US Billboard Charts (25/11/2017)

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Postby borderwolf » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:04 pm

Carly Pearce Is First Woman to Top Country Airplay Chart With Debut Hit Since Kelsea Ballerini
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... play-chart
11/14/2017 by Jim Asker

"Every Little Thing" lifts 3-1 on the survey.

For just the third time in almost 12 years, a woman's debut single tops Billboard's Country Airplay chart.

In its 35th frame, Carly Pearce's "Every Little Thing" romps 3-1 (on the chart dated Nov. 25), increasing 10 percent to 44.7 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music. On Hot Country Songs, it holds at No. 7 (after reaching No. 5).

Pearce's co-written ballad is from her debut full-length, which debuted and peaked at No. 4 on Top Country Albums (Nov. 4; 15,000 equivalent album units).

"Thing" marks the first career-opening Country Airplay No. 1 by a solo woman since Kelsea Ballerini's "Love Me Like You Mean It," which topped the July 4, 2015, chart. Prior to Ballerini, nine years had passed since Carrie Underwood arrived with her first single officially promoted to country radio, "Jesus, Take the Wheel," which began a six-week reign on Jan. 21, 2006.

"You work so hard, dreaming and praying you'll be able to do this professionally in any capacity," Pearce tells Billboard. "To have ["Thing"] come from such a real place in my life and to have done what it's done is indescribable. To be alongside Carrie and Kelsea is the greatest honor. All I've ever wanted to do is sing country music. Every dream is coming true."

'BUZZ' CUT: Bookending the Country Airplay top 10, Eric Church scores his 13th top 10 on the chart, as "Round Here Buzz" pushes 12-10 (27.8 million, up 6 percent). It's his second top 10 of 2017, following the Rhiannon Giddens-assisted "Kill a Word" (No. 6, April).
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Postby borderwolf » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:06 pm

'Rains' Reigns: Luke Combs Earns First No. 1 on Hot Country Songs Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... ains-pours
11/14/2017 by Jim Asker

"When It Rains It Pours" rises to the top.

Luke Combs' "When It Rains It Pours" ascends 2-1 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs chart (dated Nov. 25), marking his first leader on the ranking, which blends streaming, airplay and sales data.

"Rains" is the second single from Combs' LP This One's for You, which bowed atop the June 24 Top Country Albums chart with 43,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. Debut single "Hurricane" peaked at No. 3 on Hot Country Songs and led Country Airplay for two weeks beginning May 27.

"Rains" rises by 6 percent to 9.6 million U.S. streams, as it holds at its No. 2 peak on Country Streaming Songs. On Country Airplay, where it ruled for two weeks beginning Nov. 4, it remains in the top five (2-4; down 9 percent to 39.9 million in audience). It drops 3-8 on Country Digital Song Sales but gains by 6 percent to 14,000 sold.

"Rains" dethrones Kane Brown's "What Ifs," featuring Lauren Alaina, after five weeks atop Hot Country Songs. Before that, Sam Hunt's "Body Like a Back Road" ruled for a record 34 weeks, beginning Feb. 25. Only one other title has ascended to No. 1 on Hot Country Songs in 2017: Little Big Town's "Better Man," which, written by Taylor Swift, won song of the year honors at the Country Music Association Awards Nov. 8.
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Postby borderwolf » Tue Nov 14, 2017 8:08 pm

Blake Shelton Scores Sixth No. 1 on Top Country Albums Chart With 'Texoma Shore'
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... bums-chart
11/14/2017 by Jim Asker

Also: bows for Kelsea Ballerini, Kid Rock & Lee Brice.

Blake Shelton earns his sixth No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart, all of which have debuted at the summit, as Texoma Shore arrives atop the chart dated Nov. 25, earning 63,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 55,000 were in traditional album sales.

On the all-genre Billboard 200, the set starts at No. 4, marking his 11th top 10.

The release follows If I'm Honest, which launched at No. 1 on Top Country Albums and No. 3 on the Billboard 200 (June 11, 2016; 170,000 units, with 153,000 in traditional sales).

Shelton entered the Top Country Albums penthouse for the first time with EP All About Tonight (2010) and followed with Red River Blue (2011), Based on a True Story… (2013) and Bringing Back the Sunshine (2014).

Lead Texoma Shore single "I'll Name the Dogs" jumps 10-6 on the Hot Country Songs chart, a new high for his 29th top 10 on the tally.

OTHER TOP 10 DEBUTS: Kelsea Ballerini's second LP, Unapologetically, opens at No. 3 on Top Country Albums, earning 44,000 units in its first week (with 35,000 in traditional album sales). Unapologetically marks the singer-songwriter's best sales week and highest start on the chart; her debut full-length, The First Time, began at No. 4 on June 6, 2015, with 13,000 sold.

Concurrently on Top Country Albums, Kid Rock makes his first appearance with his Southern rock/country set Sweet Southern Sugar, new at No. 4 (43,000 units). Two of its tracks have hit Hot Country Songs: "Po-Dunk" (No. 27, August) and "Tennessee Mountain Top" (No. 36, September). Rock reached a No. 4 Hot Country Songs peak in 2008 with the No. 4 smash "All Summer Long," which rose to No. 3 on the all-genre Radio Songs chart, boosted by heavy pop airplay.

