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Ellie Goulding finally gets a higher-charting album than Little Mix this week. Ellie peaked at #21 with Lights and #9 with Halcyon, the latter selling 34K in its opening week, compared to 42K sales and 61 total units for Delirium which is at #3, a new career peak for her. Little Mix, on the other hand, had a #4 debut for DNA and #6 for Salute but settle for #13 for Get Weird. They sold 21,853 copies last week, compared to a 40,414 opening for Salute and over 50K for DNA. Neither of those were released in Q4 though, Salute was in Feb. 2014 and DNA was in May 2013. Still, that's a shame, I would have expected better after 'Black Magic' did relatively well.

01 01 09 Chris Stapleton, Traveller (124,000 (97,000 | 27,000 SEA/TEA))
02 03 02 Eric Church, Mr. Misunderstood (65,000 (58,000 | 7,000 SEA/TEA))
03 NE 01 Ellie Goulding, Delirium (61,000 (42,000 | 19,000 SEA/TEA))
04 05 11 The Weeknd, Beauty Behind The Madness (46,000)
05 NE 01 Tim McGraw, Damn Country Music (43,000 (39,000 | 4,000 SEA/TEA))
06 RE 198 The Beatles, 1 (40,000 (39,000 | 1,000 SEA/TEA))
07 04 02 Various Artists, NOW 56 (38,000)
08 06 07 Fetty Wap, Fetty Wap (37,000)
09 02 03 Carrie Underwood, Storyteller (33,000)
10 NE 01 Sara Bareilles, What's Inside: Songs From Waitress (30,000 (27,000 | 3,000 SEA/TEA))
11 43 74 Sam Smith, In The Lonely Hour
12 09 08 Drake & Future, What A Time To Be Alive
13 NE 01 Little Mix, Get Weird (21,853 in sales)
14 11 55 Taylor Swift, 1989
15 12 55 Sam Hunt, Montevallo
16 NE 01 Old Dominion, Meat And Candy
17 16 07 Thomas Rhett, Tangled Up
18 15 05 Selena Gomez, Revival
19 40 15 Pentatonix, That's Christmas To Me
20 20 44 Meghan Trainor, Title
21 23 07 Bryson Tiller, T R A P S O U L
22 17 14 Luke Bryan, Kill The Lights
23 14 03 Blake Shelton, Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits
24 19 247 Adele, 21
25 29 73 Ed Sheeran, x
26 07 03 5 Seconds Of Summer, Sounds Good Feels Good
27 27 26 twenty one pilots, Blurryface
28 25 31 Shawn Mendes, Handwritten
29 22 04 Pentatonix, Pentatonix
30 26 17 Future, DS2
31 38 52 Justin Timberlake, The 20/20 Experience (2 Of 2)
32 28 04 Kidz Bop Kids, Kidz Bop 30
33 NE 01 Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12: 1965 - 1966, The Best Of The Cutting Edge
34 32 40 Drake, If You're Reading This It's Too Late
35 35 29 Elle King, Love Stuff
36 NE 01 Grimes, Art Angels
37 24 04 Demi Lovato, Confident
38 53 07 Original Broadway Cast Recording, Hamilton: An American Musical
39 NE 01 Josh Abbott Band, Front Row Seat
40 37 56 Little Big Town, Pain Killer
41 39 11 Halsey, Badlands
42 41 49 J. Cole, 2014 Forest Hills Drive
43 NE 01 Cole Swindell, Down Home Sessions II (EP)
44 21 02 Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, If I Can Dream
45 NE 01 Seal, 7
46 46 10 Travi$ Scott, Rodeo
47 18 02 Chris Janson, Buy Me A Boat
48 NE 01 Billy Gibbons And The BFG's, Perfectamundo
49 NE 01 Sawyer Fredericks, Sawyer Fredericks (EP)

