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  • #31
    Some of the Norwegian certs are really unbelievable given the respective albums' chart runs .
    On page one, it's said that Sissel Kyrkjebø's Glade jul was sold more than 800k times with this chart run: 11 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 18 / -

    Or Åge Aleksandersen's Eldorado which sold 250k copies with this chart run: 7 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 3 / 3 / 3 / 5 / 8 / 6 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 20 / -

    Were sales really THAT high that an album could be that high on the all-time best-selling list with a relatively moderate chart run?
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    • #32
      Leonard Cohen"s album I"m Your Man sold 180,000, Michael Jackson"s Bad reportedly

      sold 100,000 in the 3 first days of release.

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      • #33
        100k copies sold in just 3 days ? That's the equivalent of 6 mio. in the US... Those numbers are really hard to face with a 2013 point of view!
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        • #34
          Originally posted by Timmy94
          Some of the Norwegian certs are really unbelievable given the respective albums' chart runs .
          On page one, it's said that Sissel Kyrkjebø's Glade jul was sold more than 800k times with this chart run: 11 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 18 / -

          Or Åge Aleksandersen's Eldorado which sold 250k copies with this chart run: 7 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 3 / 3 / 3 / 5 / 8 / 6 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 20 / -

          Were sales really THAT high that an album could be that high on the all-time best-selling list with a relatively moderate chart run?
          Sissel Kyrkjebøs album sales in Norway are staggering > the album Glade Jul(Happy Christmas) is the

          world record holder (Population/sales )..I will post some more numbers in the next day or so.

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          • #35
            Originally posted by Timmy94
            Some of the Norwegian certs are really unbelievable given the respective albums' chart runs .
            On page one, it's said that Sissel Kyrkjebø's Glade jul was sold more than 800k times with this chart run: 11 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 18 / -

            Or Åge Aleksandersen's Eldorado which sold 250k copies with this chart run: 7 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 3 / 3 / 3 / 5 / 8 / 6 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 20 / -

            Were sales really THAT high that an album could be that high on the all-time best-selling list with a relatively moderate chart run?
            Glade Jul sold 500,000 in the first 8 weeks , and 800,000 to date > It also has sold about 150,000 in

            both Sweden and Denmark. Here debut album "Sissel" from 1986 sold 500,000 says Petter Singsaas the Chief

            executive Officer of Universal music Norway

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            • #36
              Originally posted by gjermund
              And oh yes; Smokie, Greatest Hits had passed 200 000 already by the early 1980's......
              Yes, apparently their album was huge in Norway, here some info for this album and for others from the same time period (taken from Billboard Magazine):

              Billboard Magazine July 1, 1978:

              Originally posted by Billboard
              In Norway, to receive awards for record sales, including one for the "Greatest Hits" album which sold 180,000 units here, the biggest seller of all time, topping even Abba, UK band Smokie ran into criticism because of its ban on local photographers.
              Billboard Magazine, September 8, 1979:

              Originally posted by Billboard
              In Norway, Abba's "The Album" sold 200,840 units.
              Billboard Magazine, July 17, 1982

              Originally posted by Billboard
              In the 1978-1979 period, four LPs sold together a total million units in 12 months (nearly 13% of the total industry turnover): the four LPs were the first “Smurf” LP, Abba “The Album” and the OST “Grease” & “Saturday Night Fever”
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              • #37
                Nice articles from Billboard Benny ..In 1998 when then Grease 20th anniversary cd came out,

                they said it has sold 250,000 here in Norway.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by stollar
                  they said it has sold 250,000 here in Norway.
                  Thanks for the info! "ABBA Gold" is another huge seller, there were reports that it eventually reached 350,000 copies during 2008.
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                  • #39
                    Here are Norway's All Time Albums based on the Top 10. It is compiled by a simple
                    Top 10 Inverse Points System - 10 Points for No.1 down to 1 Point for No.10. Each
                    Album's Weekly Top 10 Positions are counted. The Norwegian Album Chart did not
                    start until January 1967.

