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  • #26
    Originally posted by fridayteenage
    Originally posted by BLover
    Originally posted by fridayteenage
    %-wise, that's a really big gap between #1 & #2 (at least 70%) esp for an album in its, what, 7th week?
    More like 50%, you mean?
    No I mean what I say.
    85/50=170%. Thus, Frozen is expected to sell at least 70% more than Beyonce.
    .... or, Beyonce is expected to sell 50% less than Frozen.

    Well, it's not really important anyway ;-)

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    • #27
      http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/ ... lboard-200

      'GRAMMY Nominees' Album Set for Top 10 Debut on Billboard 200
      By Keith Caulfield, Los Angeles | January 24, 2014

      According to industry forecasters, the 18-song album "Nominees" compilation may sell around 40,000 copies by the end of the tracking week on Sunday, Jan. 26. That should be enough to secure a top 10 bow for the title -- and possibly a top five entrance. The album features a slew songs by the current nominees in contention at this Sunday's (Jan. 26) GRAMMY Awards show, including Lorde and Daft Punk.

      The top 10 of next week's Billboard 200 chart will be revealed on Wednesday, Jan. 29.

      The long-running compilation "GRAMMY Nominees" album series, which launched in 1995, has collected 12 top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 chart. The series has spawned more than 20 releases tied to the GRAMMY Awards, and has sold 9.1 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

      Last year's edition, "2013 GRAMMY Nominees," became the highest-charting effort in the franchise, as it climbed to No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart the week after the 2013 GRAMMY Awards. That week, it vaulted from No. 11 to No. 2 with 88,000 sold (a gain of 136%) for the week ending Feb. 17. That sum also earned the series its best sales week since "GRAMMY Nominees 2007" moved 131,000 the week after the 2007 show.

      This year's "GRAMMY Nominees" album was unusually released in the same week as the Awards show itself (Jan. 26). A year ago, the album bowed a few weeks before the show itself. Traditionally, the GRAMMY Awards take place in February on CBS, but this year, the show was moved up to Jan. 26 -- likely to avoid direct competition with NBC's coverage of the Winter Olympics (which begin on Feb. 7).

      Next year, the GRAMMY will return to a February air date, as they are slated to air on Feb. 8, 2015.

      As for the rest of next week's top 10 on the Billboard 200, watch for pop duo a Great Big World to notch the highest debut, with its first album, "Is There Anybody Out There?" It may sell around 45,000 or so and debut in the top five.

      The current chart champ, Bruce Springsteen's "High Hopes," will likely yield the No. 1 slot to the soundtrack to "Frozen," which may sell around 85,000 copies or so. If "Frozen" returns to No. 1, it will mark the third non-consecutive week atop the list for the album. The last soundtrack to spend more than two weeks at No. 1 was "High School Musical 2," which ruled for four weeks in 2007.

      Also on tap for a top 10 debut is Young the Giant, with its new album "Mind Over Matter." The latest effort for the rock band may bow with 30,000 or so, securing the act it best sales week ever and highest charting album. Its self-titled debut peaked at No. 42 in 2011, selling 10,000 in its best week (according to SoundScan).

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      • #28
        New albums out Tuesday in today's circulars:

        Target:

        Nothing

        Best Buy:

        http://deals.bestbuy.com/#!/movies+amp+music2

        Algebra Blessett $9.99
        Casting Crowns $9.99
        Of Mice and Men $8.99
        Red Dragon Cartel $9.99

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        • #29
          I hope a Beatle title sneaks into the charts for the next couple of weeks
          Oh I won't ask for much this Christmas, I won't even wish for snow

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          • #30
            I wonder if RAM have chances to come back to top 10 after Grammies
            KUBA'S CHART

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            • #31
              Last year's Album of the Year winner, Mumford & Sons, returned to #1 after winning. Can it happen to Daft Punk? ( I doubt it.)

              www.billboard.com/articles/news/1549352 ... lboard-200

              Mumford & Sons Make Grammy-Fueled Return to No. 1 on Billboard 200
              By Keith Caulfield, L.A. | February 20, 2013

              As forecasted a week ago, Mumford & Sons' "Babel" jumps back to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart in the wake of its Grammy Award win for album of the year on Feb. 10. The set -- which rises 4-1 on the tally -- sold 185,000 copies in the week ending Feb. 17, according to Nielsen SoundScan, posting a weekly gain of 242%.

              The figure is a bit larger than initially projected by label sources. A week ago, "Babel" was looking to maybe sell 150,000 to 170,000 in the week after the Grammy Awards. Sale pricing by the iTunes Store -- for Valentine's Day -- helped push "Babel's" sales even bigger. "Babel" was marked down to $6.99 for a limited time by iTunes and was featured in an email blast sent to its customers.

