US Billboard Charts (13/01/2018)

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Postby thebigham » Fri Jan 12, 2018 7:33 pm

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Bruno Mars & Cardi B's 'Finesse' Headed for Hot 100's Top Five, Justin Timberlake's 'Filthy' Aiming for Top 15 Debut
1/12/2018 by Gary Trust

Cardi B could chart four concurrent Hot 100 top 10s, a first for a female artist.

Bruno Mars and Cardi B's "Finesse" appears headed for the top five on next week's Billboard Hot 100 chart (dated Jan. 20). Plus, Justin Timberlake's new single "Filthy" should debut in the Hot 100's top 15, and possibly in the top 10.

Above both songs, the Hot 100's current leader, Ed Sheeran and Beyoncé's "Perfect," which logs a fifth frame at No. 1 on this week's chart (dated Jan. 13), looks likely to remain on top.

Let's run some projections. Highlights of next week's Hot 100, which blends streaming, airplay and sales data, according to Nielsen Music, will post on Billboard.com Tuesday (Jan. 16), with all charts posting the following day (Jan. 17; a day later than usual, given the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday Monday).

As previously reported, "Finesse" launches as the Hot 100's highest new entry on the Jan. 13-dated Hot 100, at No. 35, on the strength of one day of streaming and sales tracking (and three days of airplay), after its remix with Cardi B was released Jan. 4; the song was first released as a solo song by Mars on his 2016 album, 24K Magic.

Based on preliminary data projecting the tracking period feeding next week's Hot 100, "Finesse" could draw over 30 million U.S. streams and 40 million in radio audience, and sell more than 75,000 downloads. Such sums should send the song soaring from No. 35 to the top five.

Timberlake's "Filthy," released Jan. 5 -- thus setting up a first full week of streaming and sales tracking for the Jan. 20-dated Hot 100 -- could launch with over 10 million U.S. streams, 30 million in airplay audience and 70,000 sold. Based on those projections, the song should launch on the Hot 100 in the top 15, perhaps in the top 10.

Meanwhile, Sheeran and Beyoncé's "Perfect" should retain its No. 1 Hot 100 rank, with over 30 million streams, 140 million in radio listenership and 80,000 sold.

With all numbers finalized, Mars should land his 15th Hot 100 top 10, and the third from 24K Magic, following the No. 4-peaking title cut and the No. 1 "That's What I Like."

Cardi B would notch her fourth Hot 100 top 10 and, if her three hits currently in the top 10 can all manage another week in the region (joining "Finesse"), she'd become the first female artist ever to chart four simultaneous Hot 100 top 10s. On the Jan. 13-dated Hot 100, she ranks at No. 5 as featured (with A$AP Rocky) on G-Eazy's "No Limit"; at No. 8 with Migos and Nicki Minaj on "MotorSport"; and at No. 10 with her own former No. 1 "Bodak Yellow (Money Moves)."

Among all acts, only The Beatles, 50 Cent and T-Pain have earned at least four concurrent Hot 100 top 10s, with The Beatles charting a record five for two weeks, including the entire top five on April 4, 1964.

Timberlake will tally his first Hot 100 hit since "Can't Stop the Feeling!," which vaulted in at No. 1 on May 28, 2016, becoming his fifth solo No. 1. (He also led as a member of *NSYNC on the boy band's 2000 No. 1 "Bye Bye Bye.")

Check back Tuesday, Jan. 16, to find out where "Perfect," "Finesse" and "Filthy" place, and for highlights of the Hot 100's top 10 and more.
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Postby AutomaticBR » Sat Jan 13, 2018 2:21 am

BrainDamageII wrote: The Billboard Hot 100

TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist Imprint | label

92 New 1 Corazon  - Maluma X Nego do Borel  - Sony Music Latin 
 
Wow, how cool for Nego do Borel!

I wonder who was the last Brazilian artist that entered the Hot 100 before him?
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Postby thebigham » Sat Jan 13, 2018 6:20 pm

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Billboard 200 Chart Moves: Ed Sheeran's 'Divide' Spends 40th Week in Top 10
By Keith Caulfield | January 13, 2018

-- Ed Sheeran, ÷ (Divide) – No. 2: Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (Divide) hangs out for a 40th nonconsecutive week in the top 10 (67,000 units; down 27 percent). The set opened at No. 1 on the list dated March 25, 2017 and has been inside the top 10 in all but four of its 44 charting weeks. (And when the album did leave the top 10, it still stayed within the top 20.) Sheeran has previously logged as many weeks in the top 10, with his second album x (Multiply), which tallied 44 weeks in the region.

-- Khalid, American Teen – No. 10: After a three-month absence from the top 10, Khalid’s American Teen rebounds to the upper level of the chart, climbing 15-10 with 31,000 units (down 13 percent).

American Teen rises up the list, even with a decline in units, because the chart is adjusting back to normal business following the busy holiday season. Further, the chart also cleanses itself of many Christmas albums, which occupy a bevy of slots on the chart during the season. So, with holiday music basically gone from the chart, albums can re-establish their footing on the list, even with a decline in units. Only four albums in the top 20 post an increase in units on the latest chart: The Greatest Showman at No. 1, Demi Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me at No. 13 (26,000 units; up 11 percent), Bruno Mars’ 24K Magic at No. 15 (21,000 units; up less than 1 percent) and Drake’s More Life at No. 17 (18,000 units; up 7 percent).

-- Bruno Mars, 24K Magic – No. 15: Thanks to the success of the album’s latest single, “Finesse,” the set climbs 31-15 (21,000 units; up less than 1 percent) -- its highest rank since it placed at No. 19 on the Sept. 9, 2017-dated list. It’s expected that 24K Magic will return to the top 10 on the Jan. 20, 2018-dated list.

-- Portugal. The Man, Woodstock – No. 39: Portugal. The Man’s Woodstock is back in the top 40 (rising 117-39) for the first time since October, with the chart’s greatest percentage increase (up 34 percent). The album profits from year-end promotions featuring the set’s multi-format hit “Feel It Still.” The set was last in the top 40 on the Oct. 28, 2017-dated list, when it ranked at No. 37.