                    NOTE - The Year shown for each Album is when it first Charted in Norway. For example,
                    'The Sound Of Music' Soundtrack was released in 1965, but it was not able to Chart until
                    January 1967, due to there being no Album Charts before then.....

                    Regarding 'Thriller', by Michael Jackson - The original 1982 Album only reached No.6 in Norway.
                    It spent 4 Weeks at No.6 in 1983. It did not reach No.1 there until 2008, when 'Thriller 25' got to
                    No.1 for 1 Week. The Top 10 Points of the 2 Albums are combined in this List.

                    NORWAY'S TOP 50 ALL TIME ALBUMS - BASED ON THE TOP 10

                    (W/E 6th January 1967 to W/E 8th November 2013)

                    Rank---Points---Title---Artist---Year---Peak Position

                    1)--710--The Best Of Buck Owens - Buck Owens - (1967) - (No.1 - 10 Weeks)

                    2)--605--21 - Adele - (2011) - (No.1 - 13 Weeks)

                    3)--564--Du är den ende - Lill Lindfors - (1967) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    4)--543--Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkel - (1970) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    5)--424--Born In The U.S.A. - Bruce Springsteen - (1984) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    6)--422--The Sound Of Music - Soundtrack - (1967) - (No.1 - 20 Weeks)

                    7)--373--The Best Of Country & Western - Various Artists - (1967) - (No.1 - 14 Weeks)

                    8)--362--Forever And Ever - Demis Roussos - (1974) - (No.1 - 28 Weeks)

                    9)--355--ABBA - ABBA - (1975) - (No.1 - 14 Weeks)

                    10)--335--Greatest Hits - ABBA - (1976) - (No.1 - 1 Week)

                    11)--330--Hotel California - The Eagles - (1976) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    12)--329--Harvest - Neil Young - (1972) - (No.1 - 13 Weeks)

                    13)--320--Vømmøl'n - Vømmøl Spellmannslag - (1974) - (No.2)

                    14)--318--Greatest Hits - Smokie - (1977) - (No.1 - 24 Weeks)

                    15)--309--Grease - Soundtrack - (1978) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    16)--308--The Last Farewell - Roger Whittaker - (1976) - (No.1 - 20 Weeks)

                    17)--302--Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles - (1967) - (No.1 - 22 Weeks)

                    18)--301--Himself - Gilbert O'Sullivan - (1972) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    19)--297--A Little Bit More - Dr. Hook - (1976) - (No.2)

                    20)--293--Hunting High And Low - A-ha - (1985) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    21)--291--Bästa - Sven-Ingvars - (1967) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    22)--289--Eastern Wind - Chris de Burgh - (1980) - (No.1 - 10 Weeks)

                    23)--284--Saturday Night Fever - Soundtrack - (1978) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    24)--282--Arrival - ABBA - (1976) - (No.1 - 20 Weeks)

                    25)--278--Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits - (1985) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    26)--263--Atlantic Crossing - Rod Stewart - (1975) - (No.1 - 7 Weeks)

                    27)--262--Midt om natten - Kim Larsen - (1984) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    28)--258--I Love To Love - Tina Charles - (1976) - (No.1 - 13 Weeks)

                    29)--253--Det året det var så bratt - Øystein Sunde - (1971) - (No.1 - 18 Weeks)

                    30)--252--The River - Bruce Springsteen - (1980) - (No.1 - 6 Weeks)

                    31)--248--Tusen Bitar - Björn Afzelius - (1990) - (No.1 - 15 Weeks)

                    32)--246--Abbey Road - The Beatles - (1969) - (No.1 - 21 Weeks)

                    33)--245--I'm Your Man - Leonard Cohen - (1988) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    34)--244--Pendulum - Creedence Clearwater Revival - (1970) - (No.1 - 7 Weeks)

