 6 14 Don't Be Shy - Tiesto & Karol G ( 1 )
      11 11 27 A La Antiguita - Calibre 50 ( 5 )
      12 9 13 Out Out - Joel Corry, Jax Jones, Charli XCX & Saweetie ( 5 )
      13 21 5 Cuantas Veces - Carlos Rivera & Reik ( 13 )
      14 10 18 Stay - The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber ( 3 )
      15 27 7 Ya Superame (En Vivo Desde Culiacan, Sinaloa) - Grupo Firme ( 15 )
      16 17 21 Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
      17 14 9 Ya Solo Eres Mi Ex - La Adictiva ( 8 )
      18 16 17 Incomparable - Los del Norteno Banda ( 10 )
      19 36 2 The Motto - Tiesto & Ava Max ( 19 )
      20 15 6 La Reunion - Los Tigres del Norte ( 15 )
      21 31 5 Experimento - Myke Towers ( 21 )
      22 48 2 Ateo - C. Tangana & Nathy Peluso ( 22 )
      23 19 8 Noches En Miami - Natti Natasha ( 6 )
      24 20 4 Que Ganas de Verte - Marco Antonio Solis ( 7 )
      25 30 25 Leave Before You Love Me - Marshmello X Jonas Brothers ( 2 )
      26 12 20 Beggin' - Maneskin ( 5 )
      27 NEW 1 Thats What I Want - Lil Nas X ( 27 )
      28 42 3 Pa' Mis Muchachas - Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole Featuring Nathy Peluso ( 28 )
      29 23 5 Dia de Bajon - Jary Franco ( 23 )
      30 26 7 Mi Venganza (Musica Original de La Telenovela "La Desalmada") - Espinoza ( 10 )
      31 37 4 Yo Soy - Paulina Rubio ( 31 )
      32 33 31 Kiss Me More - Doja Cat Featuring SZA ( 1 )
      33 24 5 Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah) - CKay ( 24 )
      34 22 26 Botella Tras Botella - Gera MX + Christian Nodal ( 1 )
      35 32 11 Amapolas - Leo Rizzi ( 16 )
      36 29 12 Pepas - Farruko ( 28 )
      37 43 2 Positivo - Banda MS ( 37 )
      38 38 2 Tranquilito - Gerardo Ortiz ( 38 )
      39 25 12 Life Goes On - Oliver Tree ( 18 )
      40 NEW 1 Mal Acostumbrao - Mau y Ricky & Maria Becerra ( 40 )
      41 39 9 Jamas Te Soltare - Intocable ( 29 )
      42 Re-Entry 18 Monaco - LAGOS + Danny Ocean ( 7 )
      43 28 8 Mal de Amores - Sofia Reyes X Becky G ( 22 )
      44 34 4 Moth To A Flame - Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd ( 23 )
      45 NEW 1 A Mi Me Sigue Doliendo - Karen Baez ( 45 )
      46 NEW 1 One Right Now - Post Malone & The Weeknd ( 46 )
      47 Re-Entry 15 Estrenando Amante - Lenin Ramirez Featuring Pancho Barraza ( 34 )
      48 Re-Entry 17 Sobrio - Maluma ( 2 )
      49 NEW 1 Otra Noche - Los Angeles Azules y Nicki Nicole ( 49 )
      50 45 8 Shivers - Ed Sheeran ( 15 )
      Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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      • #78
        Mexico Ingles Airplay
        Week of November 27, 2021
        TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
        1 2 14 Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa ( 1 )
        2 NEW 1 Thats What I Want - Lil Nas X ( 2 )
        3 3 14 Don't Be Shy - Tiesto & Karol G ( 1 )
        4 4 9 My Universe - Coldplay x BTS ( 1 )
        5 1 20 Beggin' - Maneskin ( 1 )
        6 5 6 Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah) - CKay ( 5 )
        7 9 32 Kiss Me More - Doja Cat Featuring SZA ( 2 )
        8 7 6 Easy On Me - Adele ( 3 )
        9 11 26 Leave Before You Love Me - Marshmello X Jonas Brothers ( 1 )
        10 8 18 Stay - The Kid LAROI & Justin Bieber ( 2 )
        11 6 12 Life Goes On - Oliver Tree ( 2 )
        12 NEW 1 The Motto - Tiesto & Ava Max ( 12 )
        13 10 4 Moth To A Flame - Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd ( 10 )
        14 12 22 Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
        15 15 8 Shivers - Ed Sheeran ( 6 )
        16 13 14 Out Out - Joel Corry, Jax Jones, Charli XCX & Saweetie ( 2 )
        17 17 26 Good 4 U - Olivia Rodrigo ( 1 )
        18 14 45 Save Your Tears - The Weeknd ( 1 )
        19 23 36 Rasputin - Majestic X Boney M. ( 1 )
        20 NEW 1 Money - Lisa ( 20 )
        21 20 38 Leave The Door Open - Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) ( 1 )
        22 NEW 1 Ghost - Justin Bieber ( 22 )
        23 16 19 Love Tonight - Shouse ( 4 )
        24 NEW 1 One Right Now - Post Malone & The Weeknd ( 24 )
        25 27 16 Following The Sun - SUPER-Hi x Neeka ( 7 )
        26 21 44 Drivers License - Olivia Rodrigo ( 1 )
        27 NEW 1 Need To Know - Doja Cat ( 27 )
        28 18 15 Take My Breath - The Weeknd ( 1 )
        29 NEW 1 Smokin Out The Window - Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) ( 29 )
        30 19 32 Montero (Call Me By Your Name) - Lil Nas X ( 1 )
        Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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        • #79
          Mexico Popular Airplay
          Week of November 27, 2021
          TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
          1 2 27 A La Antiguita - Calibre 50 ( 1 )
          2 6 9 Como Lo Hice Yo - Matisse + Carin Leon ( 2 )
          3 10 8 Ya Superame (En Vivo Desde Culiacan, Sinaloa) - Grupo Firme ( 3 )
          4 3 9 Ya Solo Eres Mi Ex - La Adictiva ( 1 )
          5 5 17 Incomparable - Los del Norteno Banda ( 1 )
          6 1 10 Las Locuras Mias - Omar Chaparro Featuring Joey Montana ( 1 )
          7 4 8 La Reunion - Los Tigres del Norte ( 4 )
          8 7 5 Que Ganas de Verte - Marco Antonio Solis ( 1 )
          9 8 5 Dia de Bajon - Jary Franco ( 6 )
          10 9 7 Mi Venganza (Musica Original de La Telenovela "La Desalmada") - Espinoza ( 2 )
          11 15 2 Positivo - Banda MS ( 11 )
          12 12 5 Tranquilito - Gerardo Ortiz ( 12 )
          13 13 14 Jamas Te Soltare - Intocable ( 7 )
          14 21 2 A Mi Me Sigue Doliendo - Karen Baez ( 14 )
          15 18 23 Estrenando Amante - Lenin Ramirez Featuring Pancho Barraza ( 8 )
          16 16 20 En Realidad - Angela Aguilar ( 12 )
          17 19 10 Si Te Pudiera Mentir - Calibre 50 ( 7 )
          18 NEW 1 Otra Noche - Los Angeles Azules y Nicki Nicole ( 18 )
          19 NEW 1 El Vago - Jesus Ojeda y Sus Parientes ( 19 )
          20 23 7 Felicidad - Los Socios del Ritmo & Ruben Albarran ( 20 )
          21 17 14 No Lo Beses (Mariachi) - Alejandro Fernandez ( 1 )
          22 22 24 Tu Eres Mi Amor - Rio Roma & Calibre 50 ( 3 )
          23 11 7 Soy Lo Que Ves - Alfredo Olivas ( 5 )
          24 28 30 La Toxica - Los Dos Carnales ( 8 )
          25 24 10 El Mundo A Tus Pies - Grupo Firme ( 13 )
          26 NEW 1 Ay Carino - Ana Victoria ( 26 )
          27 Re-Entry 34 100 Anos - Carlos Rivera x Maluma ( 3 )
          28 20 9 Simplemente Se Acabo - Oscar Ivan Trevino ( 9 )
          29 14 13 El Columpio - Banda Los Sebastianes de Saul Plata & Los Rieleros del Norte La Maquina Musical Nortena #1 ( 1 )
          30 Re-Entry 20 2 Veces - Los Plebes del Rancho de Ariel Camacho & Christian Nodal ( 2 )
          Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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          • #80
            Mexico Espanol Airplay
            Week of November 27, 2021
            TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
            1 1 5 Indigo - Camilo y Evaluna ( 1 )
            2 2 4 Tacones Rojos - Sebastian Yatra ( 2 )
            3 3 10 Brindo - Mario Bautista ( 1 )
            4 4 6 Cuantas Veces - Carlos Rivera & Reik ( 3 )
            5 5 7 Algo Es Mejor - Mon Laferte ( 4 )
            6 11 7 Experimento - Myke Towers ( 6 )
            7 6 8 Noches En Miami - Natti Natasha ( 2 )
            8 10 5 Yo Soy - Paulina Rubio ( 8 )
            9 9 11 Amapolas - Leo Rizzi ( 3 )
            10 7 14 Pepas - Farruko ( 7 )
            11 13 4 Pa' Mis Muchachas - Christina Aguilera, Becky G, Nicki Nicole Featuring Nathy Peluso ( 11 )
            12 NEW 1 Mal Acostumbrao - Mau y Ricky & Maria Becerra ( 12 )
            13 30 20 Monaco - LAGOS + Danny Ocean ( 1 )
            14 8 9 Mal de Amores - Sofia Reyes X Becky G ( 7 )
            15 23 19 Sobrio - Maluma ( 2 )
            16 NEW 1 Si Todo Se Acabo - Andres Cepeda & Joss Favela ( 16 )
            17 14 12 Maldita Foto - TINI X Manuel Turizo ( 2 )
            18 24 10 Curame - Rauw Alejandro ( 8 )
            19 Re-Entry 25 Todo de Ti - Rauw Alejandro ( 1 )
            20 20 3 Ateo - C. Tangana & Nathy Peluso ( 20 )
            21 16 8 Una Nota - J Balvin & Sech ( 16 )
            22 12 4 2005 - Fonseca, Greeicy & Cali y El Dandee ( 12 )
            23 21 3 Medallo - Blessd, Justin Quiles & Lenny Tavarez ( 21 )
            24 29 7 Paris - Ingratax ( 24 )
            25 15 12 La Botella - Justin Quiles x Maluma ( 15 )
            26 27 3 Amane Una Vez Mas - Diego Verdaguer ( 26 )
            27 19 4 Llueve Sobre Mojado - Pablo Alboran, Aitana & Alvaro de Luna ( 19 )
            28 22 7 El Reloj Cucu - Mana Featuring Mabel ( 21 )
            29 26 2 Sabe - Nicki Nicole & Rauw Alejandro ( 26 )
            30 28 2 Salimo de Noche - Tiago pzk x Trueno ( 28 )
            Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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            • #81
              Top Holiday Albums
              Week of November 27, 2021
              TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
              1 1 132 Christmas - Michael Buble ( 1 )
              2 3 289 Merry Christmas - Mariah Carey ( 1 )
              3 2 298 A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) - Vince Guaraldi Trio ( 2 )
              4 5 32 The Best Of Pentatonix Christmas - Pentatonix ( 1 )
              5 6 243 The Christmas Song - Nat King Cole ( 2 )
              6 7 22 My Gift - Carrie Underwood ( 1 )
              7 8 64 Christmas Classics - Bing Crosby ( 7 )
              8 11 43 A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector - Various Artists ( 4 )
              9 9 5 When Christmas Comes Around... - Kelly Clarkson ( 1 )
              10 13 34 The Andy Williams Christmas Album - Andy Williams ( 5 )
              11 14 53 Ultimate Christmas - Frank Sinatra ( 5 )
              12 15 215 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Burl Ives ( 5 )
              13 16 87 Wrapped In Red - Kelly Clarkson ( 1 )
              14 17 34 Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree: The Decca Christmas Recordings - Brenda Lee ( 10 )
              15 10 3 Evergreen - Pentatonix ( 3 )
              16 20 52 The Dean Martin Christmas Album - Dean Martin ( 15 )
              17 22 21 A Holly Dolly Christmas - Dolly Parton ( 1 )
              18 Re-Entry 50 Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer And Other Christmas Classics - Gene Autry ( 5 )
              19 18 263 White Christmas - Bing Crosby ( 8 )
              20 19 61 The Classic Christmas Album - Elvis Presley ( 6 )
              21 21 90 Under The Mistletoe - Justin Bieber ( 1 )
              22 26 3 NOW Christmas Classics - Various Artists ( 22 )
              23 Re-Entry 11 A Perry Como Christmas - Perry Como ( 23 )
              24 Re-Entry 25 The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve - Trans-Siberian Orchestra ( 2 )
              25 36 17 A Drummer Boy Christmas - for KING & COUNTRY ( 2 )
              26 28 6 I Dream Of Christmas - Norah Jones ( 4 )
              27 39 36 Feliz Navidad - Jose Feliciano ( 21 )
              28 23 11 Dr. Seuss' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! - Soundtrack ( 15 )
              29 32 41 A Legendary Christmas - John Legend ( 1 )
              30 4 2 The Season - Steve Perry ( 4 )
              31 35 27 The Jackson 5 Christmas Album - Jackson 5 ( 20 )
              32 45 46 You Make It Feel Like Christmas - Gwen Stefani ( 1 )
              33 29 51 Everyday Is Christmas - Sia ( 3 )
              34 40 181 Noel - Josh Groban ( 1 )
              35 37 17 Merry Christmas - Bing Crosby ( 7 )
              36 38 11 What A Wonderful Christmas - Louis Armstrong & Friends ( 36 )
              37 34 71 A Pentatonix Christmas - Pentatonix ( 1 )
              38 25 216 Christmas Eve And Other Stories - Trans-Siberian Orchestra ( 3 )
              39 Re-Entry 21 A Very She & Him Christmas - She & Him ( 2 )
              40 33 273 These Are Special Times - Celine Dion ( 1 )
              41 Re-Entry 21 A Winter Romance - Dean Martin ( 24 )
              42 41 23 The Beach Boys' Christmas Album - The Beach Boys ( 29 )
              43 42 52 The Polar Express - Soundtrack ( 1 )
              44 43 15 We Need A Little Christmas - Pentatonix ( 4 )
              45 27 40 Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas - Soundtrack ( 1 )
              46 44 12 A Very Trainor Christmas - Meghan Trainor ( 7 )
              47 47 4 Ella Wishes You A Swinging Christmas - Ella Fitzgerald ( 14 )
              48 Re-Entry 120 Home For Christmas - 'N Sync ( 1 )
              49 48 93 That's Christmas To Me - Pentatonix ( 1 )
              50 Re-Entry 3 Someday At Christmas - Stevie Wonder ( 34 )
              Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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              • #82
                https://www.billboard.com/music/char...00-1235001770/
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                The Weeknd’s ‘Blinding Lights’ Is the New No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 Song of All Time
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                Plus, The Beatles remain the top act in the Hot 100's history.
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                The Weeknd‘s “Blinding Lights” shines brightest among the nearly 30,000 titles ever to hit the Billboard Hot 100 over the chart’s 63-year history, as the single, released in November 2019, is the newly crowned No. 1 on Billboard‘s Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs recap.

