In what countries?KokoCollino wrote:Physical shipments sometimes take up to a year or more to be sent back.
Maybe I don't speak Korean as good as you do, I think my English is much better but still I don't understand your last sentence.Shayonce wrote:^
Gaon's "Digital chart" is revenue chart while download and streaming, others are just raw number. do you understand korean? because I do. lol
they set those 150:1 / 1,500:1 ratio based on avg revenue per stream $0.006. 150 =$0.9 / 1,500= $9.
for example OCC "the 1,000 ratio is used to reflect the broad difference in value between a track stream and the price paid for an album."
yass at Germany. It is crazy to see China in the top 10 now.travextina wrote:Biggest Phonographic Countries
4. United Kingdom
6. South Korea
1. Latin America: 17,7%
2. North America: 12,8%
3. Asia / Oceania: 5,4%
4. Europe: 4,3%
Most likely lol.beredy wrote:Maybe he faked those numbers too.Shayonce wrote:but where is jay z tho. his album sold over 400k pure sales in US.
I actually own these albums on either CD / Vinyl or digital.LostAvenger wrote:Blessed be the fruit, we have the full top 50!
1 Ed Sheeran ÷ 6.1 Warner
2 Taylor Swift Reputation 4.5 Universal
3 P!nk Beautiful Trauma 1.8 Sony Music
5 Sam Smith The Thrill Of It All 1.4 Universal
8 Eminem Revival 1.1 Universal
9 Harry Styles Harry Styles 1.0 Sony Music
10 Bruno Mars 24K Magic 1.0 Warner
11 Helene Fischer Helene Fischer 1.0 Universal
12 Imagine Dragons Evolve 1.0 Universal
15 Katy Perry Witness 0.8 Universal
16 Ed Sheeran X 0.8 Warner
18 Linkin Park One More Light 0.7 Warner
21 Shania Twain Now 0.6 Universal
22 Niall Horan Flicker 0.5 Universal
23 Gorillaz Humanz 0.5 Warner
24 Drake More Life 0.5 Universal
26 Twenty One Pilots Blurryface 0.5 Warner
27 The Chainsmokers Memories…Do Not Open 0.5 Sony Music
28 Maroon 5 Red Pill Blues 0.5 Universal
29 Lana Del Rey Lust For Life 0.5 Universal
30 Arcade Fire Everything Now 0.5 Sony Music
32 The Weeknd Starboy 0.5 Universal
34 The Kelly Family We Got Love 0.4 Universal
35 Michael Bublé Christmas 0.4 Warner
36 Liam Gallagher As You Were 0.4 Warner
38 The Killers Wonderful Wonderful 0.4 Universal
41 Lorde Melodrama 0.4 Universal
42 Adele 25 0.4 XL Recordings (XL Recordings/Sony Music for the USA and Latin America)
43 Nirvana Nevermind 0.4 Universal
44 Amy Winehouse Back To Black 0.4 Universal
46 John Mayer The Search For Everything 0.4 Sony Music
47 Linkin Park Hybrid Theory 0.4 Warner
49 Ed Sheeran + 0.3 Warner
Is it a new released album?Shayonce wrote:thanks.
but where is jay z tho. his album sold over 400k pure sales in US.
wow at ed sheeran 3 albums in top 50.
beatles, nirvana, amy winhouse !!
The IFPI list deals with shipments only - half of your albums are pre-2017 releases (and therefore, though their sales may be what you posted, less than 349,000 of the shipments might have been shipped prior to 2017). Further, as you said - the list covers up to 349,000 at the bottom - therefore, the other half of your list likely have shipped less than that.Magnetico wrote:#50 on this chart has sold 0,3 mln copies. That means it can be 250.000 or 349.999, right? So where are the albums from France?:
Soprano - L'Everest 406.100
Vianney - Vianney 310.300
Johnny Hallyday - 50 Plus Belles Chansons 269.100
Calogero - Liberté Chérie 268.300
Claudio Capéo - Claudio Capéo 265.300
Les Enfoirés - Mission Enfoirés 263.200
These are only physical + digital copies.
Can't understand why they've excluded Asian acts.Magnetico wrote:And how about Japan and those albums taken from Oricon 2017 yearly chart (only physical copies and without at least two last weeks of the year):
No South Korea on the chart either:
There are albums pre-2017 on IFPI list already like Bruno Mars - 24K Magic (2016), Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory (2000) or Amy Winehouse - Back To Black (2006).... They don't have any problems with shipments, only French albums? But no Asian acts say everything about this list.Wayne wrote:
The IFPI list deals with shipments only - half of your albums are pre-2017 releases (and therefore, though their sales may be what you posted, less than 349,000 of the shipments might have been shipped prior to 2017). Further, as you said - the list covers up to 349,000 at the bottom - therefore, the other half of your list likely have shipped less than that.
Thank you for posting, can you give us source link?LostAvenger wrote:Blessed be the fruit, we have the full top 50!l