              In turn, the album scores a 260% gain in download sales -- moving from 28,000 to 101,000 for the week. (The largest digital week for a non-debuting album since the week after Christmas, when Taylor Swift's "Red" sold 131,000 downloads.)

              Physical sales for "Babel" last week were still robust, however -- amounting to 55% of "Babel's" sales for the frame.

              "Babel" is also benefitting from two new deluxe editions of the album that were released on Feb. 5. The first, available exclusively at Target, includes three bonus live tracks. A second version, dubbed the "Gentlemen of the Road" edition, was widely-released and boasts a 12 extra live cuts.

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              • #32
                ONE year ago:

                http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/sales/archcht.cgi?cht533

                CHART DATE: 01/28/2013

                -- 1 GARY ALLAN MCA NASHVILLE 103,050 --
                SET YOU FREE
                6 2 LUMINEERS DUALTONE 51,282 +29%
                LUMINEERS
                3 3 PITCH PERFECT UME 44,088 0%
                SOUNDTRACK
                -- 4 GRAMMY NOMINEES 2013 CAPITOL 40,077 --
                VARIOUS ARTISTS
                7 5 BRUNO MARS ATLANTIC 39,056 +2%
                UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX
                1 6 A$AP ROCKY RCA 37,311 -74%
                LONG.LIVE.A$AP
                2 7 KIDZ BOP KIDS RAZOR & TIE 35,295 -53%
                KIDZ BOP 23
                4 8 TAYLOR SWIFT BIG MACHINE 34,233 -16%
                RED
                5 9 LES MISERABLES REPUBLIC 27,373 -32%
                SOUNDTRACK
                9 10 MUMFORD & SONS GLASSNOTE 26,456 +7%
                BABEL

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                • #33
                  NOW IN: 28.40%
                  LW TW artist / album label sales index
                  2 1 FROZEN WALT DISNEY 47,307
                  SOUNDTRACK
                  -- 2 A GREAT BIG WORLD BLACK MAGNETIC/EPIC 34,877
                  IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE?
                  4 3 BEYONCE COLUMBIA 27,822
                  BEYONCE
                  -- 4 YOUNG THE GIANT FUELED BY RAMEN 27,388
                  MIND OVER MATTER
                  -- 5 2014 GRAMMY NOMINEES ATLANTIC 20,963
                  VARIOUS ARTISTS
                  7 6 LORDE REPUBLIC 20,391
                  PURE HEROINE
                  11 7 BASTILLE VIRGIN 15,211
                  BAD BLOOD
                  10 8 IMAGINE DRAGONS KIDINAKORNER/INTERSCOPE 14,480
                  NIGHT VISIONS
                  9 9 KATY PERRY CAPITOL 10,133
                  PRISM
                  8 10 EMINEM SHADY/AFTERMATH/INT 10,001
                  MARSHALL MATHERS LP 2
                  26 11 BRUNO MARS ATLANTIC 8,748
                  UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX
                  29 12 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS MACKLEMORE 8,489
                  HEIST
                  14 13 MILEY CYRUS RCA 8,175
                  BANGERZ
                  19 14 DRAKE YM/CM/REPUBLIC 7,467
                  NOTHING WAS THE SAME
                  3 15 KIDZ BOP KIDS RAZOR & TIE 6,636
                  KIDZ BOP 25
                  1 16 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN COLUMBIA 6,500
                  HIGH HOPES
                  12 17 ONE DIRECTION SYCO/COLUMBIA 5,315
                  MIDNIGHT MEMORIES
                  43 18 SARA BAREILLES EPIC 5,301
                  BLESSED UNREST
                  27 19 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 5,217
                  20/20 EXPERIENCE 2 OF 2
                  -- 20 KACEY MUSGRAVES MERCURY NASHVILLE 5,177
                  SAME TRAILER DIFFERENT PARK
                  21 21 KID INK RCA 5,120
                  MY OWN LANE
                  49 22 JOHN LEGEND COLUMBIA 4,943
                  LOVE IN THE FUTURE
                  -- 23 JOHN NEWMAN REPUBLIC 4,930
                  TRIBUTE
                  18 24 LUKE BRYAN CAPITOL NASHVILLE 4,929
                  CRASH MY PARTY
                  -- 25 DAFT PUNK COLUMBIA 4,857
                  RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES
                  25 26 ONEREPUBLIC INTERSCOPE 4,842
                  NATIVE
                  40 27 P!NK RCA 4,837
                  TRUTH ABOUT LOVE
                  32 28 PASSENGER NETTWERK 4,679
                  ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS
                  15 29 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE REPUBLIC NASHVILLE 4,670
                  HERE'S TO THE GOOD TIMES
                  30 30 CHILDISH GAMBINO GLASSNOTE 4,497
                  BECAUSE THE INTERNET
                  41 31 KENDRICK LAMAR AFTERMATH/INTERSCOPE 4,459
                  GOOD KID M.A.A.D CITY
                  6 32 SWITCHFOOT ATLANTIC 4,351
                  FADING WEST
                  38 33 LANA DEL REY INTERSCOPE 4,187
                  BORN TO DIE
                  45 34 AVICII PRMD/ISLAND/IDJ 3,518
                  TRUE
                  -- 35 IL DIVO COLUMBIA 3,393
                  PROMISE
                  36 36 LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE 3,368
                  ARTPOP
                  20 37 R. KELLY RCA 3,183
                  BLACK PANTIES
                  13 38 ROSANNE CASH BLUE NOTE 3,037
                  THE RIVER & THE THREAD
                  46 39 FALL OUT BOY ISLAND/IDJ 2,978
                  SAVE ROCK & ROLL
                  -- 40 THE NEIGHBOURHOOD COLUMBIA 2,946
                  I LOVE YOU.
                  23 41 NOW 48 UME 2,831
                  VARIOUS ARTISTS
                  -- 42 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 2,806
                  20/20 EXPERIENCE 1 OF 2
                  39 43 JASON ALDEAN BROKEN BOW 2,414
                  NIGHT TRAIN
                  47 44 PITCH PERFECT UME 2,409
                  SOUNDTRACK
                  44 45 BLAKE SHELTON WARNER BROS. NASHVILLE 2,276
                  BASED ON A TRUE STORY
                  -- 46 AVENGED SEVENFOLD WARNER BROS. 1,832
                  HAIL TO THE KING
                  -- 47 ADELE XL/COLUMBIA 1,794
                  21
                  50 48 YO GOTTI EPIC 1,617
                  I AM
                  -- 49 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH PROSPECT PARK 1,555
                  THE WRONG SIDE OF HEAVEN & THE
                  48 50 BRITNEY SPEARS RCA 1,458
                  BRITNEY JEAN

