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  • UK OCC Charts: 23rd - 29th September 2022

    full singles and albums charts will be posted in this thread later

    links:
    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/
    https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

    (plenty of other specialist charts also on OCC site)
    Starts
    Fri September 23, 2022
    Ends
    Thu September 29, 2022
    Location
    United Kingdom

  • #2
    https://www.officialcharts.com/chart...mber-1__37444/

    23 September 2022
    BLACKPINK's BORN PINK album sees them make history as first K-pop girl group to hit Number 1

    The South Korean quartet - Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé - mark a huge moment for K-pop with their second studio album
    By Carl Smith
    BLACKPINK today become the first-ever K-pop girl group to achieve a Number 1 on the UK’s Official Albums Chart with BORN PINK.

    The South Korean quartet, comprising Jennie, Jisoo, Lisa and Rosé, claim the UK top spot for the first time with their second LP, having previously peaked at Number 2 with 2020 release The Album. Discover BLACKPINK’s Official most-streamed songs in the UK to date here.

    On BLACKPINK’s chart-topping success, Martin Talbot, Chief Executive, Official Charts Company says:

    “Congratulations to BLACKPINK. Being any kind of chart first is a record which can never be taken away, so for their new album BORN PINK to become the first UK Official Number 1 by a K-pop girl group is a fantastic achievement - and puts them in the record books forever!”



    MORE: See BLACKPINK's full Official Charts history so far

    Suede make a welcome return to the Official Albums Chart this week, as ninth studio LP Autofiction debuts at Number 2 - the band’s highest chart position since 1999. The London-formed rock group, comprising Brett Anderson, Mat Osman, Simon Gilbert, Richard Oakes and Neil Codling, also claim the best-selling album in UK independent record stores this week. Explore Suede’s extensive Official Chart history here.

    Speaking to OfficialCharts.com on the record’s success, Suede’s Brett Anderson says:

    “Releasing a new album with a new label in a new world could have been daunting, but the reaction to Autofiction has been both inspiring and humbling. We’d like to say thank you to fans old and new, and are so delighted that the feelings we’ve expressed through the emotional process of making this album have resonated with so many people.”


    MORE: Explore Rina Sawayama's Official Charts history so far


    Japanese-British singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama scores a career best with second studio album Hold The Girl today (3). Rina’s 2020 critically-acclaimed debut, SAWAYAMA, peaked at Number 80. Hold The Girl is also the most popular vinyl release of the week, topping the Official Vinyl Albums Chart.

    At Number 4, Mumford & Sons frontman Marcus Mumford claims his first-ever solo Top 5 album with (self-titled). It becomes the British-American singer-songwriter’s fifth Top 5 LP across his career.

    Meanwhile, psychedelic rockers Pink Floyd see their 1977 record Animals return to the Top 5 thanks to a long-awaited reissue; Animals (2018 Remix) (5). The album peaked at Number 2 upon its original release. Animals also places at Number 3 on this week’s Official Vinyl Albums Chart.

    And finally, Illinois export Lissie scores her fifth Top 40 album to date with Carving Canyons (30). The singer-songwriter, born Elisabeth Corrin Marcus, previously enjoyed success with 2010 debut Catching A Tiger (12), 2013’s Back To Forever (16), 2016 release My Wild West (16) and 2018 LP Castles (9).
    See this week's Official Albums Chart Top 100 here from 5.45pm.

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    • #3
      Music Week: Singles
      by Alan Jones

      Dance music returns to the top of the singles chart, with David Guetta & Bebe Rexha’s I’m Good (Blue) (2-1, 50,988 sales), wresting control from Lewis Capaldi’s Forget Me, which debuted at No.1 last week, ending a 10-week period of supremacy for the genre.

      The first No.1 for both Guetta and the Parlophone label since his Lovers On The Sun collaboration with Sam Martin topped the chart a shade over eight years ago, it is the seventh No.1 in all for 54-year-old Frenchman – more than any other act from continental Europe than ABBA, who have nine – and sold 5,011 digital downloads, with the rest of its consumption from sales-equivalent streams. David Guetta also ranks second among dance acts with most No.1 hits, trailing only Calvin Harris (10). I’m Good (Blue), on the other hand, is the first No.1 for 33-year-old vocalist Bebe Rexha from New York. Her previous highest-charting hit was her first, Take Me Home, a collaboration with Cash Cash that reached No.5 in 2014.

      Forget Me slips to No.2 (46,766 sales) in a Top 10 which admits no newcomers, and is somewhat becalmed with only I’m Good (Blue), James Hype & Miggy DeLa Rosa’s Ferrari (7-6, 24,711 sales) and Chris Brown’s viral hit, Under The Influence reaching new peaks. A fortnight shy of its third birthday, Under The Influence rises for the eighth week in a row since its belated debut at No.63, climbing 9-8 (23,392 sales).

