CSPC: Jackson 5 & The Jacksons Popularity Analysis

My Heart Will Go On

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] – 18,550,000
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 1966 Rolling StonesPaint It Black [Aftermath] – 15,370,000
28 1970 BeatlesLet It Be [Let It Be] – 15,320,000
29 1984 MadonnaLike A Virgin [Like A Virgin] – 15,210,000
30 1973 Billy JoelPiano Man [Piano Man] – 14,860,000
31 1998 CherBelieve [Believe] – 14,850,000
32 1975 ABBAMamma Mia [ABBA] – 14,810,000
33 1984 Bruce SpringsteenBorn in the U.S.A. [Born in the U.S.A.] – 14,800,000
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 1986 MadonnaLa Isla Bonita [True Blue] – 14,160,000
42 1973 Pink FloydMoney [The Dark Side of the Moon] – 14,130,000
43 1993 Mariah CareyHero [Music Box] – 14,070,000
44 1965 Bob DylanLike a Rolling Stone [Highway 61 Revisited] – 13,910,000
45 1991 NirvanaCome As You Are [Nevermind] – 13,880,000
46 1983 Billy JoelUptown Girl [An Innocent Man] – 13,840,000
47 1994 Mariah CareyAll I Want for Christmas Is You [Merry Christmas] – 13,710,000
48 1981 Rolling StonesStart Me Up [Tattoo You] – 13,570,000
49 1984 Bruce SpringsteenDancing in the Dark [Born in the U.S.A.] – 13,530,000
50 1987 U2I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For [The Joshua Tree] – 13,250,000
51 1997 Shania TwainMan! I Feel Like a Woman! [Come On Over] – 13,230,000
52 1984 George Michael & Wham!Careless Whisper [Make It Big] – 13,110,000
53 1993 Céline DionThe Power of Love [The Colour Of My Love] – 13,010,000
54 1965 BeatlesYesterday [Help!] – 12,860,000
55 1969 BeatlesCome Together [Abbey Road] – 12,810,000
56 1994 Green DayBasket Case [Dookie] – 12,790,000
57 1991 MetallicaEnter Sandman [Metallica] – 12,690,000
58 1984 MadonnaMaterial Girl [Like A Virgin] – 12,550,000
59 1968 Rolling StonesSympathy For The Devil [Beggars Banquet] – 12,260,000
60 2000 Britney SpearsOops!… I Did It Again [Oops!… I Did It Again] – 12,250,000
61 1996 Céline DionIt’s All Coming Back to Me Now [Falling Into You] – 12,210,000
62 1995 Mariah CareyAlways Be My Baby [Daydream] – 12,120,000
63 1969 Jackson 5 I Want You Back [Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5] – 12,100,000
64 2000 Linkin ParkIn The End [Hybrid Theory] – 12,040,000
65 1968 BeatlesHey Jude [Orphan] – 12,010,000
66 1987 George Michael & Wham!Faith [Faith] – 11,890,000
67 1990 MadonnaVogue [I’m Breathless] – 11,790,000
68 1978 Rolling StonesBeast Of Burden [Some Girls] – 11,780,000
69 1991 Guns N RosesNovember Rain [Use Your Illusion I] – 11,660,000
70 1991 MetallicaNothing Else Matters [Metallica] – 11,580,000
71 1992 Whitney HoustonI Have Nothing [The Bodyguard] – 11,570,000
72 1993 Mariah CareyWithout You [Music Box] – 11,390,000
73 1969 BeatlesHere Comes the Sun [Abbey Road] – 11,370,000
74 1985 Whitney HoustonHow Will I Know [Whitney Houston] – 11,350,000
75 1987 Guns N RosesParadise City [Appetite For Destruction] – 11,220,000
76 1975 Bruce SpringsteenBorn to Run [Born to Run] – 11,100,000
77 2001 NickelbackHow You Remind Me [Silver Side Up] – 11,080,000
78 1963 BeatlesLove Me Do [Please Please Me] – 11,020,000
79 1991 Guns N RosesKnockin’ on Heaven’s Door [Use Your Illusion II] – 10,960,000
80 1987 Guns N RosesWelcome To The Jungle [Appetite For Destruction] – 10,910,000
81 1987 Fleetwood MacEverywhere [Tango In The Night] – 10,800,000
82 2000 Bon JoviIt’s My Life [Crush] – 10,770,000
83 1979 Pink FloydComfortably Numb [The Wall] – 10,740,000
84 1973 Rolling StonesAngie [Goats Head Soup] – 10,680,000
85 1984 George Michael & Wham!Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go [Make It Big] – 10,670,000
86 2011 AdeleRolling in the Deep [21] – 10,350,000
87 1993 Janet JacksonThat’s the Way Love Goes [Janet] – 10,320,000
88 1997 Shania TwainYou’re Still the One [Come On Over] – 10,260,000
89 1995 Mariah CareyFantasy [Daydream] – 10,210,000
90 1971 Led ZeppelinBlack Dog [Led Zeppelin IV] – 10,000,000
91 1964 BeatlesA Hard Day’s Night [A Hard Day’s Night] – 9,800,000
92 1977 Bee GeesNight Fever [Saturday Night Fever] – 9,780,000
93 1963 BeatlesTwist and Shout [Please Please Me] – 9,760,000
94 1977 ABBATake a Chance on Me [The Album] – 9,720,000
95 1997 Shania TwainThat Don’t Impress Me Much [Come On Over] – 9,650,000
96 2001 Alicia KeysFallin’ [Songs in A Minor] – 9,620,000
97 2000 EminemThe Real Slim Shady [The Marshall Mathers LP] – 9,530,000
98 1988 MetallicaOne […And Justice For All] – 9,440,000
99 7 1971 Rolling StonesBrown Sugar [Sticky Fingers] – 9,440,000
100 1969 Led ZeppelinGood Times Bad Times [Led Zeppelin I] – 9,360,000

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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