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    by » Wed February 18th, 2015, 18:34

    Worldwide iTunes Album Chart 2015/02/17
    99. Michael Jackson - Number Ones

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    by » Thu February 19th, 2015, 16:07

    2/28 Billboard 200

    160 170 90 200 Number Ones, Michael Jackson 4xP
    162 158 – 236 Thriller, Michael Jackson 29xP

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    by » Fri February 20th, 2015, 10:16

    ITALY

    TOP 20 MUSIC DVDS
    Live At Wembley #8 (+10) : 90 Wks

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    by » Sat February 21st, 2015, 01:42

    Spike Lee Will Follow-Up 'Bad 25' With A Doc About Michael Jackson's 'Off The Wall' Record

    Say what you will about Spike Lee’s recent narrative forays —the studio-sized “Oldboy” and the crowd-sourced “Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus,” both of which received negative reviews from this website and from most critics—but his documentary work has been on point for several years now. Lee's two Hurricane Katrina docs are some of the finest works of his career (see our Spike Lee Retrospective), and his portraits of Kobe Bryant, Mike Tyson and the Broadway play “Passing Strange,” demonstrate his ongoing versatility in the field. One of those successful documentaries was “Bad 25,” a look at Michael Jackson’s seminal 1987 album Bad on its 25th anniversary: it featured great insights from Questlove, Mariah Carey and Martin Scorsese sitting for his first interview in several decades about directing the now-iconic “Bad” music video.

    Lee had suggested he’d love to do more Michael Jackson album docs if the singer's estate and Sony/Epic Records, which released the majority of his recordings before and after his death, were willing, and it looks like both were pleased with “Bad 25” and have thus signed off. In an interview with Thompson On Hollywood about “Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus,” Lee revealed that he is currently working on a documentary about Jackson’s pioneering 1979 disco-pop solo album Off The Wall, which launched the singer into mega-stardom and led to the pop cultural juggernaut Thriller.

    “I recently did ‘Bad 25,’ a making of Michael Jackson’s album and now we’re making ‘Off The Wall,’” he said.

    There’s no word yet if a Thriller doc is a go yet, but we’ll assume it’s only a matter of time and Sony is working on one documentary per album at a time. Asked if he has any scripts in the drawer that he’d like to revive or revisit, Lee said mums the word, not wanting to “jinx” anything.

    But during a recent Meet The Filmmaker Apple Store chat for “Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus,” when asked if he would return to “the Republic Of Brooklyn” for more narrative features set within the borough, Lee reminded the audience that one is already written. “Definitely,” he said, “I have a script that's a mutherf*cker. I just gotta get the money for it. It's called ‘Brooklyn Loves MJ.’ So if we get the money for that, you'll like that too.”

    “Brooklyn Loves MJ,” which we've written about previously, is a Cain and Abel-esque story set against a backdrop of gentrification in Lee’s Fort Greene neighborhood during the summer of '09, when fans were mourning Jackson's death. Given that the singer's death and music is written into the script, including his likeness, image and myriad references beyond just an inclusion in the title, we’d assumed the stoppage on the project —it was all ready to go with a cast in 2009— was due to music rights. But since Lee, the MJ estate and Sony are on board for further Jackson documentaries, it sounds like funding is the main obstacle. Calling Megan Ellison, the current patron saint of American auteurs: do the right thing.

    On top of his “Off The Wall” project, Lee also has a documentary on Brazil in the works called “Go Brazil, Go,” which coincidentally is the country in which he shot his first Michael Jackson music video, “They Don't Care About Us.” “Da Sweet Blood Of Jesus” is available for rental and download on Vimeo now and is open in limited release in several markets. Watch the full 20 minute TOH interview with Lee below.

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    by » Sun February 22nd, 2015, 10:53

    AUSTRALIA

    TOP 50 Catalouge Albums

    26 (26) The Essential 268wks <P8>
    45 (43) Mowtown Years 6wks <G>

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    by » Mon February 23rd, 2015, 09:49

    Quote Originally Posted by Dancingmachine84
    AUSTRALIA

    TOP 50 Catalouge Albums

    26 (26) The Essential 268wks <P8>
    45 (43) Mowtown Years 6wks <G>
    TOP 100 ALBUMS
    The Essential #101 (-8)

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    by » Mon February 23rd, 2015, 09:53

    UK

    TOP 50 MUSIC DVDS
    Moonwalker #24 (+10) : 296 Wks (T200) : 253 Wks (T50)
    Live At Wembley #47 (RE) : 23 Wks (T50)

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    by » Mon February 23rd, 2015, 20:23

    IFPI announces:

    http://www.ifpi.org/news/Taylor-Swift-n ... ts-of-2014

    Top 10 global recording artists 2014

    1 Taylor Swift
    2 One Direction
    3 Ed Sheeran
    4 Coldplay
    5 AC/DC
    6 Michael Jackson
    7 Pink Floyd
    8 Sam Smith
    9 Katy Perry
    10 Beyoncé

    (Source: IFPI. See note to editors below)

    The independently verified chart includes sales of albums – across digital, CD and vinyl formats; singles, both downloaded and physical; on-demand audio streams and music videos. The chart includes all the music of each artist featured, not just one track or album. It uses track and album equivalents to combine measurements of downloads, physical sales and streams.

