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Postby enJ0Yable » Sat May 20, 2017 3:33 pm

anpt, where do you get the full charts including record certifications from? Is there still a website that publishes them? Ah, and do you know what the Top 100 singlecharts at portuguesecharts.com are actually based on?
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Postby anpt » Thu May 25, 2017 11:03 am

1988

23-02-1988?
Dona---> a Minha Casinha (top 3 repeated in M&M?)

1 - MINHA CASINHA - XUTOS & PONTAPÉS
2 - DE VOLTA PRO ACONCHEGO - ELBA RAMALHO
3 - DONA - ROUPA NOVA
4 - YOU WIN AGAIN - BEE GEES
5 - CHINA IN YOUR HAND - T'PAU
6 - MONY MONY - BILLY IDOL
7 - BOYS - SABRINA
8 - SONG FOR NADIM - YANN ANDERSON
9 - ALWAYS ON MY MIND - PET SHOP BOYS
10 - WONDERFUL LIFE - BLACK

11-10-1988?
Im In Alu---> Hand In Hand (top 3 repeated in M&M?)

1 - HAND IN HAND - KOREANA
2 - JOANA - MARCO PAULO
3 - IM IN' ALU - OFRA HAZA
4 - YE KE YE KE - MORY KANTÉ
5 - AE AO - JULIO IGLÉSIAS
6 - FAST CAR - TRACY CHAPMAN
7 - HEY MANHATTAN - PREFAB SPROUT
8 - ONE MORE TRY - GEORGE MICHAEL
9 - I OWE YOU NOTHING - BROS
10 - PARADISE - SADE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Dy6fEu6p3w

1 - JOANA - MARCO PAULO
2 - IM IN' ALU - OFRA HAZA *
3 - HAND IN HAND - KOREANA *
4 - I OWE YOU NOTHING - BROS
5 - HEY MANHATTAN - PREFAB SPROUT
6 - FAST CAR - TRACY CHAPMAN
7 - YOU CAME - KIM WILDE
8 - YE KE YE KE - MORY KANTÉ
9 - ONE MORE TRY - GEORGE MICHAEL
10 - MY ARMS KEEP MISSING YOU - RICK ASTLEY
11 - HUNGRY EYES - ERIC CARMEN
12 - PARA TI MARIA - XUTOS & PONTAPÉS
13 - LOVE CHANGES (EVERYTHING) - CLIMIE FISHER
14 - THEME FROM S-EXPRESS - S-EXPRESS
15 - PERFECT - FAIRGROUND ATTRACTION
16 - HOT GIRL - SABRINA
17 - DOMINO DANCING - PET SHOP BOYS
18 - PARADISE - SADE
19 - SUPERSTITIOUS - EUROPE
20 - FOREVER YOUNG - ROD STEWART

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1989

11-03-1989 / Baby I Love you

26-08-1989 / Sassaricando

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There's no site with that kind of information.

http://portuguesecharts.com
http://topdisco.blogspot.com
others

I'm not familiarized with the top 100 singlecharts.

enJ0Yable wrote:anpt, where do you get the full charts including record certifications from? Is there still a website that publishes them? Ah, and do you know what the Top 100 singlecharts at portuguesecharts.com are actually based on?
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Postby LostAvenger » Thu May 25, 2017 12:23 pm

The top 100 singles chart is based on streaming & sales, but the chart is more like 95% streaming & 5% sales, if that.
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Postby enJ0Yable » Thu Jun 01, 2017 7:39 pm

anpt, there's no such information? But where do the certification remarks (OU for Gold, PL for Platinum) and the non-Hung-layout in this post from April 13 come from then?
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Postby anpt » Fri Jun 02, 2017 9:47 am

Only by e-mail.

