CSPC: Bee Gees Popularity Analysis

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Page 4: Original Album Sales – Bee Gees’ 1st (1967)
Page 5: Original Album Sales – Horizontal (1968)
Page 6: Original Album Sales – Idea (1969)
Page 7: Original Album Sales – Odessa (1970)
Page 8: Original Album Sales – 2 Years On (1970)
Page 9: Original Album Sales – Cucumber Castle (1970)
Page 10: Original Album Sales – Trafalgar (1971)
Page 11: Original Album Sales – To Whom It May Concern (1972)
Page 12: Original Album Sales – Life in a Tin Can (1973)
Page 13: Original Album Sales – Mr. Natural (1974)
Page 14: Original Album Sales – Main Course (1975)
Page 15: Original Album Sales – Children of the World (1976)
Page 16: Original Album Sales – Saturday Night Fever (1977)
Page 17: Original Album Sales – Spirits Having Flown (1979)
Page 18: Original Album Sales – Living Eyes (1981)
Page 19: Original Album Sales – Staying Alive (1983)
Page 20: Original Album Sales – E.S.P. (1987)
Page 21: Original Album Sales – One (1989)
Page 22: Original Album Sales – High Civilization (1991)
Page 23: Original Album Sales – Size Isn’t Everything (1993)
Page 24: Original Album Sales – Still Waters (1997)
Page 25: Original Album Sales – This Is Where I Came In (2001)
Page 26: Original Album Sales – Comments
Page 27: Physical Singles Sales – Part 1
Page 28: Physical Singles Sales – Part 2
Page 29: Physical Singles Sales – Part 3
Page 30: Physical Singles Sales – Part 4
Page 31: Physical Singles Sales – Part 5
Page 32: Physical Singles Sales – Part 6
Page 33: Physical Singles Sales – Part 7
Page 34: Digital Singles Sales – Part 1
Page 35: Digital Singles Sales – Part 2
Page 36: Digital Singles Sales – Part 3
Page 37: Digital Singles Sales – Part 4
Page 38: Digital Singles Sales – Part 5
Page 39: Streaming Sales – Part 1
Page 40: Streaming Sales – Part 2
Page 41: Streaming Sales – Part 3
Page 42: Streaming Sales – Part 4
Page 43: Streaming Sales – Part 5
Page 44: Streaming Sales – Part 6
Page 45: Streaming Sales – Part 7
Page 46: Streaming Sales – Part 8
Page 47: Streaming Sales – Part 9
Page 48: Streaming Sales – Part 10
Page 49: Streaming Sales – Part 11
Page 50: Remaining Long Format – Live
Page 51: Remaining Long Format – Major Compilations 1
Page 52: Remaining Long Format – Major Compilations 2
Page 53: Remaining Long Format – Major Compilations 3
Page 54: Remaining Long Format – Minor Compilation 1
Page 55: Remaining Long Format – Minor Compilation 2
Page 56: Remaining Long Format – Minor Compilation 3
Page 57: Remaining Long Format – Minor Compilation 4
Page 58: Remaining Long Format – Minor Compilation 5
Page 59: Remaining Long Format – Minor Compilation 6
Page 60: Remaining Long Format – Box Set
Page 61: Remaining Long Format – Music Video 1
Page 62: Remaining Long Format – Music Video 2
Page 63: Remaining Long Format – Other Releases
Page 64: Remaining Long Format – Summary
Page 65: CSPC Results
Page 66: Biggest Tracks

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Giovanni Cuozzo

Great job!
Any chance to also include solo albums from Barry and Robin?
For sure they sell lesser than Bee Gees album, but I have never seen any estimation.

Juan Cristobal Guzman

The Top 100 Most Streamed Songs, By Decade in the USA
Stayin Alive the most Streamed song of the 70s in the US.
1950s Mack The Knife, Bobby Darin 24.03 M
1960s Hey Jude. The Beatles 84.74 M
1970s Stayin Alive The Bee Gees 244.37 M
1980s Billie Jean Michael Jackson 450.72 M
1990s I Will Always Love You, Whitney Houston 315.17 M
Source: On- Demand U.S Streams (Audio and video combined) According to Nielsen Music

Juan Cristobal Guzman

Stayin Alive has reached over 400 million views on YouTube since 2009

Joe Brennan

Collecting all the potential “feat” instances will be quite a task, so I will not expect it. You’ve already done a lot. Starters would be the Barry and Robin solo albums at least. Most of the “feat” I can think of would be just 1 or 2 brothers, so whether that counts as Bee Gees, I am just not sure. You have to draw a line somewhere. One thing I would have put in are the pre-1967 Australian albums, but since they were almost exclusive to Aus and sales were not much, they would not make much difference in what… Read more »

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