US Billboard Charts (02/12/2017)

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December 2, 2017

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01 - 04 - 05 - 01 - Echo In The Valley - Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn - Rounder | Concord
02 - 01 - 06 - 01 - Blessed: Hymns And Song Of Faith - Bradley Walker - Farmhouse/Gaither | Capitol CMG
03 - 03 - 08 - 01 - The Long-Awaited Album - Steve Martin And The Steep Canyon Rangers - 40 Share/Rounder | Concord
04 - 02 - 04 - 01 - Fifteen - The Wailin' Jennys - Red House
05 - 05 - 08 - 02 - Bidin' My Time - Chris Hillman - Rounder | Concord
06 - 12 - 30 - 01 - 50 Years Of Blonde On Blonde - Old Crow Medicine Show - Columbia Nashville | SMN
07 - 07 - 39 - 01 - Windy City - Alison Krauss - Capitol
08 - 15 - 39 - 01 - Best Of Old Crow Medicine Show - Old Crow Medicine Show - Nettwerk
09 - 10 - 48 - 03 - Blindfaller - Mandolin Orange - Yep Roc
10 - RE - 06 - 03 - Silence In These Walls - Flatt Lonesome - Mountain Home | Crossroads
11 - RE - 04 - 05 - The Story We Tell - Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers - Rebel
12 - RE - 23 - 01 - Redemption & Ruin - The Devil Makes Three - New West
13 - 09 - 59 - 01 - Call Me Old-fashioned - Bradley Walker - Farmhouse/Gaither | Capitol CMG
14 - 08 - 02 - 08 - Pickin' - Tommy "CGP" Emmanuel & David "Dawg" Grisman - Acoustic Disc
15 - RE - 31 - 02 - Patriots And Poets - Dailey & Vincent - Dreamlined | BFD
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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:19 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - 01 - 02 - 01 - Belle Of The West - Samantha Fish - Ruf
02 - 05 - 28 - 01 - Live From The Fox Oakland - Tedeschi Trucks Band - Fantasy | Concord
03 - 02 - 40 - 01 - Roots Of Blues - Various Artists - Stargrove
04 - 03 - 15 - 01 - Lay It Down - Kenny Wayne Shephard Band - KW | Concord
05 - 11 - 28 - 01 - TajMo - Taj Mahal & Keb' Mo' - TajMo | Concord
06 - 10 - 51 - 01 - Blue & Lonesome - The Rolling Stones - The Rolling Stones/Promotone B.V./Polydor/Interscope | IGA 
07 - 09 - 20 - 01 - The Storm - ZZ Ward - The Boardwalk | Hollywood
08 - 06 - 07 - 01 - Black To Blues (EP) - Black Stone Cherry - In De Goot | Mascot
09 - 04 - 21 - 01 - Live At Carnegie Hall: An Acoustic Evening - Joe Bonamassa - J & R Adventures
10 - RE - 43 - 01 - Live At The Greek Theatre - Joe Bonamassa - J & R Adventures
11 - 13 - 10 - 01 - Signs - Jonny Lang - SayRai | Concord
12 - 12 - 24 - 05 - An Introduction To The Blues Brothers - The Blues Brothers - Flashback | Rhino
13 - 08 - 07 - 02 - Stompin' Ground - Tommy Castro And The Painkillers - Alligator
14 - 07 - 12 - 01 - We're All In This Together - Walter Trout - Provogue
15 - RE - 04 - 03 - The Eastwest Sessions - Mindi Abair And The Boneshakers - Pretty Good For A Girl | Kobalt
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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:25 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - NE - 01 - 01 - Standards - Seal - Decca | Republic
02 - 01 - 06 - 01 - Ultimate Christmas - Frank Sinatra - Frank Sinatra Enterprises/Capitol | UMe
03 - 02 - 07 - 02 - The Christmas Wish - Herb Alpert - Herb Alpert Presents
04 - 08 - 28 - 01 - Turn Up The Quest - Diana Krall - Verve | VLG
05 - 03 - 03 - 01 - Nat "King" Cole & Me - Gregory Porter - Blue Note
06 - 05 - 09 - 01 - Evolution Of A Winner - Syreeta Thompson Trumpetlady - TLMusic Group
07 - 04 - 20 - 01 - MMIII - Tadric Jermaine - Ingenious Dreams
08 - NE - 01 - 08 - Body And Shadow - Brian Blade & The Fellowship Band - Blue Note
09 - 21 - 03 - 06 - 20th Anniversary Christmas - Dave Koz & Friends - Concord
10 - RE - 20 - 05 - Jazz Loves Disney - Various Artists - Verve | VLG
11 - 25 - 08 - 02 - In Full Swing - Seth MacFarlane - Verve | Republic
12 - NE - 01 - 12 - Jazz Loves Disney 2 - Various Artists - Walt Disney/Verve | VLG
13 - 07 - 07 - 01 - Harmony Of Difference - Kamasi Washington - Dom Chi No | Young Turks
14 - 06 - 11 - 01 - Honestly - Boney James - Concord
15 - RE - 02 - 15 - I Know I Dream: The Orchestral Sessions - Stacey Kent - OKeh | Sony Masterworks
16 - 10 - 56 - 02 - The Essentials - Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox - Postmodern Juekobox | Concord
17 - 09 - 57 - 01 - Day Breaks - Norah Jones - Blue Note
18 - 16 - 05 - 09 - Cuphead - Soundtrack - StudioMDHR | iam8bit
19 - 19 - 12 - 03 - Music, Volume 1 - Herb Alpert - Herb Alpert Presents
20 - 12 - 02 - 12 - Ranky Tanky - Ranky Tanky - Resilience
21 - RE - 03 - 05 - The Groove Cubed - Rock Candy Funk Party - J & R Adventures
22 - RE - 06 - 03 - Bringin' It - Christian McBride Big Band - Mack Avenue
23 - 20 - 08 - 03 - Grace - Lizz Wright - Concord
24 - 22 - 06 - 02 - Dreams And Daggers - Cecile McLorin Salvant - Mack Avenue
25 - RE - 39 - 01 - Leslie Odom, Jr. - Leslie Odom, Jr. - S-Curve | BMG
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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:32 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - NE - 01 - 01 - Synthesis - Evanescence - BMG
02 - 01 - 04 - 01 - Warmer In The Winter - Lindsey Stirling - Lindseystomp | Concord
03 - 03 - 03 - 01 - Christmas Together - The Piano Guys - Portrait | Sony Masterworks
04 - 04 - 06 - 01 - Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - RCA | Legacy
05 - NE - 01 - 05 - A Brand New Me - Aretha Franklin With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Atlantic | Rhino
06 - 02 - 02 - 02 - A Love So Beautiful - Roy Orbison With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Roy's Boys/Monument | Legacy
07 - NE - 01 - 07 - Simple Gifts - Lyceum Philharmonic At American Heritage School - Lyceum Philharmonic At American Heritage | Lyceum Philharmonic At American Heritage School
08 - 06 - 07 - 05 - The Christmas Wish - Herb Alpert - Herb Alpert Presents
09 - 05 - 02 - 05 - O Holy Night - Nathan Pacheco - Shadow Mountain
10 - 08 - 05 - 01 - Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring: Christmas With The Dominican Sisters Of Mary - Dominican Sisters Of Mary - Mother Of The Eucharist - De Montfort/Sony Classical | Sony Masterworks
11 - 09 - 10 - 01 - Rise - The Texas Tenors - The Texas Tenors
12 - 10 - 66 - 01 - Brave Enough - Lindsey Stirling - Lindseystomp
13 - 11 - 06 - 02 - Shall We Dance - Andre Rieu - Decca | VLG
14 - 12 - 05 - 06 - Christmas Together - The Tenors - Tenors/Universal Canada | VLG
15 - 07 - 02 - 07 - Live In Prague - Hans Zimmer - RCI Global/Eagle | Eagle Rock
16 - 14 - 56 - 01 - The Wonder Of You - Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - RCA | Legacy
17 - 15 - 31 - 03 - The Collingsworth Family Presents Brooklyn & Courtney - The Collingsworth Family Presents Brooklyn & Courtney - StowTown | PLG
18 - 13 - 55 - 01 - Uncharted - The Piano Guys - Portrait | Sony Masterworks
19 - NE - 01 - 19 - Soundtracks From The Street EP - The Trouble Notes - Trouble
20 - NE - 01 - 20 - Schumann: Symphonies Nos.1-4 - San Francisco Symphony (Thomas) - San Francisco Symphony
21 - 22 - 36 - 01 - Score - 2CELLOS/London Symphony Orchestra - Portrait | Sony Masterworks
22 - 19 - 32 - 01 - Bach Trios - Yo-Yo Ma / Chris Thile / Edgar Meyer - Nonesuch | Warner Bros.
23 - 21 - 07 - 01 - New Worlds - Bill Murray, Jan Vogler And Friends - Decca Gold/Decca | VLG
24 - NE - 01 - 24 - More Field Recordings - Bang On A Can All-Stars - Cantaloupe
25 - 18 - 38 - 01 - Higher - Nathan Pacheco - Shadow Mountain

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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:44 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - NE - 01 - 01 - Ramu - Mickey Hart - Verve | VLG
02 - 04 - 09 - 01 - Love Yourself: Her - BTS - Big Hit Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
03 - 05 - 07 - 02 - Inspirational - Celtic Thunder - Celtic Thunder | Legacy
04 - 02 - 02 - 02 - The Code (EP) - MONSTA X - Starship Entertainment | Loen Entertainment
05 - 01 - 02 - 01 - 02: TEEN, AGE: SEVENTEEN 2nd Album - SEVENTEEN - Pledis | Loen Entertainment
06 - 07 - 29 - 02 - Davicas - David Maldonado - Maldonado
07 - NE - 01 - 07 - Soundtracks From The Street EP - The Trouble Notes - Trouble
08 - 03 - 02 - 03 - Play: The 8th Album - Super Junior - S.M.
09 - RE - 10 - 02 - Your Name. (Soundtrack) - RADWIMPS - EMI Japan
10 - NE - 01 - 10 - Somewhere Over The Rainbow: IZ: The Best Of Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole - Isreal Kamakowiwo'Ole - Big Boy | Mountain Apple
11 - 13 - 03 - 06 - Christmas Caravan - Sultans Of String - McKhool
12 - NE - 01 - 12 - 1-1=0 (Nothing Without You) - Wanna One - YMC Entertainment/STONE MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT | CJ E&M
13 - NE - 01 - 13 - Celtic Ladies Christmas - Various Artists - Newbourne Media
14 - NE - 01 - 14 - 1755 - Moonspell - Napalm
15 - 06 - 02 - 06 - Full Moon: EXID 4th Mini Album (EP) - EXID - Banana Culture

