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Watford quartet Rak-Su dominated the 14th series of The X Factor, which drew to a close last Sunday (December 3), romping to victory in the final. Their coronation single, Dimelo, was released later that evening, giving it a little over four days to accumulate enough sales to top the chart but it ends up well short, with an opening tally of 45,288, including 8,774 from streams, earning it a No.2 debut, leaving Ed Sheeran to claim pole position with Perfect.

Nine of the first 11 X Factor coronation singles debuted at number one with the other two – Steve Brookstein's Against All Odds (2004) and Joe McElderry's The Climb (2009) – debuting at No.2, and climbing to No.1 the following week. Louisa Johnson's Forever Young debuted and peaked at No.9 in 2015 while 2016 champion Matt Terry's coronation single, When Christmas Comes Around, debuted and peaked at No.3.

The full list of coronation singles, and their first week stats are as follows:

WEEK YEAR DEBUT POS. TITLE ARTIST FIRST WEEK SALES
52 2004 2 Against All Odds Steve Brookstein 127,372
51 2005 1 That's My Goal Shayne Ward 742,180
51 2006 1 A Moment Like This Leona Lewis 571,253
51 2007 1 When You Believe Leon Jackson 275,742
51 2008 1 Hallelujah Alexandra Burke 576,046
51 2009 2 The Climb Joe McElderry 450,838
50 2010 1 When We Collide Matt Cardle 439,007
50 2011 1 Cannonball Little Mix 210,129
50 2012 1 Impossible James Arthur 489,560
51 2013 1 Skyscraper Sam Bailey 148,853
51 2014 1 Something I Need Ben Haenow 214,239
51 2015 9 Forever Young Louisa Johnson 39,196
50 2016 3 When Christmas Comes Around Matt Terry 45,827
49 2017 2 Dimelo Rak-Su feat. Wyclef Jean/Naughty Boy 45,288


Dimelo is only the third original coronation single – following Shayne Ward's That 's My Goal and Terry's When Christmas Comes Around – and Rak-Su are the second group (following Little Mix) and first male group to win the competition. The version of Dimelo that secured the larger portion of sales is a collaboration with Wyclef Jean, and Naughty Boy, who both receive chart credits. If Dimelo was let down by anything, it was by streaming – it was streamed 1,316,078 times, a total comfortably surpassed (admittedly over seven days) by every other single in the Top 20. Dimelo's ability to rack up big numbers was also likely impacted by the fact that it was competing with five other tracks from their X Factor 'journey', most of which also picked up excellent sales, although none were granted chart eligibility.

Ed Sheeran's Perfect may have moved to the chart summit anyway, but it became a nailed-on certainty once the duet version of the track, featuring Beyonce, was released. The Beyonce version drove consumption of the track to increase 174.90% week-on-week to 89,359 sales (including 45,460 from sales-equivalent streams) as it became Sheeran's second No.1 from ÷ – following Shape Of You – and his fourth No.1 in total. With to-date sales of 1,048,313. it becomes Sheeran's 10th million-selling single.

Unlike Shape Of You, which debuted at No.1 and stayed there for 13 weeks in a row – 14 weeks in total – Perfect has served a lengthy chart apprenticeship. Debuting at No.4 in March as an album track, it racked up 17 weeks on the list before the rule restricting primary artists to three concurrent Top 75 entries cut short its tenure. It has added a further 11 weeks to that tally since it became a single, and thus tops the chart on its 28th week in the Top 75, shattering the old record of 19 weeks established in November 2014 by his very own Thinking Out Loud. Note that although the Beyonce version of Perfect was critical to its coronation, chart compilers OCC have not given her a credit.

Perfect's ascension brings to an end the five-week reign of Camila Cabello's Havana (feat, Young Thug), which suddenly takes a tumble, falling to No.4 (37,690 sales).

