Lady Gaga/Bradley Cooper :: The "A Star Is Born" OST Era

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Postby Moella » Wed Jan 09, 2019 6:10 pm

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Postby innocenteyes » Wed Jan 09, 2019 7:08 pm

nympho wrote:AUSTRALIA Year End Charts
#3 ASIB 8-)

#53 Shallow

Highest position ever for a Gaga album in Australia’s YEC.
The Fame was #9. TFM #6 (charted separately there) and BTW #6.
^ Shallow also came at #5 on the highest selling digital tracks for 2018.
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Postby LostAvenger » Wed Jan 09, 2019 10:35 pm

Canadian 2018 Top 10 Audio Consumption Albums

1 Drake Scorpion 424,000
2 Post Malone Beerbongs & Bentleys 375,000
3 Ed Sheeran Divide 235,000
4 Xxxtentacion ? 174,000
5 Cardi B Invasion Of Privacy 166,000
6 Travis Scott Astroworld 157,000
7 Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Soundtrack 155,000
8 Eminem Kamikaze 152,000
9 Various Artists Black Panther: The Album 147,000
10 Post Malone Stoney 147,000

https://www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/20 ... rt-top-10s
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Postby nympho » Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:36 pm

LostAvenger wrote:Canadian 2018 Top 10 Audio Consumption Albums

7 Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Soundtrack 155,000

https://www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/20 ... rt-top-10s
Damn, my estimation was so on point... :lol:

nympho wrote:My estimation for Canada is 156k, so it should be 2xPlatinum eligible next week or the following.
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Postby theMathematician » Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:51 pm

Great for you! I really wonder whether my estimation for the album in Germany is on point or quite a bit away from it - if only the label dared to apply for the certification :lol: .

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Postby LostAvenger » Wed Jan 09, 2019 11:54 pm

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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 12:06 am

nympho wrote:
LostAvenger wrote:Canadian 2018 Top 10 Audio Consumption Albums

7 Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Soundtrack 155,000

https://www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/20 ... rt-top-10s
Damn, my estimation was so on point... :lol:

nympho wrote:My estimation for Canada is 156k, so it should be 2xPlatinum eligible next week or the following.
Don't forget that this data refers to only audio streaming, sales are not counted, and ASIB is stronger in physical/digital sales, in addition, TEA (10 tracks sales = 1 unit towards Album certification) is also not part of of this data, so I believe that the third platinum is already with us :D
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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:07 am

The biggest selling album of the year is the A Star Is Born soundtrack with album sales of over 92,000 units.

Starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, A Star Is Born spent seven weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, the longest running chart-topping soundtrack since Frozen spent seven weeks at No. 1 in 2014, A Star Is Born was the top selling album in Canada in 2018 with 92,000 units while the lead single, “Shallow,” spent 13 weeks at the top of the Billboard Digital Songs chart.

https://www.nielsen.com/ca/en/insights/ ... -2018.html

So, 92,000 pure + 155,000 from Audio Consumption = 247,000 (3x Platinum elegible - 240,000)
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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:11 am

It will not make sense that A Star Is Born Soundtrack to have "sold" 155,000 units (albums) based on the conversion of streams of audios into albums and in the total sum having only sold 92,000 units

@nympho What do you think about this?
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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:30 am

In addition, Black Panther OST, that made 147,000 in audio consumption, made 159 million on-demand audio streams, so, A Star Is Born OST that made 155,000 in audio consumption, made around 168/170 million on-demand audio streams in less than 3 months in Canada :lol:

https://www.fyimusicnews.ca/articles/20 ... rt-top-10s
https://www.nielsen.com/ca/en/insights/ ... -2018.html
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Postby Moella » Thu Jan 10, 2019 1:37 am


So, 92,000 pure + 155,000 from Audio Consumption = 247,000 (3x Platinum elegible - 240,000)
Isn't the 92k pure part of the 155k Audio Consumption units (another name they gave for SPS)?
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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 2:07 am