Try contact Geral@afp.org.pt

https://wetransfer.com/downloads/80429c ... 438/e512f5

enJ0Yable wrote:anpt, there's no such information? But where do the certification remarks (OU for Gold, PL for Platinum) and the non-Hung-layout in this post from April 13 come from then?
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Postby anpt » Fri Jun 02, 2017 9:50 am

Best selling records in 2016

Top 10 with 9 portuguese records

#1 - Moura - Ana Moura
#2 - Leva-me A Sério - Agir

Data revealed last monday in a tv show about portuguese music. Did not find that information on the internet or elsewhere.

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Certifications 2017

PL - A HEAD FULL OF DREAMS - COLDPLAY (WARNER) 2017/2
3PL - BEST OF - MARIZA (WARNER) 2017/3
OU - RANCHO DE CANTADORES ... - RANCHO DE CANTADORES DE ALDEIA NOVA DE SÃO BENTO 2017/4
OU - NUA - GISELA JOÃO (EVC) 2017/6
PL - SEMPRE MAIS - TONY CARREIRA (SONY) 2017/7
÷ (DIVIDE) ED SHEERAN (WARNER) 2017/13
OU - POR AMOR - MATIAS DAMÁSIO (SONY) 2017/18
OU - ILLUMINATE - SHAWN MENDES (UNIVERSAL) 2017/18
OU - RAQUEL - RAQUEL TAVARES (SONY) 2017/19
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Postby enJ0Yable » Wed Jun 07, 2017 5:03 pm

anpt wrote:Only by e-mail.

Try contact Geral@afp.org.pt
I did. Let's see if there'll be an answer :) Thanks for this helpful remark!
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Postby travextina » Thu Jun 29, 2017 6:55 pm

More single number ones from 2008-2012

2006 Nielsen
HUNG UP - MADONNA

2008

Nude, Radiohead
Shakira Featuring Carlos Santana - Illegal
Nelly Furtado - Say It Right
The Story (I Was Made For You), Brandi Carlile
So What, Pink
Love In This Club, Usher Featuring Young Jeezy -
Cancao Do Orelhinhas, Orelhinhas Schnuffel
Sempre Que Eu Te Ve
jo (Sinto Um Desejo), 4 Taste
4 Minutes, Madonna Featuring Justin Timberlake
Mercy, Duffy
Kiss Me, Oh Kiss Me, David Fonseca
Kizomba Brasil, Kizomba Brasil
Kalemba (Wegue Wegue), Buraka Som Sistema
Mariah Carey ~ All I Want For Christmas Is You 1
The Power Of Love (La Fuerza Mayor), Il Divo
Don't Believe In Love, Dido
Katy Perry - Hot N Cold
jason mraz & colbie caillat lucky
eminem feat. rihanna love the way you lie
rihanna only girl (in the world)
take that the flood
the black eyed peas the time (dirty bit)
israel "iz" kamakawiwo'ole over the rainbow
taio cruz feat. kylie minogue higher
edward maya & vika jigulina stereo love
adele someone like you
pablo alboran feat. carminho perdoname
a r rahman & pussycat dolls feat. nicole scherzinger jai ho! (you are my destiny)
david guetta feat. kelly rowland when love takes over 3
michael jackson thriller
the black eyed peas boom boom pow 1
beyonce halo 2
hoje gaivota 2
michael andrews feat. gary jules mad world 2
the script the man who can’t be moved
leona lewis run
tony carreira porque e que vens? 3
buraka som sistema kalemba (wegue wegue) 5
il divo the power of love (la fuerza mayor) 4
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Postby anpt » Tue Jul 11, 2017 9:42 am

Singles - number ones from 2000-2004

2004
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https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Nummer-eins-Hits_in_Portugal_(2004)
http://top40-charts.com/chart.php?cid=20&date=2004-12-25

(...)
2 Rosa - Rodrigo Leão
3 Força - Nelly Furtado
2 Um Amor Infinito - Madredeus
3 Left Outside Alone - Anastacia
1 Solitary Man - HIM
3 Try - Nelly Furtado
1 Toxic - Britney Spears
2 Amazing - George Michael
5 My Immortal - Evanescence
3 Looking For Something - Era
2 Lose Yourself - Eminem

