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Old 06-07-2005, 11:10 AM   #16
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Switzerland out of Top 100, Oasis new on #3
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Old 06-07-2005, 11:15 AM   #17
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Norway out of Top 40 (#34)
Netherlands #38 (#32)

Are the good results from UK and Ireland enough for another week in the global Top 40? The other charts are not good.
I think it depends now on USA!
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Nothing about usa?
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Old 06-08-2005, 02:23 AM   #19
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My prediction for US : #85 with 12K

I think Bomb needs to stay on as many world charts as possible to stay on Mediatraffic chart 'cos then it'll have enough points to stay on their weekly top 40 chart. Bomb will definately stay on US BB top 200 chart & therefore get the Mediatraffic points from US. The weird thing is that there's probably albums selling more than Bomb which don't make the Mediatraffic top 40 'cos they're not charting in enough countries to get the the required points to qualify.
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Old 06-08-2005, 04:22 AM   #20
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In Italy, this week HTDAAB goes up two places from 44 to 42; SYCMIOYO goes out again of the top 50 (it was at 42)

HTDAAB chart run:
1-1-4-5-5-6-3-3-4-8-
6-10-9-8-8-9-15-14-21-17
16-17-17-26-33-33-44-42

Vertigo chart run:
1-1-1-1-6-6-7-6-2-7-
8-17-11-11-17-21-19-x-x-34-
x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x

SYCMIOYO chart run:
2-4-9-18-19-25-22-16-35-29-
34-41-x-42-x

France like Italy: HTDAAB at 42 (from 45)
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UK, France and Italy - 3 major markets for Europe are positive. Hope we will see these positive figures in the european charts update.
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UK, France and Italy - 3 major markets for Europe are positive. Hope we will see these positive figures in the european charts update.
Good stuff!!

...also, check out the singles chart in France :

Sometimes # 74 (71), Crazy Frog # 77!!!! - now that's funny
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Spain : HTDAAB #79 (#66)
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Old 06-09-2005, 06:15 AM   #24
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Canada:#51 (#39)
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Ouch! Not so good
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Old 06-09-2005, 07:22 AM   #26
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Europe Top 100 Albums from Billboard

HTDAAB goes from 39 to 42, which is not bad considering there are 7 new entries above it...but 12 new entries below it.
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Germany: #91(#89)
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Global Charts

Mediatraffic has already updated the Global album chart, and HTDAAB rises one spot to 34 with 3 debuts ahead of it. I think that it will continue to rise due to the tour in Europe and the total number of countries it should chart in...and I think COBL will have a good debut next week on the Global singles chart.

Since COBL is being released worldwide within about a 2-3 week period, and because I think it will chart in the U.S., COBL will probably do better than Sometimes on the Global chart. Vertigo peaked at 2 and Sometimes peaked at 9, making both songs international smash hits. I would not be surprised if COBL makes it into the Top 5, and #1 is certainly possible IMO.
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Old 06-10-2005, 01:00 AM   #29
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That's great news from Mediatraffic. I think bomb would have sold about 35K - so, my estimated sales for last 6 weeks of Bomb at MT :

7411M + 55K (w.24) + 54K (w.25) + 48K (w.26) + 40K (w.27) + 37K (w.28) 35K (w.29) = * 7680M

* the new Q magazine says HTDAAB has sold 9M & the new Mojo magazine says it's sold 10M.
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Old 06-10-2005, 01:10 AM   #30
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UK top 200 singles chart :

Sometimes : # 115 (# 127) - 16 wks on chart
Vertigo : # 121 (# 135) - 21 wks

+ top 200 albums (Bomb : # 50, BO 80-90 : # 65, JT : # 75) :

ATYCLB : # 111 (RE) - 91 wks
Best Of 1990-2000 : 124 (RE) - 47 wks

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