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    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 10:42

    Quote Originally Posted by pierpinto
    UK

    TOP 50 MUSIC DVDS
    Moonwalker #24 (+10) : 296 Wks (T200) : 253 Wks (T50)
    Live At Wembley #47 (RE) : 23 Wks (T50)
    Great to see the Top 50 (as opposed the Top 40) Music Videos now listed by the OCC, with a Top 50 archive dating back to January 1994 ~ looks like I've a lot of work to do, researching positions 41-50

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    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 16:29

    Quote Originally Posted by Lewis17
    Quote Originally Posted by pierpinto
    UK

    TOP 50 MUSIC DVDS
    Moonwalker #24 (+10) : 296 Wks (T200) : 253 Wks (T50)
    Live At Wembley #47 (RE) : 23 Wks (T50)
    Great to see the Top 50 (as opposed the Top 40) Music Videos now listed by the OCC, with a Top 50 archive dating back to January 1994 ~ looks like I've a lot of work to do, researching positions 41-50
    yes, absolutely

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    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 16:43

    OFFICIAL CHARTS COMPANY (UK)
    MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
    AS OF 19TH FEBRUARY, 2015


    Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

    1. Elvis – 2636 weeks (1302 weeks for singles) (1334 weeks for albums)
    2. Cliff Richard – 2033 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (856 weeks for albums)
    3. Michael Jackson – 1906 weeks (686 weeks for singles) (1220 weeks for albums)
    4. The Beatles – 1832 (461 weeks for singles) (1371 weeks for albums)
    5. Queen – 1823 weeks (439 weeks for singles) (1384 weeks for albums)
    6. Madonna – 1822 (736 weeks for singles) (1086 weeks for albums)
    7. Elton John – 1670 weeks (649 weeks for singles) (1021 weeks for albums)
    8. Rod Stewart – 1590 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1114 weeks for albums)
    9. U2 – 1445 weeks (363 weeks for singles) (1082 weeks for albums)
    10. David Bowie – 1419 weeks (459 weeks for singles) (960 weeks for albums)

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    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 19:21

    FRANCE

    TOP 250 Albums
    157 (139) Number Ones : 103 Wks (Since 02/2011)
    161 (135) Thriller : 115 Wks (Since 02/2011)

    Top 100 Catalogue Albums
    14 (15) Number Ones : 220 Wks
    19 (21) Thriller : 287 Wks
    69 (61) Bad : 134 Wks

    TOP 40 MUSIC DVDS
    Live At Wembley #10 (-2) : 83 Wks
    Live In Bucharest #18 (+1) : 315 Wks

    TOP 200 Singles
    Smooth Criminal #149 (RE) : 23 Wks

  15. #10090

    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 20:54

    Question Pierpinto

    Do you know how many Albums Michael sold worldwide in 2014?

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    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 21:05

    Quote Originally Posted by Robin408
    Question Pierpinto

    Do you know how many Albums Michael sold worldwide in 2014?

    I would say over 3 million, of which 1 million in The USA

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    by » Tue February 24th, 2015, 21:11

    Quote Originally Posted by pierpinto
    Quote Originally Posted by Robin408
    Question Pierpinto

    Do you know how many Albums Michael sold worldwide in 2014?

    I would say over 3 million, of which 1 million in The USA

    Thanks!

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    by » Thu February 26th, 2015, 15:13

    3/7 Billboard 200

    117 Re-Entry 123 The Essential Michael Jackson, Michael Jackson 3xP
    155 162 158 237 Thriller, Michael Jackson 29xP

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    by » Thu February 26th, 2015, 15:53

    Bad and Thriller should be re-certified.

    It seems impossible they have not sold 10 millions and 30 millions respectively in U.S

    Michael Jackson ?
    Janet Jackson ?
    Beyoncé ?
    Whitney Houston ?
    Mariah Carey ?
    Bruno Mars ?

    http://www.lastfm.com.br/user/MarlonSerpa

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    by » Thu February 26th, 2015, 15:54

    ^It's up to Sony to re-certify them. It's a waiting game now.

    Essential should be 4xP and Number Ones 5xP.

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    by » Thu February 26th, 2015, 22:14

    Does anyone have update sales from Michael's dvd?

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    by » Thu February 26th, 2015, 23:24

    ITALY

    TOP 20 MUSIC DVDS
    Live At Wembley #11 (-3) : 91 Wks

  23. #10098

    by » Fri February 27th, 2015, 19:53

    NETHERLANDS

    TOP 100 Midprice Albums
    47 (RE) The Essential 49wks

  24. #10099

    by » Sat February 28th, 2015, 02:54

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    BEST SELLING ALBUMS OF THE 80'S

    01 Michael Jackson ' Thriller' (Epic 1983) 67 million
    02 AC/DC 'Back In Black' (Alantic 1980) 34 million
    03 Michael Jackson 'Bad (Epic 1987) 33 million
    04 Bob Marley & The Wailers 'Legend' (Island 1984) 32 million
    05 Guns n' Roses 'Appetite For Destruction' (Geffen 1988) 29 million
    06 Dire Straits 'Brothers In Arms' (Warner 1985) 29 million
    07 Bruce Springsteen 'Born In The USA' (Columbia 1984) 29 million
    08 Soundtrack 'Dirty Dancing' (RCA 1987) 28 million
    09 U2 ' The Joshua Tree' (Island 1987) 28 million
    10 Queen 'Greatest Hits' (Elektra-EMI 1981) 28 Million

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    by » Sat February 28th, 2015, 11:12

    AUSTRALIA

    TOP 50 Catalouge Albums

    39 (26) The Essential 269 wks <P8>
    46 (45) Mowtown Years 7 wks <G>

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