CSPC: Data Collector

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Tracks Ranking – CSPC – Overall sales

1. 1982 – Michael JacksonBillie Jean [Thriller]41,580,000
2. 1997 – Céline DionMy Heart Will Go On [Let’s Talk About Love]36,560,000
3. 1992 – Whitney HoustonI Will Always Love You [The Bodyguard]33,620,000
4. 1977 – Bee GeesStayin’ Alive [Saturday Night Fever]31,660,000
5. 1975 – QueenBohemian Rhapsody [A Night at the Opera]29,660,000
6. 1982 – Michael JacksonBeat It [Thriller]26,990,000
7. 1971 – Led ZeppelinStairway To Heaven [Led Zeppelin IV]26,320,000
8. 1976 – ABBADancing Queen [Arrival]24,490,000
9. 1986 – Bon JoviLivin’ on a Prayer [Slippery When Wet]23,460,000
10. 1987 – U2With Or Without You [The Joshua Tree]23,430,000
11. 1982 – Michael JacksonThriller [Thriller]23,290,000
12. 1975 – Pink FloydWish You Were Here [Wish You Were Here]22,260,000
13. 1981 – QueenUnder Pressure [Hot Space]20,740,000
14. 1996 – Spice GirlsWannabe [Spice]20,670,000
15. 1980 – QueenAnother One Bites the Dust [The Game]20,500,000
16. 1987 – Whitney HoustonI Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me) [Whitney]19,630,000
17. 1976 – Fleetwood MacGo Your Own Way [Rumours]19,540,000
18. 1991 – Michael JacksonBlack or White [Dangerous]18,760,000
19. 1989 – MadonnaLike A Prayer [Like A Prayer]18,550,000
20. 1999 – Backstreet BoysI Want It That Way [Millennium]18,360,000
21. 1998 – Britney Spears…Baby One More Time […Baby One More Time]17,920,000
22. 1978 – SoundtrackYou’re the One That I Want [Grease]17,680,000
23. 1987 – Guns N RosesSweet Child O’Mine [Appetite For Destruction]17,600,000
24. 1977 – QueenWe Will Rock You [News of the World]17,590,000
25. 1991 – NirvanaSmells Like Teen Spirit [Nevermind]17,330,000
26. 1975 – AerosmithWalk This Way [Toys In The Attic]17,070,000
27. 1983 – U2Sunday Bloody Sunday [War]16,800,000
28. 1979 – Pink FloydAnother Brick in the Wall (Part II) [The Wall]16,700,000
29. 1986 – Bon JoviYou Give Love a Bad Name [Slippery When Wet]16,520,000
30. 1996 – Céline DionBecause You Loved Me [Falling Into You]16,310,000
31. 2015 – AdeleHello [25]16,190,000
32. 1963 – BeatlesI Want to Hold Your Hand [Orphan]15,690,000
33. 1977 – Bee GeesHow Deep Is Your Love [Saturday Night Fever]15,600,000
34. 1966 – Rolling StonesPaint It Black [Aftermath]15,590,000
35. 1978 – Bob MarleyIs This Love [Kaya]15,470,000
36. 1970 – BeatlesLet It Be [Let It Be]15,420,000
37. 1984 – MadonnaLike A Virgin [Like A Virgin]15,210,000
38. 1973 – Billy JoelPiano Man [Piano Man]15,020,000
39. 1975 – ABBAMamma Mia [ABBA]14,890,000
40. 1998 – CherBelieve [Believe]14,850,000
41. 1984 – Bruce SpringsteenBorn in the U.S.A. [Born in the U.S.A.]14,800,000
41. 2002 – EminemLose Yourself [8 Mile]14,800,000
43. 2000 – U2Beautiful Day [All That You Can’t Leave Behind]14,770,000
43. 1965 – Rolling Stones(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction [Out Of Our Heads]14,770,000
45. 1997 – Backstreet BoysEverybody (Backstreet’s Back) [Backstreet’s Back]14,760,000
46. 1991 – U2One [Achtung Baby]14,750,000
47. 1969 – Led ZeppelinWhole Lotta Love [Led Zeppelin II]14,670,000
48. 1977 – Fleetwood MacDreams [Rumours]14,580,000
49. 1987 – Michael JacksonMan in the Mirror [Bad]14,310,000
