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post Sep 10 2014, 05:37 PM
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BILLBOARD 200

(billboard chart date 20th September 2014)

LW TW ARTIST - TITLE - TW SALES

** 01 Maroon 5 - V - 164,182 (NEW)
** 02 Jeezy - Seen It All - 121,190 (121,465) (NEW)
04 03 Guardians of the Galaxy - Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - 52,757 (426,499)
01 04 Ariana Grande - My Everything - 42,000 (211,000)
100 05 Bob Marley & The Wailers - Legend - 41,000 (11,643,000 since 1991)
** 06 Counting Crows - Somewhere Under Wonderland - 32,067 (NEW)
07 07 Frozen Soundtrack - 30,000 (3,387,000)
05 08 Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour - 30,000 (553,000)
08 09 Now 51 - 28,000 (232,000)
06 10 Wiz Khalifa - Blacc Hollywood - 19,700 (140,220)

03 11 Kem - Promise to Love: Album IV
09 12 5 Seconds Of Summer - 5 Seconds Of Summer - 18,000 (440,000)
34 13 Miranda Lambert - Platinum - 17,000 (455,000)
02 14 Brad Paisley - Moonshine - 16,000 (69,000)
12 15 Ed Sheeran - x - 15,000 (447,000)
15 16 Luke Bryan - Crash My Party - 15,000 (2,116,000)
** 17 Johnny Winter - Step Back - 12,169 (NEW)
16 18 Iggy Azalea - The New Classic - 11,373 (334,522)
38 19 Lana Del Rey - Ultraviolence - 10,000 (362,000)
41 20 Arctic Monkeys - AM - 9,000 (484,000)

** 21 Frank Foster - Rhythm & Whiskey - 9,070 (NEW)
24 22 Now 50
18 23 Chase Rice - Ignite The Night - 9,000 (66,000)
** 24 Nick Carter & Jordan Knight - Nick & Knight - 8,532 (NEW)
25 25 Brantley Gilbert - Just As I Am - 8,000 (555,000)
26 27 OneRepublic - Native
29 26 Florida Georgia Line - Here's To The Good Times - 8,000 (2,022,000)
** 28 The Color Morale - Hold On Pain Ends - 8,000 (NEW)
70 29 The Black Keys - Turn Blue
28 30 Eric Clapton - The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale

33 31 Coldplay - Ghost Stories - 8,000 (703,000)
46 32 Sia - 1000 Forms of Fear - 8,000 (114,000)
27 33 Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers - Hypnotic Eye
14 34 Beyonce - Beyonce - 7,261 (2,062,614)
22 35 Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute To Motley Crue - 7,000 (50,000)
31 36 Godsmack - 1000HP - 7,025
35 37 Lorde - Pure Heroine - 7,000 (1,428,000)
10 38 Avenged Sevenfold - Waking the Fallen
** 39 The Walls Group - Fast Forward (NEW)
32 40 Kidz Bop Kidz - Kidz Bop 26

39 41 Trey Songz - Trigga - 6,235 (236,289)
44 43 Eric Church - The Outsiders - 6,000 (708,000)
50 44 Blake Shelton - Based On A True Story - 6,000 (1,354,000)
51 47 Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2 - 5,281 (2,195,274)
58 48 Imagine Dragons - Night Visions
71 51 August Alsina - Testimony - 4,844 (197,607)
61 52 Katy Perry - PRISM - 5,000 (1,481,000)
63 54 John Legend - Love In The Future - 4,599 (615,760)
57 55 Linkin Park - The Hunting Party - 4,584 (231,150)
75 57 Drake - Nothing Was The Same - 4,440 (1,624,308)
76 60 Rise Against - The Black Market - 4,325

64 64 Pharrell - G I R L
62 66 Michael Jackson - Xscape
19 69 Opeth - Pale Communion - 3,925
42 71 The 1975 - The 1975
74 73 Bastille - Bad Blood
82 77 Big Smo - Kuntry Livin' - 3,700 (83,000)
137 79 Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane (5,025,000)
81 80 Jason Derulo - Talk Dirty
11 81 Thousand Foot Krutch - OXYGEN:INHALE - 3,550
95 84 Theory of a Deadman - Savages - 3,350
40 90 Ariana Grande - Yours Truly

