UK OCC Charts: 29th June - 5th July 2018

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Postby Blondini » Fri Jun 29, 2018 7:31 am

Official Singles Chart Top 100
29 June 2018 - 05 July 2018


Compiled by the Official Charts Company, based on official sales of downloads, CDs, vinyl and audio streams.

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

1 2 14* George Ezra ~ Shotgun
2 1 6 Clean Bandit ft Demi Lovato ~ Solo
3 3 10 Anne-Marie ~ 2002
4 4 8 Jess Glynne ~ I'll Be There
5 31 12 XXXTentacion ~ Sad!
6 8 7 Years and Years ~ If You're Over Me
7 6 9 Post Malone ~ Better Now
8 9 12 Cardi B, Bad Bunny and J Balvin ~ I Like It
9 7 16 Tom Walker ~ Leave A Light On
10 10 12 Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa ~ One Kiss ***
11 13 11 5 Seconds Of Summer ~ Youngblood
12 17 5 Jonas Blue ft Jack & Jack ~ Rise
13 11 4 Maroon 5 ft Cardi B ~ Girls Like You
14 16 10 Liam Payne and J Balvin ~ Familiar
15 15 12 EO ~ German
16 14 7 Selena Gomez ~ Back To You
17 32 7 XXXTentacion ~ Moonlight
18 23 5 Juice Wrld ~ Lucid Dreams
19 18 5 A$AP Rocky ft Skepta ~ Praise The Lord (Da Shine)
20 35 6 Tiësto and Dzeko ft Preme and Post Malone ~ Jackie Chan
21 19 4 AJ Tracey and Not3s ~ Butterflies
22 33 5 XXXTentacion ~ changes
23 5 10 Ariana Grande ~ No Tears Left To Cry ***
24 28 16 M-22 ft Medina ~ First Time
25 24 12 Drake ~ Nice For What ***
26 25 14 David Guetta and Sia ~ Flames ***
27 27 7 Rita Ora, Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charli XCX ~ Girls
28 26 15 Shakka ft AlunaGeorge ~ Man Down
29 12 23 George Ezra ~ Paradise ***
30 20 2 Nicki Minaj ft Ariana Grande ~ Bed
31 34 6 Dappy ft Ay Em ~ Oh My
32 NE 1 Cheat Codes and Little Mix ~ Only You
33 22 19 Khalid and Normani ~ Love Lies
34 42 6 Tyga ft Offset ~ Taste
35 30 26 Keala Settle and The Greatest Showman Ensemble ~ This Is Me ***
36 43 2 The Carters ~ Apesh*t
37 40 15 Banx and Ranx and Ella Eyre ft Yxng Bane ~ Answerphone ***
38 36 10 Ramz ~ Family Tree
39 47 11 Dennis Lloyd ~ Nevermind
40 NE 1 Jax Jones ft Mabel and Rich The Kid ~ Ring Ring

41 41 23 Rudimental ft Jess Glynne, Macklemore and Dan Caplan ~ These Days ***
42 72 42**(59) Baddiel, Skinner and The Lightning Seeds ~ Three Lions / 3 Lions '98
43 37 16 Ziv Zaifman, Hugh Jackman and Michelle Williams ~ A Million Dreams
44 39 8 Childish Gambino ~ This Is America
45 50 7 ZieZie ~ Fine Girl
46 21 18 Sigala and Paloma Faith ~ Lullaby ***
47 45 15 Lil Dicky ft Chris Brown ~ Freaky Friday ***
48 52 10 NOTD ft Bea Miller ~ I Wanna Know
49 49 20 Marshmello and Anne-Marie ~ Friends ***
50 55 5 Au/Ra and CamelPhat ~ Panic Room
51 54 7 AJ and Deno ft EO ~ London
52 44 3 Jorja Smith ~ Blue Lights
53 51 5 Drake ~ I'm Upset
54 63 4 James Arthur ~ You Deserve Better
55 29 22 M.O., Lotto Boyzz and Mr Eazi ~ Bad Vibe ***
56 RE 2 Panic! At The Disco ~ High Hopes
57 86 2 Ariana Grande ~ The Light Is Coming (feat. Nicki Minaj)
58 53 59 Ed Sheeran ft Beyonce / Andrea Bocelli ~ Perfect ***
59 NE 1 Hugh Jackman and Zac Efron ~ The Other Side
60 65 22 Zedd, Maren Morris and Grey ~ The Middle ***
61 58 23 Drake ~ God's Plan ***
62 56 4 J Hus ~ Dark Vader
63 NE 1 Demi Lovato ~ Sober
64 57 2 Martin Garrix ft Khalid ~ Ocean
65 60 9 Swarmz ~ Lyca
66 73 3 Jason Derulo ~ Colors
67 48 4 Kanye West ~ All Mine
68 70 48 Portugal. The Man ~ Feel It Still ***
69 NE 1 B Young ~ 079ME
70 68 2 Kygo and Imagine Dragons ~ Born To Be Yours
71 74 8 Florence and The Machine ~ Hunger
72 67 18 Post Malone ft Ty Dolla $ign ~ Psycho ***
73 NE 1 Skepta ft WizKid ~ Energy (Stay Far Away)
74 62 8 Billie Eillish ft Khalid ~ Lovely
75 83 3 Stefflon Don ~ Senseless

