haimtimeline
haimtimeline:

Haimmania! Top album… plus 5 songs in the UK charts this week!
UK Official Streaming Chart Top 100 - 12th October 2013  www.officialcharts.com/official-streaming-chart/
The Wire: 22
Falling: 29
Forever: 53
Don’t Save Me: 56
Go Slow: 99

6 songs in the UK charts this week!
UK Official Streaming Chart Top 100 - 19th October 2013  www.officialcharts.com/official-streaming-chart/
The Wire: 17
Falling: 29
Forever: 47
Don’t Save Me: 51
If I Could Change Your Mind: 85
Go Slow: 100

haimtimeline:

Haimmania! Top album… plus 5 songs in the UK charts this week!

UK Official Streaming Chart Top 100 - 12th October 2013  www.officialcharts.com/official-streaming-chart/

  • The Wire: 22
  • Falling: 29
  • Forever: 53
  • Don’t Save Me: 56
  • Go Slow: 99

6 songs in the UK charts this week!

UK Official Streaming Chart Top 100 - 19th October 2013  www.officialcharts.com/official-streaming-chart/

  • The Wire: 17
  • Falling: 29
  • Forever: 47
  • Don’t Save Me: 51
  • If I Could Change Your Mind: 85
  • Go Slow: 100
haimtimeline
haimtimeline:

Mediatraffic album chart. 
Worldwide Days Are Gone album sales in its debut week were 89,000 (including Australia 8,398, Canada 2,856, UK 37,005, USA 26,190 and others around 15,000).

I had a real doubt about this when I first saw it. Why was Justin Timberlake a re-entry at 5 in the World Chart when that album meant nothing significant in the individual countries’ charts?
Media Traffic have taken the sales of 20/20 Complete (Parts 1 & 2) and added it to the sales of 20/20 Part 1 when, logically, it should be seen as a companion release to 20/20 Part 2. 
So, Days Are Gone was 6th biggest album of the week, which just happens to be what www.musicharts.net/index.php?cat=charts&chid=0 thought as well. They had 20/20 Part 1 at a lowly 26.
Brilliant!

haimtimeline:

Mediatraffic album chart. 

Worldwide Days Are Gone album sales in its debut week were 89,000 (including Australia 8,398, Canada 2,856, UK 37,005, USA 26,190 and others around 15,000).

I had a real doubt about this when I first saw it. Why was Justin Timberlake a re-entry at 5 in the World Chart when that album meant nothing significant in the individual countries’ charts?

Media Traffic have taken the sales of 20/20 Complete (Parts 1 & 2) and added it to the sales of 20/20 Part 1 when, logically, it should be seen as a companion release to 20/20 Part 2. 

So, Days Are Gone was 6th biggest album of the week, which just happens to be what www.musicharts.net/index.php?cat=charts&chid=0 thought as well. They had 20/20 Part 1 at a lowly 26.

Brilliant!