Moella wrote:

So, 92,000 pure + 155,000 from Audio Consumption = 247,000 (3x Platinum elegible - 240,000)
Isn't the 92k pure part of the 155k Audio Consumption units (another name they gave for SPS)?
I don't think so, because they made it clear that 155,000 units came only from audio streams, so physical and digital copies of the soundtrack were not counted in those 155,000. Not to mention the TEA: 10 tracks sales = 1 unit towards Album certification, which were also not added in this total of 155,000 :wink:
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Postby nympho » Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:27 am

Million wrote:
Moella wrote:

So, 92,000 pure + 155,000 from Audio Consumption = 247,000 (3x Platinum elegible - 240,000)
Isn't the 92k pure part of the 155k Audio Consumption units (another name they gave for SPS)?
I don't think so, because they made it clear that 155,000 units came only from audio streams, so physical and digital copies of the soundtrack were not counted in those 155,000. Not to mention the TEA: 10 tracks sales = 1 unit towards Album certification, which were also not added in this total of 155,000 :wink:
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No.

What it means is that it sold 155k total units out of which 92,000 were pure sales.
(So 92k pure sales, 63k from SPS).

Maybe the way fyimusic rephrased it confused you, but I think it’s pretty clear. (They also made a mistake calling these Billboard year end charts when they’re the Soundscan year end charts published yesterday, up to 3 January, not the Billboard YEC which were already published and covered up to mid-November).
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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:34 am

nympho wrote:
Million wrote:
Moella wrote:

So, 92,000 pure + 155,000 from Audio Consumption = 247,000 (3x Platinum elegible - 240,000)
Isn't the 92k pure part of the 155k Audio Consumption units (another name they gave for SPS)?
I don't think so, because they made it clear that 155,000 units came only from audio streams, so physical and digital copies of the soundtrack were not counted in those 155,000. Not to mention the TEA: 10 tracks sales = 1 unit towards Album certification, which were also not added in this total of 155,000 :wink:
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No.

What it means is that it sold 155k total units out of which 92,000 were pure sales.
(So 92k pure sales, 63k from SPS).

Maybe the way fyimusic rephrased it confused you, but I think it’s pretty clear. (They also made a mistake calling these Billboard year end charts when they’re the Soundscan year end charts published yesterday, up to 3 January, not the Billboard YEC which were already published and covered up to mid-November).
I think not. They wouldn't make such a big mistake by calling SPS by "Audio Consumption Albums". We're talking about Nielsen Soundscan and what fyimusic did was just going over what they reported, In addition they make it clear that the 155,000 does not include physical / digital / TEA sales in total that data
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Postby nympho » Thu Jan 10, 2019 7:53 am

Million wrote:
I think not. They wouldn't make such a big mistake by calling SPS by "Audio Consumption Albums". We're talking about Nielsen Soundscan and what fyimusic did was just going over what they reported, In addition they make it clear that the 155,000 does not include physical / digital / TEA sales in total that data
Really? Where?

You have on 1st page the weekly sales for Canada.
The weeks it has been #1 we got the real figures. The rest (with a *) are my estimations. Which, as I said, were accurate as they were only 1k higher in total than the now officially confirmed 155k figure.

Canada: 18,000 - 12,000 - 14,000 - 12,000 - 10,500 - 9,000* - 8,500* - 9,000* - 10,000* - 12,000* - 19,000* - 13,000* - 8,000 (155,000)

There’s literally no way it’s the way you’re saying. Unless you’re saying the weekly figures they report each week for the #1 are audio streaming figures only, without sales... which doesn’t make sense at all.

In the Nilsen SoundScan report it says The Greatest Showman has 140,000 “equivalent copies sold”, and that it’s #15 in the year end chart.
The #10 in that “Audio Comsumption Albums” in the fyimusic article is at 147,000.
It’s obvious it’s the same chart. The one covering sales + TEA/SEA.
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Postby Million » Thu Jan 10, 2019 4:25 pm

nympho wrote:
Million wrote:
I think not. They wouldn't make such a big mistake by calling SPS by "Audio Consumption Albums". We're talking about Nielsen Soundscan and what fyimusic did was just going over what they reported, In addition they make it clear that the 155,000 does not include physical / digital / TEA sales in total that data
Really? Where?