76 71 22 Bebe Rexha ft Florida Georgia Line ~ Meant To Be ***
77 76 77 Ed Sheeran ~ Shape Of You ***
78 61 2 Steel Banglez ft MØ and Yxng Bane ~ Your Lovin'
79 84 47 Camila Cabello ft Young Thug ~ Havana ***
80 77 2 Rudimental and Major Lazer ft Anne-Marie and Mr Eazi ~ Let Me Live
81 69 6 Sigrid ~ High Five
82 59 4 Kanye West ~ Yikes
83 RE 5 Panic! At The Disco ~ Say Amen (Saturday Night)
84 98 63 Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee ft Justin Bieber ~ Despacito ***
85 82 4 Loud Luxury ft Brando ~ Body
86 NE 1 Panic! At The Disco ~ Hey Look Ma, I Made It
87 66 4 The 1975 ~ Give Yourself A Try
88 38 14 Shawn Mendes ~ In My Blood ***
89 75 8 Nicky Jam and J Balvin ~ X
90 85 51 Dua Lipa ~ New Rules ***
91 81 26 Dua Lipa ~ IDGAF ***
92 RE 35 MK ~ 17 ***
93 93 15 Taylor Swift ~ Delicate
94 80 3 Post Malone ft Nicki Minaj ~ Ball For Me
95 91 9 Loski ~ Forrest Gump
96 94 10 Kyle ft Kehlani ~ Playinwitme
97 RE 22 Kendrick Lamar and SZA ~ All The Stars ***
98 RE 10 Swae Lee ft Slim Jxmmi ~ Guatemala
99 RE 7 One Bit ft Noah Cyrus ~ My Way
100 NE 1 Geko ft NSG ~ 6:30


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Official Albums Chart Top 100
29 June 2018 - 05 July 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 27* Motion Picture Cast - The Greatest Showman ~ The Greatest Showman
2 NE 1 Panic! At The Disco ~ Pray For the Wicked
3 2 14 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
4 9 15 XXXTentacion ~ ?
5 6 69 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
6 NE 1 Jane McDonald ~ Cruising With Jane McDonald
7 8 9 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
8 4 3 The Beach Boys with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ~ The Beach Boys with The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
9 10 9 Anne-Marie ~ Speak Your Mind
10 5 2 The Carters ~ Everything Is Love
11 13 29 XXXTentacion ~ 17
12 NE 1 Nine Inch Nails ~ Bad Witch
13 NE 1 Kamasi Washington ~ Heaven & Earth

14 11 5 Shawn Mendes ~ Shawn Mendes
15 3 2 5 Seconds of Summer ~ Youngblood
16 RE 2**(19) The Cure ~ Mixed Up ****general release of deluxe version
17 23 210 Ed Sheeran ~ ×
18 12 5 Snow Patrol ~ Wildness
19 26 33 Taylor Swift ~ Reputation
20 14 3 Jorja Smith ~ Lost & Found
21 25 843 Abba ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
22 43 276 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
23 15 7 Arctic Monkeys ~ Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino
24 30 831 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
25 32 118 George Ezra ~ Wanted On Voyage
26 22 4 Kanye West ~ Ye (MA)
27 28 56 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
28 31 12 Cardi B ~ Invasion of Privacy
29 33 343 Fleetwood Mac ~ The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac
30 34 251 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
31 90 167 The Beatles ~ 1
32 NE 1 Headie One ~ The One Two
33 NE 1 Bebe Rexha ~ Expectations

