US Billboard Charts (11/11/2017)

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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 02, 2017 6:06 am

Niall Horan Becomes Third One Direction Member to Top Billboard Artist 100
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... -direction
11/1/2017 by Xander Zellner

One Direction is the only group to have at least one member hit No. 1 solo ... and now three have.

Niall Horan is the top musical act in the U.S., as the pop singer-songwriter leaps 24-1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (dated Nov. 11). Horan follows Zayn and Harry Styles as the third member of One Direction to top the list.

Aside from One Direction (which peaked at No. 2 in December 2014), no other group has seen any of its members rule the Artist 100, never mind three.

The Artist 100, which launched in July 2014, measures artist activity across key metrics of music consumption, blending album and track sales, radio airplay, streaming and social media fan interaction to provide a weekly multi-dimensional ranking of artist popularity.

Horan tops the ranking on the strength of his debut solo album Flicker, which concurrently opens at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 152,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. Album sales contribute to the majority of Horan’s Artist 100 points (79 percent), followed by radio airplay (8 percent).

Rounding out the Artist 100’s top five, last week’s champion, P!nk, dips to No. 2, Ed Sheeran holds at No. 3, Imagine Dragons fall 2-4, and Taylor Swift rises 6-5. Each act in the top five has topped the Artist 100, marking the first quintet of leaders at Nos. 1-5 since the Sept. 2-dated list, when Kesha spent her first week at No. 1, trailed by Bruno Mars, Sheeran, Imagine Dragons and Kendrick Lamar.

Among other chart moves, Young Dolph is the sole debut on the chart this week, as the rapper debuts at No. 75 on the strength of his fourth studio album Thinking Out Loud, which arrives at No. 16 on the Billboard 200 (26,000 units).
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Postby DogNewTricks » Thu Nov 02, 2017 4:16 pm

Could anyone shed any light on Brand New's Science Fiction? Hitsdaily had it at 30,000 sold and Billboard only 10,000. That is a huge difference, I mean 5,000 difference would be one thing but this seems excessive.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Nov 02, 2017 9:45 pm

Euro Digital Song Sales

TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
1 2 2 6 Havana - Camila Cabello Featuring Young Thug
2 1 3 7 Perfect - Ed Sheeran
3 3 1 11 What About Us - P!nk
4 5 4 8 Dusk Til Dawn - Zayn Featuring Sia
5 4 5 6 Rockstar - Post Malone Featuring 21 Savage
6 6 12 4 Silence - Marshmello Featuring Khalid
7 8 6 8 Too Good At Goodbyes - Sam Smith
8 9 9 12 Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
9 New 1 Anywhere - Rita Ora
10 16 17 3 How Long - Charlie Puth
11 13 16 3 Feel It Still - Portugal. The Man
12 11 8 7 Lonely Together - Avicii Featuring Rita Ora
13 7 7 10 Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO & Little Mix
14 New 1 Wolves - Selena Gomez X Marshmello
15 12 11 12 New Rules - Dua Lipa
16 10 10 4 What Lovers Do - Maroon 5 Featuring SZA
17 19 20 3 Katchi - Ofenbach Vs. Nick Waterhouse
18 New 1 Was Du Liebe Nennst - Bausa
19 18 15 34 Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
20 14 14 10 Friends - Justin Bieber + BloodPop
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Postby Miguelito » Fri Nov 03, 2017 1:34 am

Billboard 200/Catalog Albums Chart Update - November 11, 2017

HEFTY SALES FOR PETTY
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits continued at #1 on both the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts during the three weeks in this report. Early in the week of October 28, it appeared it might take #1 on the Billboard 200, but it was denied by NF’s Perception – a rare #1 from the Christian music world (I can only recall four previous ones, including tobyMac and Chris Tomlin earlier this decade). On November 4, it dropped to #17 BB200 but was still easily #1 on both Catalog charts, and remained at #17 on November 11.

HANDICAPPING THE #1 RACE
The race for most weeks at #1 in 2017 is over on the Catalog Sales chart – the winner will be Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1. It moved into the lead with a 5-week run at #1 in May and June (after a single week in April), then put it away with 7 straight weeks at #1 in September and October. It has 13 weeks on top, a nine-week lead over the closest competition with only seven weeks left in the year.
On the Catalog chart, Ed Sheeran’s “x” still leads with six #1 weeks, but Tom Petty & The Heartbreaker’s Greatest Hits has the last four, and three other albums also have four weeks: The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city, and Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits. Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas, which had ten weeks in the BB200 top 10 last season, is a wild card at #2 among Catalog albums in the Billboard 200. (For an unaccountable reason, Billboard does not list this album in the Catalog chart of November 11, although it should be #2 there.) If it can take the #1 spot next week and hold on to it, it has just enough time to take the 2017 #1 title at seven weeks.

’TIS THE SEASON
Christmas albums began to appear on the Catalog Sales chart as early as October 28, which saw the return of Elvis Presley’s The Classic Christmas Album and Kids Choir’s 51 Songs Kids Really Love To Sing (it appears on the Billboard Holiday charts so it must contain enough appropriate music to quality). On November 4, Reba’s My Kind Of Christmas (debuting at #9) and Josh Groban’s Noel joined these two. This number grew to six on November 11, as Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas debuted at #2, and Celine Dion’s These Are Special Times and Elvis Presley’s It’s Christmas Time both returned, but Reba’s album fell off the chart from #9. There are still no Christmas albums on the Catalog chart proper, although as mentioned, Pentatonix’ album should have been on that chart. The latest calendar date in a Christmas season on which the first Christmas album appeared on the Catalog chart was November 21, recorded in 1992. (Special mention: In 1998, Mannheim Steamroller’s A Fresh Aire Christmas was on the October 31 chart, but then dropped off, and no more Christmas albums appeared until November 21.)

MIG’S MILESTONES
Oct 28: Bruno Mars’ Unorthodox Jukebox returns to the BB200 and records its 100th week there as a Catalog album… Justin Bieber’s Purpose and The Notorious B.I.G.’s Greatest Hits both reach 100 weeks total on the top 200 chart. Bieber’s 100 weeks are consecutive back to his debut in late 2015. When The Notorious B.I.G.’s Greatest Hits left the chart, it had only 9 weeks on the old Comprehensive top 200 despite being a #1 album. It has since added 2 weeks in 2009 as a Catalog album on the Comprehensive chart, plus 89 more weeks (all since 2011) on the BB200… Journey’s Greatest Hits reaches 150 straight weeks in the top 200, still a bit short of its record run of 183 straight weeks… twenty one pilots’ Vessel leaves the Billboard 200 after a 132-week run there dating back to April 18, 2015. The album has 164 total weeks on the chart, 137 of those spent in Catalog status.
Nov 4: Eminem’s Recovery checks in at 300 total weeks on the BB200… Adele’s 25 reaches 100 weeks on the BB200, logged consecutively since its debut in late 2015… Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend reaches 200 straight weeks on the BB200, and joins Adele’s 21 and Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon as albums that have that long of a run in the top 200 sellers as Catalog albums… Bruno Mars’ Doo-Wops & Hooligans reaches the 200 week mark on the Catalog chart, the 66th album to reach that milestone… Eric Clapton’s Icon: Eric Clapton collects its 100th week on the Catalog Sales chart. With old Catalog weeks included, Icon: Eric Clapton is the 161st album to reach that level on Catalog Sales, and the fourth for Clapton. Only The Beatles, Eagles & Metallica have more (5 each) and Michael Jackson also has four… Lana Del Rey’s Born To Die is a BB200 dropout after 46 straight weeks on the chart dating back to December 17 last year.
Nov 11: Taylor Swift’s 1989 reaches 150 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart. They were not consecutive, as the album has been off the chart for seven weeks this year… Adele’s 21 reaches 150 straight weeks on the Catalog chart, the longest run on that chart since Michael Jackson’s Number Ones amassed 154 straight weeks from January 2009 through December 2011… Michael Jackson's Thriller reaches the 400 week mark on the Catalog Sales chart... The Beatles’ 1 falls off of the Billboard 200 after 44 straight weeks going back to the beginning of 2017. It’s far short of its record of 151 straight weeks in the top 200 as a Catalog album, a record it set at the beginning of the Comprehensive chart’s existence from late 2003 through late 2006.

NEW ON THE CHARTS
Oct 28: Thomas Rhett’s Tangled Up and Luke Bryan’s Kill The Lights make the transition from current albums to catalog status as they continue their BB200 runs. The country stars also both debut on the Catalog chart, where this is Rhett’s first entry and Bryan’s fifth. Only Bryan makes an appearance on the Catalog Sales chart.
Nov 4: The only debuts this week are on the Catalog Sales chart, where Stevie Nicks and Reba McEntire (Reba) both enter in the top 10. Nicks bows with “Crystal Visions… The Very Best Of Stevie Nicks” and Reba with My Kind Of Christmas. The latter is the first 2016 Christmas release to make a catalog appearance on the charts, even though it didn’t reach the BB200… My Kind Of Christmas is Reba’s fifth Catalog Sales album, but first to reach the top 10 and first to make a chart appearance since 1997, when Merry Christmas To You was on the chart... Reba joins the list of artists to reach the Catalog chart with more than one Christmas album. You would think that’s a short list, but nearly 50 artists have done it. Yes, Rosie O’Donnell is one of them... Another debut in the lower part of the chart is Jerry Garcia Band’s Cats Under The Stars, a 1978 release. It’s the first album to reach the chart by the Grateful Dead frontman apart from the Dead. (Billboard credits the entry to Jerry Garcia, but the cover says Jerry Garcia Band.)
Nov 11: A Pentatonix Christmas is the first Christmas album of 2016 to make an appearance in the Billboard 200. The album was #1 for two weeks in January of this year, and returns at #35. It’s #2 on the Catalog Sales chart as well, although it was not listed on the Catalog chart… George Michael’s Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1 (1990) makes its first appearance on the BB200 since its original run; it did have a week on the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts earlier this year… A slightly older album, The Smiths’ The Queen Is Dead (1986), returns to the BB200 at #122 and also enters the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts (the first Smiths entry on both). It only made it to BB200 #70 originally. The Smiths have never had a top 50 album in the USA, although Morrissey has had six (but with two #11’s, is still looking for that elusive first top ten). The Queen Is Dead is the first Smiths album to reach the BB200 in this decade… The Catalog Sales chart features an additional debut as the NOW That’s What I Call Halloween makes its first chart appearance since 2015 (its release year), bowing at #34.

