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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending January 3, 2018

TW LW 2W Wks Title - Artist
1 ** 1 Revival - Eminem (267,000 (197,000 sales))
2 2 3 6 Reputation - Taylor Swift (133,000 (105,000 sales))
3 ** 1 The Beautiful & Damned - G-Eazy (122,000 (68,000 sales))
4 3 4 42 Divide - Ed Sheeran (90,000 (46,000 sales))
5 4 5 21 A Pentatonix Christmas - Pentatonix (75,000 (54,000 sales))
6 ** 1 Pressure - Jeezy (72,000 (54,000 sales))
7 8 7 7 The Thrill Of It All - Sam Smith (60,000 (39,000 sales))
8 1 2 What Makes You Country - Luke Bryan (48,000 (44,000 sales))
9 12 10 5 The Anthology: Part I, The First Five Years - Garth Brooks (46,000 (46,000 sales))
10 7 2 3 From A Room: Volume 2 - Chris Stapleton (45,000 (42,000 sales))
11 9 8 63 Christmas - Michael Buble
12 ** 1 Star Wars: The Last Jedi - Soundtrack
13 10 11 54 Stoney - Post Malone
14 14 12 41 That's Christmas To Me - Pentatonix
15 ** 1 Saturation III - BrockHampton
16 11 16 36 DAMN. - Kendrick Lamar
17 17 15 26 Evolve - Imagine Dragons
18 15 13 17 Luv Is Rage 2 - Lil Uzi Vert
19 5 2 Quality Control: Control The Streets, Vol. 1 - Various Artists
20 18 14 8 Heartbreak On A Full Moon - Chris Brown
21 16 27 7 You Make It Feel Like Christmas - Gwen Stefani
22 27 23 10 Beautiful Trauma - P!nk
23 21 22 81 Noel - Josh Groban
24 19 20 73 Merry Christmas - Mariah Carey
25 22 24 117 Hamilton: An American Musical - Original Broadway Cast Recording
26 20 18 42 American Teen - Khalid
27 ** 1 Asking Alexandria - Asking Alexandria
28 ** 1 One More Light: Live - Linkin Park

29 30 31 28 Ctrl - SZA
30 26 6 12 Tell Me You Love Me - Demi Lovato
31 ** 1 No_One Ever Really Dies - N*E*R*D
32 13 1 3 Songs Of Experience - U2
33 162 132 12 Precious Memories Collection - Alan Jackson
34 28 32 64 A Charlie Brown Christmas (Soundtrack) - Vince Guaraldi Trio
35 32 28 33 From A Room: Volume 1 - Chris Stapleton
36 23 17 18 Project Baby Two - Kodak Black
37 33 25 57 24K Magic - Bruno Mars
38 ** 1 BooPac - Boosie BadAzz
39 6 2 Double Or Nothing - Big Sean & Metro Boomin
40 24 19 8 Without Warning - 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin
41 25 21 11 Lil Pump - Lil Pump
42 43 43 15 Life Changes - Thomas Rhett
43 34 33 119 Traveller - Chris Stapleton
44 31 26 9 Warmer In The Winter - Lindsey Stirling
45 42 49 6 Ultimate Christmas - Frank Sinatra
46 35 30 7 Red Pill Blues - Maroon 5
47 38 35 29 hopeless fountain kingdom - Halsey
48 47 53 34 The Christmas Song - Nat King Cole
49 44 44 55 Kane Brown - Kane Brown
50 65 122 35 Guardians Of The Galaxy, Vol. 2: Awesome Mix Vol. 2 - Soundtrack
51 41 39 11 Perception - NF
52 46 45 57 Moana - Soundtrack
53 52 55 65 It's Christmas Time - Elvis Presley
54 45 72 246 Greatest Hits - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
55 50 37 7 Texoma Shore - Blake Shelton
56 36 34 40 More Life - Drake
57 53 42 7 NOW 64 - Various Artists
58 40 36 17 17 - XXXTentacion
59 54 51 5 The Rest Of Our Life - Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
60 29 9 3 War & Leisure - Miguel
61 ** 1 PITCH PERFECT 3 - Soundtrack
62 39 52 7 My Kind Of Christmas - Reba
63 71 2 The Greatest Showman - Soundtrack
64 ** 1 THE COMPLETE SEASON 13 COLLECT - Chloe Kohanski
65 70 77 5 Everyday Is Christmas - Sia
66 158 190 215 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
67 83 135 119 Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol. 1 - Soundtrack
68 62 76 183 x - Ed Sheeran
69 48 46 56 Starboy - The Weeknd
70 58 58 9 Flicker - Niall Horan
71 49 40 12 The Bigger Artist - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
72 57 60 15 The Ghosts Of Christmas Eve - Trans-Siberian Orchestra
73 51 50 47 Culture - Migos
74 68 48 8 Meaning Of Life - Kelly Clarkson
75 59 29 3 A Decade Of Destruction - Five Finger Death Punch
76 ** 1 THE COMPLETE SEASON 13 COLLECT - Addison Agen
77 ** 1 Bright: The Album - Soundtrack

