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MARIAH.
post Aug 20 2017, 05:34 PM
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A note about the singles chart runs included in this thread:

The Top 200 chart runs (up to 6th May 2001) are sourced from the "Hit Music" charts, as used by http://www.zobbel.de/ website. Beyond that date, the Top 200s are sourced from the "Official Charts Company" charts. These two charts differed. "Hit Music" chart was a Top 200 list of the best selling singles in order, whereas only the Top 75 section of the "OCC" chart could claim to be the best sellers in order. OCC's 76-200 section featured "compressed positions", meaning that certain titles were removed from the chart.

OCC's old rules regarding their 76-200 section: "A single which, in the normal course of events, would appear between positions 76 and 200 of the combined Singles Chart is excluded if its sales have fallen for two or more consecutive weeks AND have fallen by more than 20% in the past week. Once excluded in this way, a record will only re-appear in the chart if its sales increase. Records excluded by this rule are shown on the printed chart report with their sales index and asterisks (***) in place of a chart position."

All the Top 200 chart runs from 6th May 2001 to 10th April 2005 are from OCC's "compressed" charts, which will explain the seemingly sudden drop outs from the charts & the erratic re-entries that occur; you'll see this clearly in the chart runs of their solo releases from these years.

From Wannabe (July 1996) up to the release of Mel B's 'Feels So Good' (February 2001) I've included the Hit Music Top 200 chart run and the Official Charts Company Top 100 chart run (as posted on their website).

From 17th April 2005 (which incidentally is when digital download sales were first introduced), the OCC scrapped their "compressed" rule and began showing the actual best selling singles in order, just like the old Hit Music charts. From this date up until 12th March 2006, they expanded to a Top 250. However, from 19th March 2006 the OCC reduced to a Top 200 again. From this date until the end of 2006, a song was allowed to chart on the strength of downloads alone for 1 week prior to a physical release (as can be seen with Emma Bunton's 'Downtown'). January 2007 marked the first time that all songs were allowed to chart if they were available to download, regardless of whether a physical format existed.



SINGLES




WANNABE


1st single from 'Spice'

Release Date: 8th July 1996
Peak: #1 (for 7 weeks)
Certification: 2xPlatinum (BPI / 22nd July 2013)
Total Sales: 1,545,488 Source (19th September 2017 / Official Charts Company) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 9wks | Top 5: 10wks | Top 10: 12wks | Top 20: 13wks | Top 40: 18wks | Top 75: 26wks | Top 100: 26wks (OCC) or 27wks (HM) | Top 200: 45wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 14/07/1996] 03-01-01-01-01-01-01-01-03-04-08-10-16-21-29-32-30-37-54-72-74-71-72-59-57-70-90-105-130-151-165-165-175-145-145-133-153-152-144-166-175-192-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 18/11/2007] 167-189-Out (OCC)
[3rd Entry: 19/08/2012] 155-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 14/07/1996] 03-01-01-01-01-01-01-01-03-04-08-10-16-21-29-32-30-37-54-72-74-71-72-59-57-70-out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
070,000 - #03 [14/07/1996] First Week Sales
108,000 - #01 [21/07/1996]
154,000 - #01 [28/07/1996]
150,000 - #01 [04/08/1996]
145,000 - #01 [11/08/1996]
125,000 - #01 [18/08/1996]
110,000 - #01 [25/08/1996]
090,000 - #01 [01/09/1996]
075,000 - #03 [08/09/1996]
058,000 - #04 [15/09/1996]
033,000 - #08 [22/09/1996]
027,000 - #10 [29/09/1996]





SAY YOU'LL BE THERE


2nd single from 'Spice'

Release Date: 14th October 1996
Peak: #1 (for 2 weeks)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / October 1996)
Total Sales: 991,788 (28th July 2017) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 4wks | Top 5: 4wks | Top 10: 5wks | Top 20: 11wks | Top 40: 12wks | Top 75: 17wks | Top 100: 21wks (OCC & HM) | Top 200: 26wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[Entry: 20/10/1996] 01-01-02-02-09-11-13-18-13-17-14-23-42-56-48-54-72-85-92-89-100-103-134-171-162-192-Out