Rak-Su provide the only new entry to the Top 10, but three Christmas perennials return to the top tier with big increases in sales and streaming. They are All I Want For Christmas Is You (22-5, 34,678 sales) by Mariah Carey, Last Christmas (29-6, 29,874 sales) by Wham! and Fairtytale Of New York (55-10, 25,842 sales) by The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl. It is 30 years to the week since Fairytale Of New York's first Top 10 appearance, 10 years since its last, and the fifth Christmas in total in which it has made the Top 10.

An appearance on The X Factor finals weekend did little for One Direction star Louis Tomlinson's latest single, Miss You, which opens at No.39 (9,518 sales) and even less for Simon Cowell's new boy band PrettyMuch, whose introductory single, No More (feat. French Montana) opens at No.77 (5,311 sales). X Factor 2016 champion Matt Terry's Sucker For You slides 51-71 (5,761 sales), while his debut album, Trouble, which debuted at No.29 last week, slumps to No.91 (2,317 sales).

Also new to the chart are: Barking (No.41, 8,753 sales) by Ramz, Him & I (No.49, 7,382 sales) by G-Eazy & Halsey and Breathe (No.57, 6,759 sales) by Jax Jones feat. Ina Wroldsen.

There are new peaks for Let You Down (16-13, 21,743 sales) by NF, Decline (34-28, 13,037 sales) by Raye feat. Mr. Eazi, Beautiful Trauma (54-29, 12,875 sales) by Pink, Bad (53-50, 7,318 sales) by Steel Banglez feat. Yungen, MoStack, Mr. Eazi and Not3s, Bouff Daddy (69-61, 6,425 sales) by J Hus and Candy Paint (67-65, 6,180 sales) by Post Malone – that's far fewer than normal, not least because the chart landscape is pitted with returning Christmas songs, of which there are 14 in this week's Top 75, compared to just three last week. Three of them are in the Top 10 (see above) and a further three are in the Top 40, namely Do They Know It's Christmas? (85-16, 18,711 sales) by Band Aid, Merry Christmas Everyone (87-21, 16,640 sales) by Shakin' Stevens and I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday (98-24, 14,269 sales) by Wizzard.

Nearly three years after it debuted and peaked at No.68, Ariana Grande's Santa Tell Me returns at a new peak of No.60 (6,430 sales).

Overall singles sales surge past 15m for the first time, rising 4.29% week-on-week to 15,264,188, 39.25% above same week 2016 sales of 10,962,039. Streams accounted for a record 14,111,949 sales, 92.45% of the total. Paid-for sales are up 10,37% week -on-week at 1,152,239, and are 19.13% below same week 2016 sales of 1,424,872. They are below same-week, previous-year sales for the 227th week in a row.





Colour Code: OVERALL UNITS SALES STREAMING POINTS

1 Ed Sheeran 89,359 43,899 45,460 (1,048,313)
2 Rak-Su feat. Wyclef Jean & Naughty Boy 45,288 36,514 8,7740
3 Rita Ora NOT AVAILABLE
4 Camila Cabello feat. Young Thug 37,690
5 Mariah Carey 34,678
6 Wham! 29,874
7 Marshmello feat. Khalid NOT AVAILABLE
8 Big Shaq NOT AVAILABLE
9 Clean Bandit feat. Julia Michaels NOT AVAILABLE
10 The Pogues feat. Kirsty MacColl 25,842

16 Band Aid 18,711
21 Shakin' Stevens 16,640
24 Roy Wood & Wizzard 14,269
28 RAYE feat. Mr. Eazi 13,037
29 P!nk [Beautiful Trauma] 12,875
39 Louis Tomlinson 9,518

41 Ramz 8,753
49 G-Eazy & Halsey 7,382
50 Steel Banglez feat. Yungen, Mostack, Mr. Eazi and Not3s 7,318
57 Jax Jones feat. Ina Wroldsen 6,759
60 Ariana Grande [Santa Tell Me] 6,430
61 J Hus 6,425
65 Post Malone [Candy Paint] 6,180
71 Matt Terry 5,761
77 PRETTYMUCH feat. French Montana 5,311


To Date Singles
Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You 3,171,246



Albums:



Leadership of the album chart changes hands for the 15th week in a row – but instead of heralding U2's 11th No.1 album with Songs Of Experience, as most would have expected, we are instead welcoming back Sam Smith's The Thrill Of It All, which debuted in pole position four weeks ago, and returns to the summit with sales up 35.00% week-on-week at 58,299 (including 4,974 from sales-equivalent streams).