Also new in the Top Country Albums top 10 is Lee Brice's self-titled LP, which arrives at No. 7 (15,000), marking his fourth top 10.
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Postby Bcl » Wed Nov 15, 2017 1:56 am

Billboard hasn't updated it's chart search database with this week's chart yet. Does anyone know why?
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 15, 2017 5:45 am

Sam Smith Hits No. 1 on Billboard Artist 100, Thanks to 'The Thrill of It All' Debut
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... -of-it-all
11/14/2017 by Xander Zellner

Plus, Kelsea Ballerini re-enters at a new peak in the top 20.

Sam Smith leaps from No. 10 to No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (dated Nov. 25) to become the top musical act in the U.S. for the first time in three years. He previously spent three weeks atop the ranking in 2014, fueled by the start of his first album, In the Lonely Hour.

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.

Smith's latest reign is powered by his new album The Thrill of It All, which debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 237,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. The set is Smith's first Billboard 200 No. 1, as Lonely Hour debuted and peaked at No. 2 in 2014.

Album sales contribute the majority of Smith's Artist 100 points (70 percent), followed by streaming (12 percent). The lead single from the album, "Too Good at Goodbyes," concurrently hits a new peak on the Billboard Hot 100, surging 10-4.

Maroon 5 vaults 27-2 on the Artist 100, as the group's sixth studio album, Red Pill Blues, opens at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 (122,000 units). The set earns the group its sixth Billboard 200 top 10 and fifth top five title. Maroon 5 previously spent two weeks at No. 1 on the Artist 100 in September 2014, driven by the arrival of its prior LP, V.

Rounding out the Artist 100's top five, Ed Sheeran holds at No. 3, Taylor Swift rises 6-4 and Imagine Dragons dip 4-5.

Among other Artist 100 moves, country singer-songwriter Kelsea Ballerini re-enters at a new peak of No. 18, as her sophomore studio album, Unapologetically, debuts at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 (44,000 units), marking her first top 10.
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Postby Tansike » Wed Nov 15, 2017 5:26 pm

I guess it looks like the sales won't leak this week :(
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:04 pm

Harry Styles Reaches New Social 50 Chart High After 'Kiwi' Video
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... kiwi-video
11/15/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The One Direction member’s third solo video helps him to No. 2 on the latest chart. Also, MONSTA X debuts and Sia and Puff Daddy re-enter.

Harry Styles leaps 20-2 on Billboard’s Social 50 chart dated Nov. 25, his highest rank yet, following the release of his latest music video.

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 Nov. 9, and BTS is No. 1 for a 48th week.

Styles, who previously charted at No. 3 for two weeks earlier this year (charts dated April 22 and 29), scored a 107 percent gain in all chart metrics, including a 162 percent boost in Twitter reactions, according to Next Big Sound. He landed 460,000 reactions in all, adding to the 11.3 million he snagged on Instagram and the 532,000 on YouTube around the release of “Kiwi.” The clip is the third music video and single from the One Direction member’s self-titled debut solo album that crowned the Billboard 200 earlier this year (No. 1, June 3-dated chart; with 230,000 equivalent album units earned in its first week according to Nielsen Music).

Leading up to the video’s Nov. 8 premiere, Styles posted multiple photos and stills of the clip, driving social awareness of “Kiwi” before it even aired.

Two of the chart’s top three are members of One Direction, as Niall Horan moves 6-3. A chunk of his 22 percent rise in Twitter mentions came via Horan’s performance on the Nov. 8 Country Music Association Awards in Nashville. At the show, he sang “I Could Use a Love Song” and “Seeing Blind” with Maren Morris. It’s the first time two members of One Direction have been within the top three at the same time.

The chart’s top debut belongs to MONSTA X. The K-pop group bows at No. 18 following the Nov. 7 release of new EP The Code, earning 624,000 Twitter reactions and 949,000 Instagram reactions. The band also teased the music video for “Dramarama” on social media; the clip was eventually released Nov. 14.

Also, Sia re-enters at No. 39, her first Social 50 chart appearance since re-entering at No. 47 on the Feb. 4-dated ranking. While some of her chart metrics come from chatter about her holiday album Everyday Is Christmas, the singer gains with a post that flies in the face of her usual camera-shy self. After covertly taken photos showing the singer nude were made available for purchase online, Sia posted one to her social media channels to thwart their sale.

“Someone is apparently trying to sell naked photos of me to my fans,” she wrote, adding some album promo in the process. “Save your money, here it is for free. Everyday is Christmas!” The photo spurred a 2,508 percent boost in Twitter reactions, up to 244,000 in all.

One spot below Sia, Puff Daddy re-enters the Social 50 at No. 40, making his first appearance in three years (Nov. 1, 2014). And yes, it was about yet another name change for the rapper (who’s also gone by P. Diddy, Diddy and Puffy, often shifting between those names depending on his latest music’s release), though this one ended up in jest. On Nov. 4, the rapper announced via Twitter that he was changing his name to Brother Love (also the name of a former WWE wrestler, who was understandably unhappy with the decision).

However, Puff later confirmed that the name change wasn’t real, revealing on Nov. 7 that “I’ve come to the conclusion that you CANNOT play around with the Internet” and that it was a joke. Nonetheless, the spike in attention (the original video was oft-covered by multiple news outlets) shot the rapper back onto the chart with 3.7 million Instagram reactions and a 168 percent boost in Wikipedia views.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:11 pm

Portugal. The Man's 'Feel It Still' a Week Away From No. 1 Longevity Record Atop Alternative Songs
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... ongs-chart
11/15/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The song reigns for an 18th frame. Only Muse's "Madness," at 19 weeks, has led longer.

