CSPC: Oasis Popularity Analysis



The list of most successful songs is compiled in album equivalent sales generated by each of them. It includes the song’s own physical singles sales with a 0,3 weighting, its download and streaming sales, and with appropriate weighting too, plus its share among sales of all albums on which it is featured.

1 1995 – Wonderwall [(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?] – 14,920,000
2 1995 – Don’t Look Back In Anger [(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?] – 5,180,000
3 1997 – Stand By Me [Be Here Now] – 3,750,000
4 1994 – Live Forever [Definitely Maybe] – 2,950,000
5 1995 – Champagne Supernova [(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?] – 2,840,000
6 1994 – Supersonic [Definitely Maybe] – 2,040,000
7 1997 – Don’t Go Away [Be Here Now] – 2,020,000
8 2002 – Stop Crying Your Heart Out [Heathen Chemistry] – 1,760,000
9 1994 – Cigarettes & Alcohol [Definitely Maybe] – 1,130,000
10 1997 – D’You Know What I Mean? [Be Here Now] – 1,120,000

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Hello, Oasis’ total CSPC and streams are down by 3 million. Why is that?


Thanks! Appreciate your speed and professionalism.


Hello, I might misunderstand this, but the daily increase (LD) of Definitely Maybe is lower than the Spotify increase. Isn’t that physically impossible?


Hello, could you explain why the total Spotify numbers of definitely maybe is higher than the total auto update? That should also include video streams, so I expected the total auto update to be higher. Thanks in advance!


Hi there! In your receipt database I found an item about Dig Out Your Soul for a shipment of 70k in Italy by YE 2008 (12 weeks after its release). In this article it’s only at 65k. Did the album stay on the shelves that much?


Hi Chartmasters!
Do you think Morning Glory has already overtaken 21 as the best selling studio album of all time in the UK? The difference was about 110k in 2017 and MG is placed higher on the UK albums chart almost every week since then, I’m not sure how much pure sales that means, though.


Hi again! I’m sure you have other things on your mind and this probably isn’t the major issue in the music bizz these days, but it is a relevant thing to know if it’s a close race. I would say it’s actually fun too. Morning Glory has sold somewhere in the range of 40-60k in vinyls since dec 17 and probably some cd’s as well. Now I don’t know Adele’s sales, but MG probably hasn’t caught up with 21. Might it happen soon? A vinyl re-issue is set for october, so that might help. If the new Adele album is… Read more »

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