Five weeks into its chart career, The Thrill Of It All has never been out of the top two, and has sold 290,292 copies – enough for it to already rank as the year's sixth biggest-selling artist album. Smith's 2014 debut, In The Lonely Hour – which opened its account with 69 straight weeks in the Top 10 – bounces 44-37 this week, with sales of 5,748 copies raising its cumulative tally to 2,381,034, eclipsing Take That's Progress to become the fifth biggest-selling album of the 2010s.

U2's 14th studio album, Songs Of Experience posted a lead of 14,000 sales on the first of the week's sales flashes but that advantage was quickly eroded, and with many of its rivals apparently boosted by Christmas gift-buying, it eventually debuted at No.5 on sales of 40,669 copies. U2 last topped the chart in 2009, when No Line On The Horizon debuted at the summit on sales of 157,928 but missed out with 2014 follow-up Songs Of Innocence, which debuted and peaked at No.6 on sales of just 15,998 copies, having been available for more than a month as a free download from iTunes before being released physically and in expanded download form. Their best ever first week sale – and the highest by any album to that point – came in 1988 when their sixth studio album, Rattle And Hum raced to a first-week sale in excess of 360,000.

No.1 for 17 weeks already this year, Ed Sheeran's ÷ bounces 4-2, to secure its 11th week in all as runner-up on sales of 56,050 which raises its to-date tally to 2,435,062. Released 40 weeks ago, it has yet to leave the top six.

Also returning to growth inside the Top 10 are Together Again (5-3, 42,761 sales) by Michael Ball & Alfie Boe, Beautiful Trauma (10-4, 42,189 sales) by Pink, The Architect (8-7, 28,988 sales) by Paloma Faith and A Love So Beautiful (9-8, 28,775 sales) by Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

The rest of the Top 10: Glory Days (3-6, 32,644 sales) by Little Mix, Christmas With Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (6-9, 27,206 sales) and Who Built The Moon? (1-10, 27,172 sales) by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

After debuting at No.7 last week, Dutch violinist, conductor and orchestra leader Andre Rieu's Amore slides to No.16 (20,797 sales).

One of the most successful albums of 2017 is Classic House by Radio One's legendary DJ Pete Tong with The Heritage Orchestra conducted by Jules Buckley. Consisting of lushly-orchestrated classical/dance makeovers of club hits, the album debuted at No.16 (17,277 sales) last December eventually topping the chart eight weeks later. It has gone on to sell 195,510 copies, enough for the same ensemble to release follow-up Ibiza Classics, which debuts at No.17 (19,311 sales). Like Classic House, it includes a plethora of guest vocalists. Some – like Seal (Crazy) and Candi Staton (You Got The Love) – revisit their own past hits, while others, including Craig David, The Disciples and Becky Hill, put their spin on revered oldies.

The Who, The Jam, The Beatles and Led Zeppelin have all made the charts this century with compilations of vintage BBC recordings. Now, after more than 50 years in the BBC vaults, 32 painstakingly restored Rolling Stones radio performances spanning 1963-1965, make up On Air, which debuts at No.27 (9,603 sales), becoming the group's 50th chart album.

Midge Ure reached No.66 with Fragile in 2014 – his first charted studio album since 1991 – and now returns to the chart with Orchestrated (No.33, 6,505 sales) which, as its title suggests, includes lushly-cushioned new versions of the 64-year-old Glaswegian's back catalogue both solo and as a member of Ultravox and Visage – though anyone coming to this set hoping to here a new version of his first No.1 single, fronting Slik's 1976 smash Forever and Ever, will be disappointed.

