UK OCC Charts: 5th - 11th January 2018

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Postby Blondini » Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:50 pm

Official Singles Chart Top 100
05 January 2018 - 11 January 2018


The Official UK Top 40 chart is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl and audio streams. The Top 40 is broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and MTV, the full Top 100 is published exclusively on OfficialCharts.com.

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1 1 34* Ed Sheeran ft Beyoncé / Andrea Bocelli ~ Perfect
2 3 3 Eminem ft Ed Sheeran~ River
3 6 15 Big Shaq ~ Man's Not Hot
4 8 11 Rita Ora ~ Anywhere
5 12 22 Camila Cabello ft Young Thug ~ Havana ***
6 18 10 Clean Bandit ft Julia Michaels ~ I Miss You
7 23 17 MK ~ 17
8 30 5 Ramz ~ Barking
9 20 10 Selena Gomez and Marshmello ~ Wolves
10 25 11 NF ~ Let You Down
11 24 5 Rak-Su ft Wyclef Jean and Naughty Boy ~ Dimelo
12 27 16 Post Malone ft 21 Savage ~ Rockstar ***
13 37 26 Dua Lipa ~ New Rules ***
14 36 6 James Arthur ~ Naked
15 45 6 Craig David ft Bastille ~ I Know You
16 33 21 Marshmello ft Khalid ~ Silence ***
17 40 9 Dave ft MoStack ~ No Words
18 52 42 Clean Bandit ft Zara Larsson ~ Symphony
19 44 8 Jason Derulo ft French Montana ~ Tip Toe
20 35 13 Stormzy ft MNEK ~ Blinded By Your Grace, Pt. 2 ***
21 47 52 Ed Sheeran ~ Shape If You ***
22 46 9 Raye ft Mr Eazi ~ Decline
23 48 10 Not3s ~ My Lover
24 50 5 Jax Jones ft Ina Wroldsen ~ Breathe
25 42 10 Pink ~ Beautiful Trauma
26 58 38 Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft Justin Bieber ~ Despacito ***
27 43 17 Sam Smith ~ Too Good At Goodbyes ***
28 NE 1 Keala Settle and The Greatest Showman Ensemble ~ This Is Me
29 57 8 J Hus ~ Bouff Daddy
30 65 5 G-Eazy & Halsey ~ Him & I
31 55 21 Mabel ft Kojo Funds ~ Finders Keepers ***
32 51 20 CNCO and Little Mix ~ Reggaetón Lento ***
33 53 19 Khalid ~ Young Dumb & Broke ***
34 62 17 Zayn ft Sia ~ Dusk Till Dawn ***
35 89 23 Portugal. The Man ~ Feel It Still
36 56 13 Charlie Puth ~ How Long? ***
37 71 4 Camila Cabello ~ Never Be The Same
38 54 22 Pink ~ What About Us? ***
39 74 19 CamelPhat and Elderbrook ~ Cola ***
40 NE 1 Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron, Zendaya and The Greatest Showman Ensemble ~ The Greatest Show

41 81 38 French Montana ft Swae Lee ~ Unforgettable ***
42 59 9 Sam Smith ~ One Last Song
43 49 8 Eminem ft Beyoncé ~ Walk On Water
44 78 6 Steel Banglez ft Yungen, MoStack, Mr Eazi and Not3s ~ Bad
45 72 9 David Guetta and Afrojack ft Charli XCX and French Montana ~ Dirty Sexy Money
46 NE 1 Zac Efron and Zendaya ~ Rewrite The Stars
47 RE 48 Ed Sheeran ~ Castle On The Hill ***
48 85 21 Stefflon Don ft French Montana ~ Hurtin' Me ***
49 79 21 Avicii ft Rita Ora ~ Lonely Together ***
50 94 11 Hailee Steinfeld ft Alesso, Florida Georgia Line and Watt ~ Let Me Go
51 84 6 G-Eazy ft A$AP Rocky and Cardi B ~ No Limit
52 83 15 Post Malone ~ I Fall Apart ***
53 60 12 Lil Pump ~ Gucci Gang ***
54 NE 1 Cardi B ft 21 Savage ~ Bartier Cardi
55 NE 1 Dua Lipa ~ IDGAF