WANDERING STARS – Reserved for long-absent albums returning to the charts:
Oct 28: Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour and Kids Choir’s 51 Songs Kids Really Love To Sing both make their first appearance on 2017 on the Catalog Sales chart. Smith debuted last year, and the Kids Choir album has charted now for five consecutive years.
Nov 4: On the Catalog Sales chart, Neil Young’s Greatest Hits makes its first appearance since 2015… Also appearing for the first time since 2015 is the Halloween compilation Drew’s Famous Halloween Party Music, Volume 1. I understand from the Drew’s Famous website that this is actually an RIAA certified Gold record.
Nov 11: I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston makes its first 2017 appearance on the BB200 and Catalog Sales charts, but misses the Catalog chart, being the #55 ranked Catalog album this week… Four other albums make their first Catalog Sales appearance of 2017: Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons’ The Very Best Of and Madonna’s The Immaculate Collection (both charted last year), Jim Croce’s Photographs & Memories: His Greatest Hits (last charted in 2015) and The Best Of Hootie & The Blowfish: 1993 Thru 2003 (last charted in 2012). For Croce’s album, its #12 re-entry is a new peak.

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:
Oct 28: On the Catalog chart: Stone Temple Pilots’ Core reaches the top 10 for the first time in a jump from #40 to #2… The week’s other top 10 entry is Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits at #8 (46/12).
On the Catalog Sales chart: The only top 10 re-entry is Garth Brooks’ The Ultimate Hits at #10 (46/23), replacing Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd, which was a first time top 10 entry last week in its 63rd chart week.
Nov 4: On the Catalog chart: Three returning top 10 entries are Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits at #5 (83/2), The Essential Michael Jackson at #8 (68/10), and Imagine Dragons’ Night Visions at #9 (33/6)… Sam Hunt’s Montevallo drops out of the Catalog top 10 after a 34-week run. It’s the longest top 10 run since Adele’s 19 spent 83 straight weeks in the top 10 from January 2011 through August 2012, the second longest Top 10 run in chart history… Another top 10 departure, Stone Temple Pilots’ Core, drops straight off the chart from #2… Ed Sheeran’s “x” takes over for the longest current top 10 run (21 weeks), and also surpasses Montevallo by one week for most top 10 weeks in 2017 (38 to 37).
On the Catalog Sales chart: Albums from Stevie Nicks (#6) and Reba (#9) debut within the top 10… Van Halen’s Best Of Volume 1 returns to the chart at #10, its first week in the top 10 coming in its 36th chart week. It’s the fourth top 10 for Van Halen… This week’s other re-entry is Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits at #2 (83/2)… Journey’s Greatest Hits drops from the sales top 50 for the first time since the last week of 2016, a 43-week run… Sam Hunt’s Montevallo also leaves the chart after a 42-week run.
Nov 11: On the Catalog chart: George Michael’s Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1 gets its first top 10 week at #2, and The Weeknd’s Beauty Behind The Madness returns to Catalog status and also collects its second top 10 week at #9. The week’s other top 10 re-entry is Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city (46/30)… Fleetwood Mac’s Greatest Hits drops straight off the chart from #5. The other two top 10 departures both belonged to Eminem.
On the Catalog Sales chart: Half the top 10 departs this week, with four first time entries in the top 10. Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas (#2) and The Smiths’ The Queen Is Dead (#4) are chart debuts, while George Michael’s Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1 (#3) and The Best Of Hootie & The Blowfish: 1993 Thru 2003 (#9) both reach the top 10 in their second chart week… The other top 10 re-entry is Ed Sheeran’s “x” at #8, jumping from #41. It’s the 9th week in the top 10 overall and 8th this year for Sheeran’s album. Compare that to the Catalog chart, where “x” has spent 39 weeks in the top 10 in 2017, more than any other album.

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:
Oct 28: Catalog: Adele, 25 (4/0/4/#13/#13/#16)
Catalog Sales: Adele, 25 (4/0/4/#15/#15/#15)
Nov 4: Catalog: Adele, 25 (5/0/5/#13/#13/#15)
Catalog Sales: The Cars, The Complete Greatest Hits (8/2/2/#7/#13/#13)
Adele, 25 (5/0/5/#15/#15/#18)
Nov 11: Catalog: Adele, 25 (6/0/6/#13/#13/#17)
Catalog Sales: Madonna, The Immaculate Collection (291/2/1/#6/#11/#11)
Jim Croce, Photographs & Memories – His Greatest Hits (23/0/1/#12/#12/#12)

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: 151. Has spent 25 weeks in Catalog status but is now at current status.
2. Chris Stapleton, Traveller (chart debut: May 23, 2015). Chart weeks: 111. Returns to the top 40 this week at #39.
3. Twenty One Pilots, Blurryface (chart debut: June 6, 2015). Chart weeks: 128.
4. Hamilton: An American Musical (cast recording) (chart debut: October 17, 2015). Chart weeks: 109. It's the highest charting album on this list, at #30.
5. Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood (chart debut: November 21, 2015). Chart weeks: 100.
6. Rihanna, ANTI (chart debut: February 13, 2016). Chart weeks: 92.
7. The Lumineers, Cleopatra (chart debut: April 30, 2016). Chart weeks: 81.

CHART MULTIPLES UPDATE
Eleven artists had multiple Catalog albums on the charts (Billboard 200 and Catalog Album Sales) on Oct 28, ten on Nov 4, and twelve on Nov 11:
(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 (136): Take Care -/5/65 (-/3/65), Nothing Was The Same -/18/109 (-/19/116), If You're Reading This It's Too Late -/21/120 (-/24/129)
Metallica (45): Metallica 7/25/130 (5/22/125), Master Of Puppets 29/-/- (32/-/-), …And Justice For All 31/-/- (28/-/-), Ride The Lightning 49/-/- (47/-/-)
Eminem (45): The Eminem Show 39/11/87 (25/6/72), Curtain Call: The Hits -/15/100 (37/7/77), Recovery -/50/196 (-/37/160)
The Beatles (45): Abbey Road -/49/193 (-/52/199), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 28/-/- (26/-/-)
Imagine Dragons (26): Night Visions 32/10/86 (23/9/87), Smoke + Mirrors -/47/186 (-/47/190)
Adele (6): "25" 20/17/107 (18/15/103), "21" -/42/175 (-/45/181)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (4): Greatest Hits 1/1/17 (1/1/17), Wildflowers (Tom Petty) 5/23/123 (3/18/115), Damn The Torpedoes 10/-/- (7/-/-), The Live Anthology 22/-/- (re-entry), Full Moon Fever (Tom Petty) 23/-/- (8/-/-)
Bruno Mars (3): Doo-Wops & Hooligans 19/20/112 (-/26/134), Unorthodox Jukebox 43/35/155 (-/50/195)
Ed Sheeran (1): "x" 8/3/52 (41/4/66), "+" -/51/197 (re-entry)
Michael Jackson (1): The Essential Michael Jackson 38/7/75 (43/8/82), Thriller 50/-/- (re-entry)
The Weeknd (1): Beauty Behind The Madness -/9/78 (re-entry), Trilogy -/41/174 (-/46/187)
Elvis Presley (1): The Classic Christmas Album 30/-/- (36/-/-), It's Christmas Time 48/-/- (re-entry)
More than 2 albums: Tom Petty (7 (5 w/The Heartbreakers) on Oct 28, 5 (3 w/The Heartbreakers) on Nov 4 & 11); Metallica (5 on Oct 28, 4 on Nov 4 & 11);
Eminem (4 on Oct 28, Nov 4, 3 on Nov 11); Drake (3 on Oct 28, Nov 4 & 11); The Beatles (3 on Oct 28, Nov 4)
Dropping out: Michael Jackson (Nov 4 after 8 weeks); Ed Sheeran (Nov 4 after 3 weeks, returned on Nov 11); Kanye West (Nov 4 after 2 weeks);
Guns 'N Roses (Nov 11 after 1 week); Lynyrd Skynyrd (Nov 11 after 1 week)

Number of Weeks with Multiple Catalog Albums on Catalog (Sales) or BB200 Chart, 2017:
45: The Beatles, Drake, Eminem, Metallica
42: Bruno Mars
38: Michael Jackson
36: Kendrick Lamar
34: Ed Sheeran
26: Imagine Dragons
22: Beyonce
19: Future
16: Eagles, Guns 'N Roses
15: Kanye West
11: Fleetwood Mac
10: Lynyrd Skynyrd
9: J. Cole
8: Adele, Linkin Park, George Michael, Prince
7: Panic! At The Disco
6: 2Pac, Taylor Swift
5: Pink Floyd
4: Dr. Dre, Nirvana, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
3: Elvis Presley, Simon & Garfunkel, Soundgarden
2: ABBA, The Allman Brothers Band, Chris Cornell, Journey, Lady Gaga, The Notorious B.I.G., Pentatonix, Frank Sinatra, The Weeknd
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, Montgomery Gentry, New Edition, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Steely Dan, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Twenty One Pilots, Don Williams

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

NOTE: For A Pentatonix Christmas' absence from the Catalog chart, I put the Catalog rank without this album included, even though it's the #2 Catalog album in the BB200. If Billboard fixes it later, I will fix the report in future.