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 20/10/1996] 01-01-02-02-09-11-13-18-13-17-14-23-42-56-48-54-72-80-out
[2nd Entry: 02/03/1997] 86-89-84-out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
349,000 - #01 [20/10/1996] First Week Sales
163,000 - #01 [27/10/1996]
116,000 - #02 [03/11/1996]
084,000 - #02 [10/11/1996]
Unknown - #09 [17/11/1996]





2 BECOME 1


3rd single from 'Spice'

Release Date: 16th December 1997
Peak: #1 (for 3 weeks)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / December 1996)
Total Sales: 1,181,653 Source (19th September 2017 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 3wks | Top 5: 3wks | Top 10: 4wks | Top 20: 9wks | Top 40: 16wks | Top 75: 23wks | Top 100: 23wks (OCC) or 25wks (HM) | Top 200: 33wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 22/12/1996] 01-01-01-06-11-18-18-17-19-24-27-30-33-44-31-27-34-48-61-76-54-56-63-75-86-104-102-126-190-182-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 27/07/1997] 197-Out (HM)
[3rd Entry: 18/11/2007] 146-188-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 22/12/1996] 01-01-01-06-11-18-18-17-19-24-27-30-33-44-31-27-34-48-61-Out
[2nd Entry: 11/05/1997] 54-56-63-75-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
429,000 - #01 [22/12/1996] First Week Sales
301,000 - #01 [29/12/1996]
113,000 - #01 [05/01/1997]
053,000 - #06 [12/01/1997]





MAMA / WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE


"Double A Side" 4th single from 'Spice'
Comic Relief charity single


Release Date: 3rd March 1997
Peak: #1 (for 3 weeks)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / March 1997)
Total Sales: 732,000 Source (24th March 2017 / Official Charts Company) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 4wks | Top 5: 4wks | Top 10: 5wks | Top 20: 7wks | Top 40: 10wks | Top 75: 15wks | Top 100: 20wks (OCC) or 18wks (HM) | Top 200: 24wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[1st Entry: 09/03/1997] 01-01-01-02-06-15-19-25-38-47-53-56-40-58-66-81-80-109-100-102-126-171-Out
[2nd Entry: 28/12/1997] 178-Out
[3rd Entry: 22/03/1998] 168-Out

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 09/03/1997] 01-01-01-02-06-15-19-25-38-47-53-56-40-58-66-Out
[2nd Entry: 29/06/1997] 78-92-86-86-97-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
248,000 - #01 [09/03/1997] First Week Sales
152,000 - #01 [16/03/1997]
085,000 - #01 [23/03/1997]
084,000 - #02 [30/03/1997]
034,000 - #06 [06/04/1997]





SPICE UP YOUR LIFE


1st single from 'Spiceworld'

Release Date: 13th October 1997
Peak: #1 (for 1 week)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / 17th October 1997)
Total Sales: 932,000 Source (19th October 2017 / Official Charts Company) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 3wks | Top 5: 4wks | Top 10: 5wks | Top 20: 6wks | Top 40: 12wks | Top 75: 15wks | Top 100: 19wks (OCC & HM) | Top 200: 37wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 19/10/1997] 01-02-03-04-10-20-24-29-34-37-29-37-50-59-65-80-100-107-110-108-87-144-195-147-130-126-137-164-170-197-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 31/05/1998] 195-Out (HM)
[3rd Entry: 14/06/1998] 200-200-Out (HM)
[4th Entry: 27/09/1998] 198-Out (HM)
[5th Entry: 15/11/1998] 185-Out (HM)
[6th Entry: 18/11/2007] 151-Out (OCC)
[7th Entry: 19/08/2012] 95-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 19/10/1997] 01-02-03-04-10-20-24-29-34-37-29-37-50-59-65-77-Out
[2nd Entry: 01/03/1998] 95-80-Out
[3rd Entry: 19/08/2012] 95-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
321,000 - #01 [19/10/1997] First Week Sales
162,000 - #02 [26/10/1997]
117,000 - #03 [02/11/1997]
075,000 - #04 [09/11/1997]
042,000 - #10 [16/11/1997]





