U2 are without any doubt one of the biggest groups of all time after almost 4 decades together. They are a great study case as they have been pretty much the greatest selling band ever since they formed.
After a dozen of CSPC articles about various popular artists, here comes a pretty specific one, a comprehensive Grease Continue reading “CSPC: Grease Popularity Analysis”
A couple of weeks after dropping the first part of this article, it is time to review an Continue reading “Destroying Myths: Fake 10 million sellers Part #2”
Few bands embody the late sixties and early seventies like Led Zeppelin do. But apart from firmly belonging to their time, this four-piece group not Continue reading “CSPC: Led Zeppelin Popularity Analysis”
Saying Michael Jackson sold bucket loads everywhere will surprise nobody. Along with the Beatles he is quite likely the only such act with no weak market even in relative terms. Despite Continue reading “France Album Sales: Michael Jackson”
Commensurate Sales to Popularity Concept career breakdown #5! After completing the case of the Guns N’ Roses, this time we will checking their old rivals, Nirvana.
Taking account there have been a mere two years and a half from Nevermind release until lead singer Kurt Cobain Continue reading “CSPC: Nirvana Popularity Analysis”
Among all classic rock bands, U2 has a pretty unique position for several reasons. Unlike most other bands that welcomed various members during their career, their Continue reading “France Album Sales: U2”
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”
How do we classify Coldplay? They are too young to put them among the Classic Rock Bands group with the likes The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, Queen or Led Zeppelin. They are too old to feature with among the young generation a la Continue reading “France Album Sales: Coldplay”
From 1966 to 1971, Neil Young has been busy registering records with Buffalo Springfield, with Crosby, Stills & Nash trio or as a solo artist. If his popularity Continue reading “France best selling albums ever: Harvest by Neil Young (1972)”