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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 3:56 am

Hey guys I'm new here but I used to maintain my own blog dedicated to my weekly favorite tracks and music news. For now I'm taking a break from that so I'll be posting here.

I normally do a singles chart but I'm behind in calculating by a few weeks so for now I'll just be posting my most played albums weekly and previous #1s on the singles chart.

Singles Algorithm: Normally based on library plays, weekly bonuses for tracks with new videos and song streams are worth half value. Top track receives 50 base points and [0.1 x week #]. i.e.: If Uptown Funk is No. 1 and is in its 8th week of charting, it receives 50.08 points. The next week if it repeats at No. 1, it would receive 50.09. This continues all the way down the list to No. 50. Below that, the base point values are more randomized but the weekly bonus is still added. This weekly bonus helps break ties in year-end and mid-year evaluations.

Albums: Purely library plays as tracked by Last.Fm. No streams are counted.
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 3:56 am

Previous #1 Albums (Week Ending/Aritst/Title/Plays)
2/6/16 ANTI Rihanna 19
2/13/16 A Head Full of Dreams Coldplay 34
2/20/16 The Life of Pablo Kanye West 77
2/27/16 A Head Full of Dreams Coldplay 53
3/5/16 A Head Full of Dreams Coldplay 8
3/12/16 untitled unmastered. Kendrick Lamar 63
3/19/16 Currents Tame Impala 103
3/26/16 ANTI Rihanna 70
4/2/16 ANTI Rihanna 27
4/9/16 Currents Tame Impala 66
4/16/16 ANTI Rihanna 77
4/23/16 Honey Katy B 53
4/30/16 Lemonade Beyonce 450*
5/7/16 Lemonade Beyonce 140
5/14/16 A Moon Shaped Pool Radiohead 195
5/21/16 A Moon Shaped Pool Radiohead 59
5/28/16 Skin Flume 52
6/4/16 Skin Flume 31
6/11/16 Coloring Book Chance the Rapper 157
6/18/16 The Human Condition Jon Bellion 32
6/25/16 Beauty Behind the Madness The Weeknd 145
7/2/16 This Is Acting Sia 138
7/9/16 Freetown Sound Blood Orange 190
7/16/16 Blank Face LP ScHoolboy Q 226
7/23/16 The Getaway Red Hot Chili Peppers 165
7/30/16 Blank Face LP ScHoolboy Q 73
8/6/16 The Getaway Red Hot Chili Peppers 27
8/13/16 Delirium Ellie Goulding 24
8/20/16 Suicide Squad Various Artists 85
8/27/16 Blonde Frank Ocean 265
9/3/16 Blonde Frank Ocean 73

*4/30 biggest week of all time; top 4 earned 100+

ALBUM DISCOGRAPHIES
***Artists in lphabetical order, still being actively updated. Charting discographies ranked by peak position then by date of peak if multiple albums reached the same peak***

3 DOORS DOWN
Away From the Sun - No. 26 (6/11/16)

ADELE
19 - No. 7 (6/11/16)
21 - No. 8 (8/20/16)
25 - No. 9 (2/20/16, 3/12/16)

ALESSIA CARA
Know It All - No. 11 (2/13/16)

ALICIA KEYS
As I Am - No. 26 (5/28/16)

ALUNAGEORGE
Body Music - No. 11 (2/20/16)

AMY WINEHOUSE
Frank - No. 6 (7/30/16)

ANDRA DAY
Cheers to the Fall - No. 18 (4/23/16)

ARCTIC MONKEYS
AM - No. 26 (8/13/16)

ARIANA GRANDE
Dangerous Woman - No. 2 (5/28/16)
My Everything - No. 24 (6/4/16)

AVRIL LAVIGNE
Goodbye Lullaby - No. 21 (8/20/16)

AZALEA BANKS
Slay-Z - No. 21 (3/26/16)

BASTILLE
Wild World - No. 3
All This Bad Blood - No. 19 (8/6/16)

BEYONCÉ
Lemonade - No. 1 (5/7-5/14/16)
Beyoncé - No. 4 (5/7/16)
B'Day - No. 8 (3/26/16)
I Am… Sasha Fierce - No. 14 (5/7/16)
4 - No. 15 (8/27/16)
Dangerously in Love - No. 19 (7/9/16)
Irreemplazable - No. 23 (7/16/16)

RIHANNA
ANTI - No. 1 (2/6/16, 3/26-4/2/16, 4/16/16)
Rated R - No. 8 (6/11/16)
Good Girl Gone Bad - No. 10 (4/16/16)
Loud - No. 11 (8/27/16)
Unapologetic - No. 20 (4/9/16)
Talk That Talk - No. 27 (7/23/16)
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 4:06 am