34 38 311 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
35 39 143 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
36 41 327 Ed Sheeran ~ +
37 35 32 Paloma Faith ~ The Architect
38 52 84 Little Mix ~ Glory Days
39 58 106 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
40 48 77 Post Malone ~ Stoney

41 50 738 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
42 21 38 Liam Gallagher ~ As You Were
43 29 72 Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Human
44 27 3 Kids See Ghosts (Kanye West and Kid Cudi) ~ Kids See Ghosts (MA)
45 37 84 David Bowie ~ Legacy
46 49 831 Queen ~ Greatest Hits
47 19 56 Paul Simon ~ The Ultimate Collection
48 7 2 Johnny Marr ~ Call the Comet
49 59 338 Oasis ~ (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
50 70 24 Camila Cabello ~ Camila
51 NE 1 The Orb ~ No Sounds Are Out of Bounds
52 44 4 Motion Picture Cast - Mamma Mia! ~ Mamma Mia!
53 60 82 Motion Picture Cast - Moana ~ Moana
54 56 250 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
55 63 66 Drake ~ More Life
56 18 4 Roger Daltrey ~ As Long As I Have You
57 NE 1 Teyana Taylor ~ K.T.S.E. (MA)
58 80 5 Juice Wrld ~ Goodbye & Good Riddance
59 75 351 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
60 40 190 Florence and The Machine ~ Lungs
61 16 2 Nas ~ Nasir (MA)
62 64 190 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
63 71 59 J Hus ~ Common Sense
64 73 198 Sam Smith ~ In the Lonely Hour
65 66 34 Sam Smith ~ The Thrill of It All
66 36 12 Kylie Minogue ~ Golden
67 79 149 Taylor Swift ~ 1989
68 62 6 BTS ~ Love Yourself: Tear
69 RE 69 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
70 42 3 Eleanor Tomlinson ~ Tales From Home
71 RE 1**(78) Garbage ~ Version 2.0 ****20th anniversary deluxe version on different label
72 51 6 James Bay ~ Electric Light
73 82 33 Elton John ~ Diamonds
74 77 53 Imagine Dragons ~ Evolve
75 67 306 Guns N' Roses ~ Greatest Hits

76 92 73 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
77 91 285 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
78 46 3 Lily Allen ~ No Shame
79 81 10 Nines ~ Crop Circle
80 93 136 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
81 74 37 Pink ~ Beautiful Trauma
82 86 246 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
83 RE 84 Panic! At The Disco ~ Death of a Bachelor
84 57 31 Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds ~ Who Built the Moon?
85 83 28 Eminem ~ Revival
86 88 127 Adele ~ 25
87 76 7 Charlie Puth ~ Voicenotes
88 69 35 The Rolling Stones ~ Hot Rocks: 1964-1971
89 RE 12 Dannii Minogue ~ Neon Nights ****deluxe version
90 87 67 Shawn Mendes ~ Illuminate
91 RE 164 The Beatles ~ 1967-1970
92 100 104 Drake ~ Views
93 RE 71 Bruno Mars ~ 24K Magic
94 94 10 J. Cole ~ KOD
95 17 2 Christina Aguilera ~ Liberation
96 RE 74 Florence and The Machine ~ Ceremonials
97 95 71 Neil Diamond ~ All-Time Greatest Hits
98 RE 68 Years and Years ~ Communion
99 78 80**(196) The Stone Roses ~ The Stone Roses
100 RE 88 Ariana Grande ~ Dangerous Woman


Source: OCC / Radio 1

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

*Weeks on top 100 chart as listed on OCC site.
**Complete total of all entries in brackets.
***ACR affected tracks.
****Notes on special re-entries or other trivia
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Postby Robbie » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:02 pm

Charts analysis: George Ezra rides Shotgun to singles summit

by Alan Jones

His debut hit, Budapest, reached No.3 in 2013; his most recent hit, Paradise, reached No.2 in April; and this week George Ezra completes his collection of medal positions and secures his first No.1 with Shotgun.

Helped – as were the last two No.1s – by a reduction to 59p at iTunes, Shotgun’s consumption increased 41.97% to 53,696 last week, including 24,873 from sales-equivalent streams, enough to end the one week reign of Clean Bandit’s Solo (feat. Demi Lovato), which retreats again to No.2 but still has impetus, with sales up 13.20% week-on-week at 47,059.

