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  • The swedish singles charts has now 100 positions, plus there's a new heatseeker chart and a chart for swedish acts

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    • Originally posted by Tansike
      The swedish singles charts has now 100 positions, plus there's a new heatseeker chart and a chart for swedish acts
      Thanks for the heads-up!
      trebor's - 2016 in Country Music
      trebor's - 2015 in Country Music

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      • Originally posted by Tansike
        The swedish singles charts has now 100 positions, plus there's a new heatseeker chart and a chart for swedish acts

        And why do they have enlarge the singles chart????

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        • Originally posted by Tansike
          The swedish singles charts has now 100 positions, plus there's a new heatseeker chart and a chart for swedish acts
          And Vinyl!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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          • Any links?

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            • http://www.hitlistan.se/
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              • Originally posted by ICELANDIC
                Originally posted by Tansike
                The swedish singles charts has now 100 positions, plus there's a new heatseeker chart and a chart for swedish acts

                And why do they have enlarge the singles chart????
                They don't have to do anything but isn't it great that they extended it? I am personally very happy.
                I suppose streaming volumes have risen so significantly that a Top 100 will become a minimum for an average market.
                Spain has also gone this way and Norway expanded their Top 20 into a Top 40 last year so it's now up to Switzerland to come back to the Top 100 format.

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                • Where can find end of year charts 2014 from these 3 countries??

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                  • Originally posted by ICELANDIC
                    Where can find end of year charts 2014 from these 3 countries??
                    Finnish year end singles chart 50% downloads, 50% streams, based on chart positions:
                    http://listablogi.blogspot.fi/2015/01/s ... -2014.html

                    Finnish year end airplay chart, based on impression points in the Radio Monitor Top 40:
                    http://listablogi.blogspot.fi/2014/12/s ... -2014.html

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                    • Do you have an archive from 1990?
                      thanks

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                      • Originally posted by pohatta
                        Originally posted by ICELANDIC
                        Where can find end of year charts 2014 from these 3 countries??
                        Finnish year end singles chart 50% downloads, 50% streams, based on chart positions:
                        http://listablogi.blogspot.fi/2015/01/s ... -2014.html

                        Finnish year end airplay chart, based on impression points in the Radio Monitor Top 40:
                        http://listablogi.blogspot.fi/2014/12/s ... -2014.html
                        How is possible Pharrel w. is number one EOY chart (2014) when his peak was number 7!!
                        and others like David guetta ARE OUT OF TOP 10 when he spent too many weks on the top ????

                        When will we se certifications in this country??

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                        • Originally posted by ICELANDIC
                          Where can find end of year charts 2014 from these 3 countries??
                          Yes, that's strange, no albums year-end from those countries
                          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                          • Does anyone know the chart run or peak position in finnish charts of KATRI HELENA- "NUORUUS ON SEIKKAILU"?? back in the 70's

                            Thanks in advance

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                            • Originally posted by ICELANDIC
                              Does anyone know the chart run or peak position in finnish charts of KATRI HELENA- "NUORUUS ON SEIKKAILU"?? back in the 70's

                              Thanks in advance
                              According to the charts compiled by Timo Pennanen for Pomus, it debuted in June 1973 and peaked at #15.

                              Full chart run: 19-22-15-15-29

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                              • Swedish year-end charts now on line:
                                http://www.hitlistan.se/ -->SÖK ALLA LISTOR-->ARSLISTOR
                                Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                • Does anyone know where can I read the Swedish singles charts before the 1975????

                                  thanks in advance

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                                  • Swedish album sales in 2014 - 3,895,000

                                    2010 - 13,082,000
                                    2011 - 9,910,000
                                    2012 - 8,440,000
                                    2013 - 5,795,000
                                    2014 - 3,895,000

                                    My God...

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                                    • www.hitsallertijden.nl/charts/swedish%2 ... 0index.htm
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                                      • Originally posted by floria
                                        Swedish album sales in 2014 - 3,895,000

                                        2010 - 13,082,000
                                        2011 - 9,910,000
                                        2012 - 8,440,000
                                        2013 - 5,795,000
                                        2014 - 3,895,000

                                        My God...
                                        big big drop.....what happened? Did not Avicci help to increase the numbers??

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                                        • and
                                          ultimate60s.com/chart/kvt
                                          Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                          • You are great borderwolf as usual!!!

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                                            • Swedish charts appear to have been compiled even before 1962. Billboard published a Swedish top 20 as early as June 5, 1961. For about a year, they used a chart compiled by a magazine called "Show Business". It is very difficult to find any information about these charts or even the magazine, apart from the fact that it was a music magazine published from 1958 until 1968. Based on a quick look at the charts, I would say that they appear to be sales-based.

                                              You can see a few of the Show Business charts here:
                                              https://www.google.fi/search?tbm=bks&hl ... z9UIGOgqAL

                                              It appears that there was also a competing chart for Kvällstoppen a few years later, as Billboard's top 10 charts don't match them exactly. I'm not sure if these charts were compiled by Show Business or someone else. I haven't done much research on Swedish charts so someone else might have more information.

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                                              • About Kvällstoppen
                                                http://ultimate60s.com/chart/kvt

                                                The show, Kvällstoppen, aired the first time on July 10, 1962.

                                                Just like Tio i Topp (Top Ten), it was Swedish Radio's answer to the pirate radio stations that quickly became popular in the early 60's. See also our page on Tio i Topp.

                                                The first host was Klas Burling, who also produced the radio show. He was later replaced by other well-known Swedish radio voices, like Rune Hallberg, Kersti Adams-Ray and Kiki Engerstedt.

                                                The music chart consisted of the top twenty best-selling records in Sweden. Figures were based on sales data from a number of record stores. In the beginning, only about 44 record stores contributed with their sales, but the number of stores was later increased to 360.

                                                In the late sixties, when Long Play albums starting selling more than singles, they also found their way into the charts. September 22, 1969, Kvällstoppen was split into two charts. LP albums had their own list (LP toppen) and the remainder of the regular chart was reduced to top 15. Unfortunately, LP albums could end up on both lists, making this separation superfluous. Swedish radio returned to the old system after one year. On September 29, 1970, only one list was presented, containing the 20 most sold records in Sweden (both albums and singles).

                                                In 1974, when the basic idea of the program was questioned on ideological grounds. As a result, a part of the list was presented in a random order. A year later, in late summer of 1975, the show was cancelled. The last program was aired on August 19, 1975.

                                                A short period in the 70s, Kvällstoppen was replaced by Skivspegeln, but the new show did not have the same impact. After only three years, this show was also discontinued. One of the reasons behind was that public radio should not promote or report the sale of a particular product (like music records).

                                                All the way from 1962 until 1975, the radio show had the same theme song, "The Stripper" by David Rose's orchestra.
                                                Prisoner Of Rock'n'Roll

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                                                • Originally posted by floria
                                                  Swedish album sales in 2014 - 3,895,000

                                                  2010 - 13,082,000
                                                  2011 - 9,910,000
                                                  2012 - 8,440,000
                                                  2013 - 5,795,000
                                                  2014 - 3,895,000

                                                  My God...
                                                  same in norway ...

                                                  http://www.ifpi.no/media/k2/items/cache ... e44_XL.jpg

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                                                  • At least digital sales grew in 2014 in Norway but it's indeed depressing to see the condition of the physical market.

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