US Billboard Charts (09/09/2017)

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Postby trebor » Tue Aug 29, 2017 8:42 pm

^^ @oldbloke
Yes, you are right; have now matched the national sales one by one with Country and Americana.
Had missed The Accidentals' entry on Americana that also ranks lower than #200 but still above "Discs 8.5-12".
(Thanks for double checking)
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:08 am

oldbloke wrote:
trebor wrote:
borderwolf wrote:Is it possible to know if it's Neil Young - Original Release Series Discs 5-8 or Discs 8,5-12?
It's: "Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12"
No, it's the other one…

Official Release Series Discs 5-8 charts at #43 on catalog sales (#137 on cdsingles post) with 1,768 sales

Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12 charts at #42 on rock album sales - sales will be in the region 1,200-1,250.
trebor wrote:^^ @oldbloke
Yes, you are right; have now matched the national sales one by one with Country and Americana.
Had missed The Accidentals' entry on Americana that also ranks lower than #200 but still above "Discs 8.5-12".
(Thanks for double checking)
Thank you, guys!!!
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:15 am

Anyway, this week Neil Young has 3 different albums on the various chart:

Official Release Series Discs 5-8 on Catalog Album Sales
Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12 on Rock Album Sales and Americana/Folk Album Sales
Greatest Hits on Americana/Folk Albums

Not bad for that old musician!
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Postby xrafaelx » Thu Aug 31, 2017 1:07 am

thanks for all charts!!
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Postby thebigham » Thu Aug 31, 2017 4:23 pm

http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/7 ... -surpasses

Billboard 200 Chart Moves: 'Hamilton' Cast Album Hits 100th Chart Week & Surpasses 'Rent' in Total Sales
By Keith Caulfield | August 31, 2017 11:07 AM EDT

Plus: Bonnie Tyler returns to chart after more than 30 years, thanks to the total solar eclipse.

Now, let’s take a closer look at some of the action on the latest Billboard 200 chart:

Original Broadway Cast Recording, Hamilton: An American Musical – No. 24 — The original Broadway cast recording notches its 100th consecutive week on the list, and also surpasses the total album sales of the original Broadway cast album to Rent.

In the latest tracking week (ending Aug. 24), Hamilton sold another 7,000 copies, bringing its total sales to 1.285 million – slightly more than the 1.284 million of Rent (released in 1996).

Hamilton is now the sixth largest selling cast album of the Nielsen Music era (which started in 1991, when the company began electronically tracking music sales).

The top selling cast album in Nielsen Music’s history is the highlights edition of the original London cast recording of The Phantom of the Opera, with 4.97 million sold. (The complete recording of The Phantom of the Opera — which is tracked and charts separately — has sold 503,000 since 1991.)

The Phantom of the Opera (Highlights) is followed by the original Broadway cast recording of Wicked (2.7 million), the original cast recording of Mamma Mia! (1.72 million), the original Broadway cast recording of Les Miserables (1.66 million), the original Broadway cast recording of Jersey Boys (1.44 million) and Hamilton.

Further, Hamilton has sold 297,000 in 2017. It is one of only two cast albums to sell 100,000 copies this year; Dear Evan Hansen, at 116,000, is the other. Those totals also make 2017 the first calendar year since 2011 where two cast albums have cleared 100,000. That year, The Book of Mormon and Wicked respectively sold 182,000 and 133,000.

Taylor Swift, 1989 - No. 64 — Certainly, interest in Taylor Swift spiked during the tracking week, as the superstar cleared her social networks and began teasing fans with cryptic postings. Ultimately, those messages led to a new single, “Look What You Made Me Do,” which was released on Aug. 25. It’s the first single from her upcoming album, Reputation, due out on Nov. 10. Her previous studio set, 1989, climbs from No. 80 to No. 64 with 9,000 units (up 9 percent).

Pink Floyd, The Dark Side of the Moon - No. 89 — The total solar eclipse on Aug. 21 boosts Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side of the Moon album, as it climbs from No. 173 to No. 89 – its highest rank in nearly two years. It last was higher on the Oct. 17, 2015-dated list, when it placed at No. 76. The album climbs on the latest list with 7,000 equivalent album units (up 56 percent).

Shania Twain, Greatest Hits – No. 119 — As promotion ramps up for Twain’s upcoming studio album (Now, due Sept. 29), her Greatest Hits album jumps onto the list at No. 119 (6,000 units; up 88 percent) – its highest rank in more than five years (May 5, 2012; No. 114).

Bonnie Tyler, The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler - No. 180 — Bonnie Tyler returns to the Billboard 200 for the first time in more than 30 years, thanks to the total solar eclipse on Aug. 21. The eclipse generated interest in Tyler’s hit single “Total Eclipse of the Heart,” which in turn moves Tyler’s The Very Best of Bonnie Tyler (which features “Total”) to a debut on the chart at No. 180. It enters with nearly 5,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Aug. 24 – nearly all from TEA and SEA generated by “Total.” In the tracking week, “Total” sold 31,000 downloads and earned 1.4 million on-demand audio streams.

