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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 17:48

    Official Singles Chart Top 100
    13 September 2019 - 19 September 2019


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

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

    1 1 7* Ed Sheeran ft Stormzy / Jayke and Aitch ~ Take Me Back To London
    2 3 6 Aitch ~ Taste (Make It Shake)
    3 2 11 Kygo and Whitney Houston ~ Higher Love
    4 4 28 AJ Tracey ~ Ladbroke Grove
    5 11 2 Post Malone ~ Circles
    6 6 10 Joel Corry ~ Sorry
    7 5 19 Dominic Fike ~ 3 Nights
    8 7 13 Lil Tecca ~ Ransom
    9 10 14 Young T & Bugsey ft Aitch ~ Strike a Pose
    10 14 10 Post Malone ft Young Thug ~ Goodbyes
    11 NE 1 Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
    12 8 8 Sam Smith ~ How Do You Sleep?
    13 13 4 Headie One ~ Both
    14 12 12 Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello ~ Señorita ***
    15 25 4 Regard ~ Ride It
    16 16 10 Sam Feldt ft Rani ~ Post Malone
    17 15 14 Mabel ~ Mad Love
    18 18 4 Jorja Smith ft Burna Boy ~ Be Honest
    19 31 6 Tones and I ~ Dance Monkey
    20 NE 1 Stormzy ~ Sounds Of The Skeng
    21 NE 1 Aitch ft ZieZie ~ Buss Down

    22 17 6 Ariana Grande and Social House ~ Boyfriend
    23 26 13 Dermot Kennedy ~ Outnumbered
    24 19 11 Ed Sheeran ft Khalid ~ Beautiful People ***
    25 23 9 Jax Jones and Bebe Rexha ~ Harder
    26 20 13 Freya Ridings ~ Castles
    27 21 37 Lewis Capaldi ~ Someone You Loved ***
    28 24 15 Tiësto, Jonas Blue and Rita Ora ~ Ritual
    29 30 20 Lizzo ~ Truth Hurts
    30 27 17 Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber ~ I Don't Care ***
    31 22 4 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    32 29 25 Lil Nas X ft Billy Ray Cyrus ~ Old Town Road ***
    33 32 6 Lauv and Anne-Marie ~ F**k, I'm Lonely
    34 33 4 Normani ~ Motivation
    35 9 10 Mist ft Fredo ~ So High ***
    36 28 12 Taylor Swift ~ You Need To Calm Down
    37 34 24 Billie Eilish ~ Bad Guy ***
    38 NE 1 Camila Cabello ~ Liar
    39 35 19 Lewis Capaldi ~ Hold Me While You Wait ***
    40 47 4 Miley Cyrus ~ Slide Away

    41 37 11 Y2K and BBno$ ~ Lalala
    42 38 16 Sigala and Becky Hill ~ Wish You Well ***
    43 NE 1 Aitch ft Tyreezy ~ Already
    44 39 9 Krept and Konan ft Headie One and K-Trap ~ I Spy
    45 40 27 Dave ft Burna Boy ~ Location ***
    46 51 7 Mahalia ft Burna Boy ~ Simmer
    47 45 19 Becky Hill and Weiss ~ I Could Get Used To This
    48 NE 1 Professor Green ft Alice Chater ~ Got It All
    49 43 10 Wiley ft Tory Lanez, Kranium and Dappy ~ My One
    50 NE 1 Camila Cabello ~ Shameless
    51 36 3 Taylor Swift ~ The Man
    52 46 20 Stormzy ~ Vossi Bop ***
    53 77 12 Lil Nas X ~ Panini ***
    54 49 14 Chris Brown ft Drake ~ No Guidance ***
    55 48 6 Solardo and Eli Brown ~ XTC
    56 42 3 Lana Del Rey ~ Doin' Time
    57 56 5 Megan Thee Stallion ft Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign ~ Hot Girl Summer
    58 66 4 Sam Fender ~ Will We Talk?
    59 62 2 Raye ~ Love Me Again
    60 55 7 Lizzo ~ Good As Hell ***
    61 52 26 Meduza ft Goodboys ~ Piece Of Your Heart ***
    62 54 3 5 Seconds of Summer ~ Teeth
    63 57 77 George Ezra ~ Shotgun ***
    64 61 50 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper ~ Shallow ***
    65 63 25 Russ (Splash) and Tion Wayne ~ Keisha & Becky ***
    66 65 35 Calvin Harris and Rag'n'Bone Man ~ Giant ***
    67 60 4 Swae Lee ft Drake ~ Won't Be Late
    68 53 2 Deno ft DigDat ~ Change
    69 44 2 Lana Del Rey ~ Norman F**king Rockwell
    70 NE 1 Yves V ft Afrojack and Icona Pop ~ We Got That Cool
    71 71 34 Mabel ~ Don't Call Me Up ***
    72 64 13 Drake ft Rick Ross ~ Money In the Grave ***
    73 RE 15 Lewis Capaldi ~ Bruises ***
    74 72 47 Ava Max ~ Sweet But Psycho ***
    75 75 35 Tom Walker ~ Just You and I ***