50 104 03 Chris Tomlin, Adore: Christmas Songs Of Worship
51 42 43 Fall Out Boy, American Beauty / American Psycho
52 08 02 Various Artists, We Love Disney
53 57 58 Hozier, Hozier
54 50 12 Alessia Cara, Four Pink Walls (EP)
55 172 40 Michael Bublé, Christmas
56 49 24 Major Lazer, Peace Is The Mission
57 NE 01 Deitrick Haddon, Masterpiece
58 10 02 Def Leppard, Def Leppard
59 NE 01 Angie Stone, Dream
60 47 05 The Game, The Documentary 2
61 62 45 Rae Sremmurd, SremmLife
62 61 29 Zac Brown Band, Jekyll + Hyde
63 79 12 Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
64 69 10 Five Finger Death Punch, Got Your Six
65 55 20 X Ambassadors, VHS
66 71 191 Adele, 19
67 54 92 Eric Church, The Outsiders
68 67 63 Maroon 5, V
69 44 03 Andrea Bocelli, Cinema
70 33 02 Lalah Hathaway, Live
71 68 57 Florida Georgia Line, Anything Goes
72 74 65 twenty one pilots, Vessel
73 73 109 Drake, Nothing Was The Same
74 76 38 Big Sean, Dark Sky Paradise
75 36 06 Janet, Unbreakable
76 78 141 Drake, Take Care
77 125 25 Chris Tomlin, Love Ran Red
78 140 68 Sia, 1000 Forms Of Fear
79 65 07 George Strait, Cold Beer Conversation
80 56 07 Don Henley, Cass County
81 98 07 Various Artists, WOW Hits 2016
82 77 48 Nicki Minaj, The Pinkprint
83 198 03 Soundtrack, The Peanuts Movie
84 13 02 The Neighbourhood, Wiped Out!
85 NE 01 Bob Dylan, The Bootleg Series, Vol. 12: 1965 - 1966, The Cutting Edge, Deluxe Edition
86 80 35 Kendrick Lamar, To Pimp A Butterfly
87 83 20 Meek Mill, Dreams Worth More Than Money
88 95 49 Carrie Underwood, Greatest Hits: Decade #1
89 89 111 Fleetwood Mac, Greatest Hits
90 84 08 Shinedown, Threat To Survival
91 148 34 James Bay, Chaos And The Calm
92 81 04 Machine Gun Kelly, General Admission
93 NE 01 Hunter Hayes, 21 Project
94 93 13 Melanie Martinez, Cry Baby
95 82 05 R. City, What Dreams Are Made Of
96 NE 01 Natalie Merchant, Paradise Is There: The New Tigerlily Recordings
97 97 241 Eminem, The Eminem Show
98 52 39 Imagine Dragons, Smoke + Mirrors
99 RE 20 Leon Bridges, Coming Home
100 110 29 Josh Groban, Stages
101 NE 01 Yandel, Dangerous
102 RE 242 AC/DC, Back In Black
103 103 02 The Chainsmokers, Bouquet (EP)
104 31 03 Sam Hunt, Between The Pines: Acoustic Mixtape
105 100 159 Kendrick Lamar, good kid, m.A.A.d city
106 96 08 Lana Del Rey, Honeymoon
107 106 25 A$AP Rocky, At.Long.Last.A$AP
108 117 27 Lauren Daigle, How Can It Be
109 72 03 DJ Khaled, I Changed A Lot
110 87 08 Mac Miller, GO:OD AM
111 86 14 Various Artists, NOW 55
112 88 121 Alanis Morissette, Jagged Little Pill
113 102 58 Jason Aldean, Old Boots, New Dirt
114 48 03 Rod Stewart, Another Country
115 59 04 The Game, The Documentary 2.5
116 108 70 G-Eazy, These Things Happen
117 45 246 Michael Jackson, Thriller
118 112 118 Luke Bryan, Crash My Party
119 116 89 The Weeknd, Trilogy
120 NE 01 Soundtrack, Spectre
121 113 15 Soundtrack, Descendants
122 168 14 tobyMac, This Is Not A Test
123 115 198 Lana Del Rey, Born To Die
124 RE 51 Zac Brown Band, Greatest Hits So Far...
125 119 16 Queen, Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection
126 120 12 Disturbed, Immortalized
127 118 167 Imagine Dragons, Night Visions
128 NE 01 Devil You Know, They Bleed Red