Most Played Albums of the Year (Start: 01/30/16)
1 ANTI Rihanna 977
2 Currents Tame Impala 785
3 Lemonade Beyonce 705
4 This Is Acting Sia 488 (+1)
5 The Life of Pablo Kanye West 425 (-1)
6 Beauty Behind the Madness The Weeknd 407 (+2)
7 untitled unmastered. Kendrick Lamar 406 (-1)
8 Views Drake 401 (-1)
9 A Moon Shaped Pool Radiohead 379 (+1)
10 To Pimp A Butterfly Kendrick Lamar 346 (-1)
11 The Getaway Red Hot Chili Peppers 334 (+4)
12 Coloring Book Chance the Rapper 286 (-1)
13 I Like It When You Are Sleeping... The 1975 269 (-1)
14 Delirium Ellie Goulding 239 (-1)
15 A Head Full of Dreams Coldplay 237 (-1)
16 Dangerous Woman Ariana Grande 233 (+1)
17 Wildheart Miguel 200 (-1)
18 Freetown Sound Blood Orange 190 (NEW)
19 Cry Baby Melanie Martinez 170 (-1)
20 Twenty88 Jhene Aiko & Big Sean 154

Includes all non-streaming/on-demand plays. With Spotify free and Apple Music, titles such as Coloring Book, A Moon Shaped Pool and The Life of Pablo would be higher.

Green and red updates indicate position increases/decreases over the last week.
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 4:45 am

Previous #1 Singles

2012
January 5th – We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris) by Rihanna
January 12th – We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris) by Rihanna
January 19th – Where Have You Been by Rihanna
January 26th – Where Have You Been by Rihanna
February 2nd – Take Care (feat. Rihanna) by Drake
February 9th – Take Care (feat. Rihanna) by Drake
February 16th – Take Care (feat. Rihanna) by Drake
February 23rd – Turn Me On (feat. Nicki Minaj) by David Guetta
March 1st – Turn Me On (feat. Nicki Minaj) by David Guetta
March 8th – What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger) by Kelly Clarkson
March 15th – Glad You Came by The Wanted
March 22nd – What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger) by Kelly Clarkson
March 29th – What Doesn’t Kill You (Stronger) by Kelly Clarkson
April 5th – Glad You Came by The Wanted
April 12th – Glad You Came by The Wanted
April 19th – Payphone by Maroon 5
April 26th – Payphone by Maroon 5
May 3rd – Payphone by Maroon 5
May 10th – Payphone by Maroon 5
May 17th – Where Have You Been by Rihanna
May 24th – Drive By by Train
May 31st – Euphoria by Loreen
June 7th – Euphoria by Loreen
June 14th – Euphoria by Loreen
June 21st – Where Have You Been by Rihanna
June 28th – Lights by Ellie Goulding
July 5th – Lights by Ellie Goulding
July 12th – Lights by Ellie Goulding
July 19th – Lights by Ellie Goulding
July 26th – Wide Awake by Katy Perry
August 2nd – Wide Awake by Katy Perry
August 9th – Titanium (feat. Sia) by David Guetta
August 16th – Titanium (feat. Sia) by David Guetta
August 23rd – Blow Me (One Last Kiss) by P!nk
August 30th – Blow Me (One Last Kiss) by P!nk
September 6th – One More Night by Maroon 5
September 13th – One More Night by Maroon 5
September 20th – Love Somebody by Maroon 5
September 27th – Your Body by Christina Aguilera
October 4th – Your Body by Christina Aguilera
October 11th – Diamonds by Rihanna
October 18th – Diamonds by Rihanna
October 25th – Diamonds by Rihanna
November 1st – Diamonds by Rihanna
November 8th – Diamonds by Rihanna
November 15th – Diamonds by Rihanna
November 22 – Diamonds by Rihanna
November 29th – My Heart Is Refusing Me by Loreen
December 6th – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
December 13th – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
December 20th – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
December 27th – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia

2013
January 3rd – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
January 10th -Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
January 17th – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
January 24th – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia
January 31st – Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch) by Calvin Harris
February 7th – Sweet Nothing (feat. Florence Welch) by Calvin Harris
February 14th – Fix You by Vita Chambers
February 21st – Fix You by Vita Chambers
February 28th – Fix You by Vita Chambers
March 7th – Fix You by Vita Chambers
March 14th – Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
March 21st – Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
March 28th – Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
April 4th – Thrift Shop (feat. Wanz) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
April 11th – I Love It (feat. Charli XCX) by Icona Pop
April 18th – Here’s To Never Growing Up by Avril Lavigne
April 25th – Here’s To Never Growing Up by Avril Lavigne
May 2nd – Here’s To Never Growing Up by Avril Lavigne
May 9th – Here’s To Never Growing Up by Avril Lavigne
May 16th – Figure 8 by Ellie Goulding
May 23rd – Figure 8 by Ellie Goulding
May 30th – Only Teardrops by Emmelie De Forest
June 6th – Only Teardrops by Emmelie De Forest
June 13th – Can’t Hold Us (feat. Ray Dalton) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
June 20th – Can’t Hold Us (feat. Ray Dalton) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
June 27th – Can’t Hold Us (feat. Ray Dalton) by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
July 4th – Red Cup by Katy Tiz
July 11th – Red Cup by Katy Tiz
July 18th – Red Cup by Katy Tiz
July 25th – Red Cup by Katy Tiz
August 1st – Blurred Lines (feat. Pharrell & T.I.) by Robin Thicke
August 8th – Blurred Lines (feat. Pharrell & T.I.) by Robin Thicke
August 15th – Thinking About You (feat. Ayah Marar) by Calvin Harris
August 22nd – Applause by Lady Gaga
August 29th – Applause by Lady Gaga
September 5th – Applause by Lady Gaga
September 12th – Applause by Lady Gaga
September 19th – Applause by Lady Gaga
September 26th – Applause by Lady Gaga
October 3rd – Applause by Lady Gaga
October 10th – Applause by Lady Gaga
October 17th – Applause by Lady Gaga
October 24th – Applause by Lady Gaga
October 31st – Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga
November 7th – Venus by Lady Gaga
November 14th – Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga
November 21st – Applause by Lady Gaga
November 28th – Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga
December 5th – Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga
December 12th – Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga
December 19th – Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga
December 26th – The Monster (feat. Rihanna) by Eminem

2014
January 2nd – The Monster (feat. Rihanna) by Eminem
January 9th – The Monster (feat. Rihanna) by Eminem
January 16th – The Monster (feat. Rihanna) by Eminem
January 23rd – Unconditionally by Katy Perry
January 30th – Unconditionally by Katy Perry
February 6th – Unconditionally by Katy Perry
February 13th – Mind Controller by Ayah Marar
February 20th – Mind Controller by Ayah Marar
February 27th – Mind Controller by Ayah Marar
March 6th – Empire by Shakira
March 13th – Empire by Shakira
March 20th – Counting Stars by OneRepublic
March 27th – Counting Stars by OneRepublic
April 3rd – Empire by Shakira
April 10th – Empire by Shakira
April 17th – Team by Lorde
April 24th – Team by Lorde
May 1st – Team by Lorde
May 8th – Hideaway by Kiesza
May 15th – Hideaway by Kiesza
May 22nd – Hideaway by Kiesza
May 29th – Hideaway by Kiesza
June 5th – Hideaway by Kiesza
June 12th – Hideaway by Kiesza
June 19th – Undo by Sanna Nielsen
June 26th – Undo by Sanna Nielsen
July 3rd – Undo by Sanna Nielsen
July 10th – Maps by Maroon 5
July 17th – Maps by Maroon 5
July 24th – Maps by Maroon 5
July 31st – Maps by Maroon 5
August 7th – Maps by Maroon 5
August 14th – It Was Always You by Maroon 5
August 21st – It Was Always You by Maroon 5
August 28th – It Was Always You by Maroon 5
September 4th – It Was Always You by Maroon 5
September 11th – Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
September 18th – Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
September 25th – Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
October 2nd – Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
October 9th – Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj
October 16th – Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde
October 23rd – Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde
October 30th – Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde
November 6th – Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde
November 13th – Blame (feat. John Newman) by Calvin Harris
November 20th – Under Control (feat. Hurts) by Calvin Harris & Alesso
November 27th – Blame (feat. John Newman) by Calvin Harris
December 4th – Under Control (feat. Hurts) by Calvin Harris & Alesso
December 11th – Blame (feat. John Newman) by Calvin Harris
December 18th – Under Control (feat. Hurts) by Calvin Harris & Alesso
December 25th – Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde

2015
January 1st – Ghost by Ella Henderson
January 8th – Ghost by Ella Henderson
January 15th – Ghost by Ella Henderson
January 22nd – Ghost by Ella Henderson
January 29th – Ghost by Ella Henderson
February 5th – Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson
February 12th – FourFiveSeconds (feat. Kanye West and Paul McCartney) by Rihanna
February 19th – FourFiveSeconds (feat. Kanye West and Paul McCartney) by Rihanna
February 26th – FourFiveSeconds (feat. Kanye West and Paul McCartney) by Rihanna
March 5th – FourFiveSeconds (feat. Kanye West and Paul McCartney) by Rihanna
March 12th – Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson
March 19th – Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson
March 26th – Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson
April 2nd – Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson
April 9th – Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson
April 16th – Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna
April 23rd – Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna
April 30th – Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna
May 7th – Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna
May 14th – Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna
May 21st – Talking Body by Tove Lo
May 28th – Talking Body by Tove Lo
June 4th – Talking Body by Tove Lo
June 11th – Talking Body by Tove Lo
June 18th – The Hills by The Weeknd
June 25th – Talking Body by Tove Lo
July 2nd – The Hills by The Weeknd
July 9th – The Hills by The Weeknd
July 16th – The Hills by The Weeknd
July 23rd – The Hills by The Weeknd
July 30th – The Hills by The Weeknd
August 6th – The Hills by The Weeknd
August 13th – The Hills by The Weeknd
August 20th – The Hills by The Weeknd
August 27th – The Hills by The Weeknd
September 3rd – Body Talk by Foxes
September 10th – Body Talk by Foxes
September 17th – Body Talk by Foxes
September 24th – Can’t Feel My Face by The Weeknd
October 1st – Can’t Feel My Face by The Weeknd
October 8th – Can’t Feel My Face by The Weeknd
October 15th – Hotline Bling by Drake
October 22nd – The Hills by The Weeknd
October 29th – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
November 5th – Hello by Adele
November 12th – Hello by Adele
November 19th – Hello by Adele
November 26th – Hello by Adele
December 3rd – Hello by Adele
December 10th – Hello by Adele
December 17th – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
December 24th – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
December 31st – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding

2016
January 7th – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
January 14th – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
January 21st – Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
January 28th – In the Night by The Weeknd
February 4th – In the Night by The Weeknd
February 11th – In the Night by The Weeknd
February 18th – In the Night by The Weeknd
February 25th - I'm In Control (feat. Popcorn) by AlunaGeorge
March 3rd - I'm In Control (feat. Popcorn) by AlunaGeorge
March 10th - Work (feat. Drake) by Rihanna
March 17th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
March 24th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
March 31st - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
April 7th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
April 14th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
April 21st - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
April 28th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
May 5th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
May 12th - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala
May 19th - This Is What You Came For (feat. Rihanna) by Calvin Harris
May 26th - Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul) by Sia
June 2nd - Cheap Thrills (feat. Sean Paul) by Sia
June 9th - In Common by Alicia Keys
June 16th - In Common by Alicia Keys
June 23rd - In Common by Alicia Keys
June 30th - Into You by Ariana Grande
July 7th - Into You by Ariana Grande
July 14th - Into You by Ariana Grande
July 21st - Into You by Ariana Grande
July 28th - Crash by Usher
August 4th - Into You by Ariana Grande
August 11th - Crash by Usher
August 18th - Crash by Usher
August 25th - Heathens by Twenty One Pilots
September 1st - Heathens by Twenty One Pilots
September 8th - Heathens by Twenty One Pilots
September 15th - Heathens by Twenty One Pilots
September 22nd - Perfect Illusion by Lady Gaga
September 29th - Perfect Illusion by Lady Gaga
October 6th -Perfect Illusion by Lady Gaga
October 13th - Starboy (feat. Daft Punk) by The Weeknd
October 20th - Perfect Illusion by Lady Gaga
October 27th - Perfect Illusion by Lady Gaga
November 3rd - Starboy (feat. Daft Punk) by The Weeknd
November 10th - Starboy (feat. Daft Punk) by The Weeknd
November 17th - Chantaje (feat. Maluma) by Shakira
November 24th - Chantaje (feat. Maluma) by Shakira
December 1st - Chantaje (feat. Maluma) by Shakira
December 8th - Chantaje (feat. Maluma) by Shakira
December 15th - Chantaje (feat. Maluma) by Shakira
December 22nd - Somebody Else by The 1975
December 29th - Somebody Else by The 1975

2017
January 5th - Somebody Else by The 1975
January 12th - Somebody Else by The 1975
January 19th - Shape of You by Ed Sheeran
January 26th - Shape of You by Ed Sheeran
February 2nd - Shape of You by Ed Sheeran
February 9th - I Feel It Coming (feat. Daft Punk) by The Weeknd
February 16th - TBA
February 23rd - TBA
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:02 am

Longest Running No. 1 Singles
11 weeks - Applause by Lady Gaga (2013)
11 weeks - The Hills by The Weeknd** (2015)
9 weeks - The Less I Know the Better by Tame Impala (2016)
8 weeks - Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia (2012-2013)
7 weeks - Diamonds by Rihanna (2012)
7 weeks - Something In the Way You Move by Ellie Goulding* (2015-2016)
6 weeks - Hello by Adele (2015)
6 weeks - Uptown Funk (feat. Bruno Mars) by Mark Ronson (2015)
6 weeks - Hideaway by Kiesza (2014)
6 weeks - Do What U Want (feat. R. Kelly) by Lady Gaga** (2013)
5 weeks - Chantaje (feat. Maluma) by Shakira (2016)
5 weeks - Perfect Illusion by Lady Gaga* (2016)
5 weeks - Into You by Ariana Grande* (2016)
5 weeks - Bitch Better Have My Money by Rihanna (2015)
5 weeks - Talking Body by Tove Lo* (2015)
5 weeks - Ghost by Ella Henderson (2015)
5 weeks - Yellow Flicker Beat by Lorde* (2014)
5 weeks - Bang Bang by Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj (2014)
5 weeks - Maps by Maroon 5 (2014)

All consecutive unless noted.
  • *Two trips to the top slot
  • **Three trips to the top slot