56 92 27 Yungen ft Yxng Bane ~ Bestie ***
57 88 48 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Human ***
58 RE 25 J Balvin and Willy William ft Beyoncé ~ Mi Gente ***
59 95 10 Migos ft Nicki Minaj and Cardi B ~ MotorSport
60 RE 17 Maroon 5 ft SZA ~ What Lovers Do ***
61 82 11 Taylor Swift ~ Gorgeous
62 RE 40 The Chainsmokers and Coldplay ~ Something Just Like This ***
63 RE 33 Julia Michaels ~ Issues ***
64 NE 1 Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexha ~ Home
65 RE 21 Logic ft Alessia Cara and Khalid ~ 1-800-273-8255 ***
66 RE 5 Little Mix ~ Is Your Love Enough?
67 RE 25 DJ Khaled ft Rihanna and Bryson Tiller ~ Wild Thoughts ***
68 RE 30 Little Mix ft Stormzy ~ Power ***
69 100 11 Liam Payne ~ Bedroom Floor ***
70 RE 36 Lil Uzi Vert ~ XO Tour Llif3 ***
71 RE 26 Sigala and Ella Eyre ~ Came Here For Love ***
72 RE 194 The Killers ~ Mr. Brightside ***
73 RE 30 Jonas Blue ft William Singe ~ Mama ***
74 RE 19 James Hype ft Kelli-Leigh ~ More Than Friends ***
75 RE 25 Calvin Harris ft Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean ~ Feels ***

76 RE 17 Cardi B ~ Bodak Yellow (Money Moves) ***
77 RE 8 N.E.R.D. ft Rihanna ~ Lemon
78 RE 32 Shawn Mendes ~ There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back ***
79 RE 13 Taylor Swift ~ Look What You Made Me Do ***
80 RE 5 Post Malone ~ Candy Paint
81 RE 23 Demi Lovato ~ Sorry Not Sorry ***
82 RE 28 Rita Ora ~ Your Song ***
83 NE 1 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Grace (We All Try)
84 NE 1 Eminem ft Alicia Keys ~ Like Home

85 RE 52 Ariana Grande ~ One Last Time ***
86 RE 27 Maggie Lindemann ~ Pretty Girl ***
87 RE 4 Fuse ODG ft Ed Sheeran and Mugeez ~ Boa Me
88 RE 31 Charlie Puth ~ Attention ***
89 NE 1 Tom Walker ~ Leave A Light On
90 RE 33 J Hus ~ Did You See? ***
91 RE 25 Liam Payne ft Quavo ~ Strip That Down ***
92 RE 35 Little Mix ~ Touch ***
93 NE 1 A$AP Ferg ~ Plain Jane
94 RE 32 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Skin ***
95 NE 1 SZA & Calvin Harris ~ The Weekend
96 RE 18 Chris Brown ~ Questions ***
97 RE 71 Justin Timberlake ~ Can't Stop The Feeling! ***
98 RE 16 Justin Bieber & BloodPop ~ Friends ***
99 RE 17 Earth, Wind & Fire ~ September ***
100 RE 22 Imagine Dragons ~ Thunder ***


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Official Albums Chart Top 100
05 January 2018 - 11 January 2018


The UK's Top 100 biggest artist albums of the week is compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on sales of CDs, downloads, vinyl and weighted audio streams.