                    35)--243--The Wall - Pink Floyd - (1979) - (No.1 - 22 Weeks)

                    36)=--239--Willy And The Poor Boys - Creedence Clearwater Revival - (1970) - (No.2)
                    36)=--239--Cosmo's Factory - Creedence Clearwater Revival - (1970) - (No.1 - 18 Weeks)

                    38)--236--Du ska få en dag i mårå - Alf Prøysen - (1971) - (No.2)

                    39)--235--Imagine - John Lennon - (1971) - (No.1 - 2 Weeks)

                    40)--223--Come On Over - Shania Twain - (1998) - (No.1 - 6 Weeks)

                    41)--221--Teaser And The Firecat - Cat Stevens - (1971) - (No.2)

                    42)=--220--Gold - ABBA - (1992) - (No.1 - 3 Weeks)
                    42)=--220--Solidarity Breaks - Bern/hoft - (2011) - (No.1 - 7 Weeks)
                    42)=--220--Goats Head Soup - Rolling Stones - (1973) - (No.1 - 7 Weeks)

                    45)--217--We Shall Overcome - The Seeger Sessions - Bruce Springsteen - (2006) - (No.1 - 6 Weeks)

                    46)--216--Take The Heat Off Me - Boney M - (1976) - (No.2)

                    47)--214--Ballade pour Adeline - Richard Clayderman - (1979) - (No.2)

                    48)=--208--Ole Ivars - Ole Ivars - (1968) - (No.1 - 7 Weeks)
                    48)=--208--Bacarra - Bacarra - (1977) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    50)--207--1962 - 1966 (The Red Album) - The Beatles - (1973) - (No.1 - 13 Weeks)

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                    This 2nd List is based on the Norwegian Top 40. Each Album has had all of its Weekly Top 40
                    Positions given Points. It is an Inverse Top 40 Points System. That's 40 Points for No.1 down to
                    1 Point for No.40.

                    NORWAY'S TOP 50 ALL TIME ALBUMS - BASED ON THE TOP 40

                    (W/E 6th January 1967 to W/E 8th November 2013)

                    Rank---Points---Title---Artist---Year---Peak Position

                    1)--6969--The Best Of Buck Owens - Buck Owens - (1967) - (No.1 - 10 Weeks)

                    2)--4036--21 - Adele - (2011) - (No.1 - 13 Weeks)

                    3)--3744--Du är den ende - Lill Lindfors - (1967) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    4)--2914--Bridge Over Troubled Water - Simon & Garfunkel - (1970) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    5)--2678--Going Places - Herb Alpert & The Tijuana Brass - (1967) - (No.5)

                    6)--2548--Jesus Christ Superstar - Soundtrack - (1971) - (No.3)

                    7)--2452--The Sound Of Music - Soundtrack - (1967) - (No.1 - 20 Weeks)

                    8)--2385--The Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd - (1973) - (No.2)

                    9)--2323--Born In The U.S.A. - Bruce Springsteen - (1984) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    10)--2244--Hair - Soundtrack - (1969) - (No.4)

                    11)--2211--Gold - ABBA - (1992) - (No.1 - 3 Weeks)

                    12)--2183--Teaser And The Firecat - Cat Stevens - (1971) - (No.2)

                    13)--2159--ABBA - ABBA - (1975) - (No.1 - 14 Weeks)

                    14)--2153--Eastern Wind - Chris de Burgh - (1980) - (No.1 - 10 Weeks)

                    15)--2121--The River - Bruce Springsteen - (1980) - (No.1 - 6 Weeks)

                    16)--2110--Greatest Hits - ABBA - (1976) - (No.1 - 1 Week)

                    17)--2107--Noen ganger er det all right - Odd Børretzen & Lars Martin Myhre - (1995) - (No.3)

                    18)--2062--A Little Bit More - Dr. Hook - (1976) - (No.2)

