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post Aug 6 2014, 03:54 PM
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BILLBOARD 200

(billboard chart date 16th August 2014)

LW TW ARTIST - TITLE - TW SALES

** 01 Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - Hypnotic Eye - 130,589 (NEW)
** 02 Eric Clapton - The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale - 60,591 (NEW)
** 03 Guardians of the Galaxy - Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - 59,600 (NEW)
01 04 5 Seconds Of Summer - 5 Seconds Of Summer - 54,000 (313,000)
** 05 Shawn Mendes - Shawn Mendes EP - 47,876 (NEW)
02 06 Frozen Soundtrack - 33,000 (3,230,000)
04 07 Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour - 30,000 (416,000)
** 08 Theory of a Deadman - Savages - 28,423 (NEW)
** 09 Jenny Lewis - Voyager - 23,924 (NEW)
05 10 Kidz Bop Kidz - Kidz Bop 26 - 20,000 (93,000)

10 11 Ed Sheeran - x - 19,000 (361,000)
14 12 Brantley Gilbert - Just As I Am - 19,000 (500,000)
08 13 Now 50
03 14 Weird Al Yankovic - Mandatory Fun
** 15 PARTYNEXTDOOR - PARTYNEXTDOOR TWO - 15,924 (NEW)
13 16 Trey Songz - Trigga - 13,920 (191,416)
15 17 Miranda Lambert - Platinum - 12,000 (394,000)
18 18 Iggy Azalea - The New Classic - 12,056 (270,442)
16 19 Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence - 12,000 (310,000)
21 20 Coldplay - Ghost Stories - 12,000 (656,000)

19 21 Luke Bryan - Crash My Party - 12,000 (2,036,000)
12 22 OneRepublic - Native
23 23 Lorde - Pure Heroine - 11,000 (1,383,000)
25 24 Florida Georgia Line - Here's To The Good Times - 10,000 (1,975,000)
** 25 N’Sync - Essential N’Sync - 9,621 (NEW)
09 26 Jason Mraz - Yes
30 27 Michael Jackson - Xscape
27 28 Jack White - Lazaretto
06 29 Common - Nobody's Smiling - 8,066 (32,603)
** 30 Adelitas Way - Stuck - 7,725 (NEW)

22 31 Begin Again: Music From And Inspired By The Original Motion Picture
41 32 MAGIC! - Don't Kill The Magic
28 33 Sia - 1000 Forms of Fear - 7,000 (82,000)
44 34 Arctic Monkeys - AM
17 35 Rise Against - The Black Market - 7,050
42 36 Now Country 7 - 7,000 (116,000)
32 37 Linkin Park - The Hunting Party - 7,038 (191,757)
34 38 Vans Warped Tour '14: 2014 Tour Compilation - 6,775
57 39 Big Smo - Kuntry Livin' - 5,000 (61,000)
37 40 Pharrell Williams - G I R L - 6,138 (489,635)

46 41 John Legend - Love In The Future - 6,063 (589,345)
29 42 Imagine Dragons - Night Vision
55 49 Eric Church - The Outsiders - 5,000 (672,000)
58 50 Katy Perry - PRISM - 5,000 (1,453,000)
40 51 Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls - 5,350
53 52 Colt Ford - Thanks For Listening - 5,000 (52,000)
51 53 Seether - Isolate And Medicate - 5,200
48 54 August Alsina - Testimony - 5,109 (173,600)
69 56 Suicide Silence - You Can’t Stop Me - 4,600
59 60 Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2 4,733 (2,169,610)

66 61 Beyonce - Beyonce - 4,724 (2,026,364)
07 62 Crown the Empire - The Resistance: Rise of the Runaways - 28,766
67 64 Dierks Bentley - Riser - 5,000 (202,000)
63 67 Lana Del Rey - Born To Die
70 68 One Direction - Midnight Memories
62 69 Bastille - Bad Blood
45 72 Marsha Ambrosius - Friends & Lovers - 6,900 (24,100)
56 73 5 Seconds Of Summer - She Looks So Perfect (EP)
83 77 Rascal Flatts - Rewind - 4,000 (157,000)
99 79 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
64 80 Blake Shelton - Based On A True Story - 3,700 (1,325,000)