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                  • #34
                    ^Some Grammy effects already!

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                    • #35
                      CHART DATE: 01/27/2014
                      LAST UPDATE: 01/27/2014 13:53:35
                      NOW IN: 46.22%


                      LW TW artist / album label sales index
                      2 1 FROZEN WALT DISNEY 55,710
                      SOUNDTRACK
                      -- 2 A GREAT BIG WORLD BLACK MAGNETIC/EPIC 36,449
                      IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE?
                      -- 3 2014 GRAMMY NOMINEES ATLANTIC 29,652
                      VARIOUS ARTISTS
                      4 4 BEYONCE COLUMBIA 27,822
                      BEYONCE
                      -- 5 YOUNG THE GIANT FUELED BY RAMEN 27,388
                      MIND OVER MATTER
                      7 6 LORDE REPUBLIC 22,617
                      PURE HEROINE
                      11 7 BASTILLE VIRGIN 15,678
                      BAD BLOOD
                      10 8 IMAGINE DRAGONS KIDINAKORNER/INTERSCOPE 15,453
                      NIGHT VISIONS
                      3 9 KIDZ BOP KIDS RAZOR & TIE 12,047
                      KIDZ BOP 25
                      9 10 KATY PERRY CAPITOL 11,584
                      PRISM
                      8 11 EMINEM SHADY/AFTERMATH/INT 11,455
                      MARSHALL MATHERS LP 2
                      29 12 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS MACKLEMORE 9,358
                      HEIST
                      26 13 BRUNO MARS ATLANTIC 9,307
                      UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX
                      14 14 MILEY CYRUS RCA 8,736
                      BANGERZ
                      19 15 DRAKE YM/CM/REPUBLIC 7,946
                      NOTHING WAS THE SAME
                      1 16 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN COLUMBIA 7,740
                      HIGH HOPES
                      12 17 ONE DIRECTION SYCO/COLUMBIA 6,540
                      MIDNIGHT MEMORIES
                      27 18 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 5,803
                      20/20 EXPERIENCE 2 OF 2
                      43 19 SARA BAREILLES EPIC 5,771
                      BLESSED UNREST
                      -- 20 KACEY MUSGRAVES MERCURY NASHVILLE 5,537
                      SAME TRAILER DIFFERENT PARK
                      18 21 LUKE BRYAN CAPITOL NASHVILLE 5,515
                      CRASH MY PARTY
                      21 22 KID INK RCA 5,337
                      MY OWN LANE
                      15 23 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE REPUBLIC NASHVILLE 5,294
                      HERE'S TO THE GOOD TIMES
                      49 24 JOHN LEGEND COLUMBIA 5,171
                      LOVE IN THE FUTURE
                      25 25 ONEREPUBLIC INTERSCOPE 5,166
                      NATIVE
                      -- 26 JOHN NEWMAN REPUBLIC 4,930
                      TRIBUTE
                      -- 27 DAFT PUNK COLUMBIA 4,857
                      RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES
                      30 28 CHILDISH GAMBINO GLASSNOTE 4,849
                      BECAUSE THE INTERNET
                      40 29 P!NK RCA 4,837
                      TRUTH ABOUT LOVE
                      32 30 PASSENGER NETTWERK 4,679
                      ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS
                      6 31 SWITCHFOOT ATLANTIC 4,606
                      FADING WEST
                      38 32 LANA DEL REY INTERSCOPE 4,464
                      BORN TO DIE
                      41 33 KENDRICK LAMAR AFTERMATH/INTERSCOPE 4,459
                      GOOD KID M.A.A.D CITY
                      36 34 LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE 3,901
                      ARTPOP
                      20 35 R. KELLY RCA 3,687
                      BLACK PANTIES
                      23 36 NOW 48 UME 3,677
                      VARIOUS ARTISTS
                      45 37 AVICII PRMD/ISLAND/IDJ 3,518
                      TRUE
                      13 38 ROSANNE CASH BLUE NOTE 3,500
                      THE RIVER & THE THREAD
                      -- 39 IL DIVO COLUMBIA 3,393
                      PROMISE
                      -- 40 THE NEIGHBOURHOOD COLUMBIA 3,238
                      I LOVE YOU.
                      5 41 JENNIFER NETTLES MERCURY NASHVILLE 3,007
                      THAT GIRL
                      46 42 FALL OUT BOY ISLAND/IDJ 2,978
                      SAVE ROCK & ROLL
                      -- 43 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 2,806
                      20/20 EXPERIENCE 1 OF 2
                      39 44 JASON ALDEAN BROKEN BOW 2,760
                      NIGHT TRAIN
                      47 45 PITCH PERFECT UME 2,657
                      SOUNDTRACK
                      44 46 BLAKE SHELTON WARNER BROS. NASHVILLE 2,608
                      BASED ON A TRUE STORY
                      -- 47 AVENGED SEVENFOLD WARNER BROS. 1,832
                      HAIL TO THE KING
                      -- 48 ADELE XL/COLUMBIA 1,794
                      21
                      50 49 YO GOTTI EPIC 1,617
                      I AM
                      -- 50 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH PROSPECT PARK 1,555
                      THE WRONG SIDE OF HEAVEN & THE