50. 1994 – Mariah CareyAll I Want for Christmas Is You [Merry Christmas]14,190,000
51. 1986 – MadonnaLa Isla Bonita [True Blue]14,160,000
52. 1973 – Pink FloydMoney [The Dark Side of the Moon]14,130,000
52. 1993 – Mariah CareyHero [Music Box]14,130,000
54. 1965 – Bob DylanLike a Rolling Stone [Highway 61 Revisited]14,040,000
55. 1983 – Billy JoelUptown Girl [An Innocent Man]13,940,000
56. 1991 – NirvanaCome As You Are [Nevermind]13,880,000
57. 1978 – QueenDon’t Stop Me Now [Jazz]13,710,000
58. 1981 – Rolling StonesStart Me Up [Tattoo You]13,690,000
59. 1979 – Michael JacksonDon’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough [Off the Wall]13,540,000
60. 1984 – Bruce SpringsteenDancing in the Dark [Born in the U.S.A.]13,530,000
61. 1987 – U2I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For [The Joshua Tree]13,420,000
62. 1997 – Shania TwainMan! I Feel Like a Woman! [Come On Over]13,320,000
63. 1984 – Wham!Careless Whisper [Make It Big]13,110,000
64. 1993 – Céline DionThe Power of Love [The Colour Of My Love]13,080,000
65. 1994 – Green DayBasket Case [Dookie]12,960,000
66. 1965 – BeatlesYesterday [Help!]12,920,000
67. 1969 – BeatlesCome Together [Abbey Road]12,870,000
68. 1991 – MetallicaEnter Sandman [Metallica]12,860,000
69. 1987 – Michael JacksonSmooth Criminal [Bad]12,700,000
70. 1984 – MadonnaMaterial Girl [Like A Virgin]12,550,000
71. 1984 – QueenI Want to Break Free [The Works]12,470,000
72. 1968 – Rolling StonesSympathy For The Devil [Beggars Banquet]12,420,000
73. 1996 – Céline DionIt’s All Coming Back to Me Now [Falling Into You]12,280,000
74. 2000 – Britney SpearsOops!… I Did It Again [Oops!… I Did It Again]12,250,000
75. 1995 – Mariah CareyAlways Be My Baby [Daydream]12,220,000
76. 1976 – QueenSomebody to Love [A Day at the Races]12,170,000
77. 1969 – Jackson 5I Want You Back [Diana Ross Presents The Jackson 5]12,100,000
78. 1968 – BeatlesHey Jude [Orphan]12,090,000
79. 2000 – Linkin ParkIn The End [Hybrid Theory]12,040,000
80. 1987 – Michael JacksonThe Way You Make Me Feel [Bad]12,020,000
81. 1987 – George MichaelFaith [Faith]11,890,000
82. 1978 – Rolling StonesBeast Of Burden [Some Girls]11,870,000
83. 1991 – Guns N RosesNovember Rain [Use Your Illusion I]11,830,000
84. 1990 – MadonnaVogue [I’m Breathless]11,790,000
85. 1991 – MetallicaNothing Else Matters [Metallica]11,730,000
86. 1992 – Whitney HoustonI Have Nothing [The Bodyguard]11,570,000
87. 1969 – BeatlesHere Comes the Sun [Abbey Road]11,460,000
88. 1987 – Guns N RosesParadise City [Appetite For Destruction]11,450,000
89. 1993 – Mariah CareyWithout You [Music Box]11,440,000
90. 1985 – Whitney HoustonHow Will I Know [Whitney Houston]11,350,000
91. 2010 – AdeleRolling in the Deep [21]11,230,000
92. 1987 – Guns N RosesWelcome To The Jungle [Appetite For Destruction]11,190,000
93. 1975 – Bruce SpringsteenBorn to Run [Born to Run]11,100,000
93. 1991 – Guns N RosesKnockin’ on Heaven’s Door [Use Your Illusion II]11,100,000
95. 2001 – NickelbackHow You Remind Me [Silver Side Up]11,080,000
96. 1962 – BeatlesLove Me Do [Please Please Me]11,040,000
97. 2000 – Bon JoviIt’s My Life [Crush]10,990,000
98. 1987 – Fleetwood MacEverywhere [Tango In The Night]10,930,000
99. 1973 – Rolling StonesAngie [Goats Head Soup]10,760,000