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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:49 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - 01 - 52 - 01 - Moana - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
02 - 02 - 60 - 01 - Trolls - Soundtrack - Villa 40/DreamWorks | RCA 
03 - 03 - 31 - 03 - The Fate Of The Furious: The Album - Soundtrack - Universal Studios/Artist Partners Group/Atlantic | AG
04 - 16 - 122 - 01 - A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) - Vince Guaraldi Trio - Fantasy | Concord
05 - 04 - 30 - 01 - Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 - Soundtrack - Marvel | Hollywood
06 - 06 - 49 - 02 - Sing - Soundtrack - Universal Studios/Illumination | Republic
07 - 05 - 67 - 01 - Suicide Squad: The Album - Soundtrack - DC/Atlas/WaterTower/Atlantic | AG
08 - 09 - 17 - 01 - Descendants 2 - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
09 - 07 - 173 - 01 - Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - Soundtrack - Marvel | Hollywood
10 - 08 - 40 - 01 - Fifty Shades Darker - Soundtrack - Universal Studios | Republic
11 - NE - 01 - 11 - Justice League (Soundtrack) - Danny Elfman - DC | WaterTower
12 - 12 - 36 - 01 - Beauty And The Beast (2017) - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
13 - 17 - 49 - 01 - La La Land - Soundtrack - Summit/Interscope | IGA
14 - 15 - 90 - 02 - Frozen: The Songs - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
15 - 22 - 323 - 01 - Purple Rain (Soundtrack) - Prince And The Revolution - NPG/Warner Bros. | Rhino
16 - 10 - 23 - 02 - Stranger Things, Volume One: A Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Lakeshore
17 - 14 - 03 - 14 - Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Legacy
18 - 13 - 02 - 13 - Thor: Ragnarok (Soundtrack) - Mark Mothersbaugh - Marvel | Hollywood
19 - NE - 01 - 19 - The Star - Soundtrack - Epic
20 - 11 - 04 - 05 - Stranger Things 2: A Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Lakeshore
21 - 18 - 03 - 18 - Trolls Holiday - Soundtrack - Villa 40/DreamWorks | RCA 
22 - 21 - 63 - 04 - The Lion King - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
23 - NE - 01 - 23 - Coco - Soundtrack - Pixar | Walt Disney
24 - RE - 15 - 17 - Dr. Suess' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! - Soundtrack - WaterTower
25 - RE - 104 - 04 - Elf - Soundtrack - New Line | WaterTower
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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 6:53 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - 02 - 52 - 01 - Moana - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
02 - 01 - 30 - 01 - Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 - Soundtrack - Marvel | Hollywood
03 - 03 - 173 - 01 - Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - Soundtrack - Marvel | Hollywood
04 - 04 - 60 - 01 - Trolls - Soundtrack - Villa 40/DreamWorks | RCA 
05 - 13 - 123 - 01 - A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) - Vince Guaraldi Trio - Fantasy | Concord
06 - 06 - 17 - 01 - Descendants 2 - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
07 - NE - 01 - 07 - Justice League (Soundtrack) - Danny Elfman - DC | WaterTower
08 - 05 - 03 - 05 - Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Legacy
09 - 10 - 49 - 02 - Sing - Soundtrack - Universal Studios/Illumination | Republic
10 - 07 - 03 - 07 - Trolls Holiday - Soundtrack - Villa 40/DreamWorks | RCA 
11 - 14 - 15 - 03 - Atomic Blonde - Soundtrack - Universal Pictures/Focus Pictures/Mondo | Back Lot
12 - 12 - 327 - 01 - Purple Rain (Soundtrack) - Prince And The Revolution - NPG/Warner Bros. | Rhino
13 - 08 - 02 - 08 - Thor: Ragnarok (Soundtrack) - Mark Mothersbaugh - Marvel | Hollywood
14 - 22 - 02 - 14 - The Star - Soundtrack - Epic
15 - NE - 01 - 15 - Coco - Soundtrack - Pixar | Walt Disney
16 - 17 - 49 - 01 - La La Land - Soundtrack - Summit/Interscope | IGA
17 - 11 - 21 - 02 - Baby Driver: Music From The Motion Picture - Soundtrack - 30th Century | Columbia
18 - 16 - 36 - 01 - Beauty And The Beast (2017) - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
19 - 21 - 16 - 17 - Dr. Suess' How The Grinch Stole Christmas! - Soundtrack - WaterTower
20 - 09 - 02 - 09 - Olaf's Frozen Adventure (EP) - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
21 - 19 - 09 - 05 - The Vietnam War: A Film By Ken Burns & Lynn Novick - Soundtrack - PBS/Florentine Films/Sony Music/The Weinstein Company | UMe
22 - RE - 104 - 04 - Elf - Soundtrack - New Line | WaterTower
23 - 15 - 24 - 02 - Stranger Things, Volume One: A Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack - Netflix | Lakeshore
24 - RE - 94 - 02 - Frozen: The Songs - Soundtrack - Walt Disney
25 - 23 - 143 - 05 - Dirty Dancing - Soundtrack - RCA | Legacy
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Postby trebor » Tue Nov 21, 2017 7:14 pm

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December 2, 2017

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01 - 01 - 20 - 01 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
02 - 02 - 44 - 01 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
03 - 03 - 18 - 03 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
04 - 04 - 30 - 03 - Escapate Conmigo - Wisin Featuring Ozuna
05 - 05 - 11 - 05 - Criminal - Natti Natasha x Ozuna
06 - 06 - 30 - 02 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
07 - 10 - 02 - 07 - Sensualidad - DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce
08 - 07 - 45 - 05 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
09 - 08 - 14 - 08 - Ahora Me Llama - Karol G X Bad Bunny
10 - 09 - 06 - 08 - Vuelve - Daddy Yankee & Bad Bunny
11 - 11 - 55 - 01 - Chantaje - Shakira Featuring Maluma
12 - 12 - 53 - 09 - Dile Que Tu Me Quieres - Ozuna
13 - 16 - 09 - 13 - Perro Fiel - Shakira Featuring Nicky Jam
14 - 15 - 44 - 03 - El Amante - Nicky Jam
15 - 14 - 15 - 12 - Soy Peor - Bad Bunny
16 - 17 - 10 - 15 - Corrido de Juanito - Calibre 50
17 - 13 - 15 - 05 - Krippy Kush - Farruko, Bad Bunny & Rvssian
18 - 19 - 29 - 08 - Tu Foto - Ozuna
19 - 18 - 42 - 04 - Adios Amor - Christian Nodal
20 - 20 - 12 - 17 - Bonita - Jowell & Randy & J Balvin
21 - 21 - 33 - 04 - Ahora Dice - Chris Jeday Presenta J Balvin, Ozuna & Arcangel
22 - 22 - 15 - 10 - Bailame - Nacho
23 - NE - 01 - 23 - Amor, Amor, Amor - Jennifer Lopez Featuring Wisin
24 - 23 - 224 - 01 - Danza Kuduro - Don Omar & Lucenzo
25 - 25 - 18 - 15 - Me Rehuso - Danny Ocean
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December 2, 2017

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01 - 01 - 20 - 01 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
02 - 02 - 44 - 01 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
03 - NE - 01 - 03 - Amor, Amor, Amor - Jennifer Lopez Featuring Wisin
04 - 10 - 16 - 04 - Robarte Un Beso - Carlos Vives & Sebastian Yatra
05 - 04 - 18 - 04 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
06 - 06 - 46 - 03 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
07 - 07 - 30 - 02 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
08 - 08 - 12 - 03 - Perro Fiel - Shakira Feaaturing Nicky Jam
09 - 11 - 06 - 01 - Almost Like Praying - Lin-Manuel Miranda Featuring Artists For Puerto Rico
10 - 09 - 33 - 04 - Escapate Conmigo - Wisin Featuring Ozuna
11 - NE - 01 - 11 - Move Your Body - Wisin Featuring Timbaland & Bad Bunny
12 - 20 - 15 - 12 - Me Rehuso - Danny Ocean
13 - 16 - 10 - 08 - Se Preparo - Ozuna
14 - 03 - 02 - 03 - Sensualidad - DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce
15 - 12 - 13 - 11 - Bonita - Jowell & Randy & J Balvin
16 - 19 - 44 - 02 - El Amante - Nicky Jam
17 - 15 - 18 - 04 - Bailame - Nacho
18 - 13 - 55 - 01 - Chantaje - Shakira Featuring Maluma
19 - RE - 60 - 01 - Feliz Navidad - Jose Feliciano
20 - 18 - 02 - 18 - Criminal - Natti Natasha x Ozuna
21 - NE - 01 - 21 - Choka Choka - Chayanne Featuring Ozuna
22 - 05 - 02 - 05 - Corazon - Maluma X Nego do Borel
23 - RE - 37 - 01 - Subeme La Radio - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno, Zion & Lennox
24 - RE - 191 - 01 - Bailando - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
25 - RE - 23 - 05 - Tu Foto - Ozuna
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Postby HolidayGuy » Tue Nov 21, 2017 8:29 pm

Thanks, all, for posting. :-)

Dec. 2 is the start of the new Billboard chart year, thus probably why it reduced/expanded certain charts?
The most celebrated and important female artist of the last half-century-plus-who else but the one and only Madonna.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:08 pm

Marshmello & Khalid's 'Silence' Surges to No. 1 on Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... chart-no-1
11/21/2017 by Gordon Murray

Plus, Tove Lo tops Dance Club Songs and moves for Martin Solveig and Imagine Dragons.

Marshmello moves to No. 1 on Billboard's Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart (dated Dec. 2) with "Silence," featuring Khalid (2-1). It's the masked DJ's second chart crown, after he donned his first just two weeks earlier when "Wolves," with Selena Gomez, hit the top spot; it's now at No. 3.

"Silence," the first leader for Khalid, collected 16.3 million U.S. streams in the tracking week, up 18 percent, according to Nielsen Music, and leads Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs for a 12th week. On the sales side, "Silence" moved 9,000 downloads, up 3 percent, and ranks at No. 2 for a fourth week on Dance/Electronic Digital Song Sales after topping the list dated Nov. 4. The song also grows its radio presence by 11 percent to 6 million in all-format audience.

"Silence" stops the Chainsmokers and Coldplay's "Something Just Like This" from notching a 26th week in the lead, as it slips to No. 2. Since the chart's January 2013 inception, the Chainsmokers' "Closer," featuring Halsey, leads all songs for the most weeks at No. 1 (27, in 2016-17). Avicii's "Wake Me Up!" is second (26 weeks, 2013-14), followed by "Something" (25 weeks, 2017).

HIGH LO: Tove Lo traipses to the top of Dance Club Songs with "Disco Tits" (2-1). The track, remixed by Oliver, Chris Lake and KREAM, among others, is Tove Lo's fourth leader and second as a lead act. She earned her first No. 1 three years ago this month, when Alesso's "Heroes (We Could Be)," featuring Tove Lo, hit the top. In April 2015, she led with "Talking Body" and in January 2016 she crowned Dance Club Songs for a third time, as featured on Lucas Nord's "Run on Love."

'STARS' SHINES: Martin Solveig saunters 14-7 on Dance/Mix Show Airplay with "All Stars," featuring Alma. It's French DJ Solveig's fourth top 10 and singer Alma's first. The track owes its success to core dance radio affiliates, led by SiriusXM's BPM, Music Choice's Dance/EDM channel and WFLZ-HD in Tampa, Florida (an iHeartRadio "Evolution" affiliate), which account for nearly all its airplay. (The Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart measures radio airplay on a select group of full-time dance stations, along with plays during mix shows on over 80 top 40-formatted reporters.)

Also breaking into the Dance/Mix Show Airplay top 10 is Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" (16-10). The act's second top 10 equals the peak of its previous single, "Believer," which reached No. 10 on Sept. 2.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:10 pm

Greta Van Fleet Flies to No. 3 on Emerging Artists Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... ists-chart
11/21/2017 by Xander Zellner

Plus, LANCO holds at No. 1 and 6ix9ine debuts in the top 10.

Greta Van Fleet surges 50-3 on Billboard's Emerging Artists chart (dated Dec. 2), as its double EP From the Fires debuts at No. 1 on the Hard Rock Albums chart, No. 4 on Top Rock Albums and No. 36 on the Billboard 200 with 15,000 equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music.

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.

The Frankenmuth, Michigan, four-piece, which previously peaked at No. 14 on the Artist 100, concurrently debuts two tracks on the Hot Rock Songs chart, bringing its current total to three. Debut hit "Highway Tune" ranks at No. 24 (after peaking at No. 23 in September), while "Edge of Darkness" and "Safari Song" arrive at Nos. 38 and 44, respectively.

LANCO holds at No. 1 on Emerging Artists for a second week, as its breakthrough single "Greatest Love Story" reaches new peaks on the Hot Country Songs chart (No. 3) and Hot 100 (No. 45). The track also earns the group its first No. 1 on Country Airplay.

Rounding out the Emerging Artists chart's top five, Carly Pearce holds at No. 2, Russell Dickerson dips 3-4 and GoldLink falls 4-5.