http://www.officialcharts.com/charts/albums-chart/

1 1 44 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
2 2 9 Sam Smith ~ The Thrill Of It All
3 4 47 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Human
4 39 2 Motion Picture Cast - The Greatest Showman ~ The Greatest Showman
5 3 3 Eminem ~ Revival
6 6 10 Michael Ball and Alfie Boe ~ Together Again
7 5 12 Pink ~ Beautiful Trauma
8 13 8 Taylor Swift ~ Reputation
9 7 7 Paloma Faith ~ The Architect
10 12 8 Elton John ~ Diamonds
11 14 10 Gregory Porter ~ Nat "King" Cole & Me
12 9 59 Little Mix ~ Glory Days
13 11 6 Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds ~ Who Built The Moon?
14 10 9 Roy Orbison with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ A Love So Beautiful
15 23 5 Pete Tong with The Heritage Orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley ~ Ibiza Classics
16 19 6 André Rieu ~ Amore
17 16 13 Liam Gallagher ~ As You Were
18 15 50 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
19 18 6 Elbow ~ The Best Of
20 25 185 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
21 28 173 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
22 22 5 U2 ~ Songs Of Experience
23 26 7 Leading Ladies ~ Songs From The Stage
24 45 31 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
25 29 15 The Killers ~ Wonderful Wonderful
26 27 286 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
27 21 9 Sheridan Smith ~ Sheridan
28 31 45 Stormzy ~ Gang Signs & Prayer
29 43 8 Tears For Fears ~ Rule The World: The Greatest Hits
30 58 226 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
31 46 313 Oasis ~ (What's The Story) Morning Glory?
32 42 302 Ed Sheeran ~ +
33 56 52 Post Malone ~ Stoney
34 32 11 Niall Horan ~ Flicker
35 48 818 Abba ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
36 24 7 Tokio Myers ~ Our Generation
37 47 8 Kidz Bop Kids (UK) ~ Kidz Bop 2018
38 33 10 Stereophonics ~ Scream Above The Sounds
39 20 72 George Michael ~ Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1
40 55 318 Fleetwood Mac ~ The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac

41 35 59 David Bowie ~ Legacy
42 37 713 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
43 51 295 Amy Winehouse ~ Back To Black
44 41 806 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
45 53 16 Foo Fighters ~ Concrete and Gold
46 57 57 Motion Picture Cast - Moana ~ Moana
47 75 34 J Hus ~ Common Sense
48 36 8 Cliff Richard ~ Stronger Thru The Years
49 44 806 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
50 80 260 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
51 100 48 Bruno Mars ~ 24K Magic
52 65 7 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits... God's Favorite Band
53 50 174 ELO ~ All Over The World: The Very Best Of ELO
54 95 41 Drake ~ More Life
55 61 9 Bryan Adams ~ Ultimate
56 66 18 The Script ~ Freedom Child
57 73 29 Royal Blood ~ How Did We Get So Dark?
58 68 38 Kendrick Lamar ~ Damn
59 34 2 Huncho Jack (Travis Scott & Quavo) ~ Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho
60 54 7 Phil Collins ~ Take A Look At Me Now... The Complete Studio Collection (box set)
61 77 225 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
62 62 66 U2 ~ U218 Singles
63 85 326 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
64 38 8 Bradley Walsh ~ When You're Smiling
65 87 8 The Corrs ~ Jupiter Calling
66 92 102 Adele ~ 25
67 59 36 Michael Ball and Alfie Boe ~ Together
68 83 28 Imagine Dragons ~ Evolve
69 84 28 Kasabian ~ For Crying Out Loud
70 RE 6 Jools Holland & José Feliciano with The Rhythm & Blues Orchestra ~ As You See Me Now
71 76 30 London Grammar ~ Truth Is A Beautiful Thing
72 71 25 Prince ~ 4Ever
73 81 20 Original Broadway Cast - Hamilton ~ Hamilton
74 RE 8 Chris Brown ~ Heartbreak On A Full Moon
75 RE 62 Motion Picture Cast - Trolls ~ Trolls