Tyler has been absent from the Billboard 200 since 1986, when Secret Dreams & Forbidden Fire spent eight weeks on the list, peaking at No. 106. Tyler has notched two top 40-charting albums with 1978’s It’s a Heartache (No. 16) and 1983’s Faster Than the Speed of Night (No. 4). The latter set is the studio album that houses “Total,” which spent four weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Aug 31, 2017 6:51 pm

Euro Digital Song Sales

TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
1 1 2 3 What About Us - P!nk
2 New 1 Look What You Made Me Do - Taylor Swift
3 2 1 26 Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
4 5 5 4 New Rules - Dua Lipa
5 4 3 10 Feels - Calvin Harris Featuring Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean
6 3 – 2 Friends - Justin Bieber + BloodPop
7 7 4 10 Subeme La Radio - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox Or Sean Paul
8 6 – 2 Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO & Little Mix
9 8 7 4 Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William
10 10 – 2 More Than Friends - James Hype Featuring Kelli-Leigh
11 11 10 14 Unforgettable - French Montana Featuring Swae Lee
12 9 6 11 Wild Thoughts - DJ Khaled Featuring Rihanna & Bryson Tiller
13 13 15 5 More Than You Know - Axwell & Ingrosso
14 15 14 5 Sun Comes Up - Rudimental Featuring James Arthur
15 14 11 11 Thunder - Imagine Dragons
16 12 8 14 Your Song - Rita Ora
17 18 9 4 Rain - The Script
19 Re-Entry 16 Attention - Charlie Puth
20 16 – 3 Back To You - Louis Tomlinson Featuring Bebe Rexha & Digital Farm Animals
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Postby Miguelito » Thu Aug 31, 2017 7:59 pm

Billboard 200/Catalog Albums Chart Update – September 9, 2017

GLEN CAMPBELL, 1936-2017
Glen Campbell, whose career spanned early Jimmy Webb hits in the late 1960s (Wichita Lineman, Galveston) to the bright sounds of his two #1 hits, Rhinestone Cowboy and Southern Nights, died on August 8 from the effects of Alzheimer’s disease. A virtuoso musician as well as a powerful singer, Campbell also hosted a popular TV variety show, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, from 1969 through 1972. His first-ever Catalog chart entry appeared on the August 26 version, with 20 Greatest Hits coming straight in at #2. A 2010 release entitled simply Greatest Hits also was top 10 on the Catalog Sales chart that week. His last studio album, Adios, was released earlier this year, peaked at #40, and also returned to the chart in the wake of his death.

EMINEM ON TOP
Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits surged from #13 to #1 on the August 26 Catalog chart, denying Glen Campbell a #1 but securing the second Catalog #1 for Eminem, following The Marshall Mathers LP. Eminem is the 43rd artist with more than one #1 on the Catalog chart… Curtain Call had been one of the longest-running Catalog chart entries that hadn’t reached #1. As of August 26, only 13 albums with more chart weeks than Curtain Call had not reached #1… Curtain Call returned to #1 on September 9 after giving way for a week to Sam Hunt’s Montevallo (second week at #1, both this year).

VIVE LE DIFFERENCE
After a record-tying ten straight weeks with the same #1 on Catalog and Catalog Sales, there were differences atop these two charts during each week from August 26 to September 9. Def Leppard’s Hysteria, a long-absent Catalog chart entry, made #1 on Catalog Sales opposite Eminem on August 26, then gave way to Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, which was again #1 on Catalog Sales for the last two weeks… This week, for the first time since April 29, the #1 on each chart was not even in the top 10 of the other chart. On that date, Metallica’s Metallica was the #1 Catalog Sales album (#17 Catalog) and Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city was the #1 Catalog album (#22 Catalog Sales). This week it is the Guardians soundtrack poking in at #13 Catalog, while Curtain Call: The Hits is only the #17 top selling Catalog album… Guardians is starting to separate itself from the pack for most #1 weeks on Catalog Sales in 2017, with eight so far, four more than any other album. On the Catalog chart, the longest running #1 of the year so far, Ed Sheeran’s x, has only 5 #1 weeks.

ERRATA
The number of weeks in a row with more than one Catalog album was incorrectly reported as 123 weeks for Drake as of August 19. It should have been 124 weeks. The total for Drake has been corrected in this report (really!)

MIG’S MILESTONES
Aug 26: Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours reaches 100 weeks in the top 200 while in Catalog status… Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city reaches 250 weeks on the BB200 overall... Linkin Park’s [Hybrid Theory] reaches 350 weeks on the Catalog chart. It has 365 weeks on Catalog Sales… Both Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 and the Notorious B.I.G.’s Greatest Hits reach 50 weeks on the Catalog chart… Eminem’s The Marshall Mathers LP reaches 250 weeks on the Catalog Sales chart.
Sep 2: Drake’s Nothing Was The Same and Lady Gaga’s The Fame simultaneously reach the 200 week mark for weeks in the top 200 sellers.
Sep 9: Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronicle reaches 500 weeks in the top 200 as a Catalog album, a level reached previously by only Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend and Journey’s Greatest Hits. Billboard has listed this album for 329 weeks on the Billboard 200 since 2009, and for 171 weeks on the Comprehensive chart (2003-2009). Chronicle’s original BB200 run was 30 weeks in the mid-1970s. Despite its age, Chronicle is the fifth longest-chart BB200 album of this decade, trailing only the Marley and Journey albums, Adele’s 21 and Bruno Mars’ Doo-Wops & Hooligans… Speaking of Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans reaches 250 weeks on the BB200 as a Catalog album (338 overall)… Michael Jackson’s Thriller reaches 350 weeks in the top 200 of a Billboard album sales chart. It had 122 weeks in its original BB200 run, 47 weeks on the Comprehensive chart, and 181 weeks on the BB200 since Catalog albums were readmitted in late 2009… Bryson Tiller’s T R A P S O U L reaches 100 weeks on the BB200, all consecutive since its 2016 debut.