Among other chart moves, 17-year-old rapper 6ix9ine makes his Billboard chart debut, launching at No. 9 on Emerging Artists (the highest debut of the week), as his track "Gummo" concurrently debuts at No. 21 on Hot Rap Songs and No. 58 on the Hot 100. He debuts solely on the strength of streaming points, as "Gummo" enters Streaming Songs at No. 26, up 245 percent to 14 million U.S. streams (likely boosted in part by both prominent placement on Spotify's Rap Caviar playlist and coverage of legal issues).
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 2:11 pm

Portugal. The Man's 'Feel It Still' Ties Record for Longest-Leading Alternative Songs No. 1
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... st-leading
11/21/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

The tune spends its 19th week at No. 1, tying Muse's "Madness" for the longevity mark.

A record that stood in the rock world for nearly five years has been tied, as Portugal. The Man's "Feel It Still" spends its 19th week at No. 1 on Billboard's Alternative Songs airplay chart (dated Dec. 2).

The song matches Muse's "Madness," which ruled for 19 weeks, beginning on the chart dated Oct. 13, 2012.

"Feel," which initially led Alternative Songs for 17 weeks beginning on the chart dated July 8, notches a second consecutive week back at No. 1 following a three-week stay at No. 2 while Imagine Dragons' "Thunder" took hold of the top spot.

Here is a look at the songs that have ruled Alternative Songs the longest since the chart launched on Sept. 10, 1988.

Most Weeks at No. 1 on Alternative Songs
19, "Feel It Still," Portugal. The Man, 2017
19, "Madness," Muse, 2012-13
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

Concurrently, "Feel" spends its 17th week atop the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart, securing 11.3 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music. That ties the song for the fifth-most weeks at No. 1 (since the chart began in 2009) with Imagine Dragons' "Believer," which ruled for the 17 weeks prior to the reign of "Feel."

Meanwhile, "Feel" cedes the all-rock-format Radio Songs summit after five weeks, as "Thunder" takes its place atop the chart, becoming Imagine Dragons' first No. 1. The song also takes over for "Feel" atop Pop Songs.

Can "Feel" notch a record-breaking 20th week at No. 1 on Alternative Songs? The song is down 4 percent in plays on the latest chart and must contend with Thirty Seconds to Mars' "Walk on Water," which rises 3-2 (up 1 percent), along with Beck's "Up All Night" (5-4, up 10 percent).
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:04 pm

Beyonce Ties Mariah Carey For Third-Most Top 10s by a Woman on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... art-top-10
11/22/2017 by Trevor Anderson

Beyoncé, as featured on Eminem's debuting "Walk On Water," surpasses Nicki Minaj and Whitney Houston to tie Carey for third-most top 10s.

Eminem’s “Walk on Water,” featuring Beyoncé, debuts at No. 6 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart (dated Dec. 2) after its Nov. 10 release. The tune rushes to No. 1 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart, with 64,000 downloads sold in the week ending Nov. 16, according to Nielsen Music. “Water” also opens at No. 11 on R&B/Hip-Hop Streaming Songs (18.3 million U.S. streams) and pulls 12 million in radio audience (week ending Nov. 19), beneath the threshold of the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart.

The arrival gives the superstar diva her 27th top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs, and the move rearranges the order of women with the most top 10s on the list -- which includes some of music’s biggest female acts.

First, with 27 top 10s, Beyoncé passes Whitney Houston and Nicki Minaj, who each have 26. Houston scored her collection, which includes eight No. 1s, between 1984 and 1999. Minaj, meanwhile, kicked off her haul in 2010 and has claimed four No. 1s along the way. She earned her most recent top 10 visit with “Motorsport,” alongside Migos and Cardi B, which debuted at No. 6 last month. (The song jumps 10-7 on the current week’s chart.)

As she climbs above Houston and Minaj, Beyoncé now matches Carey’s 27 top 10s for the third-most among all women in the chart’s history, dating back to its Oct. 20, 1958, launch. The pair trail only Aretha Franklin (52) and Janet Jackson (30).

Here’s an updated look at the women with the most top 10 hits on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:
Aretha Franklin, 52
Janet Jackson, 30
Beyonce, 27
Mariah Carey, 27
Whitney Houston, 26
Nicki Minaj, 26
Mary J. Blige, 23
Chaka Khan, 22
Rihanna, 21

Among all acts, James Brown and Drake are tied with the most -- 57 each.

Beyoncé first visited the top 10 with then-boyfriend JAY-Z on “’03 Bonnie and Clyde,” which surged to No. 5 in 2002. Their next effort, “Crazy in Love,” held the No. 1 position for three weeks in 2003 and became the first of Beyoncé's eight leaders to date. She most recently reached the summit alongside (who else?) JAY-Z as the pair’s “Drunk in Love” reigned for one week in 2014.

For Eminem, “Water” becomes his 10th top 10 hit and his first in more than three years, since “Guts With Fear” (featuring Sia) also debuted at No. 6.

Here’s a look at Slim Shady’s visits to the top 10 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs:

Song, Peak Position, Peak Date
“Lose Yourself,” No. 4, Dec. 21, 2002
“Forever” (Drake featuring Kanye West, Lil Wayne & Eminem), No. 2, Oct. 31, 2009
“Love The Way You Lie,” (featuring Rihanna), No. 7, Oct. 2, 2010
“My Life” (50 Cent featuring Eminem & Adam Levine), No. 6, Dec. 15, 2012
“Berzerk,” No. 2, Sept. 14, 2013
“Survival, No. 6, Oct. 26, 2013
“Rap God,” No. 2, Nov. 2, 2013
“The Monster” (featuring Rihanna), No. 1 for 13 weeks, Nov. 16, 2013
“Guts Over Fear” (featuring Sia), No. 6, Sept. 13, 2014
“Walk on Water” (featuring Beyonce), No. 6 to date, Dec. 2, 2017
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 6:07 pm

Taylor Swift Surges to No. 1 on Artist 100, Camila Cabello Hits Top 10
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... vanescence
11/21/2017 by Xander Zellner

Swift scores a record-extending 34th week on top, while Cabello reaches the region for the first time as a soloist. Plus, Evanescence debuts.

Taylor Swift jumps 4-1 on the Billboard Artist 100 chart (dated Dec. 2) to earn her 34th total week atop the ranking, extending her record for most weeks at No. 1 in the chart's three-year history.

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.

Swift's return to the top is powered by her latest album Reputation, which debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with 1.238 million equivalent album units, according to Nielsen Music. The set, Swift's fifth No. 1, earns the biggest unit week for an album in 2017 and the largest sales frame (1.216 million in traditional album sales) for an album since Adele's 25 in 2015; after its first week, Reputation is also already 2017's top-selling album. Further, Reputation scores the 10th-largest sales week for any album since Nielsen Music began tracking began tracking sales electronically in 1991.

Album sales contribute the majority of Swift's Artist 100 points (93 percent).

Most Weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard Artist 100
Artist, Weeks at No. 1
Taylor Swift, 34
Drake, 25
The Weeknd, 14
Justin Bieber, 11
Adele, 10

Rounding out the Artist 100's top five, Ed Sheeran rises 3-2, Imagine Dragons jump 5-3, Post Malone rises 6-4 and last week's champion, Sam Smith, drops to No. 5.

Camila Cabello climbs to the Artist 100's top 10 for the first time, soaring 21-6 on the strength of her hit single "Havana," featuring Young Thug. The single ranks at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a third week, trailing Post Malone's "Rockstar," featuring 21 Savage, but gains in all metrics, rising to No. 1 on the Digital Song Sales chart, where it's her first leader (up 31 percent to 75,000 downloads sold), and No. 3 on both Radio Songs (up 17 percent to 87 million audience impressions) and Streaming Songs (up 1 percent to 33 million U.S. streams).

As a member of Fifth Harmony, which Cabello departed in December 2016, she also hit a No. 6 high on the Artist 100, as the act reached that peak in June 2016.

Among other Artist 100 moves, Evanescence debuts at No. 48 as its fourth studio album, Synthesis, arrives at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 (34,000 units), earning the group its fourth top 10. Its previous two sets, The Open Door in 2006 and Evanescence in 2011, debuted at No. 1.
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Nov 22, 2017 8:08 pm

Nothing More Scores First Billboard Chart-Topper With 'Go to War'
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... -go-to-war
11/21/2017 by Kevin Rutherford

Also, a new chart depth for Adult Alternative Songs.

Nothing More notches its first No. 1 song on a Billboard chart, as "Go to War" leads the Mainstream Rock Songs airplay tally dated Dec. 2.

The Texas-based hard rockers reach No. 1 after previously sending three of its first four singles to the chart's top 10, led by the No. 2 peak of "Ballast" (Aug. 23, 2014).

With this new feat, Nothing More becomes the third act to score its first No. 1 on Mainstream Rock Songs in 2017, following Greta Van Fleet ("Highway Tune," Sept. 16) and Ghost ("Square Hammer," Jan. 28). That bests the total from 2016, when Skillet ("Feel Invincible," Nov. 19) and Highly Suspect ("My Name Is Human," Dec. 3) led for the first time; in 2015, four acts earned their first No. 1s.

Concurrently, "Go to War" rises to a new peak, for the song and any of the band's entries (14-13), on the all-rock-format Rock Airplay chart, with 4.3 million audience impressions, according to Nielsen Music.

Adult Alternative Songs Chart Beefs Up: As of the chart dated Dec. 2, Billboard's Adult Alternative Songs chart increases from 30 to 40 positions, the deepest the ranking has stretched; it began as a 20-position chart in 1996.

The latest list, which is led by U2's "You're the Best Thing About Me" in its seventh week at No. 1, features one act appearing for the first time as a result of the chart's expansion: Hiss Golden Messenger, whose "Domino (Time Will Tell)" bows as the inaugural No. 40.

Stone Temple Pilots Return: Stone Temple Pilots slot their 28th title on Mainstream Rock Songs, as "Meadow" debuts at No. 39. The quartet's first song with new lead singer Jeff Gutt is the lead single from the band's upcoming seventh studio album (which does not yet have a release date), its first full-length since 2010's Stone Temple Pilots.

The band charted a pair of songs in 2013 with Chester Bennington, who took over frontman duties for Scott Weiland for the 2013 EP High Rise. Weiland died on Dec. 3, 2015; Bennington passed this year on July 20.
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Postby Miguelito » Thu Nov 23, 2017 3:27 am

Billboard 200/Catalog Albums Chart Update – December 2, 2017

CHRISTMAS 5X + 3X
Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas debuted on the Catalog chart at #3 on November 18 and spent the two most recent weeks at #1, becoming the vocal group’s third #1 Catalog album, all of them Christmas titles (PTXmas and That’s Christmas To Me are the others). Already one of only four acts with more than one Christmas #1, Pentatonix now joins Mannheim Steamroller as the only acts with three; Kenny G and Trans-Siberian Orchestra have two each. Pentatonix is the 14th act to top the Catalog chart with three different albums.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits remained #1 for the week ending November 18, for the fifth straight week. Barring an unforeseen return, Ed Sheeran’s “x” will get a share of the top honors for this year with six weeks atop the chart – the smallest number ever for the year’s top #1 Catalog album.

’TIS THE SEASON
Prior to Thanksgiving, there’s a big disparity between Christmas album presence on the Catalog Sales chart and the Catalog chart proper (and Billboard 200). The Catalog Sales chart through December 2 has included 34 Christmas albums spending a total of 79 weeks on the chart; this compares to 34 and 74 through the same week last year on the Catalog chart (at the time still a sales-only chart). On the Billboard 200, however, only 12 catalog Christmas albums have accounted for 23 weeks through December 2. This is still an increase over the same period last year, where only 10 catalog Christmas albums accounted for 17 weeks. The numbers on the Catalog chart proper are even smaller with just 9 albums accounting for 16 weeks total. That number should be larger by five if runs for albums by Pentatonix, Reba McEntire and Lauren Daigle had been properly accounted on Catalog.