** 96 Code Orange - I Am King - 3,150 (NEW)
86 97 Sam Hunt - X2C - 3,100 (20,000)
106 98 Adele - 21
93 99 Avenged Sevenfold - Hail To The King - 3,075
110 100 Lana Del Rey - Born To Die
30 103 Royal Blood - Royal Blood
85 107 One Direction - Midnight Memories
101 111 Seether - Isolate And Medicate - 3,850 (90,000)
114 116 Eric Clapton - Icon: Eric Clapton
49 117 Ace Frehley - Space Invader - 2,775
121 118 Foreigner - Juke Box Heroes

RE 128 Thirty Seconds to Mars - Love Lust Faith + Dreams (186,000)
125 129 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin
RE 139 Maroon 5 - Overexposed
144 141 Ed Sheeran - x
90 142 FKA twigs - LP1
117 143 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin II
158 145 Led Zeppelin - Led Zeppelin III

83 148 Troye Sivan - TRXYE EP
141 149 Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon

161 151 Def Leppard - Pyromania
RE 152 Katy Perry - Teenage Dream
155 159 5 Seconds Of Summer - She Looks So Perfect EP
167 169 Five Finger Death Punch - The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell Vol. 2 - 2,075
164 170 Five Finger Death Punch - The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell Vol. 1 - 2,075
146 175 Judas Priest - Redeemer of Souls - 2,400
** 180 Blonde Redhead - Barragan - 2,000 (NEW)
RE 183 Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More

185 188 The Pretty Reckless - Going To Hell - 1,950 (110,000)
RE 197 Mumford & Sons - Babel

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Chart Highlights
  • Maroon 5's "V" sold 164,182 to debut at #1 this week. Previous album "Overexposed" debuted at #2 with 222,000 (2012), "Hands All Over" also started at #2 with 142,000 (2010), and "It Won't Be Soon Before Long" sold 429,000 to debut at #1 (2007). Their debut album "Songs About Jane" peaked at #6 in 2004 and is their biggest seller so far with 5,025,000.
  • "Guardians of the Galaxy - Awesome Mix Vol. 1" climbs back up the chart to #3 this week with sales of 53,000, helped by an iTunes sale where the album was $6.99.
  • Bob Marley & The Wailers' "Legend" climbs 95 places to #5 this week with sales of 41,000. In the 30 years since it was released, this is its first visit to the Top 10 (previously climbed as high at #18 in 2012). Google Play is solely responsible for the climb as they had the album on sale for 99c last week. It has sold 11,643,000 since 1991 and is certified for 15 million units by the RIAA.
  • This week's album sales were 4.13 million - down -1% on last week and down -18% compared with same week last year. YTD stands at 162.79 million - down -15% on same point last year.

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post Sep 10 2014, 05:45 PM
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The tenth album barely scraping 20k. Pathetic.
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post Sep 11 2014, 03:28 PM
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QUOTE(britster @ Sep 10 2014, 06:37 PM) *
41 20 Arctic Monkeys - AM - 9,000 (484,000)

About 2 week from half a million.

Not bad considering only one track reached the Hot 100 ("Do I Wanna Know?" got to #70).

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Nice to see Sam Smith scanning over the Gold threshold!!! Lana and Iggy might reach 500k by November or Early December, if they sell consistently at that rate or better. Ariana's Yours Truly will see Gold this year also and My Everything did plummet much harder than I thought on its second week.
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QUOTE(buzz_person @ Sep 11 2014, 04:52 PM) *
Nice to see Sam Smith scanning over the Gold threshold!!! Lana and Iggy might reach 500k by November or Early December, if they sell consistently at that rate or better. Ariana's Yours Truly will see Gold this year also and My Everything did plummet much harder than I thought on its second week.

Iggy's got a re-release coming, so most likely.

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post Sep 11 2014, 07:06 PM
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The Maroon 5 album has got off to a quite good start for them, but it is very notable that it's significantly less than the start for Overexposed (and would seem to indicate a much lower end total) given Overexposed was coming off the back of an album that sold ~1 million while V is coming off the back of an album that sold ~1.5 million. With 'Maps' being nowhere near as big as 'Payphone', I can see this... just about passing gold?
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post Sep 14 2014, 12:25 PM
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I think gold status is very good these days no matter where you come from (obviously coming from 2 million selling album it is an underperformance)

With album sales down about 50 percent in ten years you can calculate the popularity equalling a million seller in 2004 so anything close to million now is huge.
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Maroon 5 really need to release 'It Was Always You', it's clearly a very popular track and would give them a good shot at actually selling the album.
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