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BILLBOARD 200 Week ending March 10, 2018

TW LW 2W Wks Title - Artist
1 RE 8 This House Is Not For Sale - Bon Jovi (120,000 (120,000 sales))
2 1 1 3 Black Panther: The Album, Music From And Inspired By - Soundtrack (99,000)
3 2 4 5 Culture II - Migos (59,000)
4 ** 1 DAY69 - 6ix9ine (55,000 (20,000 sales))
5 3 3 12 The Greatest Showman - Soundtrack (53,000)
6 7 6 52 Divide - Ed Sheeran (39,000)
7 9 8 64 Stoney - Post Malone (39,000)
8 13 13 36 Evolve - Imagine Dragons (31,000)
9 8 9 46 DAMN. - Kendrick Lamar (29,000)
10 ** 1 Nation Of Two - Vance Joy (28,000 (18,000 sales))
11 6 2 4 Man Of The Woods - Justin Timberlake
12 12 10 7 Camila - Camila Cabello
13 11 7 67 24K Magic - Bruno Mars
14 4 – 2 Victory Lap - Nipsey Hussle
15 14 12 52 American Teen - Khalid
16 15 11 27 Luv Is Rage 2 - Lil Uzi Vert
17 10 5 3 Fifty Shades Freed - Soundtrack
18 18 16 8 Life Of A Dark Rose - Lil Skies
19 17 15 11 The Beautiful & Damned - G-Eazy
20 21 17 38 Ctrl - SZA
21 22 20 127 Hamilton: An American Musical - Original Broadway Cast Recording
22 27 26 65 Kane Brown - Kane Brown
23 24 23 50 More Life - Drake
24 23 14 16 Reputation - Taylor Swift
25 26 18 21 Perception - NF
26 33 28 129 Traveller - Chris Stapleton
27 28 22 18 Heartbreak On A Full Moon - Chris Brown
28 19 19 11 Revival - Eminem
29 30 32 35 Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
30 49 45 12 What Makes You Country - Luke Bryan
31 29 30 22 Tell Me You Love Me - Demi Lovato
32 20 25 17 The Thrill Of It All - Sam Smith
33 16 31 3 2 Heartless - Moneybagg Yo
34 34 36 17 Red Pill Blues - Maroon 5
35 32 34 18 Without Warning - 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin
36 31 39 96 Views - Drake
37 ** 1 Whole Heart - Passion
38 35 29 27 17 - XXXTentacion
39 36 38 25 Life Changes - Thomas Rhett
40 38 33 43 From A Room: Volume 1 - Chris Stapleton
41 37 40 66 Starboy - The Weeknd
42 ** 1 223 - Blac Youngsta
43 42 47 27 Odisea - Ozuna
44 39 27 4 NOW 65 - Various Artists
45 25 48 3 Heart Break Kodak - Kodak Black
46 41 46 67 Moana - Soundtrack
47 40 21 28 Project Baby Two - Kodak Black
48 47 37 20 Beautiful Trauma - P!nk
49 45 50 24 All Your Fault, Pt. 2 (EP) - Bebe Rexha
50 44 43 39 hopeless fountain kingdom - Halsey
51 46 41 10 Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho - Huncho Jack
52 48 49 57 Culture - Migos
53 50 44 193 x - Ed Sheeran
54 53 54 39 This One's For You - Luke Combs
55 51 52 261 Take Care - Drake
56 55 – 2 ZOMBIES - Soundtrack
57 43 24 13 From A Room: Volume 2 - Chris Stapleton
58 54 92 382 Curtain Call: The Hits - Eminem
59 52 51 12 Quality Control: Control The Streets, Vol. 1 - Various Artists
60 58 63 13 A Decade Of Destruction - Five Finger Death Punch
61 56 55 22 The Bigger Artist - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie
62 60 62 13 War & Leisure - Miguel
63 ** 1 Hope World (EP) - J-Hope
64 72 91 283 Night Visions - Imagine Dragons
65 62 61 78 Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight - Travis Scott
66 73 75 19 H.E.R. - H.E.R.
67 61 57 75 Trolls - Soundtrack
68 RE 113 Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection - Queen
69 RE 220 Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band - The Beatles
70 172 185 231 Greatest Hits - 2Pac
71 71 83 131 Beauty Behind The Madness - The Weeknd
72 70 67 43 There's Really A Wolf - Russ
73 77 68 55 Brett Young - Brett Young
74 ** 1 Gangin - SOB X RBE
75 66 65 279 good kid, m.A.A.d city - Kendrick Lamar
76 5 – 2 By The Way, I Forgive You - Brandi Carlile
77 81 77 30 AI YoungBoy - YoungBoy Never Broke Again
78 65 60 16 Diamonds - Elton John
79 84 79 46 The Fate Of The Furious: The Album - Soundtrack
80 76 69 28 A Love Letter To You - Trippie Redd
81 67 66 28 Still Striving - A$AP Ferg
82 74 73 34 Issa Album - 21 Savage
83 69 – 66 The Very Best Of Prince - Prince
84 88 80 43 Everybody - Logic
85 96 100 25 Freudian - Daniel Caesar
86 68 64 21 Lil Pump - Lil Pump
87 112 106 23 Trip - Jhene Aiko
88 82 84 146 Blurryface - twenty one pilots
89 109 120 472 Metallica - Metallica
90 83 90 169 2014 Forest Hills Drive - J. Cole
91 79 70 20 Mr. Davis - Gucci Mane
92 75 87 110 ANTI - Rihanna
93 97 93 256 Greatest Hits - Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers
94 101 108 501 Journey's Greatest Hits - Journey
95 80 114 21 Love Yourself: Her - BTS
96 85 74 194 In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith
97 90 99 226 Nothing Was The Same - Drake
98 87 85 23 GEMINI - Macklemore
99 98 98 87 California Sunrise - Jon Pardi
100 94 104 94 Coloring Book - Chance The Rapper
101 95 88 158 If You're Reading This It's Too Late - Drake