MIG’S MILESTONES
Nov 18: Drake’s Take Care and Eminem’s The Eminem Show both reach 150 straight weeks on the BB200. Six Catalog albums on this week’s tally have runs at least that long… Adele’s incredible 21 now has 350 straight weeks on the BB200 since its 2011 debut… The Beatles’ Abbey Road reaches 250 weeks in the top 200. Its official BB200 tally is 240 weeks, but it also spent 10 weeks on the old Comprehensive chart in 2009 during the “Beatles on iTunes” blitz… With its 922nd week on the Catalog chart, Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronicle surpasses AC/DC’s Back In Black for #4 on the Catalog longevity list… Led Zeppelin’s Mothership reaches 200 weeks on the Catalog chart, the 67th album to reach that milestone. Led Zeppelin IV is one of them. That puts Led Zeppelin in select company as one of only eight acts with more than one 200-week Catalog album. Metallica and Eagles have four each, The Beatles, Eminem and Michael Jackson have three, and Guns ‘N Roses and Pink Floyd also have two each.
Nov 25: Metallica’s Metallica reaches 100 straight weeks on the BB200, Catalog and Catalog Sales charts. This is its longest run in the top 200 as a Catalog album, and its second run of 100 or more weeks on the Catalog chart. It ran for 256 straight weeks from early 1997 (its Catalog debut) through late 2001… Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits reaches the 200-week mark in the top 200 albums as a Catalog album, including Comprehensive chart weeks… Led Zeppelin’s Mothership reaches the 250-week plateau overall on the Billboard 200… Celine Dion’s These Are Special Times returns to the BB200 and collects its 100th week overall in the top 200 albums, including Comprehensive chart weeks.
Dec 2: Vince Guaraldi Trio’s A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) and Elvis Presley’s It’s Christmas Time both reach their 100th week in the top 200 sellers. Each album has 60 weeks on the BB200 proper and 40 weeks on the predecessor Comprehensive chart, with no top 200 weeks for either album on initial release… Three additional albums also reach 100 weeks total in the top 200: Queen’s Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection (1 original top 200 week and 99 as a Catalog album); Mariah Carey’s Merry Christmas (13 original and 87 as Catalog), and Blake Shelton’s Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits (78 original and 22 as Catalog)… Zac Brown Band’s Greatest Hits So Far… drops off the BB200 after a 45 week run going back to January of this year.

NEW ON THE CHARTS
Nov 18: Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas makes its belated Catalog debut at #3, a week after returning to the BB200 and debuting on the Catalog Sales chart… Another Christmas album (of sorts) joins it, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas soundtrack. A “special edition” of the same has previously charted on Catalog, but this is the first time for the original. ‘Nightmare’ also makes its BB200 debut as a Catalog album, the only album to do so this week… The final Catalog debut is Bobby “Boris” Picket & The Crypt-Kickers’ The Original Monster Mash (1962). This album returned to the BB200 in both 2015 and 2016 but wasn’t listed on the Catalog (and Catalog Sales) charts until now… Four additional debuts are recorded on the Catalog Sales chart: Sixx: A.M.’s The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack (2007) and Phish’s A Live One (1995) both make top 10 debuts, and Lauren Daigle’s Behold: A Christmas Collection, a release from last year, narrowly misses the top 10. These are joined by Whitesnake’s eponymous 1987 album, which reached #2 on the BB200. It’s only the second Catalog entry for Whitesnake, and their first (a 20CMTMC “Best Of” collection) reached only #50.
Nov 25: The lower area of the Catalog Sales chart features three first-time entries, all Christmas albums from last year: Kidz Bop Kids’ Kidz Bop Christmas (2016) (#32), Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve (#37), and Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood’s Christmas Together (#46)… There were no first time Catalog entries on the Catalog chart or BB200, though there should have been two with Reba’s My Kind Of Christmas (despite its debut on the BB200, it is a 2016 release), and Lauren Daigle’s Behold: A Christmas Collection.
Dec 2: Debuting on the BB200 and both Catalog charts is a special “Super Deluxe” edition of Metallica’s Master Of Puppets, originally released in 1986 (#165 BB200, #42 Cat, #11 Cat Sales)… Also debuting on the Catalog Sales chart only are three 2016 released Christmas albums: Jordan Smith’s ‘Tis The Season (#19), Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas (#21) and George Strait’s Strait For The Holidays (#45). It’s the eighth chart entry for Grant – seven of which have been Christmas titles – and the tenth for Strait, with three Christmas titles… Beyonce’s Lemonade, also a 2016 release, makes its first chart appearance at #31, becoming her sixth chart entry.

WANDERING STARS – Reserved for long-absent albums returning to the charts:
Nov 18: Returning to the Catalog Sales chart for the first time since 2015 is a compilation of Halloween sound effects called Halloween Haunted House… Kidz Bop Kids’ Kidz Bop Halloween Hits! makes its first appearance of 2017 on the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts.
Nov 25: Blake Shelton’s Cheers, It’s Christmas returns to the Catalog, Catalog Sales and BB200 charts for the first time in 2017… Other albums, all holiday related, making their first 2017 appearance on the Catalog Sales chart only: Casting Crowns’ Peace On Earth, Chicago’s Christmas: What’s It Gonna Be, Santa?, Burl Ives’ Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer, and a 2010 compilation Do You Hear What I Hear?: Women Of Christmas.
Dec 2: R.E.M.’s Automatic For The People (1992), which spent one week on the Catalog and Comprehensive charts in early 2009, returns to the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts and top 200 for the first time since then… Two Christmas albums make appearances on Catalog Sales after long absences: Alan Jackson’s Let It Be Christmas at #30 (first week since 2006) and Kenny G’s The Classic Christmas Album at #49 (first appearance since the first week of 2014, and also the first chart appearance since then for Kenny G as an artist).

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:
Nov 18: On the Catalog chart: Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas debuts within the top 10, one week after it should have, at #3… Bryson Tiller’s T R A P S O U L and Queen’s Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection re-enter the top 10 at #9 and #10, and have 17 and 15 weeks, respectively, in the top 10 (all in 2017 in both cases).
On the Catalog Sales chart: Debuts by Sixx: A.M.’s The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack (#7) and Phish’s A Live One (#9) are two of this week’s four top 10 entries. NOW That’s What I Call Halloween is also a top 10 first-timer at #4 in its second chart week. Johnny Cash’s The Legend Of Johnny Cash (112/32) returns at #10 and has the third-most top 10 weeks of any album this year.
Nov 25: On the Catalog chart: Two Christmas albums return to the top 10, Josh Groban’s Noel (68/2) at #4 and Michael Buble’s Christmas (44/3) at #5… Joining them in the top 10 is Led Zeppelin’s Mothership, logging its first week in the top 10 of 2017 (#9) and 10th overall.
On the Catalog Sales chart: A top 10 clearout (seven entries) sends Metallica’s Metallica out of the top ten after a 42-week run. Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 holds onto a top 10 spot for the 38th straight week… Lauren Daigle’s Behold: A Christmas Collection is the only first-timer in the top 10 at #5… Returning for the first time in 2017 are Blake Shelton’s Cheers, It’s Christmas (13/1) at #7, and Celine Dion’s These Are Special Times (40/1) at #10… Other returns are Josh Groban’s Noel (68/2) at #2, Reba’s My Kind Of Christmas (2/2) at a new peak of #4, Michael Buble’s Christmas (44/3) at #6, and with a second top 10 album this week, Pentatonix and That’s Christmas To Me (21/4) at #8… The chart run of Metallica’s Master Of Puppets, which began in the first week of this year, ends at 46 weeks. It returned in incredible fashion (#2 re-entry) on December 2.
Dec 2: On the Catalog chart: Metallica’s Master Of Puppets re-enters the chart at #3, getting its first top 10 week of 2017 and 53rd overall… Other top 10 re-entries include Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits (48/14) at #6 and Pentatonix’ That’s Christmas To Me (21/4) at #8… Ed Sheeran’s “x” drops from the top 10 after 24 straight weeks. It’s been in the top 10 for 41 out of 43 weeks since the equivalent-albums change to the Catalog chart in February, with both weeks outside the top 10 spent at #11.
On the Catalog Sales chart: Metallica’s Master Of Puppets (59/7) crashes back onto the chart at #2 after dropping off last week. One other entry into the top 10, R.E.M.’s Automatic For The People at #10, is a first timer… Leaving the top 10 after a 38-week run is Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1. It wasn’t even the longest run of 2017, as Metallica’s Metallica ran for 44 weeks earlier this year.

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:
Nov 18: Catalog: Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas, Soundtrack (1/0/1/#13/#13/#13)
Catalog Sales: Kids Bop Halloween Hits!, Kidz Bop Kids (6/3/1/#8/#11/#11)
Lauren Daigle, Behold: A Christmas Collection (1/0/1/#12/#12/#12)
Nov 25: Catalog: Adele, 25 (8/0/8/#13/#13/#19)
Catalog Sales: Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour (13/1/4/#10/#11/#11)
Elvis Presley, The Classic Christmas Album (22/0/6/#12/#15/#15)
Dec 2: Catalog: Adele, 25 (9/0/9/#13/#13/#21)
Catalog Sales: Metallica, Master Of Puppets (Super Deluxe) (1/0/1/#11/#11/#11)

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. Chris Stapleton, Traveller (chart debut: May 23, 2015). Chart weeks: 114. Returns to the top 40 this week at #33.
2. Twenty One Pilots, Blurryface (chart debut: June 6, 2015). Chart weeks: 131.
3. Hamilton: An American Musical (cast recording) (chart debut: October 17, 2015). Chart weeks: 112. It's the highest charting album on this list, at #25.
4. Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood (chart debut: November 21, 2015). Chart weeks: 103.
5, Brothers Osborne, Pawn Shop (chart debut: February 6, 2016). Chart weeks: 34 (27 in 2017).
6. Rihanna, ANTI (chart debut: February 13, 2016). Chart weeks: 95.
7. The Lumineers, Cleopatra (chart debut: April 30, 2016). Chart weeks: 84.
8. Drake, Views (chart debut: May 21, 2016). Chart weeks: 81.
9. Keith Urban, Ripcord (chart debut: May 28, 2016). Chart weeks: 80.
10. Chance The Rapper, Coloring Book (chart debut: June 4, 2016). Chart weeks: 79.

CHART MULTIPLES UPDATE
Ten artists had multiple Catalog albums on the charts (Billboard 200 and Catalog Album Sales) on November 18, 14 on November 25, and 13 on December 2:
(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 (139): Take Care -/9/68 (-/7/70), Nothing Was The Same -/25/127 (-/24/124), If You're Reading This It's Too Late -/29/136 (-/27/137)
Metallica (48): Master Of Puppets 2/3/46 (re-entry), Metallica 15/30/138 (12/28/139), Master Of Puppets (Super Deluxe) 11/42/165 (new), Ride The Lightning 39/-/- (re-entry)
Eminem (48): Curtain Call: The Hits -/6/56 (-/21/118), Recovery -/37/157 (re-entry), The Marshall Mathers LP 2 -/46/173 (re-entry), The Eminem Show -/53/187 (-/18/110)
Imagine Dragons (29): Night Visions -/13/95 (36/11/93), Smoke + Mirrors -/56/193 (-/45/177)
Adele (9): "25" -/21/116 (45/19/114), "21" -/50/180 (-/42/173)
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers (7): Greatest Hits 5/5/54 (3/3/42), Wildflowers (Tom Petty) 34/-/- (22/-/-), Anthology: Through The Years 44/-/- (13/-/-)
The Weeknd (4): Beauty Behind The Madness -/12/94 (-/10/89), Trilogy -/48/176 (-/43/174)
Elvis Presley (4): It's Christmas Time 14/36/156 (14/-/-), The Classic Christmas Album 16/-/- (15/-/-), Elvis: Ultimate Christmas 24/-/- (re-entry), Merry Christmas… Love, Elvis 41/-/- (34/-/-)
Pentatonix (2): A Pentatonix Christmas 1/1/17 (1/1/34), That's Christmas To Me 7/8/62 (8/12/96)
Taylor Swift (2): 1989 18/4/53 (-/6/68), Red -/24/126 (-/47/179), Fearless -/52/186 (re-entry), Speak Now -/59/197 (re-entry)
Garth Brooks (2): The Ultimate Hits 22/-/- (17/-/-), Christmas Together (w/Trisha Yearwood) 26/-/- (46/-/-)
Alan Jackson (2): Let It Be Christmas 30/-/- (re-entry), Honky Tonk Christmas 36/-/- (27/-/-)
Blake Shelton (1): Cheers, It's Christmas 9/26/128 (7/44/175), Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits -/55/190 (re-entry)
More than 2 albums: Metallica (4 on Nov 18, Dec 2); Drake (3 on Nov 18, 25, Dec 2); Michael Jackson (3 on Nov 18); Tom Petty (3 (2 w/The Heartbreakers) on Nov 25, Dec 2); Elvis Presley (3 on Nov 25, 4 on Dec 2); Eminem (4 on Dec 2); Taylor Swift (4 on Dec 2)
Dropping out: Bruno Mars (Nov 18 after 3 weeks); Ed Sheeran (Nov 18 after 1 week); Michael Jackson (Nov 25 after 2 weeks); The Beatles (Dec 2 after 47 weeks); Luke Bryan (Dec 2 after 1 week)