                    19)--2007--Ett litet rött paket - Sven-Ingvars - (1967) - (No.4)

                    20)--1967--The Last Farewell - Roger Whittaker - (1976) - (No.1 - 20 Weeks)

                    21)--1961--Greatest Hits - Smokie - (1977) - (No.1 - 24 Weeks)

                    22)--1919--The Best Of Country & Western - Various Artists - (1967) - (No.1 - 14 Weeks)

                    23)--1910--Melis - Postgirobygget - (1996) - (No.2)

                    24)--1901--Solidarity Breaks - Bern/hoft - (2011) - (No.1 - 7 Weeks)

                    25)--1872--Bästa - Sven-Ingvars - (1967) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    26)--1868--Come On Over - Shania Twain - (1998) - (No.1 - 6 Weeks)

                    27)--1864--Vømmøl'n - Vømmøl Spellmannslag - (1974) - (No.2)

                    28)--1811--Du ska få en dag i mårå - Alf Prøysen - (1971) - (No.2)

                    29)=--1726--Forever And Ever - Demis Roussos - (1974) - (No.1 - 28 Weeks)
                    29)=--1726--That's Soul - Various Artists - (1967) - (No.5)

                    31)--1697--Thriller//Thriller 25 - Michael Jackson - (1982//2008) - (No.1 - 1 Week)

                    32)--1692--Harvest - Neil Young - (1972) - (No.1 - 13 Weeks)

                    33)--1687--Himself - Gilbert O'Sullivan - (1972) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    34)--1685--Call Off The Search - Katie Melua - (2004) - (No.2)

                    35)--1683--Grease - Soundtrack - (1978) - (No.1 - 17 Weeks)

                    36)--1662--Come Away With Me - Norah Jones - (2002) - (No.4)

                    37)--1639--Brothers In Arms - Dire Straits - (1985) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    38)--1621--Californication - Red Hot Chili Peppers - (1999) - (No.1 - 1 Week)

                    39)--1603--Born To Die - Lana Del Rey - (2012) - (No.1 - 5 Weeks)

                    40)--1601--Believe - Justin Bieber - (2012) - (No.1 - 4 Weeks)

                    41)--1595--Pearl - Janis Joplin - (1971) - (No.1 - 4 Weeks)

                    42)--1593--Hotel California - The Eagles - (1976) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    43)--1592--Piece By Piece - Katie Melua - (2005) - (No.1 - 1 Week)

                    44)--1584--Midt om natten - Kim Larsen - (1984) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    45)--1582--Saturday Night Fever - Soundtrack - (1978) - (No.1 - 12 Weeks)

                    46)--1572--Willy And The Poor Boys - Creedence Clearwater Revival - (1970) - (No.2)

                    47)--1543--Take The Heat Off Me - Boney M - (1976) - (No.2)

                    48)--1537--Aquarium - Aqua - (1997) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    49)--1535--Hunting High And Low - A-ha - (1985) - (No.1 - 8 Weeks)

                    50)--1528--Music Box - Mariah Carey - (1993) - (No.2)






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                    • #40
                      Thanks Colin/ Zeus555, interesting list!
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                      • #41
                        Great list Zeus55 but considering the fact that The Wall spent 19 weeks at no 1 in 1979-80 it should have made it into your list?

                        http://lista.vg.no/artist/pink-floyd/al ... -wall/1968

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                        • #42
                          Gjermund - I meant to add the List based on the Top 10, & I added the one based on the Top 40
                          by mistake - and I said it was the Top 10 based one!

                          I have corrected the mistake. As you can see, the Top 10 based List is 1st, & the Top 40 based List is 2nd.

                          Regarding 'The Wall', & its 19 Weeks at No.1 on the Site you Linked to....

                          Another 2 Sites give it 21 Norwegian Weeks at No.1.

