CSPC: NSYNC Popularity Analysis

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Page 4: Original Album Sales – NSYNC (1997)
Page 5: Original Album Sales – Home for Christmas (1998)
Page 6: Original Album Sales – No Strings Attached (2000)
Page 7: Original Album Sales – Celebrity (2001)
Page 8: Original Album Sales – Comments
Page 9: Physical Singles Sales
Page 10: Digital Singles Sales
Page 11: Streaming Sales – Part 1
Page 12: Streaming Sales – Part 2
Page 13: Remaining Long Format
Page 14: Remaining Long Format – Summary
Page 15: BONUS: Total Album (all types) Sales per Country
Page 16: CSPC Results
Page 17: Biggest Tracks
Page 18: Achievements

7 thoughts on “CSPC: NSYNC Popularity Analysis”

  1. So this puts NSYNC at less than half the backstreet boys, which totally makes sense. I always felt their music didn’t quite compare…it had a cheaper sound and seemed like they were just riding the boy band trend rather than leading it.

  2. I’m wondering about a similar comparison between Take That and Robbie Williams, at the moment. Who would have higher CSPC in your opinion?

  3. Hah. I knew right from the very beginning that Nsync was extremely local. I was right. Their sales was nowhere near Britney nor BSB. Justin did the right move by dating Britney. It gave him the opportunity to introduce himself to the world, and is very useful for the build up of his solo career.

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