In an era when collaborations of artists and writers are epidemic, Ezra is the sole artist and the sole writer credited on Shotgun, something last achieved on a No.1 single by Ed Sheeran with Perfect last December. Of 223 new No.1 singles this decade, Shotgun is only the ninth to be so credited – those that came before Perfect, from most recent to least recent being Mike Posner’s I Took A Pill In Ibiza, Mr. Probz’s Waves, Pharrell Williams’ Happy, Martin Garrix’s Animals, Sak Noel’s Loca People, Dizzee Rascal’s Dirtee Disco and Owl City’s Fireflies. I am aware that other people may be involved in some of the tracks – Sak Noel’s, for instance, has an uncredited vocal by Esthera Sarita – but am focusing on credited artists and writers. All of the above, you will note are males: for the last No.1 written and performed by a female soloist we have to go all the way back to 1997, when Tori Amos’ Professional Widow topped the list, admittedly with much of its appeal being generated by Armand Ven Helden’s dance remix.

In the first full week after his death, rapper Xxxtentacion’s three concurrent re-entries jump to new peaks, with Sad! climbing 31-5 (31,149 sales), Moonlight dashing 32-17 (19,633 sales) and Changes advancing 33-22 (17,334 sales).

There are new peaks in the Top 10 for If You’re Over Me (8-6, 30,432 sales) by Years & Years and I Like It (9-8, 29,528 sales) by Cardi B, Bad Bunny & J Balvin but not for Anne-Marie’s 2002, which spends its fifth straight week at No.3, while upping consumption to a personal best 36,790 units.

The rest of the Top 10: I’ll Be There (4-4, 32,177 sales) by Jess Glynne, Better Now (6-7, 29,680 sales) by Post Malone, Leave A Light On (7-9, 26,401 sales) by Tom Walker and One Kiss (10-10, 25,710 sales) by Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa.

After nine weeks in the top five – the last three of them at No.5 – Ariana Grande’s No Tears Left To Cry is the latest ACR casualty, dipping to No.23 (16,227 sales). On a more positive note, Grande grabs her 20th Top 75 hit, and featured vocalist Nicki Minaj her 45th, as their collaboration, The Light Is Coming, shines with an 86-57 (7,813 sales) improvement.

Cheat Codes have their fifth Top 40 hit and Little Mix their 20th, as their collaboration, Only You (No.32, 13,012 sales) is the week’s highest new entry.

Also new to the chart are: Ring Ring (No.40, 10,947 sales) by Jax Jones feat. Mabel & Rich The Kid; High Hopes (No.56, 7,974 sales), the second hit for Panic! At The Disco, which arrives on a flurry of BBC Radio 1 plays a little over 10 years after their first hit, Nine In The Afternoon, peaked at No.13; The Other Side (No.59, 7,648 sales) another hit from The Greatest Showman by Hugh Jackman & Zac Efron; Demi Lovato’s confessional 16th hit Sober (No.63, 7,130 sales); 079me (No.69, 6,447 sales), the second hit for London rapper B Young; Energy (Stay Far Away) (No.73, 6,105 sales) by Skepta & Wizkid; and Senseless (83-75, 5,978 sales), the fifth hit for Stefflon Don.

There are new peaks for: Youngblood (13-11, 24,382 sales) by 5 Seconds Of Summer, Rise (17-12, 23,996 sales) by Jonas Blue feat. Jack & Jack, Lucid Dreams (23-18, 19,236 sales) by Juice Wrld, Jackie Chan (35-20, 17,553 sales) by Tiesto & Dzeko feat. Preme & Post Malone, Oh My (34-31, 13,748 sales) by Dappy feat. Ay Em, Taste (42-34, 12,889 sales) by Tyga feat. Offset, Apes**t (43-36, 12,235 sales) by The Carters and Nevermind (47-39, 10,950 sales) by Dennis Lloyd.

Also: Fine Girl (50-45, 9,561 sales) by ZieZie, I Wanna Know (52-48, 9,209 sales) by NOTD feat. Bea Miller, Panic Room (55-50, 8,579 sales) by Au/Ra feat. CamelPhat, London (54-51, 8,541 sales) by AJ x Deno feat. EO and Colors (73-66, 6,937 sales) by Jason Derulo.