-- Shania Twain, Now – No. 99: The diva’s former No. 1 returns to the list, re-entering at No. 99 with nearly 7,000 units (up 120 percent), mostly driven by traditional album sales (7,000; up 129 percent). The album gains thanks to sales generated by a concert/ticket album bundle redemption promotion. Now debuted at No. 1 on the Oct. 21, 2017-dated chart, but then made a quick exist off the list, moving to No. 29 in its second week, and then moving 62-74-126-152 and then off the list. It has been absent from the tally since departing the chart following the Nov. 25-dated list.
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Postby Miguelito » Sat Jan 13, 2018 9:51 pm

Billboard 200/Catalog Albums Chart Update – January 13, 2018

KICKING OFF 2018
Apologies for a late report this week, but there has been a lot to track in the first three weeks of this year – unusually dated January 3, 6 and 13 by Billboard as they adjust their chart dating to be closer to the actual metrics period… Pentatonix’ A Pentatonix Christmas spent the first two weeks of 2018 atop both the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts, and in the top 10 of the Billboard 200, collecting its eighth week at #1 on Catalog Sales and seventh on Catalog. As usual, Christmas sales end abruptly in the first chart week not including Christmas (or some days immediately following), and on the January 13 chart A Pentatonix Christmas plummets to #200 BB200 and #16 Catalog Sales, missing the Catalog chart. It’s the only Christmas album in Catalog status still on any chart… Fittingly, the longest-running #1s on the Catalog and Catalog Sales charts both return to #1 for another week, as Ed Sheeran’s x tops the Catalog chart (it’s only #13 on Catalog Sales) and Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 tops the Catalog Sales chart (it’s only #43 Catalog and #157 BB200). It’s the seventh #1 week overall for “x”, after 6 in 2017, and the 14th #1 week overall on Catalog Sales for the Guardians package, the other 13 being in 2017… Forty-six albums return to the BB200 on Jan 13 as virtually all of the Christmas albums fall off. Only 21 of the re-entries are in Catalog status, but they partially offset 32 Catalog dropouts, of which 27 were Christmas albums.

MIG’S MILESTONES
Jan 3: Journey’s Greatest Hits has reached 600 weeks in the top 200 as a Catalog status album, second only to the 635 weeks for Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend... Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon reaches 1200 weeks on the Catalog chart. It also trails only Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend, which has 1288 weeks… Rihanna’s ANTI reaches 100 weeks on the BB200 overall, all spent consecutively since its debut in the summer of 2016… Drake’s If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late leaves the BB200 after 149 consecutive weeks since its 2015 debut, the last 71 of which were spent in Catalog status. Another Drake album, Nothing Was The Same, also leaves the chart after a 51-week run, leaving Drake with only one Catalog album on the chart (Take Care). This ends a run of 143 consecutive weeks during which Drake had at least two Catalog albums on the Catalog, Catalog Sales or BB200 charts… Bruno Mars’ Doo-Wops & Hooligans leaves the BB200 after 62 consecutive weeks… A third album that charted for all of 2017, Justin Bieber’s Purpose, leaves the BB200. The album had been on the BB200 for 109 consecutive weeks since late 2015, the last 31 in Catalog status.
Jan 6: Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend reaches 1250 total weeks in the top 200 sellers, if weeks in the Catalog top 10 between 1991 and 2003 are assumed to be top-200 weeks. The album has 501 such weeks where the exact position in the top sellers is not known, but presumed to at least be in the top 200… Creedence Clearwater Revival’s Chronicle reaches 52 weeks straight on the Billboard 200, its longest run there ever.
Jan 13: Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend reaches 750 weeks in the top 200 album sellers, including Comprehensive chart weeks (2003-2009)… Journey’s Greatest Hits would have 900 weeks in the top 200 sellers if weeks in the catalog top 10 from 1991-2003 were included in the count. The album has 206 such weeks… Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city reaches 100 weeks on the Catalog Sales chart. It’s now at 125 weeks on the Catalog chart, a 25-week difference built up since February of last year when the Catalog chart began to take into account equivalent sales.

NEW ON THE CHARTS
Jan 3: Brenda Lee’s Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree: The Decca Christmas Recordings debuts on the BB200 at #198. This 1999 album doesn’t appear on the two Catalog charts, but gets its first-ever BB200 week in Catalog status and becomes the first new catalog entry of 2018. A second Christmas collection by Lee, Jingle Bell Rock (1993), was on the chart the last two weeks.
Jan 6: This week’s BB200 features two more first-time-ever Christmas albums in Catalog status. Gene Autry’s Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer And Other Christmas Classics (2003) enters at #157, and Perry Como’s A Perry Como Christmas (1968) comes in at #196… It’s the first ever BB200 album for the late Mr. Autry (d. 1998), who would be 110 if he were still with us. I’m guessing this is a record for years after date of birth for an artist’s BB200 debut… Como’s album would certainly have charted in 1968 if Christmas albums were not left off the main tally at that time. As it is, it is the second Christmas debut of 2017-18 for “Mr. C”, who died in 2001. The Classic Christmas Album (2014) spent a week on the chart, also at #196, in December… Also appearing on the BB200 for the first time while the album was in catalog status is Beyonce’s Lemonade (#159), a #1 album released in early 2016. The album collects its seventh week on the Catalog Sales chart, but still is not in the Catalog chart top 50.
Jan 13: Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman (#34), Lil Uzi Vert’s Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World (#38), and Sia’s This Is Acting (#45) are the first three debuts on the Catalog chart for 2018. All three also return to the BB200, where only Mr. Symere Woods’ (aka Mr. Vert’s) album is a first time Catalog entry. It’s also his first Catalog chart entry, and the second for both Grande and Sia… Playlist: The Very Best Of Creedence Clearwater Revisited (#48) is the first debut on the Catalog Sales chart for 2018. This is an offshoot of the original CCR without John Fogerty. They previously spent 38 weeks on the Catalog chart over five years (2011-15) and reached #14 with Extended Versions. The parent group’s Chronicle is a Catalog chart regular.

WANDERING STARS – Reserved for long-absent albums returning to the charts:
The only album in the three-week coverage period to return to any of the charts after having not charted in 2017 was Led Zeppelin’s Mothership, which cracked the Catalog Sales chart on Jan 6 at #45, making its first appearance there since August 15, 2015… Also, Bing Crosby’s White Christmas returned to the Catalog chart on Jan 6 after a 51-week absence.