91 82 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
RE 83 Aloe Blacc - Lift Your Spirit
** 85 Marc Broussard - A Life Worth Living - 3,600 (NEW)
94 92 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III
104 93 Ariana Grande - Yours Truly - 3,000 (477,000)
101 95 Adele - 21 - 3,000 (10,975,000
132 96 Blake Shelton - Red River Blue - 3,300 )1,134,000)
90 97 Drake - Nothing Was The Same - 3,000 (1,604,000)
133 107 Avenged Sevenfold - Hail To The King - 2,925
** 112 Guardians Of The Galaxy (Score) Soundtrack (NEW)
31 115 Overkill - White Devil Armory - 2,850

156 127 Miley Cyrus - Bangerz
149 128 Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon
119 137 The 1975 - The 1975
183 139 Foreigner - Juke Box Heroes
144 143 Hunter Hayes - Storyline - 2,500 (135,000)
157 157 Ed Sheeran - +
RE 167 Dan + Shay - Where It All Began - 2,200 (81,400)
RE 174 Rend Collective - The Art Of Celebration
165 178 Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
RE 186 Sade - The Best Of Sade
152 189 Robin Thicke - Paula
158 193 Disclosure - Settle
177 195 The Pretty Reckless - Going To Hell - 2,400

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Umi's Chart Highlights
  • Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers score their first #1 album this week after a career of almost 37 years, and in selling 131,000 copies, grab their best début sales week since the Soundscan era began.
  • While a 37 year wait for a #1 is amazing, the record for a longest gap between first charting on the Albums Top 200 and getting a #1 album is 54 years - In 2011, Tony Bennett landed at #1 with "Duets II", after first charting with his 1957 début "Tony".
  • Shawn Mendes débuts at #5 with his self-titled EP and shifts 48,000 copies in the process. It becomes the 4th EP to reach the top 10 so far this year, following EPs from 5 Seconds of Summer, Luke Bryan and Austin Mahone.
  • Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending Aug. 3) totaled 4.3 million units, up 2 percent compared with the sum last week (4.2 million) and down 15 percent compared with the comparable sales week of 2013 (5.1 million).
  • Year-to-date album sales stand at 142.1 million, down 15 percent compared with the same total at this point last year (166.3 million).

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Not the most exciting of débuts I have to admit laugh.gif Impressive for Shawn Mendes but I'm surprised to see Ed out of the top 10 already.
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QUOTE(Umi @ Aug 6 2014, 08:38 PM) *
Not the most exciting of débuts I have to admit laugh.gif Impressive for Shawn Mendes but I'm surprised to see Ed out of the top 10 already.

QUOTE(britster @ Aug 6 2014, 04:54 PM) *
10 11 Ed Sheeran - x

Only down 1 place though.

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QUOTE(britster @ Aug 6 2014, 04:55 PM) *
Umi's Chart Highlights:
  • Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers score their first #1 album this week after a career of almost 37 years, and in selling 131,000 copies, grab their best début sales week since the Soundscan era began.
  • While a 37 year wait for a #1 is amazing, the record for a longest gap between first charting on the Albums Top 200 and getting a #1 album is 54 years - In 2011, Tony Bennett landed at #1 with "Duets II", after first charting with his 1957 début "Tony".
  • Shawn Mendes débuts at #5 with his self-titled EP and shifts 48,000 copies in the process. It becomes the 4th EP to reach the top 10 so far this year, following EPs from 5 Seconds of Summer, Luke Bryan and Austin Mahone.
  • Overall album sales in this past chart week (ending Aug. 3) totaled 4.3 million units, up 2 percent compared with the sum last week (4.2 million) and down 15 percent compared with the comparable sales week of 2013 (5.1 million).
  • Year-to-date album sales stand at 142.1 million, down 15 percent compared with the same total at this point last year (166.3 million).

I had no idea about Tony's record until now - that's an absolutely ridiculous achievement. It seems so unlikely anyone could ever break it in the future.

QUOTE(britster @ Aug 7 2014, 09:16 AM) *
Only down 1 place though.

That's true but it's still surprising with 'Don't' picking up already!
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Where is Sia this week?
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QUOTE(▲Tyler▲ @ Aug 7 2014, 10:28 PM) *
Where is Sia this week?

QUOTE(britster @ Aug 6 2014, 04:54 PM) *
BILLBOARD 200
28 33 Sia - 1000 Forms of Fear - 7,000 (82,000)


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Just noticed La Roux dropped off the chart completely.

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QUOTE(britster @ Aug 6 2014, 04:54 PM) *
158 193 Disclosure - Settle

Could be gone next week sad.gif Reminds me of Ellie's Lights, where even with a smash the album just never picked up momentum. Admittedly 'Latch' isn't as big as 'Lights' was but Disclosure have the credibility factor on their side.
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