      Former No.1 B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All) holds at No.3 for Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal, with its consumption off for the first time, contracting 3.11% to 45,285 units after 12 straight weeks of growth.

      The rest of the Top 10: I Ain’t Worried (4-4, 34,284 sales) by OneRepublic, Super Freaky Girl (5-5, 29,641 sales) by Nicki Minaj, Not Over Yet (6-7, 24,284 sales) by KSI feat. Tom Grennan, Big City Life (11-9, 21,672 sales) by Luude & Mattafix and Doja (8-10, 21,411 sales) by Central Cee.

      Exiting the Top 10 after three weeks, Hold Me Closer ebbs 10-12 (20,534 sales) for Elton John & Britney Spears.

      The highest of six new entries to the Top 75 is Psycho (No.16, 17,407 sales), the 22nd hit for singer Anne-Marie, and the 25th for rapper Aitch. On Top 20 hits, Anne-Marie leads 11-8.

      South Korean girl group Blackpink’s No.1 album, Born Pink, yields its second and their ninth Top 75 hit in the form of Shut Down, which debuts at No.24 (13,667 sales). Pink Venom - the first hit from the album, which peaked at No.22 four weeks ago – rallies 47-38 (9,374 sales). A third track from the album, Typa Girl, debuts at No.93 (4,837 sales).

      The rest of this week’s Top 75 debuts: Hotel (No.27, 12,190 sales), the introductory hit by 24-year-old Christian artist Montell Frazier under the alias Montell Fish, which is not included on his debut album, Jamie, released just nine weeks ago; Danielle (Smile On My Face) (No.61, 6,669 sales), the fifth hit (first solo) by Fred Again; Billie Eilish (82-65, 6,147 sales), the very short (1m 38s) debut hit by American rapper Armani White; and World’s Smallest Violin (79-75, 5,684 sales), the second hit for fraternal New York trio AJR, going viral after 18 months on release, with sales to date of 89,198 units.

      It is a good week for Californian singer and guitarist Steve Lacy, whose first two solo hits both reach new peaks. Bad Habit advances 13-11 (21,094 sales) on its 11th appearance in the chart, while follow-up Static improves 63-59 (6,781 sales) on its second chart appearance.

      There are also new peaks for: For My Hand (22-21, 15,016 sales) by Burna Boy feat. Ed Sheeran, 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready) (34-28, 12,040 sales) by Lizzo, Calm Down (35-32, 11,273 sales) by Rema, LA Leakers Freestyle (42-40, 9,344 sales) by Central Cee, Romantic Homicide (48-46, 8,305 sales) by D4vd, All These Nights (58-51, 7,415 sales) by Tom Grennan, and Sex Drugs Etc (60-54, 7,206 sales) by Beach Weather.

      Fastest riser for the second week in a row is Cuff It, which climbed 58-38 for Beyonce last week, and now jumps to No.20 (15,333 sales). A track from her album Renaissance, it peaked at No.14 on debut seven weeks ago, and this is its highest placing since, thanks to viral support on social media.

      Harry Styles snagged his first two million seller last week, when Watermelon Sugar – which reached No.4 in 2020 – reached the landmark. The track racked up a further 6,736 sales in the latest frame, raising its cumulative consumption to 2,009,975 units. The biggest seller he had with One Direction was 2011 chart-topper What Makes You Beautiful which has to-date consumption of 1,811,431 units.

      Meanwhile, without a song that had achieved consumption of two million to their credit hitherto, Fleetwood Mac have secured three this year, including two in the last fortnight. Their first song to achieve the accolade was 1988 No.4 hit, Everywhere. Tracked by OCC since its digital release at the end of 2005, it passed the 2m. mark 21 weeks ago, and currently stands at 2,167,123. It was joined last week by 1977 No.24 hit Dreams, which has been tracked digitally since OCC started including digital sales in the chart at the end of 2004. It has since achieved consumption of 2,011,022 units. This week, it is the turn of The Chain. From the same album as Dreams – Rumours – and tracked from the same date, it was never a single, though it peaked at No.81 in 2011. It has thus far achieved consumption of 2,000,291 units. Of the 163 tracks that have sales in excess of two million units in the Kantar (Millward Brown) era since 1994 across all forms of consumption, the only acts to have more than Fleetwood Mac are Ed Sheeran (nine), Justin Bieber (five) Adele (four) and Lewis Capaldi (four).

