CSPC: ABBA Popularity Analysis

Streaming Part 2 – Peak Years


ABBA was a stronger seller than the first two, it also features better in the streaming area. At 38 million, Mamma Mia remains one of the band most remembered songs, SOS is still holding a decent popularity at 14 million. In the other side, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do at 4 million got truly forgotten as years passed.

Arrival isn’t really bigger overall but it owns Dancing Queen. At 69 million plays, this is still the group signature song. Streams of both albums are well over 100,000 album equivalent sales.

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Johnny be Good

Any estimation on “Voyage” ?


“even becoming Australian biggest selling album ever at the time” should be “Australia’s”
“It hasn’t break records in Germany” should be “It hasn’t BROKEN records”.
I take it that this is not an native English-speaking site?


“I take it this is not an native English speaking site”, should be “…a native…”

Yes, though, English is not the native tongue used, in the majority of articles.

Last edited 5 months ago by Martin

“They haven’t quite stop there”
Should be “stopped” (not stop). Need a proof-reader! ;-0


Is it me or was much more expected from their studio albums???


All of their studio albums must be about 50 million sales.


Where are you getting this number from?


El álbum Voulez Vouz aquí tiene 578.000 ventas en streams, pero en Most streamed albums (all-time) aparece con más de 800.000.000 streams en spotify, así que supongo que hay error en uno de los números.

Last edited 10 months ago by jt1916