CSPC: Sales & Formulas Fixing Log

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Being relevant is tough, remaining relevant is harder. It requires to put into question your own work, your own input. Unofficial websites like Mediatraffic as well as official ones including the British Official Charts Company have been slowly but surely losing relevancy due to their struggle in admitting their past mistakes. At Chartmasters.org, our inflexible objective of highlighting accuracy results into Continue reading “CSPC: Sales & Formulas Fixing Log”

CSPC: Janet Jackson Popularity Analysis

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You have been numerous voting at Chartmasters.org for your favorite artist to be studied with the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept. The promise was that artists winning each category would be covered within’ a few weeks. On political campaigns, commitments aren’t always completed but our site is fully aiming to respect them! Among artists with a mid-sized discography, Janet Jackson received half of the votes – 297 out of 592 as of now – the highest Continue reading “CSPC: Janet Jackson Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Bee Gees Popularity Analysis

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Years in 7 are synonymous of anniversaries. No, I’m not talking about the Beatles cult Sgt Pepper’s which is turning 50 soon and getting a much talked reissue. Today we will be speaking about one of the biggest pop bands of all-time that came to prominence 40 years ago in the middle of the disco bonanza, the Continue reading “CSPC: Bee Gees Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Spice Girls Popularity Analysis

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Exactly 20 years ago, the music industry was living one of the most hyped era that ever happened. The Girls Power phenomenon was everywhere thanks to their unstoppable flagship, the iconic Spice Girls. Wannabe was concluding its run at #1 in the US, the album Spice was on its way to climb at the top too. In the UK, both this album and the single Mama / Who Do You Think You Are? were dominating, the latter being their fourth #1 hit in their native country. Less than one year before they were unknown. This was the Spice Girls – an Continue reading “CSPC: Spice Girls Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Christina Aguilera Popularity Analysis

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While watching a group of teenagers on the Mickey Mouse Club way back in 1993, nobody would have guessed that four of them, Justin TimberlakeBritney Spears, Christina Aguilera and Ryan Gosling, would be superstars two decades later. It just happened. Following the foot steps of the former which got big along with N’Sync boys band, the two blonde girls both arrived in the Pop Music scene in 1998 / 1999 with a huge #1 hit, instantly drawing attention and creating the perfect rivalry Continue reading “CSPC: Christina Aguilera Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Green Day Popularity Analysis

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A wave. That’s pretty much the easiest way to define the popularity of most artists. Some acts have a bigger wave than others, but they still go up and then after reaching their peak inevitably slow down more and more as years pass. Among groups not fitting this description belongs Continue reading “CSPC: Green Day Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: The Beatles Popularity Analysis

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Do you feel this very special moment when starting to read such an article? That’s what happens when the daily subject is the Beatles. I won’t be creating a fake suspense – they are the biggest selling music act of all-time. The music Continue reading “CSPC: The Beatles Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Aaliyah Popularity Analysis

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Various singers have got many myths floating around them. One typical such case is R&B Princess Aaliyah. Already owner of a very loyal fanbase before it happened, her dramatic Continue reading “CSPC: Aaliyah Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Whitney Houston Popularity Analysis

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On February 11, 2012, a news saddened millions of people – the death of legendary diva Whitney Houston. The one that used to be recognized for her pure voice and image faced the Continue reading “CSPC: Whitney Houston Popularity Analysis”