      At the age of 82, Ringo Starr this week becomes the oldest singer to reach No.1 on the CD singles chart. He does so with EP3 – so called as it is the third in his ongoing series of EP releases, after he abandoned the concept of full-length albums – which debuts atop the CD singles chart on sales of 304 copies for The Beatles’ drummer. OCC credit the disc as World Go Round, the title of its lead track.

      Singles consumption is down 2.07% week-on-week at 22,898,349 units, 1.55% above same week 2021 consumption of 22,549,669 units. Paid-for sales are down 5.73% week-on-week at 273,046 – 25.52% below same week 2021 sales of 366,591.

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      • #4
        Music Week: Albums
        by Alan Jones

        The balance of power at the top of the album chart this week shifts from the West Midlands to East Asia, with South Korean girl group Blackpink’s Born Pink taking pole position and Japanese-born singer/songwriter Rina Sawayama at No.3.

        Although only two of their four members were born there – the others are from Thailand and New Zealand, the latter being of Korean descent – Blackpink identify as South Korean, and are only the second act from the country to have a UK No.1 album, the others being their K-Pop compatriots BTS, who have two chart toppers to their credit. Only two other No.1 album acts were born in Asia - Cliff Richard and Engelbert Humperdinck (both born in India).

        Securing first week consumption of 20,957 units – 11,640 CDs, 5,067 cassettes, 839 digital downloads and 3,411 sales-equivalent streams – Born Pink is Blackpink’s third album chart entry, following 2019’s Kill This Love, which peaked at No.40, and the following year’s The Album, which debuted and peaked at No.2 (behind Queen & Adam Lambert’s Live Around The World) on consumption of 19,310 units. Kill This Love was officially an EP with five songs and 19 minutes of music. The Album and Born Pink are both albums – but barely, with each comprising eight songs and 24 minutes playing time. In fact, the total duration of all three added together comes to less than the standard version of Robbie Williams’ outgoing No.1, XXV. The 111th No.1 album of the 2020s, Born Pink is only the second by an all-female group, following sister act Haim’s 2020 topper Women In Music Part III.

        Arriving exactly four years after their last album, The Blue Hour, which debuted and peaked at No.5 (10,986 sales), alt-rockers Suede’s ninth studio album Autofiction (No.2, 14,038 sales) is also their ninth Top 10 album and highest charting set since 1999 when Head Music became their third and last No.1

        Born in the city of Niigata in Japan but resident in the UK for all but five of her 32 years, Rina Sawayama earned rave reviews for her 2020 debut album Sawayama, which has achieved to-date consumption of 30,990 units while never venturing above No.80 on the chart. Follow-up Hold The Girl – featuring 13 new songs, all of which she co-wrote – makes a significantly bigger splash debuting at No.3 (13,961 sales) on the overall chart while topping the vinyl rankings (7,148 sales). It is the highest-charting album by a Japanese act, surpassing the No.15 peak of Babymetal’s 2016 second album, Metal Resistance. A trio comprising Suzuka Nakamoto (18) and 16-year-olds Yui Mizuno and Moa Kikuchi, Babymetal were also the highest charting girl group from Asia before Blackpink happened along.

        Completing an all-new top four – the first for 19 weeks – Mumford & Sons’ guitarist and lead singer Marcus Mumford’s first solo album, (self-titled) debuts at No.4 (11,282 sales). All four Mumford & Sons studio albums made the top two.

        No.2 for three weeks on original release in 1977 behind instrumental leviathans The Shadows’ 20 Golden Greats compilation, Pink Floyd’s 10th studio album, Animals, is back in the chart for the first time in over 45 years, re-entering at No.5 (7,183 sales), after the release of a newly remixed and remastered edition in multiple formats.

        Descending to its lowest position yet on its 18th appearance in the chart, Harry’s House dips 3-6 (6,680 sales) for Harry Styles. That being said, it is the only one of last week’s historic first-ever all West Midlands top three to continue in the Top 10, with Robbie Williams’ XXV diving 1-18 (3,342 sales) and Ozzy Osbourne’s Patient Number 9 sliding 2-32 (2,228 sales). None of Williams’ 13 previous solo No.1 albums has fallen more than five notches from the summit previously.

        The rest of this week’s Top 10: The Highlights (6-7, 5,430 sales) by The Weeknd, = (7-8, 4,800 sales) by Ed Sheeran, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (9-9, 4,187 sales) by Lewis Capaldi and AM (8-10, 4,160 sales) by Arctic Monkeys.

        The rest of this week’s Top 10 exits: Renaissance (10-13, 3,727 sales) by Beyonce and, falling out of the Top 200 after ranking fourth and fifth last week, Know Your Enemy (462 sales) by Manic Street Preachers and How Will I Know If Heaven Will Find Me? (536 sales) by The Amazons.