England are through to the knockout stages of the World Cup, helping their 1996 football anthem 3 Lions to make a further leap. Climbing 72-42 (10,684 sales), it still trails the No.27 peak it achieved when the World Cup was last staged in 2014, even though the team fell at the first hurdle then.

Overall singles sales are up 5.44% week-on-week to a six week high at 17,020,004, 28.24% above same week 2017 sales of 13,271,564. Streams accounted for 16,077,865 sales, 94.46% of the total. Paid-for sales are down 2.62% week-on-week at 942,139, and are 38.05% below same week 2017 sales of 1,520,687. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 256th week in a row.

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Postby Robbie » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:03 pm

Charts analysis: Greatest Showman set to surpass Adele's record-breaking run at top

by Alan Jones

It records its lowest weekly sales for nine weeks, but with consumption exceeding 20,000 copies for the 25th week in a row, The Motion Picture Cast Recording of The Greatest Showman is No.1 for the 21st time, and is now just two weeks behind matching the 21st century record of 23 weeks at No.1 set by Adele’s 21 in 2011/12.

As has happened several times during its domination of the chart, The Greatest Showman had to come from behind, not overhauling Panic! At The Disco’s Pray For The Wicked – which was in line to give the Las Vegas act its first chart-topper – until the final chart itself, eventually selling 26,771 copies (including 9,780 from sales-equivalent streams) to confirm its superiority.

Panic! At The Disco’s sixth studio album, Pray For The Wicked tops the vinyl and digital sales charts but was less popular on streaming platforms, and provides the act’s second No.2 album, on consumption of 24,720 units, emulating 2008 set Pretty Odd, which debuted and peaked at No.2 on sales of 28,015 copies in 2008 behind Duffy’s Rockferry. The most recent P!ATD album, Death Of A Bachelor, came close to matching that in 2016, when it debuted at No.4 on sales of 26,392 copies.

Panic! At The Disco's 2005 debut album, A Fever You Can't Sweat Out, made a much quieter start than any of its successors, making the Top 200 for the first time on its 16th week in the shops, and the Top 40 the following week before reaching its peak position of No.17 a further 12 weeks down the line. It has proved to be a great catalogue seller over the years however, with 402,983 sales to date. Cumulative consumption of albums by the act – formerly a group but now apparently just singer Brendan Urie – should breach the million mark in the next few days.

It is 20 years since Jane McDonald came to fame as the singer and breakthrough star of BBC documentary series The Cruise. She topped the chart later the same year, with her eponymous debut album selling 338,734 copies, and has remained in the public eye ever since, returning to the high seas for her Channel 5 series Cruising With Jane McDonald which, along with her frequent appearances in the panel of ITV’s Loose Women, has raised her profile considerably of late. The channel has even launched its own label for her eighth studio album, Cruising With…, which duly gives the 55-year-old Yorkshire native her fourth Top 10 album, debuting at No.6 (8,780 sales). Her highest charting set since 2000, it marks a big upturn in fortunes since her last album, Hold The Covers Back, which debuted and peaked at No.69 on sales of 1,637 copies a mere 33 weeks ago.

In the first full week since he was killed, rapper Xxxtentacion’s first and only two regular studio albums make further upwards progress. ? (Question Mark), which debuted and peaked at No.3 in March, jumps 9-4 (10,117 sales), while 17, which debuted and peaked at No.12 last September, climbs 13-11 (5,971 sales) to reach a new peak.

The rest of the Top 10: Staying At Tamara’s (2-3, 19,362 sales) by George Ezra, Beerbongs & Bentleys (8-7, 7,839 sales) by Post Malone, The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (4-8, 7,290 sales), Speak Your Mind (10-9, 6,674 sales) by Anne-Marie and Everything Is Love (5-10, 6,582 sales) by The Carters.

Exiting the Top 10: Youngblood (3-15, 3,903 sales) by 5 Seconds Of Summer and Call The Comet (7-48, 1,840 sales) by Johnny Marr.

Industrial rock veterans Nine Inch Nails have five Top 10 albums under their belt, most recently last album Hesitation Marks, which debuted and peaked at No.2 in 2013 on sales of 12,286 copies. Their follow-up, Bad Witch, doesn’t fare nearly as well, selling 4,772 copies to debut at No.12.