    76 68 7 The Chainsmokers and Illenium ft Lennon Stella ~ Takeaway
    77 NE 1 Billie Eilish ~ All The Good Girls Go To Hell
    78 96 8 Amy Wadge ~ Faith's Song
    79 69 5 Katy Perry ~ Small Talk
    80 76 11 Koffee ~ Toast
    81 86 2 Lil Tecca ~ Love Me
    82 RE 7 Sam Fender ~ Hypersonic Missiles
    83 81 5 Kojo Funds ft WizKid ~ I Like
    84 NE 1 Jax Jones ft Ella Henderson ~ This Is Real
    85 73 12 Stormzy ~ Crown ***
    86 67 2 Jax Jones and Tove Lo ~ Jacques
    87 93 2 Ava Max ~ Torn
    88 41 10 D-Block Europe ~ Home P*ssy ***
    89 79 15 Katy Perry ~ Never Really Over ***
    90 80 22 Avicii ft Aloe Blacc ~ SOS ***
    91 78 14 CamelPhat and Jake Bugg ~ Be Someone
    92 83 9 Remedee ft Not3s and Young Adz ~ Love Of My Life
    93 87 3 Lil Tjay ~ FN
    94 NE 1 Sam Fender ~ The Borders
    95 85 11 Dave and AJ Tracey ~ Thiago Silva ***
    96 98 219 The Killers ~ Mr. Brightside ***
    97 NE 1 Leftwing:Kody ~ I Feel It
    98 84 2 Lil Tecca ~ Did It Again ***
    99 91 4 Khalid ft A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie ~ Right Back
    100 RE 49 Pinkfong ~ Baby Shark



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    Official Albums Chart Top 100
    13 September 2019 - 19 September 2019


    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.

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

    1 NE 1* Post Malone ~ Hollywood's Bleeding
    2 2 9 Ed Sheeran ~ No. 6 Collaborations Project
    3 NE 1 Aitch ~ Aitch2O
    4 3 3 Taylor Swift ~ Lover
    5 5 17 Lewis Capaldi ~ Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
    6 NE 1 Status Quo ~ Backbone
    7 1 2 Lana Del Rey ~ Norman F**king Rockwell!
    8 NE 1 Melanie Martinez ~ K-12 (OST)
    9 19 36 Jax Jones ~ Snacks ****newly released official album called Snacks (subtitled as "Supersize" online but not on physical copies) is now combined with original "EP" called Snacks - confusingly
    10 9 24 Billie Eilish ~ When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
    11 NE 1 Belinda Carlisle ~ Gold
    12 11 90 Motion Picture Cast - The Greatest Showman ~ The Greatest Showman
    13 NE 1 Bat For Lashes ~ Lost Girls
    14 NE 1 Black Star Riders ~ Another State Of Grace

