CSPC: Black Eyed Peas Popularity Analysis

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CSPC OVERALL SALES – Tracks Ranking

1 1997 Céline DionMy Heart Will Go On [Let’s Talk About Love] – 36,370,000
2 1992 Whitney HoustonI Will Always Love You [The Bodyguard] – 33,620,000
3 1977 Bee GeesStayin’ Alive [Saturday Night Fever] – 31,460,000
4 1975 QueenBohemian Rhapsody [A Night At The Opera] – 26,270,000
5 1971 Led ZeppelinStairway To Heaven [Led Zeppelin IV] – 26,120,000
6 1976 ABBADancing Queen [Arrival] – 24,300,000
7 1987 U2With Or Without You [The Joshua Tree] – 23,140,000
8 1986 Bon JoviLivin’ on a Prayer [Slippery When Wet] – 23,110,000
9 1975 Pink FloydWish You Were Here [Wish You Were Here] – 22,260,000
10 1996 Spice GirlsWannabe [Spice] – 20,550,000
11 1987 Whitney HoustonI Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me) [Whitney] – 19,630,000
12 1977 Fleetwood MacGo Your Own Way [Rumours] – 19,320,000
13 1989 MadonnaLike A Prayer [Like A Prayer] – 19,210,000
14 1999 Backstreet BoysI Want It That Way [Millennium] – 18,160,000
15 1999 Britney Spears…Baby One More Time […Baby One More Time] – 17,920,000
16 1978 SoundtrackYou’re the One That I Want [Grease] – 17,590,000
17 1991 NirvanaSmells Like Teen Spirit [Nevermind] – 17,330,000
18 1987 Guns N RosesSweet Child O’Mine [Appetite For Destruction] – 17,250,000
19 1975 AerosmithWalk This Way [Toys In The Attic] – 16,970,000
20 1983 U2Sunday Bloody Sunday [War] – 16,720,000
21 1979 Pink FloydAnother Brick in the Wall (Part II) [The Wall] – 16,700,000
22 1986 Bon JoviYou Give Love a Bad Name [Slippery When Wet] – 16,360,000
23 1996 Céline DionBecause You Loved Me [Falling Into You] – 16,180,000
24 2015 AdeleHello [25] – 15,730,000
25 1963 BeatlesI Want to Hold Your Hand [Orphan] – 15,670,000
26 1977 Bee GeesHow Deep Is Your Love [Saturday Night Fever] – 15,500,000
27 1984 MadonnaLike A Virgin [Like A Virgin] – 15,450,000
28 1966 Rolling StonesPaint It Black [Aftermath] – 15,370,000
29 1970 BeatlesLet It Be [Let It Be] – 15,320,000
30 1973 Billy JoelPiano Man [Piano Man] – 14,860,000
31 1975 ABBAMamma Mia [ABBA] – 14,810,000
32 1984 Bruce SpringsteenBorn in the U.S.A. [Born in the U.S.A.] – 14,800,000
33 1986 MadonnaLa Isla Bonita [True Blue] – 14,760,000
34 1965 Rolling Stones(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction [Out Of Our Heads] – 14,630,000
35 1997 Backstreet BoysEverybody (Backstreet’s Back) [Backstreet’s Back] – 14,610,000
35 1991 U2One [Achtung Baby] – 14,610,000
37 1969 Led ZeppelinWhole Lotta Love [Led Zeppelin II] – 14,560,000
38 2000 U2Beautiful Day [All That You Can’t Leave Behind] – 14,550,000
39 1977 Fleetwood MacDreams [Rumours] – 14,430,000
40 2002 EminemLose Yourself [8 Mile] – 14,170,000
41 1973 Pink FloydMoney [The Dark Side of the Moon] – 14,130,000
42 1993 Mariah CareyHero [Music Box] – 14,070,000
43 1965 Bob DylanLike a Rolling Stone [Highway 61 Revisited] – 13,910,000
44 1991 NirvanaCome As You Are [Nevermind] – 13,880,000
45 1983 Billy JoelUptown Girl [An Innocent Man] – 13,840,000
46 1994 Mariah CareyAll I Want for Christmas Is You [Merry Christmas] – 13,710,000
47 1981 Rolling StonesStart Me Up [Tattoo You] – 13,570,000
48 1984 Bruce SpringsteenDancing in the Dark [Born in the U.S.A.] – 13,530,000
49 1987 U2I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For [The Joshua Tree] – 13,250,000