102 102 112 511 Legend: The Best Of... - Bob Marley And The Wailers
103 91 56 6 Kidz Bop 37 - Kidz Bop Kids
104 110 102 127 T R A P S O U L - Bryson Tiller
105 103 89 32 Flower Boy - Tyler, The Creator
106 100 113 97 The Life Of Pablo - Kanye West
107 93 97 37 Woodstock - Portugal. The Man
108 119 197 241 Mothership - Led Zeppelin
109 116 119 175 Montevallo - Sam Hunt
110 115 124 78 Dig Your Roots - Florida Georgia Line
111 104 105 168 1989 - Taylor Swift
112 89 110 47 Memories...Do Not Open - The Chainsmokers
113 131 127 323 Thriller - Michael Jackson
114 114 111 37 Pretty Girls Like Trap Music - 2 Chainz
115 122 125 356 Chronicle The 20 Greatest Hits - Creedence Clearwater Revival Featuring John Fogerty
116 129 139 23 Happy Endings - Old Dominion
117 120 126 74 Illuminate - Shawn Mendes
118 107 86 29 Rainbow - Kesha
119 124 128 54 FUTURE - Future
120 185 – 10 Coco - Soundtrack
121 111 107 364 Doo-Wops & Hooligans - Bruno Mars
122 134 103 63 "Awaken, My Love!" - Childish Gambino
123 123 121 36 Grateful - DJ Khaled
124 117 109 259 Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
125 149 153 306 1 - The Beatles
126 118 141 74 Blonde - Frank Ocean
127 121 130 61 FREE 6LACK - 6LACK
128 128 94 4 Drip Season 3 - Gunna
129 126 118 119 25 - Adele
130 127 – 433 Greatest Hits - Guns N' Roses
131 132 131 46 Playboi Carti - Playboi Carti
132 108 71 6 M A N I A - Fall Out Boy
133 140 155 198 [Hybrid Theory] - Linkin Park
134 125 116 12 Double Or Nothing - Big Sean & Metro Boomin
135 135 134 111 Death Of A Bachelor - Panic! At The Disco
136 146 72 117 Greatest Hits - The Notorious B.I.G.
137 130 133 19 Flicker - Niall Horan
138 145 140 255 Abbey Road - The Beatles
139 ** 1 Chime - Dessa
140 137 136 54 I Decided. - Big Sean
141 138 148 119 Purpose - Justin Bieber
142 139 149 45 digital druglord - Blackbear
143 142 150 47 Painting Pictures - Kodak Black
144 155 147 11 Too Hard - Lil Baby
145 147 154 131 Badlands - Halsey
146 144 123 6 Hallelujah Nights - LANCO
147 143 146 16 Come Over When You're Sober (EP) - Lil Peep
148 152 145 239 + - Ed Sheeran
149 167 – 2 Freda's Son (EP) - YFN Lucci
150 163 160 95 Ripcord - Keith Urban
151 106 – 6 Humble Beast - G Herbo
152 153 144 366 21 - Adele
153 ** 1 GarciaLive, Volume 10: May 20th, 1990 Hilo Civic Auditorium - Jerry Garcia Band
154 151 159 35 Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1 - Calvin Harris
155 141 169 11 No_One Ever Really Dies - N*E*R*D
156 RE 11 Losing Sleep - Chris Young
157 159 143 15 Catch These Vibes - PnB Rock
158 RE 12 Sweet Southern Sugar - Kid Rock
159 148 137 31 Jungle Rules - French Montana
160 171 182 12 The Click - AJR
161 ** 1 Once On This Island: The Musical - The New Broadway Cast Recording
162 176 195 215 Icon: Greatest Hits - Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band
163 RE 14 Meaning Of Life - Kelly Clarkson
164 170 152 31 Wins And Losses - Meek Mill
165 175 170 159 Greatest Hits - Red Hot Chili Peppers
166 166 165 87 Lil Uzi Vert Vs. The World - Lil Uzi Vert
167 165 129 14 From The Fires - Greta Van Fleet
168 156 151 307 Born To Die - Lana Del Rey
169 150 156 99 Cleopatra - The Lumineers
170 169 188 153 Greatest Hits So Far... - Zac Brown Band
171 194 199 132 DS2 - Future
172 160 135 15 SYRE - Jaden Smith
173 174 183 121 Tangled Up - Thomas Rhett
174 158 158 201 Unorthodox Jukebox - Bruno Mars
175 RE 14 Texoma Shore - Blake Shelton
176 64 – 2 Black Panther: Original Motion Picture Score - Soundtrack
177 178 178 62 4 Your Eyez Only - J. Cole
178 179 180 9 #SANTANAWORLD (+) - Tay-K
179 181 173 165 I Am...Sasha Fierce - Beyonce
180 193 189 102 Islah - Kevin Gates
181 188 – 71 Suicide Squad: The Album - Soundtrack
182 177 176 30 Perfect Timing - NAV And Metro Boomin
183 RE 96 Smoke + Mirrors - Imagine Dragons
184 136 115 29 Fifty Shades Darker - Soundtrack
185 183 191 88 Dangerous Woman - Ariana Grande
186 168 – 18 Greatest Hits - Earth, Wind & Fire
187 190 172 19 Super Slimey - Future & Young Thug
188 ** 1 Surrounded - Michael W. Smith
189 199 – 124 Greatest Hits... So Far!!! - P!nk
190 RE 350 The Eminem Show - Eminem
191 RE 212 Crash My Party - Luke Bryan
192 RE 15 NOW 64 - Various Artists
193 RE 21 Precious Memories Collection - Alan Jackson
194 189 167 35 Melodrama - Lorde
195 RE 15 Current Mood - Dustin Lynch
196 RE 206 All The Right Reasons - Nickelback
197 192 171 9 Therapy Session - NF
198 RE 46 HNDRXX - Future
199 RE 304 Back In Black - AC/DC
200 191 200 10 Dont Smile At Me - Billie Eilish
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Bon Jovi's Back at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Albums Chart
3/4/2018 by Keith Caulfield