                Meanwhile, The Beatles remain the leading act in the Hot 100’s archives, topping Billboard‘s Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Artists retrospective.

                Both 100-position charts, based on historical performance on the weekly Billboard Hot 100, are updated as of today (Nov. 23) in the Greatest of All Time section of the charts menu on Billboard.com. (See both all-time surveys’ methodologies below; the all-time chart was first revealed in 2008, for the Hot 100’s 50th anniversary, and refreshed in both 2013 and 2018.)

                Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs, Top 10:
                1, “Blinding Lights,” The Weeknd
                2, “The Twist,” Chubby Checker
                3, “Smooth,” Santana feat. Rob Thomas
                4, “Mack the Knife,” Bobby Darin
                5, “Uptown Funk!,” Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars
                6, “How Do I Live,” LeAnn Rimes
                7, “Party Rock Anthem,” LMFAO feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock
                8, “I Gotta Feeling,” The Black Eyed Peas
                9, “Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix),” Los Del Rio
                10, “Shape of You,” Ed Sheeran

                “Blinding Lights” rules Billboard‘s Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs chart after it logged a record-shattering run on the weekly Hot 100. After topping the chart for four weeks in April and May 2020, it went on to rewrite the marks for the most weeks spent in the top five (43), top 10 (57) and top 40 (86) and on the chart overall (90).

                “I don’t think [it] has hit me yet,” The Weeknd told Billboard upon learning of the song’s reigning all-time Hot 100 status. “I try not to dwell on it too much. I just count my blessings, and I’m just grateful.”

                “Blinding Lights” succeeds Chubby Checker‘s classic “The Twist” as the Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs’ No. 1 hit, with the latter having led the Hot 100 for a week in September 1960 and again for two frames in January 1962. The transformative hit, now at No. 2, ruled the first recap in 2008 and retained the title through updates five and 10 years later.

                Rounding out the top five of the new Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs chart, Santana‘s 12-week No. 1 in 1999-2000, “Smooth,” featuring Rob Thomas, ranks at No. 3, followed by Bobby Darin‘s “Mack the Knife” (nine weeks, 1959) at No. 3 and Mark Ronson‘s “Uptown Funk!,” featuring Bruno Mars, at No. 5 (14 weeks, 2015).

                “Blinding Lights” is one of three songs to peak in the 2020s on the Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs survey, with Dua Lipa‘s “Levitating” at No. 32 and 24kGoldn‘s “Mood,” featuring iann dior, at No. 49.

                Plus, the longest-leading No. 1 on the Hot 100’s history ranks at No. 41 on Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs: Lil Nas X‘s “Old Town Road,” featuring Billy Ray Cyrus, which dominated for 19 weeks in 2019.

                Four other songs are new to the all-time chart since the 2018 edition: Post Malone‘s “Circles” (No. 19, from 2019); Maroon 5‘s “Girls Like You,” featuring Cardi B (No. 30, 2018); Post Malone and Swae Lee‘s “Sunflower (Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse)” (No. 75, 2019); and Drake‘s “God’s Plan” (No. 83, 2018).

                Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Artists, Top 10:
                1, The Beatles
                2, Madonna
                3, Elton John
                4, Elvis Presley
                5, Mariah Carey
                6, Stevie Wonder
                7, Janet Jackson
                8, Michael Jackson
                9, Whitney Houston
                10, Rihanna

                Meanwhile, The Beatles defend their No. 1 ranking on Billboard‘s Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Artists chart (among close to 8,000 acts ever to appear on the weekly Hot 100). The icons, who also led the 2008, 2013 and 2018 all-time iterations, boast a record 20 No. 1s on the weekly Hot 100, among 34 top 10s, the most among groups.

                Madonna, with 38 Hot 100 top 10s, the most among women, ranks second on Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Artists, followed in the top five by, at No. 3, Elton John, currently at his highest rank on the weekly Hot 100 since 1998 with “Cold Heart (Pnau Remix),” with Dua Lipa; at No. 4, Elvis Presley, even with his career having predated the Hot 100’s inception by two years; and, at No. 5, Mariah Carey, who leads all soloists with 19 Hot 100 No. 1s, through her latest, “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” her 1994 carol that jingled to the apex at last in 2019, and leads Billboard‘s new Greatest of All Time Holiday 100 Songs chart.

                While the Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Artists recap’s top 10 mirrors that of the 2018 tabulation, Drake jumps to within the edge of the tier, bounding from No. 22 to No. 11. His top 10 count on the weekly Hot 100 stands at a record 54, while he also holds the marks for the most top 40 hits (144) and entries on the chart overall (259). He has notched nine No. 1s, through “Way 2 Sexy,” featuring Future and Young Thug, this September.

                Among other acts who made their Hot 100 debuts since 2000 and rank higher on the latest Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Artists chart than on the 2018 tally: Taylor Swift (No. 21, up from No. 24); Maroon 5 (No. 24, up from No. 37); Bruno Mars (No. 29, up from No. 34); and Justin Bieber (No. 38, soaring from No. 93, driven by 12 more top 10s, including three No. 1s, since the 2018 ranking).

                The Weeknd is additionally the top artist on the Greatest of All Time Hot 100 Songs recap that did not place on the 2018 list, at No. 43. He’s one of four acts who first appeared on the weekly Hot 100 in the 2010s making the historical chart for the first time, alongside Post Malone (No. 77), Ariana Grande (No. 78) and Ed Sheeran (No. 87).

                Methodology: Billboard‘s Greatest of All-Time Hot 100 Songs and Artists rankings are based on weekly performance on the Hot 100 (from its inception on Aug. 4, 1958, through Nov. 6, 2021). Songs are ranked based on an inverse point system, with weeks at No. 1 earning the greatest value and weeks at lower spots earning the least. Due to changes in chart methodology over the years, eras are weighted differently to account for chart turnover rates during various periods. Artists are ranked based on a formula blending performance, as outlined above, of all their Hot 100 chart entries.
                Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                • #83
                  So the Red album(s) and any tracks on it are classed as country by Billboard - even though some tracks are blatant pop. OCC in the UK considers Red and anything on it to not be country and only counts the albums before Red as country - so Fearless (Taylor's Version) is on the current UK Country Artists Albums chart (at number 1) but Red (Taylor's Version) is not. https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...-albums-chart/
                  Yet you see Kacey Musgraves on the same chart even though her album is a mix of country and pop.

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                  • #84
                    Originally posted by theMathematician View Post

                    What's country about that song?
                    I think there was a country version originally when it first came out, and a pop version, but now I think all she has redone is the 'pop' - I could be mistaken!
                    http://thechartbook.co.uk - for the latest are best chart book - By Decade!
                    Now including NME, Record Mirror and Melody Maker from the UK and some Billboard charts

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                    • #85
                      https://www.billboard.com/wp-content..._term=10403564
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                      Billboard Bulletin (Tuesday)
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                      • Interscope Geffen A&M Leads Labels in Big Four Grammy Nominations
                      • Publishers Quarterly: Sony Has Sweet Quarter With Olivia Rodrigo’s ‘Sour’
                      • The Greatest Hit: The New No. 1 Song Of All Time
                      • Adele’s ’30’ Is 2021’s Top-Selling Album in U.S. After Only Three Days
                      • 2022 Grammy Nominees: The Complete List
                      • Why Are the 2022 Grammys Jumping From 8 to 10 Nominees In Big Four Categories?
                      • Why the 2022 Album of the Year Grammy Category Is So Crowded
                      Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                      • #86
                        Originally posted by BrainDamageII View Post
                        Top Album Sales
                        Week of November 27, 2021
                        TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
                        35 NEW 1 Greatest Hits - Creedence Clearwater Revival ( 35 )
                        Can anybody help with an origin story for this album? What year and label?
                        It is a new entry on the BB200 and TAS charts this week but is in catalog status. It's also on Vinyl Albums if that is helpful.
                        THANKS!

                        M

                        My Comprehensive, Christmas LP topics

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                        • #87
                          Originally posted by Miguelito View Post

                          Can anybody help with an origin story for this album? What year and label?
                          It is a new entry on the BB200 and TAS charts this week but is in catalog status. It's also on Vinyl Albums if that is helpful.
                          THANKS!

                          M
                          It was released in 2014 and spent a single week at #165 on the current albums chart dated May 17, 2014.
                          My thread on Pulse: Weekly Top 10 Albums Sales Thread
                          http://pulsemusic.proboards.com/thre...s-sales-thread

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                          • #88
                            Here are the only songs involving a Band/Group on the HOT 100 this week:

                            01. 5 8 2 Smokin Out The Window ‒ Silk Sonic
                            02. 8 10 44 Heat Waves ‒ Glass Animals
                            03. 16 17 21 Beggin' ‒ Maneskin
                            04. 23 46 37 Leave The Door Open ‒ Silk Sonic
                            05. 28 27 10 Meet Me At Our Spot ‒ THE ANXIETY
                            06. 37 43 8 My Universe ‒ Coldplay x BTS
                            07. 50 51 9 Same Boat ‒ Zac Brown Band
                            08. 68 New 1 After Last Night ‒ Silk Sonic With Thundercat & Bootsy Collins
                            09. 73 New 1 Blast Off ‒ Silk Sonic
                            10. 75
                            ReEntry 9 Skate ‒ Silk Sonic
                            11. 78 New 1 Put On A Smile ‒ Silk Sonic
                            12. 81 New 1 Fly As Me ‒ Silk Sonic
                            13. 96
                            71 4 Moth To A Flame ‒ Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd

                            More than half of the songs are are by "Silk Sonic" which is really just two solo artist that chose to record under duo/group name.

                            In terms of songs with just a single group and no other artist involved in the traditional sense, there are only 3 songs:

                            02. 8 10 44 Heat Waves ‒ Glass Animals
                            03. 16 17 21 Beggin' ‒ Maneskin
                            07. 50 51 9 Same Boat ‒ Zac Brown Band


                            The only song that had any "Rock" in it was My Universe, classified as Pop/Rock.

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                            • #89
                              Beggin is more of a rock record than My Universe. The new Coldplay album shouldn't even be classed as rock. It's a pop album.

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                              • #90
                                https://www.dropbox.com/s/zhfvxrf618...11-20.pdf?dl=0
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                                Billboard Magazine (November 20, 2021)
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                                Above is the link for the current print edition of the magazine. Will keep available at least till the next edition, enjoy.
                                Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                                • #91
                                  Re: Creedence Clearwater Revival - Greatest Hits (new entry on Billboard 200, Catalog Albums and Top Album Sales this week):

                                  Originally posted by oldbloke View Post

                                  It was released in 2014 and spent a single week at #165 on the current albums chart dated May 17, 2014.
                                  Thanks very much for that information, oldbloke! Armed with that, I found the album on discogs.com (Fantasy/Concord FAN-35500-02). The cover art shown there matches the (Walmart) version currently fueling the boost - that album's label is listed as Craft but I think it would be considered the same album. It's listed as a new entry on Top Album Sales but that is readily explained; Billboard uses chart weeks from Billboard 200(*) through Dec 6, 2014, and thereafter weeks from the Top Album Sales chart (which reduced to 100 positions in January 2015), to compute its "weeks on chart" data for TAS. So it is listed as a new entry despite the one chart week in May 2014 on Current Albums.

                                  (*) Since May 25, 1991 only, apparently - which is why Daryl Hall / John Oates' Rock 'N Soul, Part 1 is listed as a "new entry" on TAS this week.