Certification Levels (Songs Only)
[S] = 250 points
[G] = 500 points
[P] = 1000 points
[2xP] = 1250 points
[3xP] = 1300 points
[4xP] = 1350 points
[5xP] = 1375 points
[6xP] = 1400 points
[7xP] = 1425 points
[8xP] = 1450 points
[9xP] = 1475 points
[D] = 1500 points

Top Certified Songs (As of March 2016)
[D] - Habits (Stay High) by Tove Lo, The Hills by The Weeknd, Counting Stars by OneRepublic, Figure 8 by Ellie Goulding, Applause by Lady Gaga and Rather Be by Clean Bandit feat. Jess Glynne.
[8xP] - Rock N Roll by Avril Lavigne
[7xP] - Where Have You Been by Rihanna
[5xP] - Do It Again by Röyksopp & Robyn,B*tch Better Have My Money Rihanna, Payphone by Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa and Lean On by Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat. MØ
[4xP] - Love Me Like You Do by Ellie Goulding and Glow by Ella Henderson
[3xP] - Talking Body by Tove Lo, Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars and Can't Feel My Face by The Weeknd
[2xP] - Hideaway by Kiesza, Fix You by Vita Chambers, Diamonds by Rihanna and more [coming soon].
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 5:24 am

Singles Chart Achievements
As of March 2016

Most Weeks at No. 1 – Applause by Lady Gaga (11 weeks)
Most Consecutive Weeks At #1 – Don’t You Worry Child (feat. John Martin) by Swedish House Mafia (8 weeks)
Most No. 1s – Rihanna (8)
Biggest Jump (One Week) – Are You With Me by Lost Frequencies (58-2)
Longest Climb to #1 – Counting Stars by OneRepublic (No. 1 in 24th week)
Longest Climb to Top 5 – Leaves by Miguel (Top 5 in 33rd Week)
Longest Climb to Top 10 – Leaves by Miguel, Live For the Night by Krewella (Top 10 in 32nd week)Longest Climb to Peak Position – Leaves by Miguel (peaked No. 4 in 35th week)
Most Top 10 Entries – Rihanna (16)
Most Top 5 Entries – Rihanna (16)
Most Total Weeks In the Top 20 – Habits (Stay High) by Tove Lo and Glow by Ella Henderson (32 weeks)
Most Consecutive Weeks In the Top 20 – Habits (Stay High) by Tove Lo (32 weeks)
Most Weeks On the Chart – Figure 8 by Ellie Goulding (67 weeks)
Most Weeks at No. 2 Peak - Adventure of a Lifetime (15 non-consecutive weeks)
Most Consecutive Top 10 Hits – Maroon 5 (12; “Moves Like Jagger” – “Feeling”)
Most Platinum Hits – Rihanna, Calvin Harris, Maroon 5 (6)
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 04, 2016 10:08 pm

Charlie's Top Albums (Week Ending 02 July)
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Recap: Sia scores her first No. 1 album since the chart's January 2016 inception as her collection of rejects (This Is Acting) bumps up 2-1. Prior to this week, the album had previously marked two non-consecutive weeks at a former peak of No. 2, one of which was the chart's premiere week (behind Rihanna's ANTI).

In a strong second place showing, The Red Hot Chili Peppers are up three slots to a new peak of No. 2 with The Getaway. The set, which opened at No. 15 after a single day of plays, was the contender for the top slot at the midweek stage. Unfortunately for the Peppers, it's back to the drawing board to see if they'll snag the penthouse from Sia.

Completing the top 5, Jon Bellion's debut and former No. 1 set The Human Condition rebounds to No. 3 in its third week after a steep fall. Meanwhile, last week's front runner Beauty Behind the Madness slides 1-4 after summiting for a single week. It too had obtained an peak of No. 2 early on in the chart's history (week ending 2/13) and opened at No. 3 behind Sia's album in the first ever frame. Finally, Tame Impala's Currents drops one rung to No. 5. It previously debuted and peaked at No. 1 for two weeks and spent its first 12 weeks in the top 10 (14 total).

Elsewhere, Twenty One Pilots hit a career best of No. 6 with breakout LP Blurryface, The 1975 show gains with their No. 2 debuting (and peaking) sophomore offering (up 4 to No. 9) and Emeli Sande makes a long overdue debut at No. 10 with Our Version of Events.
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Postby Tansike » Tue Jul 05, 2016 6:45 am

Welcome to UKMix & the personal charts section :D

You seem to have an amazing taste when it comes to music!
As for the current album charts, i really like "This Is Acting", "The Getaway", "Beauty Behind The Madness", "Blurryface" and "Our Version Of Events".

Some of the singles chart achievements are great as well. For example GaGa's run at #1 with "Applause". I still remember how obsessed i was with that song when she released it 8-)
Also glad to see how well Ellie did with "Figure 8", and glad she's currently also in the most played albums of the year list with the somehow underrated "Delirium".
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Postby cdschart » Wed Jul 06, 2016 4:44 am

Tansike wrote:Welcome to UKMix & the personal charts section :D

You seem to have an amazing taste when it comes to music!
As for the current album charts, i really like "This Is Acting", "The Getaway", "Beauty Behind The Madness", "Blurryface" and "Our Version Of Events".