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                      • #36
                        http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/n ... ing%20News

                        Grammys Spur Early Sales Gains for Daft Punk, Kacey Musgraves, P!nk
                        By Keith Caulfield, Los Angeles | January 27, 2014

                        The official sales figures aren't in yet, but industry sources suggest that some of the Grammy Awards' biggest winners could be Kacey Musgraves, P!nk and Daft Punk -- all of which might see sales gains of more than 100% for the week ending January 26.

                        All of those artists -- plus a cavalcade more -- were on hand for the annual Grammy Awards ceremony, broadcast on CBS on Sunday, January 26. Daft Punk took home multiple awards, including two of the biggest trophies: for album of the year ("Random Access Memories") and record of the year ("Get Lucky," featuring Pharrell and Nile Rodgers).

                        Music sales for the week ending January 26, as tracked by Nielsen SoundScan, will not be released until Wednesday morning (January 29). However, label sources have indicated that a number of albums and songs are due for big gains once those figures come out.

                        Among the albums aiming for significant gains: P!nk's "The Truth About Love," which may grow by more than 125% (to 8,500 or so for the week) and Sara Bareilles' "The Blessed Unrest" (up by more than 250% to around 8,500 as well).

                        Both artists performed on the show, and were nominated in major categories. P!nk's song, "Just Give Me a Reason," was performed by the artist -- in one of her trademark high-flying routines -- and was up for song of the year. While it didn't win that category, the performance and exposure yielded a big sales surge for the song. It may sell around 40,000 for the week -- a gain of more than 130% compared to last week (19,000 in the week ending January 19, according to SoundScan).

                        Kacey Musgraves' "Same Trailer Different Park," which won the televised award for best country album (beating out the likes of Taylor Swift and Blake Shelton), could gain by more than 100% for the week. It might sell around 9,000 -- up greatly from last week's tally of 4,000.

                        Daft Punk's album of the year winner, "Random Access Memories," may see a 75% jump in sales as well. A week ago, it sold 4,000.

                        The new "2014 Grammy Nominess" compilation album is also set for a big debut on the chart. Released last Tuesday (January 21), the album may have sold around 60,000 or so in the week ending January 26. That's up from the 40,000 that was initially forecast a week ago. The album is off to a faster start than normal, as it was unusually released in the same week as the broadcast of the awards itself. Traditionally, the album -- which boasts an array of nominated artists and songs -- arrives to market weeks before the Awards.
                        Related

                        Sources say the "Grammy Nominees" album may enter at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. The top 10 of that chart will be unveiled on Wednesday, January 29.