NEW ON THE CHARTS
Aug 26: Glen Campbell’s 20 Greatest Hits (#2), Kevin Gates’ Islah (#34), and Charlie Puth’s Nine Track Mind (#44) debut on the Catalog chart… The same three albums enter the BB200 as Catalog albums, along with Def Leppard’s Hysteria… Glen Campbell’s 20 Greatest Hits (2000) and Greatest Hits (2011) are both debuts on Catalog Sales.
Sep 2: The Catalog Sales chart sees new entries from Lauren Daigle’s How Can It Be (#40) and Austra, an electronica band, reaching the chart with 2013’s Olympia (#42).
Sep 9: Old Dominion’s Meat And Candy is a new entry on the Catalog (#33) and Catalog Sales (#23) charts. It got its first BB200 week in Catalog status on July 29… Also debuting on the Catalog Sales chart is Neil Young’s Official Release Series Discs 5-8 (#43). This is a combination of Time Fades Away, On The Beach, Tonight’s The Night, and Zuma… Bonnie Tyler’s The Very Best Of Bonnie Tyler enters the BB200 in Catalog status at #180. This appears to be the 1993 version that was originally released only internationally. In any case, it makes its first BB200 appearance, and I’m sure is the first catalog album to return to the charts as a result of a solar eclipse (the lion’s share of its points would have been from “Total Eclipse Of The Heart”).

WANDERING STARS – Reserved for long-absent albums returning to the charts:
Aug 26: The only far out return on any chart is Def Leppard’s Hysteria, back on Catalog and Catalog Sales for the first time since March 19, 1994. Hysteria was #33 on the first Catalog chart, May 25, 1991.
Sep 2: Elton John’s Rocket Man: Number Ones returns to the Catalog chart for the first time since 2014. Despite that, it’s logged 16 BB200 weeks since the beginning of 2015… Lionel Richie’s The Definitive Collection and Earth, Wind & Fire’s Greatest Hits both appear on the BB200, Catalog and Catalog Sales charts for the first time this year… Returning to the Catalog chart for the first time in 2017 is Elvis Presley’s Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits… Returning to the Catalog Sales chart for the first time in 2017 are the Lionel Richie and Earth, Wind & Fire albums aforementioned, Alan Jackson’s Precious Memories, and (for the first time since 2015) Stevie Wonder’s The Definitive Collection.
Sep 9: Three country albums make their first Catalog Sales appearance since 2015: Shania Twain’s Greatest Hits, Eric Church’s Chief, and Luke Bryan’s Tailgates & Tanlines… Returning from even farther out is another country selection, Keith Urban’s Greatest Hits, reaching the tally for the first time since 2013.

CATALOG NOTES – From the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts – Parenthetical numbers are overall weeks in the top 10 followed by 2017 weeks in the top 10:
Aug 26: Catalog: Glen Campbell’s 20 Greatest Hits (#2) reaches the top 10 in its first chart week, while Def Leppard’s Hysteria (#10) collects its 10th top 10 week; its other 9 were in a consecutive top 10 run over 25 years ago, from April to June 1992… Also returning to the top 10 are Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits (#1, 39/5), and Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend (#8, 803/15), extending its top 10 weeks record.
Catalog Sales: Glen Campbell’s 20 Greatest Hits (#4) and Greatest Hits (a 1971 release, #9) are debut albums coming in within the top 10, and Def Leppard’s Hysteria (#1) becomes the group’s second #1 album and also breaks the same long top 10 drought as on the Catalog chart… Also returning to the top 10 is Johnny Cash’s The Legend Of Johnny Cash (#10, 103/23).
Sep 2: Catalog: Taylor Swift’s 1989 (#9, 9/8) and 2Pac’s Greatest Hits (#10, 13/12) return to the top 10… Making way for these albums are Glen Campbell’s 20 Greatest Hits, falling from #2 to #48, and Def Leppard’s Hysteria, falling off the chart from #10… Sam Hunt’s Montevallo logs its 26th consecutive week in the top 10 (at #1 no less), the first top 10 run that long since Adele’s 21 had a 26-week run from November 2015 through April 2016. It’s only the sixth 26+ week run in the top 10 that was wholly or partially in this decade.
Catalog Sales: Lionel Richie’s The Definitive Collection re-enters the chart at #8, its first top 10 week of 2017 and 7th overall… Also returning to the top 10 are Guns ‘N Roses’ Greatest Hits (151/3) and Sam Hunt’s Montevallo (4/4)… Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 joins Metallica’s Metallica with a 26-week top 10 run (and also returns to #1). Metallica’s top 10 run is 33 weeks and counting.
Sep 9: Catalog: No turnover in the top 10 of the Catalog chart this week. Ed Sheeran’s x logs its 13th straight week in the top 10.
Catalog Sales: Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon (473/2) surges to #2 to lead four returning entries in the top 10… Shania Twain’s Greatest Hits is right behind at #3, one off its peak position, and its third top 10 week overall (first since May 21, 2011)… The other returning entries are recent country perennials: Garth Brooks’ The Ultimate Hits (44/21) and Johnny Cash’s The Legend Of Johnny Cash (104/24). Until Glen Campbell on August 26, these were the only two albums to reach the top of the Country Catalog Albums chart (which is still run by sales only) in 2017.