78 75 82 372 Curtain Call: The Hits - Eminem
79 55 38 10 Mr. Davis - Gucci Mane
80 61 61 69 These Are Special Times - Celine Dion
81 60 62 41 Cheers, It's Christmas - Blake Shelton
82 63 69 28 The Best Of Bing Crosby: 20th Century Masters: The Christmas Collection - Bing Crosby
83 81 93 136 Blurryface - twenty one pilots
84 73 94 16 Christmas Classics - Bing Crosby
85 98 95 6 Diamonds - Elton John
86 82 83 65 Trolls - Soundtrack
87 85 73 18 Still Striving - A$AP Ferg
88 64 63 86 Views - Drake
89 66 56 24 Issa Album - 21 Savage
90 95 106 32 Harry Styles - Harry Styles
91 78 75 184 In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith
92 RE 2 Stranger Things: Music From The Netflix Original Series - Soundtrack
93 88 87 29 This One's For You - Luke Combs
94 72 67 68 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight - Travis Scott
95 90 99 31 Wrapped In Red - Kelly Clarkson
96 86 86 6 Christmas Together - The Piano Guys
97 99 131 247 Abbey Road - The Beatles
98 91 103 158 1989 - Taylor Swift
99 67 66 33 Everybody - Logic
100 92 90 17 Odisea - Ozuna
101 94 96 45 Brett Young - Brett Young
102 93 88 11 Christmas Together - Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood
103 77 65 6 NOW That's What I Call Merry Christmas (2017) - Various Artists
104 80 79 33 There's Really A Wolf - Russ
105 89 89 251 Take Care - Drake
106 126 145 109 25 - Adele
107 79 71 15 Behold: A Christmas Collection - Lauren Daigle
108 170 187 501 Legend: The Best Of... - Bob Marley And The Wailers
109 84 84 36 The Fate Of The Furious: The Album - Soundtrack
110 124 158 249 Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
111 76 54 5 Catch These Vibes - PnB Rock
112 87 85 25 Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
113 122 127 5 Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band - Green Day
114 131 143 85 Ripcord - Keith Urban
115 108 128 7 Classic Christmas Album - Andy Williams
116 112 115 269 good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
117 159 314 Thriller - Michael Jackson
118 101 100 13 GEMINI - Macklemore
119 100 107 29 Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - Burl Ives
120 106 105 19 Rainbow - Kesha
121 102 109 44 Christmas Portrait - Carpenters
122 103 104 30 PTXmas (EP) - Pentatonix
123 RE 12 Concrete And Gold - Foo Fighters
124 139 137 273 Night Visions - Imagine Dragons
125 132 110 112 Hotel California - Eagles
126 120 113 32 The Classic Christmas Album - Elvis Presley
127 196 935 The Dark Side Of The Moon - Pink Floyd
128 116 117 159 2014 Forest Hills Drive - J. Cole
129 104 153 22 Flower Boy - Tyler, The Creator
130 74 64 7 That's Christmas To Me / PTXmas: Deluxe - Pentatonix
131 174 175 222 Greatest Hits - 2Pac
132 110 111 14 All Your Fault, Pt. 2 (EP) - Bebe Rexha
133 105 101 27 Woodstock - Portugal. The Man
134 146 136 8 Live In No Shoes Nation - Kenny Chesney
135 97 68 9 Super Slimey - Future & Young Thug
136 123 2 Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring: Christmas With The Dominican Sisters Of Mary - Dominican Sisters Of Mary - Mother Of The Eucharist
137 RE 3 Morning After - dvsn