    15 14 47 Queen ~ Bohemian Rhapsody (OST)
    16 12 132 Ed Sheeran ~ ÷ (Divide)
    17 16 77 George Ezra ~ Staying At Tamara's
    18 15 2 Lil Tecca ~ We Love You Tecca
    19 17 3 Headie One ~ Music x Road (mixtape)
    20 23 96 Elton John ~ Diamonds
    21 22 43 Fleetwood Mac ~ 50 Years: Don't Stop
    22 21 6 Mabel ~ High Expectations
    23 20 72 Post Malone ~ Beerbongs & Bentleys
    24 27 119 Dua Lipa ~ Dua Lipa
    25 25 62 Billie Eilish ~ Don't Smile At Me
    26 NE 1 Iggy Pop ~ Free
    27 26 31 Ariana Grande ~ Thank U, Next
    28 NE 1 Mahalia ~ Love and Compromise
    29 30 49 Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper / Motion Picture Cast ~ A Star Is Born
    30 29 48 Jess Glynne ~ Always In Between
    31 32 374 Eminem ~ Curtain Call: The Hits
    32 NE 1 Chrissie Hynde with The Valve Bone Woe Ensemble ~ Valve Bone Woe
    33 28 314 Oasis ~ Time Flies... 1994-2009
    34 24 49 Travis Scott ~ Astroworld
    35 8 2 Kano ~ Hoodies All Summer
    36 77 12 Mark Ronson ~ Late Night Feelings
    37 18 5 Slipknot ~ We Are Not Your Kind
    38 34 801 Fleetwood Mac ~ Rumours
    39 4 2 Tool ~ Fear Inoculum
    40 31 273 Ed Sheeran ~ ×

    41 38 227 The Beatles ~ 1
    42 33 8 Freya Ridings ~ Freya Ridings
    43 6 324 Oasis ~ Definitely Maybe
    44 37 63 Drake ~ Scorpion
    45 35 906 ABBA ~ Gold: Greatest Hits
    46 78 11 Kylie ~ Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection
    47 43 27 Dave ~ Psychodrama
    48 39 894 Bob Marley and The Wailers ~ Legend
    49 36 143 The Killers ~ Direct Hits
    50 48 290 Whitney Houston ~ The Ultimate Collection
    51 40 13 Lizzo ~ Cuz I Love You
    52 41 401 Oasis ~ (What's the Story) Morning Glory?
    53 46 28 Tom Walker ~ What A Time To Be Alive
    54 52 147 David Bowie ~ Legacy
    55 44 38 Gerry Cinnamon ~ Erratic Cinematic
    56 71 78 XXXTentacion ~ ? ****deluxe version released
    57 NE 1 Professor Green ~ M.O.T.H. (MA)
    58 42 329 Foo Fighters ~ Greatest Hits
    59 47 137 Post Malone ~ Stoney
    60 58 7 Burna Boy ~ African Giant
    61 55 125 George Michael ~ Twenty Five
    62 57 412 Michael Jackson ~ Number Ones
    63 59 313 Arctic Monkeys ~ AM
    64 13 4 Bon Iver ~ i,i
    65 NE 1 Echo and The Bunnymen ~ The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983
    66 50 20 Pink ~ Hurts 2B Human
    67 65 257 Sam Smith ~ In The Lonely Hour
    68 49 4 Young Thug ~ So Much Fun
    69 64 260 Queen ~ The Platinum Collection (Greatest Hits I, II & III)
    70 56 61 Motion Picture Cast - Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again ~ Mamma Mia!, Here We Go Again
    71 76 23 Khalid ~ Free Spirit
    72 66 7 NF ~ The Search
    73 70 253 Arctic Monkeys ~ Whatever People Say I Am, That's What I'm Not
    74 61 11 Chris Brown ~ Indigo
    75 67 41 Clean Bandit ~ What Is Love?