​Bon Jovi’s former No. 1 album, This House Is Not for Sale, is back atop the Billboard 200 chart for a second week.

The set re-enters the tally with 120,000 equivalent album units earned in the week ending March 1, according to Nielsen Music, up from a negligible figure in the previous week. Essentially all of its sum is traditional album sales. The surge back to No. 1 is owed nearly entirely to sales generated by a concert ticket/album sale redemption offer with Bon Jovi’s upcoming U.S. arena tour.

This House Is Not for Sale first led the Billboard 200 on Nov. 26, 2016, when it opened in the penthouse with 129,000 units (128,000 in album sales), also driven by a ticket/album sale redemption offer. The set marked the band’s sixth chart-topper.

Bon Jovi’s tour kicks off on March 14 at the Pepsi Center in Denver. The 24-date U.S. trek is slated to wrap on May 24 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C. In total, Billboard estimates the tour may sell between 350,000 and 375,000 tickets.

For the tour’s ticket/album sale redemption offer, the price of the standard CD edition of This House Is Not for Sale was bundled into the purchase price of each ticket sold online to the tour. Customers received, via email, a redemption offer for the album, where they could choose to redeem the CD and have it mailed to them. The only sales that count towards the charts are those albums that are redeemed by customers. Many ticket buyers never redeem the offer.

This House Is Not for Sale is the second album to re-enter the Billboard 200 straight in at No. 1, following Chris Stapleton’s Traveller. The latter returned to the list on Nov. 21, 2015, jumping in at No. 1 for the first time, thanks to buzz generated by Stapleton’s big night on the 2015 Country Music Association Awards. Further, This House Is Not for Sale’s 15-month gap between stints at No. 1 is the longest amount of time for an album to reclaim the summit.

At No. 2 on the new Billboard 200, Black Panther: The Album moves down a slot after two weeks atop the list. The set earned 99,000 units (down 24 percent). Migos’ Culture II dips 2-3 with 59,000 units (down 7 percent).

Rapper 6ix9ine arrives at No. 4 with his debut effort, Day69, earning 55,000 units. Of that sum, 20,000 were in traditional album sales and 2,000 were in TEA units. Streams drove the bulk of the debut, as the set garnered 33,000 SEA units, equaling 50 million on-demand audio streams for the album’s tracks in the week ending March 1.