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:
Jan 3: On the Catalog chart: The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band surges 39 spots to #10, and is this week’s only top 10 entry, replacing Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve. It’s the 33rd top 10 week for Sgt. Pepper, including 7 in 2017… Bryson Tiller’s T R A P S O U L leaves the Catalog chart after a 43-week run starting with the album’s transition to Catalog status.
On the Catalog Sales chart: Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve reaches the top 10 for the first time at #10, after having reached the Catalog chart’s top 10 for two weeks in December… Also returning to the top 10 for a 44th week overall, including 18 weeks in 2017, is The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Jan 6: On the Catalog chart: Two Bing Crosby albums crack the top 10 in the last big Christmas week of 2017-18, as White Christmas (#8) returns for its 8th top 10 week overall, and Christmas Classics (#10) collects its first top 10 week ever. It’s the first chart appearance this season for White Christmas, which reaches the top 10 for the first time since the 2004-05 Christmas season, and hasn’t been this high on the chart since December 20, 2003 when it was also #8. It reached its peak position of #3 the week before that… Elvis Presley’s It’s Christmas Time leaves the top 10 after a four-week run, and The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band drops to #19 a week after climbing 39 spots to #10.
On the Catalog Sales chart: There was only one change in the top 10 as Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend re-enters for its 818th top 10 week overall. Trans-Siberian Orchestra’s The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve bows out of the top 10 (dropping 10-31) after breaking in last week.
Jan 13: On the Catalog chart: There was almost a complete Top 10 clearout, as nine albums fall off the chart from within the top 10, all Christmas titles. Returning to the top 10, all for the first time in 2018, are (with overall top 10 weeks): Ed Sheeran’s x (43), Imagine Dragons’ Night Visions (35), Eminem’s Curtain Call: The Hits (50), Drake’s Take Care (40), Sam Smith’s In The Lonely Hour (13), Kendrick Lamar’s good kid, m.A.A.d city (48), Taylor Swift’s 1989 (24), Rihanna’s ANTI (first week in the top 10), and J. Cole’s 2014 Forest Hills Drive (15)… Most of these albums have been on the chart for considerable time, with seven of the nine re-entries on the chart for 20 straight weeks or more, and five for 46 weeks or more… Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits has been in the top 10 for the last four weeks (81 top 10 weeks overall) and is the only album with an active run of more than one week.
On the Catalog Sales chart: Six albums reach the top 10 for the first time in 2018, replacing six Christmas albums – five of which drop off the chart, with A Pentatonix Christmas dropping from #1 to #18… The five re-entries, with overall top 10 weeks, are: Metallica’s Metallica (380), Imagine Dragons’ Night Visions (29), Metallica’s Master Of Puppets (61), Pink Floyd’s The Dark Side Of The Moon (475), and Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band’s Icon: Greatest Hits (386)… Reaching the top 10 for the first time is Beyonce’s Lemonade (#7)... Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 and Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ Greatest Hits have the longest top 10 runs at 4 weeks each. Also with runs are The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (3 weeks) and Bob Marley & The Wailers’ Legend (2 weeks).

TOP CATALOG ALBUMS WITH NO TOP 10 WEEKS IN 2018 / 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 2018, overall peak position, 2018 peak position, current position. If the top album with no 2018 top 10 weeks is the same as the album with no top 10 weeks overall, only one is shown:
Jan 3: Catalog: Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 (62/18/1/#1/#11/#11)
Bing Crosby, The Best Of Bing Crosby: 20CMTCC (30/0/1/#12/#17/#17)
Catalog Sales: Celine Dion, These Are Special Times (136/46/1/#1/#11/#11)
Elvis Presley, The Classic Christmas Album (28/0/1/#12/#18/#18)
Jan 6: Catalog: Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits (262/49/2/#1/#12/#12)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (23/0/2/#15/#20/#20)
Catalog Sales: Ed Sheeran, x (69/9/2/#1/#11/#11)
Beyonce, Lemonade (7/0/2/#19/#19/#19)
Jan 13: Catalog: Queen, Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection (38/15/3/#4/#11/#11)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (24/0/3/#12/#12/#12)
Catalog Sales: Amy Winehouse, Back To Black (137/22/2/#1/#11/#11)
Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor (12/0/3/#12/#12/#12)

UPCOMING CATALOG REPORT
Albums more than 78 weeks separated from their chart debut on the charts of the last three weeks that were on the Billboard 200 but not in Catalog status:
1. Chris Stapleton, Traveller (chart debut: May 23, 2015). Chart weeks: 121. At #36 this week, it reaches its 100th week in the top 40!
2. Twenty One Pilots, Blurryface (chart debut: June 6, 2015). Chart weeks: 138.
3. Hamilton: An American Musical (cast recording) (chart debut: October 17, 2015). Chart weeks: 119. It's at 108 weeks now in the top 40 (#24 this week).
4. Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood (chart debut: November 21, 2015). Returns to the chart this week. Chart weeks: 104.
5. The Lumineers, Cleopatra (chart debut: April 30, 2016). Chart weeks: 91.
6. Drake, Views (chart debut: May 21, 2016). Chart weeks: 88.
7. Keith Urban, Ripcord (chart debut: May 28, 2016). Chart weeks: 87.
8. Jon Pardi, California Sunrise (chart debut: July 9, 2016). Chart weeks: 79.

CHART MULTIPLES UPDATE
Nine artists had multiple Catalog albums on the charts (Billboard 200 and Catalog Album Sales) on January 3, 10 on January 6, and 15 on January 13:
(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))
Metallica (55): Metallica 3/25/130 (13/38/122), Master Of Puppets 6/-/- (14/66/173), Ride The Lightning 30/-/- (re-entry)
The Beatles (6): Abbey Road 22/32/140 (15/33/112), "1" -/37/149 (44/50/142), Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band 5/41/155 (7/19/89)
Adele (5): "25" 43/19/107 (27/32/111), "21" 44/42/156 (38/48/140)
Ed Sheeran (4): "x" 13/1/47 (11/13/59), "+" -/27/134 (-/58/155)
Michael Jackson (3): Thriller 16/21/117 (12/28/107), Bad 19/-/- (re-entry)
Drake (1): Take Care -/5/66 (-/29/108), Nothing Was The Same -/24/128 (re-entry), If You're Reading This It's Too Late -/33/144 (re-entry)
Imagine Dragons (1): Night Visions 4/2/53 (17/14/72), Smoke + Mirrors -/47/171 (re-entry)
Eminem (1): Curtain Call: The Hits 32/3/55 (30/12/57), Recovery -/62/193 (re-entry)
Tom Petty (1): Greatest Hits (w/The Heartbreakers) 2/4/64 (4/9/46), Wildflowers 38/-/- (re-entry)
Fleetwood Mac (1): Rumours 24/22/118 (29/37/121), Greatest Hits 40/-/- (re-entry)
Bruno Mars (1): Doo-Wops & Hooligans -/30/136 (-/63/166), Unorthodox Jukebox -/55/186 (re-entry)
Guns 'N Roses (1): Greatest Hits 46/35/147 (49/45/135), Appetite For Destruction 49/-/- (re-entry)
Pink Floyd (1): The Dark Side Of The Moon 9/49/179 (18/56/152), The Wall 37/-/- (re-entry)
Beyonce (1): Lemonade 7/51/181 (19/60/159), Beyonce -/58/189 (re-entry)
Led Zeppelin (1): Mothership -/52/182 (45/36/119), Led Zeppelin IV 36/-/- (re-entry)
More than 2 albums: Pentatonix (3 on Jan 3, 6); The Beatles (3 on Jan 3, 6, 13); Elvis Presley (3 on Jan 3); Drake (3 on Jan 13); Metallica (3 on Jan 13)
Dropping out: Drake (Jan 3 after 143 weeks, returned on Jan 13); Trans-Siberian Orchestra (Jan 3 after 4 weeks); Justin Bieber (Jan 3 after 3 weeks, returned on Jan 6, dropped out Jan 13 after 1 week); Elvis Presley (Jan 13 after 10 weeks); Pentatonix (Jan 13 after 8 weeks); Garth Brooks (Jan 13 after 8 weeks); Bing Crosby (Jan 13 after 5 weeks)