Some of the singles chart achievements are great as well. For example GaGa's run at #1 with "Applause". I still remember how obsessed i was with that song when she released it 8-)
Also glad to see how well Ellie did with "Figure 8", and glad she's currently also in the most played albums of the year list with the somehow underrated "Delirium".
Thanks for visiting I'll be sure to comment on your personal chart as well. From what I can tell we have similar favorites :D
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Postby cdschart » Wed Jul 06, 2016 5:49 am

Albums chart preview (week ending 09 July):

At the midweek stage, iconic indie producer Blood Orange looks to snag the top spot. With 78 plays, Freetown Sound leads last week's early contender The Getaway by the Peppers by an astonishing 36%. A defeat would put the Red Hot Chili Peppers in an uncomfortable spot for the third week in a row; despite leading at the top of all three weeks, The Getaway failed to leg its way through each and every week. On a good note, The Getaway is nearing the top 10 for the year to date as it inches towards 300.

Last week's No. 1 (Sia's This Is Acting) slides down to 3 spots to No. 4. Should its position hold, the album will have replicated the fall of The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness, the LP that preceded it at the penthouse.

Blasting back to No. 3 is Ariana Grande's Dangerous Woman and at No. 5 is Rihanna's former four week leader ANTI. The latter is up from No. 23, the former up from No. 29. Also noteworthy, both of these titles could score new certifications this week. Dangerous Woman is headed towards silver (250+ plays) while ANTI could be the chart's first ever platinum album (1000+ plays). At No. 6, Jon Bellion slides back to No. 6, the slot he ranked it two weeks ago (down from No. 3).

Outside the top 10, Lady Gaga's The Fame Monster is up 17-11, The Weeknd crashes 4-15 and Beyonce's Lemonade dips 13-14 to make way for the singer's debut album Dangerously In Love, which debuts at No. 13. Kanye's The Life of Pablo looks to re-enter the chart (currently No. 22), as does Views at No. 23.
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Postby adg » Sun Jul 10, 2016 11:01 pm

Good to see Red Hot Chili Peppers in your chart too. 8-)
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 11, 2016 1:53 am

adg wrote:Good to see Red Hot Chili Peppers in your chart too. 8-)
Hehe yeah this new album from them is really repeat worthy :D
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Postby cdschart » Mon Jul 11, 2016 2:09 am

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Blood Orange’s Freetown Sound debuts atop the tally with a massive 190 plays. That sum marks the second biggest No. 1 opening in the chart’s history and the fourth biggest single week for any album at any position. In both cases, Beyoncé’s out-of-left-field visual offering Lemonade trumps; it previously barreled in at No. 1 with an astonishing 450 plays before settling for a second week sum of 140. Said set steam rolled to 600 by its 15th day.

Also above Freetown Sound are ANTI and Views, which picked up 303 and 213 spins during Beyoncé’s killer first week. At the midweek stage, Sound was headed towards a tight battle with holdover The Getaway (Red Hot Chili Peppers). Freetown debuts in the year to date top 20, appearing at No. 18.

Settling for a strong second this week is Red Hot Chili Peppers’ The Getaway. With 131 plays, the Peppers are actually up a tad from last week’s runner-up finish and The Getaway marks a third straight week of gains as a result. On the year to date chart, the Peppers push 15-11. With two straight weeks in second place and heavy competition next week, I don’t expect RHCP to hit the pinnacle. On a positive note, however, it took Sia’s This Is Acting 15 weeks (including two weeks at No. 2) to top the chart.

Speaking of Acting, last week’s No. 1 album slides 1-3 with 83 plays. With this week, Sia pushes to No. 4 on the year to date chart. It should easily pass 500 cumulative plays next week, to become just the fourth album to receive a gold certification.

Radiohead’s former No. 1 album A Moon Shaped Pool rebounds 8-4 in its 9th week, its highest ranking since the week ending May 28th. It further pushes 10-9 on the YTD chart, passing Kendrick Lamar’s falling To Pimp a Butterfly. Completing the top 5 Tame Impala’s Currents repeats at No. 5, marking a 15th total week in the top 10.

Rihanna’s ANTI rockets 22-6, returning to the top 10 for the first time in weeks. It continues to hold at No. 1 on the YTD list, where it has reigned for 21 straight weeks. A Platinum certification is expected next week. One slot lower, Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman re-enters the top 10 after falling to the chart’s penultimate position (No. 29). It has now spent 5 weeks in the upper echelon, although the first four were all weeks in the top 3.

After a slow start, Blink-182’s California enters at No. 8. It’s the group’s first charting album and despite narrowly making the cut for the top 10, I expect the set to fly even higher in its second outing.