76 74 251 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
77 86 133 Pink ~ Greatest Hits… So Far!!!
78 RE 4 Jessie Ware ~ Glasshouse
79 RE 18 Lorde ~ Melodrama
80 60 8 Seal ~ Standards
81 72 89 Little Mix ~ Get Weird
82 67 7 Madness ~ Full House: The Very Best Of Madness
83 79 34 Harry Styles ~ Harry Styles
84 RE 9 Demi Lovato ~ Tell Me You Love Me
85 88 72**(187) The Stone Roses ~ The Stone Roses
86 96 221 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
87 RE 127 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
88 RE 34 Phil Collins ~ The Singles
89 78 5 The Rolling Stones ~ On Air
90 70 518 Pink Floyd ~ The Dark Side Of The Moon
91 RE 36 Zara Larsson ~ So Good
92 RE 118 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
93 RE 13 Khalid ~ American Teen
94 RE 79 Ariana Grande ~ Dangerous Woman
95 17 11 Elvis Presley and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ Christmas with Elvis and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
96 40 7 Jeff Lynne's ELO ~ Wembley Or Bust
97 RE 288 Guns N' Roses ~ Greatest Hits
98 RE 184 Bon Jovi ~ Greatest Hits
99 98 163 Queen ~ Greatest Hits II
100 RE 106 Justin Bieber ~ Purpose


152 8 Michael Buble - Christmas

Text source: BuzzJack (edited and refined by your host)

Source: OCC / Radio 1

*Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
**Complete total of all entries in brackets.
***ACR affected tracks.
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Postby Robbie » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:04 pm

Charts analysis: Ed Sheeran's Perfect start to 2018 on singles chart

by Alan Jones

With 34 songs dropping out of the Top 75 this week – all but two of them Christmas-related – the singles chart is extremely volatile... but not at the top, where Ed Sheeran's Perfect spends its fifth week at No.1.

Combining paid-for sales (20,362) and sales-equivalent streams (36,673) of Sheeran's original album version and duet versions with Beyoncé and Andrea Bocelli, Perfect had a combined tally of 57,035 sales in the week, the smallest of its reign.

Perfect may be nearing the end of its run – but if it is, Sheeran is in the hunt to replace himself at the summit for the first time in his career, with a little help from Eminem, as the latter's River, on which Sheeran is guest vocalist, rebounds 3-2 (40,350 sales).

The departure not just from the Top 10 but from the entire singles chart of festive favourites Last Christmas by Wham!, All I Want For Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey, Fairytale Of New York by The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl, Do They Know It's Christmas? by Band Aid, Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee and Merry Christmas Everyone by Shakin' Stevens – at No.2, No.4, No.5, No.7, No.9 and No.10 a week ago, respectively – creates space for five other songs to resume their Top 10 residencies, and one to make its maiden appearance.

The newcomer is Ramon Rochester aka Ramz with Barking – in which he namechecks the Essex town of that name and complains about the price of Nike – which was overwhelmed by the tide of Christmas tunes last week, when it slid 17-30 despite securing the highest weekly sale of its career. Its sales reach another new high this week, although they increase just 7.47% to 29,684 as its soars to No.8.

Back in the Top 10 and climbing to a new peak is MK's 17 (23-7, 21,852 sales) – which previously peaked at No.10. Camila Cabello's five-week topper Havana bounces 12-5 (24,767 sales), while Clean Bandit's I Miss You (feat. Julia Michaels) surges 18-6 (22,817 sales). Selena Gomez x Marshmello's Wolves charges 20-9 (20,324 sales) and NF's Let You Down recovers 25-10 (19,688 sales) – all equalling their previous peaks.

Completing the Top 10, Big Shaq's Man's Not Hot climbs 6-3 (32,257 sales) to reach a new peak on its eighth week in the Top 10, while Rita Ora's Anywhere bounces 6-4 (32,234 sales) after being reduced to 59p on iTunes.

Alongside 27 re-entries, there are seven new entries to the Top 75, of which three are tracks from the soundtrack to the film The Greatest Showman, which itself jumps 39-4 on the album chart. They are This Is Me (No.28, 9,931 sales) by Keala Settle & The Showman Ensemble, The Greatest Show (No.40, 81,64 sales) by Hugh Jackman, Keala Settle, Zac Efron & Zendaya and Rewrite The Stars (No.46, 7,358 sales) by Zac Efron & Zendaya. Four more songs from the set – most notably Never Enough, which would have been the debut hit for Loren Allred - are denied Top 75 spots, as the three track limit is here applied to the album as a whole, regardless of who the primary artist is.