After ruling Billboard's Alternative Songs airplay chart for 17 weeks with "Feel It Still," then dipping to No. 2 for three weeks, Portugal. The Man's biggest hit is back atop the tally (dated Nov. 25).

The song, which relented to Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" during its three-week span at No. 2, notches its 18th week at No. 1 and now slots into a second-place tie for the most weeks atop the chart, which began in 1988. The record-holder, Muse's "Madness," ruled for 19 weeks, while Foo Fighters' "The Pretender" also led for 18 frames.

Previously, "Feel" was tied for third all-time with another Muse hit, "Uprising."

Most Weeks at No. 1 on Alternative Songs

19, "Madness," Muse, 2012-13
18, "Feel It Still," Portugal. The Man, 2017
18, "The Pretender," Foo Fighters, 2007
17, "Uprising," Muse, 2009-10
16, "Boulevard of Broken Dreams," Green Day, 2004-05
16, "It's Been Awhile," Staind, 2001
16, "Scar Tissue," Red Hot Chili Peppers, 1999

"Feel" additionally tops the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart for a 16th week (tied for sixth all-time; the chart began in 2009), scoring 11.8 million audience impressions in the tracking week, according to Nielsen Music. In all, the song accrued 118 million in audience across all radio formats, earning its fifth week at No. 1 on Radio Songs. It's also No. 1 on Pop Songs and Dance/Mix Show Airplay for a third week each. Having previously led Adult Alternative Songs (for 11 weeks) and Adult Pop Songs (four), the song has crossed to No. 1 on more airplay charts than any other rock track in five years.

To tie the Alternative Songs record and earn a 19th week at No. 1, "Feel" will have to hold off a return charge from "Thunder" (which currently sports a narrow lead over "Feel" on Nielsen's real-time building chart), as well as the continued approach of Thirty Seconds to Mars' "Walk on Water" (No. 3), which also jumps to No. 2 on Rock Airplay, up 8 percent to 10.4 million impressions.

Meanwhile, Portugal. The Man has a budding follow-up hit on its hands. "Live in the Moment" rises 22-20 on Adult Alternative Songs; debuts at No. 33 on Alternative Songs; and bumps 45-41 on Rock Airplay (1.3 million impressions, up 17 percent).
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Postby nympho » Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:25 pm

Tansike wrote:I guess it looks like the sales won't leak this week :(
I think maybe cdsingles didn't post the album sales chart because he didn't get it, because of this:

Bcl wrote:Billboard hasn't updated it's chart search database with this week's chart yet. Does anyone know why?
It hasn't been updated yet, actually.

I don't know. Hopefully he can post it in the following days.
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Postby trebor » Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:40 pm

Top 30 Digital Country Singles Chart: November 14, 2017
© RoughStock: Posted By Matt Bjorke on Wednesday November 15, 2017 at 08:46AM PST

Keith Urban debuts at #1 on this chart for the very first time with "Female," his buzzworthy new single. Where did the other post-CMA Awards tracks fall?

Place - Artist - Track - Sales - ( Total )
1 - KEITH URBAN - FEMALE - 21,000 - ( 21,000 )
2 - CHRIS STAPLETON - BROKEN HALOS - 20,000 - ( 222,000 )
3 - LANCO - GREATEST LOVE STORY - 18,000 - ( 358,000 )
4 - K.BROWN/L.ALAINA - WHAT IFS - 18,000 - ( 515,000 )
5 - BROTHERS OSBORNE - IT AIN'T MY FAULT - 18,000 - ( 342,000 )
6 - THOMAS RHETT - UNFORGETTABLE - 16,000 - ( 210,000 )
7 - BLAKE SHELTON - I'LL NAME THE DOGS - 16,000 - ( 120,000 )
8 - LUKE COMBS - WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS - 14,000 - ( 274,000 )
9 - SAM HUNT - BODY LIKE A BACK ROAD - 12,000 - ( 1,756,000 )
10 - TIM MCGRAW & FAITH HILL - THE REST OF OUR LIFE - 12,000 - ( 46,000 )
11 - LUKE BRYAN - LIGHT IT UP - 12,000 - ( 118,000 )
12 - LUKE BRYAN - MOST PEOPLE ARE GOOD - 11,000 - ( 11,000 )
13 - KELSEA BALLERINI - I HATE LOVE SONGS - 10,000 - ( 10,000 )
14 - CARLY PEARCE - EVERY LITTLE THING - 10,000 - ( 324,000 )
15 - BRETT YOUNG - LIKE I LOVED YOU - 10,000 - ( 138,000 )
16 - WALKER HAYES - YOU BROKE UP WITH ME - 10,000 - ( 211,000 )
17 - KEITH URBAN - BLUE AIN'T YOUR COLOR - 10,000 - ( 1,139,000 )
18 - CHRIS STAPLETON - TENNESSEE WHISKEY - 9,000 - ( 1,360,000 )
19 - MIRANDA LAMBERT - TIN MAN - 9,000 - ( 313,000 )
20 - RUSSELL DICKERSON - YOURS - 9,000 - ( 298,000 )
21 - BRETT YOUNG - IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW - 8,000 - ( 963,000 )
22 - LITTLE BIG TOWN - BETTER MAN - 8,000 - ( 736,000 )
23 - DEVIN DAWSON - ALL ON ME - 7,000 - ( 88,000 )
24 - MAREN MORRIS - I COULD USE A LOVE SONG - 7,000 - ( 184,000 )
25 - LEE BRICCE - BOY - 7,000 - ( 115,000 )
26 - MIRANDA LAMBERT - TO LEARN HER - 6,000 - ( 13,000 )
27 - OLD DOMINION - WRITTEN IN THE SAND - 6,000 - ( 92,000 )
28 - JON PARDI - DIRT ON MY BOOTS - 6,000 - ( 718,000 )
29 - DUSTIN LYNCH - SMALL TOWN BOY - 6,000 - ( 461,000 )
30 - ERIC CHURCH - ROUND HERE BUZZ - 6,000 - ( 163,000 )
Note - KANE BROWN - HEAVEN - 4,000 - ( 53,000 )
Note - DANIELLE BRADBERY - SWAY - 4,000 - ( 66,000 )
Note - JORDAN DAVIS - SINGLES YOU UP - 3,000 - ( 53,000 )
Note - C.LANE/T.KELLY - TAKE ME BACK HOME GIRL - 2,000 - ( 19,000 )
Note - HIGH VALLEY - SHE'S WITH ME - 2,000 - ( 52,000 )