TOP CATALOG ALBUMS WITH NO TOP 10 WEEKS IN 2017 / NO TOP 10 WEEKS EVER – From the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts – Numbers in parentheses are overall chart weeks, overall top 10 weeks, weeks on chart in 2017, overall peak position, 2017 peak position, current position. If the top album with no 2017 top 10 weeks is the same as the album with no top 10 weeks overall, only one is shown:
Aug 26: Catalog: Guns ‘N Roses, Greatest Hits (412/148/30/#1/#14/#15)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (3/0/3/#16/#16/#16)
Catalog Sales: Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits (226/34/14/#2/#12/#12)
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd (55/0/30/#11/#11/#24)
Sep 2: Catalog: Guns ‘N Roses, Greatest Hits (413/148/31/#1/#13/#13)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (4/0/4/#15/#15/#15)
Catalog Sales: Prince, The Very Best Of Prince (110/33/13/#1/#17/#15)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (4/0/4/#28/#28/#28)
Sep 9: Catalog: Imagine Dragons, Night Visions (87/27/31/#1/#11/#14)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (5/0/5/#15/#15/#16)
Catalog Sales: Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits (228/34/16/#2/#12/#17)
Lynyrd Skynyrd, Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd (57/0/32/#11/#11/#24)

UPCOMING CATALOG REPORT
Albums more than 78 weeks separated from their chart debut on the charts of the last three weeks that were on the Billboard 200 but not in Catalog status:
1. J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (chart debut: December 27, 2014). Chart weeks: 142. Has spent 25 weeks in Catalog status but is back at current status.
2. Chris Stapleton, Traveller (chart debut: May 23, 2015). Chart weeks: 102.
3. Twenty One Pilots, Blurryface (chart debut: June 6, 2015). Chart weeks: 119.
4. Luke Bryan, Kill The Lights (chart debut: August 29, 2015). Chart weeks: 107.
5. The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness (chart debut: September 19, 2015). Chart weeks: 104 (including one in Catalog status).
6. Hamilton: An American Musical (cast recording) (chart debut: October 17, 2015). Chart weeks: 100. It's the highest charting album on this list, at #24.
7. Thomas Rhett, Tangled Up (chart debut: October 17, 2015). Chart weeks: 100.
8. Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood (chart debut: November 21, 2015). Chart weeks: 91.
9. Adele, 25 (chart debut: December 12, 2015). Chart weeks: 92.
10. Brothers Osborne, Pawn Shop (chart debut: February 6, 2016). Chart weeks: 25 (but 18 this year).
11. ANTI, Rihanna (chart debut: February 13, 2016). Chart weeks: 83.

CHART MULTIPLES UPDATE
Fourteen artists had multiple Catalog albums on the charts (Billboard 200 and Catalog Album Sales) on Aug 26, 14 on Sep 2, and 12 on Sep 9:
(Artist Legend: Artist (number of consecutive weeks on list))
(Legend: Album a/b/c (d/e/f), a=Catalog, b=Catalog rank on BB200, c=BB200, d/e/f=(a/b/c from last week))
Drake (127): Take Care -/7/73 (-/7/75), If You're Reading This It's Too Late -/23/117 (-/25/119), Nothing Was The Same -/24/118 (-/23/117)
Bruno Mars (37): Doo-Wops & Hooligans -/15/102 (45/14/94), Unorthodox Jukebox -/36/151 (-/30/134)
Metallica (36): Metallica 4/22/116 (6/24/118), Master Of Puppets 18/-/- (13/-/-), …And Justice For All 24/-/- (20/-/-), Ride The Lightning 26/-/- (21/-/-)
Eminem (36): Curtain Call: The Hits 17/1/43 (19/2/43), The Eminem Show 37/50/170 (50/58/179), Recovery -/51/171 (-/50/168), The Marshall Mathers LP 2 -/58/181 (-/66/189)
The Beatles (36): Abbey Road 42/30/133 (-/39/149), "1" -/40/157 (-/37/147), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 6/44/164 (3/27/125)
Kendrick Lamar (34): good kid, m.A.A.d city -/6/72 (-/6/73), To Pimp A Butterfly -/60/183 (-/57/176)
Imagine Dragons (17): Night Visions -/14/97 (-/16/99), Smoke + Mirrors -/71/198 (-/72/195)
Ed Sheeran (8): "x" 21/3/60 (24/4/59), "+" -/64/189 (-/59/180)
Linkin Park (6): [Hybrid Theory] 7/10/88 (2/3/56), Meteora 45/39/154 (22/22/116)
Lynyrd Skynyrd (3): All Time Greatest Hits -/66/192 (-/56/175), Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd 22/-/- (32/-/-)
Luke Bryan (1): Crash My Party 31/27/127 (-/32/138), Tailgates & Tanlines 50/-/- (re-entry)
Michael Jackson (1): The Essential Michael Jackson -/28/128 (re-entry), Thriller -/56/179 (-/55/174)
More than 2 albums: Eminem (5 on Aug 26, 4 on Sep 2, 9); Drake (4 on Aug 26, Sep 2, 3 on Sep 9); Metallica (4 on Aug 26, Sep 2, 9); The Beatles (3 on Aug 26, Sep 2, 9); Linkin Park (3 on Aug 26)
Dropping out: Fleetwood Mac (Aug 26 after 4 weeks); Dr. Dre (Aug 26 after 4 weeks); Glen Campbell (Sep 2 after 1 week); Michael Jackson (Sep 2 after 1 week); Guns 'N Roses (Sep 9 after 4 weeks); Future (Sep 9 after 2 weeks); ABBA (Sep 9 after 1 week); Prince (Sep 9 after 1 week)

