CSPC: Nickelback Popularity Analysis

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BIGGEST TRACKS – Nickelback

The list of most successful songs is compiled in album equivalent sales generated by each of them. It includes the song’s own physical singles sales with a 0,3 weighting, its download and streaming sales, and with appropriate weighting too, plus its share among sales of all albums on which it is featured.

1 2001 – How You Remind Me [Silver Side Up] – 11,080,000
2 2005 – Rockstar [All the Right Reasons] – 4,350,000
3 2003 – Someday [The Long Road] – 3,550,000
4 2005 – Far Away [All the Right Reasons] – 3,360,000
5 2005 – Photograph [All the Right Reasons] – 3,080,000
6 2005 – Savin’ Me [All the Right Reasons] – 1,930,000
7 2008 – If Today Was Your Last Day [Dark Horse] – 1,840,000
8 2008 – Burn It to the Ground [Dark Horse] – 1,590,000
8 2008 – Gotta Be Somebody [Dark Horse] – 1,590,000
10 2005 – If Everyone Cared [All the Right Reasons] – 1,570,000

If you feel inspired by this list, we just created this CSPC Nickelback playlist on Spotify!

2 thoughts on “CSPC: Nickelback Popularity Analysis”

  1. Very interesting article. I did not expect Nickelback to be ahead of the Spice Girls or Christina Aguilera in the CSPC list! They have very consistent sales even if they don’t seem to be successful outside the English speaking world + Germany.

    You should do Chad Kroeger’s ex-wife at some point (Avril Lavigne)!

    1. Exactly. Most of their sales comes from USA, Canada, Germany, UK and Australia. 5 of the greatest markets indeed, but not much outside them.

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