        Her first four albums all made the Top 20 but Lissie – American singer/songwriter Elisabeth Maurus – misses the cut with fifth album, Carving Canyons, debuting at No.30 (2,307 sales).

        A 16th anniversary edition of The Stranglers’ 16th studio album – the aptly-titled Suite XVI – belatedly becomes their 24th Top 75 album (No.45, 2,203 sales), having peaked at No.89 when first released in 2006.

        Also new to the Top 75 are: Girl Of My Dreams (No.44, 1,922 sales), the introductory album by 28-year-old American singer/songwriter (Cari) Fletcher; At The Royal Albert Hall (No.50, 1,815 sales), the long-awaited release of Creedence Clearwater Revival’s classic 1970 concert, delivering their ninth chart album; and Dentures Out (No.59, 1,643 sales), the 12th studio album and 13th chart entry by The Proclaimers.

        Securing its 28th week in total atop the compilation chart since it was dropped from the artist album chart at the start of 2020, The Greatest Showman soundtrack’s 3-1 move on the list comes despite consumption of just 1,922 units – 93 CDs, 32 vinyl albums, 33 digital downloads and 1,764 sales-equivalent streams - its second lowest tally since just before it went nuclear with the release of the film 249 weeks ago. With overall consumption of 2,587,228 copies since its 2017 release, the album also spent 28 weeks at No.1 on the artist album chart. It was last No.1 on the compilation chart eight weeks ago.

        Overall album sales are down 2.48% week-on-week at 1,857,916 – their lowest level for 38 weeks, but 7.18% above same week 2021 sales of 1,733,374. Physical product accounts for 276,626 sales, 14.89% of the total.

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        • #5
          Official Singles Chart Top 100
          23 September 2022 - 29 September 2022


          The Official UK Top 100 chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl, audio and video streams.

          https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/singles-chart/

          1 2 4* David Guetta ft Bebe Rexha ~ I'm Good (Blue)
          2 1 2 Lewis Capaldi ~ Forget Me
          3 3 9 Eliza Rose and Interplanetary Criminal ~ B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)
          4 4 17 OneRepublic ~ I Ain't Worried
          5 5 6 Nicki Minaj ~ Super Freaky Girl
          6 7 15 James Hype ft Miggy Dela Rosa ~ Ferrari
          7 6 7 KSI ft Tom Grennan ~ Not Over Yet
          8 9 9 Chris Brown ~ Under The Influence
          9 11 13 Luude and Mattafix ~ Big City Life
          10 8 9 Central Cee ~ Doja
          11 13 11 Steve Lacy ~ Bad Habit
          12 10 4 Elton John and Britney Spears ~ Hold Me Closer
          13 12 24 David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson ~ Crazy What Love Can Do
          14 15 5 Aitch and Ed Sheeran ~ My G
          15 14 18 Harry Styles ~ Late Night Talking
          16 NE 1 Anne-Marie and Aitch ~ Psycho
          17 16 62 Tom Odell ~ Another Love
          18 18 21 Bru-C ~ No Excuses
          19 17 17 LF System ~ Afraid To Feel ***
          20 38 8 Beyoncé ~ Cuff It
          21 22 11 Burna Boy ft Ed Sheeran ~ For My Hand
          22 23 11 Rosa Linn ~ Snap
          23 20 7 Joel Corry and Becky Hill ~ History
          24 NE 1 Blackpink ~ Shut Down
          25 24 10 Oxlade ~ Ku Lo Sa - A Colors Show
          26 21 25 Harry Styles ~ As It Was ***
          27 NE 1 Montell Fish ~ Hotel
          28 34 10 Lizzo ~ 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready?)
          29 26 19 Burna Boy ~ Last Last ***
          30 25 34 Kate Bush ~ Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God) ***
          31 28 19 Cian Ducrot (and Ella Henderson) ~ All For You
          32 35 4 Rema (and Selena Gomez) ~ Calm Down
          33 27 22 George Ezra ~ Green Green Grass ***
          34 31 18 Nicky Youre and Dazy ~ Sunroof
          35 29 6 Ghost ~ Mary On A Cross
          36 30 8 Fred Again.. and Swedish House Mafia ft Future ~ Turn On The Lights Again..
          37 33 14 Beyoncé ~ Break My Soul ***
          38 47 5 Blackpink ~ Pink Venom
          39 32 12 Tiësto and Charli XCX ~ Hot In It
          40 42 2 Central Cee ~ LA Leakers Freestyle