Number of Weeks with Multiple Catalog Albums on Catalog (Sales) or BB200 Chart, 2018:
3: Adele, The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Metallica, Ed Sheeran
2: Garth Brooks, Bing Crosby, Pentatonix, Elvis Presley
1: Beyonce, Justin Bieber, Drake, Eminem, Fleetwood Mac, Guns 'N Roses, Imagine Dragons, Led Zeppelin, Bruno Mars, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd

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]

    47 59 68 (1 13 12) (13 11 20) x, Ed Sheeran [91, 185, #21] (94, #1, 2014) (Wks: 75/43)
    53 72 124 (2 14 35) (4 17 -) Night Visions, Imagine Dragons [162, 275, #20] (113, #2, 2012) (Wks: 106/35)
    55 57 78 (3 12 14) (32 30 -) Curtain Call: The Hits, Eminem [314, 372, #38] (69, #1, 2005) (Wks: 263/50)
    64 46 54 (4 9 9) (2 4 8) Greatest Hits, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers [208, 208, #2] (154, #5, 1993) (Wks: 647/81)
    66 108 105 (5 29 24) (- - -) Take Care, Drake [183, 253, #47] (70, #1, 2011) (Wks: 95/40)
    70 84 91 (6 17 19) (45 - -) In The Lonely Hour, Sam Smith [99, 186, #37] (87, #2, 2014) (Wks: 57/13)
    73 95 116 (7 21 30) (14 33 -) good kid, m.A.A.d city, Kendrick Lamar [191, 271, #27] (80, #2, 2012) (Wks: 125/48)
    74 82 98 (8 16 22) (29 25 33) 1989, Taylor Swift [59, 160, #31] (101, #1, 2014) (Wks: 48/24)
    78 150 159 (9 54 50) (- - -) ANTI, Rihanna [6, 102, #78] (96, #1, 2016) (Wks: 5/1)
    84 123 128 (10 39 39) (- - -) 2014 Forest Hills Drive, J. Cole [34, 161, #47] (111, #1, 2014) (Wks: 34/15)
    90 127 147 (11 41 43) (- - -) Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection, Queen [105, 105, #58] (1, #48, 2002) (Wks: 38/15)
    91 92 143 (12 20 41) (12 23 49) Death Of A Bachelor, Panic! At The Disco [24, 103, #91] (79, #1, 2016) (Wks: 24/0)
    93 129 177 (13 42 59) (- - -) Montevallo, Sam Hunt [66, 167, #41] (101, #3, 2014) (Wks: 57/37)
    96 151 170 (14 55 56) (- - -) Beauty Behind The Madness, The Weeknd [12, 123, #46] (111, #1, 2015) (Wks: 10/4)
    97 143 196 (15 51 66) (34 - -) Badlands, Halsey [42, 123, #74] (81, #2, 2015) (Wks: 37/1)
    98 186 165 (16 72 55) (- - -) Coloring Book, Chance The Rapper [7, 86, #98] (79, #8, 2016) (Wks: 5/0)
    100 170 186 (17 64 61) (- - -) T R A P S O U L, Bryson Tiller [46, 119, #47] (73, #8, 2015) (Wks: 44/17)
    103 99 108 (18 24 27) (8 9 23) Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley & The Wailers, Bob Marley & The Wailers [637, 637, #5] (113, #54, 1984) (Wks: 1290/805)
    107 111 106 (19 32 25) (43 27 29) 25, Adele [16, 111, #103] (95, #1, 2015) (Wks: 16/0)
    111 105 131 (20 27 40) (- 39 -) Greatest Hits, 2Pac [148, 148, #31] (76, #3, 1998) (Wks: 162/18)
    114 176 - (28 67 -) (- - -) Purpose, Justin Bieber [33, 111, #81] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 29/0)
    117 107 117 (21 28 31) (16 12 22) Thriller, Michael Jackson [241, 241, #2] (122, #1, 1982) (Wks: 394/90)
    118 121 110 (22 37 28) (24 29 24) Rumours, Fleetwood Mac [119, 119, #11] (134, #1, 1977) (Wks: 191/30)
    127 126 151 (23 40 47) (25 36 50) Journey's Greatest Hits, Journey [602, 602, #18] (92, #10, 1988) (Wks: 1133/464)
    128 - - (24 - -) (- - -) Nothing Was The Same, Drake [143, 218, #46] (75, #1, 2013) (Wks: 47/1)
    130 122 145 (25 38 42) (3 13 28) Metallica, Metallica [343, 343, #51] (281, #1, 1991) (Wks: 834/339)
    133 141 150 (26 49 46) (15 32 37) Chronicle -- The 20 Greatest Hits, Creedence Clearwater Revival [519, 519, #14] (30, #100, 1976) (Wks: 929/103)
    134 155 163 (27 58 53) (- - -) +, Ed Sheeran [156, 231, #28] (75, #5, 2012) (Wks: 110/38)
    135 - - (29 - -) (- - -) The Essential Billy Joel, Billy Joel [85, 85, #15] (16, #29, 2001) (Wks: 40/1)
    136 166 - (30 63 -) (- - -) Doo-Wops & Hooligans, Bruno Mars [268, 356, #11] (88, #3, 2010) (Wks: 206/77)
    138 - - (31 - -) (- - -) The Life Of Pablo, Kanye West [12, 89, #109] (77, #1, 2016) (Wks: 11/0)
    140 112 97 (32 33 21) (22 15 16) Abbey Road, The Beatles [130, 130, #3] (129, #1, 1969) (Wks: 348/36)
    144 - - (33 - -) (- - -) If You're Reading This It's Too Late, Drake [72, 150, #58] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 48/4)
    145 - - (34 - -) (- - -) Dangerous Woman, Ariana Grande [2, 80, #145] (78, #2, 2016) (Wks: 1/0)
    147 135 189 (35 45 62) (46 49 -) Greatest Hits, Guns 'N Roses [445, 583, #3] (138, #3, 2004) (Wks: 427/148)
    148 171 - (36 65 -) (23 - -) Born To Die, Lana Del Rey [163, 299, #53] (136, #2, 2012) (Wks: 82/8)
    149 142 175 (37 50 58) (- 44 -) 1, The Beatles [432, 432, #4] (104, #1, 2000) (Wks: 529/177)
    152 - - (38 - -) (- - -) Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World, Lil Uzi Vert [1, 79, #152] (78, #37, 2016) (Wks: 1/0)
    153 200 - (39 76 -) (- - -) Nine Track Mind, Charlie Puth [15, 94, #153] (79, #6, 2016) (Wks: 12/0)
    154 - - (40 - -) (- - -) Tangled Up, Thomas Rhett [7, 113, #126] (106, #6, 2015) (Wks: 7/0)
    155 89 66 (41 19 10) (5 7 7) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles [60, 60, #3] (175, #1, 1967) (Wks: 275/33)
    156 140 153 (42 48 48) (44 38 42) 21, Adele [213, 358, #9] (145, #1, 2011) (Wks: 209/87)