Saxophonist Kamasi Washington, from Los Angeles, laid down markers with 2015 debut The Epic (No.196) and 2017 follow-up, Harmony Of Difference (No.85). After impressing on Later…With Jools Holland, and with Street Fighter Mas getting plenty of plays on BBC 6 Music and Jazz FM, his latest album, Heaven & Earth, breaks his Top 75 duck in style, debuting at No.13 (4,620 sales).

The One Two (No.32, 2,663 sales) is the first album by London rap/trap/drill artist Headie One. Each and every one of its 16 tracks has explicit lyrics, something even the most potty-mouthed of rappers rarely achieve.

Bebe Rexha has participated in seven Top 75 hits, and cumulative UK sales of tracks on which she is featured stand at 3,173,470. Her debut album, Expectations, houses just one of those hits - the No.11 Florida Georgia Line collaboration Meant To Be – and opens its account at No.33 (2,555 sales).

No.1 with second album U.F.Orb in 1992, The Orb have fallen short of the Top 75 with their last four studio albums but return with No Sounds Are Out Of Bounds (No.51, 1,734 sales).

New York R&B singer Teyana Taylor makes her chart debut, with second album K.T.S.E. – on which Kanye West co-wrote and co-produced every track – entering at No.57 (1,579 sales).

Remastered and expanded, The Cure’s 1990 No.8 remix album, Mixed Up, re-enters at No.16 (3,779 sales); Garbage’s 1998 No.1 album, Version 2.0, is also remastered and expanded to mark its 20th birthday, and re-enters at No.71 (1,392 sales).

The Beatles’ chart-topping 2000 compilation 1 is back in the Top 40 for the first time since January 2016 (90-31, 2,704 sales) after Paul McCartney’s Carpool Karaoke appearance on The James Corden Show.

Overall album sales are down 7.18% week-on-week at 1,660,768, 2.09% below same week 2017 sales of 1,696,220. Streaming accounted for 974,493 sales – 58.68% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are down 20.76% week-on-week at 686,275, 29.37% below same week 2017 sales of 971,633.

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Postby borderwolf » Fri Jun 29, 2018 5:10 pm

There is a reason for that?

Official Albums Sales Chart Top 100
78
DEJA VU
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG

Official Physical Albums Chart Top 100
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DEJA VU
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Postby kingofskiffle » Fri Jun 29, 2018 8:59 pm

borderwolf wrote:There is a reason for that?

Official Albums Sales Chart Top 100
78
DEJA VU
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG

Official Physical Albums Chart Top 100
58
DEJA VU
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG
Digital sales of numbers 59-80 on the main chart? Don't forget that digital sells way more than physical.
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Postby SholasBoy » Fri Jun 29, 2018 10:46 pm

What is he talking about with Panic At The Disco? By my count, High Hopes marks their 8th top 75 hit, and their debut was "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", making no.25 in 2006.
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Postby Robbie » Fri Jun 29, 2018 11:18 pm

SholasBoy wrote:What is he talking about with Panic At The Disco? By my count, High Hopes marks their 8th top 75 hit, and their debut was "I Write Sins Not Tragedies", making no.25 in 2006.
I think Alan Jones has done a rudimentary search on Panic At The Disco and as they have only had one previous hit under that name he's assuming it's their second (even though the current hit has the exclamation mark "!" included after Panic - he's probably just not realised). Had he checked under "Panic! At The Disco" he would have found out it was indeed their 8th top 75 hit... 'Nine In The Afternoon' was credited to Panic without the "!" which is why I think he mentioned that as their first hit,
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Postby borderwolf » Sat Jun 30, 2018 5:03 am

kingofskiffle wrote:
borderwolf wrote:There is a reason for that?

Official Albums Sales Chart Top 100
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DEJA VU
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG

Official Physical Albums Chart Top 100
58
DEJA VU
CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG
Digital sales of numbers 59-80 on the main chart? Don't forget that digital sells way more than physical.
Ok, Kingo, but my surprise was for the sudden come back on the charts for that old album
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Postby Blondini » Sat Jun 30, 2018 1:55 pm

It's 4.99 on Amazon but not particularly high there. It may be in a sale somewhere else and is connected to Graham Nash releasing a new album on Friday just gone.
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Postby borderwolf » Sat Jun 30, 2018 4:55 pm

Probably. Thanks!
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