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post Oct 19 2019, 07:19 AM
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YTD Sales : Please read these guidelines before you request sales estimates, it makes my task a lot easier.

1. Be specific - please name the artist and title for each entry you'd like an estimate for.
2. I log sales for all albums that have charted this year, but only update those that have sold enough to reach my 200 position tracking range
3. If an album isn't in the current Top 100, I won't be able to update its sales until Tues. Also, please don't ask about ex-T100 albums too often - once a month at most)
4. Remember to check the thread before requesting estimates - they may already have been answered. Also, no more than half-a-dozen requests at a time, thanks.
5. Please note my figures are combined sales & streams, and since I have no way of separating them, I cannot provide a split.
6. While I am no longer estimating singles sales, I can provide YTD singles positions from C+, and I am still maintaining my sales archive based on published figures (PM me if you want to see it)


Thank you.

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Pos - LW - YTD - Total - Artist - Title - New - Hst
1 - 1 - 465,000 - 2,093,750 - Motion Picture Cast Recording - Greatest Showman - 04/01/18 - 1
2 - 2 - 444,500 - 444,500 - Lewis Capaldi - Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent - 30/05/19 - 1
3 - 3 - 434,250 - 434,250 - Ed Sheeran - No 6 Collaborations Project - 25/07/19 - 1
4 - 4 - 300,750 - 300,750 - Billie Eilish - When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? - 11/04/19 - 1
5 - 5 - 298,750 - 509,250 - Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (OST) - 02/11/18 - 3
6 - 6 - 295,750 - 987,000 - George Ezra - Staying At Tamara's - 05/04/18 - 2
7 - 7 - 269,000 - 269,000 - Ariana Grande - Thank U, Next - 21/02/19 - 1
8 - 8 - 221,750 - 493,250 - Cast Recording ft Lady Gaga - A Star Is Born - 18/10/18 - 3
9 - 9 - 202,750 - 202,750 - Tom Walker - What A Time To Be Alive - 14/03/19 - 1
10 - 10 - 196,250 - 3,409,250 - Ed Sheeran - ÷ - 16/03/17 - 6
11 - 11 - 174,750 - 379,750 - Jess Glynne - Always In Between - 25/10/18 - 5
12 - 12 - 171,500 - 293,750 - Fleetwood Mac - 50 Years: Don't Stop - 29/11/18 - 5
13 - 13 - 155,000 - 2,213,250 - Queen - Greatest Hits I, II & III (Platinum Coll.) - 25/11/00 - 8
14 - 14 - 153,000 - 231,750 - Billie Eilish - Don't Smile At Me - 19/07/18 - 12
15 - 15 - 150,000 - 537,000 - Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa - 15/06/17 - 9
16 - 16 - 148,750 - 148,750 - Pink - Hurts 2B Human - 09/05/19 - 1
17 - 17 - 144,000 - 143,750 - Dave - Psychodrama - 21/03/19 - 1
18 - 18 - 142,750 - 434,000 - Elton John - Diamonds - 23/11/17 - 6
19 - 19 - 129,750 - 411,250 - Post Malone - Beerbongs & Bentleys - 10/05/18 - 13
20 - 20 - 123,250 - 423,250 - Drake - Scorpion - 12/07/18 - 16
21 - 21 - 116,500 - 116,250 - Jack Savoretti - Singing To Strangers - 28/03/19 - 1
22 - 22 - 113,500 - 113,500 - Taylor Swift - Lover - 05/09/19 - 1
23 - 27 - 108,500 - 108,500 - Post Malone - Hollywood's Bleeding - 19/09/19 - 1
24 - 23 - 107,750 - 156,750 - Clean Bandit - What Is Love? - 13/12/18 - 9
25 - 24 - 106,750 - 481,250 - Motion Picture Cast Recording - Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again - 26/07/18 - 7
26 - 25 - 103,250 - 103,250 - Bruce Springsteen - Western Stars - 27/06/19 - 1
27 - 26 - 100,250 - 331,500 - Take That - Odyssey - 06/12/18 - 3
28 - 28 - 99,250 - 1,668,750 - Fleetwood Mac - Rumours - 26/02/77 - 17
29 - 29 - 99,000 - 2,273,500 - Eminem - Curtain Call - Greatest Hits - 10/12/05 - 27
30 - 30 - 97,750 - 4,884,500 - Abba - Gold - Greatest Hits - 03/10/92 - 27
31 - 31 - 97,750 - 1,103,250 - Oasis - Time Flies : 1994-2009 - 26/06/10 - 25
32 - 33 - 97,000 - 97,000 - Liam Gallagher - Why Me? Why Not. - 03/10/19 - 1
33 - 34 - 93,750 - 93,750 - Jax Jones - Snacks - 17/01/19 - 9
34 - 32 - 93,750 - 152,750 - Rita Ora - Phoenix - 06/12/18 - 16
35 - 35 - 92,500 - 3,509,750 - Ed Sheeran - X - 05/07/14 - 18
36 - 36 - 89,000 - 247,250 - Olly Murs - You Know I Know - 22/11/18 - 10
37 - 37 - 87,750 - 281,250 - Ariana Grande - Sweetener - 30/08/18 - 16
38 - 38 - 84,500 - 84,500 - AJ Tracey - AJ Tracey - 21/02/19 - 3
39 - 40 - 84,000 - 2,560,500 - Bob Marley - Legend - 19/05/84 - 22
40 - 39 - 83,750 - 155,750 - 1975 - A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships - 13/12/18 - 10

