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    by » Wed March 15th, 2006, 07:06

    Quote Originally Posted by Dane
    Some guy got a Stones answer on 'Ask Billboard' this week:

    The Rolling Stones' most recent studio album, "A Bigger Bang," has sold 500,000 in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan, across 26 weeks. Released in September 2005, the Virgin album debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200.

    While half a million copies of an album isn't quite flop status, it's not exactly a great number, either. The Stones' previous studio album, 1997's "Bridges To Babylon," has sold 1.2 million. In "Bridges'" first 26 weeks of availability, it moved 985,000 units.
    As it was certified platinum back in November, 500k seems disappointing. It's a single disc album isn't?
    I was "that" guy.
    ABB got a re-release with DVD back on November, maybe it shipped Platinum counting both releases.

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    by » Wed March 15th, 2006, 09:19

    ABB was actually certified platinum Oct 11th 2005, just 5 weeks after release, and about 6 weeks prior to the release of the special edition (Nov 22th 2005).

    5 months after platinum certification it has scanned just 500k Sure seems like it was 'over-shipped'.

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 15:37

    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Hanboo has just posted soundscan figures for the whole catalogue, so here they are in context.

    USA Charted Albums and Shipments

    Key
    Year of release
    Year of latest riaa certification
    Title
    riaa shipment
    Soundscan data since 1991

    Original Studio Albums - US only titles
    1964 1989 England's Newest Hitmakers - 500,000 - 104,000
    1964 1989 12 x 5 - 500,000 - 85,000
    1965 1989 Now - 500,000 - 78,000
    1965 1966 December's Children - 500,000 - 72,000
    1967 1967 Flowers - 500,000 - 151,000

    Orginal Studio Albums - UK/US titles
    1965 1989 Out of Our Heads - 1,000,000 - 124,000
    1966 1989 Aftermath - 1,000,000 - 243,000
    1967 1967 Between the Buttons - 500,000 - 116,000
    1967 1967 Their Satanic Majesties - 500,000 - 168,000
    1968 1989 Beggars Banquet - 1,000,000 - 527,000
    1969 1989 Let It Bleed - 2,000,000 - 903,000

    1971 2000 Sticky Fingers - 3,000,000 - 1,078,000
    1972 2000 Exile On Main Street - 1,000,000 - 707,000
    1973 2000 Goats Head Soup - 3,000,000 - 329,000
    1974 2000 It's Only Rock n Roll - 1,000,000 - 246,000
    1976 1976 Black and Blue - 1,000,000 - 208,000
    1978 2000 Some Girls - 6,000,000 - 1,158,000
    1980 2000 Emotional Rescue - 2,000,000 - 222,000
    1981 2000 Tattoo You - 4,000,000 - 596,000
    1983 1984 Undercover - 1,000,000 - 67,000
    1986 1986 Dirty Work - 1,000,000 - 66,000
    1989 1990 Steel Wheels - 2,000,000 - 211,000
    1994 1994 Voodoo Lounge - 2,000,000 - 1,859,000
    1997 1997 Bridges to Babylon - 1,000,000 - 1,161,000
    2005 2005 A Bigger Bang - 1,000,000 - 404,000

    Live Albums
    1966 1967 Got Live if You Want It - 500,000 - 115,000
    1970 1989 Get Your Ya Ya's Out - 1,000,000 - 317,000
    1977 1977 Love You Live - 500,000 - 159,000
    1982 2000 Still Life - 1,000,000 - 161,000
    1991 1991 Flashpoint - 500,000 - 846,000
    1995 1996 Stripped - 1,000,000 - 830,000
    1998 none No Security - none - 323,000
    2004 2004 Live Licks - 250,000 - 115,000

    Major Compilations
    1966 1989 Big Hits Vol 1 - 2,000,000 - 597,000
    1969 1989 Big Hits Vol 2 - 1,000,000 - 668,000
    1972 2002 Hot Rocks - 6,000,000 - 2,256,000
    1984 2000 Rewind 71-84 - 500,000 - 220,000
    2005 2005 Jump Back 71-93 - 500,000 - 899,000
    2002 2003 Forty Licks - 2,000,000 - 2,604,000

    Other Compilations
    1972 1973 More Hot Rocks - 500,000 - 125,000
    1989 1992 London Years (4CD) - 333,333 - 327,000
    1975 none Metamorphosis - none - 38,000
    1975 2000 Made in the Shade - 1,000,000 - 74,000
    1981 1981 Sucking in the 70's - 500,000 - 26,000
    2005 none Rarities - none - 45,000