Number of Weeks with Multiple Catalog Albums on Catalog (Sales) or BB200 Chart, 2017:
48: Drake, Eminem, Metallica
47: The Beatles
42: Bruno Mars
39: Michael Jackson
36: Kendrick Lamar
34: Ed Sheeran
29: Imagine Dragons
22: Beyonce
19: Future
16: Eagles, Guns 'N Roses
15: Kanye West
11: Adele, Fleetwood Mac
10: Lynyrd Skynyrd
9: J. Cole
8: Linkin Park, George Michael, Prince, Taylor Swift
7: Panic! At The Disco, Tom Petty
6: 2Pac, Elvis
5: Pink Floyd, The Weeknd
4: Dr. Dre, Nirvana, Pentatonix
3: Simon & Garfunkel, Soundgarden
2: ABBA, The Allman Brothers Band, Garth Brooks, Luke Bryan, Chris Cornell, Alan Jackson, Journey, Lady Gaga, The Notorious B.I.G., Frank Sinatra
1: The Bee Gees, Zac Brown Band, 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, Blake Shelton, 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).

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 34 68 (1 1 3) (1 1 2) A Pentatonix Christmas, Pentatonix [4, 16, #17] (12, #1, 2016) (Wks: 3/3)
    44 65 - (2 5 -) (6 6 -) Christmas, Michael Buble [48, 58, #3] (10, #1, 2011) (Wks: 50/45)
    46 - - (3 - -) (2 - 41) Master Of Puppets, Metallica [67, 67, #46] (72, #29, 1986) (Wks: 558/53)
    53 68 83 (4 6 5) (18 - -) 1989, Taylor Swift [52, 153, #31] (101, #1, 2014) (Wks: 41/22)
    54 42 26 (5 3 1) (5 3 1) Greatest Hits, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [201, 201, #2] (154, #5, 1993) (Wks: 640/76)
    56 118 118 (6 21 16) (- - -) Curtain Call: The Hits, Eminem [307, 365, #38] (69, #1, 2005) (Wks: 256/48)
    57 37 64 (7 2 2) (46 11 30) In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith [92, 179, #37] (87, #2, 2014) (Wks: 50/11)
    62 96 - (8 12 -) (7 8 -) That's Christmas To Me, Pentatonix [24, 36, #3] (12, #2, 2014) (Wks: 25/21)
    68 70 75 (9 7 4) (- - -) Take Care, Drake [176, 246, #47] (70, #1, 2011) (Wks: 88/38)
    69 54 - (10 4 -) (4 2 25) Noel, Josh Groban [78, 92, #4] (14, #1, 2007) (Wks: 83/69)
    78 78 84 (11 8 6) (- - 47) x, Ed Sheeran [84, 178, #21] (94, #1, 2014) (Wks: 68/42)
    94 89 90 (12 10 7) (- - -) Beauty Behind The Madness, The Weeknd [5, 116, #46] (111, #1, 2015) (Wks: 5/4)
    95 93 104 (13 11 11) (- 36 43) Night Visions, Imagine Dragons [155, 268, #20] (113, #2, 2012) (Wks: 99/34)
    100 80 166 (14 9 37) (- - -) Mothership, Led Zeppelin [175, 251, #20] (78, #7, 2007) (Wks: 202/10)
    104 98 98 (15 13 8) (- - -) good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar [184, 264, #27] (80, #2, 2012) (Wks: 118/47)
    105 103 100 (16 14 9) (- - -) T R A P S O U L, Bryson Tiller [39, 112, #47] (73, #8, 2015) (Wks: 39/17)
    106 104 101 (17 15 10) (- - -) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection, Queen [99, 99, #58] (1, #48, 2002) (Wks: 32/15)
    107 106 - (18 16 -) (- - -) 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole [27, 154, #47] (111, #1, 2014) (Wks: 27/14)
    110 108 116 (19 17 14) (- - -) Montevallo, Sam Hunt [59, 160, #41] (101, #3, 2014) (Wks: 52/37)
    113 166 - (20 38 -) (27 40 -) Merry Christmas, Mariah Carey [87, 87, #28] (13, #3, 1994) (Wks: 153/51)
    116 114 117 (21 19 15) (- 45 27) 25, Adele [9, 104, #103] (95, #1, 2015) (Wks: 9/0)
    118 - - (22 - -) (10 - -) Automatic For The People, R.E.M. [2, 2, #118] (75, #2, 1992) (Wks: 2/0)
    122 122 129 (23 23 20) (- - -) The Life Of Pablo, Kanye West [7, 84, #109] (77, #1, 2016) (Wks: 7/0)
    126 179 - (24 47 -) (- - -) Red, Taylor Swift [69, 147, #68] (78, #1, 2012) (Wks: 64/7)
    127 124 125 (25 24 19) (- - -) Nothing Was The Same, Drake [138, 213, #46] (75, #1, 2013) (Wks: 43/1)
    128 175 - (26 44 -) (9 7 -) Cheers, It's Christmas, Blake Shelton [23, 36, #31] (13, #8, 2012) (Wks: 24/12)
    130 120 119 (27 22 17) (- - -) Greatest Hits, 2Pac [141, 141, #31] (76, #3, 1998) (Wks: 157/18)
    135 193 - (28 52 -) (12 10 20) These Are Special Times, Celine Dion [84, 84, #49] (17, #2, 1998) (Wks: 128/43)
    136 137 136 (29 27 21) (- - -) If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Drake [67, 145, #58] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 45/4)
    138 139 139 (30 28 23) (15 12 5) Metallica, Metallica [336, 336, #51] (281, #1, 1991) (Wks: 827/339)
    141 - - (31 - -) (17 - -) A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack), Vince Guaraldi Trio [100, 100, #23] (N/A, 1965) (Wks: 162/66)
    144 136 147 (32 26 28) (- - -) Purpose, Justin Bieber [27, 105, #81] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 27/0)
    146 116 182 (33 20 43) (35 20 -) Kill The Lights, Luke Bryan [6, 119, #116] (113, #1, 2015) (Wks: 6/0)
    147 135 140 (34 25 24) (- - -) Badlands, Halsey [35, 116, #74] (81, #2, 2015) (Wks: 35/1)
    153 145 146 (35 29 27) (- - -) Death Of A Bachelor, Panic! At The Disco [17, 96, #95] (79, #1, 2016) (Wks: 17/0)
    156 - - (36 - -) (14 14 16) It's Christmas Time, Elvis Presley [100, 100, #41] (N/A, 1999) (Wks: 134/42)
    157 - - (37 - -) (- - -) Recovery, Eminem [225, 302, #55] (77, #1, 2010) (Wks: 121/19)
    158 147 137 (38 30 22) (47 26 24) Chronicle -- The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival [512, 512, #14] (30, #100, 1976) (Wks: 924/103)
    160 157 151 (39 35 31) (- - -) Journey's Greatest Hits, Journey [596, 596, #18] (92, #10, 1988) (Wks: 1129/464)
    161 153 158 (40 32 34) (- - -) Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Bruno Mars [262, 350, #11] (88, #3, 2010) (Wks: 204/77)
    163 154 148 (41 33 29) (- 42 28) Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers, Bob Marley & The Wailers [630, 630, #5] (113, #54, 1984) (Wks: 1286/805)
    165 - - (42 - -) (11 - -) Master Of Puppets (Super Deluxe), Metallica [1, 1, #165] (72, #29, 1986) (Wks: 1/0)
    166 155 150 (43 34 30) (- - -) The Essential Billy Joel, Billy Joel [83, 83, #15] (16, #29, 2001) (Wks: 38/1)
    167 149 154 (44 31 32) (- 43 36) Greatest Hits, Guns 'N Roses [441, 579, #3] (138, #3, 2004) (Wks: 424/148)
    172 178 144 (45 46 26) (38 - 18) [Hybrid Theory], Linkin Park [181, 181, #8] (103, #2, 2000) (Wks: 363/71)
    173 - - (46 - -) (- - -) The Marshall Mathers LP 2, Eminem [109, 187, #77] (78, #1, 2013) (Wks: 12/0)
    174 159 160 (47 36 35) (- - -) Tangled Up, Thomas Rhett [6, 112, #126] (106, #6, 2015) (Wks: 6/0)
    176 174 180 (48 43 42) (- - -) Trilogy, The Weeknd [149, 190, #37] (41, #4, 2012) (Wks: 38/1)
    177 169 185 (49 40 45) (- - -) Rumours, Fleetwood Mac [112, 112, #11] (134, #1, 1977) (Wks: 184/30)
    180 173 183 (50 42 44) (- - -) 21, Adele [207, 352, #9] (145, #1, 2011) (Wks: 206/87)
    185 - 141 (51 - 25) (- - 14) Thriller, Michael Jackson [235, 235, #2] (122, #1, 1982) (Wks: 389/90)
    186 - - (52 - -) (- - -) Fearless, Taylor Swift [138, 254, #58] (116, #1, 2008) (Wks: 139/19)
    187 110 107 (53 18 12) (- - 44) The Eminem Show, Eminem [244, 266, #47] (104, #1, 2002) (Wks: 257/60)
    188 188 156 (54 50 33) (- - -) DS2, Future [44, 122, #68] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 42/4)
    190 - - (55 - -) (- - -) Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits, Blake Shelton [22, 100, #125] (78, #5, 2015) (Wks: 19/0)
    193 177 199 (56 45 51) (- - -) Smoke + Mirrors, Imagine Dragons [29, 93, #118] (64, #1, 2015) (Wks: 15/0)
    194 185 191 (57 49 47) (- - 50) Abbey Road, The Beatles [123, 123, #3] (129, #1, 1969) (Wks: 341/36)
    196 170 169 (58 41 39) (- - -) Greatest Hits, The Notorious B.I.G. [96, 105, #48] (13, #1, 2007) (Wks: 63/10)
    197 - - (59 - -) (- - -) Speak Now, Taylor Swift [56, 137, #48] (81, #1, 2010) (Wks: 51/16)
    200 - - (60 - -) (- - -) Greatest Hits, Foo Fighters [104, 134, #48] (30, #11, 2009) (Wks: 95/13)
    121 138 - (- - -) (8 5 12) Behold: A Christmas Collection, Lauren Daigle [2, 10, #121] (8, #29, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    77 99 - (- - -) (3 4 -) My Kind Of Christmas, Reba [2, 2, #77] (N/A, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 165 - (- 37 -) (- - -) Crash My Party, Luke Bryan [102, 211, #88] (109, #1, 2013) (Wks: 39/0)
    - 168 - (- 39 -) (- 16 -) The Very Best Of Prince, Prince [63, 63, #1] (25, #66, 2001) (Wks: 103/33)
    - 184 165 (- 48 36) (- - -) Greatest Hits So Far…, Zac Brown Band [71, 144, #69] (73, #20, 2014) (Wks: 46/1)
    - 192 190 (- 51 46) (- - -) Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth [13, 92, #156] (79, #6, 2016) (Wks: 11/0)
    - 194 197 (- 53 49) (- - -) Hozier, Hozier [65, 147, #113] (82, #2, 2014) (Wks: 14/0)
    - 197 167 (- 54 38) (- - -) Islah, Kevin Gates [14, 93, #138] (79, #2, 2016) (Wks: 13/0)
    - 199 - (- 55 -) (- 25 46) Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits, Simon & Garfunkel [34, 34, #42] (127, #5, 1972) (Wks: 117/4)
    - - 109 (- - 13) (- - 15) Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, Soundtrack [1, 1, #109] (9, #98, 1993) (Wks: 1/0)
    - - 124 (- - 18) (- - 22) The Essential Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson [232, 237, #2] (6, #96, 2005) (Wks: 269/69)
    - - 172 (- - 40) (- - -) The Original Monster Mash, Bobby "Boris" Pickett And The Crypt-Kickers [3, 3, #161] (17, #19, 1962) (Wks: 1/0)
    - - 177 (- - 41) (- - 11) Kidz Bop Halloween Hits!, Kidz Bop Kids [5, 7, #111] (2, #121, 2012) (Wks: 6/3)
    - - 196 (- - 48) (- 33 6) Listen Without Prejudice, Vol. 1, George Michael [2, 2, #41] (42, #2, 1990) (Wks: 3/1)
    - - 198 (- - 50) (- - -) Cry Baby, Melanie Martinez [35, 116, #79] (81, #6, 2015) (Wks: 31/0)
    - - - (- - -) (13 9 3) Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack [32, 114, #20] (82, #1, 2014) (Wks: 56/18)
    - - - (- - -) (16 15 21) The Classic Christmas Album, Elvis Presley [16, 28, #90] (12, #90, 2012) (Wks: 17/0)
    - - - (- - -) (19 - -) 'Tis The Season, Jordan Smith [0, 7, #N/A] (7, #11, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (20 18 34) Once Upon A Christmas, Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton [27, 27, #94] (8, #31, 1984) (Wks: 41/0)
    - - - (- - -) (21 - -) Tennessee Christmas, Amy Grant [0, 9, #N/A] (9, #31, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (22 17 19) The Ultimate Hits, Garth Brooks [69, 145, #14] (78, #3, 2007) (Wks: 166/28)
    - - - (- - -) (23 37 -) The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve, Trans-Siberian Orchestra [0, 10, #N/A] (10, #9, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (24 - -) Elvis: Ultimate Christmas, Elvis Presley [0, 0, #N/A] (4, #107, 2015) (Wks: 7/0)
    - - - (- - -) (25 19 32) The Best Of Bing Crosby: 20CMTCC, Bing Crosby [23, 23, #100] (N/A, 2003) (Wks: 25/0)
    - - - (- - -) (26 46 -) Christmas Together, Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood [0, 7, #N/A] (7, #7, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (28 32 -) Kidz Bop Christmas (2016), Kidz Bop Kids [0, 5, #N/A] (5, #111, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (29 31 -) Do You Hear What I Hear?: Women Of Christmas [Sony Music], Various Artists [18, 19, #118] (1, #164, 2010) (Wks: 17/0)
    - - - (- - -) (30 - -) Let It Be Christmas, Alan Jackson [13, 13, #66] (14, #27, 2002) (Wks: 19/4)
    - - - (- - -) (31 - -) Lemonade, Beyonce [0, 70, #N/A] (70, #1, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (32 24 -) Peace On Earth, Casting Crowns [34, 47, #11] (13, #24, 2008) (Wks: 39/10)
    - - - (- - -) (33 21 10) The Legend Of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash [191, 267, #38] (78, #5, 2005) (Wks: 195/82)
    - - - (- - -) (34 22 8) Wildflowers, Tom Petty [4, 4, #27] (53, #8, 1994) (Wks: 4/2)
    - - - (- - -) (36 27 45) Honky Tonk Christmas, Alan Jackson [8, 8, #145] (12, #42, 1993) (Wks: 18/0)
    - - - (- - -) (37 50 -) Christmas Songs By Sinatra, Frank Sinatra [32, 32, #71] (1, #7, 1949) (Wks: 33/0)
    - - - (- - -) (39 - 37) Ride The Lightning, Metallica [10, 10, #48] (50, #100, 1984) (Wks: 466/9)
    - - - (- - -) (40 - -) Gold: A 50th Anniversary Christmas Celebration, Johnny Mathis [22, 22, #104] (1, #191, 2006) (Wks: 26/0)
    - - - (- - -) (41 34 -) Merry Christmas… Love, Elvis, Elvis Presley [14, 20, #107] (6, #101, 2013) (Wks: 22/0)
    - - - (- - -) (42 - -) The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas!, Various Artists [37, 46, #25] (10, #30, 2008) (Wks: 40/9)
    - - - (- - -) (43 39 -) Christmas: What's It Gonna Be, Santa?, Chicago [1, 4, #191] (4, #102, 2003) (Wks: 9/0)
    - - - (- - -) (44 13 -) Anthology: Through The Years, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [6, 6, #32] (2, #132, 2000) (Wks: 7/3)
    - - - (- - -) (45 - -) Strait For The Holidays, George Strait [0, 5, #N/A] (5, #138, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (48 - -) Kind Of Blue, Miles Davis [5, 5, #95] (N/A, 1959) (Wks: 175/12)
    - - - (- - -) (49 - -) The Classic Christmas Album, Kenny G [4, 10, #164] (6, #128, 2012) (Wks: 3/0)
    - - - (- - -) (50 44 -) Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Burl Ives [56, 56, #84] (N/A, 1995) (Wks: 85/5)
    - - - (- - -) (- 23 13) Icon: Lynyrd Skynyrd, Lynyrd Skynyrd [3, 11, #138] (8, #145, 2011) (Wks: 26/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- 28 26) The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd [486, 486, #12] (741, #1, 1973) (Wks: 1199/471)
    - - - (- - -) (- 29 -) The Definitive Collection, Lionel Richie [26, 50, #60] (55, #19, 2003) (Wks: 84/6)
    - - - (- - -) (- 30 -) Back To Black, Amy Winehouse [87, 165, #7] (78, #2, 2007) (Wks: 110/21)
    - - - (- - -) (- 35 39) 51 Songs Kids Really Love To Sing, Kids Choir [24, 35, #89] (11, #81, 2011) (Wks: 31/1)
    - - - (- - -) (- 38 -) Greatest Hits, Earth, Wind & Fire [17, 17, #40] (N/A, 1998) (Wks: 23/2)
    - - - (- - -) (- 41 33) …And Justice For All, Metallica [44, 44, #91] (83, #6, 1988) (Wks: 590/76)
    - - - (- - -) (- 47 31) Icon: Greatest Hits, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band [373, 373, #60] (114, #8, 1994) (Wks: 794/382)
    - - - (- - -) (- 48 -) Precious Memories, Alan Jackson [23, 91, #64] (82, #4, 2006) (Wks: 32/5)
    - - - (- - -) (- 49 35) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles [54, 54, #3] (175, #1, 1967) (Wks: 271/32)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 4) NOW That's What I Call Halloween, Various Artists [0, 7, #N/A] (7, #59, 2015) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 7) The Heroin Diaries Soundtrack, Sixx: A.M. [0, 26, #N/A] (37, #62, 2007) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 9) A Live One, Phish [0, 0, #N/A] (14, #18, 1995) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 17) Drew's Famous Halloween Party Music Volume 1, Various Artists [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 1996) (Wks: 6/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 23) Whitesnake, Whitesnake [0, 0, #N/A] (76, #2, 1987) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 29) Halloween Haunted House: 250 Tracks Of Terrifying Horror & Spooky Scary Sounds, Halloween FX Productions [2, 3, #152] (1, #151, 2012) (Wks: 2/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 38) Icon: Eric Clapton, Eric Clapton [13, 13, #114] (N/A, 2011) (Wks: 74/1)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 40) Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Prince & The Revolution [52, 52, #2] (72, #1, 1984) (Wks: 103/22)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 42) Crystal Visions... The Very Best Of Stevie Nicks, Stevie Nicks [0, 12, #N/A] (12, #21, 2007) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 48) Best Of The Doobies, The Doobie Brothers [2, 2, #87] (93, #5, 1976) (Wks: 8/2)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 49) Bad, Michael Jackson [100, 100, #8] (87, #1, 1987) (Wks: 156/22)
STATISTICS
Album counts from November 18 & 25 and December 2:
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200: 51, 57, 62
Difference from previous week: -4, +6, +5
Difference from one year ago: -6, +1, +7
Catalog albums on both Billboard 200 and Catalog (Sales) chart: 18, 20, 21
Catalog albums on the Catalog (Sales) chart only: 32, 30, 29
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200 only: 33, 37, 41