                                  Thanks again!
                                  Miguelito
                                  My Comprehensive, Christmas LP topics

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                                  • #92
                                    Catalog Album Sales Rankings - 2021-11-27

                                    Full November update is forthcoming within a couple of days.
                                    Highlights for November 27:
                                    • Nirvana's Nevermind, in its 30th year of release, finally reaches #1 on both Catalog and catalog sales, and is #4 on Top Album Sales. It becomes the fourth chart-topper on both lists for the band, following Bleach, In Utero, and MTV Unplugged In New York.
                                    • Prince & The Revolution's Purple Rain (Soundtrack) moves to #2 catalog sales, and returns to the top 10 of TAS (#7). It also makes the top 10 on Catalog (#4), its first top 10 week there this year.
                                    • Michael Jackson's Dangerous, Ozzy Osbourne's Diary Of A Madman, and Journey's Escape round out the catalog sales top 5, all returns to the top 10 for the first time this year. Dangerous is 30 years removed from its release, and the other two albums are 40 years old.
                                    • All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra and the Dirty Dancing soundtrack are debuts in the catalog sales top 10 at #7 and #10, respectively.
                                    • Creedence Clearwater Revival's Chronicle falls from the Catalog chart, ending a 204 week run. Points for the album have mostly shifted to a 2014 release, Greatest Hits, which makes its debut on both catalog tallies.
                                    • Michael Jackson's Thriller ends a run of 132 weeks on catalog sales and 83 weeks on the Catalog chart, while AC/DC's Back In Black falls from catalog sales after 62 straight weeks.

                                    Totals for this week/last week/2 weeks ago: 46, 45, 43
                                    Week totals are for Catalog Album Sales chart (or Top Album Sales after 2020-01-18); only top 50 positions are included in the totals

                                    TW LW 2W WKS Title, Artist (Peak)
                                    1 Re-entry - 283 Nevermind, Nirvana (1)
                                    2 19 22 277 Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Prince & The Revolution (1)
                                    3 43 - 29 Dangerous, Michael Jackson (3)
                                    4 Re-entry - 3 Diary Of A Madman, Ozzy Osbourne (2)
                                    5 Re-entry - 13 Escape, Journey (5)
                                    6 5 8 1023 Metallica, Metallica (1)
                                    7 Re-entry - 4 All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra, Electric Light Orchestra (7)
                                    8 1 6 211 A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack), Vince Guaraldi Trio (1)
                                    9 4 19 6 My Gift, Carrie Underwood (4)
                                    10 Re-entry - 32 Dirty Dancing, Soundtrack (10)
                                    11 2 12 85 Christmas, Michael Buble (1)
                                    12 New - 1 Greatest Hits: Decade #1, Carrie Underwood (12)
                                    13 New - 1 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival (13)
                                    14 Re-entry - 6 Rock 'N Soul, Part 1, Daryl Hall & John Oates (14)
                                    15 3 1 19 Let It Be, The Beatles (1)
                                    16 New - 1 Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival, The Jimi Hendrix Experience (16)
                                    17 New - 1 Kane Brown, Kane Brown (17)
                                    18 10 15 519 Abbey Road, The Beatles (1)
                                    19 18 38 3 A Holly Dolly Christmas, Dolly Parton (18)
                                    20 New - 1 Greatest Hits, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts (20)
                                    21 9 10 222 good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar (1)
                                    22 New - 1 KISSWORLD: The Best Of KISS, KISS (22)
                                    23 Re-entry - 45 Greatest Hits, Motley Crue (3)
                                    24 6 14 780 Greatest Hits, Queen (1)
                                    25 - 40 204 21, Adele (1)
                                    26 14 17 283 Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack (1)
                                    27 Re-entry - 4 A Love Supreme, John Coltrane (15)
                                    28 13 - 183 Merry Christmas, Mariah Carey (1)
                                    29 New - 1 The Essential Chicks, The Chicks (29)
                                    30 Re-entry - 27 The Lumineers, The Lumineers (8)
                                    31 7 13 631 Gold -- Greatest Hits, ABBA (1)
                                    32 11 20 58 Harry Styles, Harry Styles (3)
                                    33 12 30 12 The Best Of Pentatonix Christmas, Pentatonix (2)
                                    34 15 16 385 Rumours, Fleetwood Mac (1)
                                    35 42 - 14 25, Adele (15)
                                    36 - 25 5 I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston (25)
                                    37 23 - 298 Led Zeppelin IV, Led Zeppelin (1)
                                    38 20 41 11 Christmas Classics [Empire/Capitol], Bing Crosby (20)
                                    39 17 21 1490 Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers, Bob Marley & The Wailers (1)
                                    40 Re-entry - 124 Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2, Soundtrack (6)
                                    41 New - 1 10 Things I Hate About You, Soundtrack (41)
                                    42 36 32 72 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole (6)
                                    43 16 11 1440 The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd (1)
                                    44 Re-entry - 7 Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series, Soundtrack - TV (22)
                                    45 21 18 1130 Chronicle -- The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival (1)
                                    46 27 - 129 The Christmas Song, Nat "King" Cole (4)
                                    - 8 - 27 El Camino, The Black Keys (6)
                                    - 22 34 56 AM, Arctic Monkeys (12)
                                    - 24 27 13 MAP OF THE SOUL : 7, BTS (1)
                                    - 25 7 3 Tattoo You, The Rolling Stones (1)
                                    - 26 - 1 Live: American Outlaws, The Highwaymen (26)
                                    - 28 35 335 Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys, The Beach Boys (1)
                                    - 29 24 594 Thriller, Michael Jackson (1)
                                    - 30 - 3 Couldn't Stand The Weather, Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble (25)
                                    - 31 33 167 Born To Die, Lana Del Rey (3)
                                    - 32 29 149 Christmas Eve And Other Stories, Trans-Siberian Orchestra (1)
                                    - 33 26 1103 Back In Black, AC/DC (1)
                                    - 34 2 20 A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, Pink Floyd (2)
                                    - 35 - 20 Dont Smile At Me, Billie Eilish (8)
                                    - 37 36 314 Back To Black, Amy Winehouse (1)
                                    - 38 - 8 Merry Christmas, Bing Crosby (8)
                                    - 39 - 2 Stranger In The Alps, Phoebe Bridgers (21)
                                    - 40 - 1 Green Naugahyde, Primus (40)
                                    - 41 42 171 Hotel California, Eagles (6)
                                    - 44 - 2 Benefit, Jethro Tull (44)
                                    - 45 23 38 Blurryface, Twenty One Pilots (9)
                                    - - 3 16 Spice, Spice Girls (2)
                                    - - 4 1 Sound & Color, Alabama Shakes (4)
                                    - - 5 1 New Adventures In Hi-Fi, R.E.M. (5)
                                    - - 9 1 October Rust, Type O Negative (9)
                                    - - 28 1 Paper Mache Dream Balloon, King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard (28)
                                    - - 31 73 Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers), Wu-Tang Clan (19)
                                    - - 37 41 The College Dropout, Kanye West (3)
                                    - - 39 29 Are You Experienced, The Jimi Hendrix Experience (2)
                                    - - 43 992 Greatest Hits, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band (1)

                                    Regards, Miguelito
                                    My Comprehensive, Christmas LP topics

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                                    • #93
                                      https://www.billboard.com/wp-content..._term=10403564
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                                      Billboard Bulletin (Wednesday)
                                      .
                                      • Inside Liberty Media’s Investor Meeting, Where Comedy Bits Mingled With Hard Data
                                      • Investigating Astroworld: What Role Did Crowd Management Play?
                                      • Republic Records Names Wendy Goldstein, Jim Roppo CoPresidents
                                      • Grammy Nominations in the PostCommittee Era: Who Benefited & Who Didn’t? (Analysis)
                                      • Adele’s ’30’ Surpasses Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ for Year’s Biggest Debut
                                      • ‘Fortnite’ Owner Epic Games Acquires Harmonix, Creator of Rock Band
                                      • Genesis Owusu, The Kid LAROI Win Big at 2021 ARIA Awards
                                      Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                                      • #94
                                        Euro Digital Song Sales
                                        Week of November 27, 2021
                                        TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
                                        1 1 14 Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa ( 1 )
                                        2 3 5 Easy On Me - Adele ( 1 )
                                        3 2 10 Shivers - Ed Sheeran ( 2 )
                                        4 8 3 Do It To It - Acraze Featuring Cherish ( 4 )
                                        5 NEW 1 All Too Well (Taylor's Version) - Taylor Swift ( 5 )
                                        6 4 20 Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
                                        7 7 3 Overpass Graffiti - Ed Sheeran ( 7 )
                                        8 5 8 My Universe - Coldplay x BTS ( 1 )
                                        9 9 20 Love Tonight - Shouse ( 3 )
                                        10 10 8 Pepas - Farruko ( 6 )
                                        11 15 4 Tell Me Something Good - Ewan McVicar ( 10 )
                                        12 NEW 1 No - Little Mix ( 12 )
                                        13 NEW 1 Blurry Eyes - Michael Patrick Kelly ( 13 )
                                        14 13 10 Where Are You Now - Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott ( 11 )
                                        15 NEW 1 Der Letzte Song (Alles Wird Gut) - Kummer & Fred Rabe ( 15 )
                                        16 18 4 Moth To A Flame - Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd ( 9 )
                                        17 NEW 1 Seventeen Going Under - Sam Fender ( 17 )
                                        18 16 5 Dopamine - Purple Disco Machine Featuring Eyelar ( 8 )
                                        19 11 2 Null Auf 100 - Helene Fischer ( 11 )
                                        20 Re-Entry 3 You Are The Reason - Calum Scott & Leona Lewis ( 15 )
                                        Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                                        • #95
                                          Spain Digital Song Sales
                                          Week of November 27, 2021
                                          TW LW WOC Title Artist ( Peak )
                                          1 2 14 Mon Amour - zzoilo ( 1 )
                                          2 NEW 1 LA FAMA - Rosalia Featuring The Weeknd ( 2 )
                                          3 3 11 Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) - Elton John & Dua Lipa ( 1 )
                                          4 6 2 Tacones Rojos - Sebastian Yatra ( 4 )
                                          5 4 5 Indigo - Camilo y Evaluna ( 3 )
                                          6 NEW 1 All Too Well (Taylor's Version) - Taylor Swift ( 6 )
                                          7 8 17 Bad Habits - Ed Sheeran ( 1 )
                                          8 NEW 1 Shivers - Ed Sheeran ( 8 )
                                          9 7 5 Easy On Me - Adele ( 2 )
                                          10 10 6 Ateo - C. Tangana & Nathy Peluso ( 2 )
                                          Keep the fire burning like the first time feeling

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                                          • #96
                                            Thanks,all, for posting the charts and info.
                                            http://www.poconorecord.com/entertai...-madame-x-tour

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                                            • #97
                                              And why MJ's Dangerous is so high that week?
                                              is there a new vinyl release? Is it promoted somewhere?
                                              besides MJ's death, that album never showed up in catalog.