Falling Off - CHRIS YOUNG - LOSING SLEEP - 6,000 - ( 146,000 )
Falling Off - SCOTTY MCCREERY - FIVE MORE MINUTES - 6,000 - ( 109,000 )
Falling Off - JON PARDI - HEARTACHE ON THE DANCEFLOOR - 6,000 - ( 240,000 )
Falling Off - THOMAS RHETT - MARRY ME - 6,000 - ( 46,000 )
Falling Off - BRETT ELDREDGE - THE LONG WAY - 5,000 - ( 65,000 )
Falling Off - FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE - SMOOTH - 5,000 - ( 130,000 )
Falling Off - CHRIS JANSON - FIX A DRINK - 4,000 - ( 152,000 )
Falling Off - MORGAN WALLEN/FGL - UP DOWN - 4,000 - ( 21,000 )
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Postby trebor » Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:47 pm

Top 10 Country Albums Chart: November 13, 2017
© RoughStock: Posted By Matt Bjorke on Monday November 13, 2017 at 09:03AM PST

Blake Shelton scores another #1 and out-paces new albums from Kelsea Ballerini, Ned LeDoux, Amanda Cook, Lee Brice and Kid Rock.

Place - Artist - Album - Week - ( Total Scans )
1 - BLAKE SHELTON - TEXOMA SHORE - 55,000 - ( 55,000 )
2 - KENNY CHESNEY - LIVE IN NO SHOES NATION - 51,300 - ( 268,100 )
3 - KID ROCK - SWEET SOUTHERN SUGAR - 40,800 - ( 40,800 )
4 - KELSEA BALLERINI - UNAPOLOGETICALLY - 34,900 - ( 34,900 )
5 - LEE BRICE - LEE BRICE - 12,200 - ( 12,200 )
6 - CHRIS STAPLETON - FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 1 - 11,100 - ( 564,800 )
7 - CHRIS STAPLETON - TRAVELLER - 7,400 - ( 2,110,300 )
8 - DARIUS RUCKER - WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME - 6,700 - ( 46,400 )
9 - KANE BROWN - KANE BROWN - 6,100 - ( 250,400 )
10 - LUKE COMBS - THIS ONE'S FOR YOU - 5,500 - ( 145,100 )
11 - JESSIE JAMES DECKER - SOUTHERN GIRL CITY LIGHTS - 5,300 - ( 27,100 )
12 - SHANIA TWAIN - NOW - 5,000 - ( 173,500 )
13 - THOMAS RHETT - LIFE CHANGES - 4,500 - ( 163,800 )
14 - ROY ORBISON - LOVE SO BEAUTIFUL: ROY ORBIS - 4,500 - ( 4,500 )
15 - CHRIS YOUNG - LOSING SLEEP - 4,500 - ( 43,600 )
-- - NED LEDOUX - SAGEBRUSH - 4,000 - ( 4,000 )
-- - ALAN JACKSON - PRECIOUS MEMORIES COL (2CD) - 3,800 - ( 84,600 )
-- - BROTHERS OSBORNE - PAWN SHOP - 3,700 - ( 174,200 )
-- - MIRANDA LAMBERT - WEIGHT OF THESE WINGS - 3,600 - ( 399,500 )
-- - KEITH URBAN - RIPCORD - 3,500 - ( 677,600 )
-- - JON PARDI - CALIFORNIA SUNRISE - 2,800 - ( 194,600 )
-- - BRETT YOUNG - BRETT YOUNG - 2,600 - ( 154,400 )
-- - OLD DOMINION - HAPPY ENDINGS - 2,500 - ( 55,100 )
-- - ERIC CHURCH - MR. MISUNDERSTOOD - 2,500 - ( 567,500 )
-- - GRANGER SMITH - WHEN THE GOOD GUYS WIN - 2,300 - ( 17,100 )
-- - LITTLE BIG TOWN - BREAKER - 2,300 - ( 146,200 )
-- - DUSTIN LYNCH - CURRENT MOOD - 2,100 - ( 50,700 )
-- - ALABAMA - AMERICAN CHRISTMAS - 2,000 - ( 7,200 )
-- - ZAC BROWN BAND - WELCOME HOME - 2,000 - ( 282,300 )
-- - LADY ANTEBELLUM - HEART BREAK - 1,900 - ( 139,300 )
-- - MIDLAND - ON THE ROCKS - 1,800 - ( 34,500 )
-- - WILLIE NELSON - WILLIE AND THE BOYS: WILLIE'S - 1,700 - ( 9,200 )
-- - CARLY PEARCE - EVERY LITTLE THING - 1,600 - ( 16,200 )
-- - MAREN MORRIS - HERO - 1,600 - ( 261,400 )
-- - BRETT ELDREDGE - BRETT ELDREDGE - 1,500 - ( 65,700 )
-- - KIP MOORE - SLOWHEART - 1,200 - ( 38,800 )
-- - DOLLY PARTON - I BELIEVE IN YOU - 1,100 - ( 11,100 )
-- - JASON ISBELL/400 UNIT - NASHVILLE SOUND - 1,100 - ( 106,300 )
-- - MARGO PRICE - ALL AMERICAN MADE - 1,100 - ( 10,000 )
-- - JASON ALDEAN - THEY DON'T KNOW - 1,100 - ( 419,700 )
-- - TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS - LONG WAY FROM YOUR HEART - 1,100 - ( 19,700 )