    158 80 67 (43 15 11) (1 6 5) Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1, Soundtrack [39, 121, #20] (82, #1, 2014) (Wks: 64/18)
    163 138 - (44 47 -) (20 34 -) Vessel, Twenty One Pilots [139, 166, #21] (27, #58, 2013) (Wks: 133/77)
    166 - - (45 - -) (- - -) This Is Acting, Sia [4, 82, #166] (78, #4, 2016) (Wks: 1/0)
    169 162 190 (46 62 63) (27 42 -) Nevermind, Nirvana [131, 131, #13] (252, #1, 1991) (Wks: 147/14)
    171 - - (47 - -) (- - -) Smoke + Mirrors, Imagine Dragons [30, 94, #118] (64, #1, 2015) (Wks: 16/0)
    175 - - (48 - -) (- - -) Greatest Hits, The Notorious B.I.G. [98, 107, #48] (13, #1, 2007) (Wks: 65/10)
    179 152 127 (49 56 38) (9 18 19) The Dark Side Of The Moon, Pink Floyd [490, 490, #12] (741, #1, 1973) (Wks: 1201/471)
    180 - - (50 - -) (- - -) Hozier, Hozier [66, 148, #113] (82, #2, 2014) (Wks: 15/0)
    181 159 - (51 60 -) (7 19 30) Lemonade, Beyonce [2, 72, #159] (70, #1, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    182 119 148 (52 36 44) (- 45 -) Mothership, Led Zeppelin [179, 255, #20] (78, #7, 2007) (Wks: 205/10)
    183 - - (53 - -) (- - -) When It's Dark Out, G-Eazy [16, 94, #160] (78, #5, 2015) (Wks: 2/0)
    184 - - (54 - -) (- - -) Greatest Hits So Far…, Zac Brown Band [72, 145, #69] (73, #20, 2014) (Wks: 46/1)
    186 - - (55 - -) (- - -) Unorthodox Jukebox, Bruno Mars [103, 193, #46] (90, #1, 2012) (Wks: 60/6)
    187 - - (56 - -) (28 - -) [Hybrid Theory], Linkin Park [184, 184, #8] (103, #2, 2000) (Wks: 364/71)
    188 - - (57 - -) (- - -) Ultimate Sinatra, Frank Sinatra [14, 45, #160] (31, #32, 2015) (Wks: 2/0)
    189 - - (58 - -) (- - -) Beyonce, Beyonce [103, 181, #53] (78, #1, 2013) (Wks: 17/0)
    190 - - (59 - -) (10 41 -) Icon: Greatest Hits, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band [374, 374, #60] (114, #8, 1994) (Wks: 794/382)
    191 - - (60 - -) (- - -) DS2, Future [46, 124, #68] (78, #1, 2015) (Wks: 43/4)
    192 180 195 (61 69 65) (33 48 43) Back In Black, AC/DC [444, 444, #13] (131, #4, 1980) (Wks: 922/169)
    193 - - (62 - -) (- - -) Recovery, Eminem [227, 304, #55] (77, #1, 2010) (Wks: 122/19)
    194 183 - (63 70 -) (- - -) Greatest Hits, Red Hot Chili Peppers [116, 146, #31] (36, #18, 2003) (Wks: 90/8)
    196 - - (64 - -) (- - -) Islah, Kevin Gates [15, 94, #138] (79, #2, 2016) (Wks: 13/0)
    199 154 125 (65 57 36) (21 24 21) Hotel California, Eagles [8, 8, #44] (107, #1, 1976) (Wks: 160/13)
    200 6 5 (66 1 1) (18 1 1) A Pentatonix Christmas, Pentatonix [11, 23, #2] (12, #1, 2016) (Wks: 8/8)
    - 12 11 (- 2 2) (- 5 4) Christmas, Michael Buble [54, 64, #3] (10, #1, 2011) (Wks: 56/51)
    - 18 24 (- 3 5) (- 16 12) Merry Christmas, Mariah Carey [93, 93, #18] (13, #3, 1994) (Wks: 159/57)
    - 19 14 (- 4 3) (- 2 2) That's Christmas To Me, Pentatonix [30, 42, #3] (12, #2, 2014) (Wks: 31/27)
    - 26 34 (- 5 6) (- 8 9) A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack), Vince Guaraldi Trio [106, 106, #23] (N/A, 1965) (Wks: 168/72)
    - 29 48 (- 6 7) (- 35 35) The Christmas Song, Nat "King" Cole [45, 45, #29] (N/A, 1963) (Wks: 113/32)
    - 40 23 (- 7 4) (- 3 3) Noel, Josh Groban [84, 98, #4] (14, #1, 2007) (Wks: 89/75)
    - 45 - (- 8 -) (- - -) White Christmas [MCA], Bing Crosby [62, 62, #45] (N/A, 1986) (Wks: 110/8)
    - 49 84 (- 10 18) (- - -) Christmas Classics [Empire/Capitol], Bing Crosby [17, 17, #49] (N/A, 2001) (Wks: 11/1)
    - 52 53 (- 11 8) (- 20 15) It's Christmas Time, Elvis Presley [106, 106, #41] (N/A, 1999) (Wks: 140/46)
    - 86 95 (- 18 20) (- - -) Wrapped In Red, Kelly Clarkson [22, 32, #46] (10, #3, 2013) (Wks: 21/6)
    - 97 80 (- 22 15) (- 21 11) These Are Special Times, Celine Dion [90, 90, #49] (17, #2, 1998) (Wks: 134/44)
    - 98 115 (- 23 29) (- - -) Classic Christmas Album, Andy Williams [5, 8, #98] (3, #181, 2013) (Wks: 5/0)
    - 100 102 (- 25 23) (- - 41) Christmas Together, Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood [5, 12, #88] (7, #7, 2016) (Wks: 4/0)
    - 104 119 (- 26 32) (- - -) Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer, Burl Ives [61, 61, #84] (N/A, 1995) (Wks: 90/5)
    - 109 121 (- 30 33) (- - -) Christmas Portrait, The Carpenters [44, 44, #93] (10, #145, 1978) (Wks: 98/7)
    - 110 81 (- 31 16) (- 40 14) Cheers, It's Christmas, Blake Shelton [29, 42, #31] (13, #8, 2012) (Wks: 30/12)
    - 114 72 (- 34 13) (- 31 10) The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve, Trans-Siberian Orchestra [6, 16, #57] (10, #9, 2016) (Wks: 5/2)
    - 118 122 (- 35 34) (- - -) PTXmas (EP), Pentatonix [30, 31, #7] (1, #45, 2012) (Wks: 35/17)
    - 133 164 (- 43 54) (- - -) The Dean Martin Christmas Album, Dean Martin [4, 4, #133] (N/A, 1966) (Wks: 2/0)
    - 134 200 (- 44 68) (- - -) The Essential Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson [234, 239, #2] (6, #96, 2005) (Wks: 270/69)
    - 136 149 (- 46 45) (- - -) Under The Mistletoe, Justin Bieber [30, 40, #30] (10, #1, 2011) (Wks: 20/7)