TOO MUCH


2nd single from 'Spiceworld'

Release Date: 15th December 1997
Peak: #1 (for 2 weeks)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / 9th January 1998)
Total Sales: 690,000 Source (19th March 2017 / VH1's 'Official Top 20 Girl Group Hits Of The Past 20 Years' programme) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 3wks | Top 5: 3wks | Top 10: 4wks | Top 20: 5wks | Top 40: 7wks | Top 75: 15wks | Top 100: 18wks (OCC) or 17wks (HM) | Top 200: 22wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[1st Entry: 21/12/1997] 01-01-03-09-19-30-42-51-36-41-53-59-64-62-53-81-87-107-144-147-189-Out
[2nd Entry: 31/05/1998] 187-Out

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[Entry: 21/12/1997] 01-01-03-09-19-30-42-51-36-41-53-59-64-62-53-80-82-90-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
252,000 - #01 [21/12/1997] First Week Sales
218,000 - #01 [28/12/1997]
078,000 - #03 [04/01/1998]
025,000 - #09 [11/01/1998]





STOP


3rd single from 'Spiceworld'

Release Date: 9th March 1998
Peak: #2
Certification: Gold (BPI / 29th January 2016)
Total Sales: 420,200 Source (16th March 2017 / Official Charts Company) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 1wk | Top 5: 2wks | Top 10: 3wks | Top 20: 6wks | Top 40: 8wks | Top 75: 17wks | Top 100: 20wks (OCC) or 19wks (HM) | Top 200: 32wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 15/03/1998] 02-04-07-11-12-17-29-36-53-52-55-58-57-59-70-84-69-52-106-142-148-175-199-173-161-187-189-168-199-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 08/07/2007] 78-Out (OCC)
[3rd Entry: 18/11/2007] 172-174-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 15/03/1998] 02-04-07-11-12-17-29-36-53-52-55-58-57-59-70-82-69-52-86-Out
[2nd Entry: 08/07/2007] 78-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
115,000 - #02 [15/03/1998] First Week Sales
064,000 - #04 [22/03/1998]
037,000 - #07 [29/03/1998]





VIVA FOREVER


4th single from 'Spiceworld'

Release Date: 20th July 1998
Peak: #1 (for 2 weeks)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / 13th August 1998)
Total Sales: 708,000 Source (27th July 2017 / Official Charts Company) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 3wks | Top 5: 3wks | Top 10: 5wks | Top 20: 6wks | Top 40: 9wks | Top 75: 13wks | Top 100: 16wks (OCC) or 17wks (HM) | Top 200: 30wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 26/07/1998] 01-01-03-08-08-14-21-28-38-47-50-53-61-81-85-110-100-95-138-184-198-174-126-127-149-155-193-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 18/11/2007] 117-163-Out (OCC)
[3rd Entry: 30/12/2012] 192-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 26/07/1998] 01-01-03-08-08-14-21-28-38-47-50-53-61-Out
[2nd Entry: 15/11/1998] 82-85-99-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
277,911 - #01 [26/07/1998] First Week Sales
112,000 - #01 [02/08/1998]
069,000 - #03 [09/08/1998]
040,000 - #08 [16/08/1998]
034,000 - #08 [23/08/1998]





GOODBYE


1st single from 'Forever'