    76 45 157 Adele ~ 25
    77 60 386 Ed Sheeran ~ +
    78 73 188 Red Hot Chili Peppers ~ Greatest Hits
    79 10 2 Sheryl Crow ~ Threads
    80 74 31 AJ Tracey ~ AJ Tracey
    81 85 48 Green Day ~ Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band
    82 75 41 Mabel ~ Ivy To Roses (MA)
    83 69 39 Shawn Mendes ~ Shawn Mendes
    84 79 42 Rita Ora ~ Phoenix
    85 62 35 The 1975 ~ A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships
    86 72 206 Jess Glynne ~ I Cry When I Laugh
    87 NE 1 Miles Davis ~ Rubberband
    88 81 127 Stevie Wonder ~ The Definitive Collection
    89 68 54 Ariana Grande ~ Sweetener
    90 80 72 Anne-Marie ~ Speak Your Mind
    91 83 46 Sigala ~ Brighter Days
    92 NE 1 The Highwomen ~ The Highwomen
    93 82 2 Wstrn ~ Wstrn Season Vol. 2
    94 89 84 Stormzy ~ Gang Signs & Prayer
    95 87 21 Jack Savoretti ~ Singing To Strangers
    96 86 115 Maroon 5 ~ Singles
    97 54 271 Adele ~ 21
    98 90 54 Eminem ~ Kamikaze
    99 7 2 The S.L.P. ~ The S.L.P.
    100 51 3 Brockhampton ~ Ginger



    here's the video streaming chart link

    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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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 18:06

    I'm confused now. OCC are listing the album version of Jax Jones' "EP" Snacks as a climber. Yet on the additional charts such as sales and downloads it is listed as new. So have they combined the versions or not? The album Snacks is listed under the subtitle (Supersize) online but the physical album itself is just called Snacks. I don't think he should have all the versions combined. He hasn't even deleted the original release, and this album has both clean and explicit versions. So he's milking it like mad.

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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 18:17

    Do you think he really minds either way? I mean people are only gonna listen to each song one at a time anyway so it doesn't really matter which version it comes from so long as they're listening to it.

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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 18:27

    Charts analysis: Aitch chases Ed Sheeran and Stormzy

    by Alan Jones

    Take Me Back To London is No.1 for the third straight week for Ed Sheeran feat. Stormzy, becoming the fourth of Sheeran’s eight chart-toppers to spend more than a fortnight at the summit, while increasing his overall tenure of the top spot to 36 weeks. It does so on consumption of 59,683 units - a 10.40% decline week-on-week – including 54,936 from sales-equivalent streams.

    Powered by streaming of his No.1 new album, Hollywood’s Bleeding, Circles surges 11-5 (39,297 sales) to become Post Malone’s eighth Top 10 single. It is joined in the top tier by Goodbyes (feat. Young Thug), which bounces 14-10 (32,050 sales), and had its only previous week in the Top 10 nine week ago, when it debuted at No.5. Malone also secures his 17th Top 75 entry and the week’s highest new entry with the title track of Hollywood’s Bleeding (No.11, 30,223 sales). All of the other tracks from the album are ‘starred-out’ of the Top 75, contributing 14 of the record 26 titles that are ‘starred-out’ of the Top 75 under the rule that restricts primary artists to three concurrent chart entries. The most-consumed of these is Take What You Want by Post Malone feat. Ozzy Osbourne & Travis Scott, which would be No.13 (28,079 sales), followed immediately by another Post Malone title, Saint-Tropez (27,055 sales).

    After a fortnight at No.2, Higher Love moves into slightly lower orbit for Kygo & Whitney Houston, falling to No.3 (43,364 sales) as it swaps places with Manchester rapper Aitch’s Taste (Make It Shake) (3-2, 45,842 sales), which receives a big boost from the release of his new EP Aitch2O. Said EP also spawns new hits (Aitch’s fifth and sixth) in the form of Buss Down (feat. ZieZie, No.21, 20,220 sales) and Already (feat. Treezy, No.43, 10,977 sales.). Five more songs from Aitch2O are ‘starred-out’ of the Top 75 while Strike A Pose – the Young T & Bugsey hit on which Aitch is featured – is up for the sixth straight week, advancing 10-9 (32,592 sales). Higher Love, incidentally, remains atop the paid-for sales chart, with a further 5,655 copies being purchased in the latest frame.