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                                              • #98
                                                Originally posted by facedown36 View Post
                                                And why MJ's Dangerous is so high that week?
                                                is there a new vinyl release? Is it promoted somewhere?
                                                besides MJ's death, that album never showed up in catalog.
                                                Weekly U.S. vinyl album sales surged past 1 million copies for the first time in four months, thanks in large part to sale pricing and promotion at Walmart stores for a selection of titles, as well as the Nov. 12 release of Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version).

                                                In the week ending Nov. 18, there were 1.06 million vinyl albums sold in the U.S. according to MRC Data – an increase of 52% compared the previous week (697,000). It’s the ninth time vinyl album sales have exceeded 1 million copies in a single week since MRC Data began electronically tracking sales in 1991, and all of the million-selling weeks have happened since 2019. It last occurred in the week ending July 22, following Record Store Day 2021’s second drop on July 17.

                                                During the tracking week ending Nov. 18, Walmart stores promoted 25 different vinyl albums for just $15 each – all of which were exclusive variants to Walmart. Among the titles: the Dirty Dancing soundtrack (on purple-colored vinyl), Michael Jackson’s Dangerous (a double-LP set on silver-colored vinyl) and Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary of a Madman (on blue swirl-colored vinyl).

                                                Collectively, the 25 albums that were part of Walmart’s promotion sold 140,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 18 (up 709% from just 17,000 sold the week previous) – across all of their various vinyl editions at all retailers (including the Walmart-only variants). It’s likely most of those sales were driven by the Walmart-exclusive editions.

                                                Also helping vinyl album sales in the week ending Nov. 18: the arrival of Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version), with 114,000 copies sold (the single-largest sales week for a vinyl album since MRC Data began tracking sales in 1991).

                                                All told, more than half of the titles on Billboard’s 25-position Vinyl Albums chart (dated Nov. 27) were part of Walmart’s $15 vinyl sale. Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version) debuts at No. 1.

                                                The Vinyl Albums chart ranks the top-selling vinyl albums of the week in the U.S.

                                                https://www.billboard.com/pro/us-vinyl-album-sales-surge-walmart-taylor-swifts-red-taylors-version/
                                                My thread on Pulse: Weekly Top 10 Albums Sales Thread
                                                http://pulsemusic.proboards.com/thre...s-sales-thread

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                                                • #99
                                                  Originally posted by oldbloke View Post


                                                  Weekly U.S. vinyl album sales surged past 1 million copies for the first time in four months, thanks in large part to sale pricing and promotion at Walmart stores for a selection of titles, as well as the Nov. 12 release of Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version).

                                                  In the week ending Nov. 18, there were 1.06 million vinyl albums sold in the U.S. according to MRC Data – an increase of 52% compared the previous week (697,000). It’s the ninth time vinyl album sales have exceeded 1 million copies in a single week since MRC Data began electronically tracking sales in 1991, and all of the million-selling weeks have happened since 2019. It last occurred in the week ending July 22, following Record Store Day 2021’s second drop on July 17.

                                                  During the tracking week ending Nov. 18, Walmart stores promoted 25 different vinyl albums for just $15 each – all of which were exclusive variants to Walmart. Among the titles: the Dirty Dancing soundtrack (on purple-colored vinyl), Michael Jackson’s Dangerous (a double-LP set on silver-colored vinyl) and Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary of a Madman (on blue swirl-colored vinyl).

                                                  Collectively, the 25 albums that were part of Walmart’s promotion sold 140,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 18 (up 709% from just 17,000 sold the week previous) – across all of their various vinyl editions at all retailers (including the Walmart-only variants). It’s likely most of those sales were driven by the Walmart-exclusive editions.

                                                  Also helping vinyl album sales in the week ending Nov. 18: the arrival of Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version), with 114,000 copies sold (the single-largest sales week for a vinyl album since MRC Data began tracking sales in 1991).

                                                  All told, more than half of the titles on Billboard’s 25-position Vinyl Albums chart (dated Nov. 27) were part of Walmart’s $15 vinyl sale. Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version) debuts at No. 1.

                                                  The Vinyl Albums chart ranks the top-selling vinyl albums of the week in the U.S.

                                                  https://www.billboard.com/pro/us-vinyl-album-sales-surge-walmart-taylor-swifts-red-taylors-version/
                                                  Very interesting, thanks!
                                                  Never understood why Dangerous was such a bad catalogue seller, despite huge and enduring hits.
                                                  Let's hope it will last some more weeks

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                                                  • Catalog Albums/Billboard 200 Chart Update – November 2021

                                                    Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Reaches #1 for the First Time

                                                    Nirvana’s Nevermind, thirty years after its original release and nearly 25 years after its Catalog chart debut, finally makes the top spot on both the Catalog and catalog sales charts on Nov. 27, both for the first time. It follows Bleach, In Utero, and MTV Unplugged In New York to the top spot on both charts. Nirvana joins just five other Catalog artists and eleven others on the catalog sales tally with four or more different albums reaching the top spot.

                                                    The Rolling Stones led off the month on catalog sales with the #1 debut of Tattoo You (1981) on Nov. 6, also their fourth #1. The Beatles’ Let It Be followed with a return to the top spot (Nov. 13) after first reaching it on Oct. 30, and they gave way to Vince Guaraldi Trio’s A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack), #1 for the first time this Christmas season and seventh time overall… For the year, Metallica’s Metallica leads with seven weeks at #1 in a year where 33 different albums have reached the top spot, a record for a single year. Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 and Queen’s Greatest Hits are the runners-up with four weeks at #1 each. In the highly likely event that it holds on for the most weeks at #1 this year, Metallica will achieve that feat for the second time, the first being in 1999 when it was #1 for 22 weeks. Also likely is that this will be the fifth year, and second straight, in which the top #1 album on catalog sales spent less than 10 weeks at #1 that year.

                                                    On the Catalog chart, there were differences at #1 for each of the first three weeks. Adele’s 25 reached #1 for the first time on Nov. 6, and joined 19 and 21 in reaching the top spot. Michael Jackson’s Thriller (1982) moved to #1, its first top 10 week of the year, on Nov. 13. Thriller returned to the top spot for the first time since 2018 and 14th time overall. Finally, Taylor Swift’s Red jumped 25-1 to reach #1 for the first time on Nov. 20, giving Swift her third Catalog #1 following The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection (EP) (four weeks at #1 in 2010 and 2011) and 1989 (a single week at #1 in 2017)… Queen’s Greatest Hits failed to reach #1 in November, its first calendar month not reaching the top spot since December 2020. With 35 weeks at #1 in 2021, however, it has wrapped up the race for most weeks at #1 for the third straight year.

                                                    TOP TEN SUMMARIES
                                                    NOTE: In the summaries below, parenthetical numbers following an album title are weeks in the top 10 followed by 2021 weeks in the top 10 (as of last week of month). For Catalog citations, this refers to the top 10 of the Catalog chart; for catalog sales citations, this refers to top 10 of catalog sales.