Release Date: 14th December 1998
Peak: #1 (for 1 week)
Certification: Platinum (BPI / 18th December 1998)
Total Sales: 900,000 Source (19th March 2017 / VH1's 'Official Top 20 Girl Group Hits Of The Past 20 Years' programme) {Includes Streaming Units}
Weeks: Top 3: 3wks | Top 5: 4wks | Top 10: 4wks | Top 20: 6wks | Top 40: 10wks | Top 75: 21wks | Top 100: 21wks (OCC & HM) | Top 200: 30wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[1st Entry: 20/12/1998] 01-02-02-05-12-20-27-31-44-42-57-48-42-37-61-68-71-74-49-34-63-122-173-193-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 29/08/1999] 195-150-164-193-Out (HM)
[3rd Entry: 12/12/1999] 192-Out (HM)
[4th Entry: 18/11/2007] 183-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[Entry: 20/12/1998] 01-02-02-05-12-20-27-31-44-42-57-48-42-37-61-68-71-74-49-34-63-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
380,000 - #01 [20/12/1998] First Week Sales
208,299 - #02 [27/12/1998]
092,000 - #02 [03/01/1999]
048,000 - #05 [10/01/1998]





HOLLER / LET LOVE LEAD THE WAY
"Double A Side" 2nd single from 'Forever'



Release Date: 23rd October 2000
Peak: #1 (for 1 week)
Certification: Silver (BPI / 27th October 2000)
Total Sales: 260,000 Source (30th May 2015 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 2wks | Top 5: 2wks | Top 10: 3wks | Top 20: 3wks | Top 40: 7wks | Top 75: 17wks | Top 100: 21wks (OCC & HM) | Top 200: 53wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[1st Entry: 29/10/2000] 01-03-10-22-31-38-39-43-46-42-46-62-54-54-64-66-69-79-80-86-101-112-120-127-109-110-126 (HM) ... 116-97-123-Out (OCC)
[2nd Entry: 03/06/2001] 146-144-147-151-153-150-144-161-145-127-114-115-127-151-143-143-165-189-Out (OCC)
[3rd Entry: 14/10/2001] 181-Out (OCC)
[4th Entry: 04/11/2001] 188-Out (OCC)
[5th Entry: 06/01/2002] 190-146-155-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 29/10/2000] 01-03-10-22-31-38-39-43-46-42-46-62-54-54-64-66-69-78-Out
[2nd Entry: 15/04/2001] 96-93-Out
[3rd Entry: 13/05/2001] 97-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
106,000 - #01 [29/10/2000] First Week Sales
051,000 - #03 [05/11/2000]
023,000 - #10 [12/11/2000]





HEADLINES (FRIENDSHIP NEVER ENDS)


Single from 'Greatest Hits'
Children In Need charity single


Release Date: 5th November 2007 (Digital) / 19th November 2007 (Physical)
Peak: #11
Certification: N/A
Total Sales: 51,000 Source (17th November 2016 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 20: 2wks | Top 40: 4wks | Top 75: 5wks | Top 100: 6wks | Top 200: 9wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[Entry: 11/11/2007] 20-23-11-21-55-95-104-123-162-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 40
007,197 - #20 [11/11/2007] First Week Sales
005,900 - #23 [18/11/2007]
014,941 - #11 [25/11/2007] Physical Release Week
005,543 - #21 [02/12/2007]
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ALBUMS




SPICE


Includes 'Wannabe', 'Say You'll Be There', '2 Become 1', 'Mama' & 'Who Do You Think You Are'

Release Date: 4th November 1996
Peak: #1 (for 15 weeks)
Certification: 10xPlatinum (BPI / August 1997)
First Week Sales: 114,305 (originally reported as 155,000)
Total Sales: 2,940,000 Source (14th July 2016 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 30wks | Top 5: 40wks | Top 10: 43wks | Top 20: 50wks | Top 40: 63wks | Top 75: 72wks | Top 100: 91wks | Top 200: 113wks

Top 200
[Entry: 10/11/1996] 01-02-02-01-01-01-01-01-01-01-01-02-03-04-03-03-01-02-01-01-01-01-02-02-03-02-01-02-02-03-04-05-05-04-04-05-04-02-04-04-06-09-11-09-11-13-15-20-22-20-22-20-21-27-36-35-33-39-38-39-33-37-40-56-77-102-98-102-89-91-101-94-101-107-95-106-103-87-89-97-89-91-67-74-84-75-84-87-86-89-75-71-79-91-120-136-112-111-115-44-44-61-91-112-121-110-135-123-121-121-118-112-185-Out