100. 1979 – Pink FloydComfortably Numb [The Wall]10,740,000
101. 1984 – Wham!Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go [Make It Big]10,670,000
102. 1993 – Janet JacksonThat’s the Way Love Goes [Janet]10,360,000
103. 1997 – Shania TwainYou’re Still the One [Come On Over]10,320,000
103. 1977 – QueenWe Are the Champions [News of the World]10,320,000
105. 1995 – Mariah CareyFantasy [Daydream]10,280,000
106. 1971 – Led ZeppelinBlack Dog [Led Zeppelin IV]10,060,000
107. 1995 – Michael JacksonThey Don’t Care About Us [HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I]9,880,000
108. 1977 – Bee GeesNight Fever [Saturday Night Fever]9,840,000
109. 1964 – BeatlesA Hard Day’s Night [A Hard Day’s Night]9,820,000
110. 1963 – BeatlesTwist and Shout [Please Please Me]9,800,000
111. 1977 – ABBATake a Chance on Me [The Album]9,780,000
112. 1974 – Bob MarleyNo Woman, No Cry [Natty Dread]9,770,000
113. 2001 – Alicia KeysFallin’ [Songs in A Minor]9,760,000
114. 2000 – EminemThe Real Slim Shady [The Marshall Mathers LP]9,740,000
115. 1997 – Shania TwainThat Don’t Impress Me Much [Come On Over]9,710,000
116. 1971 – Rolling StonesBrown Sugar [Sticky Fingers]9,520,000
117. 1988 – MetallicaOne […And Justice For All]9,510,000
117. 1969 – Rolling StonesGimme Shelter [Let It Bleed]9,510,000
117. 1979 – Michael JacksonRock with You [Off the Wall]9,510,000
120. 1969 – Led ZeppelinGood Times Bad Times [Led Zeppelin I]9,460,000
121. 1970 – Led ZeppelinImmigrant Song [Led Zeppelin III]9,420,000
122. 1997 – Backstreet BoysAs Long as You Love Me [Backstreet’s Back]9,370,000
123. 1969 – Led ZeppelinRamble On [Led Zeppelin II]9,340,000
124. 2011 – AdeleSomeone like You [21]9,330,000
125. 1983 – MadonnaHoliday [Madonna]9,310,000
126. 1964 – BeatlesCan’t Buy Me Love [A Hard Day’s Night]9,230,000
127. 1999 – Destiny’s ChildSay My Name [The Writing’s on the Wall]9,200,000
128. 1973 – Pink FloydTime [The Dark Side of the Moon]9,170,000
128. 1991 – QueenThe Show Must Go On [Innuendo]9,170,000
130. 1964 – Bob DylanThe Times They Are a-Changin’ [The Times They Are a-Changin’]9,110,000
131. 1974 – ABBAWaterloo [Waterloo]9,060,000
132. 1965 – BeatlesHelp! [Help!]9,030,000
133. 2001 – ShakiraWhenever, Wherever / Suerte [Laundry Service]9,000,000
134. 1986 – Bon JoviWanted Dead or Alive [Slippery When Wet]8,910,000
135. 1980 – Bob MarleyCould You Be Loved [Uprising]8,870,000
136. 1984 – MadonnaInto The Groove [Like A Virgin]8,860,000
137. 1979 – Bee GeesTragedy [Spirits Having Flown]8,850,000
138. 1977 – Bob MarleyThree Little Birds [Exodus]8,820,000
139. 1989 – Billy JoelWe Didn’t Start the Fire [Storm Front]8,610,000
140. 1992 – Bon JoviBed of Roses [Keep the Faith]8,530,000
141. 1996 – Backstreet BoysQuit Playin’ Games (with My Heart) [Backstreet Boys]8,480,000
142. 1986 – MadonnaPapa Don’t Preach [True Blue]8,460,000
143. 1963 – BeatlesShe Loves You [Orphan]8,430,000
144. 1991 – Mariah CareyEmotions [Emotions]8,380,000
145. 1971 – Led ZeppelinRock and Roll [Led Zeppelin IV]8,350,000
146. 1998 – MadonnaFrozen [Ray Of Light]8,340,000
147. 1983 – David BowieLet’s Dance [Let’s Dance]8,290,000
148. 1980 – ABBAThe Winner Takes It All [Super Trouper]8,230,000
148. 1971 – Rolling StonesWild Horses [Sticky Fingers]8,230,000