    Total Shipments - 56,583,333

    Soundscan Total - 21,628,000












    I've posted this on Page One of this thread. Hanboo's soundscan figures mean we can now directly compare them with the riaa certifications and dates!
    See Page One of my threads for all updates

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 16:16

    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Major Compilations
    1966 1989 Big Hits Vol 1 - 2,000,000 - 597,000
    1969 1989 Big Hits Vol 2 - 1,000,000 - 668,000
    Hello, I couldn't find the platinum certification on RIAA site that Vol. 2 got certified.
    Thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Original Studio Albums - US only titles
    1964 1989 England's Newest Hitmakers - 500,000 - 104,000

    1965 1989 Now - 500,000 - 78,000
    And these 2, too, can't find any certifications on the RIAA site. Thanks.

    And you missed the platinum certification for "Through The Past, Darkly". Thanks.

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 16:30

    Quote Originally Posted by nelson
    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Major Compilations
    1966 1989 Big Hits Vol 1 - 2,000,000 - 597,000
    1969 1989 Big Hits Vol 2 - 1,000,000 - 668,000
    Hello, I couldn't find the platinum certification on RIAA site that Vol. 2 got certified.
    Thanks.

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 16:34

    Quote Originally Posted by nelson
    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Original Studio Albums - US only titles
    1964 1989 England's Newest Hitmakers - 500,000 - 104,000

    1965 1989 Now - 500,000 - 78,000
    And these 2, too, can't find any certifications on the RIAA site. Thanks.
    ROLLING STONES, THE THE ROLLING STONES 10/20/89 ABKCO G ALBUM GROUP Std

    The Full title was "The Rolling Stones - England's Newest Hit Makers"

    ROLLING STONES, THE THE ROLLING STONES NOW 10/20/89 ABKCO G ALBUM GROUP Std
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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 16:52

    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    ROLLING STONES, THE THE ROLLING STONES 10/20/89 ABKCO G ALBUM GROUP Std

    The Full title was "The Rolling Stones - England's Newest Hit Makers"
    Thanks.
    So does this title "England's Newest Hit Makers" sold 800,000 in UK?
    So what is the title called in US when it was called "The Rolling Stone No. 2" in UK which sold 650,000?
    Thanks.

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 17:47

    Some Soundscan updates:

    Billboard 200 - Jan. 28, 2006
    182 183 ROLLING STONES RARITIES 1971-2003 5,262 92,171

    Billboard 200 - Feb. 25, 2006
    198 -- ROLLING STONES - BIGGER BANG 6,118 34 4,555 489,547

    Also from RIAA's site:
    ROLLING STONES, THE EXILE ON MAIN STREET 05/31/00 ROLLING STONES RECORDS M (3) ALBUM GROUP Std

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 20:18

    Quote Originally Posted by nelson
    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    ROLLING STONES, THE THE ROLLING STONES 10/20/89 ABKCO G ALBUM GROUP Std

    The Full title was "The Rolling Stones - England's Newest Hit Makers"
    Thanks.
    So does this title "England's Newest Hit Makers" sold 800,000 in UK?
    So what is the title called in US when it was called "The Rolling Stone No. 2" in UK which sold 650,000?
    Thanks.
    England's Newest Hit Makers was never issued in the UK.

    Before Their Satanic Majesties Requests, Albums in the US were completely different to the UK - even if they had the same title, the tracks were totally different.

    The first 2 UK albums were

    The Rolling Stones
    The Rolling Stones No.2

    They were never issued in the US and have never been released on CD.
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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 20:22

    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    Also from RIAA's site:
    ROLLING STONES, THE EXILE ON MAIN STREET 05/31/00 ROLLING STONES RECORDS M (3) ALBUM GROUP Std
    Thanks for the updates Fedepeti - However I cannot find this on the riaa site
    See Page One of my threads for all updates

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    by » Mon May 8th, 2006, 21:26

    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    Also from RIAA's site:
    ROLLING STONES, THE EXILE ON MAIN STREET 05/31/00 ROLLING STONES RECORDS M (3) ALBUM GROUP Std
    Thanks for the updates Fedepeti - However I cannot find this on the riaa site
    You're right, It disappeared from RIAA's site.
    The certification of EOMS was something weird, it went platinum on 2000. In 2004, a 3x Platinum certification appeared on the database (certification date: May31, 2000) :-?
    Now its gone again.