-- - LEE ANN WOMACK - LONELY, LONESOME & GONE - 1,000 - ( 4,200 )
-- - BLAKE SHELTON - IF I'M HONEST - 1,000 - ( 627,300 )
-- - CHRIS JANSON - EVERYBODY - 900 - ( 17,100 )
-- - FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE - DIG YOUR ROOTS - 900 - ( 430,900 )
-- - KENNY CHESNEY - COSMIC HALLELUJAH - 800 - ( 236,600 )
-- - HOME FREE - TIMELESS - 700 - ( 24,600 )
-- - CHARLIE DANIELS - MEMORIES, MEMOIRS & MILES: SON - 700 - ( 2,300 )
-- - REBA MCENTIRE - SING IT NOW:SONGS OF FAITH - 700 - ( 200,400 )
-- - DYLAN SCOTT - DYLAN SCOTT - 700 - ( 51,800 )
-- - WILLIE NELSON - GOD'S PROBLEM CHILD - 600 - ( 97,100 )
-- - TOBY KEITH - BUS SONGS - 600 - ( 23,900 )
-- - BRAD PAISLEY - LOVE AND WAR - 600 - ( 69,000 )
-- - LUKAS NELSAN/PTR - LUKAS NELSAN/PTR - 600 - ( 11,800 )
-- - DIERKS BENTLEY - BLACK - 600 - ( 275,900 )
-- - AARON LEWIS - SINNER - 600 - ( 135,700 )
-- - TYLER CHILDERS - PURGATORY - 500 - ( 13,700 )
-- - BRANTLEY GILBERT - THE DEVIL DON'T SLEEP - 500 - ( 196,600 )
-- - JOEY MARTIN FEEK - IF NOT FOR YOU - 500 - ( 57,000 )
-- - RUSSELL DICKERSON - YOURS - 500 - ( 9,400 )
-- - AMANDA COOK - DEEP WATER - 500 - ( 500 )
-- - BIG & RICH - DID IT FOR THE PARTY - 400 - ( 38,000 )
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Postby trebor » Wed Nov 15, 2017 7:58 pm

Metal By Numbers 11/15: The dusk in sales
© Metal Insider: Posted by Matt Brown on November 15, 2017
Metal By Numbers is a weekly column in which we look at the top metal sellers and debuts of the week.

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The last time Converge put out an album I had barely started writing at Metal Insider. Hell, I hadn’t even taken over Metal By Numbers yet. And, on top of it all, I didn’t listen to Converge yet. All We Love We Leave behind was my first foray into Converge’s discography, and since then I’ve seen them live, given their whole catalogue several listens, and, like many fans, waited impatiently for the band to release another album. It’s finally here, and it’s awesome.

Notable Debuts:

Kid Rock, Sweet Southern Sugar (BMG)
Debut #5
40,800 sold
This debuted in the top five, but it’s nowhere near what his last two albums debuted with.

Converge, The Dusk In Us (Epitaph/Deathwish)
Debut #16
9,575 sold
With a top twenty debut, this is by far Converge’s best debut of their career thus far. Here’s the numbers for 2012’s All We Love We Leave Behind for comparison.

Cannibal Corpse, Red Before Black (Metal Blade)
Debut #21
7,150 sold
Cannibal Corpse’s fourteenth studio album is their highest charting yet.

Like Moths To Flames, Dark Divine (Rise)
Debut #118
1,875 sold
The band’s fourth album debuts way lower than its previous two albums.

Annihilator, For The Demented (Neverland Music)
700 sold
This is the band’s sixteenth album. It sold roughly the same as its previous album.

Scour, Red (Housecore)
680 sold
The second EP from the Philip Anselmo fronted band has a higher debut than the previous one.

Beast In Black, Berserker (Nuclear Blast)
625 sold
This is the band’s debut album.

Zao, Pyrrhic Victory (Observed/Observer)
590 sold
This new EP comes a year after the band’s newest LP.

Polaris, The Mortal Coil (SharpTone)
580 sold
This is the band’s debut album.

Signs Of The Swarm, The Disfigurement Of Existence (Unique Leader)
570 sold
Another debut album.

Every Mother’s Nightmare, Grind (HighVol)
540 sold
This is the sixth album from this Nashville hair metal band.