150. 1990 – Mariah CareyVision of Love [Mariah Carey]8,180,000
151. 1980 – Billy JoelIt’s Still Rock and Roll to Me [Glass Houses]8,150,000
152. 1969 – BeatlesGet Back [Let It Be]8,140,000
153. 1995 – Shania TwainAny Man of Mine [The Woman In Me]8,090,000
154. 1999 – Christina AguileraGenie in a Bottle [Christina Aguilera]7,990,000
155. 2002 – Eminem‘Till I Collapse [The Eminem Show]7,980,000
156. 1989 – CherIf I Could Turn Back Time [Heart of Stone]7,950,000
157. 2003 – BeyoncéCrazy in Love [Dangerously In Love]7,920,000
157. 1984 – Bruce SpringsteenI’m on Fire [Born in the U.S.A.]7,920,000
159. 1967 – BeatlesAll You Need Is Love [Magical Mystery Tour]7,900,000
159. 1977 – Bob MarleyJamming [Exodus]7,900,000
159. 1986 – MetallicaMaster Of Puppets [Master Of Puppets]7,900,000
159. 2000 – EminemStan [The Marshall Mathers LP]7,900,000
163. 1966 – BeatlesYellow Submarine [Revolver]7,890,000
164. 1980 – Bruce SpringsteenThe River [The River]7,850,000
164. 2013 – SoundtrackLet It Go [Frozen]7,850,000
166. 1993 – Billy JoelThe River of Dreams [River Of Dreams]7,840,000
167. 1987 – Michael JacksonBad [Bad]7,830,000
168. 1988 – Guns N RosesPatience [GNR Lies]7,760,000
169. 1984 – U2Pride (in The Name Of Love) [The Unforgettable Fire]7,740,000
170. 1985 – Whitney HoustonGreatest Love of All [Whitney Houston]7,730,000
171. 2005 – ColdplayFix You [X&Y]7,710,000
172. 2003 – Britney SpearsToxic [In The Zone]7,690,000
172. 1975 – Bob DylanHurricane [Desire]7,690,000
174. 1991 – Michael JacksonRemember the Time [Dangerous]7,680,000
175. 1977 – David BowieHeroes [Heroes]7,670,000
176. 1970 – Jackson 5ABC [ABC]7,660,000
176. 2004 – UsherYeah! [Confessions]7,660,000
178. 2002 – ColdplayThe Scientist [A Rush Of Blood To The Head]7,500,000
179. 1978 – Billy JoelMy Life [52nd Street]7,480,000
180. 2005 – MadonnaHung Up [Confessions On A Dance Floor]7,470,000
181. 2004 – Alicia KeysIf I Ain’t Got You [The Diary of Alicia Keys]7,340,000
182. 2008 – ColdplayViva La Vida [Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends]7,320,000
183. 1978 – SoundtrackSummer Nights [Grease]7,290,000
184. 1969 – David BowieSpace Oddity [David Bowie (1969)]7,270,000
185. 1977 – Billy JoelShe’s Always a Woman [The Stranger]7,260,000
186. 1995 – Michael JacksonYou Are Not Alone [HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I]7,250,000
187. 1975 – AerosmithSweet Emotion [Toys In The Attic]7,230,000
188. 2003 – Linkin ParkNumb [Meteora]7,220,000
188. 2000 – ColdplayYellow [Parachutes]7,220,000
190. 1982 – Michael JacksonP.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing) [Thriller]7,160,000
191. 2001 – Norah JonesCome Away with Me [Come Away with Me]7,150,000
192. 1975 – Led ZeppelinKashmir [Physical Graffiti]7,120,000
193. 2001 – Enrique IglesiasHero [Escape]7,070,000
193. 1995 – Michael JacksonEarth Song [HIStory: Past, Present and Future, Book I]7,070,000
195. 2011 – AdeleSet Fire to the Rain [21]6,990,000
196. 1975 – Fleetwood MacLandslide [Fleetwood Mac (White Album)]6,970,000
197. 1965 – Sonny & CherI Got You Babe [Look at Us]6,960,000
198. 2003 – Black Eyed PeasWhere Is the Love? [Elephunk]6,930,000
199. 1984 – Wham!Last Christmas [Music from the Edge of Heaven]6,920,000
200. 1977 – Bob MarleyOne Love / People Get Ready [Exodus]6,880,000