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    by » Wed May 10th, 2006, 18:15

    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    Also from RIAA's site:
    ROLLING STONES, THE EXILE ON MAIN STREET 05/31/00 ROLLING STONES RECORDS M (3) ALBUM GROUP Std
    Thanks for the updates Fedepeti - However I cannot find this on the riaa site
    You're right, It disappeared from RIAA's site.
    The certification of EOMS was something weird, it went platinum on 2000. In 2004, a 3x Platinum certification appeared on the database (certification date: May31, 2000) :-?
    Now its gone again.

    It's very strange!
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    by » Wed May 10th, 2006, 18:25

    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Hanboo has just posted soundscan figures for the whole catalogue, so here they are in context.

    USA Charted Albums and Shipments

    Key
    Year of release
    Year of latest riaa certification
    Title
    riaa shipment
    Soundscan data since 1991

    .......
    .......
    .......

    Hi Basil, thank you very much for your great work.
    Thanks Fedepeti for the updates.
    "I vecchi quando accarezzano, hanno il timore di far troppo forte.." F.De Andrè.

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    by » Mon June 5th, 2006, 17:26

    Nice update for UK sales of '40 Licks' in this weeks MusicWeek :

    "Originally released in 2002, The Rolling Stones' hit-laden and digitally remastered Forty Licks compilation is back ahead of the UK leg of their world tour, and aimed at the Father's Day market. Absent from the Top 75 for 140 weeks, it re-enters the list this week at number 23 on sales of 9,768, lifting its cume to 945,343, Forty Licks spent its first three weeks in the chart at number two, behind first Elvis Presley's 30 Number One Hits, then (for a fortnight) Will Young's From Now On."

    945,343 means it should now be 3xPlatinum !

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    by » Mon June 5th, 2006, 17:45

    The whole Stones catalog, UK & US, needs a QUICK re-certification...

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    by » Mon June 5th, 2006, 20:24

    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    Quote Originally Posted by Basil
    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    Also from RIAA's site:
    ROLLING STONES, THE EXILE ON MAIN STREET 05/31/00 ROLLING STONES RECORDS M (3) ALBUM GROUP Std
    Thanks for the updates Fedepeti - However I cannot find this on the riaa site
    You're right, It disappeared from RIAA's site.
    The certification of EOMS was something weird, it went platinum on 2000. In 2004, a 3x Platinum certification appeared on the database (certification date: May31, 2000) :-?
    Now its gone again.
    Yea some other certifications I have notice have just "disappeared" on the RIAA site really weird

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    by » Mon June 19th, 2006, 11:00

    Quote Originally Posted by Fedepeti
    The whole Stones catalog, UK & US, needs a QUICK re-certification...

    Fully agree. By the way, this week "Forty licks" is at number 11 (last week it was number 19). I think this albums is over 1 million copies in UK with club sales and the last 2 weeks.

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    by » Mon June 19th, 2006, 13:08

    Quote Originally Posted by HUR

    By the way, this week "Forty licks" is at number 11 (last week it was number 19). I think this albums is over 1 million copies in UK with club sales and the last 2 weeks.
    Great News that ! & would've sold maybe 26k (# 12 album sold 25,782). Just a slight shame it didn't hit the top 10.

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    by » Tue July 4th, 2006, 00:51

    Over the counter sales for '40 Licks' in the UK went over 1m last week : it sold 8,887 at # 29 to take it's cume to 1,003,040. This is the 100th artist album of the 21st century to sell over 1m & amazingly this is the 1st Stones album to achieve this feat (according to MusicWeek). Just shows how small album sales must have been back in the 60's/70's.

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    by » Tue July 4th, 2006, 13:04

    Hello,
    Yes, 'Forty Licks', is the first Rolling Stones Album to reach 1 Million UK Sales. Ironically it was one of their 9 Number 2 Albums, and has sold more than any of their 10 Number 1 Albums.

    They have had 34 Top 10 Albums in the UK - 29 of them in the Top 5. Added together their UK Album Sales would make them one of the Top 20 All Time UK Album Acts - maybe even in the Top 10.

    However, none of their Albums has sold enough to be in the Top 100 Best Selling UK Albums List, which Alan Jones has compiled, and which will - hopefully - be revealed in either late July, or in August.