Cardi B apparently matches the record set by The Beatles and equalled by Ashanti by charting her first three hits simultaneously in the Top 10 in America this week, and has two new and one re-entry to the Top 75 here. Charting for the first time are No Limit (84-51, 6,808 sales) by G-Eazy feat. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B and Bartier Cardi (No.54, 6,312 sales) by Cardi B feat. 21 Savage, while Motor Sport – a No.49 single in November that credits Migos, Nicki Minaj & Cardi B – jumps 95-59 (5,288 sales). Cardi B's biggest US hit – with three weeks at No.1 - was her debut hit Bodak Yellow, which peaked at No.24 here last September and couldn't have come closer to re-entering the Top 75 this week, with 4,200 sales – the same as the No.75 title – seeing it rank No.76.

After seven weeks out of the Top 20, Dua Lipa's former No.1 smash New Rules bounces 37-13 (16,715 sales), and she has a new hit with IDGAF (No.55, 5,732 sales).

Also new to the Top 75 is Home (No.64, 4,721 sales), a collaboration between Machine Gun Kelly, X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha. No song called Home made the singles chart in the first half of its 65-year existence – but 19 have since.

Falling out of the Top 75 after a 20 week tenure last week, Feel It Still by Portugal. The Man surges back, and secures its highest chart position yet, moving 89-35 (8,817 sales).

Radio stations recapping the year's biggest hits, 2017 retrospective playlists and TV appearances combined with the disappearance of Christmas-related songs from the chart see many old favourites making resurgences this week while the following tracks secure their highest chart placings to date: I Know You (45-15, 14,295 sales) by Craig David feat. Bastille, No Words (40-17, 13,986 sales) by Dave feat. MoStack, Tip Toe (44-19, 13,464 sales) by Jason Derulo feat. French Montana, Decline (46-22, 12,299 sales) by Raye feat. Mr. Eazi, My Lover (48-23, 12,170 sales) by Not3s, Breathe (50-24, 12,108 sales) by Jax Jones feat. Ina Wroldson, Beautiful Trauma (42-25, 11,093 sales) by Pink, Bouff Daddy (57-29, 9,745 sales) by J Hus, Him & I (65-30, 9,419 sales) by G-Eazy & Halsey, Never Be The Same (71-37, 8,516 sales) by Camila Cabello and Bad (78-44, 7,577 sales) by Steel Banglez, Yungen, MoStack, Mr. Eazi & Not3s.

Overall singles sales are down 9.89% week-on-week to 14,259,275, 41.45% above same week 2017 sales of 10,080,447. Streams accounted for 13,112,962 sales, 91.96% of the total. Paid-for sales are down 17.23% week-on-week at 1,146,313, and are 27.40% below same week 2017 sales of 1,578,964. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 231st week in a row.

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Postby Robbie » Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:05 pm

Charts analysis: Ed Sheeran's ÷ secures 20th week at albums summit

by Alan Jones

New year, same old number ones: Ed Sheeran remains in control of both the singles and albums chart this week, with Perfect spending its fifth consecutive week atop the singles chart and ÷ continuing atop the album chart, ending a run of 18 straight weeks in which leadership of the latter list has changed hands. Aside from ÷ , you have to go all the way back to last February and Rag'N'Bone Man's Human to find an album that has managed to remain at No.1 for more than a week at a time.

Although it is only ÷'s second week at the summit in its current run, it is the 20th week in total that the album - which sold 32,034 copies last week, including 8,310 from sales-equivalent streams - has spent at No.1 since its release 34 weeks ago. The continued superiority of ÷ raises to 36 the number of weeks that Sheeran has spent atop the album chart, all of them since September 2011. That puts him level with Adele, who has spent 36 weeks at No.1 – also since 2011 – atop not just the list of artists with most weeks at No.1 in the 2010s but in the 21st century as a whole.

Despite its clear superiority, ÷'s sales last week were the lowest for a No.1 since Shania Twain's Now topped the chart 13 weeks ago on sales of 20,097 copies.