Moonspell, 1755 (Napalm)
530 sold
This is the band’s eleventh studio album.

My Enemies & I, The Beast Inside (Fearless)
520 sold
Yet another debut album.

Lunatic Soul, Fractured (Kscope)
300 sold
This is the fifth album from Mariusz Duda’s (Riverside) side project.

Black Water Rising, Electrified (Pavement)
230 sold
This is the band’s third album.

Notable Sales:

metallicahardwiredMetallica, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct (Blackened)
#45 (from 25)
3,900 sold
A 49% drop.

Theory of a Deadman, Wake Up Call (Atlantic)
#46 (from 10)
3,775 sold
A 78% drop in week two.

Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold (RCA/Roswell)
#50 (from 47)
3,675 sold
A 10% drop.

Hollywood Undead, Five (BMG)
#81 (from 7)
2,500 sold
An 86% drop in week two.

Linkin Park, One More Light (Warner Bros.)
#97 (from 68)
2,200 sold
A 25% boost.

Greta Van Fleet, Black Smoke Rising EP (Republic)
#103 (from 84)
2,050 sold
A 13% drop.

Trivium, The Sin And The Sentence (Roadrunner)
#125 (from 61)
1,750 sold
A drop of 44%.

Marilyn Manson, Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista)
#131 (from 86)
1,700 sold
A 27% drop with over 45,000 sold.

Red, Gone (Essential)
#133 (from 13)
1,650 sold
A second week drop of 88%.

Queens Of The Stone Age, Villains (Matador Records)
#172 (from 117)
1,300 sold
A 20% drop.

The Used, The Canyon (Hopeless)
#176 (from 16)
1,275 sold
A second week 88% drop.

10 Years, (How To Live) As Ghosts (Mascot)
#181 (from 28)
1,250 sold
I missed this one last week. It debuted with over 7,000 sold.

Primus, The Desaturating Seven (ATO)
#189 (from 144)
1,175 sold
Over 25,000 sold.

Sons Of Apollo, Psychotic Symphony (InsideOut)
720 sold
A 38% drop.

Power Trip, Nightmare Logic (Southern Lord)
410 sold
This got boosted back up the charts.

Bell Witch, Mirror Reaper (Profound Lore)
380 sold
An 18% drop.

Chelsea Wolfe, Hiss Spun (Sargent House)
350 sold
A 35% drop.

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Volume 1 (Reissue) (Rise Above)
330 sold
A 12% drop.

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Sketches of Brunswick East (ATO)
300 sold
A tiny 4% drop.

hailthesun_culturescarsHail The Sun, Culture Scars (Equal Vision)
280 sold
This also got boosted back up the charts.

Ne Obliviscaris, Urn (Season of Mist)
260 sold
A second week 83% drop.

Enslaved, E (Nuclear Blast)
230 sold
A 16% drop.

Ashes Remain, Let the Light In (BEC)
230 sold
An 80% drop in week two.

Revolution Saints, Light in the Dark (Frontiers)
220 sold
A 39% drop.

Appice, Sinister (Steamhammer)
210 sold
A 69% drop in week two.

Exhumed, Death Revenge (Relapse)
200 sold
A 19% drop.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:38 am

Seventeen Earn Second No. 1 on World Albums Chart With 'Teen, Age'
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... rld-albums
11/15/2017 by Jeff Benjamin

The 13-member boy band also hit a new peak on the Social 50 chart.

Earlier this year, Seventeen told Billboard they expected 2017 would be a significant year for them and the boy band continues to prove that with a new, chart-topping album.

The 13-member group's new full-length effort, 02: Teen, Age, debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's World Albums chart, selling 1,000 copies in the week ending Nov. 9, according to Nielsen Music and marking the best-selling K-pop album in America this week. The LP also marks the group's second-best first-week sales in America, behind June's Al1 EP which holds their best sales week in America yet. The achievement also comes during a particularly competitive week among K-pop acts with new entries from Monsta X, Super Junior, EXID and Block B.

This is Seventeen's first No. 1 on World Albums in nearly two years after their Boys Be EP hit the top spot in 2015. Seventeen has sent all of their releases to the Top 10 of World Albums starting with two EPs in 2015 with 17 Carat (which eventually peaked at No. 8) and Boys Be (No. 1), followed by two releases in 2016 with their debut full-length Love & Letter (No. 3) and Going Seventeen EP (also No. 3), followed by this year's Al1 EP (No. 2).

Seventeen now joins an elite group of K-pop acts that boast multiple No. 1s on the World Albums chart. With two chart-toppers, Seventeen is in good company with SHINee, Taeyang, f(x) and Girls' Generation-TTS, who all have a pair of No. 1s. They are only beat out by Girls' Generation, G-Dragon, EXO and Red Velvet (who have three each), as well as BTS, B.A.P and GOT7 (with four). Notably, Seventeen coming from Pledis Entertainment makes them just the third act in this list alongside BTS and B.A.P to not be one of the "big three" Korean record labels of SM, YG and JYP Entertainment that houses all of the other aforementioned acts.

Elsewhere, Seventeen make a big return to the World Digital Songs Sales chart with four new entries. Their best-charting song comes via their funky, rocking single "Clap" at No. 4 -- the second-best selling K-pop song in America this week -- followed by "Change Up" (which starts at No. 12), "Trauma" (No. 15) and "Lili Yabbay" (No. 20). The latter three songs were previously teased with different splinter units of Seventeen performing and releasing music videos for the songs in the weeks leading up to Teen, Age. Seventeen's best entry on World Digital Song Sales is "Very Nice" which hit No. 2 last summer.