    In the February 2004, All Time UK Singles Acts List, they were the 12th Best Sellers. However, none of their Singles had sold enough to make the November 2002 Top 100 UK Singles List - nor did any by Madonna, ABBA, & The Bee Gees.

    However, ABBA, & Madonna, will have Albums in the Top 100 Best Selling UK Albums List - as will The Bee Gees IF we count, 'Saturday Night Fever', as a Bee Gees Album - I am assuming that its Sales are enough to get it into the Top 100.

    The Rolling Stones will have had no Singles in the 2002 Top 100 Best Sellers, & no Albums in the 2006 Top 100 Best Sellers - none of their individual Records sold enough to make either List. However - as I said - with 34 Top 10 Albums, they would certainly be very high, in a List of the Top 100 UK Album Acts.....

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    by » Fri September 15th, 2006, 21:20

    The 2nd post on Page One regarding US album sales has been updated and weeks on catalogue chart added.
    See Page One of my threads for all updates

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    so nobody knows the sales worldwide for any album? and the total?

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    by » Wed December 20th, 2006, 04:20

    The Rolling Stones, Satisfaction in The Main Street !



    England’s Newest Hit Makers (1964) :
    USA : 800.000
    Canada : 100.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.200.000


    The Rolling Stones (1964) :
    UK : 900.000
    Allemagne : #2

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.300.000


    Around And Around (1964) :
    Allemagne : #4

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.000.000


    12 X 5 (1964) :
    USA : 800.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.100.000


    Bravo Rolling Stones (1964) :
    Allemagne : #1 x4
    Italie : #4 de l’année.

    Estimations Mondiales : 600.000


    The Rolling Stones Vol 2 (1965) :
    UK : 700.000
    Allemagne : #1 x4

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.500.000


    The Rolling Stones, Now! (1965) :
    USA : 800.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.100.000


    Out of Our Heads (1965) :
    USA : 1.500.000
    UK : 350.000
    Allemagne : #2
    Italie : #23 de l’année.

    Estimations Mondiales : 2.600.000


    December’s Children (And Everybody’s) (1965) :
    USA : 900.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.200.000


    Aftermath (1966) :
    USA : 1.700.000
    UK : 550.000
    Allemagne : #1 x8
    Italie : #10 de l’année.

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.500.000


    Big Hits (High Tide And Green Grass) (1966) :
    USA : 3.000.000
    Canada : 50.000++
    UK : 1.100.000
    Suède : #49 (en 2005)
    Norvège : #5 (2)(9) (en 1967)

    Estimations Mondiales : 5.500.000


    Got Live If You Want It! (1966) :
    USA : 1.000.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.300.000


    Between The Buttons (1967) :
    USA : 1.100.000
    UK : 300.000
    Allemagne : #2
    Italie : #18 de l’année.
    Norvège : #2 x6(18)(20)

    Estimations Mondiales : 2.300.000


    The Rolling Stones Live (1967) :
    Allemagne : #2

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Flowers (1967) :
    USA : 1.100.000
    Allemagne : #7
    Norvège : #3 (12)(14)

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.500.000


    Their Satanic Majesties Request (1967) :
    USA : 1.200.000
    UK : 200.000
    France : #1 x7(18)(63)
    Allemagne : #4 (13 x Top 10)
    Norvège : #2 (6)(9)

    Estimations Mondiales : 2.400.000


    Beggars Banquet (1968) :
    USA : 1.900.000
    Canada : 50.000++
    UK : 250.000
    France : #5 (8)(93)
    Allemagne : #8 (9)
    Italie : #23 de l’année.
    Norvège : #2 (8)(10)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.000.000


    Through The Past, Darkly (Big Hits Vol 2) (1969) :
    USA : 2.700.000

    Japon : 30.000

    UK : 700.000
    France : #13 (0)(16)
    Allemagne : #13
    Italie : #26 de l’année.
    Espagne : #9 (1)
    Norvège : #10 (1)(5)

    Estimations Mondiales : 4.500.000


    Let It Bleed (1969) :
    USA : 3.300.000
    Canada : 100.000++

    Japon : 32.000

    UK : 600.000
    France : #6 (7)(53)
    Allemagne : #3 (17)
    Italie : #29 de l’année (#7).
    Espagne : #5 (4)
    Norvège : #2 x7(15)(16)
    Pays-Bas : #1 x2(12)