SPICEWORLD


Includes 'Spice Up Your Life', 'Too Much', 'Stop' & 'Viva Forever'

Release Date: 3rd November 1997
Peak: #1 (for 3 weeks)
Certification: 5xPlatinum (BPI / 19th December 1997)
First Week Sales: 191,856
Total Sales: 1,576,709 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
Weeks: Top 3: 9wks | Top 5: 10wks | Top 10: 11wks | Top 20: 25wks | Top 40: 48wks | Top 75: 55wks | Top 100: 66wks | Top 200: 85wks

Top 200
[1st Entry: 09/11/1997] 01-01-02-02-01-02-02-03-02-04-08-11-14-21-20-14-14-16-17-16-19-15-12-14-22-21-26-30-27-24-26-32-36-22-22-23-24-21-16-15-23-23-24-30-32-38-40-39-43-49-65-77-83-86-94-85-85-85-75-74-99-89-93-102-138-170-180-157-165-192-175-177-Out
[2nd Entry: 04/04/1999] 72-72-95-119-167-184-Out
[3rd Entry: 20/06/1999] 191-149-164-160-198-Out
[4th Entry: 26/12/1999] 151-169-Out




FOREVER


Includes 'Goodbye', 'Holler' & 'Let Love Lead The Way'

Release Date: 6th November 2000
Peak: #2
Certification: Platinum (BPI / 17th November 2000)
First Week Sales: 73,390
Total Sales: 266,000 Source (30th May 2015 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 1wk | Top 5: 1wk | Top 10: 1wk | Top 20: 2wks | Top 40: 5wks | Top 75: 8wks | Top 100: 10wks | Top 200: 15wks

Top 200
[1st Entry: 12/11/2000] 02-16-32-37-35-43-49-62-80-111-150-Out
[2nd Entry: 05/08/2001] 184-Out
[3rd Entry: 15/09/2002] 93-120-Out
[4th Entry: 19/01/2003] 185-Out




GREATEST HITS


Includes 'Headlines (Friendship Never Ends)' & all previous hits

Release Date: 12th November 2007
Peak: #2
Certification: Platinum (BPI / 25th January 2008)
First Week Sales: 75,787
Total Sales: 413,129 Source (19th August 2012 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 1wk | Top 5: 1wk | Top 10: 2wks | Top 20: 5wks | Top 40: 11wks | Top 75: 14wks | Top 100: 17wks | Top 200: 31wks

Top 200
[1st Entry: 18/11/2007] 02-07-12-13-22-27-29-34-36-39-41-67-107-138-Out
[2nd Entry: 22/02/2009] 173-Out
[3rd Entry: 12/08/2012] 164-18-62-136-179-Out
[4th Entry: 18/11/2012] 190-Out
[5th Entry: 09/12/2012] 84-108-117-90-107-98-108-146-128-Out
[6th Entry: 15/07/2016] 180-Out
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SINGLES




I WANT YOU BACK
[feat. Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott]


1st single from 'Hot'

Release Date: 14th September 1998
Peak: #1 (for 1 week)
Certification: Silver (BPI / 25th September 1998)
First Week Sales: 86,000
Total Sales: 226,000 Source (29th June 2017 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 1wk | Top 5: 2wks | Top 10: 2wks | Top 20: 3wks | Top 40: 6wks | Top 75: 9wks | Top 100: 15wks (OCC) or 12wks (HM) | Top 200: 19wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[Entry: 20/09/1998] 01-04-15-28-33-40-52-66-75-94-102-110-104-97-102-89-129-149-185-Out

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 20/09/1998] 01-04-15-28-33-40-52-66-75-Out
[2nd Entry: 06/12/1998] 90-92-87-89-82-100-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
86,000 - #01 [20/09/1998]
57,000 - #04 [27/09/1998]





WORD UP


Non-album single

Note: The chart from 4th July 1999 suffered from having missing sales data (from Virgin & Our Price stores), which resulted in an inaccurate chart being aired/published. This affected 'Word Up', which was revealed to have entered at #14. In February 2015, the correct chart was published via the Official Charts website, and it was revealed that 'Word Up' had actually charted at #13! Therefore, this is what I'm noting its peak position as being.

