Billboard Positions

The Billboard sales for the week ending December 24, 2011:

  • The 'An Afternoon In The Garden' CD climbed from #189 to #188 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart
  • 'It's Christmas Time' rises from #63 to #60 on the Top 200 Album Chart, rises from #11 to #8 on the Catalog Album Chart and rises from #19 to #13 on the Holiday Album Chart.
  • 'Elvis Christmas' rises from #86 to #68 on the Top 200 Album Chart and rises from #21 to #12 on the Catalog Album Chart. It also rises from #30 to #18 on the Holiday Album Chart.
  • 'Elvis Christmas Duets' drops from #183 to #196 on the Top 200 Album Chart.
  • 'Blue Christmas' rises from #19 to #18 on the Holiday Songs Chart.
Source: elv75 / Updated: Dec 16, 2011 
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Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 29, 2011report abuse
'Blue Christmas' is at 22 on the Holiday Digital Songs Chart.

'Elvis: The Great Performances' is at 36 on the Top 40 Video Chart.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 29, 2011report abuse
'An Afternoon In The Garden' drops from 167 to 170 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart for w/e 7th January, 2012.

'It's Christmas Time' drops from 72 to 105 on the Top 200 Albums Chart, drops from 11 to 16 on the Catalog Albums Chart and remains at 16 on the Holiday Albums Chart.

'Elvis Christmas' drops from 94 to 114 on the Top 200 Albums Chart and rises from 18 to 22 on the Catalog Albums Chart. It also rises from 25 to 21 on the Holiday Albums Chart.

'Blue Christmas' rises from 19 to 17 on the Holiday Songs Chart and rises from 28 to 21 on the Holiday Airplay Chart.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 22, 2011report abuse
'An Afternoon In The Garden' rises from 188 to 167 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart for w/e 31st December, 2011.

'It's Christmas Time' drops from 60 to 72 on the Top 200 Album Chart, drops from 8 to 11 on the Catalog Album Chart and drops from 13 to 16 on the Holiday Album Chart.

'Elvis Christmas' drops from 68 to 94 on the Top 200 Album Chart and rises from 12 to 18 on the Catalog Album Chart. It also drops from 18 to 25 on the Holiday Album Chart.

'Blue Christmas' drops from 18 to 19 on the Holiday Songs Chart.
1 BILLION SOLD (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2011
Invisible because there were too many capitals in the text
dgirl (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2011report abuse
We need to unite? Thats funny. Who are we but fans and you know what most of the world thinks about Elvis fanatics. Just read some of the posts on this website. Who needs to do something is Priscilla /Lisa Marie / Sony and/or the estate. They are the ones with clout and may get the ear of the right people.
snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 20, 2011report abuse
Hey 1 BILLION, maybe we could start an Occupy Billboard Building movement.
1 BILLION SOLD (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 19, 2011
Invisible because there were too many capitals in the text
Swen (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 18, 2011report abuse
When it comes to number of titles having received gold and platinum no one comes near Elvis and no one ever will. Add to this his foreign awards. And hopefully some day they will find out how many records The King has sold. Still it´s nice to see FOUR Elvis albums in Billboard 200. In 2011!!
snowplow floater (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 17, 2011report abuse
It's truly Orwellian to see the "Fiction Department" at Billboard rewrite music history in front of one's very own eyes, by downgrading Elvis Presley's number one achievements. The very man who nearly singlehandedly invented the 45rpm single. What's next Elvis didn't exist at all, well they might like to try but he keeps coming back, as sure as night follows day. The King of Christmas albums and lots more. Great to see his first two bona fide Rock 'n' Roll albums still winning hearts and blowing minds, have "The Fiction Dept" at Billboard not yet stated that these classics do not count as number one's either, yet? Its a matter of time i suppose, judging from their recent statistics.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Dec 16, 2011report abuse
In addition to the excellent Chart information Elvis has been awarded PLATINUM upgrades by the RIAA for the following albums:
1. 'Elvis Presley' (LPM 1254) and
2. 'Elvis' (LPM 1382).
We all know that they have sold much more but that will do for a start. Great news though.

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