    Estimations Mondiales : 5.700.000


    ‘Get Yer Ya-Ya’s Out!” (1970) :
    USA : 1.600.000
    Canada : 50.000++

    UK : 320.000
    France : #13 (0)(24)
    Italie : #27 de l’année (#6).
    Espagne : #9 (1)
    Norvège : #3 (9)(13)
    Pays-Bas : #4 (11)

    Estimations Mondiales : 2.800.000


    Sticky Fingers (1971) :
    USA : 4.300.000

    Japon : 33.000

    - UK : 650.000
    - France : 200.000 (#3 (12)(12))
    - Allemagne : #1 x4(17)
    - Italie : 100.000 (#21 de l’année (#5))
    - Espagne : #1 x1(18)
    - Norvège : #1 x6(23)(25)
    - Pays-Bas : #1 x12 (23)

    Estimations Mondiales : 7.500.000


    Stones Age (1971) :
    UK : 30.000
    Italie : 30.000 (#72 de l’année (#20))
    Norvège : #15 (0)(4)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Gimme Shelter (1971) :
    Japon : 13.000

    - UK : 30.000
    - Pays-Bas : #17 (4)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Milestone (1972) :
    - UK : 20.000
    - Espagne : #11 (8)
    - Norvège : #20 (0)(1)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Hot Rocks 1964-1971 (1972) :
    USA : 8.000.000
    Canada : 200.000++

    Japon : 19.000

    Australie : 70.000

    - UK : 700.000
    - France : #5 (4)(4) (1995)
    - Pays-Bas : #9 (14)(1990)

    Estimations Mondiales : 10.500.000


    Exile on Main St. (1972) :
    USA : 3.600.000

    Japon : 36.000

    Europe : 1.700.000
    - UK : 600.000
    - France : #5 (4)(4)
    - Allemagne : #2 (9)
    - Italie : 100.000 (#36 de l’année (#4))
    - Espagne : #1 x3(13)
    - Norvège : #1 x1(10)(13)
    - Pays-Bas : #1 x1(13)

    Estimations Mondiales : 6.500.000


    More Hot Rocks (1972) :
    USA : 800.000
    Canada : 50.000+
    UK : 10.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.200.000


    Le Mejor De Los Rolling Stones (1973) :
    Espagne : #6 (19)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Goats Head Soup (1973) :
    USA : 3.300.000
    Canada : ?

    Japon : 66.000

    Europe : 1.300.000
    - UK : 200.000
    - France : 300.000 (#3 (21)(49))
    - Allemagne : #2 (13)
    - Italie : 150.000 (#19 de l’année (#8))
    - Espagne : #1 x1(21)
    - Norvège : #1 x7(24)(26)
    - Pays-Bas : #2 (12)
    - Autriche : #5 (13)(13)

    Estimations Mondiales : 5.500.000


    It’s Only Rock ‘N Roll (1974) :
    USA : 1.900.000
    Canada : 300.000

    Japon : 27.000

    Europe : 900.000
    - UK : 150.000
    - France : 300.000 (#1 x5(6)(22))
    - Allemagne : #12
    - Italie : 100.000 (#38 de l’année (#6))
    - Espagne : #5 (11)
    - Norvège : #3 (8)(11)
    - Pays-Bas : #6 (10)
    - Autriche : #6 (4)(4)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.600.000


    Metamorphosis (1975) :
    USA : 900.000
    - UK : 10.000
    - France : #28 (0)(7)
    - Espagne : #5 (11)
    - Autriche : #8 (4)(4)

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.400.000


    Made in the Shade (1975) :
    USA : 1.100.000
    UK : 30.000
    Italie : 50.000 (#65 de l’année (#20))

    France : #36 catalog chart 2005

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.600.000


    Rolled Gold (1975) :
    UK : 300.000
    Suède : #27 (2)

    Estimations Mondiales : 500.000


    Black And Blue (1976) :
    USA : 1.700.000
    Canada : 200.000

    Japon : 24.000

    Europe : 1.100.000
    - UK : 200.000
    - France : 350.000 (#1 x9(10)(73))
    - Allemagne : #15
    - Italie : 100.000 (#34 de l’année (#11))
    - Espagne : #3 (34)
    - Norvège : #2 (12)(13)
    - Pays-Bas : #1 x4(26)
    - Autriche : #4 (4)(4)
    - Suède : #6 (6)(16)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.500.000