Number of Weeks with Multiple Catalog Albums on Catalog (Sales) or BB200 Chart, 2017:
36: The Beatles, Drake, Eminem, Bruno Mars, Metallica
34: Kendrick Lamar
30: Michael Jackson
28: Ed Sheeran
21: Beyonce
19: Future
17: Imagine Dragons
16: Eagles
13: Kanye West
11: Fleetwood Mac
10: Guns 'N Roses
9: J. Cole
8: Lynyrd Skynyrd, George Michael, Prince
7: Linkin Park, Panic! At The Disco
4: 2Pac, Dr. Dre
3: Nirvana, Soundgarden, Taylor Swift
2: ABBA, Adele, The Allman Brothers Band, Chris Cornell, Journey, Lady Gaga, The Notorious B.I.G., Pentatonix, Elvis Presley, Simon & Garfunkel
1: The Bee Gees, Zac Brown Band, Luke Bryan, Glen Campbell, Bing Crosby, Disturbed, Fall Out Boy, Gorillaz, Green Day, Elton John, Logic, Maroon 5, New Edition, Pink Floyd, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Frank Sinatra, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Twenty One Pilots, The Weeknd

Here are the catalog albums on this week's Billboard 200 and Catalog (Sales) charts (last three weeks combined).

Format Example:
80 75 100 (8 6 20) (5 4 18) Greatest Hits,That One Group [110, 210, #60] (100, #3, 2001) (Wks: 120/55)
80 75 100 = Billboard 200, last 3 weeks most recent first
(8 6 20) = Catalog rank and Billboard 200 rank relative to other Catalog albums only, last 3 weeks most recent first
(5 4 18) = Catalog Sales rank, last 3 weeks most recent first, followed by title and artist
[110, 210, #60] = Billboard 200 weeks as Catalog, Total BB200 weeks, BB200 peak as Catalog (these use Comprehensive from Nov '03 to Nov '09)
(100, #3, 2001) = Billboard 200 weeks on chart and peak before becoming Catalog, and debut year
(Wks: 120/55) = Catalog (proper) weeks on chart and in Catalog (proper) Top 10
[20CMTMC/TCC = 20th Century Masters -- The Millennium/Christmas Collection]

