Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by Kaito, May 3, 2014.
ALBUM IN STUDIO
(1996) CURB: 300,000
(2000) THE STATE: 1,200,000
(2001) SILVER SIDE UP: 10,700,000
(2003) THE LONG ROAD: 5,600,000
(2005) ALL THE RIGHT REASONS: 11,300,000
(2008) DARK HORSE: 4,900,000
(2011) HERE AND NOW: 2,100,000
(2013) THE BEST OF, VOL.1: 300,000
I like what you're doing here.
Although I think this thread should be transferred over to Other Music and perhaps renamed.
Living Things was the best selling rock album of 2012 too, if I'm not mistaken. The bands sales are down dramatically, but they're still one of the biggest in the world right now.
Tomorrow: the sales of... FOO FIGHTERS!
Thank U so much
Proves that even 9/11 can't stop the commercial power of Nickelback!
Hey can you do the total sales for Coldplay and their albums?
that actually reflects on the decrease number of physical copies being sold in the market due to digital downloading/streaming in iTunes & other sites.
Wait, does that mean digital sales aren't counted? I'm confused.
I know. It sucks compared to the godly ''ATS"'. LPA mentality. Lol.
Just... just stop.
If that's so, it must have been one of the worst ideas ever to compare the sale of the albums.
The sales include digital download (legal, like iTunes), BUT not the illegal download.
ALBUM IN STUDIO
(1995) FOO FIGHTERS: 2,100,000
(1997) THE COLOUR AND THE SHAPE: 3,100,000
(1999) THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE: 3,100,000
(2002) ONE BY ONE: 2,700,000
(2005) IN YOUR HONOR: 3,300,000
(2007) ECHOES, SILENCE, PATIENCE & GRACE: 2,600,000
(2011) WASTING LIGHT: 2,600,000
LIVE & COMPILATION
(2006) SKIN AND BONES: 700,000
(2009) GREATEST HITS: 3,400,000
Wow, talk about average sales!
What if they say they're not like the others?
Wow In Your Honor is their best selling? Kind of surprising.
Dude, I love this thread.
Keep up the good work man!
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