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]

    17 17 2 (1 1 1) (1 1 1) Greatest Hits, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [198, 198, #2] (154, #5, 1993) (Wks: 637/73)
    35 - - (- - -) (2 - -) A Pentatonix Christmas, Pentatonix [1, 13, #35] (12, #1, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    41 - - (2 - -) (3 - -) Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1, George Michael [1, 1, #41] (42, #2, 1990) (Wks: 2/1)
    52 66 63 (3 4 5) (8 41 22) x, Ed Sheeran [81, 175, #21] (94, #1, 2014) (Wks: 65/40)
    56 55 48 (4 2 3) (35 - 28) In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith [89, 176, #40] (87, #2, 2014) (Wks: 47/8)
    65 65 65 (5 3 6) (- - -) Take Care, Drake [173, 243, #47] (70, #1, 2011) (Wks: 85/35)
    72 89 83 (6 10 9) (- - -) 1989, Taylor Swift [49, 150, #31] (101, #1, 2014) (Wks: 38/19)
    75 82 144 (7 8 30) (38 43 37) The Essential Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson [231, 236, #2] (6, #96, 2005) (Wks: 268/69)
    77 99 98 (8 14 14) (- - -) good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar [181, 261, #27] (80, #2, 2012) (Wks: 115/46)
    78 - - (9 - -) (- - -) Beauty Behind The Madness, The Weeknd [2, 113, #46] (111, #1, 2015) (Wks: 2/2)
    86 87 89 (10 9 11) (32 23 19) Night Visions, Imagine Dragons [152, 265, #20] (113, #2, 2012) (Wks: 96/34)
    87 72 69 (11 6 7) (39 25 17) The Eminem Show, Eminem [241, 263, #47] (104, #1, 2002) (Wks: 255/60)
    92 95 95 (12 13 12) (- - -) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection, Queen [96, 96, #58] (1, #48, 2002) (Wks: 29/14)
    93 94 96 (13 12 13) (- - -) T R A P S O U L, Bryson Tiller [36, 109, #47] (73, #8, 2015) (Wks: 36/16)
    98 92 86 (14 11 10) (- - 43) Montevallo, Sam Hunt [56, 157, #41] (101, #3, 2014) (Wks: 49/37)
    100 77 81 (15 7 8) (- 37 32) Curtain Call: The Hits, Eminem [304, 362, #38] (69, #1, 2005) (Wks: 253/47)
    106 107 102 (16 16 15) (- - -) Greatest Hits, 2Pac [138, 138, #31] (76, #3, 1998) (Wks: 154/18)
    107 103 106 (17 15 16) (20 18 15) 25, Adele [6, 101, #103] (95, #1, 2015) (Wks: 6/0)
    109 116 114 (18 19 19) (- - -) Nothing Was The Same, Drake [135, 210, #46] (75, #1, 2013) (Wks: 40/1)
    111 112 110 (19 17 17) (- - -) The Life Of Pablo, Kanye West [4, 81, #109] (77, #1, 2016) (Wks: 4/0)
    112 134 133 (20 26 26) (19 - -) Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Bruno Mars [259, 347, #11] (88, #3, 2010) (Wks: 201/77)
    120 129 123 (21 24 21) (- - -) If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Drake [64, 142, #58] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 42/4)
    122 - - (22 - -) (4 - -) The Queen Is Dead, The Smiths [1, 1, #122] (37, #70, 1986) (Wks: 1/0)
    123 115 60 (23 18 4) (5 3 4) Wildflowers, Tom Petty [4, 4, #27] (53, #8, 1994) (Wks: 4/2)
    127 123 129 (24 21 23) (- - -) Badlands, Halsey [32, 113, #74] (81, #2, 2015) (Wks: 32/1)
    130 125 132 (25 22 25) (7 5 5) Metallica, Metallica [333, 333, #51] (281, #1, 1991) (Wks: 824/339)
    132 126 118 (26 23 20) (- - 48) Death Of A Bachelor, Panic! At The Disco [14, 93, #95] (79, #1, 2016) (Wks: 14/0)
    135 136 131 (27 27 24) (24 27 14) Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers, Bob Marley & The Wailers [627, 627, #5] (113, #54, 1984) (Wks: 1283/805)
    136 139 146 (28 28 32) (- - -) The Essential Billy Joel, Billy Joel [80, 80, #15] (16, #29, 2001) (Wks: 35/1)
    137 132 126 (29 25 22) (- - -) Tangled Up, Thomas Rhett [3, 109, #126] (106, #6, 2015) (Wks: 3/0)
    142 142 143 (30 31 29) (- - -) Purpose, Justin Bieber [24, 102, #81] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 24/0)
    143 141 139 (31 30 27) (18 21 12) Chronicle -- The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival [509, 509, #14] (30, #100, 1976) (Wks: 921/103)
    146 - 147 (32 - 33) (37 24 23) Greatest Hits, Guns 'N Roses [438, 576, #3] (138, #3, 2004) (Wks: 421/148)
    148 140 141 (33 29 28) (- - 34) Journey's Greatest Hits, Journey [593, 593, #18] (92, #10, 1988) (Wks: 1126/464)
    150 149 155 (34 33 36) (- - -) DS2, Future [41, 119, #68] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 40/4)
    155 195 189 (35 50 54) (43 - -) Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars [102, 192, #46] (90, #1, 2012) (Wks: 60/6)
    159 163 160 (36 38 38) (- - -) Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth [11, 90, #156] (79, #6, 2016) (Wks: 10/0)
    160 174 148 (37 42 34) (- - -) Greatest Hits So Far…, Zac Brown Band [69, 142, #69] (73, #20, 2014) (Wks: 44/1)
    161 153 145 (38 34 31) (- - -) Greatest Hits, The Notorious B.I.G. [93, 102, #48] (13, #1, 2007) (Wks: 61/10)
    165 122 173 (39 20 43) (26 15 40) Greatest Hits… So Far!!!, P!nk [62, 119, #47] (57, #5, 2010) (Wks: 58/5)
    169 169 170 (40 40 42) (- - -) Islah, Kevin Gates [12, 91, #138] (79, #2, 2016) (Wks: 12/0)
    174 187 180 (41 46 46) (- - -) Trilogy, The Weeknd [146, 187, #37] (41, #4, 2012) (Wks: 35/1)
    175 181 174 (42 45 44) (- - -) 21, Adele [204, 349, #9] (145, #1, 2011) (Wks: 203/87)
    176 154 187 (43 35 52) (33 22 42) [Hybrid Theory], Linkin Park [178, 178, #8] (103, #2, 2000) (Wks: 360/71)
    177 175 162 (44 43 39) (- 48 35) Kill The Lights, Luke Bryan [3, 116, #162] (113, #1, 2015) (Wks: 3/0)
    178 - 158 (45 - 37) (- - 39) Rumours, Fleetwood Mac [109, 109, #11] (134, #1, 1977) (Wks: 181/30)
    184 177 151 (46 44 35) (- - -) Cry Baby, Melanie Martinez [34, 115, #79] (81, #6, 2015) (Wks: 30/0)
    186 190 186 (47 47 51) (- - -) Smoke + Mirrors, Imagine Dragons [26, 90, #118] (64, #1, 2015) (Wks: 14/0)
    190 198 188 (48 51 53) (- - -) Hozier, Hozier [63, 145, #113] (82, #2, 2014) (Wks: 13/0)
    193 199 184 (49 52 50) (- - -) Abbey Road, The Beatles [120, 120, #3] (129, #1, 1969) (Wks: 339/36)
    196 160 165 (50 37 40) (- - -) Recovery, Eminem [224, 301, #55] (77, #1, 2010) (Wks: 120/19)
    197 - 193 (51 - 56) (- - -) +, Ed Sheeran [152, 227, #28] (75, #5, 2012) (Wks: 108/38)
    198 - 192 (52 - 55) (- - -) Under Pressure, Logic [47, 71, #133] (24, #4, 2014) (Wks: 8/0)
    199 192 199 (53 48 61) (- - -) Greatest Hits, Foo Fighters [103, 133, #48] (30, #11, 2009) (Wks: 95/13)
    200 - - (54 - -) (25 - -) I Will Always Love You: The Best Of Whitney Houston, Whitney Houston [4, 21, #155] (17, #14, 2012) (Wks: 2/0)
    - 69 - (- 5 -) (- 2 -) Greatest Hits, Fleetwood Mac [126, 126, #25] (26, #14, 1988) (Wks: 578/83)
    - 144 - (- 32 -) (- - -) Mothership, Led Zeppelin [172, 248, #20] (78, #7, 2007) (Wks: 199/9)
    - 157 - (- 36 -) (- 12 -) Appetite For Destruction, Guns 'N Roses [30, 30, #84] (147, #1, 1987) (Wks: 462/98)
    - 167 - (- 39 -) (- 16 -) All Time Greatest Hits, Lynyrd Skynyrd [78, 78, #56] (N/A, 2000) (Wks: 182/3)
    - 171 181 (- 41 47) (- - -) The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem [108, 186, #77] (78, #1, 2013) (Wks: 11/0)
    - 193 182 (- 49 48) (- - -) 1, The Beatles [429, 429, #4] (104, #1, 2000) (Wks: 527/177)
    - 200 194 (- 53 57) (- - -) Greatest Hits, Red Hot Chili Peppers [114, 144, #31] (36, #18, 2003) (Wks: 90/8)
    - - 39 (- - 2) (- - 2) Core, Stone Temple Pilots [3, 3, #39] (114, #3, 1993) (Wks: 7/1)
    - - 111 (- - 18) (- - 7) Anthology: Through The Years, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [6, 6, #32] (2, #132, 2000) (Wks: 7/3)
    - - 169 (- - 41) (- - -) Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits, Blake Shelton [21, 99, #125] (78, #5, 2015) (Wks: 19/0)
    - - 177 (- - 45) (23 8 6) Full Moon Fever, Tom Petty [6, 6, #127] (71, #3, 1989) (Wks: 29/0)
    - - 183 (- - 49) (- - -) Greatest Hits 1970-2002, Elton John [90, 102, #57] (67, #12, 2002) (Wks: 66/2)
    - - 195 (- - 58) (- - -) Graduation, Kanye West [80, 125, #118] (52, #1, 2007) (Wks: 6/0)
    - - 196 (- - 59) (- - 38) Ultimate Sinatra, Frank Sinatra [13, 44, #160] (31, #32, 2015) (Wks: 2/0)
    - - 198 (- - 60) (- - -) Born To Die, Lana Del Rey [161, 297, #53] (136, #2, 2012) (Wks: 80/8)
    - - 200 (- - 62) (- - -) The Fame, Lady Gaga [58, 207, #6] (149, #2, 2008) (Wks: 36/2)
    - - - (- - -) (6 4 3) Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack [32, 114, #20] (82, #1, 2014) (Wks: 56/18)
    - - - (- - -) (9 - -) The Best Of Hootie & The Blowfish: 1993 Thru 2003, Hootie & The Blowfish [1, 6, #158] (6, #62, 2004) (Wks: 1/0)
    - - - (- - -) (10 7 8) Damn The Torpedoes, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [1, 1, #122] (66, #2, 1979) (Wks: 2/0)
    - - - (- - -) (11 - -) The Immaculate Collection, Madonna [8, 8, #49] (141, #2, 1990) (Wks: 290/2)
    - - - (- - -) (12 - -) Photographs And Memories -- His Greatest Hits, Jim Croce [6, 6, #143] (46, #2, 1974) (Wks: 22/0)
    - - - (- - -) (13 11 9) The Legend Of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash [191, 267, #38] (78, #5, 2005) (Wks: 195/82)
    - - - (- - -) (14 14 11) Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lynyrd Skynyrd [3, 11, #138] (8, #145, 2011) (Wks: 26/0)
    - - - (- - -) (15 35 -) Drew's Famous Halloween Party Music Volume 1, Various Artists [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 1996) (Wks: 6/0)
    - - - (- - -) (16 19 10) The Ultimate Hits, Garth Brooks [69, 145, #14] (78, #3, 2007) (Wks: 166/28)
    - - - (- - -) (17 - -) Gold -- Greatest Hits, ABBA [102, 102, #11] (104, #63, 1993) (Wks: 459/53)
    - - - (- - -) (21 42 20) The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd [486, 486, #12] (741, #1, 1973) (Wks: 1199/471)
    - - - (- - -) (22 - 30) The Live Anthology, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [0, 7, #N/A] (7, #51, 2009) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (27 30 27) Icon: Greatest Hits, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band [373, 373, #60] (114, #8, 1994) (Wks: 794/382)
    - - - (- - -) (28 26 18) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles [54, 54, #3] (175, #1, 1967) (Wks: 271/32)
    - - - (- - -) (29 32 16) Master Of Puppets, Metallica [66, 66, #95] (72, #29, 1986) (Wks: 557/52)
    - - - (- - -) (30 36 46) The Classic Christmas Album, Elvis Presley [16, 28, #90] (12, #90, 2012) (Wks: 17/0)
    - - - (- - -) (31 28 21) …And Justice For All, Metallica [44, 44, #91] (83, #6, 1988) (Wks: 590/76)
    - - - (- - -) (34 - -) NOW That's What I Call Halloween, Various Artists [0, 7, #N/A] (7, #59, 2015) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (36 - -) Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975, Eagles [94, 94, #11] (133, #1, 1976) (Wks: 454/174)
    - - - (- - -) (40 6 -) Crystal Visions... The Very Best Of Stevie Nicks, Stevie Nicks [0, 12, #N/A] (12, #21, 2007) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (41 31 33) Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits, Simon & Garfunkel [33, 33, #42] (127, #5, 1972) (Wks: 117/4)
    - - - (- - -) (42 38 45) 51 Songs Kids Really Love To Sing, Kids Choir [24, 35, #89] (11, #81, 2011) (Wks: 31/1)
    - - - (- - -) (44 49 -) Noel, Josh Groban [76, 90, #4] (14, #1, 2007) (Wks: 81/67)
    - - - (- - -) (45 40 25) Icon: Eric Clapton, Eric Clapton [13, 13, #114] (N/A, 2011) (Wks: 74/1)
    - - - (- - -) (46 - -) These Are Special Times, Celine Dion [82, 82, #49] (17, #2, 1998) (Wks: 127/43)
    - - - (- - -) (47 - -) The Very Best Of, Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons [16, 16, #33] (N/A, 2003) (Wks: 15/6)
    - - - (- - -) (48 - -) It's Christmas Time, Elvis Presley [99, 99, #41] (N/A, 1999) (Wks: 133/42)
    - - - (- - -) (49 47 29) Ride The Lightning, Metallica [10, 10, #48] (50, #100, 1984) (Wks: 466/9)
    - - - (- - -) (50 - 24) Thriller, Michael Jackson [233, 233, #2] (122, #1, 1982) (Wks: 388/90)
    - - - (- - -) (- 9 -) My Kind Of Christmas, Reba [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- 10 -) Best Of Volume 1, Van Halen [2, 2, #179] (52, #1, 1996) (Wks: 34/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- 13 -) The Complete Greatest Hits, The Cars [5, 5, #61] (1, #144, 2002) (Wks: 6/2)
    - - - (- - -) (- 17 -) Best Of The Doobies, The Doobie Brothers [2, 2, #87] (93, #5, 1976) (Wks: 8/2)
    - - - (- - -) (- 20 50) Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [0, 0, #N/A] (42, #55, 1977) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- 29 -) Rage Against The Machine, Rage Against The Machine [5, 5, #102] (89, #45, 1993) (Wks: 134/31)
    - - - (- - -) (- 33 -) Greatest Hits, Neil Young [16, 31, #84] (17, #27, 2004) (Wks: 31/1)
    - - - (- - -) (- 34 -) All The Right Reasons, Nickelback [102, 258, #68] (156, #1, 2005) (Wks: 144/27)
    - - - (- - -) (- 39 -) Cats Under The Stars, Jerry Garcia Band [0, 0, #N/A] (5, #114, 1978) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- 44 -) Greatest Hits 1974-78, Steve Miller Band [12, 12, #97] (18, #18, 1978) (Wks: 433/114)
    - - - (- - -) (- 45 -) Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection, Bon Jovi [37, 79, #63] (42, #5, 2010) (Wks: 28/5)
    - - - (- - -) (- 46 31) The Best Of ABBA: 20CMTMC, ABBA [1, 11, #114] (N/A, 2000) (Wks: 19/1)
    - - - (- - -) (- 50 47) The Traveling Wilburys Collection, Traveling Wilburys [0, 13, #N/A] (13, #9, 2007) (Wks: 1/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 13) All-Time Greatest Hits, Neil Diamond [13, 43, #87] (30, #15, 2014) (Wks: 8/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 26) A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979, The Allman Brothers Band [2, 2, #39] (N/A, 1991) (Wks: 3/1)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 36) Kill 'Em All, Metallica [3, 3, #66] (18, #120, 1986) (Wks: 113/1)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 41) Greatest Hits, Shania Twain [13, 68, #66] (65, #2, 2004) (Wks: 25/2)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 44) Super Hits, Willie Nelson [108, 108, #98] (2, #193, 1995) (Wks: 196/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 49) Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Prince & The Revolution [52, 52, #2] (72, #1, 1984) (Wks: 103/22)
STATISTICS
Album counts from October 28, November 4 and 11:
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200: 62, 53, 55
Difference from previous week: +5, -9, +2
Difference from one year ago: +1, -8, -5
Catalog albums on both Billboard 200 and Catalog (Sales) chart: 24, 17, 20
Catalog albums on the Catalog (Sales) chart only: 26, 33, 30
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200 only: 38, 36, 35