    The rest of the Top 10: Ladbroke Grove (4-4, 39,409 sales) by AJ Tracey, Sorry (6-6, 36,271 sales) by Joel Corry, 3 Nights (5-7, 35,912 sales) by Dominic Fike and Ran$om (7-8, 32,938 sales) by Lil Tecca.

    After eight weeks in the Top 10, So High is hit by ACR and dives 9-35 (14,156 sales) for Mist feat. Fredo. Also departing the Top 10 is How Do You Sleep? (8-12, 29,923 sales) by Sam Smith.

    Vossi Bop got to No.1 and Crown to No.4, and now Sounds Of The Skeng – the third single from Stormzy’s upcoming second album – debuts at No.20 (21,441 sales), becoming his 25th hit.

    No date has yet been set for the release of Camila Cabello’s second solo album, Romance, but two simultaneously released singles from the set make their chart debuts this week – Liar at No.38 (13,208 sales) and Shameless at No.50 (9,566 sales).

    Also new to the Top 75: Got It All (feat. Alice Chater, No.48, 9,892 sales), Professor Green’s 14th hit in all, but first since 2014; and We Got The Cool (No.70, 5,979 sales), the first hit for Belgian DJ Yves V, the ninth hit for featured Dutch DJ Afrojack and the third hit for featured Swedish vocal duo Icona Pop.

    Kosovan DJ Regard’s debut hit Ride It continues its brisk climb, advancing 25-15 (23,169 sales).

    No.1 in her native Australia for the sixth week in a row – among songs by female solo artists only Kylie Minogue’s 1987 debut The Locomotion has endured longer – Dance Monkey by 19-year-old singer/songwriter Tones And I, has also topped the chart in Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Norway and Sweden. Previously climbing 60-48-40-31 here, it picks up speed this week, jumping 31-19 (22,058 sales)

    No.2 in his native Ireland for three weeks in July/August, 27-year-old singer/songwriter Dermot Kennedy’s first hit, Outnumbered, improves its chart position here for the 10th week in a row, advancing 26-23 (19,980 sales).

    There are also new peaks for: Truth Hurts (30-29, 17,210 sales) by Lizzo, Slide Away (47-40, 12,767 sales) by Miley Cyrus, Simmer (51-46, 10,465 sales) by Mahalia feat. Burna Boy, Will We Talk (66-58, 7,981 sales) by Sam Fender and Love Me Again (62-59, 7,815 sales) by Raye.

    Overall singles sales are up 1.01% week-on-week at 18,703,872, 21.83% above same week 2018 sales of 15,352,291. Paid-for sales are down 3.22% week-on-week at 616,852, and are 28.18% below same week 2018 sales of 858,919. It is their lowest level since chart week 10, 2005 (Music Week publication date 19 March 2005) – before downloads were counted - when they were 523,223. They are below same week, previous year sales for the 319th week in a row.

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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 18:28

    Charts analysis: Post Malone scores second No.1

    by Alan Jones

    Rapper Post Malone scores his second consecutive No.1 album, as third studio set Hollywood’s Bleeding debuts atop the chart on consumption of 33,728 units (including 29,437 from sales-equivalent streams). It does so just 16 months after his second album – Beerbongs & Bentleys – opened its account at the summit with a first-week tally of 43,190 units. In the Top 75 continuously for the 72 weeks that have elapsed since its release, Beerbongs & Bentleys slips a little this week, falling 20-23, with consumption of 2,740 units raising its cumulative tally to 399,824. Malone’s 2016 debut album, Stoney - which had first week sales of 3,066, took eight weeks to make the Top 75 and 45 weeks to secure its only week in the Top 10 – also slips this week, falling 47-59, with consumption of 1,642 units lifting its lifetime tally to 315,201.