Seventeen also return to the Heatseekers Albums chart as Teen, Age debuts at No. 8 on the ranking, their fourth entry on the chart that sees far fewer K-pop acts -- though, this week remarkably has three. The LP is the 12th K-pop record to make it in the Top 10 of the Heatseekers chart this year.

The guys' last achievement in an exciting release week comes with a surge up the Social 50 chart to a new peak of No. 12. This makes Seventeen the second-most active K-pop on social networks this week, only behind BTS who spend their 48th week at No. 1 on the chart.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:39 am

Led Zeppelin's 'Immigrant Song' Gains by Nearly 1,000% in Sales Thanks to 'Thor' Synch
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... sales-thor
11/15/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The classic, featured in the newly-released movie "Thor: Ragnarok," achieves its best digital sales week.

Led Zeppelin's "Immigrant Song" returns to No. 1 on a Billboard chart thanks, once again, to Thor: Ragnarok.

After originally appearing in the film's trailer this spring (spurring a 7,000-download sales week on April 29-dated charts, according to Nielsen Music, good for No. 1 that frame on Hard Rock Digital Song Sales), the 1970 classic off Led Zeppelin III jumps back to No. 1 (from No. 14) on Hard Rock Digital Song Sales after being included in the Thor film itself, which opened in North American theaters Nov. 3.

"Immigrant" increases by a whopping 977 percent to 18,000 sold in the week ending Nov. 9, up from 2,000 in the previous week. That's the best tally for the song since it was first released digitally; it moved 14,000 its first week out as a download, nearly a decade prior (reflected on the chart dated Dec. 1, 2007).

Its latest sales sum is also good for No. 3 on Rock Digital Song Sales, the band's best rank on the chart, eclipsing the then-No. 9 peak of "Immigrant" earlier this year when the Thor trailer premiered. The track re-enters the all-genre Digital Song Sales chart at No. 27, marking the band's highest position and first appearance since Dec. 8, 2007.

Fueled by its sales surge and 133 percent boost to 2.1 million U.S. streams, "Immigrant" returns at a new No. 4 high on Hot Rock Songs, where older songs can re-enter if showing a meaningful increase and ranking in the top 25. The song previously hit No. 16 powered by the Thor trailer earlier this year.

That's not all. On the Billboard 200, Mothership, the Led Zeppelin greatest hits compilation released in 2007 concurrent with the band's digital debut, leaps 166-80 with a 70 percent gain to 8,000 equivalent album units. While track and streaming equivalent units make for a sizable chunk of that overall total, Mothership moved 2,000 in pure sales, a 71 percent increase. The set also bounds 11-2 on Hard Rock Albums.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:45 am

Blake Shelton Scores Second No. 1 on Top Facebook Live Videos Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... number-one
11/15/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The country singer’s Oct. 30 video backstage at "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" was the most-watched and most-reacted-to clip by a musician in October.

Blake Shelton scores the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Facebook Live Videos chart for a second time, crowning the October 2017-dated ranking.

The chart, whose latest edition recaps October activity, is a monthly look at the widest-reaching and most-reacted-to videos posted by musicians on Facebook Live, as tracked by media analytics company Shareablee. Rankings are determined by a formula that blends reactions, comments, shares and first-seven-days views.

Shelton, who previously led the April 2017 chart with a clip that followed his April 11 Grand Ole Opry performance, takes the No. 1 spot for October with a video taken backstage at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Oct. 30. The video also previewed the rollout for his new album Texoma Shore, which dropped later that week on Nov. 3, with new songs daily leading up to its release along with a tour announcement earlier that day.

The video was the most-reacted-to clip by a musician on Facebook Live in October with 153,000 reactions, according to Shareablee. It also snagged the most views in its first seven days: 3.1 million, 1 million ahead of his closest competitor.

The No. 2 video belongs to Ricky Martin, whose Oct. 24 post was the only other to reach eclipse 1 million in its first seven days by a musician, ending up with 2.1 million. The video, which earned 46,000 comments and 16,000 shares (the most of any by a musician in October), solicited donations for the Ricky Martin Foundation, which would in turn support relief efforts in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria in September.

According to a widget on the video, the foundation received $31,828 in donations as part of the video.

The rest of the top 10 included, as it often does, multiple videos from Guns N’ Roses. In October, three videos from the band make the chart (Nos. 4, 9 and 10), led by footage of the act performing “Patience” at Madison Square Garden in New York with P!nk. The video, posted Oct. 12, was watched 805,000 times in its first seven days and was shared 5,000 times.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Nov 16, 2017 11:35 am