While 51-year-old Strictly Come Dancing hoofer Anton Du Beke's debut album fades 21-30 (7,015 sales) on its second frame, the programme's 54-year-old lead singer, Tommy Blaize, opens at No.34 (6,438 sales) with his debut album, Life & Soul.

Too soon?: 10 weeks after Belfast's leading troubadour, Van Morrison's 37th studio album, Roll With The Punches, debuted and peaked at No.4 (10,110 sales), companion release Versatile opens at No.38 (5,745 sales). Both albums contain a similar blend of original songs and covers of R&B and blues staples. Versatile is Morrison's 45th chart album in a chart career that spans more than 47 years. Morrison's fellow 72-year-old singer/songwriter Neil Young, meanwhile, has allowed 12 weeks to elapse since his Hitchhiker set – recorded in a day in 1976 but first released in September – opened at No.6. He returns with The Visitor, the second album on which he is backed by Promise Of The Real. Opening at No.65 (3,244 sales) it is the prolific Canadian's 56th chart album, and his 18th in the 21st century.

Available for eight weeks without previously making the chart, Gwen Stefani's seasonal set You Make It Feel Like Christmas finally breaches the Top 75, opening at No.55 (3,846 sales) – a fact which may be related to a massive surge in exposure of the title track, a duet with Blake Shelton which rockets 481-29 on the radio airplay chart.

Now That's What I Call Music! 98 spends its third straight week at No.1 on both the compilation and overall album charts, selling a further 89,656 copies. With 353,601 sales to date, it is 31.26% below same stage sales (514,370) of 2016 equivalent Now! 95 and selling at a similar pace to earlier 2017 releases, Now! 96 and Now! 97, which had sold 343,346 and 364,050 copies, respectively, at the same juncture.

Overall album sales are up 11.63% week-on-week at 3,081,474, 7.57% below same week 2016 sales of3,333,795, and their highest level of the year for the third week in a row. Streaming accounted for a record 878,032 sales – 28.49% of the total. Sales of paid-for albums are up 16.14% week-on-week at 2,203,442, 19.36% below same week 2016 sales of 2,732,609.





1 Sam Smith 58,299 53,3250 4,974 (290,292)
2 Ed Sheeran 56,050 (2,435,062)
3 Michael Ball & Alfie Boe 42,761
4 P!nk 42,189
5 U2 40,669
6 Little Mix 32,644
7 Paloma Faith 28,988
8 Roy Orbison & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 28,775
9 Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 27,206
10 Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 27,172

16 Andre Rieu 20,797
17 Pete Tong, The Heritage Orchestra & Jules Buckley 19,311
27 The Rolling Stones 9,603
30 Anton Du Beke 7,015
33 Midge Ure 6,505
34 Tommy Blaize 6,438
35 Sam Smith 5,748 (2,381,034)
38 Van Morrison 5,745

55 Gwen Stefani 3,846
65 Neil Young/ Promise Of The Real 3,244
91 Matt Terry 2,317




Compilations:



1 NOW That's What I Call Music 98 89,656 (353,601)


To Date Compilations
NOW That's What I Call Music 95 514,370
NOW That's What I Call Music 96 343,346
NOW That's What I Call Music 97 364,050



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ooh, a table of sales for X Factor debut weeks biggrin.gif
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So happy to see "Beautiful Trauma" rise into the top 30 this week on the singles chart! Hopefully it'll go top 20 next week. Great to see the album up to #4 with really good sales as well.
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Sales were massive for Shayne Ward's first week!

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Ed Sheeran's Perfect may have moved to the chart summit anyway, but it became a nailed-on certainty once the duet version of the track, featuring Beyonce, was released. The Beyonce version drove consumption of the track to increase 174.90% week-on-week to 89,359 sales (including 45,460 from sales-equivalent streams) as it became Sheeran's second No.1 from ÷ – following Shape Of You – and his fourth No.1 in total. With to-date sales of 1,048,313. it becomes Sheeran's 10th million-selling single.