    Two tracks from Hollywood’s Bleeding that were already in the singles chart are joined by a third, while the primary artist cap means the 24 year-old New Yorker also has 14 tracks ‘starred-out’ of The Top 75.

    Home-grown rap also makes a big impact this week, with 19-year-old Mancunian Aitch making his album chart debut with second EP, Aitch2O – eight songs and 24 minutes of music, including his introductory Top 10 single, Taste (Make It Shake) - powering to a No.3 debut on consumption of 11,937 units. It’s an impressive first frame for the set, considering his 2017 EP, On Your Marks, failed to make the Top 200.

    Charting for the third time since founder member Rick Parfitt's death in December 2016 but for the first time with a studio album, Status Quo secure the 47th Top 75 album of their career, and 25th Top 10 album with Backbone debuting at No.6 (9,049 sales). The band’s other founder member, lead singer and lead guitarist Francis Rossi, continues to lead the band, and turned 70 in May.

    It is more than four years since her first album, Cry Baby, debuted and peaked at No.32, and although she has still to have a hit single, 24 year old singer/songwriter Melanie Martinez from New York makes a strong No.8 debut (7,470 sales) with follow-up K-12, which is a concept album, following the life of the aforementioned Cry Baby, and addressing issues like bulimia, self-worth and social pressures. Its release was preceded by the release of animated videos of each track, and a 92-minute feature film of the same name.

    Eight of the nine tracks on Jax Jones’ introductory EP, Snacks, made the Top 75, helping the release to a No.12 peak on the album chart. Newly-supplemented by a full length 15 track version – Snacks (Supersize) – the album finally makes its Top 10 debut, 46 weeks after release, jumping 19-9 (7,128 sales).

    With leadership of the album chart changing hands for the fifth week in a row, last week’s top title, Lana Del Rey’s Norman f***ing Rockwell!, slides to No.7 (7,974 sales).

    The rest of the Top 10: No.6 Collaborations Project (2-2, 16,173 sales) by Ed Sheeran, Lover (3-4, 11,459 sales) by Taylor Swift, Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent (5-5, 9,827 sales) by Lewis Capaldi and When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? (9-10, 5,519 sales) by Billie Eilish.

    Departing the Top 10: Hoodies All Summer (8-35, 2,156 sales) by Kano, Fear Inoculum (4-39, 2,127 sales) by Tool, Definitely Maybe (6-43, 1,944 sales) by Oasis, The Threads (10-79, 1,373 sales) by Sheryl Crow and The SLP. (7-99, 1,126 sales).

    Gold (No.11, 4,677 sales) is the fourth Belinda Carlisle compilation to chart, and the ninth solo album chart excursion in all for the 61-year-old who came to fame with The Go-Gos in the 1980s. With 56 tracks, including a new cover of Joni Mitchell’s Both Sides Now, it is the ninth album entitled Gold to chart for the Demon Music Group’s low-price Crimson label since 2014, and the fifth this year, following Showaddywaddy, Hank Marvin, Brotherhood Of Man and Kiki Dee.

    Also new to the chart in a busy week: Lost Girls (No.13, 4,342 sales), the fifth album by London singer/songwriter Natasha Khan as Bat For Lashes, after three consecutive Top 10 entries; Another State Of Grace (No.14, 4,234 sales), the fourth straight Top 30 entry for US hard rock quintet Black Star Riders; Free (No.26, 2,548 sales), the 18th studio album and 11th chart entry for legendary 72-year-old Stooges frontman Iggy Pop; Love And Compromise (No.28, 2,422 sales), the second album and first chart entry for Leicestershire R&B singer Mahalia; Valve Bone Woe (No.32, 2,289 sales), a new covers album released the day before her 68th birthday by Pretenders’ mainstay Chrissie Hynde that also credits Valve Bone Woe Ensemble; MOTH (No.57, 1,698 sales), a six-song 20-minute EP by London rapper Professor Green, and his first chart entry since 2014 when Growing Up In Public – the last of his three full-length albums – reached No.12; and The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983 (No.65, 1,510 sales) by Echo & The Bunnymen.

