CSPC: Jackson 5 & The Jacksons Popularity Analysis

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BIGGEST TRACKS – Jackson 5 & The Jacksons

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 1969 – I Want You Back [Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5] – 12,100,000
2 1970 – ABC [ABC] – 7,660,000
3 1970 – I’ll Be There [Third Album] – 4,220,000
4 1980 – Can You Feel It [Triumph] – 3,140,000
5 1978 – Blame It on the Boogie [Destiny] – 3,020,000
6 1984 – State of Shock [Victory] – 2,730,000
7 1978 – Shake Your Body (Down to the Ground) [Destiny] – 2,110,000
8 1971 – Never Can Say Goodbye [Maybe Tomorrow] – 1,670,000
9 1970 – Santa Claus Is Comin’ to Town [Jackson 5 Christmas Album] – 1,560,000
10 1976 – Enjoy Yourself [The Jacksons] – 1,380,000
11 1983 – That’s How Love Is [Orphan (Jackson 5)] – 1,330,000
12 1984 – Torture [Victory] – 1,280,000
13 1969 – Who’s Lovin’ You [Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5] – 1,170,000
14 1973 – Dancing Machine [G.I.T.: Get It Together] – 1,130,000
15 1970 – The Love You Save [ABC] – 1,110,000

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6 thoughts on “CSPC: Jackson 5 & The Jacksons Popularity Analysis”

  1. Only a few albums were not certified Gold/Platinum, that’s great! 60s and 70s albums didn’t sold a lot of copies by then, with some few exceptions.

  2. In the case of Queen, their Greatest Hits 1 & 2 alone are well above 50 mill.
    I think there are only 3 more artists with the shot of being above 200m: Queen, Elton and Elvis. The latter has a chance of breaking 300m, though i doubt it.

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