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+):
627 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
593 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
509 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
438 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
Dropping out: Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits (Nov 4 after 437 weeks, returned Nov 11); The Beatles, 1 (Nov 11 after 429 weeks)
Overall (500+):
740 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
685 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
614 Metallica, Metallica
576 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
539 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
Dropping out: Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits (Nov 4 after 575 weeks, returned Nov 11); The Beatles, 1 (Nov 11 after 533 weeks)
Most weeks on BB200, counting Catalog Top 10 weeks before Nov 22, 2003 as BB200 weeks (750+):
1241 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
891 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
884 Metallica, Metallica

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks:
On the BB200 as a Catalog album:
204 Adele, 21
201 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
153 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
152 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
149 Drake, Take Care
149 Eminem, The Eminem Show
98 Metallica, Metallica
89 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
81 Ed Sheeran, x
64 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
56 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
55 Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans
Dropping out: Twenty One Pilots, Vessel (Oct 28 after 132 weeks)
On the BB200 overall (with at least one Catalog week):
349 Adele, 21
201 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
176 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
175 Ed Sheeran, x
157 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
153 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
152 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
151 J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive (*)
149 Drake, Take Care
149 Eminem, The Eminem Show
142 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
119 Future, DS2
116 Luke Bryan, Kill The Lights
115 Melanie Martinez, Cry Baby
113 Halsey, Badlands
113 The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness
109 Thomas Rhett, Tangled Up
109 Bryson Tiller, T R A P S O U L
102 Justin Bieber, Purpose
101 Adele, 25
98 Metallica, Metallica
93 Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor
55 Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans
Dropping out: Twenty One Pilots, Vessel (Oct 28 after 132 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+):
1283 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
1126 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
921 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
824 Metallica, Metallica

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks on the Catalog chart (proper):
150 Adele, 21
98 Metallica, Metallica

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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:26 am

Selena Gomez & Marshmello's 'Wolves' Debuts in Hot Dance/Electronic Chart's Top 10
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... electronic
11/2/2017 by Gordon Murray

The track is on the prowl at No. 7. Plus, action from Calvin Harris & Kygo.

Selena Gomez and Marshmello scamper onto Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Nov. 11) at No. 7 with "Wolves." Released Oct. 25 (a day before the close of the streaming and sales tracking week), the song starts with 19,000 downloads sold and 3.8 million U.S. streams, according to Nielsen Music. It bows at No. 1 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales and No. 13 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs.

On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, the collaboration is the third top 10 for both artists. The track concurrently opens on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 88.

Marshmello also enters Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "You & Me" at No. 19, selling 2,000 downloads and drawing 1.7 million domestic clicks.

In other Marshmello news, his song "Silence," featuring Khalid, soars 11-4 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay. The track ties the peak of the masked DJ's first hit on the chart, "Alone," in September 2016. "Silence" is Marshmello's third top 10 on the survey and Khalid's second.

Two other acts also score new top 10s on Dance/Mix Show Airplay: Mono Mind blasts 13-2 with "Save Me a Place," its first top 10, and Avicii advances 16-9 with "Without You," Avicii's ninth top 10 and featured act Sandro Cavazza's first.

'FAKING IT' IS MAKING IT: Calvin Harris hikes 23-9 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs with "Faking It" (featuring Kehlani and Lil Yachty), following the Oct. 23 arrival of its official video. The track bests its previous peak of No. 21 upon its July 22 debut.

Harris earns his 14th top 10 (while Kehlani and Yachty each achieve their first), extending his mark for the most of all acts since the chart's January 2013 inception. With 9,000 sold (up 1,947 percent), 2.7 million streams (up 272 percent) and 8.4 million in all-format radio audience (up 81 percent), "Faking" boasts the chart's top gains in all three metrics.

Plus, with a No. 5 re-entry on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, "Faking" becomes Harris' 19th top 10 on that tally, second only to David Guetta's 23 top 10s since the chart's January 2010 inception.

KYGO CLIMBS: Kygo's "Kids in Love" (featuring The Night Game) debuts at No. 10 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs. Kygo's fifth top 10 and The Night Game's first enters with 3.1 million streams, also good for a No. 18 start on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs. "Kids," the title track from Kygo's second full-length album (due Nov. 3), sold 9,000 downloads in the tracking week and debuts at No. 3 on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales, marking the tenth top 10 on the chart for the Norwegian DJ.