The 21-year-old artist (born Daniel Hernandez) only recently made his Billboard chart debut with the hit single “Gummo.” The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart dated Dec. 2, 2017, on its way to a No. 12 peak (Dec. 30). Through Feb. 22, the song had generated 312 million on-demand audio and video streams.

Following “Gummo,” he dropped two further tracks -- “Kooda,” and “Keke,” with Fetty Wap and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.” Both tunes also hit the Hot 100, and combined, the three tracks have amassed more than a half-billion on-demand streams. All three songs are featured on the 11-track Day69 album.

The soundtrack to The Greatest Showman falls 3-5 with 53,000 units (down 14 percent). It’s likely the album could see a rise on next week’s chart, following the 90th Academy Awards broadcast on ABC March 4. The show will feature a performance of the album’s “This Is Me,” which is nominated for best original song.

Ed Sheeran’s ÷ (Divide) rises 7-6 with a little more than 39,000 units (up 5 percent), while Post Malone’s Stoney climbs 9-7 with 39,000 units (up 24 percent). The latter likely gains due to excitement surrounding his new single “Psycho,” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, which was released on Feb. 23 -- but is not included on Stoney. (As previously reported, “Psycho” should start in the top five, perhaps as high as No. 2, on the March 10-dated Billboard Hot 100.)

Imagine Dragons’ Evolve ascends 13-8 on the Billboard 200 with 31,000 units (up 32 percent), following the album’s reissue on Feb. 21 with the band’s new track, “Next to Me,” and sale pricing for the set in the iTunes Store. Kendrick Lamar’s DAMN. moves 8-9 with 29,000 units (down 11 percent).

Singer-songwriter Vance Joy earns his first Billboard 200 top 10 album, as his second effort, Nation of Two, bows at No. 10 with 28,000 units (18,000 in album sales). He first reached the list with his first set, Dream Your Life Away, which debuted and peaked at No. 17 on Sept. 17, 2014, and has earned 1 million in equivalent album units (339,000 in traditional album sales).

Dream launched his hit single “Riptide,” which peaked at No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100, No. 1 for five weeks on Alternative Songs, No. 2 on Hot Rock Songs, and went top 10 on Adult Alternative Songs and Adult Pop Songs. The new album was led by the single “Lay It on Me,” which premiered last July, and spent three weeks atop the Adult Alternative Songs chart, and went top five on Alternative Songs. The set’s newest single, “Saturday Sun,” is scaling both the Alternative Songs and Adult Alternative Songs tallies.
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:')

Billboard really need to sort it out.
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Looking forward to this Bon Jovi album being the first ever to drop from #1 to out of the top 40 twice. x
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really thought billboard would change the rule midweek and sort it out

sure they'd change the rule if it were britney wink.gif
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This is the first case where I think Billboard might actually change their rules on this, and even now I'm not holding my breath. To me they seem desperate to keep album sales as high as possible, even when they're this artificial. The ticket bundles don't actually bother me that much for some reason, but we'll see how much more ridiculous it gets laugh.gif
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Vance Joy top 10! Was this helped by ticket bundling though?
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just read bon jovi fell to 169!!!!!!!!!
1-169, crazy, but the tour bundle rule is nuts in the first place
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Bon Jovi's falling is not so huge.
# 27 in sales chart with 4514 sold copies.



Sales :
1. The Greatest Showman - Soundtrack - 39.144
2. Tech N9ne - Planet - 15.906
4. Tory Lanez - 15.024
5. Ed Sheeran - 12.075
6. Justin Timberlake - 10.748
7. Imagine Dragons - 9.953
10. Chris Stapleton - 7.482

20. Kendrick Lamar - 5.943
23. Migos - 4.778
27. Bon Jovi - 4.514
32. Camila Cabello - 4.276
57. Post Malone - 2.814
131. 6ix9ine - 1.653
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it did fall to #169, who cares about the sales only sales, no one looks at that anymore,
plus the free sales from tour bundles also count for that chart, so it's not real charts either
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So you prefer the influence of endless one song streaming like Post Malone for albums chart. laugh.gif

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The Post Malone album isn't a good example of the 'one song streaming' issue when the entirety of that album is getting streamed well (every album track has over 30 million streams on Spotify, most which come from the US I'd imagine). I'd say artificial sales from ticket bundles is a much bigger issue anyway.
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QUOTE(Good Old Days @ Mar 13 2018, 04:21 PM) *
So you prefer the influence of endless one song streaming like Post Malone for albums chart. laugh.gif


of course streams of albums have to count for the charts, why wouldn't? that's how the majority of people consume albums these days
but actually I'm against single track itunes downloads counting towards the album charts
but streams sure should count, rather that than 120,000 fake sales from tour bundles, which should be 0 sales in reality

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