    - 144 198 (- 52 67) (- - -) Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree: The Decca Christmas Recordings, Brenda Lee [2, 2, #144] (N/A, 1999) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 148 - (- 53 -) (- - -) The Best Of The Jackson 5: 20CMTCC, Jackson 5 [3, 3, #148] (N/A, 2003) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 153 62 (- - -) (- 10 6) My Kind Of Christmas, Reba [8, 8, #39] (N/A, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 157 - (- 59 -) (- - -) Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer And Other Christmas Classics, Gene Autry [1, 1, #157] (N/A, 2003) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 161 160 (- 61 51) (- - 48) Christmas Songs By Sinatra, Frank Sinatra [37, 37, #71] (1, #7, 1949) (Wks: 34/0)
    - 173 193 (- 66 64) (6 14 25) Master Of Puppets, Metallica [71, 71, #46] (72, #29, 1986) (Wks: 559/53)
    - 177 - (- 68 -) (11 22 -) Back To Black, Amy Winehouse [88, 166, #7] (78, #2, 2007) (Wks: 110/21)
    - 185 - (- 71 -) (- - -) TwentyFive, George Michael [3, 9, #12] (9, #23, 2008) (Wks: 3/1)
    - 192 126 (- 73 37) (- 26 18) The Classic Christmas Album, Elvis Presley [21, 33, #90] (12, #90, 2012) (Wks: 21/0)
    - 196 - (- 74 -) (- - -) A Perry Como Christmas, Perry Como [1, 1, #196] (N/A, 1968) (Wks: 0/0)
    - 198 - (- 75 -) (39 28 32) Purple Rain (Soundtrack), Prince & The Revolution [53, 53, #2] (72, #1, 1984) (Wks: 103/22)
    - - 82 (- - 17) (- - -) The Best Of Bing Crosby: 20CMTCC, Bing Crosby [28, 28, #63] (N/A, 2003) (Wks: 30/0)
    - - 107 (- - 26) (- - 13) Behold: A Christmas Collection, Lauren Daigle [7, 15, #58] (8, #29, 2016) (Wks: 4/1)
    - - 154 (- - 49) (- - -) Home For Christmas, 'N Sync [18, 18, #129] (10, #7, 1998) (Wks: 34/20)
    - - 161 (- - 52) (- 37 17) Disney Karaoke Series: Frozen (EP), Various Artists [9, 48, #78] (39, #17, 2014) (Wks: 11/2)
    - - 171 (- - 57) (50 43 26) The Ultimate Hits, Garth Brooks [71, 147, #14] (78, #3, 2007) (Wks: 166/28)
    - - 182 (- - 60) (- - 38) Gold: A 50th Anniversary Christmas Celebration, Johnny Mathis [26, 26, #104] (1, #191, 2006) (Wks: 26/0)
    - - - (- - -) (17 47 40) Kind Of Blue, Miles Davis [5, 5, #95] (N/A, 1959) (Wks: 175/12)
    - - - (- - -) (19 - -) Bad, Michael Jackson [100, 100, #8] (87, #1, 1987) (Wks: 156/22)
    - - - (- - -) (26 - -) Simon & Garfunkel's Greatest Hits, Simon & Garfunkel [34, 34, #42] (127, #5, 1972) (Wks: 117/4)
    - - - (- - -) (30 - -) Ride The Lightning, Metallica [10, 10, #48] (50, #100, 1984) (Wks: 466/9)
    - - - (- - -) (31 - -) The Black Parade, My Chemical Romance [36, 94, #14] (58, #2, 2006) (Wks: 21/4)
    - - - (- - -) (35 - -) The Doors (1967), The Doors [1, 1, #131] (121, #2, 1967) (Wks: 7/1)
    - - - (- - -) (36 - -) Led Zeppelin IV, Led Zeppelin [24, 24, #7] (259, #2, 1971) (Wks: 265/20)
    - - - (- - -) (37 - -) The Wall, Pink Floyd [29, 29, #17] (123, #1, 1979) (Wks: 488/107)
    - - - (- - -) (38 - -) Wildflowers, Tom Petty [4, 4, #27] (53, #8, 1994) (Wks: 4/2)
    - - - (- - -) (40 - -) Greatest Hits, Fleetwood Mac [126, 126, #25] (26, #14, 1988) (Wks: 578/83)
    - - - (- - -) (41 - -) Playlist: The Very Best Of Santana, Santana [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 2015) (Wks: 20/0)
    - - - (- - -) (42 - -) A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979, The Allman Brothers Band [2, 2, #39] (N/A, 1991) (Wks: 3/1)
    - - - (- - -) (47 50 39) The Legend Of Johnny Cash, Johnny Cash [191, 267, #38] (78, #5, 2005) (Wks: 195/82)
    - - - (- - -) (48 - -) Playlist: The Very Best Of Creedence Clearwater Revisited, Creedence Clearwater Revisited [0, 0, #N/A] (N/A, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (49 - -) Appetite For Destruction, Guns 'N Roses [30, 30, #84] (147, #1, 1987) (Wks: 462/98)
    - - - (- - -) (- 46 -) Glow, Brett Eldredge [1, 10, #200] (9, #29, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 27) Tennessee Christmas, Amy Grant [0, 9, #N/A] (9, #31, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 31) Let It Be Christmas, Alan Jackson [14, 14, #66] (8, #27, 2002) (Wks: 20/4)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 34) The Essential NOW That's What I Call Christmas!, Various Artists [37, 46, #25] (10, #30, 2008) (Wks: 40/9)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 36) Once Upon A Christmas, Kenny Rogers & Dolly Parton [30, 30, #94] (8, #31, 1984) (Wks: 42/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 44) Do You Hear What I Hear?: Women Of Christmas [Sony Music], Various Artists [18, 19, #118] (1, #164, 2010) (Wks: 17/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 45) My Christmas, Andrea Bocelli [42, 52, #11] (10, #2, 2009) (Wks: 50/23)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 46) Elvis: Ultimate Christmas, Elvis Presley [0, 0, #N/A] (4, #107, 2015) (Wks: 7/0)
    - - - (- - -) (- - 47) 'Tis The Season, Jordan Smith [0, 7, #N/A] (7, #11, 2016) (Wks: 0/0)
STATISTICS
Album counts from January 3, 6 & 13:
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200: 69, 77, 66
Difference from previous week: -3, +8, -11
Difference from one year ago: +5, +12, -11
Catalog albums on both Billboard 200 and Catalog (Sales) chart: 38, 44, 31
Catalog albums on the Catalog (Sales) chart only: 12, 6, 19
Catalog albums on the Billboard 200 only: 31, 33, 35

