CSPC: Foo Fighters Popularity Analysis

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In 1995 a new alternative rock band emerged, the Foo Fighters. The curiosity came from the fact its singer was none other than Dave Grohl, the former drummer of Nirvana, a band suddenly no longer after the passing Continue reading “CSPC: Foo Fighters Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Michael Jackson Popularity Analysis

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After two weeks of teasing with related, making of-like articles, the wait is finally over. It’s time to shine our light on the King of Pop. Iconic, massive, legendary, Continue reading “CSPC: Michael Jackson Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Lana Del Rey Popularity Analysis

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Hype or consistency. Albums in particular and artists in general hope to get one of those two types of success. The global impact of the 2012 album Born To Die upon release was immense for an unknown artist. How does Lana Del Rey perform 6 years after her single Video Games went Continue reading “CSPC: Lana Del Rey Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Madonna Popularity Analysis

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The Queen of Pop. Madonna is widely recognized as the biggest female star of all-time. As you know if you have been following Chartmasters.org for long, we created the Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept in order to validate or not those Continue reading “CSPC: Madonna Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Black Eyed Peas Popularity Analysis

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After two studio albums that didn’t find success other than in the underground sphere of American urban music, the Black Eyed Peas added Fergie to their line-up. With her addition, they recorded four more albums, dropping sizable hits such as Where Is The Love?, Shut Up, I Gotta Feeling and Continue reading “CSPC: Black Eyed Peas Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Nickelback Popularity Analysis

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Returning with their ninth album Feed The Machine this month, Nickelback is one of those in-between type rock bands. Not old enough to be considered as Classic Rock, and too old to be a fresh new act, they belong to the group made up of Coldplay, Green DayLinkin Park and  Continue reading “CSPC: Nickelback Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Pink Floyd Popularity Analysis

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Since 1973, one part of the Moon has been shaking the entire World. The British band Pink Floyd are the ones responsible for this event, and nearly half a century later they are still producing new music as Is This the Life We Really Want?, the first studio album by founding member Roger Waters in Continue reading “CSPC: Pink Floyd Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Sales & Formulas Fixing Log – Change of digital singles weighting

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Being relevant is tough, remaining relevant is even tougher. It requires you to put into question your own work and 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 – Change of digital singles weighting”

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 the years pass by. Among groups not fitting this description belongs Continue reading “CSPC: Green Day Popularity Analysis”

CSPC: Beyoncé & Destiny’s Child Popularity Analysis

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Rated this year as the most powerful women in the industry a few months ago by Fortune magazine, Beyoncé has been growing a lot since the days of No, No, No hit single way back in 1998 with the Destiny’s Child. Most powerful doesn’t necessarily mean best Continue reading “CSPC: Beyoncé & Destiny’s Child Popularity Analysis”