    43 43 41 (1 2 1) (17 19 12) Curtain Call: The Hits, Eminem [295, 353, #40] (69, #1, 2005) (Wks: 244/41)
    48 41 51 (2 1 4) (12 10 18) Montevallo, Sam Hunt [47, 148, #41] (101, #3, 2014) (Wks: 40/30)
    60 59 68 (3 4 6) (21 24 28) x, Ed Sheeran [72, 166, #21] (94, #1, 2014) (Wks: 56/31)
    64 80 84 (4 9 12) (- - -) 1989, Taylor Swift [40, 141, #31] (101, #1, 2014) (Wks: 29/10)
    70 67 61 (5 5 5) (- - -) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection, Queen [87, 87, #58] (1, #48, 2002) (Wks: 20/10)
    72 73 69 (6 6 7) (- - 40) good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar [172, 252, #27] (80, #2, 2012) (Wks: 106/40)
    73 75 76 (7 7 9) (- - -) Take Care, Drake [164, 234, #47] (70, #1, 2011) (Wks: 76/26)
    82 77 70 (8 8 8) (8 7 7) Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers, Bob Marley & The Wailers [618, 618, #5] (113, #54, 1984) (Wks: 1274/805)
    86 82 81 (9 10 11) (19 16 21) Greatest Hits, 2Pac [129, 129, #31] (76, #3, 1998) (Wks: 145/14)
    88 56 46 (10 3 3) (7 2 3) [Hybrid Theory], Linkin Park [169, 169, #8] (103, #2, 2000) (Wks: 352/71)
    89 173 - (11 54 -) (2 11 31) The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd [486, 486, #12] (741, #1, 1973) (Wks: 1199/471)
    91 90 92 (12 12 14) (- - -) T R A P S O U L, Bryson Tiller [27, 100, #47] (73, #8, 2015) (Wks: 27/15)
    96 87 113 (13 11 24) (1 1 2) Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack [27, 109, #20] (82, #1, 2014) (Wks: 52/16)
    97 99 104 (14 16 19) (- - -) Night Visions, Imagine Dragons [143, 256, #20] (113, #2, 2012) (Wks: 87/27)
    102 94 96 (15 14 17) (- 45 -) Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Bruno Mars [250, 338, #11] (88, #3, 2010) (Wks: 192/77)
    104 96 95 (16 15 16) (41 28 30) Death Of A Bachelor, Panic! At The Disco [5, 84, #95] (79, #1, 2016) (Wks: 5/0)
    106 110 117 (17 20 26) (- - -) Purpose, Justin Bieber [15, 93, #81] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 15/0)
    107 107 108 (18 19 22) (- - -) Greatest Hits So Far…, Zac Brown Band [60, 133, #69] (73, #20, 2014) (Wks: 35/1)
    108 101 102 (19 17 18) (20 18 22) Journey's Greatest Hits, Journey [584, 584, #18] (92, #10, 1988) (Wks: 1117/464)
    111 91 94 (20 13 15) (15 9 11) Greatest Hits, Guns 'N Roses [431, 569, #3] (138, #3, 2004) (Wks: 414/148)
    112 112 105 (21 21 20) (14 14 13) Chronicle -- The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival [500, 500, #14] (30, #100, 1976) (Wks: 912/103)
    116 118 114 (22 24 25) (4 6 6) Metallica, Metallica [324, 324, #51] (281, #1, 1991) (Wks: 815/339)
    117 119 126 (23 25 29) (- - -) If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Drake [55, 133, #58] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 33/4)
    118 117 119 (24 23 27) (- - -) Nothing Was The Same, Drake [126, 201, #46] (75, #1, 2013) (Wks: 31/1)
    119 - - (25 - -) (3 - -) Greatest Hits, Shania Twain [13, 68, #66] (65, #2, 2004) (Wks: 25/2)
    123 104 111 (26 18 23) (5 5 8) All-Time Greatest Hits, Neil Diamond [8, 38, #87] (30, #15, 2014) (Wks: 6/0)
    127 138 181 (27 32 55) (31 - -) Crash My Party, Luke Bryan [97, 206, #88] (109, #1, 2013) (Wks: 38/0)
    128 - - (28 - -) (- - -) The Essential Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson [223, 228, #2] (6, #96, 2005) (Wks: 260/67)
    129 128 131 (29 28 30) (- - -) DS2, Future [32, 110, #68] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 31/4)
    133 149 167 (30 39 51) (42 - -) Abbey Road, The Beatles [111, 111, #3] (129, #1, 1969) (Wks: 331/36)
    134 132 134 (31 29 32) (- - -) Badlands, Halsey [23, 104, #74] (81, #2, 2015) (Wks: 23/1)
    137 123 152 (32 26 39) (48 30 -) Rumours, Fleetwood Mac [102, 102, #11] (134, #1, 1977) (Wks: 174/30)
    138 170 - (33 52 -) (23 - -) Meat And Candy, Old Dominion [3, 66, #138] (63, #16, 2015) (Wks: 1/0)
    147 141 168 (34 33 52) (- - -) In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith [80, 167, #52] (87, #2, 2014) (Wks: 38/1)
    150 137 137 (35 31 33) (44 37 39) Vessel, Twenty One Pilots [131, 158, #21] (27, #58, 2013) (Wks: 128/77)
    151 134 156 (36 30 42) (- - -) Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars [96, 186, #46] (90, #1, 2012) (Wks: 58/6)
    152 142 138 (37 34 34) (- - -) Islah, Kevin Gates [3, 82, #138] (79, #2, 2016) (Wks: 3/0)
    153 - 149 (38 - 38) (- - -) Mothership, Led Zeppelin [168, 244, #20] (78, #7, 2007) (Wks: 195/9)
    154 116 86 (39 22 13) (45 22 16) Meteora, Linkin Park [19, 91, #11] (104, #1, 2003) (Wks: 44/4)
    157 147 165 (40 37 49) (- - -) 1, The Beatles [421, 421, #4] (104, #1, 2000) (Wks: 519/177)
    159 156 158 (41 42 44) (- - -) Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth [3, 82, #156] (79, #6, 2016) (Wks: 3/0)
    162 152 107 (42 41 21) (- - 20) Greatest Hits, The Notorious B.I.G. [84, 93, #48] (13, #1, 2007) (Wks: 52/10)
    163 145 160 (43 36 46) (- - -) Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits, Blake Shelton [14, 92, #125] (78, #5, 2015) (Wks: 12/0)
    164 125 124 (44 27 28) (6 3 5) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles [50, 50, #3] (175, #1, 1967) (Wks: 268/32)
    165 143 145 (45 35 36) (- 46 47) 21, Adele [195, 340, #9] (145, #1, 2011) (Wks: 194/87)
    166 148 166 (46 38 50) (- - -) Here's To The Good Times, Florida Georgia Line [134, 237, #50] (103, #4, 2012) (Wks: 74/7)
    167 162 - (47 46 -) (- - -) Rocket Man: Number Ones, Elton John [56, 84, #45] (31, #9, 2007) (Wks: 64/12)
    168 - - (48 - -) (- - -) Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection, Bon Jovi [37, 79, #63] (42, #5, 2010) (Wks: 28/5)
    169 171 157 (49 53 43) (- - -) Handwritten, Shawn Mendes [40, 119, #107] (79, #1, 2015) (Wks: 14/0)
    170 179 133 (50 58 31) (37 50 14) The Eminem Show, Eminem [232, 254, #47] (104, #1, 2002) (Wks: 247/56)
    171 168 162 (51 50 48) (- - -) Recovery, Eminem [216, 293, #55] (77, #1, 2010) (Wks: 114/19)
    173 160 193 (52 44 64) (33 33 -) Ultimate Sinatra, Frank Sinatra [8, 39, #160] (31, #32, 2015) (Wks: 2/0)
    175 151 147 (53 40 37) (- - -) Born To Die, Lana Del Rey [154, 290, #53] (136, #2, 2012) (Wks: 79/8)
    177 159 153 (54 43 40) (- - -) Cry Baby, Melanie Martinez [25, 106, #79] (81, #6, 2015) (Wks: 21/0)
    178 169 171 (55 51 53) (- - -) The Fame, Lady Gaga [52, 201, #6] (149, #2, 2008) (Wks: 34/2)
    179 174 154 (56 55 41) (- - 26) Thriller, Michael Jackson [228, 228, #2] (122, #1, 1982) (Wks: 383/90)
    180 - - (57 - -) (- - -) The Very Best Of Bonnie Tyler, Bonnie Tyler [1, 1, #180] (N/A, 1993) (Wks: 0/0)
    181 189 - (58 66 -) (- - -) The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem [103, 181, #77] (78, #1, 2013) (Wks: 8/0)
    182 197 198 (59 73 68) (- - -) Nevermind, Nirvana [123, 123, #13] (252, #1, 1991) (Wks: 142/14)
    183 176 159 (60 57 45) (- - 38) To Pimp A Butterfly, Kendrick Lamar [44, 122, #50] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 16/2)
    184 184 197 (61 61 67) (- - -) Trilogy, The Weeknd [137, 178, #37] (41, #4, 2012) (Wks: 28/1)
    186 185 182 (62 62 56) (- - -) 35 Biggest Hits, Tim McGraw [8, 28, #154] (20, #47, 2015) (Wks: 3/0)