'COLA' BUBBLES UP: Finally, U.K. DJ duo CamelPhat (Dave Whelan and Mike Di Scala) and Elderbrook (aka Alexander Kotz) crown Dance Club Songs with "Cola" (2-1). Remixed by Franky Rizardo and Mousse T., among others, the track is the first topper for both acts.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 03, 2017 5:28 am

Billboard Dance Chart Upstarts: Jauz, Aprilann & Pretty Lights
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11/2/2017 by Gordon Murray

Each week, Billboard Dance looks at songs & albums rising on Billboard's dance charts.

Jauz featuring ROUXN, "Meant To Love You"

Los Angeles-based DJ/producer Jauz (real name Sam Vogel) jets onto Billboard's Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart (dated Nov. 11) at No. 36 with "Meant to Love You." The track marks the first appearance on any Billboard songs chart for both Jauz and featured vocalist ROUXN. "Meant" counts most of its radio play from three core-dance outlets: SiriusXM's BPM, WFLZ-HD Tampa (an iHeartRadio "Evolution" affiliate) and KNHC (C89.5) Seattle.

Aprilann, "Crown and the Girls"

Daytona Beach, Florida, native and now New York City-based Aprilann (real name April Ann Panaggio) earns her first Billboard chart entry as "Crown and the Girls" starts at No. 49 on Dance Club Songs. The singer-songwriter, who also holds an associate of arts in acting degree from New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts, has been opening for Akon on his U.K. tour, which continues through Nov. 7. "Crown," written by Aprilann and produced by Artie Skye of Skyelabs, was remixed by Drew G., C-Rod and Maraud3r, among others.

Aprilann tells Billboard, "I wrote this song the day I realized that I had to be done communicating with this person [from a relationship]. It took a lot of denial on my part before I could finally accept it was done. I had the realization right after I got a text from this person cancelling some plans we had. I wrote the whole song on a bench outside of a Marshalls in the time it took my brother to find new sneakers and check out. I decided right then that instead of letting my anger out on him like every other time before, I'm going to write the best song I've ever written."

Pretty Lights, "Rainbows & Waterfalls"

Producer Pretty Lights (real name Derek Vincent Smith) enters Hot Dance/Electronic Songs at No. 47 with "Rainbows & Waterfalls," the first entry on a Billboard songs chart for the Denver native. Previously, Pretty put two sets on Top Dance/Electronic Albums, A Color Map of the Sun (No. 2, 2013) and The Hidden Shades: Four B-Sides and More Remixes… (No. 24, 2014). "Rainbows" roped in 344,000 U.S. streams and sold 1,000 downloads in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 03, 2017 2:49 pm

Hot 100 Chart Moves: Maroon 5 Scores Record-Extending 14th Airplay Top 10
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... hart-moves
11/3/2017 by Gary Trust

"What Lovers Do," featuring SZA, lifts 13-10 on Radio Songs and 19-12 on the Hot 100. Plus, action for Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line and NF.

As previously reported, Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, tallies a third week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Nov. 11). Meanwhile, two songs surge to the top 10: Camila Cabello's "Havana," featuring Young Thug, bounds 20-7 and Ed Sheeran's "Perfect" powers 18-10.

Plus, Taylor Swift launches at No. 13 on the Hot 100 with "Gorgeous." As the track starts atop the Digital Song Sales chart, Swift ties Rihanna for the most No. 1s in the chart's history: 14 each.

Who else makes notable Hot 100 chart moves this week?

"What Lovers Do," Maroon 5 feat. SZA
The track bounds 19-12 on the Hot 100 and hits the Radio Songs top 10, where it surges 13-10, up 5 percent to 75 million in all-format audience in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music.

While SZA earns her first Radio Songs top 10, Maroon extends its mark for the most such hits among groups, dating to the chart's 1990 inception. Here's an updated look at the groups with the most Radio Songs top 10s:

14, Maroon 5
10, Destiny's Child
9, TLC
8, Boyz II Men
7, The Black Eyed Peas
6, Backstreet Boys
6, matchbox twenty

Rihanna leads all acts with 29 Radio Songs top 10s, followed by Mariah Carey (23) and Lil Wayne (20).

"Meant to Be," Bebe Rexha & Florida Georgia Line
Rexha posts her highest-debuting Hot 100 hit, as the song arrives at No. 61. It jumps by 35 percent to 7.9 million U.S. streams and, helped by a 69-cent iTunes Store sale price, re-enters Digital Song Sales at No. 28 (17,000 downloads sold, up 210 percent).

Powerhouse country duo Florida Georgia Line also rises 74-73 on the Hot 100 with its other charted collaboration, as featured on Hailee Steinfeld and Alesso's "Let Me Go" (also featuring Watt). The song follows FGL's pop/EDM turn as featured on The Chainsmokers' "Last Day Alive," which hit No. 16 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs in April.

Back at its home country base, Florida Georgia Line lifts 18-17 on Hot Country Songs with its own "Smooth" (up 92-91 on the Hot 100) and pushes 40-35 as featured on Morgan Wallen's "Up Down."

"Let You Down," NF
The song rises 87-75 on the Hot 100 and becomes the rapper's first entry on the Pop Songs airplay chart, debuting at No. 38. Among stations supporting it are New York's WBMP and WHTZ and Los Angeles' KIIS.

Parent album Perception launched as NF's first No. 1 on the Oct. 28-dated Billboard 200.
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:24 pm

Trivium Leads Hard Rock Albums Chart, Greta Van Fleet Debuts
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11/3/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

Trivium scores its second Hard Rock Albums No. 1 with 'The Sin and the Sentence.'

Trivium tallies its second No. 1 on Billboard's Hard Rock Albums chart, while Greta Van Fleet's Black Smoke Rising debuts at No. 10 on the ranking (dated Nov. 11), six months after the EP's release.

Trivium bows with The Sin and the Sentence, which earned 18,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Oct. 26, according to Nielsen Music. The set starts at No. 3 on the Top Rock Albums chart, where it's the group's fifth top 10, and No. 23 on the Billboard 200, marking the band's sixth top 40 entry.

The heavy metal act's eighth studio album follows its first Hard Rock Albums leader, 2011's In Waves. Since then, 2013's Vengeance Falls bowed and peaked at No. 2, while its last LP, 2015's Silence in the Snow, hit No. 3.

The new set's lead single, "The Heart From Your Hate," bullets at its No. 27 high on the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay chart in its seventh week.

Meanwhile, Greta Van Fleet's star continues to brighten as the band's debut EP, Black Smoke Rising, debuts at Nos. 10, 30 and 182, respectively, on Hard Rock Albums, Top Rock Albums and the Billboard 200 (with 5,000 units).

Released April 21, the set from the Michigan band – whose members rage from age 18 to 21 – arrives at last with a 74 percent increase in consumption, sparked by multiple factors in the tracking week, including a Wall Street Journal profile, a tweet from Kings of Leon's Nathan Followill calling the act his "new favorite band" and a win for best new artist at the Loudwire Music Awards.

dditionally, the band announced Oct. 25 that follow-up From the Fires is due Nov. 10. The set is an eight-song effort that will include the four songs from Black Smoke Rising and four new cuts. Two Smoke tracks have reached Mainstream Rock Songs: "Highway Tune," which ruled for five weeks (beginning Sept. 16), and "Safari Song," which rises 26-24 on the latest ranking.

Eleven Seven's Three-Peat: Meanwhile, Eleven Seven Label Group celebrates its second week with three songs in the Mainstream Rock Songs top five, by Nothing More ("Go to War"), Papa Roach ("American Dreams") and HellYeah ("Love Falls"), at Nos. 2, 4 and 5, respectively.

The label is the first to triple up in the region this decade and the first since April 11, 2009, when Roadrunner charted, at Nos. 3-5, respectively, with Theory of a Deadman ("Hate My Life"), Slipknot ("Dead Memories") and Nickelback ("Something in Your Mouth").
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Postby borderwolf » Fri Nov 03, 2017 7:26 pm

Justin Timberlake Re-Enters Social 50 Chart After Super Bowl Announcement
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... super-bowl
11/3/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

After announcing his performance via social media, Timberlake re-enters the chart at No. 34.

Recently announced Super Bowl LII halftime show performer Justin Timberlake returns to Billboard’s Social 50 chart, re-entering at No. 34 on the Nov. 11-dated ranking after announcing his performance via social media on Oct. 22.

The Social 50 is powered by data tracked by music analytics company Next Big Sound and ranks the most popular artists on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Wikipedia and Tumblr. The chart's methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views and engagement. The chart’s latest tracking week ended Oct. 26, and BTS is No. 1 for a 46th week.

Timberlake made the announcement through his Facebook, Instagram and Twitter accounts, revealing the long-rumored news via a skit with Jimmy Fallon. Timberlake rose 616 percent in overall social mentions in the tracking week ending Oct. 26, with 58,000 total Twitter mentions, according to Next Big Sound.

Meanwhile, Janet Jackson -- who shared the halftime stage with Timberlake in 2004 -- concurrently rises 79 percent in total mentions across her monitored social platforms, though doesn’t reach the 50-position chart. Many social media users discussed the fallout from Timberlake and Jackson’s infamous wardrobe malfunction at the Super Bowl in 2004, and the possibility of her appearing at the 2018 halftime show.

At No. 11, Drake re-enters the chart with a bevy of Instagram posts celebrating his 31st birthday on Oct. 24. The star-studded Los Angeles party, the guestlist of which included Jamie Foxx, Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee, G-Eazy and many more, helped his Instagram reactions count soar 152 percent, topping off at 12.9 million overall.

Lastly, the chart’s highest debut belongs to Epik High, who bows at No. 22. The South Korea-based hip-hop trio, which formed in 2001, returned Oct. 23 with We’ve Done Something Wonderful, its ninth full-length album and first in three years. In addition to a 423 percent jump in Wikipedia views, the group also snagged 55,000 Twitter mentions surrounding its return.
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Postby borderwolf » Sat Nov 04, 2017 5:51 am

Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Pentatonix's 'Christmas' Album Returns to Top 40
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... bum-top-40
11/3/2017 by Keith Caulfield

Plus: George Michael’s “Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1” is back on the chart.