2003
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https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Nummer-eins-Hits_in_Portugal_(2003)

2 Looking For Something - Era
1 Remixed & Revisited - Madonna
1 Já Sei Namorar - Tribalistas
1 Ka-Ching! - Shania Twain
1 Frantic - Mettalica
1 Chasm - Wail
2 White Flag - Dido
1 Wildest Dreams - Iron Maiden
5+1 Um Pouco Mais De Azul - Moderados de Paranhos
6+5 Sing For The Moment - Eminem
1 There There - Radiohead
1 Mobscene - Marilyn Manson
1 American Life - Madonna
1 All The Things She Said- t.A.T.u.
1 The Bitter End - Placebo
11+5 Lose Yourself - Eminem
5+1 Feel - Robbie Williams

2002

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https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Nummer-eins-Hits_in_Portugal_(2002)
http://top40-charts.com/chart.php?cid=20&date=2003-01-01

3 - Feel - Robbie Williams
2 - Here I Am - Bryan Adams
1 - Die Another Day - Madonna
2+3 Electrical Storm - U2
2 - Asereje - Las Ketchup
2 - Whenever Wherever - Shakira
3+5 A Little Less Conversation - JLX VS Elvis
1 - Underneath Your Clothes - Shakira
2-1 Mundial - Paulo Gonzo
1+1 Quero Uma Casa Deste Tamanho - Luis Represas
1 - Marchas Populares - Entre Vozes
1 - From Sarah With Love - Sarah Connor
1 - Marcha Do Sporting - Maria José Valério
1 - Paid My Dues - Anastacia
3-2 Gabriel - Lamb
1 - Believe In me - Lenny Kravitz
1 - Tainted Love - Marylin Manson
5 - Freeek! - George Michael
1-1 Touch Me - Rui Da Silva
4+3 Something Stupid - Robbie Williams / Nicole kidman
1-1 Out Of Reach - Gabrielle
2 - Can't Get Out ... - Kylie Minogue
2 - Walk On - U2

Some diferences like "Out Of reach" - http://arquivo.pt/wayback/20020316112452/http://netparque.sapo.pt/print/XJi0/313997.html

2001
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https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der_Nummer-eins-Hits_in_Portugal_(2001)

6 Can't Get Out ... - Kylie Minogue
0+1 Bohemian Loke You - Dandy Warhols
1 - Turn Off The Radio - Nelly Furtado
2-1 Hero - Enrique Iglesias
1-1 You Rock My World - Michael Jackson
1-1 Angel - Shaggy
8-8 Lady Marmelade - Christina Aguilera,
0+1 Gabriel - Lamb
0+3 Question Of Love - The Gift
0+1 Crystal - New Order
0+4 The Last Good Day Of The Year - Cousteau
0+1 Hidden Place - Bjork
0+2 Distractions - Zero 7 & Sia Furler
4-1 Elevation - U2
0+2 Radio No 1 - Air
0+3 Water Skin - The Gift
3 Thank You - Dido
2 I'm like A Bird - Nelly Furtado
1 Pyramid Song - Radiohead
3 Back To School - Deftones
12 Touch Me - Rui da Silva
4 One More Time - Daft Punk
1 My Generation - Limp Biskit
1 Lady (Hear Me Tonight) - Modjo

"You Rock My World", "Angel" and "Lady Marmelade" don't appear as no. 1 in http://top40-charts.com

2000
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3 Lady (Hear Me Tonight) - Modjo
2 Encontrei - Marco
7 Beautiful Day - U2
1 No Meu Corpo - Gonçalo
1 It Feels So Good - Sonique

(...)

Links:

http://top40-charts.com/chart.php?cid=20
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liste_der ... n_Portugal
http://ptcharts.blogspot.pt/
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Postby thass_hot » Thu Sep 07, 2017 12:00 pm

Hi guys! Though this thread started over 10 years ago is always good to find some portuguese people here! I'm trying to build a complete album archive. I already have a little archive. Trying to build especially from the 90s.

