CSPC: Red Hot Chili Peppers Popularity Analysis

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Digital Singles Sales – Part 2

As a reminder, the weighting is done with a 10 to 1,5 ratio between one album and one digital single.

Blood Sugar Sex Magik (1991) – 1,032,000 equivalent albums

Give It Away – 1,260,000
Under the Bridge – 4,720,000
Remaining tracks – 900,000

One Hot Minute (1995) – 93,000 equivalent albums

All tracks – 620,000

Californication (1999) – 1,400,000 equivalent albums

Around the World – 510,000
Parallel Universe – 620,000
Scar Tissue – 1,820,000
Otherside – 1,260,000
Californication – 3,910,000
Remaining tracks – 1,210,000

By the Way (2002) – 1,077,000 equivalent albums

By the Way – 1,540,000
The Zephyr Song – 1,150,000
Can’t Stop – 3,010,000
Remaining tracks – 1,480,000

One Hot Minute sold well upon release thanks to the fanbase aquired by its predecessors, but its singles haven’t faced well the test of time. It is the opposite for all remaining eras of this list.

Albums Blood Sugar Sex Magik, Californication and By The Way were all already catalog items when iTunes was launched in late 2004. Still, they all produced multiple million selling digital hits and they all contain one song over 3 million downloads and ringtones to date. They are respectively Under the Bridge, Californication and Can’t Stop. Combined, songs from this period sold a whopping 24 million units in digital formats.

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“Other releases” on page 35 also include ep and video albums ?

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What do you think of valance? If cds weight goes light then it will be changed? right? I still believe physical values are heavy but who knows?

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