50 1997 Shania TwainMan! I Feel Like a Woman! [Come On Over] – 13,230,000
51 1984 George Michael & Wham!Careless Whisper [Make It Big] – 13,110,000
52 1993 Céline DionThe Power of Love [The Colour Of My Love] – 13,010,000
53 1965 BeatlesYesterday [Help!] – 12,860,000
54 1969 BeatlesCome Together [Abbey Road] – 12,810,000
55 1994 Green DayBasket Case [Dookie] – 12,790,000
56 1991 MetallicaEnter Sandman [Metallica] – 12,690,000
57 1968 Rolling StonesSympathy For The Devil [Beggars Banquet] – 12,260,000
58 2000 Britney SpearsOops!… I Did It Again [Oops!… I Did It Again] – 12,250,000
59 1996 Céline DionIt’s All Coming Back to Me Now [Falling Into You] – 12,210,000
60 1995 Mariah CareyAlways Be My Baby [Daydream] – 12,120,000
61 2000 Linkin ParkIn the End [Hybrid Theory] – 12,040,000
62 1968 BeatlesHey Jude [Orphan] – 12,010,000
63 1987 George Michael & Wham!Faith [Faith] – 11,890,000
64 1990 MadonnaVogue [I’m Breathless] – 11,780,000
64 1978 Rolling StonesBeast Of Burden [Some Girls] – 11,780,000
66 1991 Guns N RosesNovember Rain [Use Your Illusion I] – 11,660,000
67 1991 MetallicaNothing Else Matters [Metallica] – 11,580,000
68 1992 Whitney HoustonI Have Nothing [The Bodyguard] – 11,570,000
69 1984 MadonnaMaterial Girl [Like A Virgin] – 11,520,000
70 1993 Mariah CareyWithout You [Music Box] – 11,390,000
71 1969 BeatlesHere Comes the Sun [Abbey Road] – 11,370,000
72 1985 Whitney HoustonHow Will I Know [Whitney Houston] – 11,350,000
73 1987 Guns N RosesParadise City [Appetite For Destruction] – 11,220,000
74 1975 Bruce SpringsteenBorn to Run [Born to Run] – 11,100,000
75 2001 NickelbackHow You Remind Me [Silver Side Up] – 11,080,000
76 1963 BeatlesLove Me Do [Please Please Me] – 11,020,000
77 1991 Guns N RosesKnockin’ on Heaven’s Door [Use Your Illusion II] – 10,960,000
78 1987 Guns N RosesWelcome To The Jungle [Appetite For Destruction] – 10,910,000
79 1987 Fleetwood MacEverywhere [Tango In The Night] – 10,800,000
80 2000 Bon JoviIt’s My Life [Crush] – 10,770,000
81 1979 Pink FloydComfortably Numb [The Wall] – 10,740,000
82 1973 Rolling StonesAngie [Goats Head Soup] – 10,680,000
83 1984 George Michael & Wham!Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go [Make It Big] – 10,670,000
84 2011 AdeleRolling in the Deep [21] – 10,350,000
85 1993 Janet JacksonThat’s the Way Love Goes [Janet] – 10,320,000
86 1997 Shania TwainYou’re Still the One [Come On Over] – 10,260,000
87 1995 Mariah CareyFantasy [Daydream] – 10,210,000
88 1971 Led ZeppelinBlack Dog [Led Zeppelin IV] – 10,000,000
89 1964 BeatlesA Hard Day’s Night [A Hard Day’s Night] – 9,800,000
90 1977 Bee GeesNight Fever [Saturday Night Fever] – 9,780,000
91 1963 BeatlesTwist and Shout [Please Please Me] – 9,760,000
92 1977 ABBATake a Chance on Me [The Album] – 9,720,000
93 1997 Shania TwainThat Don’t Impress Me Much [Come On Over] – 9,650,000
94 2001 Alicia KeysFallin’ [Songs in A Minor] – 9,620,000
95 2000 EminemThe Real Slim Shady [The Marshall Mathers LP] – 9,530,000
96 1983 MadonnaHoliday [Madonna] – 9,460,000
97 1988 MetallicaOne […And Justice For All] – 9,440,000
97 1971 Rolling StonesBrown Sugar [Sticky Fingers] – 9,440,000
99 1969 Led ZeppelinGood Times Bad Times [Led Zeppelin I] – 9,360,000
100 1969 Rolling StonesGimme Shelter [Let It Bleed] – 9,350,000