You have on 1st page the weekly sales for Canada.
The weeks it has been #1 we got the real figures. The rest (with a *) are my estimations. Which, as I said, were accurate as they were only 1k higher in total than the now officially confirmed 155k figure.

Canada: 18,000 - 12,000 - 14,000 - 12,000 - 10,500 - 9,000* - 8,500* - 9,000* - 10,000* - 12,000* - 19,000* - 13,000* - 8,000 (155,000)

There’s literally no way it’s the way you’re saying. Unless you’re saying the weekly figures they report each week for the #1 are audio streaming figures only, without sales... which doesn’t make sense at all.

In the Nilsen SoundScan report it says The Greatest Showman has 140,000 “equivalent copies sold”, and that it’s #15 in the year end chart.
The #10 in that “Audio Comsumption Albums” in the fyimusic article is at 147,000.
It’s obvious it’s the same chart. The one covering sales + TEA/SEA.
I think you're right :), sorry for this mess but I did not understand why they changed the terms, it all got messed up if you didn't get the weekly sales into the sum.
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Postby Moella » Thu Jan 10, 2019 10:57 pm

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Postby Million » Fri Jan 11, 2019 5:42 am

NEW ZEALAND

01 (01) ASIB (12th week at #1)

07 (06) Shallow
14 (15) ARUTW
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Postby nympho » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:38 pm

SWEDEN
1 (1) 14 ASIB

1 (1) 15 Shallow
19 (15) 13 ARUTW
74 (85) 9 INLA

NETHERLANDS
4 (3) 14 ASIB

12 (19) 14 Shallow (Re-peak)

BELGIUM Flanders
11 (19) 14 ASIB

12 (19) 13 Shallow (New Peak)

BELGIUM Wallonia
13 (20) 14 ASIB

6 (3) 13 Shallow

TAIWAN
1 (1) 14 ASIB

HUNGARY
21 (25) 12 ASIB

2 (4) 14 Shallow
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Postby Moella » Fri Jan 11, 2019 2:59 pm

nympho wrote:SWEDEN

1 (1) 15 Shallow
7 weeks at #1, Her longest running number #1 in Sweden surpassing Bad Romance :D
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Postby nympho » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:16 pm

Moella wrote:
nympho wrote:SWEDEN

1 (1) 15 Shallow
7 weeks at #1, Her longest running number #1 in Sweden surpassing Bad Romance :D
And yet not even certified Gold... :lol:

Taking into account that the song at #8 this week (Forgive me friend), was certified Platinum two weeks ago, on its 12th week on chart, peaking at #7, I guess Shallow with 7 weeks at #1 and 12 in top 3 must be like 3xPlatinum eligible there...

Same for the album. I guess it should be Platimum by now.
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Postby ViviLittleM » Fri Jan 11, 2019 3:30 pm

Top Albums France: #08 A Star Is Born (+2)
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Postby Moella » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:13 pm

Italy Year-end Charts

#48 ASIB
#99 Shallow

Germany

14 (10) 14 ASIB
14 (18) 15 Shallow

Norway
2 (3) 14 ASIB

4 (6) 13 Shallow
29 (36) 8 ARUTW
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Postby ViviLittleM » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:55 pm

Shallow has a new peak in France #5
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Postby theMathematician » Fri Jan 11, 2019 4:58 pm

My German estimations for the album:
5. 29k
5.18k
9. 16k
7. 14k
10. 15k
13. 18k
18. 13k
17. 13k
19. 10k
23. 12k
19. 18k
16. 24k
10. 12k
14. 12k (No. 5 seller!)

(total so far: ~ 224k) - eligible for platinum
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