CSPC: Coldplay Popularity Analysis

X&Y (2005)
  • America
    • US – 3,750,000
    • Canada – 625,000
    • Argentina – 140,000
    • Brazil – 170,000
    • Mexico – 140,000
  • Asia
    • Japan – 320,000
  • Oceania
    • Australia – 450,000
    • New Zealand – 75,000
  • Europe – 6,010,000
    • UK – 2,800,000
    • France – 545,000
    • Germany – 700,000
    • Italy – 325,000
    • Spain – 190,000
    • Sweden – 115,000
    • Netherland – 250,000
    • Switzerland – 140,000
    • Austria – 60,000
    • Finland – 40,000
  • World – 12,500,000

8 thoughts on “CSPC: Coldplay Popularity Analysis”

  1. Please update
    1. A Head Full of Dreams is now 3x Platinum in France
    2. In Brazil, A Head Full of Dreams already sold 100,000 copies (at least)
    3. In UK, A Head Full of Dreams has sold 875,000 copies.

    1. Hello Sambuu,

      You need to keep in mind figures you are quoting include a good share of streaming converted to sales. As Streaming figures refer to Worldwide streaming, we need to first remove it from countries were it gets counted to avoid double counting.

      As for later updates of ‘new’ ongoing sales, I’ll not be reflecting them on articles as they are dated. It will create confusion and push people to inflate figures if they read figures updated in Sept 2016 on an article dated for example March 2016. I’ll possibly re-do a CSPC Coldplay article when the total will have significantly changed, but in-between I’ll not be updating this one.

      About sales equivalence logic, I suggest you to read this introduction article.

  2. Hello dear MJD and Hernàn, I am curious to know which artist or group you analyze this week.
    Answer me please, I am very curious !!!

  3. HI MJD

    since you wrote this article.

    A Head Full of Dreams

    UK : 3x Platinum (900,000)
    New Zealand : Platinum (15,000)
    Poland : 2x Platinum (40,000)
    France : 3x Platinum (300,000)

    1. Hello Sambuu,

      You need to take into account that those certifications involve a huge amount (25-50% of the total) of streaming, thus you are double-counting their numbers by sticking with them.

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