          41 40 6 Seafret ~ Atlantis
          42 41 7 Jax ~ Victoria's Secret
          43 37 14 Alesso and Zara Larsson ~ Words
          44 36 53 Becky Hill and David Guetta ~ Remember
          45 39 4 Bugzy Malone and Mist ~ Energy
          46 48 2 D4vd ~ Romantic Homicide
          47 43 61 Ed Sheeran ~ Bad Habits ***
          48 44 97 Glass Animals ~ Heat Waves ***
          49 49 7 Harry Styles ~ Matilda
          50 61 3 Dermot Kennedy ~ Kiss Me
          51 58 7 Tom Grennan ~ All These Nights
          52 45 27 Tom Grennan ~ Remind Me
          53 50 36 Cat Burns ~ Go ***
          54 60 2 Beach Weather ~ Sex, Drugs, Etc.
          55 54 54 Ed Sheeran ~ Shivers ***
          56 51 18 Sigala ft Talia Mar ~ Stay The Night ***
          57 19 10 Calvin Harris ft Justin Timberlake, Halsey and Pharrell ~ Stay With Me ***
          58 52 23 Lizzo ~ About Damn Time ***
          59 63 3 Steve Lacy ~ Static
          60 53 21 Nathan Dawe ft Ella Henderson ~ 21 Reasons ***
          61 NE 1 Fred Again.. ~ Danielle (Smile On My Face)
          62 46 7 DJ Khaled ft Drake and Lil Baby ~ Staying Alive
          63 57 62 Sam Fender ~ Seventeen Going Under ***
          64 62 8 Alok, Ella Eyre and Kenny Dope ft Never Dull ~ Deep Down
          65 82 3 Armani White ~ Billie Eilish
          66 64 19 Tion Wayne ft La Roux ~ IFTK ***
          67 55 13 Sam Fender ~ Getting Started
          68 59 3 The 1975 ~ I'm In Love With You
          69 66 8 Jae5 ft Dave and Bnxn ~ Propeller
          70 67 333 The Killers ~ Mr Brightside ***
          71 80 8 Bad Boy Chiller Crew ~ When It Rains, It Pours
          72 65 3 Sigala, David Guetta and Sam Ryder ~ Living Without You
          73 68 21 Future ft Drake and Tems ~ Wait For U ***
          74 71 17 Declan McKenna ~ Brazil
          75 79 5 AJR ~ World's Smallest Violin

          76 75 171 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
          77 56 4 Arctic Monkeys ~ There'd Better Be A Mirrorball
          78 69 7 Headie One, Abra Cadabra and Bandokay ~ Can't Be Us
          79 96 12 The Neighbourhood ~ Sweater Weather ***
          80 70 58 Elton John and Dua Lipa ~ Cold Heart ***
          81 RE 4 Caity Baser ~ X&Y
          82 84 6 Arctic Monkeys ~ 505 ***
          83 83 9 Meduza and James Carter ft Elley Duhé and Fast Boy ~ Bad Memories
          84 87 2 Zach Bryan ~ Something In the Orange
          85 78 8 Lauren Spencer-Smith ~ Narcissist
          86 74 30 Coldplay ~ Yellow ***
          87 73 8 Beyoncé ~ Alien Superstar
          88 NE 1 Disco Lines ~ Baby Girl
          89 91 69 Arctic Monkeys ~ Do I Wanna Know? ***
          90 72 4 Lil Tjay ~ Beat the Odds
          91 77 50 Lost Frequencies ft Calum Scott ~ Where Are You Now? ***
          92 88 41 Fireboy DML and Ed Sheeran ~ Peru ***
          93 NE 1 Blackpink ~ Typa Girl
          94 92 29 Dave ~ Starlight ***
          95 97 85 The Weeknd (ft Ariana Grande) ~ Save Your Tears ***
          96 98 5 Imagine Dragons ~ Bones
          97 93 7 Kordhell ~ Murder In My Mind
          98 NE 1 WizKid ~ Bad To Me
          99 86 38 Belters Only and Jazzy ~ Make Me Feel Good ***
          100 RE 5 Stephen Sanchez ~ Until I Found You


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          Official Albums Chart Top 100
          23 September 2022 - 29 September 2022


          The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

          https://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

          1 NE 1* Blackpink ~ Born Pink
          2 NE 1 Suede ~ Autofiction
          3 NE 1 Rina Sawayama ~ Hold The Girl
          4 NE 1 Marcus Mumford ~ (Self-Titled)

