CSPC: Phil Collins Popularity Analysis

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Page 4: Original Album Sales – Face Value (1981)
Page 5: Original Album Sales – Hello, I Must Be Going! (1982)
Page 6: Original Album Sales – No Jacket Required (1985)
Page 7: Original Album Sales – Buster (1988)
Page 8: Original Album Sales – …But Seriously (1989)
Page 9: Original Album Sales – Both Sides (1993)
Page 10: Original Album Sales – Dance into the Light (1996)
Page 11: Original Album Sales – Tarzan (1999)
Page 12: Original Album Sales – Testify (2002)
Page 13: Original Album Sales – Brother Bear (2003)
Page 14: Original Album Sales – Going Back (2010)
Page 15: Original Album Sales – Comments
Page 16: Physical Singles Sales – Part 1
Page 17: Physical Singles Sales – Part 2
Page 18: Digital Singles Sales – Part 1
Page 19: Digital Singles Sales – Part 2
Page 20: Streaming Sales – Part 1
Page 21: Streaming Sales – Part 2
Page 22: Streaming Sales – Part 3
Page 23: Streaming Sales – Part 4
Page 24: Streaming Sales – Part 5
Page 25: Remaining Long Format – Introduction
Page 26: Remaining Long Format – Live Recordings
Page 27: Remaining Long Format – Compilations
Page 28: Remaining Long Format – Music Videos pre-2000
Page 29: Remaining Long Format – Music Videos post-2000
Page 30: Remaining Long Format – Box Sets and EPs
Page 31: Remaining Long Format – Summary
Page 32: BONUS: Compilation Albums Sales – Serious Hits… Live! (1990)
Page 33: BONUS: Compilation Albums Sales – …Hits (1998)
Page 34: BONUS: Total Album (all types) Sales per Country
Page 35: CSPC Results
Page 36: Biggest Tracks
Page 37: Achievements

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Just one question, how do you guys measure ASR?


I think it’s would be a very good idea to do the same work for Peter Gabriel and, first, for Genesis…
We’ read here that Phil Collins and Paul McCartney are the only artists who are above the 100 million sales for their work with their solo career AND for their main band. For Macca, the work has been done, and well done, IMO.
But for Phil Collins, we just have a part of the picture… Hope for Genesis CSCP in the next future… Fingers crossed !


Genesis is top 10 on the requests list. You can vote for them here.


“But for Phil Collins, we just have a part of the picture”

I couldn’t agree more, basically half of his career hasn’t been studied, which is a little strange considering we have Sting/The Police, Black Sabbath/Ozzy, Neil Young/CSNY, Paul Simon/Simon & Garfunkel…etc.

His total with Genesis would be around 255 million EAS, i.e. more than Madonna. I think he deserves a complete study of his career.