Billboard Charts

Here are the Billboard charts for the week ending April 24: Billboard Top 200 Albums - Elvis 30 #1's - #187 Billboard Top Country Albums - Elvis 30 #1's - #25 Billboard Top Country Albums - Ultimate Gospel- #31 Billboard Top Christian Albums - Ultimate Gospel - #13 Billboard Hot Dance Singles Sales - Rubberneckin- #15
Source: Elvis Charts / Updated: Apr 15, 2004 
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stevelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 21, 2004report abuse
Yes, I was referring to worldwide sales, but thank you both for the info on sales figures.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 16, 2004report abuse
Dismas in terms of record sales, it's not a matter of agreeing, it's a matter of fact. If everyone did the proper data collecting for Elvis record sales over the last 50 years, nobody, with the exception of the beatles would even approach Elvis.. THose are just the facts...
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 16, 2004report abuse
I thought Stevelvis was referring to U.S. sales, Gribz; maybe I misunderstood. Sorry. As to accumulated sales, the RIAA (once again, I'm just talking about the U.S.) only certifies specific, individual packages/compilations. If you could combine (and be certified for) the cumulative sales of the same tracks being replicated on collections like "Elvis' Golden Records," "World-wide Gold Award Hits," The Number One Hits" ('80s version), "The Top Ten Hits," budget-priced sets, record club collections, etc, etc, the multi-platinum numbers would surely be staggering! Regardless, I whole-heartedly agree with you -- Elvis is indeed the greatest recording artist of all time.
gribz (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 16, 2004report abuse
Who said, 10 million, for Elvis30's in the USA. It's around 10 million globally. However Dismas, if you were to consider 'Elvis Number 1's' that have been released just since his death, you are probably looking at 15 million, just in the USA.. Strategy and marketing methods were different years ago, but if you could get all the true figures, there's no doubt; Elvis is the greatest recording artist of all time, hands down...
dismas (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 16, 2004report abuse
Not even close to 10 million (in U.S. sales), Stevelvis. A disc need only sell in the thousands (not even tens of thousands) to continue to rank in the lower regions of Billboard's Top 200. I understand that "30 #1's" is still moving a couple thousand copies per week (including cd club and internet sales), and its total American sales are hovering around the 4-million mark.
stevelvis (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 16, 2004report abuse
how many cds is Elvis 30 #1 Hits selling per week, to remain on the top 200 list? for it to still be in the top 200, i think it has to have gone over the 10 million mark by now. anybody know?
bkdnyc2 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2004report abuse
hi everyone, Every week since rubberneckin has been released it has for the most part gone between number one and number ten on the billlboard hot dance singles sales . After months since its release it still stands at #15 this week. Can i get some feedback on why this song has gotten no airplay here in the states and why it did so poorly on the hot 100 or the dance charts??
James69 (profilecontact) wrote on Apr 15, 2004report abuse
Once again BMG missed the boat on a new release. With Easter coming and going, instead of climbing the charts with some promo from BMG, "Ultimate Gospel" seems to have peacked already on the charts. With the lead up to Easter this cd should have been a shoe in Top 20 on the country charts and it should have entered the Top 200 album charts. But no, it is already dropping. Shame on BMG.....

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