    Stones Story (1976) :
    - Pays-Bas : #1 x5(33)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Love You Live (1977) :
    USA : 800.000
    Canada : 150.000

    Japon : 31.000

    Europe : 600.000
    - UK : 150.000
    - France : #7 (8)(36)
    - Allemagne : #22
    - Italie : 60.000 (#63 de l’année (#12))
    - Espagne : #7 (15)
    - Norvège : #10 (1)(7)
    - Pays-Bas : #5 (15)
    - Suède : #15 (0)(10)

    Estimations Mondiales : 2.000.000


    Get Stoned (1977) :
    UK : 250.000

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    30 Greatest Hits (1977) :
    Allemagne : #21
    Autriche : #17 (0)(13)
    Suède : #18 (0)(8)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Some Girls (1978) :
    USA : 6.500.000
    Canada : 700.000

    Japon : 56.000

    Europe : 1.900.000
    - UK : 400.000
    - France : 400.000 (#2 (20)(62))
    - Allemagne : #6 (10)
    - Italie : 200.000 (#25 de l’année (#6))
    - Espagne : #5 (28)
    - Norvège : #3 (11)(16)
    - Pays-Bas : + de 100.000 (#2 (19))
    - Autriche : #4 (13)(22)
    - Suède : #3 (16)(22)

    Estimations Mondiales : 10.000.000


    Emotional Rescue (1980) :
    USA : 2.800.000
    Canada : 400.000 (#1)

    Japon : 55.000

    Europe : 1.800.000
    - UK : 400.000
    - France : 250.000 (#5 (11)(58))
    - Allemagne : #2 (10)
    - Italie : 200.000 (#22 de l’année (#5))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#5 (22))
    - Norvège : #4 (10)(16)
    - Pays-Bas : 50.000+ (#1 x4(15))
    - Autriche : #2 (15)(24)
    - Suède : #1 x6(12)(16)

    Estimations Mondiales : 5.800.000


    Sucking In The Seventies (1981) :
    USA : 600.000
    Canada : 100.000
    Allemagne : #64
    Autriche : #20 (0)(2)
    Norvège : #34 (0)(4)

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.000.000


    Tattoo You (1981) :
    USA : 4.400.000
    Canada : 500.000 (#1)

    Japon : 67.000

    Europe : 1.800.000
    - UK : 400.000
    - France : 400.000 (#1 x5(9)(35))
    - Allemagne : #3 (4)
    - Italie : 200.000 (#27 de l’année (#3))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#2 (20))
    - Norvège : #3 (6)(19)
    - Pays-Bas : 50.000+ (#1 x2(27))
    - Autriche : #2 (13)(24)
    - Suède : #3 (12)(24)

    Estimations Mondiales : 8.000.000


    “Still Life” (1982) :
    USA : 1.100.000
    Canada : 150.000

    Japon : 50.000

    Europe : 1.200.000
    - UK : 300.000
    - France : #16 (0)(26)
    - Allemagne : #4 (7)
    - Italie : 50.000 (#52 de l’année (#16))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#5 (18))
    - Norvège : #3 (6)(15)
    - Pays-Bas : #1 x5(22)
    - Autriche : #2 (15)(24)
    - Suède : #1 x2(10)(14)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.000.000


    Undercover (1982) :
    USA : 1.200.000
    Canada : 200.000 (#1)

    Japon : 55.000

    Europe : 1.100.000
    - UK : 250.000
    - France : #13 (0)(25)
    - Allemagne : #2 (5)
    - Italie : 80.000 (#58 de l’année (#10))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#5 (21))
    - Norvège : #8 (2)(2)
    - Pays-Bas : #2 (20)
    - Autriche : #8 (4)(9)
    - Suisse : #5 (3)(10)
    - Suède : #1 x2(6)(10)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.000.000


    Rewind 1971-1984 (1984) :
    USA : 600.000
    UK : 250.000
    Allemagne : #31
    Pays-Bas : 50.000+ (#4 (30))
    Italie : 50.000 (#97 de l’année (#16))

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.500.000


    Dirty Work (1986) :
    USA : 1.200.000
    Canada : 150.000

    Japon : 61.000

    Europe : 1.500.000
    - UK : 140.000
    - France : 250.000 (#9 (13)(13))
    - Allemagne : 250.000+ (#2 (9))
    - Italie : 200.000 (#21 de l’année (#3))
    - Espagne : #2 (22)
    - Norvège : #3 (6)(9)
    - Pays-Bas : 50.000+ (#1 x2(16))
    - Autriche : #4 (11)(13)
    - Suisse : #1 x1(6)(10)
    - Suède : #4 (6)(14)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.500.000