Further reading: BBC / Incorrect 1999 chart / Correct 1999 chart


Release Date: 28th June 1999
Peak: #13
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 20,000
Total Sales: 76,996 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
Weeks: Top 20: 2wks | Top 40: 3wks | Top 75: 8wks | Top 100: 9wks (OCC) or 10wks (HM) | Top 200: 13wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[Entry: 04/07/1999] 13-20-28-44-54-58-72-87-117-128-90-71-156-Out (Originally reported as having entered & peaked at #14)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 04/07/1999] 13-20-28-44-54-58-72-Out
[2nd Entry: 12/09/1999] 86-71-Out




TELL ME


2nd single from 'Hot'

Release Date: 25th September 2000
Peak: #4
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 40,000
Total Sales: 109,000 Source (29th June 2017 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 5: 1wk | Top 10: 1wk | Top 20: 2wks | Top 40: 4wks | Top 75: 7wks | Top 100: 11wks (OCC) or 13wks (HM) | Top 200: 23wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 01/10/2000] 04-12-23-32-46-59-63-92-96-139-155-127-114-88-80-82-98-117-145-144-143-149-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 27/05/2001] 189-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 01/10/2000] 04-12-23-32-46-59-63-Out
[2nd Entry: 31/12/2000] 84-77-79-87-Out




FEELS SO GOOD


3rd single from 'Hot'

Release Date: 19th February 2001
Peak: #5
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 55,000
Total Sales: 142,000 Source (29th June 2017 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 5: 1wk | Top 10: 1wk | Top 20: 3wks | Top 40: 5wks | Top 75: 8wks | Top 100: 9wks (OCC) or 10wks (HM) | Top 200: 23wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 25/02/2001] 05-12-19-23-31-43-53-62-79-105-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 27/05/2001] 112-106-90-108-108-110-116-122-140-155-130-123-Out (OCC)
[3rd Entry: 16/09/2001] 176-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 25/02/2001] 05-12-19-23-31-43-53-62-Out
[2nd Entry: 10/06/2001] 90-Out




LULLABY


4th single from 'Hot'

Release Date: 4th June 2001
Peak: #13
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: Unknown
Total Sales: 38,898 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
Weeks: Top 20: 1wk | Top 40: 2wks | Top 75: 4wks | Top 100: 4wks | Top 200: 4wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[Entry: 10/06/2001] 13-27-41-75-Out




TODAY


Single from 'L.A. State of Mind'

Release Date: 13th June 2005
Peak: #41
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: Unknown
Total Sales: 3,818 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
Weeks: Top 75: 1wk | Top 100: 2wks | Top 200: 3wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[Entry: 19/06/2005] 41-99-188-Out




FOR ONCE IN MY LIFE


Non-album single

Note: Failed to enter the "Official Singles Chart Top 200".
Peaked at #30 in the "Official Independent Singles Chart Top 50" chart. Source


Release Date: 19th September 2013
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HOT


Includes 'I Want You Back', 'Tell Me', 'Feels So Good' & 'Lullaby'

Release Date: 9th October 2000
Peak: #28
Certification: Silver (BPI / 20th October 2000)
First Week Sales: 7,419
Total Sales: 52,976 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
Weeks: Top 40: 1wk | Top 75: 2wks | Top 100: 5wks | Top 200: 11wks

Top 200
[1st Entry: 15/10/2000] 28-65-96-161-Out
[2nd Entry: 11/02/2001] 181-153-97-95-118-180-Out
[3rd Entry: 27/05/2001] 182-Out




L.A. STATE OF MIND


Includes 'Today'

Note: Failed to enter the "Official Albums Chart Top 200".
Music Week revealed an entry position of #453, and also reported a second week position of #1581. Source


Release Date: 27th June 2005
Peak: #453
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 670
Total Sales: 1,702 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
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OUT OF YOUR MIND
[True Steppers & Dane Bowers feat. Victoria Beckham]