138 ** 1 THE COMPLETE SEASON 13 COLLECT - Red Marlow
139 175 198 6 Kidz Bop 36 - Kidz Bop Kids
140 166 126 7 Sweet Southern Sugar - Kid Rock
141 114 98 11 Love Yourself: Her - BTS
142 109 116 18 A Love Letter To You - Trippie Redd
143 140 157 101 Death Of A Bachelor - Panic! At The Disco
144 150 139 4 Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra - Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
145 157 160 462 Metallica - Metallica
146 125 118 64 Illuminate - Shawn Mendes
147 141 142 104 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen
148 RE 235 Mothership - Led Zeppelin
149 113 114 39 Under The Mistletoe - Justin Bieber
150 163 178 346 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits - Creedence Clearwater Revival Featuring John Fogerty
151 164 199 491 Journey's Greatest Hits - Journey
152 119 91 4 Coco - Soundtrack
153 169 195 356 21 - Adele
154 129 140 28 Home For Christmas - 'N Sync
155 172 165 7 Unapologetically - Kelsea Ballerini
156 117 102 27 Pretty Girls Like Trap Music - 2 Chainz
157 135 124 20 AI YoungBoy - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
158 137 152 37 Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers
159 115 130 100 ANTI - Rihanna
160 153 176 36 Christmas Songs By Sinatra - Frank Sinatra
161 199 48 Disney Karaoke Series: Frozen (EP) - Various Artists
162 154 171 89 Cleopatra - The Lumineers
163 183 229 + - Ed Sheeran
164 156 186 3 The Dean Martin Christmas Album - Dean Martin
165 121 123 84 Coloring Book - Chance The Rapper
166 RE 2 The Space Between - Majid Jordan
167 151 159 77 California Sunrise - Jon Pardi
168 37 2 boom. - Walker Hayes
169 ** 1 THE COMPLETE SEASON 13 COLLECT - Brooke Simpson
170 133 138 121 Beauty Behind The Madness - The Weeknd
171 193 138 The Ultimate Hits - Garth Brooks
172 136 78 5 SYRE - Jaden Smith
173 RE 20 Witness - Katy Perry
174 128 120 35 digital druglord - Blackbear
175 RE 296 1 - The Beatles
176 130 121 26 Grateful - DJ Khaled
177 161 168 165 Montevallo - Sam Hunt
178 143 134 44 FUTURE - Future
179 RE 19 Descendants 2 - Soundtrack
180 147 149 13 Trip - Jhene Aiko
181 148 144 36 Playboi Carti - Playboi Carti
182 177 191 26 Gold: A 50th Anniversary Christmas Celebration - Johnny Mathis
183 107 47 3 On Air - The Rolling Stones
184 111 70 5 Fed Baby's - Moneybagg Yo & YoungBoy Never Broke Again
185 ** 1 All My Friends, We're Glorious: Death Of A Bachelor Tour Live - Panic! At The Disco
186 144 146 117 T R A P S O U L - Bryson Tiller
187 RE 4 I Knew You When - Bob Seger
188 195 182 6 From The Fires - Greta Van Fleet
189 RE 424 Greatest Hits - Guns N' Roses
190 RE 381 Nevermind - Nirvana
191 138 148 9 H.E.R. - H.E.R.
192 142 108 6 Come Over When You're Sober (EP) - Lil Peep
193 RE 136 Master Of Puppets - Metallica
194 127 150 22 Wins And Losses - Meek Mill
195 RE 301 Back In Black - AC/DC
196 182 174 121 Badlands - Halsey
197 149 155 25 Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 - Calvin Harris
198 ** 1 Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree - Brenda Lee
199 ** 1 The Christmas Records - The Beatles