At the end of the top 10, ScHoolBoy Q’s second major label studio set Blank Face LP clocks in at No. 9 with 32 plays. That’s a fantastic start given the album’s limited window for charting (a Friday release against a Saturday chart close). Given my love for Q’s Oxymoron, I’m expecting Blank Face LP to leap up to No. 1 on next week’s list.
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Postby Tansike » Wed Jul 13, 2016 8:05 am

Great design :D

Fantastic climb for "Dangerous Woman"! Also nice to see "This Is Acting" still in the Top3 :)
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Postby cdschart » Thu Jul 21, 2016 11:36 pm

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As expected, ScHoolboy Q’s Blank Face LP takes over the top spot as it blasts 9-1 with 226 plays. Improving 606% over last week, the album surpasses the 250 play barrier to earn a silver certification in just 8 days and enters the year to date top 20 (up 112-14). Said sum is enough to rank as the third highest weekly total ever, knocking Drake’s performance with Views in the week ending April 30 to fourth (213) and Blood Orange’s opening frame with Freetown Sound to fifth (190). Blank also re-writes the record for biggest second week, improving over Lemonade’s second week sum of 140 by 86 points. On the other hand, Lemonade’s 140 reflected days 8-14 in its chart run while the 226 sum for Blank Face LP reflects days 3-9.

Although it’s still very early in Blank Face LP’s chart run, it’s already proving to have more longevity than other albums recording a strong first (and occasionally second) week. For example, Lemonade’s 450 play debut makes up 62% of its performance to date, Views’ 213 play opening accounts for 52% of its sum to date and Freetown Sound’s debut of 190 accounts for 84% (granted the latter is newer). Heading in to its second full week, Blank Face is outpacing all three.

While there wasn’t much of a battle for the top spot, the rest of the entries in the top 5 shuffled around in positions throughout the week. In a shock finish, Blink-182’s California rises 8-2 in its second week as it records 110 points. As a result, Red Hot Chili Peppers dip 2-3 with The Getaway after two weeks in the vice position. At the start of the week, the two albums were expected to land at Nos. 3 and 2 respectively. The Peppers also end their streak of weekly gains as Getaway slips to 100 points (from last week’s 124). Nevertheless, The Getaway becomes the only album to record at least 100 plays in three separate weeks (all are in a row). California moves to No. 26 on the year to date chart while The Getaway blasts to No. 5 as it approaches gold.

Debuting at No. 4 is Shura’s highly underrated debut Nothing’s Real. At the top of the week, Nothing’s Real failed to appear but steadily climbed to No. 6 by the midweek update. It rose as high as No. 2 on Friday before narrowly falling against the Peppers and Blink-182. It attains a debut sum of 90.

Rounding out the top 10, Tame Impala’s Currents is steady at No. 5 with 51 points (down 1%), Blood Orange’s Freetown Sound sinks 1-6 with 42 (down 78%), Radiohead dips 4-7 (33), Sia slides 3-8 (31), Rihanna drops 6-9 and Twenty One Pilots hold at No. 10 with Blurryface (23).

Rihanna notably becomes the first act with a platinum album as ANTI brings its point sum to 1003. Sia's This Is Acting likewise notches a gold certification with 519 since its release.
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Postby Tansike » Wed Jul 27, 2016 10:38 am

Great debut for Shura's debut album!
I never heard a song from her before i checked out the album, so i had no idea what to expect, but i was positively surprised :)

Congrats to Rihanna's "Anti" for the platinum cert. I'm currently listening to it right now, as i need to get into it for her upcoming concert... and it sounds better than i remembered... maybe i'm FINALLY getting into it now :oops:
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Postby cdschart » Thu Aug 18, 2016 5:10 pm

I've been offline a few weeks now I'll be back to regularly posting soon.
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Postby adg » Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:26 am

Great albums from RHCP and Blink 182
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Postby Tansike » Wed Aug 24, 2016 5:30 am

cdschart wrote:01 (03) The Getaway - Red Hot Chili Peppers (171 plays; +71%) [peak 1, 6 weeks]
03 (04) Nothing's Real - Shura (150 plays; +66%) [peak 2, 2 weeks]
05 (08) This Is Acting - Sia (61 plays; +97%) [peak 1, 18 weeks]
07 (11) Beauty Behind the Madness - The Weeknd (42 plays; +90%) [peak 1, 23 weeks]
08 (10) Blurryface - Twenty One Pilots (37 plays; +61%) [peak 6, 5 weeks]
Some great albums! :D
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Postby cdschart » Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:17 pm

Well I'm still not back full time but here are this year's top 'certified albums'.
*Indicates at least halfway to the next certification level/soon to be certified and still actively gaining.

