Jimi Hendrix :: Charts & Sales History

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Postby blackbird » Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:12 pm

Hard Rock Albums U.S. 05/01/2019: Week Ending December 27, 2018

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21 20 38 Jimi Hendrix - Experience Hendrix: The Best Of Jimi Hendrix
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Postby blackbird » Tue Jan 01, 2019 2:18 pm

Hard Rock Album Sales U.S. 05/01/2019: Week Ending December 27, 2018

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21 re 24 Jimi Hendrix - Both Sides Of The Sky
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Postby blackbird » Fri Jan 04, 2019 6:28 pm

Official Physical Singles Chart Top 100 UK: 04 January 2019 - 10 January 2019

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35 57 4 Jimi Hendrix Experience - Live In Europe
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Postby blackbird » Fri Jan 11, 2019 6:31 pm

Official Vinyl Albums Chart Top 40 UK: 11 January 2019 - 17 January 2019

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Postby thebigham » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:53 am

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U.S. Vinyl Album Sales Grew 15% in 2018, Led by the Beatles, Pink Floyd, David Bowie & Panic! at the Disco
1/12/2019 by Keith Caulfield

Vinyl album sales in the U.S. hit their 13th consecutive year of growth, with 'Guardians' being the top-selling LP and "Yellow Submarine” the biggest vinyl single.

Vinyl album sales continue to be a bright spot among an otherwise bleak album sales picture. 16.8 million vinyl albums were sold in 2018, according to Nielsen Music (up 14.6 percent) — marking the 13th consecutive year of growth for the format. 16.8 million is also a new yearly high for vinyl album sales since Nielsen Music began tracking sales in 1991.

Comparatively, overall album sales (vinyl LP, CD, digital, cassette, etc.) in 2018 fell 17.7 percent to 141 million.

Vinyl LP sales accounted for 11.9 percent of all album sales in 2018 (16.8 million of 141 million). In 2017, the format comprised 6.5 percent of album sales.

Nielsen Music’s 2018 tracking year ran from Dec. 29, 2017 through Jan. 3, 2019. Due to a quirk in the calendar, there were 53 weeks in 2018, instead of the usual 52. So, for 2018 volume comparisons to 2017, a corresponding 53-week period is used by Nielsen Music for 2017: Dec. 30, 2016 through Jan. 4, 2018. Numbers in this story are rounded.

Perhaps not surprisingly, vinyl LPs were 19.1 percent of all physical album sales (CDs, LPs, cassettes, etc.) in 2018. That’s a new Nielsen-era record share for the once-dormant format, up from 14 percent in 2017.

Vinyl’s growing share of the physical album market isn’t shocking, considering CD album sales continue to falter.

In total, physical album sales equaled 88 million in 2018, down 15.8 percent. And of that sum, CD album sales were 70.7 million — down 20.9 percent.

The CD format continues to be the leader for all album purchases, while the digital format is the runner-up with 53.4 million digital albums sold in 2018 (down 20.7 percent).

TOP-SELLING VINYL ARTISTS: The top-selling vinyl albums artist in 2018 was the Beatles, with 321,000 copies sold of their catalog on vinyl. Their biggest seller was Abbey Road, which finishes the year as the No. 4 largest-seller, with 76,000 copies. The Fab Four also have two more titles among the year’s top 15-sellers: their self-titled (White Album) is No. 11 (56,000) and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band is No. 13 (50,000).

The top 10-biggest selling vinyl acts of the year are rounded out mostly by classic and veteran rock acts:

1. The Beatles (321,000)
2. Pink Floyd (177,000)
3. David Bowie (150,000)
4. Panic! at the Disco (148,000)
5. Fleetwood Mac (139,000)
6. Led Zeppelin (138,000)
7. Michael Jackson (131,000)
8. Jimi Hendrix (119,000)
9. Metallica (116,000)
10. Queen (113,000)
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Postby blackbird » Sun Jan 13, 2019 1:25 pm

Top 10 Selling Vinyl Singles 2018 U.S.
Rank Artist, Title Sales

1 The Beatles, "Yellow Submarine" 10,000
2 Prince, "Nothing Compares 2 U" 9,000
3 Led Zeppelin, "Rock and Roll"/"Friends" 8,000
4 Sleep, "Leagues Beneath" 5,000
5 Chris Cornell, "When Bad Does Good" 4,000
6 David Bowie, "Let's Dance" (Full Length Demo) 4,000
7 Paul McCartney, "I Don't Know"/"Come On To Me" 4,000
8 U2, "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" 3,000
9 The Jimi Hendrix Experience, "Burning of the Midnight Lamp" 3,000
10 John Williams, "The Rebellion Is Reborn" 3,000

Source: Nielsen Music, for the tracking period Dec. 29, 2017 through Jan. 3, 2019. (Titles listed with the same sales total are not tied, as their exact sales are rounded to the nearest thousand.)
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