    Singles Collection The London Years (1989) :
    USA : 800.000
    Canada : 50.000

    Europe : 600.000
    - UK : 100.000
    - Allemagne : #28 (9) (1998)
    - Italie : 100.000 (#81 de l’année (#15))
    - Norvège : #40 (0)(1)
    - Pays-Bas : #11 (31)
    - Suède : #10 (1)(10)

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.800.000


    Les Années Stones 1 (1989) :
    France : 200.000 (#5 (2)(2))

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Steel Wheels (1989) :
    USA : 2.500.000
    Canada : 350.000 (#1)

    Japon : 183.000

    Europe : 1.700.000
    - UK : 300.000
    - France : 300.000 (#6 (4)(28))
    - Allemagne : 250.000+ (#2 (6))
    - Italie : 150.000 (#40 de l’année (#5))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#6 (20))
    - Norvège : #1 x2(6)(7)
    - Pays-Bas : 50.000+ (#1 x2(40))
    - Autriche : 25.000 (#1 x2(9)(9))
    - Suisse : 25.000 (#2 (7)(12))
    - Suède : #2 (6)(12)
    - Finlande : 25.227

    Estimations Mondiales : 6.200.000


    Flashpoint (1991) :
    USA : 1.000.000
    Canada : 100.000

    Japon : 107.000

    Europe : 1.200.000
    - UK : 80.000
    - Allemagne : 250.000+ (#? (6))
    - France : 400.000 (#4 (10)(31))
    - Italie : 50.000 (#89 de l’année (#19))
    - Espagne : #17 (10)
    - Norvège : #11 (0)(4)
    - Pays-Bas : + de 100.000 (#5 (44))
    - Autriche : 25.000 (#6 (4)(12))
    - Suisse : 25.000 (#7 (7)(21))
    - Suède : #15 (0)(12)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.000.000


    Jump Back The Best Of Rolling Stones (1993) :
    USA : 1.000.000
    Canada : 150.000
    Brésil : 100.000

    Japon : 72.330

    Australie : 140.000

    Europe : 2.300.000
    - UK : 800.000
    - France : 350.000 (#6 (5)(12))
    - Allemagne : 400.000 (#19 (21))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#21 (20))
    - Norvège : #15 (0)(9)
    - Pays-Bas : + de 100.000 (#17 (37))
    - Autriche : 25.000 (#14 (0)(14))
    - Suisse : 50.000 (#18 (0)(11))
    - Suède : 100.000 (#10 (1)(19))

    Estimations Mondiales : 4.300.000


    Voodoo Lounge (1994) :
    USA : 2.300.000
    Canada : 300.000 (#1)
    Mexique : 50.000+

    Japon : 172.410

    Europe : 2.200.000
    - UK : 350.000
    - France : 300.000 (#2 (10)(27))
    - Allemagne : 700.000 (#1 x6(15)(43))
    - Italie : 180.000 (#37 de l’année (#4))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#6 (17))
    - Norvège : 20.000 (#3 (6)(11))
    - Pays-Bas : 100.000+ (#1 x2(39))
    - Autriche : 25.000+ (#1 x3(9)(23))
    - Suisse : 25.000+ (#1 x1(8)(18))
    - Suède : 40.000+ (#2 x4(8)(16))

    Estimations Mondiales : 6.000.000


    Stripped (1995) :
    USA : 1.100.000
    Canada : ?

    Japon : 129.600

    Australie : 35.000

    Europe : 1.600.000
    - UK : 350.000
    - France : 250.000 (#4 (4)(14))
    - Allemagne : 300.000 (#3 (4)(22))
    - Italie : 100.000 (#47 de l’année (#7))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#5 (21))
    - Norvège : 40.000 (#1 x1(7)(16))
    - Pays-Bas : 50.000 (#3 (23))
    - Autriche : #1 (6)(16)
    - Suisse : #3 (4)(17)
    - Suède : #1 x1(4)(13)
    - Finlande : #5 (2)(7)

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.800.000


    Rock And Roll Circus (1996) :
    Allemagne : 30.000 (#55 (0)(6))
    Pays-Bas : #26 (9)
    Suède : #34 (0)(2)
    Norvège : #17 (0)(3)

