Billboard – 11/20/10

Today’s theme is Billboard Charts. There are 7 billion BB Charts, so if I missed your favourite on the “Hot Songs About Snow” chart, please feel free to post it.

This is the daily number threads, so all current numbers are welcome. Go ahead, post! You’ll melt right in.

Times Square, January 2009
Times Square, January 2009

Adam Lambert:
Adult Top 40: 20 IIHY (19)

Carrie:
BB200: 52 PO (46)
Hot 100: 59 MS (66)
Country (Albums): 17 PO (14)
CCA (Country Catalog): 14 SH (7), 22 CR (12)
Adult Top 40: 34 UI (33)
Country (Singles): 11 MS (12)
Hot 100 Airplay: 45 MS (47)

Chris Sligh:
Christian AC: 15 OYCS (16)
Christian Songs: 17 OYCS (18)

Danny Gokey:
Country Albums: 69 MBD (62)

Daughtry:
BB200: 140 LTT (102)
Hot 100: 55 S (46)
Adult Top 40: 5 S (4)
AC: 7 LAY (6), 8 S (9)
Hot 100 Airplay: 28 S (23)

Fantasia:
BB200: 65 BTM (52)
R&B Album: 11 BTM (8)
Adult R&B: 9 IDM (11), 12 B (8),
R&B Airplay: 16 IDM(19), 22 B (18)
R&B: 16 IDM(20), 22 B (18)

Jason Castro:
Christian Albums:25 WIM
Christian Songs: 21 YA

Lee DeWyze:
Adult Top 40: 38 SS

Matt Giraud:
AC: 22 TY (23)

B: Bittersweet
BTM: Back To Me
CC: Carnival Ride
CITTTS: Christmas is the Time To Say
D: Daughtry (Album)
IDM: I Do Me
IIHY: If I Had You
IWNSG: I Will Not Say Goodbye”:
LAY: Life After You
LTT: Leave This Town
MBD: My Best Days
MS: Mama’s Song
OYCS: Only You Can Save
PO: Play On
S: September
SS: Sweet Serendipity
SH: Some Hearts
TAOB: The Anatomy Of Broken
TH: Temporary Home
TY: Thank You
UI: Undo It
WIM: Who I Am
YA: You Are

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11 Comments

  1. I looked at HDD, and they listed the albums likely to be in top 15 next week. It looks like Lee will not debut in top 15. Hopefully he’ll debut in top 20.

    http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/news/rumormill.cgi

    Susan Boyle (Columbia) 300-325k
    *Jackie Evancho (Columbia) 240-260k
    *Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 185-195k
    *Rascal Flatts (Big Machine) 170-180k
    *Keith Urban (Capitol Nashville/EMI) 170-180k
    *Josh Groban (Reprise) 170-180k
    *Kid Rock (Atlantic) 160-170k
    *Glee Christmas (Columbia) 150-160k
    Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 150-160k
    Sugarland (Mercury Nashville) 55-60k
    *Nelly (Universal Motown) 55-60k
    Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 50-55k
    *A Day To Remember (Victory) 50-55k
    *Bruce Springsteen (Columbia) 45-50k
    *Pink (LaFace/JLG) 45-50k
    Now 36 (Capitol/EMI) 45-50k
    *Debuts (11/18p)

  2. Kristen, you forgot to add ,the Jason/Kelly duet, it is n°56 on the hot 100 (jumped from 96 last week).

  3. From the HDD article:

    Eleven titles will likely debut in next week’s Top 15. In what looks like the kick-off to the holiday season, nine of the Top 10 titles will finish the week with a total north of 100k. For the same week last year, ending 11/22, only six titles sold in the six digits with a couple just shy of hitting that mark. Overall volume in the Top 15 could be up by as much as 300k vs. last year.

    Interesting that the top 15 this week could be 300k ahead of last year’s pace.

  4. Interesting that the top 15 this week could be 300k ahead of last year’s pace.

    It helps that Taylor Swift released her album in October. She carried the load until now. With Susan, Jackie,Rihanna, and RF coming in, and with Kanye, Kesha, and Nicki Minaj following next week, this could help music sales a lot. Many of those artists, like Josh Groban, will likely see their sales get bigger as Christmas gets closer.

    Having the heavy hitters debut in different weeks is looking like a smart plan.

  5. Lee’s album is currently #9 on itunes and #32 on Amazon (all genres)- not a good sign – hope he can still manage to have over 40K sold first week.

  6. Lee’s album is currently #9 on itunes and #32 on Amazon (all genres)- not a good sign

    Still being in the ITunes top 10 on Friday is actually not bad at all IMO. Amazon has a really small share of the market.

  7. Still being in the ITunes top 10 on Friday is actually not bad at all IMO. Amazon has a really small share of the market.

    I hope he beats the projections.

  8. Do sales projections take into account the sales from the artists website?Many Lee fans ordered from there (and some cancelled their Amazon order) when they announced “Only Dreaming” as a download bonus only available for those who ordered from the Sony site.
    ITunes sales are looking pretty good so far, especially with Beatles debut the same day and the ITunes delay for Lee.Hope he can stay in the top 10 on the front page a while longer.He’s #2 in pop albums.
    I just saw an article about Warner Music Group, saying 40% of their music sales in the FQ4 2010 were digital.

  9. On average digital downloads on make up 30 – 36% of total albums sold, so can we really get any information by looking at an itunes ranking? For most of the artists that are listed in the top ten, especially ones who released new albums this week, the average will be lower, as most people will be buying physical copies.

  10. I don’t see any mention that this is the week that FYE dropped off the BB200. That’s kind of a milestone (his fans might call it a reverse-milestone).

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