                        All of these albums will likely have an even bigger gain next week (ending February 2), when a full week's worth of post-Grammys impact will be felt. This week's charts will only reflect sales generated in the hours during and after the show, through midnight on Sunday night (January 26).

                        In terms of digital songs, the largest seller of the songs performed on the show is Katy Perry's "Dark Horse," which was already the biggest selling song of last week. It's hard to compare her song to anything else that was performed on the show, simply because it was already the top selling song in the country -- and gaining in sales -- before it was performed on the broadcast. A week ago, it sold 261,000 downloads.

                        Among the songs performed on the show that are aiming for 100% or more increases this week: P!nk's "Just Give Me a Reason," John Legend's "All Of Me," Musgraves' "Follow Your Arrow" (up by more than 200%) and Taylor Swift's "All Too Well" (which may grow by more than 3,000% to around 18,000 downloads).

                        Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Same Love," featuring Mary Lambert -- which was the centerpiece of an elaborate mass wedding ceremony during the show -- may grow by more than 100% as well. It might have sold around 25,000 for the week ending January 26 -- up from 11,000 a week ago.

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                        • #37
                          CHART DATE: 01/27/2014
                          LAST UPDATE: 01/27/2014 15:02:10
                          NOW IN: 69.42%


                          LW TW artist / album label sales index
                          2 1 FROZEN WALT DISNEY 61,033
                          SOUNDTRACK
                          -- 2 2014 GRAMMY NOMINEES ATLANTIC 40,362
                          VARIOUS ARTISTS
                          -- 3 A GREAT BIG WORLD BLACK MAGNETIC/EPIC 37,447
                          IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE?
                          4 4 BEYONCE COLUMBIA 32,511
                          BEYONCE
                          -- 5 YOUNG THE GIANT FUELED BY RAMEN 27,388
                          MIND OVER MATTER
                          7 6 LORDE REPUBLIC 23,982
                          PURE HEROINE
                          3 7 KIDZ BOP KIDS RAZOR & TIE 15,999
                          KIDZ BOP 25
                          11 8 BASTILLE VIRGIN 15,678
                          BAD BLOOD
                          10 9 IMAGINE DRAGONS KIDINAKORNER/INTERSCOPE 15,453
                          NIGHT VISIONS
                          9 10 KATY PERRY CAPITOL 14,147
                          PRISM
                          8 11 EMINEM SHADY/AFTERMATH/INT 11,974
                          MARSHALL MATHERS LP 2
                          26 12 BRUNO MARS ATLANTIC 10,409
                          UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX
                          14 13 MILEY CYRUS RCA 9,646
                          BANGERZ
                          29 14 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS MACKLEMORE 9,358
                          HEIST
                          1 15 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN COLUMBIA 8,951
                          HIGH HOPES
                          12 16 ONE DIRECTION SYCO/COLUMBIA 8,072
                          MIDNIGHT MEMORIES
                          19 17 DRAKE YM/CM/REPUBLIC 7,946
                          NOTHING WAS THE SAME
                          18 18 LUKE BRYAN CAPITOL NASHVILLE 7,376
                          CRASH MY PARTY
                          15 19 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE REPUBLIC NASHVILLE 6,918
                          HERE'S TO THE GOOD TIMES
                          27 20 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 5,803
                          20/20 EXPERIENCE 2 OF 2
                          43 21 SARA BAREILLES EPIC 5,771
                          BLESSED UNREST
                          23 22 NOW 48 UME 5,592
                          VARIOUS ARTISTS
                          -- 23 KACEY MUSGRAVES MERCURY NASHVILLE 5,537
                          SAME TRAILER DIFFERENT PARK
                          21 24 KID INK RCA 5,337
                          MY OWN LANE
                          49 25 JOHN LEGEND COLUMBIA 5,171
                          LOVE IN THE FUTURE
                          25 26 ONEREPUBLIC INTERSCOPE 5,166
                          NATIVE
                          5 27 JENNIFER NETTLES MERCURY NASHVILLE 5,045
                          THAT GIRL
                          -- 28 JOHN NEWMAN REPUBLIC 4,930
                          TRIBUTE
                          -- 29 DAFT PUNK COLUMBIA 4,857
                          RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES
                          30 30 CHILDISH GAMBINO GLASSNOTE 4,849
                          BECAUSE THE INTERNET
                          40 31 P!NK RCA 4,837
                          TRUTH ABOUT LOVE
                          32 32 PASSENGER NETTWERK 4,679
                          ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS
                          6 33 SWITCHFOOT ATLANTIC 4,606
                          FADING WEST
                          38 34 LANA DEL REY INTERSCOPE 4,464
                          BORN TO DIE
                          41 35 KENDRICK LAMAR AFTERMATH/INTERSCOPE 4,459
                          GOOD KID M.A.A.D CITY
                          36 36 LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE 4,378
                          ARTPOP
                          20 37 R. KELLY RCA 3,687
                          BLACK PANTIES
                          28 38 GARTH BROOKS PEARL 3,581
                          BLAME IT ALL ON MY ROOTS
                          45 39 AVICII PRMD/ISLAND/IDJ 3,518
                          TRUE
                          13 40 ROSANNE CASH BLUE NOTE 3,500
                          THE RIVER & THE THREAD
                          -- 41 IL DIVO COLUMBIA 3,393
                          PROMISE
                          -- 42 THE NEIGHBOURHOOD COLUMBIA 3,238
                          I LOVE YOU.
                          46 43 FALL OUT BOY ISLAND/IDJ 2,978
                          SAVE ROCK & ROLL
                          -- 44 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 2,806
                          20/20 EXPERIENCE 1 OF 2
                          39 45 JASON ALDEAN BROKEN BOW 2,760
                          NIGHT TRAIN
                          47 46 PITCH PERFECT UME 2,657
                          SOUNDTRACK
                          16 47 JON PARDI CAPITOL NASHVILLE 2,622
                          WRITE YOU A SONG
                          44 48 BLAKE SHELTON WARNER BROS. NASHVILLE 2,608
                          BASED ON A TRUE STORY
                          -- 49 AVENGED SEVENFOLD WARNER BROS. 1,832
                          HAIL TO THE KING
                          -- 50 ADELE XL/COLUMBIA 1,794
                          21