    Estimations Mondiales : **


    Bridges To Babylon (1997) :
    USA : 1.300.000
    Canada : 100.000

    Japon : 137.140

    Europe : 2.000.000
    - UK : 140.000
    - France : 220.000 (#2 (4)(23))
    - Allemagne : 800.000 (#1 x4(15)(54))
    - Italie : 100.000 (#64 de l’année (#7))
    - Espagne : 100.000+ (#2 (23))
    - Norvège : 20.000 (#1 x1(3)(8))
    - Pays-Bas : 100.000 (#1 x1(38))
    - Autriche : 50.000 (#1 x5(7)(28))
    - Suisse : 50.000 (#3 (8)(22))
    - Suède : 40.000+ (#1 x3(5)(18))
    - Finlande : #3 (3)(12)
    - Belgique : 25.000
    - Pologne : 50.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 4.500.000


    No Security (1998) :
    USA : 350.000
    Canada : ?

    Japon : 34.640

    Europe : 300.000
    - UK : 20.000
    - France : 70.000 (#7 (1)(6))
    - Allemagne : 100.000 (#5 (1)(11))
    - Norvège : #19 (0)(1)
    - Pays-Bas : #11 (18)
    - Autriche : #12 (0)(10)
    - Suisse : #29 (0)(3)
    - Suède : #22 (0)(2)

    Estimations Mondiales : 1.000.000


    40 Licks (2002) :
    USA : 3.000.000
    Canada : 350.000
    Brésil : 50.000
    Argentine : 40.000

    Japon : 138.250
    Corée Du Sud : 20.000

    Australie : 70.000

    Europe : 3.100.000
    - UK : 1.100.000
    - France : 400.000 (#1 x4(18)(23))
    - Allemagne : 500.000 (#2 x3(6)(34)
    - Italie : 200.000 (#37 de l’année (#1))
    - Espagne : 100.000+ (#5 (24))
    - Norvège : #2 (3)(13)
    - Pays-Bas : 40.000++ (#2 (53))
    - Autriche : 40.000 (#3 (6)(25))
    - Suisse : 40.000+ (#2 (6)(29))
    - Suède : 40.000+ (#2 (4)(17))
    - Finlande : 17.382 (#8 (2)(14))
    - Portugal : 40.000
    - Belgique : 50.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 7.500.000


    Live Licks (2004) :
    USA : 250.000
    Canada : ?
    Argentine : 20.000

    Japon : 22.034

    Europe : 350.000
    - UK : 60.000
    - France : 50.000 (#38 (0)(16))
    - Allemagne : 60.000 (#9 (1)(5))
    - Espagne : #43 (14)
    - Norvège : #38 (0)(1)
    - Pays-Bas : ?
    - Autriche : 15.000 (#13 (0)(8))
    - Suisse : #21 (0)(5)
    - Suède : #16 (0)(3)
    - Portugal : 20.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 800.000


    A Bigger Bang (2005) :
    USA : 1.000.000
    Canada : 100.000

    Japon : 120.000

    Europe : 1.200.000
    - UK : 150.000
    - France : 150.000 (#3 (3)(49))
    - Allemagne : 250.000 (#1 x2(4)(19)
    - Italie : 180.000 (#21 de l’année (#1))
    - Espagne : 50.000+ (#2 (13))
    - Norvège : #2 (2)(6)
    - Pays-Bas : 40.000+ (#1)
    - Autriche : 15.000+ (#1 x2(4)(11))
    - Suisse : 20.000 (#1 x2(3)(22))
    - Suède : 30.000+ (#1 x3(5)(19))
    - Finlande : #4 (2)(5)
    - Portugal : 20.000

    Estimations Mondiales : 3.000.000

    + 3.500.000 pour divers albums comme « 16 Exitos De Oro Vol II », « 20 Years Of Rock », « The Continuing Adventures of the RS » ou « Rarities », et autres « ** ».


    Ventes totales mondiales : 169.100.000 albums vendus.
    25 June 2009, the day the Music died

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    by » Wed December 20th, 2006, 04:22

    The Rolling Stones are up at #6 in the all time best selling act albums ever, only beated by The Beatles, Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Madonna and Pink Floyd.
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    by » Sat December 23rd, 2006, 23:13

    Thank you MJ Dangerous. An interesting total. Do you have an estimation for their total albums only in France?.

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