Piece by piece, we keep building a body of work to fully exploit our the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept. Applying it to historical albums and young popular artists helped Continue reading “CSPC: Madonna Popularity Analysis”
Nearly three months ago, I introduced to you the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept. Since, a few articles applying this concept have been published as well.
The main target of Continue reading “CSPC Appendix: Introduction of the Orphan Album”
Continuing to explore the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept, after we applied it to Rihanna discography it is time to have a look on Taylor Swift albums. The American country star turned global Continue reading “CSPC: Taylor Swift Popularity Analysis”
We started by defining the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept, then we applied it to 1975 biggest albums to understand how much the differences of catalog exploitation by labels may impact the success perception. To get the CSPC force fully up and running we now need to analyze the case of a recent artist to highlight how this revolutionary methodology enables us to compare album successes from very different eras.
To do that, the perfect example happens to be Rihanna. Why Continue reading “CSPC: Rihanna Popularity Analysis”
Now that we defined the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept, it is time to apply the method on a concrete example! This first clash will be a 5-way battle between some of the biggest rock acts of all-time: Pink Floyd, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith and Continue reading “CSPC Battle: 1975 Monster Rock Albums”
Hello everyone! Let me introduce this third Master Series with this few words: Facts can also lie.
Katy Perry sold more records than Dire Straits, Bon Jovi and the Guns N’ Roses. White Christmas by Bing Crosby and Candle In The Wind by Elton John are the two bestselling singles of all-time. Mariah Carey Continue reading “The Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept (CSPC) : Introduction”