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                          • #38
                            Why is Adele back in top 50. She didn't win anything for 21.....
                            KUBA'S CHART

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                            • #39
                              Originally posted by jszmiles
                              Why is Adele back in top 50. She didn't win anything for 21.....
                              The first update doesn't mean anything, please ignore that one .
                              Je n'ai qu'une philosophie: Être acceptée comme je suis. Malgré tout ce qu'on me dit, je reste le poing levé.

                              Say no to streaming!

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                              • #40
                                New albums out today:

                                Algebra Blessett
                                Casting Crowns
                                Of Mice and Men
                                Red Dragon Cartel

                                The above albums are pictured in the Best Buy circular.

                                Others:

                                David Crosby

                                More at Amazon.com:

                                http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=s9_dnav_bw_ ... d_i=465672

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                                • #41
                                  CHART DATE: 01/27/2014
                                  LAST UPDATE: 01/28/2014 12:58:41
                                  NOW IN: FINAL


                                  LW TW artist / album label sales index % change
                                  2 1 FROZEN WALT DISNEY 92,984 +8%
                                  SOUNDTRACK
                                  -- 2 2014 GRAMMY NOMINEES ATLANTIC 59,366 --
                                  VARIOUS ARTISTS
                                  -- 3 A GREAT BIG WORLD BLACK MAGNETIC/EPIC 48,810 --
                                  IS THERE ANYBODY OUT THERE?
                                  4 4 BEYONCE COLUMBIA 47,592 -18%
                                  BEYONCE
                                  7 5 LORDE REPUBLIC 34,075 +11%
                                  PURE HEROINE
                                  3 6 KIDZ BOP KIDS RAZOR & TIE 33,969 -53%
                                  KIDZ BOP 25
                                  -- 7 YOUNG THE GIANT FUELED BY RAMEN 32,833 --
                                  MIND OVER MATTER
                                  9 8 KATY PERRY CAPITOL 25,153 +15%
                                  PRISM
                                  1 9 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN COLUMBIA 25,153 -75%
                                  HIGH HOPES
                                  10 10 IMAGINE DRAGONS KIDINAKORNER/INTERSCOPE 23,497 +12%
                                  NIGHT VISIONS
                                  8 11 EMINEM SHADY/AFTERMATH/INT 23,272 -17%
                                  MARSHALL MATHERS LP 2
                                  5 12 JENNIFER NETTLES MERCURY NASHVILLE 19,559 -64%
                                  THAT GIRL
                                  11 13 BASTILLE VIRGIN 18,243 -3%
                                  BAD BLOOD
                                  29 14 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS MACKLEMORE 18,113 +96%
                                  HEIST
                                  14 15 MILEY CYRUS RCA 15,773 -2%
                                  BANGERZ
                                  12 16 ONE DIRECTION SYCO/COLUMBIA 15,550 -14%
                                  MIDNIGHT MEMORIES
                                  26 17 BRUNO MARS ATLANTIC 15,316 +43%
                                  UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX
                                  15 18 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE REPUBLIC NASHVILLE 13,333 -17%
                                  HERE'S TO THE GOOD TIMES
                                  19 19 DRAKE YM/CM/REPUBLIC 13,304 -10%
                                  NOTHING WAS THE SAME
                                  18 20 LUKE BRYAN CAPITOL NASHVILLE 12,359 -17%
                                  CRASH MY PARTY
                                  27 21 JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE RCA 11,302 +11%
                                  20/20 EXPERIENCE 2 OF 2
                                  43 22 SARA BAREILLES EPIC 11,186 +104%
                                  BLESSED UNREST
                                  -- 23 AER AER 10,816 --
                                  AER
                                  20 24 R. KELLY RCA 10,777 -24%
                                  BLACK PANTIES