50 thoughts on “CSPC: Data Collector”

  1. I really congratulate you very much for your excellent work, so perfect, meticulous, it is a really brilliant site, sincere congratulations to all three.
    I just have a question to ask:
    I just wanted to know if the artists you have updated today, then there will also be integration of YouTube video views and for some artists already analyzed such as Lady Gaga and Rolling Stones beyond YouTube integration, will be added their 2 respective albums “Joanne” and “Blue & Lonesome”!!

    1. Also do you mind pinning this article on the side bar so it is easy to access when browsing around? Maybe under the “Categories” section?

      Thanks for all your hard work! Much appreciated. Looking forward to Elvis and the Chili Peppers!

    2. Hi Kris!

      Thanks for the help 🙂 Nirvana’s link is fixed, so are Lady Gaga’s figures. A widget is added to the sidebar too, “Useful Links”, with both the Data Collector and the requests’ article. Hope it helps 🙂

  2. Why don’t update Katy’s sales figures?Why just use 1.5:10 ratio to update TEA?She has 6 singles with over 10m downloads WW and Teenage Dream is the best selling digital era of all time!

  3. By the way,your sales figures are pretty fake.Prism had not sold 2m in US as of 2016.It had sold 1.7m in US according to Billboard as of February this year

    1. Clearly you don’t know what a shipment means. The RIAA certified PRISM 2x Platinum before streaming was included for albums.

    2. Hi LMAO,

      There is obviously a ton of things you are unaware of in the charts & sales area. I would suggest you to learn first before claiming someone is fake. Soundscan doesn’t collect 100% of sales, especially some special offers. Prism was officially certified 2xP in the US before the inclusion of SPS, so that’s every claim under the 2 million mark which is obviously fake.

      1. If you’re counting Katy Perry’s Prism’s shipments over sales for her overall total, shouldn’t you do the same for Britney’s Femme Fatale, which you have down as having 850,000 sales even though it has a platinum certification from the RIAA for one million copies?

        1. Hi Jase!

          The case of Prism and Femme Fatale are very different. The Platinum award of Britney Spears arrived just 1 month after the release of the album, the minimum required time frame to apply for a certification. It is a clear case of an album hitting a certification with the initial shipment and then fail to reach it.

          Prism’s 2xP award was certified in mid-2015, nearly two years after the release of the album. Very few copies were still available on retailers at that point meaning that indeed 2 million copies were sold. When I built Katy’s article, I still hadn’t identify which sales were excluded by Soundscan to explain this gap between its Soundscan total and its shipment so the natural process in that case is to give it the benefit of the doubt.

          In the meantime, I identified why several albums, including Ariana Grande’s My Everything and Lorde’s Pure Heroine, had high RIAA certifications. It was due to Google Play offering them for free during one week.

          Thus I just ended to search if Prism received that promotion as well. Guess what? It did! This will be fixed when Katy’s article is updated, we also now have the reason of this discrepancy – Prism did sell over 2 million units (most likely around 2,2m giving the number of users of Google Play / results of Lorde / Ariana), but half a million of them were for free.

    3. TD and TF have simiar digital tracks sales(and TD sold more in US),check on wiki.I think there’s nearly no difference between TD’s digital tracks sales and TF’s.TF digital tracks did sold more except US,but TD sold more in US,and they have similar certified numbers,so I think WW numbers would be similar

    1. Hi Jake!

      It is the same figures, from the same date, with the new formula in order to put all acts on par. Several acts still have the old ratio for streaming, but it isn’t a relevant different since streams achieved since then make up for the gap.

  4. Pink Floyd & Michael are the two that really impress me. Michael in a way is obvious, he’s a truly global icon and the furore about his releases post Thriller was immense but Floyd, a kind of underground act in many respects, I think is more impressive, the sustained popularity of their two (maybe three) biggest albums is amazing and while I’m no fan of Celine Dion, respect to her and having two albums above 40m.

    Another two acts that impress me are The Eagles and Garth Brooks, certainly in the US, fantastic certification totals, although Garths label seems to know how to play the game well & are one of the few that are fastidious at updates.