156 2004 Alicia KeysIf I Ain’t Got You [The Diary of Alicia Keys] – 7,160,000
156 1975 AerosmithSweet Emotion [Toys In The Attic] – 7,160,000
158 1975 Led ZeppelinKashmir [Physical Graffiti] – 7,030,000
159 2000 MadonnaMusic [Music] – 7,000,000
160 2002 Norah JonesCome Away with Me [Come Away with Me] – 6,990,000
161 2003 Black Eyed PeasWhere Is the Love? [Elephunk] – 6,930,000
162 1986 George Michael & Wham!Last Christmas [Music from the Edge of Heaven] – 6,920,000
163 2001 Enrique IglesiasHero [Escape] – 6,900,000
164 1975 Fleetwood MacLandslide [Fleetwood Mac (White Album)] – 6,830,000
165 1964 BeatlesEight Days a Week [Beatles for Sale] – 6,810,000
166 1979 ABBAChiquitita [Voulez-Vous] – 6,710,000

10 thoughts on “CSPC: Black Eyed Peas Popularity Analysis”

  1. Thank You for this. This is one of the ones I have been looking forward to the most and as I expected, their numbers are very impressive. Especially for the Elephunk/Monkey Business/END eras.

    This is kinda OT, but after seeing those massive numbers for I Gotta Feeling I started wondering, were there any other songs bigger than it in digital single sales?

  2. Thank You. This is one that I’ve been looking forward to the most. The had so much success with Elephunk, Monkey Business, and The End.

    Also Kinda OT, but I Gotta Feeling’s massive numbers have me wondering, were there any other songs that outside it in digital single sales?

    1. Hi Leon!

      I Gotta Feeling tops Uptown Funk, Poker Face, Love The Way You Lie, Someone Like You, Just Dance etc. It is tied with Rolling In The Deep and outperformed by Moves Like Jagger which stands at nearly 20 million.

      Obviously, all figures were estimated at distinct moments and the accuracy of formulas (most notably Asian sales and ringtones) have been increased over the last months, so possibly one or two of those songs would be just ahead if updated now. Let’s just say it belongs to an elite of about 10 songs that are the very top selling digital tunes ever.

  3. Your data is amazing and impressively precise. I would like to know if you could post the Popularity Concept of the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Radiohead.

  4. Fantastic analysis. Thanks for providing the list of songs and albums, besides CPS all time artists.
    One comment: there’s a mistake in the “achievements” page where it says the streak of 26 consecutive weeks at #1 in Billboard Hot 100. It’s only because of 2 songs (Boom Boom Pow and I Gotta Feeling). “Meet Me Halfway” never reached the top position.

  5. I have guessed right that Black Eyes Peas were next. Love the band and their songs. I hope they release an album again. I really love their songs.

    And wow, My Heart Will Go On is the biggest song. Celibe Dion rules! 🙂

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