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+):
630 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
596 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
512 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
441 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
Overall (500+):
743 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
688 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
617 Metallica, Metallica
579 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
542 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
Most weeks on BB200, counting Catalog Top 10 weeks before Nov 22, 2003 as BB200 weeks (750+):
1244 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
894 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
887 Metallica, Metallica

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks:
On the BB200 as a Catalog album:
207 Adele, 21
204 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
156 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
155 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
152 Drake, Take Care
152 Eminem, The Eminem Show
101 Metallica, Metallica
92 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
84 Ed Sheeran, x
67 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
59 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
58 Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans
On the BB200 overall (with at least one Catalog week):
352 Adele, 21
204 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
179 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
178 Ed Sheeran, x
160 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
156 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
155 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
154 J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive
152 Drake, Take Care
152 Eminem, The Eminem Show
145 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
122 Future, DS2
119 Luke Bryan, Kill The Lights
116 Halsey, Badlands
116 The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness
112 Thomas Rhett, Tangled Up
112 Bryson Tiller, T R A P S O U L
105 Justin Bieber, Purpose
104 Adele, 25
101 Metallica, Metallica
96 Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor
58 Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans
Dropping out: Melanie Martinez, Cry Baby (Nov 25 after 116 weeks); Kevin Gates, Islah (Dec 2 after 93 weeks)

Most weeks on Catalog chart (proper) for albums on this week's chart (800+):
1286 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
1129 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
924 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
827 Metallica, Metallica

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

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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:22 am

Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Elton John Earns 40th Top 40 Album With 'Diamonds'
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... n-diamonds
11/22/2017 by Keith Caulfield

On the latest Billboard 200 albums chart (dated Nov. 25), Taylor Swift’s Reputation rocked the top of the chart, debuting at No. 1 with 1.238 million equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 16, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, a whopping 1.216 million were in traditional album sales -- the largest sales week for any album since 2015, and the 10th-largest sales week since Nielsen Music began tracking data in 1991.

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:

— Elton John, Diamonds - No. 23 — Elton John notches his 40th top 40-charting album with the arrival of his latest greatest hits collection, Diamonds. The set -- which is also John’s 48th charting effort overall -- enters at No. 23 with 18,000 units (12,000 from traditional album sales).

Among all artists with the most top 40 albums, John ties Neil Young for the seventh-most. Ahead of them: Frank Sinatra (56 top 40 albums), Elvis Presley (54), Barbra Streisand (51), Bob Dylan (47), The Rolling Stones (46) and The Beatles (41).

Diamonds is John’s sixth greatest hits album to reach the Billboard 200. It follows Greatest Hits (No. 1 for 10 weeks, debuting in 1974), Elton John’s Greatest Hits, Volume II (No. 21, 1977), Greatest Hits, Vol. III 1979-1987 (No. 84, 1987), Greatest Hits 1970-2002 (No. 12, 2002) and Rocket Man: Number Ones (No. 9, 2007). John has additionally charted compilations like the archival box set To Be Continued… (No. 82, 1990), a Duets set (No. 25, 1993), a ballads collection titled Love Songs (No. 24, 1996), and the live hits album One Night Only — The Greatest Hits (No. 65, 2000).