129 RE 04 Various Artists, 21 Totally 80s Hits
130 109 04 OMI, Me 4 U
131 132 59 Tove Lo, Queen Of The Clouds
132 91 26 Kelsea Ballerini, The First Time
133 128 09 Bring Me The Horizon, That's The Spirit
134 105 40 Soundtrack, Fifty Shades Of Grey
135 142 32 Flo Rida, My House (EP)
136 165 28 Mumford & Sons, Wilder Mind
137 114 18 Cam, Welcome To Cam Country (EP)
138 51 08 Ryan Adams, 1989
139 60 02 Various Artists, 80s Fundamentals
140 129 382 Journey, Journey's Greatest Hits
141 122 78 Brantley Gilbert, Just As I Am
142 121 64 Ariana Grande, My Everything
143 135 390 Bob Marley And The Wailers, Legend: The Best Of Bob Marley And The Wailers
144 124 09 Brett Eldredge, Illinois
145 90 02 Various Artists, NOW That's What I Call Disney Princess
146 RE 61 Josh Groban, Noel
147 134 154 Florida Georgia Line, Here's To The Good Times
148 138 267 Eminem, Curtain Call: The Hits
149 127 38 Skrillex & Diplo, Skrillex & Diplo Present Jack U
150 RE 70 Casting Crowns, Thrive
151 RE 02 Joey + Rory, His And Hers
152 130 05 Jana Kramer, Thirty-One
153 RE 46 Elvis Presley, It's Christmas Time
154 160 139 Michael Jackson, Bad
155 63 12 Muse, Drones
156 101 69 Miranda Lambert, Platinum
157 149 170 Ed Sheeran, +
158 151 109 Metallica, Master Of Puppets
159 145 50 WALK THE MOON, TALKING IS HARD
160 139 66 Trey Songz, Trigga
161 147 106 Eminem, The Marshall Mathers LP 2
162 136 05 Daya, Daya (EP)
163 137 07 Disclosure, Caracal
164 RE 44 Vince Guaraldi Trio, A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack)
165 143 12 Lil Dicky, Professional Rapper
166 175 52 One Direction, Four
167 146 252 Bruno Mars, Doo-Wops & Hooligans
168 144 101 Beyoncé, Beyoncé
169 159 21 Breaking Benjamin, Dark Before Dawn
170 152 35 Soundtrack, Furious 7
171 RE 48 Céline Dion, These Are Special Times
172 NE 01 MercyMe, MercyMe, It's Christmas!
173 94 75 Dierks Bentley, Riser
174 169 103 Soundtrack, Frozen
175 164 107 Metallica, ...And Justice For All
176 RE 30 Kids Choir, 51 Songs Kids Really Love To Sing
177 170 120 2Pac, Greatest Hits
178 188 05 DeJ Loaf, #AndSeeThatsTheThing (EP)
179 RE 11 ODESZA, In Return
180 RE 110 Bon Jovi, Slippery When Wet
181 157 09 Jess Glynne, I Cry When I Laugh
182 186 43 J. Cole, Born Sinner
183 30 02 Puscifer, Money $hot
184 RE 161 Guns N' Roses, Appetite For Destruction
185 183 134 Fall Out Boy, Save Rock And Roll
186 141 137 Amy Winehouse, Back To Black
187 191 261 The Rolling Stones, Hot Rocks 1964-1971
188 75 58 Kenny Chesney, The Big Revival
189 RE 52 J. Cole, Cole World: The Sideline Story
190 123 89 Cole Swindell, Cole Swindell
191 RE 38 Andy Grammer, Magazines Or Novels
192 158 135 Taylor Swift, Red
193 RE 113 Arctic Monkeys, AM
194 190 38 Travis Tritt, The Very Best Of Travis Tritt
195 RE 06 Alabama, Southern Drawl
196 RE 111 Tim McGraw, Number One Hits
197 RE 52 Mariah Carey, Merry Christmas
198 195 212 Eminem, Recovery
199 194 27 Soundtrack, Pitch Perfect 2
200 RE 97 Childish Gambino, Because The Internet
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Chris Stapleton Spends Second Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart
By Keith Caulfield | November 15, 2015 4:42 PM EST

