THE SALES OF LINKIN PARK (and other Band)

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  1. Mr. Awesome

    Mr. Awesome Well-Known Member

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    LB's first three albums are good. After that they pretty much became just a memory. *Coughs* Guns N' Roses *Coughs*
     
  2. Mr. Awesome

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    This week THP sold about 6,880 copies in the States and the total is 221,286.
     
  3. Reed To Black

    Reed To Black Prog, bro.

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    It's nice and steady. I like that.
     
  4. Kaito

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    THE HUNTING PARTY SALES

    - WEEK 10: 27,000 copies WW (6,880 in the USA)
    Global chart album #18

    TOTAL: 724,000 copies WW (updated to August 26)
     
  5. Kaito

    Kaito Well-Known Member

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    30 SECONDS TO MARS

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    ALBUM IN STUDIO

    2002 – 30 Seconds to Mars: 800,000

    2005 – A Beautiful Lie: 2,000,000

    2009 – This Is War: 1,500,000

    2013 - Love Lust Faith + Dreams: 600,000



    TOTAL: 4,900,000
     
  6. Kaito

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    KORN
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    ALBUM IN STUDIO

    1994 - Korn: 3,100,000

    1996 - Life Is Peachy: 3,000,000

    1998 - Follow the Leader: 7,800,000

    1999 - Issues: 5,100,000

    2002 - Untouchables: 3,100,000

    2003 - Take a Look in the Mirror: 2,000,000

    2005 - See You on the Other Side: 2,200,000

    2007 - Untitled: 900,000

    2010 - Korn III: Remember Who You Are: 500,000

    2011 - The Path of Totality: 400,000

    2013 - The Paradigm Shift: 300,000



    LIVE & COMPILATION

    2004 - Greatest Hits, Vol. 1: 2,100,000

    2007 - MTV Unplugged: 400,000

    Sales of additional minor relases: 100,000



    TOTAL: 31,000,000
     
  7. Filip

    Filip god break down the door LPA Contributor

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    WHAHAHAHAHAHHA 30STM. :rofl:

    You'd expect them to be multi platinum with every album, obviously not...
     
  8. Blackee Dammet

    Blackee Dammet Feminism Is My God Now

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    Is that worldwide or US for Korn? If that's just the US they're hanging in there way better than I thought.

    I actually didn't think 30STM were selling that many copies, tbh. In the US at least they're not exactly an A-tier band, they're popular but I don't think they've ever had any huge success outside of The Kill and From Yesterday.
     
  9. brady

    brady I am the LPA LPA Super Member

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    Closer To The Edge was probably their most successful single. I still hear it on the radio today (I actually just heard it Friday).
     
  10. Michele

    Michele Praise Brad Delson, our Lord and Savior. LPA Addict

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    ANd such a band headlined Rock Am RIng :lol:

    Seriously , dont thought that they sell SO few copies.
     
  11. Mr. Awesome

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    See You On The Other Side sold more than Take A Look In The Mirror. Not bad for an album without Head.
     
  12. Blackee Dammet

    Blackee Dammet Feminism Is My God Now

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    See You On The Other Side seems to have been retroactively regarded as crap, I remember when it first came out it was as popular as I had seen the band in years in terms of mainstream attention. The reviews were really positive, too.
     
  13. Serox

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    Thanks OP for doing some of my bands! You rock.

    Btw, LP & Coldplay are my #1 & #2 bands & someone here said "Ghost Stories" is better than "THP". Never! I have 'em both & listen to them all the time. THP pumps you up more! Love ALL the songs, like usually in any LP album. GS is more relaxing & can make you fall asleep lol but I still love like 5-6 songs in there.
     
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  14. Kaito

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    KINGS OF LEON
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    ALBUM IN STUDIO

    (2003) YOUTH AND YOUNG MANHOOD: 2,000,000

    (2004) AHA SHAKE HEARTBREAK: 2,100,000

    (2007) BECAUSE OF THE TIMES: 2,200,000

    (2008) ONLY BY THE NIGHT: 7,200,000

    (2010) COME AROUND SUNDOWN: 2,700,000

    (2013) MECHANICAL BULL: 1,200,000



    COMPILATION

    (2009) BOXED: 200,000


    TOTAL: 17,600,000
     
  15. The Joesen One

    The Joesen One Fun-employed LPA Super Member

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    "Kings and Queens" was HUGE everywhere. It's their most well known song around the world. I couldn't count how many trailers used that song.
     
  16. TEGCRocco

    TEGCRocco The LPL Invader

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    Any chance you could do Paramore?
     
  17. Kaito

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    BLINK 182
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    ALBUM IN STUDIO

    (1994) CHESHIRE CAT: 300,000

    (1997) DUDE RANCH: 1,700,000

    (1999) ENEMA OF THE STATE: 8,500,000

    (2001) TAKE OFF YOUR PANTS AND JACKET: 4,600,000

    (2003) BLINK 182: 2,700,000

    (2011) NEIGHBORHOODS: 800,000



    LIVE & COMPILATION:

    (2000) THE MARK, TOM, AND TRAVIS SHOW: 1,000,000

    (2005) GREATEST HITS: 1,200,000


    TOTAL: 20,800,000
     
  18. Kaito

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    Next are Paramore, Avenged Sevenfold and Black Keys
     
  19. Aden

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    A few things:

    Wow, 30STM is really low. That's pretty funny. And IMO The Kill is their biggest hit. Good song too.

    Korn's higher then I thought. They really only started to teeter off at around Untitled, thought it would be before that.

    Wow, surprised KOL's early stuff is so high. I thought they only got famous when Sex on Fire and Use Somebody did. Also wow, their new album flopped.

    Blink 182 is about where I imagined, though I thought their greatest hits might have been a bit bigger.
     
  20. Michele

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    Can you do something for Rise Against after the next ones? :)
     

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