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

Most weeks on BB200 for albums on this week's chart:
As a Catalog album (400+):
637 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
602 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
519 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
490 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
445 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
444 AC/DC, Back In Black
432 The Beatles, 1
Overall (500+):
1231 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
750 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
694 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
624 Metallica, Metallica
583 Guns 'N Roses, Greatest Hits
575 AC/DC, Back In Black
549 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
536 The Beatles, 1
Most weeks on BB200, counting Catalog Top 10 weeks before Nov 22, 2003 as BB200 weeks (750+):
1515 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
1251 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
900 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
894 Metallica, Metallica

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks:
On the BB200 as a Catalog album:
211 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
163 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
159 Drake, Take Care
108 Metallica, Metallica
99 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
91 Ed Sheeran, x
66 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
58 The Beatles, Abbey Road
55 Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits
55 2Pac, Greatest Hits
54 Imagine Dragons, Night Visions
53 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
Dropping out: Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late (Jan 3 after 71 weeks); Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans (Jan 3 after 62 weeks)
On the BB200 overall (with at least one Catalog week):
211 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
186 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
185 Ed Sheeran, x
167 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
163 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
161 J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive
159 Drake, Take Care
123 Halsey, Badlands
123 The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness
119 Bryson Tiller, T R A P S O U L
111 Adele, 25
108 Metallica, Metallica
103 Panic! At The Disco, Death Of A Bachelor
102 Rihanna, ANTI
86 Chance The Rapper, Coloring Book
58 The Beatles, Abbey Road
55 Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits
55 2Pac, Greatest Hits
54 Imagine Dragons, Night Visions
53 Creedence Clearwater Revival, Chronicle
Dropping out: Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late (Jan 3 after 149 weeks); Justin Bieber, Purpose (Jan 3 after 109 weeks); Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans (Jan 3 after 62 weeks)

Most weeks on Catalog chart (proper) for albums on this week's chart (800+):
1290 Bob Marley & The Wailers, Legend
1201 Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon
1133 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
929 AC/DC, Back In Black
834 Metallica, Metallica
Dropping out: Pink Floyd, The Dark Side Of The Moon (Jan 6 after 1200 weeks; returned on Jan 13)

Consecutive week runs of 52 or more weeks on the Catalog chart (proper):
108 Metallica, Metallica
54 Ed Sheeran, x

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Postby borderwolf » Mon Jan 15, 2018 2:17 pm

Metal By Numbers 1/10: The charts don their gay apparel
http://www.metalinsider.net/columns/met ... ay-apparel
Posted by Matt Brown on January 10, 2018

Notable Debuts:

Brojob, Talk Shit Get Kissed (Hollowed)
200 sold
Congratulations, Brojob. You’re the first metal debut of 2018. Revel in it.

The Animal in Me, Helping Won’t Help (Self-Released)
200 sold
This is the second LP from this electronic metalcore act.

Notable Sales:

Five Finger Death Punch, A Decade Of Destruction (Prospect Park)
5,000 sold
A 40% drop, but this is still the top selling “metal” album.

Greta Van Fleet, From the Fires EP (Lava)
3,300 sold
A 28% drop with just under 50,000 sold.

Foo Fighters, Concrete and Gold (RCA/Roswell)
2,700 sold
A 60% drop.

Linkin Park, One More Light (Warner Bros.)
2,000 sold
A 35% drop with 260,000 sold.

Linkin Park, One More Light Live (Warner Bros.)
1,800 sold
A 63% drop.

Asking Alexandria, Asking Alexandria (Sumerian Records)
1,600 sold
A 43% drop.

Avenged Sevenfold, The Stage (Capitol)
1,800 sold
A steep drop by 73%.

Evanescence, Synthesis (BMG)
1,300 sold
A 32% drop with 50,000 sold.

Metallica, Hardwired… to Self-Destruct (Blackened)
1,300 sold
A 56% drop. Also, this was the 9th best selling album of 2017.

Skillet, Unleashed (Atlantic)
1,200 sold
A 43% drop.

Theory of a Deadman, Wake Up Call (Atlantic)
1,200 sold
A 40% drop might be a wake up call.

Marilyn Manson, Heaven Upside Down (Loma Vista)
1,000 sold
A 44% drop.

Queens Of The Stone Age, Villains (Matador Records)
1,000 sold
A 50% drop with nearly 125,000 sold.

Trivium, The Sin And The Sentence (Roadrunner)
700 sold
A 42% drop.

Hollywood Undead, Five (BMG)
700 sold
A 50% drop.

Iron Maiden, The Book Of Souls: Live Chapter (BMG)
600 sold
A 57% drop. Guess we’ll be seeing another Maiden live album within the next two years after their Legacy of the Beast tour.

Black Sabbath, The End (Eagle Rock)
500 sold
A 38% drop. This isn’t the band’s first live recording in their hometown of Birmingham, England; Reunion was also recorded there on the first two shows of the band’s 1997 tour.

Power Trip, Nightmare Logic (Southern Lord)
400 sold
Sold the same as last week.

Cannibal Corpse, Red Before Black (Metal Blade)
400 sold
13,000 sold.

August Burns Red, Phantom Anthem (Fearless)
350 sold
A 42% drop.

Morbid Angel, Kingdoms Disdained (Silver Lining)
300 sold
4,700 sold.

Prophets of Rage, Prophets of Rage (Caroline)
300 sold
A 40% drop.

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

Converge, The Dusk In Us (Epitaph/Deathwish)
200 sold
14,000 sold.

Cavalera Conspiracy, Psychosis (Napalm Records)
300 sold
The band’s debut album is one of several albums that came out ten years ago.