On the latest Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Nov. 11), Niall Horan debuts at No. 1 with his first album, Flicker, which starts with 152,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Oct. 26, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 128,000 were in traditional album sales.

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the week’s most popular albums based on their overall consumption. That overall unit figure combines pure album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA).

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

— Lindsey Stirling, Warmer in the Winter – No. 32 — The violinist notches her fourth top 40-charting effort, as her first holiday album, Warmer in the Winter, debuts at No. 32 (15,000 units – nearly all from traditional album sales). It also starts at No. 1 on the Holiday Albums chart, and No. 1 on the Classical Crossover Albums chart. It’s her fourth leader on the latter tally.

— Pentatonix, A Pentatonix Christmas – No. 35 — Pentatonix’s former No. 1, A Pentatonix Christmas, re-enters the Billboard 200 at No. 35 with 14,000 equivalent album units (up 895 percent). Of that sum, 12,000 were traditional album sales (up 2,367 percent). The huge gain is owed to the album’s deluxe reissue on Oct. 20, with five bonus tracks.

The set -- which topped the Billboard 200 (charts dated Jan. 7-14, 2017) -- finished 2016 as the No. 5 biggest-selling album of the year and the biggest selling title by a group, with 904,000 copies sold. In total, it has sold 938,000 copies.

— George Michael, Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1 - No. 41 — George Michael’s 1990 album, Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1, is back on the Billboard 200 for the first time since 1991, as the set re-enters at No. 41 following its expanded reissue on Oct. 20. Listen returns with 12,000 equivalent album units earned. Of that sum, 10,000 were traditional album sales (up from a negligible sum). The set also re-enters the Top Album Sales chart at No. 14.

Listen Without Prejudice, which peaked at No. 2 in 1990 (behind MC Hammer’s Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ’Em), was reissued with a host of bonus tracks, as well as an MTV Unplugged concert from 1996. The set also features a new remix of the previously released “Fantasy,” featuring Nile Rodgers. The original version first arrived in the United States as the B-side to album single “Freedom.” Michael and Rodgers worked together on the remix in 2016, before Michael’s death on Dec. 25 that year.

Listen also returns to the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, where it re-enters at No. 22 -- a new high. That surpasses its initial peak of No. 61 in late 1990. (Michael’s first two solo releases charted on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, with debut set Faith spending six weeks at No. 1.)

— Brand New, Science Fiction – No. 50 — The former chart-topping set returns following its CD and vinyl LP release on Oct. 20 (11,000 units; up 656 percent, with 10,000 in album sales; up 1,805 percent). It previously was available as only a download and stream. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Sept. 9 chart, fell to No. 97 in its second week (the largest positional drop from No. 1 in the history of the chart) and then fell off the chart entirely until returning this week at No. 50.

— The Smiths, The Queen is Dead – No. 122 — The Smiths’ classic 1986 album, The Queen Is Dead, is revived on multiple charts, as a deluxe remastered reissue of the album pushes it back onto the Billboard 200 at No. 122 (6,000 units; up 1,053 percent; 5,000 in album sales; up 4,339 percent). The set peaked at No. 70 the year it was released. The 10-track album has been remastered and features 13 B-sides, demos, alternative takes and a previously unreleased live concert. The set also enters Top Catalog Albums at No. 22 on and re-enters Vinyl Albums at No. 9.

— Willie Nelson, Willie and the Boys: Willie’s Stash, Vol. 2 – No. 134 — The prolific 84-year-old legend, who made his Billboard 200 chart debut in 1975, has charted 20 albums in the last 10 years on the tally -- including this new one. That’s more than any other country act in the past 10 years. (George Strait has the second-most in that span, with 15.)
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Postby borderwolf » Sat Nov 04, 2017 8:21 pm

KB, Emcee N.I.C.E. & Travis Greene Add Christian, Gospel No. 1s
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... ospel-no-1
11/3/2017 by Jim Asker

KB collects his fourth Top Christian Albums leader, Emcee N.I.C.E. earns his first Top Gospel Albums No. 1 and Greene rules Gospel Airplay for a third time.

Tampa, Fla.-based Christian hip-hop artist KB (Kevin Burgess) lands his fourth total and consecutive No. 1 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums chart (dated Nov. 11), as Today We Rebel arrives atop the list, earning 7,000 equivalent album units (5,000 in traditional album sales) in the week ending Oct. 26, according to Nielsen Music.

KB previously launched at No. 1 on Top Christian Albums with debut album Weight & Glory (2012), the EP 100 (2014) and Tomorrow We Live (2015). He's the first artist to tally with four introductory No. 1-debuting entries (excluding holiday fare) since Mary Mary in 2000 through 2008.

N.I.C.E. MOVE: Hip-hop artist and producer Aulsondro "Novelist" Hamilton, aka Emcee N.I.C.E., jumps 4-1 on Top Gospel Albums with his first inspirational LP, Praise, which surges 34 percent to 2,000 units.

The set's lead single, "I Got Angels" (co-written by gospel vet Richard Smallwood) debuts at No. 1 on Gospel Digital Song Sales with 1,000 downloads sold, helping it bump 7-5 on the streaming, airplay and sales-based Hot Gospel Songs chart.

GREENE RULES GOSPEL RADIO: Meanwhile, singer-songwriter and worship leader Travis Greene banks his third total and consecutive Gospel Airplay No. 1 with his solo-written "You Waited" (2-1).

"I'm extremely grateful and overwhelmed by the support," Greene tells Billboard. "I finished writing this song on my birthday [Jan. 17] and it impacted me before it ever touched anyone else. The idea that God would actually wait on us is crazy. The only reason we're still alive is because even when we were ignoring Him, God thought we were worth the wait."
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Postby borderwolf » Sat Nov 04, 2017 10:28 pm

13 Things to Know About the Charts This Week: Niall Horan Puts One Direction on Par With The Beatles for Billboard 200 History & More
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... horan-puts
11/4/2017 by Xander Zellner

Niall Horan rules multiple Billboard charts this week, as the One Direction star earns his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with Flicker. The arrival also makes him the third 1D member to hit No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100.

On the Billboard Hot 100, Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, conquers for a third week.

Here are 13 other things to know about Billboard's charts this week:

1. As Horan tops the Billboard 200 for the first time, One Direction ties The Beatles as the only groups with three members with No. 1 solo albums.

2. Another record tied: Taylor Swift matches Rihanna for the most No. 1s on the Digital Song Sales chart, as "Gorgeous" opens on top, earning Swift her 14th leader.

3. Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still" is the biggest rock crossover hit in five years, as the single adds two more No. 1 rankings to its resume, topping the Pop Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay charts.

4. Camila Cabello scores her first top 10 on the Streaming Songs chart, as "Havana," featuring Young Thug, jumps 18-7 following the premiere of its official video.

5. On the latest Chart Beat Podcast, Gary Trust and Trevor Anderson are joined by Beats 1 host LowKey, Vibe music editor Mikey Fresh and Billboard Latin's Marjua Estevez to discuss how rap has ruled 2017.

6. Over on the Pop Shop Podcast, Keith Caulfield and Jason Lipshutz chat with Rachel Platten about the singer-songwriter's new album, No Filter, and more.

7. One more podcast! On the Coming Around Again Podcast, Andrew Unterberger looks at George Michael's 1987 debut album Faith, which turned 30 on Oct. 30. Gary Trust, Trevor Anderson and Billboard editor Joe Lynch stop by with insights.

8. Looking ahead to next week's Billboard 200, Kenny Chesney's new live album Live in No Shoes Nation is slated to debut at No. 1 with around 200,000 units. The set would earn the singer his eighth No. 1.

9. Elsewhere on next week's Billboard 200, Kelly Clarkson's Meaning of Life is expected to debut at No. 2, which would mark her eighth top 10 album. Plus, 21 Savage, Offset and Metro Boomin's surprise collaboration should debut in the top 10.

10. Selena Gomez and Marshmello's new song "Wolves" debuts in the top 10 of the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, earning both acts their third top 10.

11. On the latest Emerging Artists chart, Margo Price debuts at No. 6, thanks to the chart bow of her new album, while Dua Lipa returns to No. 1 for a fifth week. Plus, country newcomer Devin Dawson hits the top 10 for the first time.

12. U2 earned $316 million in box-office revenue on its recently-wrapped 50-show Joshua Tree Tour. The tour sold 2.7 million tickets worldwide.

13. Happy birthday, Billboard! To celebrate the 123rd anniversary of our launch, we looked back at the first magazine, an eight-page, 10-cent product dated Nov. 1, 1894.
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Postby borderwolf » Sun Nov 05, 2017 9:44 am

Chart Watch: With Niall Horan at No. 1, 1D ties the Beatles
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Niall Horan becomes the third past or present member of One Direction to land a No. 1 solo album as Flicker enters the Billboard 200 in the top spot. Zayn’s Mind of Mine debuted at No. 1 in April 2016, and Harry Styles’s Harry Styles opened at No. 1 in June of this year.

Paul McCartney, George Harrison, and John Lennon all topped the album chart in a 17-month period between May 1970 and October 1971. Zayn, Styles, and Horan have achieved the feat in a 19-month period starting in April 2016.

The solo Beatles were a bit older than the solo 1D members when they landed their first No. 1 albums as solo artists. McCartney and Harrison were both 27. Lennon was 31. By contrast, Zayn and Styles were both 23. Horan is 24. (Of course, the Beatles had been together longer than 1D when they started releasing solo albums.)

Flicker includes both of Horan’s top 20 hits, “This Town” and “Slow Hands.” Flicker is the first album by a 1D alum to spawn two top 20 (or even top 40) hits. The fact that Horan’s hits are so different — a heartfelt pop ballad and a funky, rhythmic tune — says a lot about his versatility.

With Horan hitting No. 1 in the same calendar year as Styles, this is the first time that two past or present members of a group have hit No. 1 on their own in the same calendar year since 2006, when two former members of Destiny’s Child achieved the feat. LeToya Luckett’s LeToya debuted at No. 1 that August, six weeks before Beyoncé’s B’Day debuted at No. 1.

Two former Beatles each had No. 1 albums on their own in the same calendar year three times. Harrison’s triple-disc opus All Things Must Pass spent seven weeks at No. 1 in January and February 1971. Lennon’s Imagine spent a week at No. 1 that October. McCartney and Wings’s Red Rose Speedway had three weeks at No. 1 in June 1973. Harrison’s Living in the Material World replaced it at No. 1 in June, staying on top for a total of five weeks. McCartney and Wings’s Band on the Run had four nonconsecutive weeks at No. 1 from April to July 1974. Lennon’s Walls and Bridges hit No. 1 that November.

