CSPC: Bee Gees Popularity Analysis

Bee Gees anos 2001

Physical Singles Sales – Part 7
Size Isn’t Everything (1993) – 264,000 equivalent albums

Paying the Price of Love – 270,000
How to Fall in Love, Part 1 – 20,000
For Whom the Bell Tolls – 560,000
Kiss Of Life – 30,000

Still Waters (1997) – 483,000 equivalent albums

Alone – 1,270,000
I Could Not Love You More – 60,000
Still Waters Run Deep – 280,000

This Is Where I Came In (2001) – 30,000 equivalent albums

This Is Where I Came In – 100,000

Orphan – 951,000 equivalent albums

Turn Around, Look At Me – 30,000
I Was A Lover, A Leader Of Men – 10,000
Spicks And Specks – 130,000
Tomorrow Tomorrow – 550,000
When The Swallows Fly – 10,000
In The Morning – 80,000
My World – 940,000
Wouldn’t I Be Someone – 120,000
Immortality – 1,300,000

The last bunch of singles includes two million sellers from 1997, 30 years after their debut, and two entire decades after Saturday Night Fever, Alone and Immortality.

Those late hits close the mark on 72,8 million singles sold by the UK / Australian band. Obviously, this doesn’t account for all sales of songs they wrote for other artists which would push this total into the 9 digits territory.

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