Non-album single

Release Date: 14th August 2000
Peak: #2
Certification: Gold (BPI / 22nd September 2000)
First Week Sales: 180,584
Total Sales: 400,000 Source (29th June 2017 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 2wks | Top 5: 3wks | Top 10: 3wks | Top 20: 5wks | Top 40: 8wks | Top 75: 20wks | Top 100: 27wks (OCC) or 28wks (HM) | Top 200: 52wks

Top 200 (Hit Music & Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 20/08/2000] 02-03-05-12-19-31-39-31-44-54-53-67-75-71-62-69-76-78-80-69-58-68-69-78-89-100-99-95-122-132-148-170-Out (HM)
[2nd Entry: 15/04/2001] 179-183-182 (HM) ... 160-Out (OCC)
[3rd Entry: 03/06/2001] 189-Out (OCC)
[4th Entry: 17/06/2001] 193-Out (OCC)
[5th Entry: 01/07/2001] 190-189-Out (OCC)
[6th Entry: 05/08/2001] 196-182-180-196-198-191-Out (OCC)
[7th Entry: 28/10/2001] 170-155-Out (OCC)
[8th Entry: 06/01/2002] 134-165-177-155-Out (OCC)

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 20/08/2000] 02-03-05-12-19-31-39-31-44-54-53-67-75-71-62-69-Out
[2nd Entry: 24/12/2000] 79-69-58-68-69-77-85-90-84-92-97-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
180,854 - #02 [20/08/2000]
86,000 - #03 [27/08/2000]
51,000 - #05 [03/09/2000]





NOT SUCH AN INNOCENT GIRL


1st single from 'Victoria Beckham'

Release Date: 17th September 2001
Peak: #6
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 36,000
Total Sales: 84,000 Source (17th April 2014 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 10: 1wk | Top 20: 2wks | Top 40: 3wks | Top 75: 11wks | Top 100: 14wks | Top 200: 14wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 23/09/2001] 06-18-33-52-74-Out
[2nd Entry: 04/11/2001] 76-77-50-46-68-Out
[3rd Entry: 23/12/2001] 87-74-67-74-Out




A MIND OF ITS OWN


2nd single from 'Victoria Beckham'

Release Date: 11th February 2002
Peak: #6
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 27,000
Total Sales: 60,000 Source (17th April 2014 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 10: 1wk | Top 20: 2wks | Top 40: 4wks | Top 75: 7wks | Top 100: 8wks | Top 200: 13wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 17/02/2002] 06-17-27-31-46-67-72-86-Out
[2nd Entry: 05/05/2002] 161-200-193-Out
[3rd Entry: 30/06/2002] 135-170-Out




THIS GROOVE / LET YOUR HEAD GO


Non-album single

Release Date: 29th December 2003
Peak: #3
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 29,000
Total Sales: 69,000 Source (17th April 2014 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 1wk | Top 5: 1wk | Top 10: 2wks | Top 20: 4wks | Top 40: 6wks | Top 75: 8wks | Top 100: 8wks | Top 200: 9wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 04/01/2004] 03-07-14-20-33-39-49-59-Out
[2nd Entry: 10/10/2004] 184-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
29,000 - #03 [04/01/2004]
16,400 - #07 [11/01/2004]
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VICTORIA BECKHAM


Includes 'Not Such an Innocent Girl' & 'A Mind of Its Own'

Release Date: 1st October 2001
Peak: #10
Certification: N/A
First Week Sales: 16,000
Total Sales: 52,635 Source (21st June 2009 / BuzzJack)
Weeks: Top 10: 1wk | Top 20: 1wk | Top 40: 2wks | Top 75: 3wks | Top 100: 4wks | Top 200: 9wks

Top 200
[1st Entry: 07/10/2001] 10-35-85-161-Out
[2nd Entry: 17/02/2002] 121-112-107-67-156-Out
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WHAT I AM
[Tin Tin Out feat. Emma Bunton]


1st single from 'A Girl Like Me'