Note: I’m not counting “supergroups” such as Traveling Wilburys. Three members of that group — Harrison, Bob Dylan, and Tom Petty — have landed No. 1 albums.

Flicker enters the Official U.K. Albums Chart at No. 3. It failed to match the solo debut albums by Zayn and Harry Styles, both of which reached No. 1 in the U.K.

The other two founding members of 1D, Liam Payne and Louis Tomlinson, have yet to release their first solo albums.

Top Songs

Post Malone’s “Rockstar” (featuring 21 Savage) logs its third week at No. 1 on the Hot 100. “Rockstar” also holds at No. 1 for the fourth week on the Official U.K. Singles Chart. It’s the third song to spend three or more weeks at No. 1 in both the U.S. and the U.K. so far this year. It follows Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” and Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” (featuring Justin Bieber).

“Rockstar” also logs its third week at No. 1 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Cardi B’s “Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)” holds at No. 2 in its 17th week. The song logged three weeks at No. 1.

Logic’s “1-800-273-8255” (featuring Alessia Cara & Khalid) holds at No. 3 in its 26th week.

Portugal the Man’s “Feel It Still” holds at No. 4 in its 19th week. The song is No. 1 on Top Rock Songs for the fifth week.

Imagine Dragons’ “Thunder” holds at No. 5 in its 26th week.

Demi Lovato’s “Sorry Not Sorry” inches up from No. 7 to No. 6 in its 16th week.

Camila Cabello lands her second top 10 hit as a solo artist as “Havana” (featuring Young Thug) jumps from No. 20 to No. 7 in its 11th week. “Bad Things,” her collabo with Machine Gun Kelly, hit No. 4 in February. This is Young Thug’s first top 10 hit.

J Balvin & Willy William’s “Mi Gente” (featuring Beyoncé) drops from No. 6 to No. 8 in its 17th week. Three weeks ago, it tied Lady Gaga’s “Telephone” as Beyoncé’s highest-charting featured credit. “Telephone” reached No. 3 in April 2010.

Sam Smith’s “Too Good at Goodbyes” dips from No. 8 to No. 9 in its seventh week. The song has climbed as high as No. 5.

Ed Sheeran lands his sixth top 10 hit as “Perfect” jumps from No. 18 to No. 10 in its ninth week.
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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:56 am

BrainDamageII wrote:I might get told off by trebor but here you go
:lol: :lol: Don't be silly...
Thanks for posting the sales charts and the Country update
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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:57 am

Genre STREAMING Charts
Complete Top 25 charts
All links good for issue: November 11, 2017

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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 9:58 am

Genre DIGITAL SONG SALES Charts
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Country Recurrent Airplay
November 11, 2017

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01 - 02 - 14 - 01 - Body Like A Back Road - Sam Hunt - MCA Nashville
02 - 01 - 02 - 01 - All The Pretty Girls - Kenny Chesney - Blue Chair | Columbia Nashville
03 - 03 - 07 - 02 - Do I Make You Wanna - Billy Currington - Mercury
04 - 04 - 17 - 01 - In Case You Didn't Know - Brett Young - BMLG
05 - 07 - 12 - 02 - My Girl - Dylan Scott - Curb
06 - 09 - 10 - 02 - Craving You - Thomas Rhett Featuring Maren Morris - Valory
07 - 06 - 06 - 02 - No Such Thing As A Broken Heart - Old Dominion - RCA Nashville
08 - 10 - 18 - 01 - Hurricane - Luke Combs - River House | Thirty Tigers // Columbia Nashville
09 - 08 - 04 - 02 - Heartache On The Dance Floor - Jon Pardi - Capitol Nashville
10 - 12 - 27 - 01 - Dirt On My Boots - Jon Pardi - Capitol Nashville
11 - 05 - 02 - 05 - They Don't Know - Jason Aldean - Macon | Broken Bow
12 - 15 - 34 - 01 - A Guy With A Girl - Blake Shelton - Warner Bros. | WMN
13 - 13 - 09 - 03 - Somebody Else Will - Justin Moore - Valory
14 - 14 - 25 - 01 - Hometown Girl - Josh Turner - MCA Nashville
15 - 11 - 02 - 11 - Ring On Every Finger - LoCash - Reviver
16 - 17 - 41 - 02 - May We All - Florida Georgia Line Featuring Tim McGraw - BMLG
17 - 16 - 08 - 05 - Drinkin' Problem - Midland - Big Machine
18 - 18 - 15 - 03 - Every Time I Hear That Song - Blake Shelton - Warner Bros. | WMN
19 - 19 - 41 - 01 - Wanna Be That Song - Brett Eldredge - Atlantic | WMN
20 - RE - 18 - 01 - If I Told You - Darius Rucker - Capitol Nashville
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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 10:23 am

Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Hot Country Songs Recurrents
November 11, 2017

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01 - 01 - 08 - 01 - In Case You Didn't Know - Brett Young - BMLG
02 - 02 - 10 - 01 - Hurricane - Luke Combs - River House | Thirty Tigers // Columbia Nashville
03 - NE - 01 - 03 - More Girls Like You - Kip Moore - MCA Nashville
04 - 05 - 78 - 02 - Tennessee Whiskey - Chris Stapleton - Mercury Nashville
05 - 04 - 11 - 01 - Do I Make You Wanna - Billy Currington - Mercury
06 - 03 - 05 - 03 - Craving You - Thomas Rhett Featuring Maren Morris - Valory
07 - 06 - 13 - 01 - My Girl - Dylan Scott - Curb
08 - 07 - 21 - 01 - Dirt On My Boots - Jon Pardi - Capitol Nashville
09 - 09 - 33 - 01 - Blue Ain't Your Color - Keith Urban - Hit Red | Capitol Nashville
10 - 10 - 07 - 03 - Drinkin' Problem - Midland - Big Machine
12 - 08 - 06 - 03 - No Such Thing As A Broken Heart - Old Dominion - RCA Nashville
13 - 14 - 39 - 01 - May We All - Florida Georgia Line Featuring Tim McGraw - BMLG
14 - 13 - 52 - 01 - H.O.L.Y. - Florida Georgia Line - Republic Nashville // BMLG
15 - RE - 16 - 01 - If I Told You - Darius Rucker - Capitol Nashville
16 - 18 - 103 - 01 - Wagon Wheel - Darius Rucker - Capitol Nashville
17 - 16 - 12 - 02 - The Fighter - Keith Urban Featuring Carrie Underwood - Hit Red | Capitol Nashville
18 - 17 - 25 - 01 - Hometown Girl - Josh Turner - MCA Nashville
19 - 12 - 02 - 12 - Ring On Every Finger - LoCash - Reviver
20 - 20 - 15 - 01 - God, Your Mama, And Me - Florida Georgia Line Featuring Backstreet Boys - BMLG
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Country Streaming Songs
November 11, 2017

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01 - 01 - 25 - 01 - What Ifs - Kane Brown Featuring Lauren Alaina - Zone 4 | RCA Nashville
02 - 02 - 15 - 02 - When It Rains It Pours - Luke Combs - River House | Columbia Nashville
03 - 03 - 38 - 01 - Body Like A Back Road - Sam Hunt - MCA Nashville
04 - 04 - 40 - 02 - In Case You Didn't Know - Brett Young - BMLG
05 - 05 - 41 - 02 - Hurricane - Luke Combs - River House | Thirty Tigers // Columbia Nashville
06 - 07 - 26 - 04 - Small Town Boy - Dustin Lynch - Broken Bow
07 - 06 - 13 - 04 - Unforgettable - Thomas Rhett - Valory
08 - 08 - 104 - 03 - Tennessee Whiskey - Chris Stapleton - Mercury Nashville
09 - 10 - 08 - 09 - Greatest Love Story - LANco - Arista Nashville
10 - 12 - 58 - 01 - Blue Ain't Your Color - Keith Urban - Hit Red | Capitol Nashville
11 - 11 - 109 - 01 - Die A Happy Man - Thomas Rhett - Valory
12 - 15 - 06 - 12 - Losing Sleep - Chris Young - RCA Nashville
13 - 09 - 18 - 07 - Heartache On The Dance Floor - Jon Pardi - Capitol Nashville
14 - 14 - 06 - 14 - Like I Loved You - Brett Young - BMLG
15 - 13 - 78 - 01 - H.O.L.Y. - Florida Georgia Line - Republic Nashville // BMLG
16 - 16 - 09 - 15 - Light It Up - Luke Bryan - Capitol Nashville
17 - 17 - 04 - 17 - Yours - Russell Dickerson - Triple Tigers
18 - 20 - 22 - 13 - Drinkin' Problem - Midland - Big Machine
19 - 19 - 47 - 03 - Dirt On My Boots - Jon Pardi - Capitol Nashville
20 - NE - 01 - 20 - You Broke Up With Me - Walker Hayes - Monument
21 - 18 - 30 - 06 - Craving You - Thomas Rhett Featuring Maren Morris - Valory
22 - 22 - 61 - 02 - May We All - Florida Georgia Line Featuring Tim McGraw - BMLG
23 - 25 - 04 - 23 - Smooth - Florida Georgia Line - Republic Nashville // BMLG
24 - 21 - 08 - 20 - I Could Use A Love Song - Maren Morris - Columbia Nashville
25 - 24 - 05 - 21 - Every Little Thing - Carly Pearce - Dot // Big Machine

("Weeks on" should be correct now. Still miss-matches with Billboard's data base)
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Country Catalog Albums 
November 11, 2017