— Walk the Moon, What If Nothing – No. 40 — The rock band’s new album What If Nothing debuts at No. 40, earning 14,000 units (9,000 in traditional album sales). It’s the third top 40-charting effort for the act, which previously visited the region with Talking is Hard (No. 14, 2015) and its self-titled album (No. 36, 2012). The album is currently enjoying a hit single with “One Foot,” which debuts at No. 31 on the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart and climbs 19-8 on the Hot Rock Songs chart.

— Metallica, Master of Puppets – No. 46 — Metallica’s third studio album returns to the chart, following its deluxe reissue on Nov. 10. The set was remastered and re-released in a number of new editions, including a single CD, a vinyl LP and a three-CD set. Those versions are tracked together with the original release from 1986 for sales and charting purposes, and together, they re-enter at No. 46 with 13,000 units (12,000 in traditional album sales). In addition, a further super deluxe version of the set, which boasts 10 CDs, three LPs, a cassette and two DVDs tracks separately due to its large amount of bonus content. The super deluxe permutation bows at No. 165 with 5,000 units, nearly all from traditional album sales.

— Various Artists, Cities 97 Sampler, Volume 29 – No. 89 — The long-running charity compilation series from KTCZ Minneapolis (Cities 97) debuts its 29th volume at No. 89, earning 8,000 units (all from traditional album sales). The set features live tunes recorded at the radio station by the likes of James Blunt, Fitz and the Tantrums, and Andy Grammer. The album was exclusively available for purchase through the radio station’s web site and at Minneapolis-area Target stores. The first 28 editions of the series raised $12.5 million for hundreds of local charitable organizations.

— R.E.M., Automatic for the People – No. 118 — The band’s 1992 album returns following its 25th anniversary deluxe reissue, re-entering the chart at No. 118 with 7,000 units (5,000 in traditional album sales). The set was re-released in a variety of new versions: a remastered digital album, a vinyl LP, a 2-CD set and a 3-CD/1-Blu-ray offering. The multi-disc versions include live tracks and demo recordings. All editions of the album are tracked together with the original 1992 release.

Automatic for the People was R.E.M.’s third top 10 album, and followed their first No. 1 set, 1991’s Out of Time. (Automatic spent two weeks at No. 2, stuck behind Garth Brooks’ The Chase.) In total, R.E.M. scored 10 top 10 albums, most recently with its final studio effort, 2011’s Collapse Into Now (No. 5).

— Lil Peep, Call Me When You’re Sober (EP) – No. 168 — The late artist, who died on Nov. 15, debuts on the chart with his first album, Call Me When You’re Sober (EP). It bows on the list with 5,000 units (up 458 percent) and 1,000 in traditional album sales (up 2,543 percent). Overall, in the tracking week ending Nov. 16, Lil Peep’s total on-demand streams (audio and video combined) rose by 386 percent to 11.2 million.

— Various Artists, Now That’s What I Call Merry Christmas (2017) – No. 170 — The Now That’s What I Call Music compilation brand collects its 132nd charting album with the No. 170 bow of Now That’s What I Call a Merry Christmas (2017). The set is different from the 2016 edition which was also titled That’s What I Call a Merry Christmas, which peaked at No. 54. The new volume is the 11th Christmas-themed Now album to chart.
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Postby trebor » Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:40 am

Top 10 Country Albums Sales Chart: November 20, 2017
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Tracy Lawrence, Upchurch and Billy Ray Cyrus lead the newcomers on this week's chart rundown headlined by the pictured Kenny Chesney.

Place - Artist - Album - Week - ( Total Scans )
1 - KENNY CHESNEY - LIVE IN NO SHOES NATION - 32,100 - ( 300,300 )
2 - BLAKE SHELTON - TEXOMA SHORE - 28,000 - ( 82,900 )
3 - CHRIS STAPLETON - FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 1 - 12,500 - ( 577,300 )
4 - KID ROCK - SWEET SOUTHERN SUGAR - 12,300 - ( 53,100 )
5 - CHRIS STAPLETON - TRAVELLER - 8,600 - ( 2,118,900 )
6 - ALAN JACKSON - PRECIOUS MEMORIES COL (2CD) - 8,400 - ( 92,400 )
7 - UPCHURCH - KING OF DIXIE - 8,100 - ( 8,100 )
8 - KELSEA BALLERINI - UNAPOLOGETICALLY - 7,700 - ( 42,500 )
9 - TRACY LAWRENCE - GOOD OLE DAYS - 6,900 - ( 6,900 )
10 - KANE BROWN - KANE BROWN - 6,100 - ( 256,600 )
11 - LUKE COMBS - THIS ONE'S FOR YOU - 5,100 - ( 150,200 )
12 - THOMAS RHETT - LIFE CHANGES - 4,500 - ( 168,300 )
13 - DARIUS RUCKER - WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME - 4,400 - ( 50,800 )
14 - KEITH URBAN - RIPCORD - 4,300 - ( 681,900 )
15 - BROTHERS OSBORNE - PAWN SHOP - 4,100 - ( 178,300 )
-- - SHANIA TWAIN - NOW - 3,800 - ( 177,300 )
-- - LEE BRICE - LEE BRICE - 2,500 - ( 15,700 )
-- - CHRIS YOUNG - LOSING SLEEP - 3,200 - ( 46,800 )
-- - MIRANDA LAMBERT - WEIGHT OF THESE WINGS - 2,900 - ( 402,400 )
-- - JON PARDI - CALIFORNIA SUNRISE - 2,600 - ( 197,100 )
-- - BRETT YOUNG - BRETT YOUNG - 2,500 - ( 156,800 )
-- - ALABAMA - AMERICAN CHRISTMAS - 2,400 - ( 9,500 )
-- - LITTLE BIG TOWN - THE BREAKER - 2,300 - ( 148,400 )
-- - OLD DOMINION - HAPPY ENDINGS - 2,100 - ( 57,200 )
-- - ERIC CHURCH - MR. MISUNDERSTOOD - 2,000 - ( 569,500 )
-- - ROY ORBISON - LOVE SO BEAUTIFUL - 1,900 - ( 6,500 )
-- - MIDLAND - ON THE ROCKS - 1,900 - ( 36,500 )
-- - DUSTIN LYNCH - CURRENT MOOD - 1,800 - ( 52,500 )
-- - ZAC BROWN BAND - WELCOME HOME - 1,700 - ( 284,000 )
-- - MAREN MORRIS - HERO - 1,500 - ( 263,000 )
-- - GARTH BROOKS - GUNSLINGER - 1,500 - ( 131,200 )
-- - LADY ANTEBELLUM - HEART BREAK - 1,500 - ( 140,700 )
-- - CARLY PEARCE - EVERY LITTLE THING - 1,400 - ( 17,600 )
-- - BILLY RAY CYRUS - SET THE RECORD STRAIGHT - 1,200 - ( 1,200 )
-- - GRANGER SMITH - WHEN THE GOOD GUYS WIN - 1,200 - ( 18,300 )
-- - JASON ISBELL/400 UNIT - NASHVILLE SOUND - 1,100 - ( 107,500 )
-- - BRETT ELDREDGE - BRETT ELDREDGE - 1,100 - ( 66,800 )
-- - WILLIE NELSON - WILLIE AND THE BOYS: - 1,000 - ( 10,200 )
-- - JASON ALDEAN - THEY DON'T KNOW - 1,000 - ( 420,800 )
-- - TURNPIKE TROUBADOURS - LONG WAY FROM YOUR HEART - 900 - ( 20,600 )
-- - JESSIE JAMES DECKER - SOUTHERN GIRL CITY LIGHTS - 900 - ( 28,100 )
-- - FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE - DIG YOUR ROOTS - 800 - ( 431,800 )
-- - KIP MOORE - SLOWHEART - 800 - ( 39,600 )
-- - CHRIS JANSON - EVERYBODY - 800 - ( 17,900 )
-- - MARGO PRICE - ALL AMERICAN MADE - 800 - ( 10,700 )
-- - AARON LEWIS - SINNER - 800 - ( 136,400 )
-- - REBA MCENTIRE - SING IT NOW:SONGS OF FAITH - 700 - ( 201,100 )
-- - TOBY KEITH - BUS SONGS - 700 - ( 24,600 )
-- - WILLIE NELSON - GOD'S PROBLEM CHILD - 700 - ( 97,800 )
-- - LEE ANN WOMACK - LONELY, LONESOME & GONE - 600 - ( 4,800 )
-- - NED LEDOUX - SAGEBRUSH - 600 - ( 4,600 )
-- - DYLAN SCOTT - DYLAN SCOTT - 600 - ( 52,400 )
-- - BRAD PAISLEY - LOVE AND WAR - 600 - ( 69,600 )
-- - HOME FREE - TIMELESS - 600 - ( 25,200 )
-- - L.MORGAN/P.TILLIS - COME SEE ME/COME LONELY - 600 - ( 600 )
-- - PARKER MCCOLLUM - PROBABLY WRONG - 600 - ( 600 )
-- - LUKAS NELSAN/PTR - LUKAS NELSAN/PTR - 500 - ( 12,300 )
-- - MUD DIGGER - FIELD PARTY VOL 1 - 500 - ( 500 )
-- - RUSSELL DICKERSON - YOURS - 500 - ( 9,800 )
-- - BRANTLEY GILBERT - THE DEVIL DON'T SLEEP - 500 - ( 197,000 )
-- - DIERKS BENTLEY - BLACK - 500 - ( 276,400 )
-- - HILLARY SCOTT/FAMILY - LOVE REMAINS - 400 - ( 162,900 )
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Postby trebor » Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:44 am

Top 30 Digital Country Singles Chart: November 21, 2017
© RoughStock: Posted By Matt Bjorke on Wednesday November 22, 2017 at 12:47PM PST

Keith Urban once-again leads with his strong new single "Female," the first single off his forthcoming project for Hit Red/Capitol Records. See the entire pre-Thanksgiving chart here!

Place - Artist - Track - Sales - ( Total )
1 - KEITH URBAN - FEMALE - 32,000 - ( 52,000 )
2 - CHRIS STAPLETON - BROKEN HALOS - 18,000 - ( 240,000 )
3 - LANCO - GREATEST LOVE STORY - 17,000 - ( 375,000 )
4 - K.BROWN/L.ALAINA - WHAT IFS - 15,000 - ( 530,000 )
5 - THOMAS RHETT - UNFORGETTABLE - 13,000 - ( 223,000 )
6 - LUKE COMBS - WHEN IT RAINS IT POURS - 12,000 - ( 285,000 )
7 - TIM MCGRAW & FAITH HILL - THE REST OF OUR LIFE - 12,000 - ( 57,000 )
8 - BROTHERS OSBORNE - IT AIN'T MY FAULT - 10,000 - ( 352,000 )
9 - SAM HUNT - BODY LIKE A BACK ROAD - 10,000 - ( 1,766,000 )
10 - WALKER HAYES - YOU BROKE UP WITH ME - 9,000 - ( 220,000 )
11 - BRETT YOUNG - LIKE I LOVED YOU - 9,000 - ( 147,000 )
12 - BLAKE SHELTON - I'LL NAME THE DOGS - 900 - ( 128,000 )
13 - CARLY PEARCE - EVERY LITTLE THING - 9,000 - ( 332,000 )
14 - LUKE BRYAN - LIGHT IT UP - 9,000 - ( 127,000 )
15 - CHRIS STAPLETON - TENNESSEE WHISKEY - 8,000 - ( 1,368,000 )
16 - RUSSELL DICKERSON - YOURS - 8,000 - ( 306,000 )
17 - MIRANDA LAMBERT - TIN MAN - 7,000 - ( 320,000 )
18 - KEITH URBAN - BLUE AIN'T YOUR COLOR - 7,000 - ( 1,146,000 )
19 - LEE BRICCE - BOY - 7,000 - ( 120,000 )
20 - KELSEA BALLERINI - LEGENDS - 7,000 - ( 86,000 )
21 - BRETT YOUNG - IN CASE YOU DIDN'T KNOW - 6,000 - ( 970,000 )
22 - SCOTTY MCCREERY - FIVE MORE MINUTES - 6,000 - ( 115,000 )
23 - DANIELLE BRADBERY - WORTH IT - 6,000 - ( 6,000 )
24 - MAREN MORRIS - I COULD USE A LOVE SONG - 6,000 - ( 190,000 )
25 - THOMAS RHETT - MARRY ME - 6,000 - ( 51,000 )
26 - DEVIN DAWSON - ALL ON ME - 5,000 - ( 93,700 )
27 - OLD DOMINION - WRITTEN IN THE SAND - 5,000 - ( 98,000 )
28 - LITTLE BIG TOWN - BETTER MAN - 5,000 - ( 741,000 )
29 - ERIC CHURCH - ROUND HERE BUZZ - 5,000 - ( 168,000 )
30 - DUSTIN LYNCH - SMALL TOWN BOY - 5,000 - ( 46,500 )
Note - KANE BROWN - HEAVEN - 5,000 - ( 58,000 )
Note - CHRIS YOUNG - LOSING SLEEP - 4,000 - ( 151,000 )
Note - DANIELLE BRADBERY - SWAY - 4,000 - ( 70,000 )
Note - MORGAN WALLEN/FGL - UP DOWN - 3,000 - ( 25,000 )
Note - C.LANE/T.KELLY - TAKE BACK HOME GIRL - 3,000 - ( 22,000 )