Release Date: 14th August 2000
Peak: #2
Certification: Silver (BPI / 5th November 1999)
First Week Sales: 106,000
Total Sales: 224,000 Source (29th June 2017 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 1wk | Top 5: 1wk | Top 10: 2wks | Top 20: 3wks | Top 40: 7wks | Top 75: 12wks | Top 100: 13wks (OCC) or 13wks (HM) | Top 200: 27wks

Top 200 (Hit Music)
[1st Entry: 07/11/1999] 02-09-15-23-39-51-57-48-45-45-38-38-86-130-153-151-147-Out
[2nd Entry: 18/06/2000] 169-131-130-146-154-154-144-140-150-178-Out

Top 100 (Official Charts Company)
[Entry: 07/11/1999] 02-09-15-23-39-51-57-48-45-45-38-38-82-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
106,000 - #02 [07/11/1999]
039,000 - #09 [14/11/1999]





WHAT TOOK YOU SO LONG?


2nd single from 'A Girl Like Me'

Release Date: 2nd April 2001
Peak: #1 (for 2 weeks)
Certification: Silver (BPI / 12th April 2001)
First Week Sales: 76,317
Total Sales: 269,737 Source (14th April 2016 / Official Charts Company)
Weeks: Top 3: 2wks | Top 5: 2wks | Top 10: 3wks | Top 20: 6wks | Top 40: 9wks | Top 75: 12wks | Top 100: 13wks | Top 200: 19wks

Top 200 (Official Charts Company)
[1st Entry: 08/04/2001] 01-01-08-11-16-20-27-32-39-46-54-60-Out
[2nd Entry: 29/07/2001] 110-97-106-Out
[3rd Entry: 02/09/2001] 147-159-152-194-Out

Weekly Sales in the Top 10
76,317 - #01 [08/04/2001]
64,818 - #01 [15/04/2001]
31,000 - #08 [22/04/2001]
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Old Information

Spice Up Your Life - 910,000 Source (19th March 2017 / VH1's 'Official Top 20 Girl Group Hits Of The Past 20 Years' programme) {Includes Streaming Units}
Wannabe - 1,380,000 Source (8th March 2017 / Official Charts Company)
2 Become 1 - 1,140,000 Source (11th February 2017 / Official Charts Company)
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The Spices really weren't that big.

They fall from likw 2 to 10 and then to 20 the next week :/

They were a hype band. Once the hype died, so did their sales
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Looking at the sales, they clearly were massive for their first 2 eras.
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I think it's a bit of a reach to say they weren't that big. First week sales of 2 Become 1 of over 429,000 copies in an era with no downloads or streaming suggests that actually, they were. 429,000 physical CD sales in one week is just astronomical sales by any standard. Achieving that NOW with downloads and streaming would be a mean feat let alone back then without them. How many acts have sold 429,000 copies of a single (sales ONLY) recently? Ed Sheeran? Possibly the only one? Maybe Despacito? Look how long they both had to be number 1 before getting anywhere near that sales only total.

The SG had the best selling Comic Relief single of the 90's despite both Mama and Who Do You Think You Are featuring on the album that had already been out over four months by that point.

Even after Geri left, with Goodbye, they still managed over 330,000 sales in their first week. It was also, up until recently because of streams, their fourth biggest selling single.

Yes, they made a huge mistake leaving it so long between Goodbye and Holler, and yes, they did lose a lot of sales because of this. However, suggesting they weren't that big is a controversial claim especially when the sales speak for themselves.
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Preach *.* They were huge, it's undeniable. wub.gif

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Wow so interesting to see how huge they really were! Where did you get the Top 200 runs?
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QUOTE(jafetsigfinns @ Aug 30 2017, 01:46 PM) *
Wow so interesting to see how huge they really were! Where did you get the Top 200 runs?

Hey! I found most of them via here: http://www.zobbel.de/cluk/cwann.HTM A few years ago I bought the 1997 and 1998 chart booklets to find the old information, and over the last few years I've found out the positions from ChartsPlus happy.gif
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