So 43.9k paid sales. Wish he said how many come from the duet.

And his 10th million-selling single.
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Worth mentioning that Mariah Carey registered 34,678 chart sales against 36,508 in the same period last year - so the increase in chart position this year is merely a symptom of a weaker market and some of this artificially induced of course (ACR etc.)
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QUOTE(Doctor Blind @ Dec 8 2017, 06:15 PM) *
Worth mentioning that Mariah Carey registered 34,678 chart sales against 36,508 in the same period last year - so the increase in chart position this year is merely a symptom of a weaker market and some of this artificially induced of course (ACR etc.)

Although you can't directly compare, as the streaming ratio was reduced from 100:1 to 150:1 since then and Mariah was undoubtedly propelled by streaming!
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Three Christmas songs in the top 10! Harking back to ten years ago when Christmas songs first took over the charts when downloads first started having a bigger influence.
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I think there is a paragraph missing from the singles script above, some top 10 sales are not mentioned, unless I'm missing something.
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Shayne Ward's opening sales were amazing. Doubt we'll ever see opening sales for a single like that again. Would have to be something special to commemorate a death or tragedy like Elton John's in 1997.
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QUOTE(JosephCarey @ Dec 8 2017, 06:30 PM) *
Although you can't directly compare, as the streaming ratio was reduced from 100:1 to 150:1 since then and Mariah was undoubtedly propelled by streaming!

Feels like longer ago than this year that he ratio was reduced!
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I think U2 sales are wrong, should that be 35k? Still bit of a disaster for them! They should of waited until January!
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Great sales for Taylor Swift, big increase week-on-week
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Number 5 with in addition to the the sales is bad outcome for U2.
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Those album sales are shockingly low. Less than 60k for no1 album and only 2 weeks just over left till Christmas!
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I am still shocked at how well Paloma Faith is doing
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QUOTE(slowdown73 @ Dec 8 2017, 11:35 PM) *
Those album sales are shockingly low. Less than 60k for no1 album and only 2 weeks just over left till Christmas!

They're pretty level year-on-year actually. This was the Top 10 this time last year:

1 The Rolling Stones 105,830 104,634 1,196
2 Michael Ball & Alfie Boe 71,042
3 Little Mix 56,513
4 Elvis Presley & The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra 54,011
5 Olly Murs 40,765
6 Michael Bublé [Christmas] 34,323
7 Robbie Williams 33,006
8 Michael Bublé [Nobody But Me] 31,778
9 Bruno Mars 27,776
10 Emeli Sandé 27,248

There were only two times last December that an album sold over 100k: The Rolling Stones, as shown above, and Michael/Alfie. I imagine Eminem's album will be Christmas #1 upon debut and sell over 100k, plus Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran both look likely to do so based on the way their albums increased this week.
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Whoah! That's one hell of a drop for Matt Terry. Guess that's the end of his career then....

What even are the big XMas albums of this year? I thought Sia's would be huge worldwide but it's obviously not, it's original too...

After all the fuss over Rak-su they've performed pretty much in line with the previous 3 winners. I thought with the Wyclef and Naughty Boy collab feature and the single not being a typical winners single would help it sell 100k+ but obviously not...

So Louis Tomlinson is 39, actually XF performance didnt help either Harry, Liam or Louis - there recent singles have underperformed from their debut singles and previous works. Meanwhile Niall is storming it! Zayn's gone quiet (again). I give 1D a few years and then they'll be back. Harry was supposed to be the next BIG thing and he's only done level with the rest and he had a ridiculous record label contract.


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Zayn just released Dusk Till Dawn tho...
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Lol at Zayn "being quiet" when Dusk Till Dawn has been one of the biggest hit in Europe this autumn
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hahaha lol
zayn is the only one that's managed a top 10 single in the last 3 months when the other 4 have missed
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