                                  23 25 NOW 48 UME 10,222 -11%
                                  VARIOUS ARTISTS
                                  13 26 ROSANNE CASH BLUE NOTE 9,811 -43%
                                  THE RIVER & THE THREAD
                                  32 27 PASSENGER NETTWERK 9,607 +14%
                                  ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS
                                  6 28 SWITCHFOOT ATLANTIC 9,329 -74%
                                  FADING WEST
                                  25 29 ONEREPUBLIC INTERSCOPE 8,611 -21%
                                  NATIVE
                                  31 30 ARCTIC MONKEYS DOMINO 8,597 -4%
                                  AM
                                  -- 31 KACEY MUSGRAVES MERCURY NASHVILLE 8,579 --
                                  SAME TRAILER DIFFERENT PARK
                                  36 32 LADY GAGA INTERSCOPE 8,372 +17%
                                  ARTPOP
                                  40 33 P!NK RCA 8,115 +36%
                                  TRUTH ABOUT LOVE
                                  49 34 JOHN LEGEND COLUMBIA 8,020 +54%
                                  LOVE IN THE FUTURE
                                  -- 35 BAD SUNS VAGRANT 7,945 --
                                  TRANSPOSE - EP
                                  -- 36 THE BEATLES UME/CAPITOL 7,799 --
                                  THE U.S. ALBUMS
                                  21 37 KID INK RCA 7,757 -40%
                                  MY OWN LANE
                                  -- 38 DAFT PUNK COLUMBIA 7,613 --
                                  RANDOM ACCESS MEMORIES
                                  34 39 JHENE AIKO DEF JAM/IDJ 7,361 -5%
                                  SAIL OUT EP
                                  41 40 KENDRICK LAMAR AFTERMATH/INTERSCOPE 7,122 +22%
                                  GOOD KID M.A.A.D CITY
                                  30 41 CHILDISH GAMBINO GLASSNOTE 6,990 -23%
                                  BECAUSE THE INTERNET
                                  28 42 GARTH BROOKS PEARL 6,847 -30%
                                  BLAME IT ALL ON MY ROOTS
                                  38 43 LANA DEL REY INTERSCOPE 6,487 -1%
                                  BORN TO DIE
                                  44 44 BLAKE SHELTON WARNER BROS. NASHVILLE 5,883 +8%
                                  BASED ON A TRUE STORY
                                  45 45 AVICII PRMD/ISLAND/IDJ 5,631 +4%
                                  TRUE
                                  16 46 JON PARDI CAPITOL NASHVILLE 5,619 -65%
                                  WRITE YOU A SONG
                                  35 47 BILLIE JOE & NORAH REPRISE 5,564 -28%
                                  FOREVERLY
                                  -- 48 ELLIE GOULDING INTERSCOPE 5,510 --
                                  HALCYON
                                  -- 49 AGAINST ME! TOTAL TREBLE 5,509 --
                                  TRANSGENDER DYSPHORIA BLUES
                                  39 50 JASON ALDEAN BROKEN BOW 5,287 -13%
                                  NIGHT TRAIN

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                                  • #42
                                    A year ago I wouldn't have guessed that Lorde and Katy Perry's albums would outlast Eminem (pending final SS #s) and One Direction's in T10 weeks.
                                    I suppose future singles could change that...

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                                    • #43
                                      Originally posted by fridayteenage
                                      A year ago I wouldn't have guessed that Lorde and Katy Perry's albums would outlast Eminem (pending final SS #s) and One Direction's in T10 weeks.
                                      I suppose future singles could change that...
                                      Hey, some debut higher... some sell in the long term. Eminem works more off of a fanbase, hence his high debut and great follow up weeks... but he has no single to sell it. TM certainly didn't do much. Katy and Lorde are working moreso with casuals every week... especially Lorde who is knew.

                                      He's still not doing anywhere near shabby. He's doing quite well!
                                      I was waiting for Bey to drop so she could show that T&A arent the only ones smashing album SALES!!!

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                                      • #44
                                        I didn't say he's not doing well, but their fans like to brag about how Eminem and 1D are strong album artists, while Katy's haters kept calling her a singles artist and saying that TD should have sold way more cuz of its # of smash singles.