Completing a clean sweep of the top three for British male singer/songwriters, Sam Smith's The Thrill Of It All holds at No.2 – a position it has held for six of its 10 weeks on release – on sales of 22,431 copies, while Rag'N'Bone Man's Human improves 4-3 (21,060 sales).

While Barnum movie The Greatest Showman opens at No.3 on the UK box office chart, the Motion Picture Cast Recording (soundtrack) album sprints 38-4 (17,065 sales), and spins off a trio of Top 75 entries, details of which can be found in our singles analysis. Although there is controversy about whether such albums belong in the artist or compilation chart, four Motion Picture Cast Recording albums made the Top 10 in 2017 – all in the first third of the year. They are – in chronological order of their peaks – La La Land, Trolls, Beauty And The Beast and Moana, which reached No.1, No.4, No.8 and No.7, respectively.

Taylor Swift's Reputation (13-8, 11,013 sales) and Elton John's Diamonds (12-10, 10,441 sales) both return to the Top 10 after a six-week break despite recording their lowest weekly sales to date.

The rest of the top tier: Revival (3-5, 16,603 sales) by Eminem, Together Again (6-6, 14,355 sales) by Michael Ball & Alfie Boe, Beautiful Trauma (5-7, 12,156 sales) by Pink and The Architect (7-9, 10,640 sales) by Paloma Faith.

Falling out of the Top 10 are Glory Days (9-12, 9,794 sales) by Little Mix, A Love So Beautiful (10-14, 8,828 sales) by Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Christmas which, unsurprisingly, dives 8-152 (1,004 sales) for Michael Buble. It has made a habit of making dramatic exits from the Top 75 every year since release, tumbling 15-94 in 2012, 4-115 in 2013, 8-170 in 2014, 10-160 in 2015, 22-339 (sic) in 2016 and 9-174 in 2017. Christmas albums by Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Tom Chaplin, Sia, Daniel O'Donnell and the erroneously-charted Nat & Dean At Christmas by Nat 'King' Cole & Dean Martin – it's a compilation – also beat a hasty retreat, falling out of the Top 75.

Ranked 42nd overall with sales of 135,550 copies, Dua Lipa's eponymous album was the biggest-selling debut album by a female artist in 2017 (Sheridan Smith's Sheridan, in 58th place with 112,241 sales was its nearest rival). Opening its 2018 campaign, the Dua Lipa set sprints 45-24 (4,794 sales) to secure its highest chart position for 10 weeks, as IDGAF becomes the fifth track from the set to make the Top 75.

Official tabulations from the OCC will show that Now That's What I Call Music! 98 was the second biggest-selling compilation of 2017 with 595,547 sales in the survey period placing it second to its immediate predecessor, Now! 97's 601,906 sales. In reality, it WAS the year's biggest seller, as it sold a further 13,049 copies in the period 29-31 December, which are, for chart purposes, part of week 1 of 2018. In the week as a whole, the album sold 21,486 copies to secure its seventh straight week at No.1. Its to-date sales are 617,033.

Overall album sales are down 35.21% week-on-week at 1,898,072, 3.94% above same week 2017 sales of 1,826,041. Streaming accounted for 834,168 sales – a record 43.95% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are down 46.85% week-on-week at 1,063,904, 18.16% below same week 2017 sales of 1,299,998.

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Postby Blondini » Sat Jan 06, 2018 7:48 pm

All updated.

Not a single faller in the singles top 100.
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Postby Robbie » Sat Jan 06, 2018 8:05 pm

Blondini wrote:All updated.

Not a single faller in the singles top 100.
And only one record remaining static meaning the other 99 singles are either climbers, new entries or re-entries. It's an utterly bizarre chart.
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Postby brian05 » Sun Jan 07, 2018 10:25 pm

Video music sales must be very low if Andrew Rieu can have 20 videos in the top 50 chart and teenager/American dancer, singer, actress, and YouTube personality JoJo Siwa can make it to no. 1.
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