Falling Off - Artist - - Track - ( RTD Sales )
Falling Off - JON PARDI - DIRT ON MY BOOTS - 4,000 - ( 722,000 )
Falling Off - MIRANDA LAMBERT - TO LEARN HER - 4,000 - ( 17,000 )
Falling Off - LUKE BRYAN - MOST PEOPLE ARE GOOD - 2,000 - ( 13,000 )
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Postby trebor » Thu Nov 23, 2017 9:55 am

Metal By Numbers 11/22: Sensing the presence of Evanescence
© Metal Insider: Posted by Matt Brown on November 22, 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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I cannot hear Evanescence without thinking about Daredevil. I don’t mean the awesome newer Netflix series, I mean the 2003 film starring Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner, which heavily featured Evanescence’s two biggest hits (“My Immortal” and “Bring Me To Life” if you were wondering) along with a bunch of other early 2000’s rock songs. In fact, Daredevil came out before Evanescence’s debut album Fallen, and that album came out the same day as Daredevil: The Album, which features both of those songs. Anyway, both those songs are featured on the new album with orchestral arrangements. Another noteworthy feat: Master of Puppets sold over 12,000 copies this week following the release of the deluxe reissue. The reissue itself sold 4,750 copies.

Notable Debuts:

Evanescence, Synthesis (BMG)
Debut #4
30,700 sold
This is Evanescence’s first album in six years. It’s a solid debut by today’s standards, though it pales in comparison to the first week numbers of their last album.

Greta Van Fleet, From the Fires (Lava)
Debut #13
11,500 sold
Following the growing success of their first EP released earlier this year, the band has released a second EP.

Quicksand, Interiors (Epitaph)
Debut #30
5,350 sold
The band’s third album is their first release in 22 years.

Sweet & Lynch, Unified (Frontiers)
Debut #53
3,400 sold
This is the second studio album from this collaboration of guitarists Michael Sweet (Stryper) and George Lynch (ex-Dokken)

Hüsker Dü, Savage Young Dü (Numero)
Debut #70
2,625 sold
This is a box set featuring a ton of unreleased material from the band.

Toothgrinder, Phantom Amour (Spinefarm)
Debut #76
2,400 sold
Toothgrinder has come a long way since its debut album released early last year.

Entheos, Dark Future (Spinefarm)
Debut #127
1,550 sold
Another band releasing their sophomore album a year after their debut.

Hail the Sun, Secret Wars (Equal Vision)
Debut #168
1,200 sold
Following last year’s Culture Scars, the band release a new EP.

Speak The Truth… Even If Your Voice Shakes, Everyone You Love Will Slip Away From You (Self-Released)
920 sold
This is a band featuring members of Senses Fail and Finch.

The Dark Element, The Dark Element (Frontiers)
690 sold
This is a new project featuring Anette Olzon (ex-Nightwish) and Jani Liimatainen (ex-Sonata Arctica).


Jeff Scott Soto, Retribution (Frontiers)
530 sold
This is Soto’s sixth solo album and his first since 2012.

Your Memorial, Your Memorial (Facedown)
520 sold
This self-titled EP is the band’s last release; they broke up back in May.

Bodysnatcher, Death Of Me (Stay Sick)
400 sold
This is the band’s debut album.

Lionheart, Welcome To The West Coast II (Fast Break!)
380 sold
This is the band’s first release following their brief hiatus.

Cloak, To Venomous Depths (Season Of Mist)
300
This is #20 on Decibel’s top 20.

Axis, Shift (Good Fight Music)
290 sold
This is the band’s second album.

Destruction, Thrash Anthems II (Nuclear Blast)
270 sold
Like its predecessor, this is a rerecording of some of the band’s classic material.

Spock’s Beard, Snow – Live (Metal Blade)
270 sold
This is a live performance of the band performing their 2002 studio album of the same name.

Amberian Dawn, Darkness of Eternity (Napalm)
250 sold
This is the band’s eighth studio album.

Primal Fear, Best of Fear (Frontiers)
210 sold

As the name implies, this is a greatest hits compilation.

Notable Sales:

Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold (RCA/Roswell)
#52 (from 50)
3,400 sold
Over 180,000 sold.

Theory of a Deadman, Wake Up Call (Atlantic)
#83 (from 46)
2,300 sold
A 39% drop.

Cannibal Corpse, Red Before Black (Metal Blade)
#105 (from 21)
1,925 sold
A second week 73% drop.

Hollywood Undead, Five (BMG)
#117 (from 81)
1,725 sold
A 31% drop.

Marilyn Manson, Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista)
#128 (from 131)
1,550 sold
An 8% drop.

Linkin Park, One More Light (Warner Bros.)
#142 (from 97)
1,450 sold
A 34% drop.

Trivium, The Sin And The Sentence (Roadrunner)
#147 (from 125)
1,425 sold
A drop of 19%.

Metallica, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct (Blackened)
#149 (from 45)
1,350 sold
Sales continue to swing this way and that with a 65% drop.

Queens Of The Stone Age, Villains (Matador Records)
#158 (from 172)
1,250 sold
A tiny drop of 3%.

Converge, The Dusk In Us (Epitaph/Deathwish)
#170 (from 16)
1,200 sold
A second week drop of 87%. It’s also #10 on Decibel’s top 40 albums of 2017.


Zao, Pyrrhic Victory (Observed/Observer)
#197 (first entry)
1,050 sold
This defies a second week drop and instead gets boosted by 77%.

Sons Of Apollo, Psychotic Symphony (InsideOut)
530 sold
A 27% drop.

King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard, Sketches of Brunswick East (ATO)
320 sold
A 10% boost.

Power Trip, Nightmare Logic (Southern Lord)
310 sold
A 25% drop. It’s #37 on Decibel’s top 40.

Appice, Sinister (Steamhammer)
270 sold
A 31% drop.

Bell Witch, Mirror Reaper (Profound Lore)
210 sold
A 45% drop.

Beast In Black, Berserker (Nuclear Blast)
210 sold
A 67% drop in week two.

Uncle Acid & The Deadbeats, Volume 1 (Reissue) (Rise Above)
200 sold
A 41% drop.
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Postby trebor » Thu Nov 23, 2017 10:14 am

It's interesting to note that Upchurch's "King Of Dixie" makes the Top Country Albums at #10 but is completely omitted on Country Album Sales !
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Nov 23, 2017 3:53 pm

Euro Digital Song Sales

TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
1 2 1 9 Havana - Camila Cabello Featuring Young Thug
2 1 2 10 Perfect - Ed Sheeran
3 3 6 4 Anywhere - Rita Ora
4 5 5 11 Too Good At Goodbyes - Sam Smith
5 4 3 11 Dusk Til Dawn - Zayn Featuring Sia
6 8 – 2 Walk On Water - Eminem Featuring Beyonce
7 6 7 7 Silence - Marshmello Featuring Khalid
8 10 8 9 Rockstar - Post Malone Featuring 21 Savage
9 11 15 3 Blinded By Your Grace, Pt. 2 - Stormzy Featuring MNEK
10 9 4 14 What About Us - P!nk
11 14 13 6 Feel It Still - Portugal. The Man
12 13 16 6 Katchi - Ofenbach Vs. Nick Waterhouse
13 7 14 7 What Lovers Do - Maroon 5 Featuring SZA
14 New 1 Chame La Culpa - Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato
15 17 19 4 Was Du Liebe Nennst - Bausa
16 12 10 13 Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO & Little Mix
17 New 1 Fields Of Gold (Official BBC Children In Need 2017) - Katie Melua
18 18 – 2 Man's Not Hot - Big Shaq
19 Re-Entry 3 Wolves - Selena Gomez X Marshmello
20 15 9 6 How Long - Charlie Puth
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Postby borderwolf » Thu Nov 23, 2017 5:35 pm

Carlos Vives Scores Ninth Top 10 on Latin Albums Chart
https://www.billboard.com/articles/colu ... bums-chart
11/23/2017 by Pamela Bustios

Plus, Shakira earns 18th No. 1 on Latin Pop Songs with “Perro Fiel."

Carlos Vives’ 10th studio album, Vives, debuts at No. 5 on the Top Latin Albums chart (dated Dec. 2) earning the singer his ninth top 10 chart entry. The set debuts with 3,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Nov. 16, according to Nielsen Music. Out of that sum, 1,000 were in traditional album sales.

The set earned a little more than 1,000 in streaming equivalent album units -- driven by the single “Robarte Un Beso” with Sebastian Yatra. The cut tallied nearly a million on-demand audio streams for the week. Concurrently, the track rises 17-15 on the Hot Latin Songs chart with Greatest Gainer/Digital honors (posting a 152 percent gain in song downloads, rising to 4,000 sold). The album's release on Nov. 10, via Sony Music Latin, preceded his live performance of "Robarte" on the Nov. 16th Latin Grammy Awards.

Vives last entered the Top Latin Albums chart in 2015 with the live set Más Corazón Profundo Tour: En Vivo which topped the list for one week.

Shakira Earns Latin Pop Songs Crown: Shakira’s “Perro Fiel,” featuring Nicky Jam, tops the Latin Pop Songs airplay chart (dated Dec. 2) as the track jumps 2-1 with a 2 percent rise in detections at the format in the week ending Nov. 19. The song earns the Colombian singer-songwriter her 18th No. 1 on the chart and her third in 2017 -- she previously topped the list for five consecutive weeks with “Me Enamoré," and seven weeks with "Chantaje," featuring Maluma. The latter track began its rule at No. 1 in Dec. 2016, spending a total of 10 weeks atop the chart. Shakira maintains her lead among women with the most No. 1s on the list. She is second overall, trailing only Enrique Iglesias, with 22.

Elsewhere on the Latin Pop Songs chart, Camila Cabello’s “Havana,” featuring Young Thug, makes its debut at No. 18. The bow grants Cabello her fourth entry on the list and is boosted by the track's recently released (mostly Spanish language) remix with Daddy Yankee. The track earned a 160 percent increase in spins at the Latin Pop format.

Jennifer Lopez Returns to Hot Latin Songs Top 10: Over on the Hot Latin Songs chart Jennifer Lopez scores her sixth top 10 as the single “Amor, Amor, Amor,” featuring Wisin, debuts at No. 10. The track's bow is mostly powered by streams (2.5 million, debuting at No. 23 on Latin Streaming Songs) and sales (9,000 downloads sold; a debuting at No. 3 on Latin Digital Song Sales).

The single's streams are encouraged by the song's music video, which bowed on Nov. 10. It has collected over 26 million global views on YouTube.
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Postby trebor » Thu Nov 23, 2017 8:03 pm

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