Beatles - Abbey Road at #43


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post Oct 19 2019, 08:36 AM
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It’s gomma be a close top 3, all depends on who’s going to be the best Christmas seller. I can see it being Lewis
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post Oct 19 2019, 08:42 AM
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QUOTE(LMLou @ Oct 19 2019, 09:36 AM) *
It’s gomma be a close top 3, all depends on who’s going to be the best Christmas seller. I can see it being Lewis


Unless the Adele release rumour turns out to be true.
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post Oct 19 2019, 08:53 AM
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I can see it being Lewis too, assuming Adele doesn't release. Seems like Ed isn't doing televised promotion whereas I think Lewis will get some big spots, plus Bruises seems like it could do well over winter.
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post Oct 19 2019, 08:57 AM
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We finally got the 3rd (4th overall) platinum album of the year how many more will manage it
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Is Lewis doing a repackage? Think i read about it
But couldnt find anything online now
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post Oct 19 2019, 12:31 PM
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done some simple math and I think in 5 weeks all three albums may reach 490K. So the Xmas sales will show who will top the chart.

I think it will end as:

1. Ed
2. Lewis
3. OST
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post Oct 19 2019, 01:24 PM
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Lewis is reissuing his album so I’d expect it to stay ahead of Sheeran.
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post Oct 19 2019, 02:07 PM
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QUOTE(slowdown73 @ Oct 19 2019, 02:24 PM) *
Lewis is reissuing his album so I’d expect it to stay ahead of Sheeran.


But in the Xmas market, Ed will surely sell Sh1tloads more than Lewis, so I think that will outweigh any advantage a reissue might bring.
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Ed and Lewis so close but I still think ed will pull ahead.
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post Oct 19 2019, 05:31 PM
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QUOTE(Bjork @ Oct 19 2019, 10:14 AM) *
Is Lewis doing a repackage? Think i read about it
But couldnt find anything online now


One think i used to hate was a repackage not so much of a big deal in the streaming era
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Would be fitting if Lewis ended up as the top seller - feel like he's been the biggest artist of the year considering this time last year his support was just beginning with 'Grace'!

Can see him and Ed maybe breaking 600k with 3-4 weeks of 30k plus sales over December.

Of course a big Adele million seller would make the chart look a lot better lol.
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post Oct 20 2019, 09:00 AM
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QUOTE(vidcapper @ Oct 19 2019, 08:19 AM) *
V1 :

YTD Sales : Please read these guidelines before you request sales estimates, it makes my task a lot easier.

1. Be specific - please name the artist and title for each entry you'd like an estimate for.
2. I log sales for all albums that have charted this year, but only update those that have sold enough to reach my 200 position tracking range
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4. Remember to check the thread before requesting estimates - they may already have been answered. Also, no more than half-a-dozen requests at a time, thanks.
5. Please note my figures are combined sales & streams, and since I have no way of separating them, I cannot provide a split.
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Thank you.

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Albums

Pos - YTD - Artist - Title
1 - 465,000 - Motion Picture Cast Recording - Greatest Showman


Kylie down to #53...
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post Oct 22 2019, 06:24 AM
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Updated
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post Oct 22 2019, 06:53 AM
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It's funny to think that all Adele needs to do is to release the album early enough to top the year end chart.

I think also Westlife, Robbie Williams, Coldplay and the Rod Stewart/RPO album will be top ten.
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QUOTE(SKOB @ Oct 22 2019, 07:53 AM) *
It's funny to think that all Adele needs to do is to release the album early enough to top the year end chart.


She could potentially release on week 52, and still top the YTD chart. laugh.gif
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post Oct 22 2019, 01:36 PM
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Id say she would need 2 weeks can see ED/Lewis being a lot of stocking fillers which would boost their overall totals
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QUOTE(777666jason @ Oct 22 2019, 02:36 PM) *
Id say she would need 2 weeks can see ED/Lewis being a lot of stocking fillers which would boost their overall totals


Then that would work, as I believe 2019 is a 53 week chart year...


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post Oct 22 2019, 04:40 PM
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QUOTE(SKOB @ Oct 22 2019, 07:53 AM) *
It's funny to think that all Adele needs to do is to release the album early enough to top the year end chart.

I think also Westlife, Robbie Williams, Coldplay and the Rod Stewart/RPO album will be top ten.


I can’t see Westlife doing that well to be honest. I think they will be lucky to shift 100k. Coldplay will do well and Robbie. Also, I think Celine Dion will do ok.
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