PLATINUM (1000+ plays)
ANTI - Rihanna
CURRENTS - Tame Impala

GOLD (500+ plays)
LEMONADE - Beyoncé*
THIS IS ACTING - Sia
THE GETAWAY - Red Hot Chili Peppers
BLANK FACE LP - ScHoolboy Q
BEAUTY BEHIND THE MADNESS - The Weeknd

SILVER (250+ plays)
A MOON SHAPED POOL - Radiohead*
THE LIFE OF PABLO - Kanye West
UNTITLED. UNMASTERED. - Kendrick Lamar*
VIEWS - Drake
FOR ALL WE KNOW - Nao*
BLONDE - Frank Ocean
TO PIMP A BUTTERFLY - Kendrick Lamar
COLORING BOOK - Chance the Rapper
DELIRIUM - Ellie Goulding
FREETOWN SOUND - Blood Orange
DANGEROUS WOMAN - Ariana Grande
CALIFORNIA - blink-182
BORN THIS WAY - Lady Gaga
SUICIDE SQUAD - Various Artists
NOTHING'S REAL - Shura

BEST OF THE REST (100+ plays)
*only active gainers listed*
BIRDS IN THE TRAP SING MCKNIGHT - Travi$ Scott
THE FAME MONSTER - Lady Gaga
BLURRYFACE - twenty one pilots

GENERAL STATS/NOTES
Lady Gaga and Beyoncé take the cake for most albums with over 100 plays with 3 each. Of the six combined albums, Lemonade rings up the top finish with 787 plays and Gaga's top performer Born This Way is next with 265. B'Day and Beyoncé take the fifth and sixth spots with 102 each. Kendrick Lamar, Rihanna and Frank Ocean are the only other artists to have multiple albums with over 100 plays (2 each).

Nao's debut For All We Know claims 12th place on the running year to date chart with 385 plays. Despite releasing in late July, the record didn't impact until this past week. It debuted at #1 with an astonishing 328 plays and is up to 385 as it heads into its second week. Keep an eye out for this one...

Among the stalled albums, Nothing's Real and Freetown Sound continue to disappoint with weak numbers in the weeks since they first entered the chart. ANTI also continues to struggle in numbers, gaining just a few plays in the past weeks. Similarly, Views, Twenty88, Coloring Book, Wildheart and The Life of Pablo have diminished significantly in plays. The absolute worst performer in the top 30 is Melanie's Cry baby which has held at 172 plays for nearly three months.

Suicide Squad continues to post modest numbers despite being squashed by albums like For All We Know and Blonde, both of which outperformed the soundtrack's cumulative total in their first weeks.

Anyway here's the updated top 15 YTD...

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Postby cdschart » Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:21 pm

adg wrote:Great albums from RHCP and Blink 182
Tansike wrote:
cdschart wrote:01 (03) The Getaway - Red Hot Chili Peppers (171 plays; +71%) [peak 1, 6 weeks]
03 (04) Nothing's Real - Shura (150 plays; +66%) [peak 2, 2 weeks]
05 (08) This Is Acting - Sia (61 plays; +97%) [peak 1, 18 weeks]
07 (11) Beauty Behind the Madness - The Weeknd (42 plays; +90%) [peak 1, 23 weeks]
08 (10) Blurryface - Twenty One Pilots (37 plays; +61%) [peak 6, 5 weeks]
Some great albums! :D
Thank you for the comments I'll be sure to visit your charts as well :)
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Postby cdschart » Sun Sep 11, 2016 9:22 pm

week ending 9/10
No. 1 - For All We Know (Nao)
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Postby Tansike » Wed Sep 14, 2016 9:27 am

Glad to see Sia & The Weekend being two of the most successful albums this year, and also great to read how successful Lady GaGa's album are :D
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Postby phoenix98 » Sat Sep 17, 2016 4:43 pm

Hey Charlie! Your thread title mentions "Top Singles", but I don't see any singles charts here. Has life just gotten in the way of compiling it lately? No pressure - just curious, since I'd definitely comment if I could!

Albums-wise, it's awesome to see ANTI + Lemonade among your Top 5 most-played of 2016! As of right now, ANTI stands at No. 3 for me and Lemonade at No. 6 - but my play counts pale in comparison to yours! :lol:

Those are the only two albums in your Top 15 that I own, but I've definitely enjoyed singles from Sia + Drake this year.
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Postby cdschart » Sat Sep 17, 2016 7:38 pm

phoenix98 wrote:Hey Charlie! Your thread title mentions "Top Singles", but I don't see any singles charts here. Has life just gotten in the way of compiling it lately? No pressure - just curious, since I'd definitely comment if I could!

Albums-wise, it's awesome to see ANTI + Lemonade among your Top 5 most-played of 2016! As of right now, ANTI stands at No. 3 for me and Lemonade at No. 6 - but my play counts pale in comparison to yours! :lol:

Those are the only two albums in your Top 15 that I own, but I've definitely enjoyed singles from Sia + Drake this year.
Thanks for the comment. But yes I have a singles chart and life has gotten in the way. Hoping I'll be back on track within a few weeks :wink:

Yeah both ANTI and Lemonade were some of my favorites earlier this year but I've kinda gotten tired of them so they won't be up there too much longer :lol:
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