  5. Barbra is “lost” in the list, some of other female’s stans use this list to claim fake top3, top5, top10… I think she must be above Whitney even Mariah

  6. It would also be nice if there was a page posting each screenshot of an artist’s CSPC results. Since as you said there has been 69 artists done, one doesn’t have time to read every single artist’s analysis entirely. It’s a bit tiring sometimes to scroll through each artists CSPC analysis to find their screenshot breakdown, especially if you’ve actually read it before but are just going back to look at something specific!

  7. Hi everyone!

    The singles ranking have been added earlier today, and a table of content is now available in page 2.
    A new list will be added tomorrow, so stay tuned !

  8. Hi @MJD.

    I’m just a little bit confused by the artists ranking – overall sales/CSPC.

    Rihanna’s rank has been lifted from 65M+ to 75M+ but it still has old the date of when you last updated her profile – june 2016.

    Is the jump she now made her final total, or will she even rank higher once you update her profile which is 14 months out of date. I suspect she may be over 80M by now considering her gargantuan streams (Spotify especially, YouTube)? I could be very wrong though.

    1. Hi Cara!

      The article still has the old date (June 2016) because all figures are valid as of June 2016. In all likelihood she is indeed several millions higher by now!

  9. Hey @MJD.

    This is just a general question and off topic to this particular post but who would you say are your favourite artists both male and female – top five? (Esp. of the ones you’ve done on this page). 😀

    Also, when are you going to update Rihanna and Adele’s CSPC rank? Anytime soon? 😀

    1. Hi Lennox!

      To be honest, making a Top 5 per gender wouldn’t make sense for me. My #1 female (let say PJ Harvey) would most likely not even feature inside the Top 20 male artists, so putting two Top 5s on par would be misleading more than anything. The big ones for me are Sufjan Stevens, Bowie, MJ, Prince, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Kanye West, Stevie Wonder. Among bands Radiohead, the White Stripes/Jack White, the Beach Boys. Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours is likely the international album I listened to the most in my lifetime while this year I streamed Kendrick Lamar’s Damn way more than anything else. I played a lot for various years some French acts too, mostly Saez and Francis Cabrel, the former one I would most likely rank him as the most talented artist out of all.

      As for updates, I’m hoping all big ones will be done before the end of the year!

  10. In regards to the #1 Albums per year page, you have Drake’s “More Life” as #1 of 2017. Shouldn’t that spot go to Ed’s “Divide”?

    1. Hi Rod!

      You are probably right about “Divide”, but Ed Sheeran has been analyzed in 2016, so we haven’t studied his last album so far.
      You can be sure it will be done in the next days/weeks!

      1. Oh okay, awesome. That’s good to know.

        I wonder if by then X will replace 1989 as the album of 2014. I love this list, it’s very interesting.

  11. I really want to see CSPC’s for Elvis Presley and Elton John now! Only these two stars can still enter the top 10 IMHO.

  12. Celine Dion’s total should be over 194m by now. And next year, she will release a new album and that would also increase the sales of her previous albums and hopefully sells another 6 million by the end of 2018 so she would reach a total of 200 million. 🙂

  13. Wonderful work you have done here. As a fan of raw album sales, I was wondering if you would add a page to this of top selling artists in terms of raw albums, including compilations. Would be interesting to see how this list compares to the CSPC list. Thanks.

    1. Hi Lance!

      You’re right, this kind of list is very interesting, that’s why I’ve just added the list “Raw sales – Studio albums” in page 5!

      1. Thank you very much for the “Raw sales – Studio albums” list! It’s very interesting, really. But I’m surprised Alanis Morissette’s album Jagged Little Pill isn’t on the top 100 list ?!

        1. Hi Daydreamer!

          “Jagged Little Pill” is not in this list because Alanis has not been studied for the moment. Its sales should be between 32-35m.
          Other big albums are missing for the same reason, like “Back In Black” (AC/DC), “Brothers In Arms” (Dire Strait) or “Hotel California” (The Eagles), all above 30m.

          1. Oops my bad…:-(

            Alanis Morissette has not been studied, of course. It was a momentary lapse of reason(to quote Pimk Floyd) from me.

  14. Just a small thing – if Beyonce and Destiny’s Child are combined for a single stat for Beyonce, shouldn’t Michael Jackson’s total then become some 380M+ to include J5/Jacksons stats?

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