200 RE 216 The Essential Michael Jackson - Michael Jackson
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Eminem's 'Revival' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart, G-Eazy & Jeezy Bow in Top 10
12/24/2017 by Keith Caulfield

Eminem earns his eighth straight No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as his latest studio release, Revival, opens atop the tally. It launches with 267,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Dec. 21, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 197,000 were in traditional album sales. Eminem is the first act to achieve eight consecutive chart entries that debuted at No. 1.

(The new chart is dated on a rare Wednesday date, instead of the usual Saturday, as Billboard is adjusting how it dates its charts and magazine issues.)

Revival was released on Dec. 15 through Web/Shady/Aftermath/Interscope Records. The set is Eminem’s first new studio album since 2013’s The Marshall Mathers LP 2, which debuted at No. 1 with 792,000 copies sold in its first week, according to Nielsen Music. (The Billboard 200 did not transition to a units-based tally until the end of 2014.)

Revival notches the third-largest week of 2017 among hip-hop albums, both in total units and album sales, trailing only the debuts of Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. (603,000 units; 353,000 album sales) and Drake’s More Life (505,000 units; 225,000 album sales).

With his eighth No. 1, Eminem is now tied with Kenny Chesney, Madonna and U2 for the sixth-most leaders in the history of the chart. Ahead of them are The Beatles (with 19), JAY-Z (14), Bruce Springsteen and Barbra Streisand (each with 11), Elvis Presley (10), and Garth Brooks and The Rolling Stones (both with nine).

Elsewhere in the top 10 of the chart, rappers G-Eazy and Jeezy both bow in the top 10 with their newest efforts, The Beautiful & Damned and Pressure, respectively.

At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Taylor Swift’s former leader, Reputation, holds at No. 2 with 133,000 units (up 33 percent). Of that figure, 105,000 were in pure album sales. With one week left in Nielsen Music’s 2017 tracking year, Reputation has now sold 1.82 million copies.

G-Eazy debuts at No. 3 with The Beautiful & Damned, marking his third top 10 in a row, and total. The album, which is his third full-length major label studio effort, enters with 122,000 units (68,000 in traditional album sales). He previously hit the top 10 with When It’s Dark Out (No. 5 in 2015) and These Things Happen (No. 3 in 2014).

G-Eazy’s new album is currently enjoying a hit single with “No Limit,” featuring A$AP Rocky and Cardi B. The track reached the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 dated Dec. 16, granting G-Eazy his second top 10, following “My, Myself & I” with Bebe Rexha.

Ed Sheeran’s (Divide) dips from No. 3 to No. 4 on the Billboard 200 with 90,000 units (though it’s up 29 percent), while Pentatonix’s A Pentatonix Christmas shifts from No. 4 to No. 5 with 75,000 units (up 12 percent).

Jeezy logs his ninth top 10 album with Pressure, which debuts at No. 6 with 72,000 units (54,000 in traditional album sales). The rapper has yet to miss the top 10 with a charting album, stretching back to his debut on the list, 2005’s Let’s Get It: Thug Motivation 101, which peaked at No. 2. Among his nine top 10s are three No. 1s: The Inspiration (2006), The Recession (2008) and Trap or Die 3 (2016).

Rounding out the new top 10: Sam Smith’s The Thrill of It All rises 8-7 (60,000 units; up 30 percent), Luke Bryan’s What Makes You Country falls 1-8 in its second week (48,000 units; down 55 percent), Garth Brooks’ The Anthology: Part I, The First Five Years ascends 12-9 (46,000 units; up 29 percent) and Chris Stapleton’s From A Room: Volume 2 drops 7-10 (45,000 units; down 2 percent).

