CSPC: Frozen OST Popularity Analysis

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First, I was going to remove that section as clearly there is no live or compilation album of Frozen. Then, I reminded about that old Disney habit of issuing Karaoke albums.

I mentioned earlier how kids like to sing along tracks they like. Once again Disney company knows that stuff and use this favorable context to issue Karaoke albums for popular franchises.

Rarely notable sellers, the one of Frozen sold a huge 1,1 million units. To be fully transparent, that figure has a larger margin of error than usually. With the lack of experience we have on such packages to gauge sales in minor market plus the translated titles constraints, it is hard to identify precise figures. It sold over 800,000 units in the US and the UK only though so there is really no utopic guess.

4 thoughts on “CSPC: Frozen OST Popularity Analysis”

  1. Hi dear MJD !!!

    Congratulations for the website and also for CSPC analysis on Frozen Soundtrack.
    Then I’m curious to know after CSPC analysis on The Rolling Stones, which singer or group you will analyze. I hope you will answer me soon !!!

    1. Just wait and see!

      Nothing is frozen as of now, it will depend on my available time and what I’m willing to do when that available moment comes. I fully handle Chartmasters.org during my free time because I love studying charts and sales, I don’t want to commit on artists and dates as it would start looking more like a job rather than an entertainment and I would hate that!

  2. Hi everyone!

    Here are the 4 Frozen’s tracks that have generated the most sales:
    1 2013 Let It Go [Frozen] – 7,220,000
    2 2013 For The First Time In Forever [Frozen] – 1,620,000
    3 2013 Do You Want To Build A Snowman [Frozen] – 1,580,000
    4 2013 Love Is An Open Door [Frozen] – 1,100,000

    Like you probably remember, particularly if you have a children, “Let It Go” was an enormous hit! As a reminder, here are the biggest track for some recent artists:
    – Adele – Hello [25, 2015] – 15,730,000
    – Lady Gaga – Bad Romance [The Fame / The Fame Monster, 2009] – 4,700,000
    – Taylor Swift – Love Story [Fearless, 2008] – 4,560,000
    – Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud [x, 2014] – 4,250,000
    – Bruno Mars – Just the Way You Are [Doo-Wop & Hooligans, 2010] – 3,730,000
    – Rihanna – We Found Love [Talk That Talk, 2011] – 3,290,000
    – Katy Perry – Dark Horse [Prism, 2013] – 3,260,000
    – Justin Bieber – Sorry [Purpose, 2015] – 3,070,000
    – Drake – One Dance [Views, 2016] – 2,800,000

    Adele is again an exception! All the other tracks, which are real hits, cannot compete with “Let It Go”.

    If you have any questions / remarks, do not hesitate to let a comment!

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