    Now That’s What I Call Music! 103 is No.1 compilation for the eighth week in a row (5,500 sales).

    Overall album sales are down 0.96% week-on-week at 1,657,866, 2.49% above same week 2018 sales of 1,617,546. Sales-equivalent streams accounted for a best-ever 1,202,445 sales – a record 72.53% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are down 10.76% week-on-week at 455,421, 30.53% below same week 2018 sales of 655,538, and a new low for the Kantar Millward Brown era (1994 onwards) for the eighth time this year.

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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 18:36

    Quote Originally Posted by SholasBoy View Post
    Do you think he really minds either way? I mean people are only gonna listen to each song one at a time anyway so it doesn't really matter which version it comes from so long as they're listening to it.
    Whole album streams are what i'm talking about, not individual songs. Imagine Dragons deleted early material that later featured on their first album. It is expected.

    One release is an "EP" (though not really - it's too long), one is an official album. You shouldn't be combining what are two distinctively different releases.

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    by » Fri September 13th, 2019, 23:15

    Quote Originally Posted by Blondini View Post
    I'm confused now. OCC are listing the album version of Jax Jones' "EP" Snacks as a climber. Yet on the additional charts such as sales and downloads it is listed as new. So have they combined the versions or not? The album Snacks is listed under the subtitle (Supersize) online but the physical album itself is just called Snacks. I don't think he should have all the versions combined. He hasn't even deleted the original release, and this album has both clean and explicit versions. So he's milking it like mad.
    It looks like OCC have combined versions. Given the content of the Supersize version I think that complies to their own rules 4.1 & 4.2 (which more or less allow combining all releases). Unfortunately I'm not able to post a screenshot of those rules, but they can be found on the OCC site.


    It's listed as a new entry on Sales and Downloads, because it hadn't charted on those charts before.
    Last edited by RonnieV; Fri September 13th, 2019 at 23:16. Reason: missing image

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    by » Sat September 14th, 2019, 12:49

    Quote Originally Posted by RonnieV View Post
    It looks like OCC have combined versions. Given the content of the Supersize version I think that complies to their own rules 4.1 & 4.2 (which more or less allow combining all releases). Unfortunately I'm not able to post a screenshot of those rules, but they can be found on the OCC site.


    It's listed as a new entry on Sales and Downloads, because it hadn't charted on those charts before.
    I could have sworn it had charted on both sales and downloads before (can't see it in the first few weeks i scanned back from). I think it's more the case that the additional charts seem to treat individual formats as separate releases - hence two charting versions of Brian Eno's Apollo recently and the newly released XXXTentacion deluxe release is listed as new on some charts yet is combined on OCC overall - hence the jump.
    The only chart that ignores this is Dance Albums where Snacks is listed as a climber.

    In Jones' case he has advertised the latest release as being his official album. It is not the same as the earlier release. So now a September release looks historically like it charted 35 weeks ago. I know this is a mess of his making but it looks bizarre and simply wrong.

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    by » Sat September 14th, 2019, 22:01

    So Senorita has dropped to 3 on streaming and holds at 3 in sales. Does Aitch increase enough in streams (up to 2 in streams, 20 in sales) to really be at 2 or is it still Senorita?

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    by » Sat September 14th, 2019, 22:10

    Quote Originally Posted by braindeadpj View Post
    So Senorita has dropped to 3 on streaming and holds at 3 in sales. Does Aitch increase enough in streams (up to 2 in streams, 20 in sales) to really be at 2 or is it still Senorita?
    I might be wrong but i'd guess that without the acr rule, Shawn & Camilla would still be #2.

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