Eminem Makes Chart History With Eighth Consecutive No. 1 Debut on Billboard 200
12/24/2017 by Keith Caulfield

As previously reported, Eminem’s Revival debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, granting the artist a record eighth consecutive bow at No. 1. The set starts atop the list with 267,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending Dec. 21, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 197,000 were in traditional album sales.

Eminem is the first act in the history of the Billboard 200 chart with eight consecutive chart entries to bow at No. 1. He previously opened at No. 1 with his last seven releases: The Marshall Mathers LP (2013), Recovery (2010), Relapse (2009), the best-of set Curtain Call: The Hits (2005), Encore (2004), The Eminem Show (2002) and The Marshall Mathers LP (2000). His only charting effort to miss the top was his major label debut album, The Slim Shady LP, which topped out at No. 2 in 1999.

While no other act has seen eight charting sets in a row debut at No. 1, there are three acts have achieved honorable feats with eight No. 1s.

JAY-Z: The superstar mogul has seen his last 11 solo studio albums debut at No. 1, from 1998’s Vol. 2… Hard Knock Life through his latest release, 2017’s 4:44. Sprinkled among those chart toppers are three further collaborative sets that opened atop the list: Watch the Throne, with Kanye West; MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups Presents: Collision Course, with Linkin Park; and Unfinished Business, with R. Kelly.

Breaking up JAY-Z’s hot streak between 1998 and the present are seven charting titles that did not reach No. 1. Among those: his first collaboration effort with R. Kelly (The Best of Both Worlds, peaking at No. 2), a best-of album (Hits Collection: Volume One, No. 43), a live set (Live in Brooklyn, No. 36) and even an acapella title (The Black Album: Acapella, No. 106).

The Beatles: The Fab Four is the only other act to have eight chart entries in-a-row all hit No. 1 -- though none of the eight debuted at No. 1. The band topped the list eight consecutive times between 1965 and 1968 with Beatles IV, Help!, Rubber Soul, Yesterday and Today, Revolver, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, Magical Mystery Tour and their self-titled set, also known as The White Album. All eight of those albums debuted at a lower position on the chart, and then climbed to No. 1.

As noted above, the group has a record 19 No. 1s on the chart. (Note: the first album to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 was Elton John’s Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy in 1975. Only six albums bowed at No. 1 before May of 1991, when Billboard began using Nielsen Music’s electronically monitored point-of-sale purchase information to power the Billboard 200 chart. From that point forward, the vast majority of albums that reached No. 1 did so by debuting at No. 1. The influx of No. 1 debuts -- as compared to pre-1991 -- is owed to the chart’s increased accuracy thanks to Nielsen Music point-of-sale data.

The Rolling Stones: Between 1971 and 1981, all eight of the band’s studio albums reached No. 1-- from 1971’s Sticky Fingers through 1981’s Tattoo You. Like JAY-Z, the Stones’ domination at No. 1 was halted by a number of non-studio sets. In that span of time, the band clocked six further charting albums that did not top the list, including the greatest hits sets Hot Rocks 1964-1971 (No. 4 in 1971) and Made in the Shade (No. 6 in 1975), and the live album Love You Live (No. 5, 1977).
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Sales :
1. Eminem - 197.426
2. Taylor Swift - 104.799
3. G-Eazy - 68.098
4. Jeezy - 54.147
5. Pentatonix - A Pentatonix Christmas - 53.950
6. Garth Brooks - 45.967
7. Ed Sheeran - 45.811
8. Luke Bryan - 43.646
9. Chris Stapleton - 42.481
11. Sam Smith - 38.731

Retro Bonus : Eminem's debut at # 2
(13.03.1999)
1. TLC - 318.311
2. Eminem - 283.159
3. Lauryn Hill - 234.622
4. Roots - 192.000
5. Britney Spears - 164.996
6. Dixie Chicks - 116.000
7. Shania Twain - 109.000
9. Cher - 95.000
10. Offspring - 93.885
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