          5 RE 36 Pink Floyd ~ Animals ****
          2018 Remix released
          6 3 18 Harry Styles ~ Harry's House
          7 6 85 The Weeknd ~ The Highlights
          8 7 47 Ed Sheeran ~ =
          9 9 175 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
          10 8 471 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
          11 11 1064 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
          12 12 532 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
          13 10 8 Beyoncé ~ Renaissance
          14 15 70 Olivia Rodrigo ~ Sour
          15 17 472 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
          16 14 201 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
          17 13 1016 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
          18 1 2 Robbie Williams ~ XXV
          19 16 155 Elvis Presley ~ Elv1s: 30 Number 1 Hits
          20 18 254 Elton John ~ Diamonds
          21 20 290 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
          22 19 39 Becky Hill ~ Only Honest On The Weekend
          23 21 45 Little Mix ~ Between Us
          24 23 7 Eminem ~ Curtain Call 2
          25 28 113 Taylor Swift ~ Folklore
          26 30 559 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
          27 24 145 Harry Styles ~ Fine Line
          28 26 566 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
          29 22 2 Asake ~ Mr Money With The Vibe
          30 NE 1 Lissie ~ Carving Canyons
          31 32 959 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
          32 2 2 Ozzy Osbourne ~ Patient Number 9
          33 36 15 George Ezra ~ Gold Rush Kid
          34 31 410 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
          35 37 269 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
          36 27 475 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
          37 34 1048 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
          38 29 50 Sam Fender ~ Seventeen Going Under
          39 42 305 David Bowie ~ Legacy
          40 39 144 Taylor Swift ~ Lover

          41 40 55 Drake ~ Certified Lover Boy
          42 38 61 Dave ~ We're All Alone In This Together
          43 44 15 XXXTentacion ~ Look At Me: The Album
          44 NE 1 Fletcher ~ Girl Of My Dreams
          45 RE 2 The Stranglers ~ Suite XVI ****
          deluxe release of 2006 album (16th anniversary of 16th release)
          46 41 385 The Beatles ~ 1
          47 49 66 Whitney Houston ~ I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston
          48 45 260 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
          49 43 27 ArrDee ~ Pier Pressure [mixtape]
          50 NE 1 Creedence Clearwater Revival ~ At The Royal Albert Hall, April 14, 1970 (live)
          51 48 67 50 Cent ~ Best Of 50 Cent
          52 54 283 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
          53 47 60 Billie Eilish ~ Happier Than Ever
          54 51 406 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
          55 61 116 Pop Smoke ~ Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon
          56 64 84 The Weeknd ~ Starboy
          57 53 130 Dua Lipa ~ Future Nostalgia
          58 66 164 Lana Del Rey ~ Born To Die
          59 NE 1 The Proclaimers ~ Dentures Out
          60 65 167 Billy Joel ~ Piano Man: The Very Best Of Billy Joel
          61 60 11 Burna Boy ~ Love, Damini
          62 63 277 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
          63 75 455 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
          64 59 322 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
          65 62 65 Doja Cat ~ Planet Her
          66 50 5 Madonna ~ Finally Enough Love
          67 77 260 Bruno Mars ~ Doo-Wops & Hooligans
          68 67 44 D-Block Europe ~ Home Alone 2 [mixtape]
          69 46 31 The Smiths ~ The Sound Of The Smiths
          70 80 76 Taylor Swift ~ Evermore
          71 73 182 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
          72 84 247 Katy Perry ~ Teenage Dream
          73 35 4 Muse ~ Will Of The People
          74 83 37 Taylor Swift ~ Red (Taylor's Version)
          75 70 181 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band

          76 72 80 Arctic Monkeys ~ Favourite Worst Nightmare
          77 69 279 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
          78 NE 1 Turin Brakes ~ Wide-Eyed Nowhere
          79 81 4 Nicki Minaj ~ Queen Radio: Volume 1
          80 NE 1 Status Quo ~ Quo'ing In - The Best Of The Noughties
          81 88 187 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
          82 52 99 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
          83 79 79 Taylor Swift ~ Reputation
          84 82 258 Adele ~ 25
          85 85 19 Kendrick Lamar ~ Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers
          86 89 409 Nirvana ~ Nevermind
          87 86 118 50 Cent ~ Get Rich Or Die Tryin'
          88 90 123 Harry Styles ~ Harry Styles
          89 NE 1 Death Cab For Cutie ~ Asphalt Meadows
          90 99 213 Lady Gaga ~ The Fame / The Fame Monster
          91 95 44 Adele ~ 30
          92 96 428 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
          93 100 54 Kanye West ~ Graduation
          94 87 151 Becky Hill ~ Get To Know
          95 94 333 Adele ~ 21
          96 93 74 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
          97 98 196 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
          98 97 161 Dave ~ Psychodrama
          99 RE 57 Nirvana ~ Nirvana
          100 RE 86 Eminem ~ The Eminem Show



          here's the video streaming chart
          here's the overall streaming chart

          Source: OCC / Radio 1

          Text source: BuzzJack (edited and refined by your host)

          *Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
          **Complete total of all entries in brackets.
          ***ACR affected tracks.
          ****Notes on special re-entries or other trivia.