                                                    TOP TEN SUMMARY – CATALOG CHART
                                                    (Red = Catalog chart positions Nov 6-13-20-27; Blue = Billboard 200 chart positions)
                                                    Adele, 25 (6/6): 1-3-4-3 (18-30-38-23)
                                                    (1) The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You (1/1): 2-x-x-x (24-x-x-x)
                                                    Adele, 21 (93/6): 3-7-9-5 (36-49-57-32)
                                                    Queen, Greatest Hits (235/47): 4-2-2-6 (38-27-23-37)
                                                    The Beatles, Let It Be (4/2): 5-15-38-x (42-84-116-137)
                                                    Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits (187/45): 6-8-7-15 (47-51-53-62)
                                                    Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city (122/44): 7-5-6-11 (48-39-47-52)
                                                    Fleetwood Mac, Rumours (135/45): 8-9-5-9 (54-55-43-50)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle (239/44): 9-6-15-x (61-48-70-x)
                                                    J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (73/35): 10-10-12-17 (62-59-64-69)
                                                    (2) Michael Jackson, Thriller (95/1): 11-1-39-x (65-25-117-146)
                                                    (2) Soundtrack, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (4/1): 27-4-x-x (102-36-x-x)
                                                    (2) Taylor Swift, Red (8/1): 32-27-1-25 (114-101-21-84)
                                                    Michael Buble, Christmas (77/4): x-22-3-2 (x-95-34-22)
                                                    (2) Taylor Swift, Speak Now (18/2): x-x-8-7 (x-197-54-39)
                                                    Lil Uzi Vert, Eternal Atake (3/3): 14-11-10-19 (79-64-60-75)
                                                    Nirvana, Nevermind (17/3): 41-50-45-1 (126-137-125-12)
                                                    (2) Prince & The Revolution, Purple Rain (Soundtrack) (23/1): x-x-x-4 (x-x-x-30)
                                                    Mariah Carey, Merry Christmas (81/3): x-x-14-8 (x-x-69-49)
                                                    Vince Guaraldi Trio, A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) (92/3): x-x-11-10 (x-159-63-51)

                                                    (1): First week(s) in top 10
                                                    (2): First week(s) in top 10 in 2021

                                                    Top 10s on BB200:
                                                    None; highest rank this month was Nirvana, Nevermind, Nov 27 (#12)

                                                    Catalog Notes:
                                                    Adele’s 25 (2015) reaches the top spot in its 66th week on the chart (Nov 6), dating back to its 2017 catalog debut. Adele now has three Catalog charting albums, all reaching #1.
                                                    The Rolling Stones’ Tattoo You (1981) enters at #2 (Nov 6) to become their seventh top 10 entry and 14th entry overall. All seven of the Stones’ top 10 entries have reached #1 or #2. Tattoo You is the only new top 10 Catalog entry in November, and is the fourth Rolling Stones album to top off at the runner-up spot.
                                                    Michael Jackson’s Thriller (1982) finally makes the top 10 in 2021, and moves all the way to the top spot with a Halloween-driven 11-1 surge (Nov 13). It’s the 95th week in the top 10 for the album, and its 14th at #1.
                                                    The soundtrack to Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) reaches #4 (Nov 13) and makes the top 10 for the fourth straight Halloween. It’s made the top 5 in each one of those years, topping out at #2 in 2018.
                                                    Taylor Swift’s Red (2012) makes the Catalog #1 spot for the first time in its 77th chart week (Nov 20), moving up 27-1; it follows The Taylor Swift Holiday Collection (EP) and 1989 in reaching the top spot. Another Swift album, Speak Now, re-enters the chart at #8, giving Swift three top 10 entries in 2021 (along with 1989). This marks the first top 10 appearance since 2013 for Speak Now, and since 2015 for Red. All seven of Swift’s Catalog albums have reached the top ten.
                                                    Michael Buble’s Christmas (2011) returns to the top 10 (#4 on Nov 20) for the first time since last Christmas season, when it logged another six weeks at #1 (bringing its total to 40 weeks), and reached as high as #4 BB200. It has extended its total to 77 weeks in the top 10 (Nov 27).
                                                    Prince & The Revolution’s Purple Rain (Soundtrack) (1984) returns to the top 10 (#4 on Nov 27) for the first time in 2021, and rises to #30 BB200, its best showing since 2017.
                                                    Mariah Carey’s Merry Christmas (1994) is back in the top 10 for the first time in the 2021 Christmas season (#8, Nov 27). It got up to #5 BB200 last Christmas season, almost matching its original peak of #3.
                                                    Vince Guaraldi Trio’s A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) (1965) also returns to the top 10 for the first time this Christmas season (#10, Nov 27). Last Christmas it reached #4 Catalog and broke into the top 10 of the Billboard 200 for the first time at #10.

                                                    TOP TEN SUMMARY – CATALOG SALES
                                                    (Red = Catalog sales positions Nov 6-13-20-27; Green = Top Album Sales chart positions)
                                                    (1) The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You (2/2): 1-7-25-x (5-26-65-x)
                                                    The Beatles, Let It Be (6/4): 2-1-3-15 (9-8-18-40)
                                                    Vince Guaraldi, A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) (101/8): 3-6-1-8 (24-24-10-22)
                                                    Metallica, Metallica (495/22): 4-8-5-6 (25-27-24-18)
                                                    Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon (540/6): 5-11-16-43 (29-36-44-95)
                                                    (1) The White Stripes, White Blood Cells (1/1): 6-x-x-x (34-x-x-x)
                                                    The Beatles, Abbey Road (123/18): 7-15-10-18 (35-45-37-45)
                                                    Soundtrack, Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (233/42): 8-17-14-26 (36-52-42-58)
                                                    Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city (56/29): 9-10-9-21 (37-33-34-52)
                                                    Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend (944/21): 10-21-17-39 (38-56-45-87)
                                                    (1) Pink Floyd, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1/1): x-2-34-x (x-9-83-x)
                                                    (2) Spice Girls, Spice (9/1): x-3-x-x (x-18-x-x)
                                                    (1) Alabama Shakes, Sound & Color (1/1): x-4-x-x (x-24-x-x)
                                                    (1) R.E.M., New Adventures In Hi-Fi (1/1): x-5-x-x (x-23-x-x)
                                                    (1) Type O Negative, October Rust (1/1): x-9-x-x (x-31-x-x)
                                                    (2) Michael Buble, Christmas (74/1): x-12-2-11 (x-37-16-31)
                                                    Carrie Underwood, My Gift (3/3): 18-19-4-9 (53-54-20-24)
                                                    Queen, Greatest Hits (204/37): 14-14-6-24 (46-43-27-55)
                                                    ABBA, Gold: Greatest Hits (83/4): 19-13-7-31 (57-42-28-67)
                                                    (2) The Black Keys, El Camino (8/1): x-x-8-x (x-x-30-x)
                                                    Nirvana, Nevermind (22/4): x-x-x-1 (x-x-x-4)
                                                    Prince & The Revolution, Purple Rain (Soundtrack) (58/26): 16-22-19-2 (49-59-51-7)
                                                    (2) Michael Jackson, Dangerous (12/1): x-x-43-3 (x-x-98-13)
                                                    (2) Ozzy Osbourne, Diary Of A Madman (2/1): x-x-x-4 (x-x-x-14)
                                                    (2) Journey, Escape (2/1): x-x-x-5 (x-x-x-16)
                                                    (1) Electric Light Orchestra, All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra (1/1): x-x-x-7 (x-x-x-19)
                                                    (1) Dirty Dancing, Soundtrack (1/1): x-x-x-10 (x-x-x-27)

                                                    (1) First week(s) in top 10
                                                    (2) First week(s) in top 10 in 2021

                                                    Top 10s on Top Album Sales:
                                                    The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You, Nov 6 (#5)
                                                    The Beatles, Let It Be, Nov 6 (#9), Nov 13 (#8)
                                                    Pink Floyd, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, Nov 13 (#9)
                                                    Vince Guaraldi Trio, A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack), Nov 20 (#10)
                                                    Nirvana, Nevermind, Nov 27 (#4)
                                                    Prince & The Revolution, Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Nov 27 (#7)