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01 - 02 - 261 - 01 - The Legend Of Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash - Columbia Nashville/Legacy/American/Island | UMe
02 - 03 - 242 - 01 - The Ultimate Hits - Garth Brooks - Pearl
03 - 04 - 43 - 01 - The Classic Christmas Album - Elvis Presley - RCA | Legacy
04 - 05 - 03 - 03 - Kill The Lights - Luke Bryan - Capitol Nashville | UMGN
05 - 08 - 309 - 01 - Greatest Hits - Shania Twain - Mercury | UMGN
06 - 06 - 608 - 01 - Super Hits - Willie Nelson - Columbia Nashville | Legacy
07 - 11 - 118 - 01 - Once Upon A Christmas - Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton - RCA Nashville/Sony BMG CMG/Sony Commercial Music Group | Legacy
08 - 12 - 246 - 01 - Precious Memories - Alan Jackson - ACR/EMI Nashville | Capitol CMG
09 - 13 - 45 - 01 - Merry Christmas... Love, Elvis - Elvis Presley - RCA | Legacy
10 - 14 - 149 - 02 - Honky Tonk Christmas - Alan Jackson - Arista Nashville/BMG Special Products | Sony Commercial Music Group
11 - 09 - 47 - 04 - The American Farewell Tour - Alabama - RCA Nashville
12 - 07 - 55 - 01 - Montevallo - Sam Hunt - MCA Nashville | UMGN
13 - 10 - 86 - 04 - Ultimate Waylon Jennings - Waylon Jennings - RCA Nashville/BMG Heritage | Legacy
14 - 16 - 06 - 12 - Precious Memories: Volume II - Alan Jackson - ACR/EMI Nashville | Capitol CMG
15 - 17 - 03 - 17 - The Classic Christmas Album - Alabama - RCA | Legacy
16 - 15 - 303 - 01 - The Essential Johnny Cash - Johnny Cash - Columbia Nashville | Legacy
17 - 19 - 42 - 02 - On This Winter's Night - Lady Antebellum - Capitol Nashville | UMGN
18 - 23 - 03 - 18 - Hymns - Joey + Rory - Farmhouse/Gaither | Capitol CMG
19 - 18 - 173 - 03 - Greatest Hits - Keith Urban - Capitol Nashville | UMGN
20 - 24 - 77 - 01 - 20 Greatest Hits - Merle Haggard - Capitol Nashville | UMe
21 - RE - 163 - 01 - Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Burl Ives - MCA Special Products | UMe
22 - RE - 22 - 13 - Country Christmas - Various Artists - Sony Commercial Music Group | Sony Commercial Music Group
23 - 21 - 26 - 04 - Black & White Night: 30 - Roy Orbison - Orbison | Legacy
24 - RE - 23 - 09 - The Best Of Burl Ives: 20th Century Masters The Christmas Collection - Burl Ives - MCA/Chronicles | UMe
25 - RE - 137 - 03 - Greatest Hits So Far... - Zac Brown Band - ROAR/Southern Ground/Atlantic | AG
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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 11:35 am

@Brain
22 - RE - 22 - 13 - Country Christmas - Various Artists - Sony Commercial Music Group | Sony Commercial Music Group
Do you know which release this is and do you happen to have the catalogue number?
(Already searched through discogs, Ebay, Barnes & Noble, Wal*mart, Amazon and iTunes. The Billboard data base does not yield any usable results [if ever])
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Country Digital Song Sales
November 11, 2017

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01 - 02 - 24 - 01 - What Ifs - Kane Brown Featuring Lauren Alaina - Zone 4 | RCA Nashville
02 - NE - 01 - 02 - Millionaire - Chris Stapleton - Mercury
03 - 03 - 17 - 03 - Greatest Love Story - LANco - Arista Nashville
04 - NE - 01 - 04 - Miss You More - Kelsea Ballerini - Black River
05 - 04 - 16 - 03 - When It Rains It Pours - Luke Combs - River House | Columbia Nashville
06 - 06 - 39 - 01 - Body Like A Back Road - Sam Hunt - MCA Nashville
07 - 05 - 13 - 02 - Unforgettable - Thomas Rhett - Valory
08 - 01 - 19 - 01 - Every Little Thing - Carly Pearce - Dot // Big Machine
09 - 08 - 15 - 08 - You Broke Up With Me - Walker Hayes - Monument
10 - 10 - 09 - 10 - Like I Loved You - Brett Young - BMLG
11 - 07 - 07 - 02 - I'll Name The Dogs - Blake Shelton - Warner Bros. | WMN
12 - 11 - 95 - 01 - Tennessee Whiskey - Chris Stapleton - Mercury Nashville
13 - 15 - 09 - 02 - Broken Halos - Chris Stapleton - Mercury Nashville
14 - 09 - 8 - 03 - Yours - Russell Dickerson - Triple Tigers
15 - NE - 01 - 15 - I Won't Back Down (Live From Saturday Night Live) - Jason Aldean - Universal Television/Macon/Broken Bow | BBMG
16 - 20 - 56 - 02 - In Case You Didn't Know - Brett Young - BMLG
17 - 19 - 10 - 02 - Light It Up - Luke Bryan - Capitol Nashville
18 - 22 - 02 - 22 - Up Down - Morgan Wallen Featuring Florida Georgia Line - Big Loud
19 - 16 - 35 - 02 - Small Town Boy - Dustin Lynch - Broken Bow
20 - 23 - 04 - 05 - Boy - Lee Brice - Curb
21 - 18 - 03 - 14 - The Long Way - Brett Eldredge - Atlantic | WMN
22 - 25 - 04 - 03 - Smooth - Florida Georgia Line - Republic Nashville // BMLG
23 - NE - 01 - 23 - All On Me - Devin Dawson - Atlantic | WMN
24 - RE - 03 - 07 - Marry Me - Thomas Rhett - Valory
25 - 24 - 25 - 04 - Tin Man - Miranda Lambert - Vanner | RCA Nashville
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:00 pm

Welcome back, trebor!
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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:19 pm

^^ 8-) (Never thought I would ever be missed)
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Postby trebor » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:28 pm

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01 - 01 - 12 - 01 - Unforgettable - Thomas Rhett - Valory
02 - 02 - 14 - 01 - When It Rains It Pours - Luke Combs - River House | Columbia Nashville
03 - 03 - 22 - 03 - More Girls Like You - Kip Moore - MCA Nashville
04 - 06 - 14 - 04 - What Ifs - Kane Brown Featuring Lauren Alaina - Zone 4 | RCA Nashville
05 - 07 - 13 - 05 - Dear Life - High Valley - Atlantic | WEA
06 - 08 - 15 - 06 - Every Little Thing - Carly Pearce - Dot // Big Machine
07 - 09 - 07 - 07 - I'll Name The Dogs - Blake Shelton - Warner Bros. | WMN
08 - 04 - 20 - 04 - Fix A Drink - Chris Janson - Warner Bros. | WAR
09 - 10 - 09 - 09 - Light It Up - Luke Bryan - Capitol Nashville
10 - 11 - 08 - 10 - It's Working - James Barker Band - Universal Music Canada
11 - 12 - 07 - 11 - We Were That Song - Brett Kissel - Bak 2 Bak | Warner Music Canada
12 - 05 - 13 - 04 - Waiting On You - Lindsay Ell - Stoney Creek
13 - 14 - 11 - 13 - Smooth - Florida Georgia Line - Republic Nashville // BMLG
14 - 18 - 08 - 14 - Like I Loved You - Brett Young - BMLG
15 - 15 - 19 - 01 - Small Town Boy - Dustin Lynch - Broken Bow
16 - 23 - 04 - 16 - Sleepin' Around - Dallas Smith - 604
17 - 22 - 11 - 17 - Greatest Love Story - LANco - Arista Nashville
18 - 19 - 07 - 18 - The Journey - Paul Brandt - Warner Music Canada
19 - 21 - 11 - 19 - Paradise Found - Shawn Austin - SteelHead | 604
20 - 17 - 12 - 17 - Out Of The Blue - Chad Brownlee - MDM Recordings
21 - 20 - 14 - 20 - Losing Sleep - Chris Young - RCA Nashville
22 - 13 - 14 - 10 - Just Got Paid - Emerson Drive - Big Star
23 - 25 - 13 - 23 - Hometown Kids - The Reklaws - Universal Music Canada
24 - 24 - 11 - 23 - Born To Love - Jason Blaine - Wax
25 - 16 - 18 - 02 - All The Pretty Girls - Kenny Chesney - Blue Chair | Columbia Nashville
26 - 30 - 25 - 14 - I Could Use A Love Song - Maren Morris - Columbia Nashville
27 - 26 - 24 - 01 - Heartache On The Dance Floor - Jon Pardi - Capitol Nashville
28 - 35 - 04 - 28 - Written In The Sand - Old Dominion - RCA Nashville
29 - 28 - 24 - 08 - Round Here Buzz - Eric Church - EMI Nashville
30 - 34 - 07 - 30 - Born And Raised - Hunter Brothers - Open Road
31 - 32 - 09 - 31 - The Long Way - Brett Eldredge - Atlantic | WMN
32 - 31 - 04 - 31 - Make A Little - Midland - Big Machine
33 - 33 - 09 - 33 - Roots - Zac Brown Band - Southern Ground/Elektra | WAR
34 - 27 - 16 - 09 - Shine - The Washboard Union - Warner Music Canada
35 - 36 - 13 - 30 - Ask Me How I Know - Garth Brooks - Pearl
36 - 38 - 06 - 36 - In Comes The Night - Bobby Wills - MDM Recordings
37 - 40 - 05 - 37 - Forever Rebels - Tim Hicks - Open Road
38 - 41 - 14 - 37 - A Girl Like You - Easton Corbin - Mercury Nashville
39 - 37 - 10 - 28 - Your Love Is The Drug - The Road Hammers - Open Road
40 - 39 - 03 - 39 - Dear Hate - Maren Morris Featuring Vince Gill - Columbia Nashville
41 - 44 - 04 - 41 - Ain't It Grand - Gord Bamford Featuring Jim Cuddy - Cache | Sony Music Canada
42 - 42 - 19 - 11 - On Me - Andrew Hyatt - Wax
43 - 45 - 03 - 43 - Legends - Kelsea Ballerini - Black River
44 - 43 - 17 - 16 - Kill Your Love - Jess Moskaluke - MDM Recordings
45 - 49 - 02 - 45 - Yours - Russell Dickerson - Triple Tigers
46 - 48 - 02 - 46 - Miss Me Yet - Aaron Goodvin - Rezolute/Song Factory/warner music canada | Warner
47 - 50 - 19 - 05 - Livin' On Summertime - Gord Bamford - Cache | Sony Music Canada
48 - NE - 01 - 48 - You Me We - Geneviève Fisher - WOR
49 - NE - 01 - 49 - Outta Style - Aaron Watson - BIG Label | Sony Music
50 - NE - 01 - 50 - Blame It On The Neon - Leaving Thomas - MDM Recordings | Universal
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