Sweet & Lynch, Unified (Frontiers)
200 sold
5,300 sold.

Electric Wizard, Wizard Bloody Wizard (Spinefarm)
200 sold
I feel like if Electric Wizard actually covered “Sabbath Blood Sabbath” it would turn out three times as long as the original song.

The Faceless, In Becoming A Ghost (Sumerian Records)
200 sold
The best part of this album is obviously the return of Sergio Flores aka Sexy Sax Man (or Sexy Flute Man in this instance).

Glassjaw, Material Control (Century Media)
200 sold
5,500 sold.

War Of Ages, Alpha (Facedown)
100 sold
3,600 sold.

Ghost, Ceremony and Devotion (Loma Vista)
100 sold
Over 2,700 sold. Also, their Popestar EP has sold almost 60k.
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Postby trebor » Sun Jan 21, 2018 11:52 am

Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Latin Streaming Songs
January 13, 2017

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  1 -   1 - 51 -   1 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
  2 -   2 - 27 -   1 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
  3 -   4 -   2 -   3 - La Modelo - Ozuna x Cardi B
  4 -   6 - 22 -   4 - Krippy Kush - Farruko, Bad Bunny & Rvssian
  5 -   5 -   7 -   3 - Echame La culpa - Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato
  6 -   7 - 25 -   3 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
  7 -   9 -   4 -   7 - Corazon - Maluma X Nego do Borel
  8 -   8 - 18 -   5 - Criminal - Natti Natasha x Ozuna
  9 - 14 -   6 -   8 - Bella y Sensual - Romeo Santos Featuring Nicky Jam & Daddy Yankee
10 - 10 - 37 -   3 - Escapate Conmigo - Wisin Featuring Ozuna
11 - 12 - 37 -   2 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
12 - 13 -   9 -   7 - Sensualidad - DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce
13 - 11 -   7 - 11 - El Farsante - Ozuna
14 - 18 - 60 -   9 - Dile Que Tu Me Quieres - Ozuna
15 - 15 - 51 -   3 - El Amante - Nicky Jam
16 - 16 - 16 - 16 - Bonita - Jowell & Randy & J Balvin
17 - 19 - 17 - 15 - Corrido de Juanito - Calibre 50
18 - 21 - 52 -   5 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
19 - 22 - 62 -   1 - Chantaje - Shakira Featuring Maluma
20 - 23 -   5 - 20 - Si No Estas Tu - Banda La Misma Tierra
21 - NE -   1 - 21 - Siguelo Bailando - Ozuna
22 -     - - 39 -   4 - Ahora Dice - Chris Jeday Presenta J Balvin, Ozuna & Arcangel
23 - 17 - 49 -   4 - Adios Amor - Christian Nodal
24 -     - - 15 - 13 - Perro Fiel - Shakira Featuring Nicky Jam
25 -     - - 21 - 15 - Me Rehuso - Danny Ocean
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Billboard® © nielsen.MUSIC | Latin Digital Song Sales
January 13, 2017

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  1 -   1 - 51 -   1 - Despacito - Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee Featuring Justin Bieber
  2 -   3 - 27 -   1 - Mi Gente - J Balvin & Willy William Featuring Beyonce
  3 -   2 -   2 -   2 - La Modelo - Ozuna x Cardi B
  4 -   5 -   7 -   1 - Echame La culpa - Luis Fonsi & Demi Lovato
  5 -   7 - 21 -   4 - Krippy Kush - Farruko, Bad Bunny & Rvssian
  6 -   8 - 25 -   4 - Mayores - Becky G Featuring Bad Bunny
  7 -   9 - 53 -   3 - Reggaeton Lento (Bailemos) - CNCO
  8 - 11 - 37 -   2 - Felices Los 4 - Maluma
  9 - 10 -   9 -   9 - Criminal - Natti Natasha x Ozuna
10 -   4 - 20 -   4 - Bonita - Jowell & Randy & J Balvin
11 - 12 -   8 -   5 - Corazon - Maluma X Nego do Borel
12 - 13 - 19 -   3 - Perro Fiel - Shakira Feaaturing Nicky Jam
13 - 18 - 23 -   4 - Robarte Un Beso - Carlos Vives & Sebastian Yatra
14 - 16 - 40 -   4 - Escapate Conmigo - Wisin Featuring Ozuna
15 - 14 - 17 -   8 - Se Preparo - Ozuna
16 - 22 - 62 -   1 - Chantaje - Shakira Featuring Maluma
17 - 17 -   7 -   6 - Bella y Sensual - Romeo Santos Featuring Nicky Jam & Daddy Yankee
18 - 15 -   3 - 12 - Downtown - Anitta & J Balvin
19 - 21 - 50 -   2 - El Amante - Nicky Jam
20 -     - - 238 -   1 - Vivir Mi Vida - Marc Anthony
21 -     - - 376 -   1 - Danza Kuduro - Don Omar & Lucenzo
22 - 19 -   5 -   5 - Chambea (Wooo!) - Bad Bunny
23 -     - - 19 - 11 - Me Rehuso - Danny Ocean
24 - 24 - 195 -   1 - Bailando - Enrique Iglesias Featuring Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona
25 - 25 -   9 -   3 - Sensualidad - DJ Luian & Mambo Kingz Presentan: Bad Bunny, J Balvin & Prince Royce
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Postby BrainDamageII » Sun Feb 11, 2018 5:11 pm

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TW LW 2W WOC Title Artist
1 1 1 21 Precious Memories: Live At the Ryman  - Alan Jackson 
2 2 2 59 Eight Days A Week  - The Beatles 
3 3 3 5 Nuestra Isla, Nuestro Encanto  - Various Artists 
4 Re-Entry 46 The Midnight Special (6 DVD)  - Various Artists 
5 Re-Entry 33 God Bless The USA: A Salute To The American Spirit  - Bill & Gloria Gaither And Their Homecoming Friends 
6 4 4 14 Live At Pompeii  - David Gilmour 
7 Re-Entry 15 Christmas...A Time For Joy  - Bill & Gloria Gaither And Their Homecoming Friends 
8 14 10 86 The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve  - Trans-Siberian Orchestra 
9 Re-Entry 2 Hit Man: David Foster & Friends  - David Foster 
10 15 – 2 A National Celebration: 20/8/16  - The Tragically Hip 
11 Re-Entry 7 Day Of The Gusano  - Slipknot 
12 8 6 7 The End  - Black Sabbath 
13 7 7 6 DimeVision, Vol. 2: Roll With It Or Get Rolled Over - Dimebag Darrell 
14 13 14 14 From The Vault: Sticky Fingers, Live At The Fonda Theater 2015  - The Rolling Stones 
15 5 9 7 Let's Play Two: Live At Wrigley Field  - Pearl Jam 
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