                          And the Site I used gives it 22 Weeks at No.1. (I guess it all depends on whether you count a 'Missing Week'
                          at the end of 1979. I do count it, as that is what used to happen with the UK Charts at Christmas. When the
                          UK Singles & Albums Charts were not published, we just repeated the previous Chart - to fill in the gap).

                          Zeus555

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                          • #43
                            First album chart in Norway was "Arbeiderbladets album list", it started 2 February 1963.

                            Published once a month. From 4 January 1967 "VG" began their album chart..I have all the chart info

                            from 1963-1967 in the book "Den store Norske Hitboka".

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by gjermund
                              I have no official data to back this up but as a Norwegian who have been a keen chart-observer for many years I can tell you that the certified database only contain a subset of the top-sellers. The largest tabloid, VG, used to post year-end charts in the papir edition until 2002 or so but sadly I have no access to these; only vague memories. As a Floyd-fan I remember Division Bell listed with 140 000 copies in 1994 and Echoes with 120 000 in 2001. As an interesting footnote I also remember Lenonard Cohen outselling Michael Jackson in 1987 selling more than 100 000 copies of Various Positions. i also remember seeing numbers on Brothers in arms, Dire Straits, surpassing 150 000 in 1985. I.e, I have nothing substantial, only snapshots And oh yes; Smokie, Greatest Hits had passed 200 000 already by the early 1980's...... However, VG.no still have a very nice database for chart positons for both singles and albums at least back to the early 70's. It's of course in Norwegian but with the help of google transatlate you can fairly quickly figure out how to look up artist or weeks/years. http://lista.vg.no/search
                              Hello Gjermund,

                              Do you know where can I find the DVD charts of this year?

                              Ps, nice to see you again.

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                              • #45
                                Yes indeed nice to link up again Hur, hope all is well! Sadly the DVD-chart was discontinued a while back
                                zeuss555: thanks for the clarification and additional data!

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                                • #46
                                  Originally posted by Timmy94
                                  Some of the Norwegian certs are really unbelievable given the respective albums' chart runs .
                                  On page one, it's said that Sissel Kyrkjebø's Glade jul was sold more than 800k times with this chart run: 11 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 18 / -

                                  Or Åge Aleksandersen's Eldorado which sold 250k copies with this chart run: 7 / 1 / 1 / 2 / 2 / 3 / 3 / 3 / 5 / 8 / 6 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 14 / 20 / -

                                  Were sales really THAT high that an album could be that high on the all-time best-selling list with a relatively moderate chart run?
                                  Åge Aleksandersen's Eldorado was certified x5 platinum in 1997, 11 years after original release. Who know how much it sold between 1986 and 1997 ...

                                  No reason to doubt about official certifications given from 1993 to now. I would not say the same about estimate sales you can find in billboard or elsewhere. On page one you can find figures from 600.000 to 800.000 for Sissel Kyrkjebø-Glade Jul ... who knows the thruth ? only official certification could clarify this

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                                  • #47
                                    It seems that Elvis Presley received a
                                    Gold Record from the Norwegian Grammophone Industry to Elvis Presley as the No. 1 Selling Recording Artist in Norway Ever.
                                    No specified the year

                                    https://www.graceland.com/elvis/elvisawards.aspx
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                                    • #48
                                      It was a special trophy given to Elvis on Jun 9th 1972 at the New York Hilton,for
                                      sales of 1,3 mill or 1,4 records sold here in Norway.

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                                      • #49
                                        Thanks!
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                                        • #50
                                          Does anybody know Sigur Rós sales in Norway?

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                                          • #51
                                            Norway top selling list of albums up to 1980
                                            page 113

                                            https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1980-03-29.pdf

                                            1 Smurfenland 270,000
                                            Grease OST 250,000
                                            The Album - Abba 210,000
                                            Smokie - Greatest Hits 195,000
                                            Saturday Night Fever OST 180,000
                                            Arrival - Abba 167,000
                                            Brakara - Prima Vera 125,000
                                            Abba - Abba, Hotel California - Eagles 120,000
                                            Spirit Having Flown - Bee Gees 115,000
                                            Last edited by electricmind; Thu July 11th, 2019, 12:04.