Euro Digital Song Sales

TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
1 2 2 9 Perfect - Ed Sheeran
2 1 1 8 Havana - Camila Cabello Featuring Young Thug
3 6 9 3 Anywhere - Rita Ora
4 3 4 10 Dusk Til Dawn - Zayn Featuring Sia
5 5 7 10 Too Good At Goodbyes - Sam Smith
6 7 6 6 Silence - Marshmello Featuring Khalid
7 14 16 6 What Lovers Do - Maroon 5 Featuring SZA
8 New 1 Walk On Water - Eminem Featuring Beyonce
9 4 3 13 What About Us - P!nk
10 8 5 8 Rockstar - Post Malone Featuring 21 Savage
11 15 – 2 Blinded By Your Grace, Pt. 2 - Stormzy Featuring MNEK
12 10 13 12 Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO & Little Mix
13 16 17 5 Katchi - Ofenbach Vs. Nick Waterhouse
14 13 11 5 Feel It Still - Portugal. The Man
15 9 10 5 How Long - Charlie Puth
16 11 15 14 New Rules - Dua Lipa
17 19 18 3 Was Du Liebe Nennst - Bausa
18 New 1 Man's Not Hot - Big Shaq
19 20 – 2 Cola - CamelPhat & Elderbrook
20 New 1 Whatever It Takes - Imagine Dragons
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 16, 2017 12:49 pm

LANCO Leads Emerging Artists Chart, Powered by Hit 'Greatest Love Story'
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... number-one
11/15/2017 by Xander Zellner

Plus, Walker Hayes reaches the top five & Joji debuts in the top 10.

LANCO is the top emerging act in the U.S., as the country group climbs 2-1 on Billboard's Emerging Artists chart (dated Nov. 25). LANCO tops the list on the strength of breakthrough single "Greatest Love Story," which reaches a new peak at No. 4 on the Hot Country Songs chart.

The Emerging Artists chart uses the same formula as the all-encompassing Billboard Artist 100, which measures artist activity across multiple Billboard charts, including the Billboard Hot 100, Billboard 200 and the Social 50. However, the Emerging Artists chart excludes acts that have notched a top 25 entry on either the Hot 100 or Billboard 200, as well as artists that have achieved two or more top 10s on Billboard's "Hot" song genre charts and/or consumption-based "Top" album genre rankings.

"Greatest Love Story" ranks at No. 52 on the Hot 100 (after reaching No. 51) and gains in all metrics, rising 8 percent to 44 million radio audience impressions; 7 percent to 5 million streams; and 7 percent to 18,000 downloads sold, according to Nielsen Music. The song concurrently reaches a new peak of No. 3 on Country Airplay, with radio audience contributing the largest share of LANCO's Emerging Artist chart points (46 percent), followed by digital song sales (40 percent) and streaming (13 percent). Meanwhile, the group makes its first appearance on the Billboard 200, as its EP Extended Play enters at the anchor spot (up 7 percent to 4,000 equivalent album units).

LANCO succeeds six-week Emerging Artists champion Dua Lipa, who graduates from the chart thanks to her single "New Rules," which enters the top 25 of the Hot 100 (26-21).

Rounding out the Emerging Artists chart's top five, Carly Pearce rises 3-2 (as her debut single "Every Little Thing" crowns Country Airplay); Russell Dickerson climbs 4-3; GoldLink lifts 5-4; and Walker Hayes hits the top five for the first time (6-5).

Among other Emerging Artists moves, Joji earns the week's highest debut, as the Japanese-Australian YouTube personality enters at No. 10, fueled by his latest EP, In Tongues, which arrives at No. 58 on the Billboard 200 with 10,000 equivalent album units.

Joji, aka George Miller, has also released music under the pseudonyms Pink Guy and Filthy Frank. He released three comedy albums as Pink Guy, including Pink Season, which reached No. 70 on the Billboard 200 in January. He also portrays the character of Filthy Frank on his YouTube channel, which helped popularize "Harlem Shake" in 2012; Miller, as Filthy Frank, is featured in the original "Shake" video. In Tongues, which also opens at No. 28 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, is his first release as Joji.
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Postby cdsingles » Thu Nov 16, 2017 2:04 pm

Hey guys. I have the sales numbers but unfortunately Monday I was admitted to the hospital & spent 3 days in ICU with a blood clot in my lungs. Please bear with me. I'm catching up on things & will post as soon as I can.
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Postby trebor » Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:08 pm

^^
Sorry to hear that! Get well soon.
Your well-being is the only top priority (the charts can wait).
Hope for a speedy full recovery! Take care, mate!
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Postby nympho » Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:34 pm

cdsingles wrote:Hey guys. I have the sales numbers but unfortunately Monday I was admitted to the hospital & spent 3 days in ICU with a blood clot in my lungs. Please bear with me. I'm catching up on things & will post as soon as I can.
Sorry to hear that. First things first. Take care and get well soon.
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 16, 2017 3:53 pm

cdsingles wrote:Hey guys. I have the sales numbers but unfortunately Monday I was admitted to the hospital & spent 3 days in ICU with a blood clot in my lungs. Please bear with me. I'm catching up on things & will post as soon as I can.
Take care!
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Postby Wayne » Thu Nov 16, 2017 4:40 pm

cdsingles wrote:Hey guys. I have the sales numbers but unfortunately Monday I was admitted to the hospital & spent 3 days in ICU with a blood clot in my lungs. Please bear with me. I'm catching up on things & will post as soon as I can.
Blimey! Wishing you a speedy recovery, cdsingles - take care, and hopefully see you about here when you're fighting fit!
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Postby monzo » Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:07 pm

Get well very very soon, CDsingles!

A big thank you for all charts to Brain and Trebor :D
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Postby oldbloke » Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:12 pm

cdsingles wrote:Hey guys. I have the sales numbers but unfortunately Monday I was admitted to the hospital & spent 3 days in ICU with a blood clot in my lungs. Please bear with me. I'm catching up on things & will post as soon as I can.
Take it easy and get well soon.
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