Chris Stapleton secures a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as his Traveller effort continues to bask in the glow of the Country Music Association (CMA) Awards. The set shifted another 124,000 equivalent album units in the week ending Nov. 12 (down 30 percent), according to Nielsen Music. It sold another 97,000 in pure album sales (down 37 percent).

The Billboard 200 chart ranks the most popular albums of the week based on multi-metric consumption, which includes traditional album sales, track equivalent albums (TEA) and streaming equivalent albums (SEA). The new Nov. 28-dated chart (where Stapleton is No. 1) will be posted in full to Billboard’s Web sites on Tuesday, Nov. 17.

A week ago, Traveller made history as the first album to reenter the chart at No. 1, as the set jumped back onto the tally after Stapleton’s three CMA Award wins on Nov. 4.

With a second week at No. 1, Traveller is one of only two albums to spend more than a week atop the list in 2015. Earlier in the year, Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights ruled for its first two frames.

The top two titles on the new Billboard 200 continue to fly the country flag, as Eric Church’s Mr. Misunderstood climbs a spot to No. 2 in its second chart week (65,000 units — down 14 percent; 58,000 in pure album sales — down 18 percent).

The chart’s highest new entry is Ellie Goulding’s Delirium, which debuts at No. 3 (61,000 units; 42,000 in pure album sales), giving the singer/songwriter her highest charting album yet. It surpasses the No. 9 debut and peak of her last studio effort, Halcyon, in 2012. Goulding also charted with her debut set, Lights (No. 21 in 2012) and an iTunes Session EP (No. 190 in 2013).

Goulding’s new album also marks the highest debut ever for the Cherrytree Records label (the album was released on Cherrytree through Interscope Records). It’s also the highest charting set for Cherrytree since 2010, when Lady Gaga’s The Fame spent three weeks in the top three (peaking at No. 2 on Jan. 16, 2010).

Delirium was led by the single “On My Mind.” It’s Goulding’s fifth top 20-charting track on the Billboard Hot 100, having reached No. 18 so far. The new album also contains her contribution to the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack, “Love Me Like You Do,” which climbed to No. 3 earlier in 2015.

Another artist who was also on the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack, The Weeknd, rises one rung on the new Billboard 200 to No. 4 with his former No. 1 album Beauty Behind the Madness (46,000 units).

Country superstar Tim McGraw bows at No. 5 with Damn Country Music (43,000 units; 39,000 in pure album sales). It’s McGraw’s 17th top 10 album. His last studio set, 2014’s Sundown Heaven Town, debuted and peaked at No. 3 with 71,000 sold in its first week.

The Beatles’ successful greatest hits package 1 returns to the list, reentering at No. 6 with 40,000 units (up 1,528 percent) and with 39,000 sold (up 2,623 percent). The former No. 1 (which spent eight nonconsecutive weeks atop the list in 2000 and 2001) bounds back onto the chart following its reissue on Nov. 6. It was rereleased in a variety of new formats, including sets that boasted music videos for each of the album’s 27 songs.

The Now 56 compilation slips 4-7 in its second week with 38,000 units (down 34 percent), Fetty Wap’s self-titled debut dips 6-8 with 37,000 (down 7 percent) and Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller falls 2-9 in its third week with 33,000 (down 59 percent).

Closing out the top 10 is Sara Bareilles’ What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress, which starts at No. 10 with 30,000 units (27,000 from pure album sales). It’s the fifth top 10 effort for the singer/songwriter, who last hit the top 10 in 2013 with The Blessed Unrest (debuting and peaking at No. 2).

The new album features songs written for the stage musical Waitress, which will open on Broadway on April 24, 2016. (Bareilles wrote the show’s music and lyrics.)
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Yeah, that's disappointing for Little Mix. They have a large core fanbase in the US which, together with the casual interest they'd have picked up with 'Black Magic' via their intensive promotion schedule over the last few months, would make you think they'd quite easily achieve their highest sales week with a Q4 release. Shame they missed the top 10 but it's still a decent result for a British girlband on their third album I suppose.

Nice to see Ellie get her strongest opening but I do think the album is slightly underperforming everywhere relative to her profile.
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That is an unusual dropoff for Little Mix, especially considering it's been their biggest album in the UK.
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Apparently this is the last chart that will be counted in Billboard's year-end rankings, so all of this week's sales for 25 will be counted toward 2016. Soundscan's cutoff date should be the last Thursday of the year which conveniently is December 31st.
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QUOTE(Riser @ Nov 23 2015, 05:30 AM) *
Apparently this is the last chart that will be counted in Billboard's year-end rankings, so all of this week's sales for 25 will be counted toward 2016. Soundscan's cutoff date should be the last Thursday of the year which conveniently is December 31st.

Annoyingly, Billboard's cut-off date combined with the release dates of both '1989' and '25' will mean there'll be a particularly large divergence between the Billboard and Soundscan YE charts this year. '1989' will finish first on ~4.81 million (about 3.40 million without TEA or SEA) according to Billboard, which crucially counts Taylor's massive sales weeks at the end of 2014, while Soundscan has the album on ~1.76 million so far for 2015. Adele will of course be nowhere to be seen on the former chart while absolutely trouncing the competition in the latter, having already sold ~1.75x '1989''s 2015 tally in a single week! It'll be pretty ridiculous to look back on this year in music and see '1989' as the #1 album, without a trace of Adele laugh.gif, but at least Taylor gets a year at the top I guess, as her album was only #3 for the 2014 Billboard year.


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