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          • #6
            So unfortunately there appears to be error in the reported sales so depending on what is correct, the no.1 compilation, The Greatest Showman OST is either at equal 44 in overall sales (if those for Fletcher are correct) or between 45 and 50 (if those for The Stranglers are correct).

            I believe that Crazy What Love Can Do, No Excuses, Hot In It and Remind Me have now gone to ACR. Late Night Talking, Turn on the Lights Again and Propeller are probably on DCL-2, while B.O.T.A, Ferrari, Not Over Yet, Doja, History, Ku Lo Sa, Words, Remember, Matilda, Staying Alive and Can't Be Us are all probably DCL-1. While I Ain't Worried did decrease it was a smaller decrease than the market decline and so is almost certainly still SCR.

            Probable Top 20 without ACR
            01 David Guetta & Bebe Rexha - I'm Good (Blue)
            02 Lewis Capaldi - Forget Me
            03 Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal - B.O.T.A. (Baddest of Them All)
            04 OneRepublic - I Ain't Worried
            05 LF System - Afraid To Feel
            06 Nicki Minaj - Super Freaky Girl
            07 Harry Styles - As It Was
            08 James Hype & Miggy Dela Rosa - Ferrari
            09 KSI feat. Tom Grennan - Not Over Yet
            10 Chris Brown - Under the Influence
            11 Burna Boy - Last Last
            12 Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)
            13 Luude & Mattafix - Big City Life
            14 Central Cee - Doja
            15 George Ezra - Green Green Grass
            16 Steve Lacy - Bad Habit
            17 Elton John & Britney Spears - Hold Me Closer
            18 David Guetta, Becky Hill and Ella Henderson- Crazy What Love Can Do
            19 Beyoncé ~ Break My Soul
            20 Aitch and Ed Sheeran - My G

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            • #7
              Wait, Aitch has had 25 hits?! I only remember that one about getting the bus.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by SholasBoy View Post
                Wait, Aitch has had 25 hits?! I only remember that one about getting the bus.
                28 in the region 1-100. 25 yes in the Top 75. Total weeks is 212 - entry 16 May 2019.
                Entry Title Weeks Peak Full Artist
                16.05.2019 On The Way Home Doing Bits DL: UKNGT1900003 3 73 Jaykae & Aitch featuring Bowzer Boss
                20.06.2019 Strike A Pose Black Butter DL: GBARL1900666 27 9 Young T & Bugsey featuring Aitch
                04.07.2019 Kilos B Somebody DL: UKJM21900003 9 20 Bugzy Malone featuring Aitch
                15.08.2019 Taste (Make It Shake) Since 93 DL: GB1101900928 19 2 Aitch
                22.08.2019 Daily Duppy Since 93 DL: GBARL1801664 1 99 Aitch featuring GRM Daily
                19.09.2019 Buss Down Since 93 DL: GB1101901175 17 8 Aitch featuring ZieZie
                19.09.2019 Already Since 93 DL: GBARL1900920 2 43 Aitch featuring Tyreezy
                05.12.2019 French Kisses Since 93/RCA DL: GBARL1901243 10 35 ZieZie featuring Aitch
                30.01.2020 Ei8ht Mile Since 93/Columbia DL: GBARL1901421 9 9 DigDat featuring Aitch
                05.03.2020 Mice NQ DL: GB2DY2000044 3 34 Aitch
                19.03.2020 Rain NQ DL: GB2DY2000067 24 3 Aitch x AJ Tracey featuring Tay Keith
                04.06.2020 Raw NQ DL: GB2DY2000270 2 57 Aitch
                11.06.2020 30 NQ DL: GB2DY2000274 4 36 Aitch
                09.07.2020 Ride & Clutch, Pt. 2 Virgin EMI DL: GBUM72002792 2 53 Tana, Unknown T, Aitch, M1llionz & JB Scofield
                03.09.2020 Safe To Say NQ DL: GB2DY2000271 4 56 Aitch
                15.10.2020 UFO D-Block Europe DL: GB2DY2000563 10 11 D-Block Europe & Aitch
                22.10.2020 Parlez-Vous Anglais Relentless DL: GBARL2001158 1 24 Headie One featuring Aitch
                10.06.2021 House & Garage Since 93 DL: GB1102100851 5 46 Morrisson featuring Aitch
                08.07.2021 Learning Curve Capitol DL: GBUM72102587 6 27 Aitch
                26.08.2021 GSD Capitol DL: GBUM72105084 1 52 Aitch
                07.10.2021 Party Round My Place Capitol DL: GB2DY2000718 2 56 Aitch featuring Avelino
                28.10.2021 Bad Warner DL: GBAHT2100881 1 82 Pa Salieu featuring Aitch
                17.02.2022 War Island DL: GBUM72200432 9 6 ArrDee & Aitch
                24.03.2022 Baby Capitol DL: GBUV72200245 24 2 Aitch & Ashanti
                12.05.2022 Just Coz NQ DL: GB2DY2200404 3 42 Aitch & Giggs
                02.06.2022 1989 Capitol DL: GBUM72202737 8 23 Aitch
                01.09.2022 My G Asylum/Capitol DL: GBUM72203157 5 6 Aitch & Ed Sheeran
                29.09.2022 Psycho Atlantic DL: GBAHS2201059 1 16 Anne-Marie x Aitch
                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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                • #9
                  Oh yeah, the one with Ashanti. But otherwise, unacceptable! I hope there is a reform in the charts soon.
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                  • #10
                    Album sales