For those of non-portuguese, I'll try to explain how the music industry works in Portugal (if we have one). Other portuguese people correct me if I'm wrong!

Portugal has around 10 million inhabitants, but the GDP per capita is one of the lowest of the EU (at least until the last Eastern Europe arrived), so the market isn't as big as other countries with the same population!

In the 2nd half of the 90s until 2000 album sales were good in Portugal, but after that plummeted for 2 main reasons: illegal downloads and economic crisis.
In Portugal there was absolutely no control on music piracy (it was really common to see people selling pirate albums on street markets), so people were downloading music illegally as nothing was happening to them.
After 2000 Portugal started to suffer an economic crisis, and first things people cut are superfluous good - music (especially when you have a much cheaper alternative - piracy)

In late 90s the average #1 album was selling 9-10k a week and tipically the #1 was popular music (because the general public was buying music).
Such small market had to be affected with the arrival of megastores (FNAC and Worten), so traditional record stores in Portugal were closing.

In the early 00s Portugal approved legislation that forced radios to play at least 50% of portuguese music, so that's why international titles became rarer and rarer on the portuguese charts, as music purchases are heavily influenced by radio airplay. Although payola is illegal in US I seriously believe is a common system in Portugal (this is just my belief).

Another phenomenon happening in Portugal from mid-00s is the 'infantilization' of the charts, as titles such Morangos, DZRT, Floribella, Panda... were dominating charts along with music played on the AC radio (RFM, Comercial) meaning only children and adults were buying music. Teens and young people were downloading.

Something I don't understand is how such a small market divides its album chart is compilation and artists (which i'm personally against even in bigger markets like UK).

Another thing happening was that we had 2 music chart shows Top + (general albums) and Made in Portugal (portuguese music only). The thing is that the first one was compiled by AFP and only labels registered there were elegible to make into the chart, that's why a lot of musica pimba (our popular - to say the least music) were not making into the main chart (though selling thousands of records). Another curiosity is Adele's 21. Her label wasn't registered on AFP so the album debuted only in the 50th week of 2011 (though being always in the top 10 of FNAC).

This is a reflection on the music market, but also a big criticism of our (lack of) music industry, being AFP a joke!
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Postby john2000 » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:03 pm

Portugal is a small coutry with a small music industry. So not surprising. Afp does not even have a website anymore.

Having said that, hundreds of albums were certified back in the days and that would be great if one day someone publish the full list if it still exist.
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Postby thass_hot » Thu Sep 07, 2017 6:23 pm

People in the 90s were saying that sometimes an album was already platinum by the day it was released. Certifications were given by shipments, not sales. I really doubt that they were counting unit by unit, store by store!
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Postby maroon » Fri Sep 08, 2017 8:52 pm

thass_hot wrote:People in the 90s were saying that sometimes an album was already platinum by the day it was released. Certifications were given by shipments, not sales. I really doubt that they were counting unit by unit, store by store!
Before streaming appeared, certifications were based on shipments in practically EVERY country of the world.
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Postby thass_hot » Sat Sep 09, 2017 5:59 pm

maroon wrote:
thass_hot wrote:People in the 90s were saying that sometimes an album was already platinum by the day it was released. Certifications were given by shipments, not sales. I really doubt that they were counting unit by unit, store by store!
Before streaming appeared, certifications were based on shipments in practically EVERY country of the world.
I'm not talking about certifications, my point was that in such small country where it's easier to track sales no one know albums sales like in US and UK!
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Postby BlueScorpion » Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:48 am

@thass_hot, I hope you succeed on your archives. :D

The music industry here is a hot mess. I never take the "Portuguese Singles Chart" seriously because 1) Does it truly exist? 2) Is it based on WHAT, exactly?