                                        Lorde and Eminem both had one smash hit, plus one moderate hit for Lorde and a smattering of moderate hits for Eminem who has a built-in brand from over a decade of success. It's esp impressive for Lorde as It's harder for new artists to do so well b/c they don't have a built-in fanbase.

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                                        • #45
                                          Well. Eminem is an album artist. But without doing anything doesn't help either.

                                          @danbarj. Look at the receipts please... Recovery still sells and is still inside the Billboard 200 Album chart. It's not like Recovery sold it's sales just in the first weeks. It had a great long run. He sold also in the long run... I mean those 4,6m copies weren't sold just in 2 months. (If you directed your post towards his album sales in general).

                                          In comparison to Recovery, MMLP2 is doing disappointing. I agree. But there is no promo since SNL. There's still no new single (Headlights still wasn't sent to radios... And nothings happening so far). He didn't appear at the Grammy's to perform. He had the opportunity, as he was nominated. But he didn't appear. His usual tactic, being visible for a month and disappear again won't longer work. Although he was more visible during Recovery... VMA's, SNL, Grammy's...

                                          Katy appeared at the Grammy's. She promoted on every single big show. Her second single is currently at number 1 on Itunes. Obviously she would sell good.

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                                          • #46
                                            Originally posted by truthless
                                            Well. Eminem is an album artist. But without doing anything doesn't help either.

                                            @danbarj. Look at the receipts please... Recovery still sells and is still inside the Billboard 200 Album chart. It's not like Recovery sold it's sales just in the first weeks. It had a great long run. He sold also in the long run... I mean those 4,6m copies weren't sold just in 2 months. (If you directed your post towards his album sales in general).

                                            In comparison to Recovery, MMLP2 is doing disappointing. I agree. But there is no promo since SNL. There's still no new single (Headlights still wasn't sent to radios... And nothings happening so far). He didn't appear at the Grammy's to perform. He had the opportunity, as he was nominated. But he didn't appear. His usual tactic, being visible for a month and disappear again won't longer work. Although he was more visible during Recovery... VMA's, SNL, Grammy's...

                                            Katy appeared at the Grammy's. She promoted on every single big show. Her second single is currently at number 1 on Itunes. Obviously she would sell good.
                                            Truthless - I knew the receipts before commenting. I was speaking ONLY about THIS album. I specifically mentioned TM. Recovery had NA and LTWYL supporting it... sales aside, airplay aside, they were arguably bigger in impact and selling the album than TM and Berzerk. Atleast that's my perception.

                                            That's the difference between this album and his last -- not saying EVERY Eminem album sells its bulk in 2 months. I'm saying THIS album sold mostly from his fanbase and some help from singles, moreso than the last - which drew a larger part of his fanbase and a lot more weekly casual buyers AROUND the world and in the US.

                                            I already addressed Katy and Lorde's sales consistency down to their hits and promotion. So, I don't see why you needed to restate that.
                                            I was waiting for Bey to drop so she could show that T&A arent the only ones smashing album SALES!!!

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                                            • #47
                                              Originally posted by truthless
                                              (If you directed your post towards his album)
                                              Hence why I wrote that too. You should write it out then. I wasn't sure if you were on about his sales in general or just the current album.

                                              Yeah alright. I get your point and I agree with you.

                                              Originally posted by danbarj

                                              I already addressed Katy and Lorde's sales consistency down to their hits and promotion. So, I don't see why you needed to restate that.
                                              I just wanted to point out why she sells so good right now. That was more directed to fridayteenage and not to you.

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                                              • #48
                                                29 14 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS MACKLEMORE 18,113 +96%
                                                HEIST

                                                slay

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                                                • #49
                                                  Originally posted by truthless
                                                  Originally posted by truthless
                                                  (If you directed your post towards his album)
                                                  Hence why I wrote that too. You should write it out then. I wasn't sure if you were on about his sales in general or just the current album.

                                                  Yeah alright. I get your point and I agree with you.

                                                  Originally posted by danbarj

                                                  I already addressed Katy and Lorde's sales consistency down to their hits and promotion. So, I don't see why you needed to restate that.
                                                  I just wanted to point out why she sells so good right now. That was more directed to fridayteenage and not to you.
                                                  Okay buddy! LOL, we were on the same page from jump it seems...
                                                  I was waiting for Bey to drop so she could show that T&A arent the only ones smashing album SALES!!!

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                                                  • #50
                                                    I don't think it's totally obvious that Katy would still be T10.
                                                    Her album which is *about to* get its 2nd #1 (plus a single that missed T10) has already spent more weeks in the T10 than her last album which scored 6 #1s (plus 2 songs that peaked in the T3).

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