    188 193 189 (63 70 62) (35 34 32) Greatest Hits, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [194, 194, #12] (154, #5, 1993) (Wks: 633/69)
    189 180 196 (64 59 66) (- - -) +, Ed Sheeran [146, 221, #28] (75, #5, 2012) (Wks: 108/38)
    191 181 183 (65 60 57) (- - -) Greatest Hits, Red Hot Chili Peppers [109, 139, #31] (36, #18, 2003) (Wks: 89/8)
    192 175 190 (66 56 63) (- - -) All Time Greatest Hits, Lynyrd Skynyrd [76, 76, #56] (N/A, 2000) (Wks: 181/3)
    193 188 194 (67 65 65) (- - -) Hozier, Hozier [55, 137, #113] (82, #2, 2014) (Wks: 11/0)
    194 - - (68 - -) (- - -) Under Pressure, Logic [39, 63, #133] (24, #4, 2014) (Wks: 2/0)
    195 192 186 (69 69 59) (- - -) When It's Dark Out, G-Eazy [12, 90, #160] (78, #5, 2015) (Wks: 2/0)
    196 190 - (70 67 -) (- - -) Because The Internet, Childish Gambino [59, 134, #88] (75, #7, 2013) (Wks: 6/1)
    198 195 199 (71 72 69) (- - -) Smoke + Mirrors, Imagine Dragons [17, 81, #118] (64, #1, 2015) (Wks: 9/0)
    200 164 - (72 47 -) (- - -) Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits, Elvis Presley [68, 106, #55] (99, #1, 2002) (Wks: 155/8)
    - 161 - (- 45 -) (- 26 -) Greatest Hits, Earth, Wind & Fire [17, 17, #40] (N/A, 1998) (Wks: 23/2)
    - 166 43 (- 48 2) (- 38 4) 20 Greatest Hits, Glen Campbell [2, 2, #43] (N/A, 2000) (Wks: 2/1)
    - 167 - (- 49 -) (- 8 -) The Definitive Collection, Lionel Richie [26, 50, #60] (55, #19, 2003) (Wks: 84/6)
    - 186 184 (- 63 58) (- - -) Graduation, Kanye West [73, 118, #120] (52, #1, 2007) (Wks: 4/0)
    - 187 188 (- 64 61) (- - -) What A Time To Be Alive, Drake & Future [19, 96, #109] (77, #1, 2015) (Wks: 10/0)
    - 191 - (- 68 -) (- - -) The Hits, Billy Joel [13, 14, #34] (1, #193, 2011) (Wks: 3/2)
    - 194 187 (- 71 60) (- - -) This Is Acting, Sia [3, 81, #175] (78, #4, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 200 200 (- 74 70) (- - -) Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975, Eagles [94, 94, #11] (133, #1, 1976) (Wks: 454/174)
    - - 79 (- - 10) (16 4 1) Hysteria, Def Leppard [1, 1, #79] (133, #1, 1987) (Wks: 130/10)
    - - 142 (- - 35) (- - 41) Dr. Dre -- 2001, Dr. Dre [70, 70, #55] (93, #2, 1999) (Wks: 45/3)
    - - 161 (- - 47) (38 44 44) American Idiot, Green Day [45, 137, #41] (101, #1, 2004) (Wks: 82/5)
    - - 179 (- - 54) (- - -) Minutes To Midnight, Linkin Park [38, 131, #27] (93, #1, 2007) (Wks: 56/8)
    - - - (- - -) (9 25 29) The Ultimate Hits, Garth Brooks [69, 145, #14] (78, #3, 2007) (Wks: 166/28)
    - - - (- - -) (10 12 10) The Legend Of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash [191, 267, #38] (78, #5, 2005) (Wks: 195/82)
    - - - (- - -) (11 15 15) Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Prince & The Revolution [52, 52, #2] (72, #1, 1984) (Wks: 103/22)
    - - - (- - -) (13 36 35) Icon: Greatest Hits, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band [373, 373, #60] (114, #8, 1994) (Wks: 794/382)
    - - - (- - -) (18 13 17) Master Of Puppets, Metallica [66, 66, #95] (72, #29, 1986) (Wks: 557/52)
    - - - (- - -) (22 32 24) Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lynyrd Skynyrd [3, 11, #138] (8, #145, 2011) (Wks: 26/0)
    - - - (- - -) (24 20 23) …And Justice For All, Metallica [44, 44, #91] (83, #6, 1988) (Wks: 590/76)
    - - - (- - -) (25 23 19) The Doors (1967), The Doors [1, 1, #N/A] (121, #2, 1967) (Wks: 7/1)
    - - - (- - -) (26 21 25) Ride The Lightning, Metallica [10, 10, #48] (50, #100, 1984) (Wks: 466/9)
    - - - (- - -) (27 40 -) How Can It Be, Lauren Daigle [0, 105, #N/A] (105, #28, 2015) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (28 47 42) A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979, The Allman Brothers Band [2, 2, #39] (N/A, 1991) (Wks: 3/1)
    - - - (- - -) (29 - -) Greatest Hits, Keith Urban [1, 44, #147] (63, #11, 2007) (Wks: 6/0)
    - - - (- - -) (30 - -) The Very Best Of Dwight Yoakam, Dwight Yoakam [10, 20, #111] (12, #87, 2004) (Wks: 74/7)
    - - - (- - -) (32 27 34) Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits, Simon & Garfunkel [33, 33, #42] (127, #5, 1972) (Wks: 117/4)
    - - - (- - -) (34 - -) Chief, Eric Church [42, 154, #69] (112, #1, 2011) (Wks: 36/3)
    - - - (- - -) (36 - -) Ultimate Alabama: 20 #1 Hits, Alabama [1, 5, #178] (4, #52, 2004) (Wks: 1/0)
    - - - (- - -) (39 31 36) WHOLETONES: The Healing Frequency Music Project, Michael S. Tyrrell [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 2014) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (40 43 46) The Best Of ABBA: 20CMTMC, ABBA [1, 11, #114] (N/A, 2000) (Wks: 19/1)
    - - - (- - -) (43 - -) Official Release Series Discs 5-8, Neil Young [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 2014) (Wks: 246/56)
    - - - (- - -) (46 29 49) Back To Black, Amy Winehouse [87, 165, #7] (78, #2, 2007) (Wks: 110/21)
    - - - (- - -) (47 - -) Icon: Eric Clapton, Eric Clapton [13, 13, #114] (N/A, 2011) (Wks: 74/1)
    - - - (- - -) (49 - -) The Greatest Hits Collection, Brooks & Dunn [7, 7, #119] (86, #4, 1997) (Wks: 145/2)
    - - - (- - -) (50 - -) Tailgates & Tanlines, Luke Bryan [94, 213, #70] (119, #2, 2011) (Wks: 63/9)
    - - - (- - -) (- 17 -) The Very Best Of Prince, Prince [62, 62, #1] (25, #66, 2001) (Wks: 102/33)
    - - - (- - -) (- 35 27) Appetite For Destruction, Guns 'N Roses [28, 28, #84] (147, #1, 1987) (Wks: 460/98)
    - - - (- - -) (- 39 -) Gold -- Greatest Hits, ABBA [102, 102, #11] (104, #63, 1993) (Wks: 459/53)
    - - - (- - -) (- 41 -) The Definitive Collection, Stevie Wonder [112, 134, #40] (49, #35, 2002) (Wks: 178/23)
    - - - (- - -) (- 42 -) Olympia, Austra [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 2013) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- 48 50) Back In Black, AC/DC [439, 439, #13] (131, #4, 1980) (Wks: 920/169)
    - - - (- - -) (- 49 -) Precious Memories, Alan Jackson [23, 91, #64] (82, #4, 2006) (Wks: 32/5)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 9) Greatest Hits, Glen Campbell [0, 0, #N/A] (27, #39, 1971) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 33) The Marshall Mathers LP, Eminem [105, 105, #30] (69, #1, 2000) (Wks: 244/73)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 37) The Slim Shady LP, Eminem [5, 5, #115] (100, #2, 1999) (Wks: 92/6)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 43) All The Right Reasons, Nickelback [102, 258, #68] (156, #1, 2005) (Wks: 144/27)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 45) Bad, Michael Jackson [100, 100, #8] (87, #1, 1987) (Wks: 156/22)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 48) Best Of The Doobies, The Doobie Brothers [2, 2, #87] (93, #5, 1976) (Wks: 8/2)
STATISTICS
Album counts from August 26, September 2 and 9:
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200: 70, 74, 72
Difference from previous week: 0, +4, -2
Difference from one year ago: +1, +2, +8
Catalog albums on both Billboard 200 and Catalog (Sales) chart: 27, 26, 25
Catalog albums on the Catalog (Sales) chart only: 23, 24, 25
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200 only: 43, 48, 47