                    A 16th anniversary edition of The Stranglers’ 16th studio album – the aptly-titled Suite XVI – belatedly becomes their 24th Top 75 album (No.45, 2,203 sales).

                    Also new to the Top 75 are: Girl Of My Dreams (No.44, 1,922 sales)

                    That can't be correct. No. 45 should be fewer than no. 44.

                    Does anyone know the correct figure? I suggest 1,903.

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                    • #11
                      Or, could it be that Alan has mistakenly only cited a portion of the full unit total for the No 44 album - i.e. just the number of physical copies purchased and omitted the remainder of digital sales and streaming-equivalents? It all depends on how he receives the raw data; if it's presented in say columns showing total overall units, physical sales, digital sales, digital equivalent streams etc for each title, it must be quite easy to just quote one of the breakdown totals instead of the actual one by accident.

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                      • #12
                        But look at all the sales that were given.

                        30 2,307 Lissie - Carving Canyons
                        32 2,228 Ozzy Osbourne - Patient Number 9
                        44 1,922 FLETCHER - Girl of My Dreams
                        45 2,203 The Stranglers - Suite XVI
                        50 1,815 Creedence Clearwater Revival - At The Royal Albert Hall
                        59 1,643 The Proclaimers - Dentures Out

                        No. 45 is definitely out of sync with the rest.
                        It should be between 1,922 and 1,815. I suggest 1,903.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Gambo View Post
                          Or, could it be that Alan has mistakenly only cited a portion of the full unit total for the No 44 album - i.e. just the number of physical copies purchased and omitted the remainder of digital sales and streaming-equivalents? It all depends on how he receives the raw data; if it's presented in say columns showing total overall units, physical sales, digital sales, digital equivalent streams etc for each title, it must be quite easy to just quote one of the breakdown totals instead of the actual one by accident.
                          While possible, I doubt that the no.21 in sales sold 1,922 (the Stranglers are at 9 and so 'a lot' higher; same for physical - 21 and 8; Stranglers do not appear in downloads chart, Fletcher at 23 (Stranglers are 6 in vinyl, Fletcher at 22). Neither appear in the top 100 streaming albums...... It's also interesting that 1,922 is the sales quoted for the no.1 compilation (The Greatest Showman OST) - did he confuse them or are they the same?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by brian05 View Post
                            But look at all the sales that were given.

                            30 2,307 Lissie - Carving Canyons
                            32 2,228 Ozzy Osbourne - Patient Number 9
                            44 1,922 FLETCHER - Girl of My Dreams
                            45 2,203 The Stranglers - Suite XVI
                            50 1,815 Creedence Clearwater Revival - At The Royal Albert Hall
                            59 1,643 The Proclaimers - Dentures Out

                            No. 45 is definitely out of sync with the rest.
                            It should be between 1,922 and 1,815. I suggest 1,903.
                            Also looking at it like this, it is clear that the first 22 for The Stranglers may have come from the last 2 digits for FLETCHER....

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                            • #15
                              Is it possible that he's got the sales of numbers 44 and 45 mixed up and they are the wrong way around?

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                              • #16
                                Originally posted by Robbie View Post
                                Is it possible that he's got the sales of numbers 44 and 45 mixed up and they are the wrong way around?
                                15 sales separating number 32 and number 44 does seem a little small but I guess it is always possible that there is a difference of 1 or 2 sales for each position (or percentages of sales due to streaming).

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                                • #17
                                  Originally posted by braindeadpj View Post

                                  15 sales separating number 32 and number 44 does seem a little small but I guess it is always possible that there is a difference of 1 or 2 sales for each position (or percentages of sales due to streaming).
                                  Thinking about it, it would be unlikely that sales were so close between numbers 32 and 44 and then fall away rapidly from number 45 onward.

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                                  • #18
                                    Still think my suggestion of 1,903 is the best solution.

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