I ONLY remember checking the AFP website a few years ago and their only official chart was a ringtone one. :lol: They updated it on a weekly basis. Probably doesn't even exist anymore.
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Postby maroon » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:42 am

The Portuguese singles chart does exist now and it's a Top 100 based mostly on streaming.
It can be found here: http://www.portuguesecharts.com/weekchart.asp?cat=s
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Postby BlueScorpion » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:57 am

Thanks, Maroon! :)
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Postby maroon » Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:24 pm

You're welcome. By the way I love how the Top 2 is by Spanish-language tracks. :lol:
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Postby BlueScorpion » Sun Sep 10, 2017 12:36 pm

Spanish music is all over the place here. A success in streaming platforms and radio stations also play it a lot.
Notice the only national song here goes as high as #75 on our chart. :o
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Postby thass_hot » Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:25 pm

BlueScorpion wrote:Spanish music is all over the place here. A success in streaming platforms and radio stations also play it a lot.
Notice the only national song here goes as high as #75 on our chart. :o
The irony is that the album chart titles are more than 50% portuguese, but portuguese songs are nowhere to be found on the singles chart, which leads us to the question: is the album chart relevant?
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Postby BlueScorpion » Sun Sep 10, 2017 1:44 pm

If in the USA an album tops the Billboard 200 with like 50k sold, can you imagine how much does a #1 selling album here? :lol:
Sure utterly irrelevant.
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Postby maroon » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:38 pm

thass_hot wrote:
BlueScorpion wrote:Spanish music is all over the place here. A success in streaming platforms and radio stations also play it a lot.
Notice the only national song here goes as high as #75 on our chart. :o
The irony is that the album chart titles are more than 50% portuguese, but portuguese songs are nowhere to be found on the singles chart, which leads us to the question: is the album chart relevant?
The same can be said about the "singles chart". It's impossible that no Portuguese songs are popular in Portugal. It's just Spotify that ruins the charts as they create playlists dominated by overplayed international hits and most people just put them on as a background of their daily activities, that's how it leads to those ridiculous charts in many countries. The same is going on in my office, if it weren't for me and some other colleagues who actually care about what's being played, we'd be listening to the fricking Bieber, Perry, Sheeran, Drake, Lovato, Rihanna and hundreds of urban starlets every day as they're just a "default choice" when putting a random "current" playlist on. Album charts are actually a breath of fresh air because in spite of sinking sales-wise they still offer a wide variety of styles, genres, artists, languages and are much more dynamic.
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Postby LostAvenger » Sun Sep 10, 2017 3:56 pm

"Sua Cara" is at #13 though sung in Brazilian Portuguese.
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Postby thass_hot » Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:20 pm

maroon wrote:
thass_hot wrote:
BlueScorpion wrote:Spanish music is all over the place here. A success in streaming platforms and radio stations also play it a lot.
Notice the only national song here goes as high as #75 on our chart. :o
The irony is that the album chart titles are more than 50% portuguese, but portuguese songs are nowhere to be found on the singles chart, which leads us to the question: is the album chart relevant?
The same can be said about the "singles chart". It's impossible that no Portuguese songs are popular in Portugal. It's just Spotify that ruins the charts as they create playlists dominated by overplayed international hits and most people just put them on as a background of their daily activities, that's how it leads to those ridiculous charts in many countries. The same is going on in my office, if it weren't for me and some other colleagues who actually care about what's being played, we'd be listening to the fricking Bieber, Perry, Sheeran, Drake, Lovato, Rihanna and hundreds of urban starlets every day as they're just a "default choice" when putting a random "current" playlist on. Album charts are actually a breath of fresh air because in spite of sinking sales-wise they still offer a wide variety of styles, genres, artists, languages and are much more dynamic.
But you have radios playing at least 50% of portuguese music and singles chart having few portuguese artists. General public don't choose what radios play, but they choose what they listen to... So, if radios were free to play whatever they wanted too their playlists would be different.
Singles charts all over the place passed through a lot of changes: before it was the jukebox, then the physical singles sales, digital songs, streaming... Who knows what's gonna happen in the future?
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Postby LostAvenger » Sun Sep 10, 2017 4:55 pm

Official Portuguese Top 20 airplay chart from Radiomonitor: http://radioairplay.fm/classifiche-musi ... o-airplay/
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