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                                            • #52
                                              Well found! Thanks!
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                                              • #53
                                                Thank you so much! [MENTION=59217]electricmind[/MENTION] !

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                                                • #54
                                                  According https://norwegiancharts.com/
                                                  those 10 album (all peaked at #1)

                                                  weeks at #1 - woc - points

                                                  08 - 27 - 0982 - I Smurfenland 270,000
                                                  17 - 52 - 1722 - Grease OST 250,000
                                                  05 - 20 - 0718 - The Album - Abba 210,000
                                                  24 - 57 - 1991 - Smokie - Greatest Hits 195,000
                                                  12 - 44 - 1582 - Saturday Night Fever OST 180,000
                                                  20 - 35 - 1325 - Arrival - Abba 167,000
                                                  02 - 23 - 0780 - Brakara - Prima Vera 125,000
                                                  14 - 62 - 2198 - Abba - Abba 120,000
                                                  08 - 43 - 1593 - Hotel California - Eagles 120,000
                                                  07 - 17 - 0644 - Spirit Having Flown - Bee Gees 115,000
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                                                  • #55
                                                    It's hard to understand why Grease is at # 2: doubled I Smurfenlad by Geir Borresen twice on wks at 1, woc and points...

                                                    And Smokie at 4th?

                                                    And ABBA (ABBA) only at #8?
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                                                    • #56
                                                      Originally posted by borderwolf View Post
                                                      It's hard to understand why Grease is at # 2: doubled I Smurfenlad by Geir Borresen twice on wks at 1, woc and points...

                                                      And Smokie at 4th?

                                                      And ABBA (ABBA) only at #8?
                                                      Sales in 1978 were much higher than the years before, for example in 1975 when 'ABBA' was released.

                                                      The Smokie album was at number one for 24 weeks:
                                                      https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_...orwegen_(1977)

                                                      The Smurf album was at number one around Christmas time, when sales were higher:
                                                      https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_...orwegen_(1978)

                                                      I have the following information from Billboard:

                                                      Billboard Magazine July 1, 1978: "In Norway, to receive awards for record sales, including one for the Greatest Hits album which sold 180,000 units here, the biggest seller of all time, topping even Abba, UK band Smokie ran into criticism because of its ban on local photographers."

                                                      Billboard Magazine, September 8, 1979: "In Norway, Abba's 'The Album' sold 200,840 units."

                                                      Billboard Magazine, July 17, 1982 : "In the 1978-1979 period, four LPs sold together a total million units in 12 months (nearly 13% of the total industry turnover): the four LPs were the first 'Smurf' LP, Abba 'The Album' and the OST 'Grease' & 'Saturday Night Fever'."
                                                      Last edited by Benny; Wed July 10th, 2019, 20:55.
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                                                      • #57
                                                        Thank you, Benny, for your analysis!
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                                                        • #58
                                                          Anything About the Scorpions known? Sales Certifications

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                                                          • #59
                                                            https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1985-12-16.pdf

                                                            The Monroe - Face Another Day (counted from top page 28 altough it says page 6)

                                                            at no1, 8 weeks, sold 200,000 sold, December 1985

                                                            ---
                                                            https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1990-06-09.pdf

                                                            page 13

                                                            Nazareth Platinum: 100,000 sales - The Ballad Album, June 1990

                                                            ---

                                                            https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1990-01-13.pdf
                                                            page 32, 1990

                                                            To - Dance with a stranger sales 160,000

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                                                            • #60
                                                              Baccarra single - Yes Sir i can Boogie - 300,000

                                                              https://www.americanradiohistory.com...1977-10-01.pdf


                                                              page 85

                                                              // first album was certified gold 40,000 very quickly, in two hours it was silver.

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