All numbers below reflect the Comprehensive chart for weeks from Nov 2003 - Nov 2009.

Most weeks on BB200 for albums on this week's chart:
As a Catalog album (400+):
618 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
584 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
500 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
486 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
431 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
421 The Beatles, 1
Overall (500+):
1227 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
731 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
676 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
605 Metallica, Metallica
569 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
530 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
525 The Beatles, 1
Most weeks on BB200, counting Catalog Top 10 weeks before Nov 22, 2003 as BB200 weeks (750+):
1510 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
1231 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
881 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
874 Metallica, Metallica

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks:
On the BB200 as a Catalog album:
195 Adele, 21
192 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
144 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
143 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
140 Drake, Take Care
140 Eminem, The Eminem Show
126 Twenty One Pilots, Vessel
89 Metallica, Metallica
80 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
72 Ed Sheeran, x
55 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
On the BB200 overall (with at least one Catalog week):
340 Adele, 21
192 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
167 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
166 Ed Sheeran, x
148 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
144 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
143 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
142 J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (*)
140 Drake, Take Care
140 Eminem, The Eminem Show
133 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
126 Twenty One Pilots, Vessel
110 Future, DS2
106 Melanie Martinez, Cry Baby
104 Halsey, Badlands
104 The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness (*)
100 Bryson Tiller, T R A P S O U L
93 Justin Bieber, Purpose
90 G-Eazy, When It's Dark Out
89 Metallica, Metallica
84 Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor
Dropping out: Alessia Cara, Know-It-All (Aug 26 after 90 weeks); Sia, This Is Acting (Sep 9 after 81 weeks)
(*) album spent some weeks in Catalog status, but is now in Current status

Most weeks on Catalog chart (proper) for albums on this week's chart (800+):
1274 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
1199 Pink Floyd, Dark Side Of The Moon
1117 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
912 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
815 Metallica, Metallica

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks on the Catalog chart (proper):
141 Adele, 21
122 Twenty One Pilots, Vessel
89 Metallica, Metallica

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