                                                    Catalog Sales Notes:
                                                    The Rolling Stones’ Tattoo You (1981) debuts at #1 (Nov 6) to become the band’s fourth catalog sales chart topper, and their 11th top 10 entry on catalog sales and 16th entry overall. It joins Exile On Main St., Sticky Fingers, and Goats Head Soup, all 1970s albums, in reaching the top. The album is ranked #5 on Top Album Sales, the third Stones catalog album to reach the top five, with Sticky Fingers (2015) and Goats Head Soup (2020) both reaching #3. (Exile On Main St. also reached #2 on the BB200 in 2010.)
                                                    The White Stripes’ White Blood Cells (2001) re-enters at #6 (Nov 6). In its tenth chart week and first since 2012, it reaches the top 10 for the first time, surpassing a previous peak of #30 to become the duo’s first top 10 catalog sales album.
                                                    The Beatles’ Let It Be (1970) returns to the #1 spot (Nov 13) two weeks after vacating it for a week. It spends its third straight week in the Top Album Sales top 10 on that date, moving up a spot to #8.
                                                    Pink Floyd’s A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987) returns to the chart for its 19th week and first since 1994, and also reaches the top 10 for the first time (#2 – Nov 13). With that, it becomes their 12th catalog sales top 10 out of 14 entries, moving them into a tie with Michael Jackson and Paul McCartney for fifth most top 10 albums. The album also enters the Top Album Sales chart at #9, their best showing for a catalog album to date, surpassing a week at #10 for The Dark Side Of The Moon in 2014.
                                                    Spice Girls’ Spice (1997) returns to the chart and to the top 10 for the first time since 1999 (#3 – Nov 13). It doesn’t quite match its original high mark of #2.
                                                    Alabama Shakes’ Sound & Color (2015) debuts at #4 (Nov 13); it’s the second charting album from the Athens, Alabama band, and second to reach the top 10. Boys & Girls, their only other studio album, reached #3 in 2015.
                                                    R.E.M.’s New Adventures In Hi-Fi (1996) debuts at #5 (Nov 13) to become the Athens, Georgia band’s fourth top 10 and ninth charting album overall. Their highest entry to date is Monster (1994), which reached #3 in 2019.
                                                    Type O Negative’s October Rust (1996) debuts at #9 (Nov 13); it is the Brooklyn band’s third chart entry, and first to reach the top 10.
                                                    Vince Guaraldi Trio’s A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) (1965) reaches #1 (Nov 20) for the first time this Christmas season and sixth time overall. At the same time, it reaches 100 weeks in the catalog sales top 10, becoming the 31st album (and first Christmas album) to reach that milestone. At #10 on Top Album Sales, it gets its sixth week in the TAS top 10, topping out at #7 in 2019.
                                                    Michael Buble’s Christmas (2011) returns to the catalog sales top 10 for the first time in 2021 (Nov 20), jumping 12-2 to surpass its best mark of the 2020 season (#4) already. It was last #1 in catalog sales in 2015, and has 18 weeks at #1 on the Catalog chart since its last #1 week on catalog sales.
                                                    Carrie Underwood’s My Gift (2020) returns to the top 10 at #4 (Nov 20), surpassing an outlier week at #5 six weeks ago.
                                                    The Black Keys’ El Camino (2011) returns at #8 (Nov 20), its first week in the top 10 since 2014 and also its first week on the chart since that year. The band has a total of four chart entries, with one, Brothers (2010), reaching #1 in 2012.
                                                    Michael Jackson’s Dangerous (1991), Ozzy Osbourne’s Diary Of A Madman (1981), and Journey’s Escape (1981) all return to the catalog sales top 10. It’s the 12th top 10 week for Dangerous and the first since 2009. Diary Of A Madman had a single previous top 10 week at #2 in 2011, while Escape spent a week at #9 in 2008.
                                                    Electric Light Orchestra’s All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra (2005) gets its first week in the top 10 at #7 (Nov 27). It’s their only catalog sales entry to date.
                                                    The soundtrack to Dirty Dancing (1987) also breaks into the top 10 for the first time (#10, Nov 27) in its 32nd chart week. Nine of those weeks have been this year.

                                                    MIG’S MILESTONES

                                                    On the BB200/Top 200 in catalog status:
                                                    Drake, Views (150 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    Soundtrack, Moana (100 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    Ed Sheeran, % (Divide) (50 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    twenty one pilots, Blurryface (150 weeks, Nov 20)

                                                    On the BB200/Top 200 overall:
                                                    (*) Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits (550 weeks, Nov 6)
                                                    (*) Fleetwood Mac, Rumours (450 weeks, Nov 6)
                                                    Bryson Tiller, T R A P S O U L (250 weeks, Nov 6)
                                                    Playboi Carti, Die Lit (100 weeks, Nov 6)
                                                    (*) Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend (950 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    Roddy Ricch, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial (100 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    (*) Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle (750 weeks, Nov 20)
                                                    Drake, Nothing Was The Same (400 weeks, Nov 20)
                                                    Kid Cudi, Man On The Moon: The End Of Day (200 weeks, Nov 20)
                                                    (*) Nirvana, Nevermind (550 weeks, Nov 27)
                                                    (*) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Greatest Hits (550 weeks, Nov 27)

                                                    (*) = Total includes Comprehensive chart weeks from late 2003 – late 2009.

                                                    On the Catalog chart:
                                                    Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans (350 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    Metallica, Metallica (950 weeks, Nov 27)

                                                    Consecutive runs on the BB200 (including at least one catalog week):
                                                    Billie Eilish, Dont Smile At Me (200 weeks, Nov 6)
                                                    Roddy Ricch, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial (100 weeks, Nov 13)
                                                    (1) Entire run is in catalog status

                                                    Consecutive runs on the BB200 in catalog status, not listed above:
                                                    Cardi B, Invasion Of Privacy (100 weeks, Nov 13) (187 week run on BB200 overall)

                                                    Consecutive runs on the Catalog chart:
                                                    J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (150 weeks, Nov 20)

                                                    NEW ON THE CHARTS

                                                    On the BB200 in catalog status:
                                                    The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You (1981) (#24 BB200, Nov 6)
                                                    Lil Durk, Just Cause Y’all Waited 2 (2020) (#138 BB200, Nov 13; Transition to catalog status in 78th chart week)
                                                    Pink Floyd, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987) (#143 BB200, Nov 13)
                                                    Michael Jackson, Scream (2017) (#179 BB200, Nov 13)
                                                    Carrie Underwood, My Gift (2020) (#167 BB200, Nov 20)
                                                    YoungBoy Never Broke Again, 4 Respect (EP) (2018) (#188, Nov 20)
                                                    Future, High Off Life (2020) (#192, Nov 20; Transition to catalog status in 78th chart week)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Greatest Hits (2014) (#61 BB200, Nov 27)
                                                    Daryl Hall & John Oates, Rock ‘N Soul, Part 1 (1983) (#82 BB200, Nov 27)
                                                    Mac Miller, Circles (2020) (#89 BB200, Nov 27)

                                                    On the Catalog chart:
                                                    The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You (1981) (#2 Cat, Nov 6)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Greatest Hits (2014) (#14 Cat, Nov 27)
                                                    Mac Miller, Circles (2020) (#29 Cat, Nov 27)
                                                    Carrie Underwood, My Gift (2020) (#34 Cat, Nov 27)

                                                    In the catalog sales top 50 (or on the Top Album Sales chart in catalog status):
                                                    The Rolling Stones, Tattoo You (1981) (#1 CS, Nov 6)
                                                    Olivia Newton-John, Physical (1981) (#17 CS, Nov 6)
                                                    Phoebe Bridgers, Stranger In The Alps (2017) (#21 CS, Nov 6)
                                                    The Replacements, Sorry Ma, Forgot To Take Out The Trash (1981) (#24 CS, Nov 6)
                                                    Freddie Hubbard with Wayne Shorter / Bernard McKinney / McCoy Tyner / Art Davis / Elvin Jones, Ready For Freddie (1962) (#29 CS, Nov 6)
                                                    Pink Floyd, A Momentary Lapse Of Reason (1987) (#2 CS, Nov 13)
                                                    Alabama Shakes, Sound & Color (2015) (#4 CS, Nov 13)
                                                    R.E.M., New Adventures In Hi-Fi (1996) (#5 CS, Nov 13)
                                                    Type O Negative, October Rust (1996) (#9 CS, Nov 13)
                                                    King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard, Paper Mache Dream Balloon (2015) (#28 CS, Nov 13)
                                                    Dolly Parton, A Holly Dolly Christmas (2020) (#38 CS, Nov 13)
                                                    The Highwaymen, Live: American Outlaws (2016) (#26 CS, Nov 20)
                                                    Primus, Green Naugahyde (2011) (#40 CS, Nov 20)
                                                    Carrie Underwood, Greatest Hits Decade #1 (2014) (#12 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Greatest Hits (2014) (#13 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    Jimi Hendrix Experience, Freedom: Atlanta Pop Festival (2015) (#16 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    Kane Brown, Kane Brown (2016) (#17 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Greatest Hits (2010) (#20 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    KISS, KISSWORLD: The Best Of KISS (2019) (#22 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    The (Dixie) Chicks, The Essential (Dixie) Chicks (2010) (#29 CS, Nov 27)
                                                    10 Things I Hate About You, Soundtrack (1999) (#41 CS, Nov 27)

                                                    WANDERING STARS – Reserved for long-absent albums returning to the charts:

                                                    On the BB200 in catalog status:
                                                    Soundtrack, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (#102 BB200, Nov 6) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    Bobby “Boris” Pickett And The Crypt-Kickers, The Original Monster Mash (1962) (#151 BB200, Nov 13) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    Rihanna, Good Girl Gone Bad (2007) (#174 BB200, Nov 13) – last on chart in 2012
                                                    Journey, Escape (1981) (#60 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2011
                                                    Electric Light Orchestra, All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra (2005) (#73 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2018
                                                    Ozzy Osbourne, Diary Of A Madman (1981) (#78 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2011
                                                    Michael Jackson, Dangerous (1991) (#85 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2010
                                                    Dirty Dancing, Soundtrack (1987) (#163 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in (*)2009
                                                    The (Dixie) Chicks, The Essential (Dixie) Chicks (2010) (#161 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2016(**)
                                                    Playboi Carti, Playboi Carti (2017) (#199 BB200, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    (**) Soon to be touring with The Hummingbirds and The Cups and performing Hank Williams Jr.’s “That’s The Way They Do It In”!

                                                    On the Catalog chart:
                                                    Soundtrack, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) (#27 Cat, Nov 6) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston (2012) (#32 Cat, Nov 13) – last on chart in 2016 (Note: 34 weeks on BB200 in 2021)
                                                    Journey, Escape (1981) (#13 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2011
                                                    Electric Light Orchestra, All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra (2005) (#18 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2017
                                                    Carrie Underwood, Greatest Hits Decade #1 (2014) (#21 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2018
                                                    Ozzy Osbourne, Diary Of A Madman (1981) (#22 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2011
                                                    Daryl Hall & John Oates, Rock ‘N Soul, Part 1 (1983) (#24 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 1993
                                                    Michael Jackson, Dangerous (1991) (#26 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2010
                                                    Kane Brown, Kane Brown (2016) (#37 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2020

                                                    In the catalog sales top 50 (or on the Top Album Sales chart in catalog status):
                                                    The White Stripes, White Blood Cells (2002) (#6 CS, Nov 6) – last on chart in 2012
                                                    Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston (2012) (#25 CS, Nov 13) – last on chart in 2017
                                                    Spice Girls, Spice (1997) (#3 CS, Nov 13) – last on chart in 1999
                                                    Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Christmas Eve And Other Stories (1996) (#29 CS, Nov 13) – last on chart in 2019
                                                    Bing Crosby, Christmas Classics [Empire/Capitol] (2001) (#41 CS, Nov 13) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    The Black Keys, El Camino (2011) (#8 CS, Nov 20) – last on chart in 2014
                                                    Nat King Cole, The Christmas Song (1963) (#27 CS, Nov 20) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble, Couldn’t Stand The Weather (1984) (#30 CS, Nov 20) – last on chart in 2010
                                                    Bing Crosby, Merry Christmas (1945) (#38 CS, Nov 20) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    Michael Jackson, Dangerous (1991) (#43 CS, Nov 20) – last on chart in 2010
                                                    Jethro Tull, Benefit (1970) (#44 CS, Nov 20) – last on chart in 2013
                                                    Ozzy Osbourne, Diary Of A Madman (1981) (#4 CS, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2011
                                                    Journey, Escape (1981) (#5 CS, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2011
                                                    Electric Light Orchestra, All Over The World: The Very Best Of Electric Light Orchestra (2005) (#7 Cat, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2015
                                                    Daryl Hall & John Oates, Rock ‘N Soul, Part 1 (1983) (#14 CS, Nov 27) – last on chart in 1993
                                                    John Coltrane, A Love Supreme (1965) (#27 CS, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2020
                                                    The Lumineers, The Lumineers (2012) (#30 CS, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2017
                                                    Soundtrack, Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series (2017) (#44 CS, Nov 27) – last on chart in 2020

                                                    DROPPING OUT – Albums leaving a chart after 10+ straight weeks. Numbers in parentheses are the album’s high catalog position during the run, and high position overall while in catalog status:

                                                    On the BB200 in catalog status:
                                                    NF, The Search (13 weeks, Nov 6) (#176 / #91)
                                                    J. Cole, Born Sinner (12 weeks, Nov 13) (#151 / #103)
                                                    George Strait, Strait Out Of The Box (11 weeks, Nov 13) (#157 / #109)
                                                    Hozier, Hozier (10 weeks, Nov 13) (#173 / #113)
                                                    Journey, Journey’s Greatest Hits (205 weeks, Nov 20) (#46 / #18)
                                                    Khalid, Free Spirit (57 weeks in Catalog status and 135 weeks overall, Nov 20) (#84 / #84)
                                                    YoungBoy Never Broke Again, AI YoungBoy 2 (20 weeks, Nov 20) (#135/ #135)
                                                    DaBaby, BLAME IT ON BABY (4 weeks in Catalog status and 81 weeks overall, Nov 20) (#166 / #166)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle (254 weeks, Nov 27) (#18 / #14)
                                                    Bon Jovi, Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection (45 weeks, Nov 27) (#117 / #63)
                                                    Kanye West, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy (40 weeks, Nov 27) (#83 / #83)
                                                    Future, DS2 (35 weeks, Nov 27) (#161 / #68)
                                                    Nickelback, The Best Of Nickelback: Volume 1 (26 weeks, Nov 27) (#102 / #75)
                                                    Halsey, Manic (17 weeks in Catalog status and 95 weeks overall, Nov 27) (#142 / #142)
                                                    Eagles, Hotel California (16 weeks, Nov 27) (#131 / #44)
                                                    Aerosmith, Devil’s Got A New Disguise: The Very Best Of Aerosmith (15 weeks, Nov 27) (#132 / #132)
                                                    Billy Joel, The Essential Billy Joel (11 weeks, Nov 27) (#155 / #15)
                                                    Brooks & Dunn, The Greatest Hits Collection (10 weeks, Nov 27) (#124 / #119)
                                                    Future, High Off Life (1 week in Catalog status and 78 weeks overall, Nov 27) (#192 / #192)

                                                    On the Catalog chart:
                                                    Lynyrd Skynyrd, All Time Greatest Hits (36 weeks, Nov 13) (#18 / #2)
                                                    Mac Miller, Swimming (20 weeks, Nov 13) (#18 / #14)
                                                    Eminem, Music To Be Murdered By (12 weeks, Nov 13) (#26 / #26)
                                                    Journey, Journey’s Greatest Hits (203 weeks, Nov 20) (#3 / #1)
                                                    Michael Jackson, The Essential Michael Jackson (14 weeks, Nov 20) (#14 / #1)
                                                    Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour (11 weeks, Nov 20) (#15 / #1)
                                                    Pitbull, Greatest Hits (11 weeks, Nov 20) (#34 / #34)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle (204 weeks, Nov 27) (#2 / #1)
                                                    Michael Jackson, Thriller (83 weeks, Nov 27) (#1 / #1)
                                                    Drake, Views (45 weeks, Nov 27) (#17 / #4)
                                                    Soundtrack, Moana (45 weeks, Nov 27) (#18 / #6)
                                                    Nickelback, The Best Of Nickelback: Volume 1 (26 weeks, Nov 27) (#26 / #11)
                                                    Kanye West, Graduation (17 weeks, Nov 27) (#14 / #14)
                                                    Roddy Ricch, Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial (15 weeks, Nov 27) (#26 / #26)

                                                    In the top 10 of the Catalog chart:
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle (44 weeks, Nov 20) (#3 / #1)
                                                    J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (15 weeks, Nov 20) (#5 / #2)
                                                    Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits (45 weeks, Nov 27) (#2 / #1)
                                                    Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city (18 weeks, Nov 27) (#5 / #1)

                                                    In the catalog sales top 50:
                                                    Mac Miller, Swimming (18 weeks, Nov 6) (#16 / #8)
                                                    Billie Eilish, Dont Smile At Me (19 weeks, Nov 13) (#8 / #8)
                                                    BTS, Map Of The Soul : PERSONA (19 weeks, Nov 13) (#12 / #12)
                                                    Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Greatest Hits (15 weeks, Nov 20) (#23 / #1)
                                                    Wu-Tang Clan, Enter The Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) (13 weeks, Nov 20) (#24 / #19)
                                                    Michael Jackson, Thriller (132 weeks, Nov 27) (#1 / #1)
                                                    AC/DC, Back In Black (62 weeks, Nov 27) (#5 / #1)
                                                    Arctic Monkeys, AM (33 weeks, Nov 27) (#12 / #12)
                                                    Beach Boys, Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys (16 weeks, Nov 27) (#17 / #1)
                                                    Lana Del Rey, Born To Die (16 weeks, Nov 27) (#20 / #3)
                                                    BTS, MAP OF THE SOUL : 7 (13 weeks, Nov 27) (#1 / #1)

                                                    In the catalog sales top 10:
                                                    Fleetwood Mac, Rumours (33 weeks, Nov 6) (#1 / #1)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle (13 weeks, Nov 6) (#3 / #1)
                                                    BTS, MAP OF THE SOUL : 7 (10 weeks, Nov 6) (#1 / #1)

                                                    TOP CATALOG ALBUMS WITH NO TOP 10 WEEKS IN 2021 / NO TOP 10 WEEKS EVER – Numbers in parentheses are overall chart weeks, overall top 10 weeks, weeks on chart in 2021, overall peak position, 2021 peak position, current position. If the top album with no 2021 top 10 weeks is the same as the album with no top 10 weeks overall, only one is shown:
                                                    Catalog Sales:
                                                    (11/6) Olivia Newton-John, Physical (1/0/1/#17/#17/#17)
                                                    (11/13) Michael Buble, Christmas (83/73/3/#1/#12/#12)
                                                    Whitney Houston, I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston (4/0/1/#25/#25/#25)
                                                    (11/20) Pentatonix, The Best Of Pentatonix Christmas (11/5/4/#2/#12/#12)
                                                    Dolly Parton, A Holly Dolly Christmas (2/0/2/#18/#18/#18)
                                                    (11/27) Carrie Underwood, Greatest Hits: Decade #1 (1/0/1/#12/#12/#12)

                                                    Catalog:
                                                    (11/6) Michael Jackson, Thriller (536/94/45/#1/#11/#11)
                                                    Kendrick Lamar, DAMN. (68/0/44/#13/#14/#29)
                                                    (11/13) Michael Jackson, The Essential Michael Jackson (417/96/29/#1/#14/#14)
                                                    Kendrick Lamar, DAMN. (69/0/45/#13/#14/#30)
                                                    (11/20) Kid Cudi, Man On The Moon: The End Of Day (73/0/35/#16/#24/#24)
                                                    (11/27) Journey, Escape (13/1/1/#9/#13/13)
                                                    Creedence Clearwater Revival, Greatest Hits (1/0/1/#14/#14/#14)

                                                    Regards, Miguelito

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