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Old 31-07-2013, 10:38 PM   #976
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Some of those estimates seem low to me:

FRA 255 000
ITA 155 000
AUS 110 000
MEX 110 000
JPN 55 000
NOR 35 000
Thanks for your feedback!

Updated estimates:

FRA 250 000 - 255 000 (Actuals from Stade de France were released this week)

(151k Stade de France, 46-50k Nice, 17k Bercy, 14k Montpellier, 12k Strasbourg, 9k Nantes)

JPN 50 000 - 55 000 (One sellout at Saitama Arena could mean 25-30k attendance)

AUS 72 000 - 75 000

MEX 120 000 - 125 000

ITA 150 000 - 155 000 (Rome 61k, Torino 65k, two arena shows 25k)

FIN 35 000 - 40 000 (26k stadium, 12k arena)

NOR 30 000 - 35 000

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Old 31-07-2013, 10:44 PM   #977
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I think Rome and Turin got 135-140. Bologna and Pesaro 15k each.
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Old 31-07-2013, 10:44 PM   #978
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#28 Follow Me upward move from #31 last week at US Alternative radio according to Billboard.

Increased plays for the track were reported in Honolulu and Reno NV and a couple of stations in California.
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Old 31-07-2013, 10:51 PM   #979
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MEX 80 000 - 100 000 (If 1D can attract over 100k fans in Mexico City, so can Muse)
Mexico City will get 80 000 , Guadalaraja and Monterrey will get 30 000 so Mexico is 110 000
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Old 04-08-2013, 09:46 PM   #980
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The 2nd Law jumped to #8 from #45 on the official Finnish album chart following the stadium show.
http://www.ifpi.fi/tilastot/virallin...lbumit/2013/31
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Old 08-08-2013, 04:09 PM   #981
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The 2nd Law jumped to #8 from #45 on the official Finnish album chart following the stadium show.
http://www.ifpi.fi/tilastot/virallin...lbumit/2013/31
Similar to what happened in Suomi, T2L moved up to #3 on the latest official Norge album chart after the two shows in that country. http://acharts.us/norway_albums_top_40

Madness spends a 50th week on both the Billboard Rock Airplay (#18) and Rock Digital Songs (#39) charts in the US while Follow Me dips one position to #29 at Alternative. Several radio stations added the song to their playlists this week which should result in a small upward move on next week's chart.

Muse 18 Million Albums Sold Worldwide from 1999-2013 - Estimate

4.4 million sold in the UK (24.4%)
3.0 million sold in the US (16.7%)
2.9 million sold in France (16.0%)
7.7 million sold in the rest of the world (42.9%)

Rock bands conquer Europe on their latest tours and contribute to their economies (GDP)...

Bruce Springsteen + The E Street Band $110 million gross/One million-plus attendance/26 dates/Summer 2013

Depeche Mode $82 million gross/Over 1.1 million tickets sold/33 dates/Summer 2013

Muse $80 million-plus gross/Approx 1.1 million tickets sold/45 dates/Fall 2012 and Summer 2013

Bon Jovi $72 million gross/Over 700k tickets sold/22 dates/Summer 2013

The Rolling Stones $40 million-plus gross/Over 160k tickets sold/4 London dates/Dec 2012 and July 2013

http://www.businessinsider.com/why-r...touring-2013-7

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Old 11-08-2013, 06:41 PM   #982
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Similar to what happened in Suomi, T2L moved up to #3 on the latest official Norge album chart after the two shows in that country. http://acharts.us/norway_albums_top_40

Madness spends a 50th week on both the Billboard Rock Airplay (#18) and Rock Digital Songs (#39) charts in the US while Follow Me dips one position to #29 at Alternative. Several radio stations added the song to their playlists this week which should result in a small upward move on next week's chart.

Muse 18 Million Albums Sold Worldwide from 1999-2013 - Estimate

4.4 million sold in the UK (24.4%)
3.0 million sold in the US (16.7%)
2.9 million sold in France (16.0%)
7.7 million sold in the rest of the world (42.9%)

Rock bands conquer Europe on their latest tours...

Bruce Springsteen + The E Street Band $110 million gross/One million-plus attendance/26 dates/Summer 2013

Depeche Mode $82 million gross/Over 1.1 million tickets sold/33 dates/Summer 2013

Muse $80 million-plus gross/Approx 1.1 million tickets sold/45 dates/Fall 2012 and Summer 2013

Bon Jovi $72 million/Over 700k tickets sold/22 dates/Summer 2013

The Rolling Stones $40 million gross/Over 160k tickets sold/4 London dates/Dec 2012 and July 2013

http://www.businessinsider.com/why-r...touring-2013-7
It's funny how Depeche got a bit more money than Muse with less dates and same ammount of tickets sold. Probably cause of the ridiculously expensice merch
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Old 13-08-2013, 01:09 AM   #983
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It's funny how Depeche got a bit more money than Muse with less dates and same ammount of tickets sold. Probably cause of the ridiculously expensice merch
merch isn't count or is it?
I agree, merch was expensive!!
But i think it's because DM tickets are more expensive!
At least mine were way more expensive than my Muse tickets.
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Old 19-08-2013, 10:18 PM   #984
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World War Z passes the $500 million worldwide box office mark (Total gross $539M)

Source: http://boxofficemojo.com/alltime/wor...genum=2&p=.htm

Latest US Alternative airplay chart (Billboard):

#12 "Come A Little Closer" Cage the Elephant - Greatest Airplay Gainer at US Alternative radio and support band for Muse at the US 2nd leg gigs in September 2013

#24 "Follow Me" Muse - New Peak Position

Speaking of Madness, it spends its 52nd week on the Billboard Rock Airplay chart at #19.

Latest US Rock Digital Songs Chart (Nielsen Soundscan-Billboard):

41. Thunderstruck AC/DC
42. Hotel California Eagles
43. Madness Muse (53 weeks on the chart) - Sold over 6k copies last week and nearing 1.5 million sold cumulative to date
44. Rolling In The Deep Adele
45. Bohemian Rhapsody Queen

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Old 19-08-2013, 10:54 PM   #985
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US$130 Million Estimated Gross for "The 2nd Law/Unsustainable Tour" (2012-13) - Breakdown by Continent

Eurasia:

$84M - Europe (65%) - 49 dates including 15 stadium gigs
$6M - Asia (4.5%) - 7 dates including festivals in Japan, Korea, and Abu Dhabi

Americas:

$30M - North America (23%) - 53 dates in the USA, Canada and Mexico including 3 festival gigs
$2M - South America (1.5%) - 3 festivals in Brazil and Argentina - Performance fees earned

Australia/Oceania:

$8M - Australia (6%) - 6 dates

Artists whose current tours should gross more than $50 Million in 2013/14 (All figures are estimates):

Bon Jovi ($250M)
Taylor Swift ($150M) thru 2014
P!nk ($180M)
Beyonce ($200M) thru 2014
The Rolling Stones ($150M) - November 2012 thru March 2014
Depeche Mode ($140M) thru 2014
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band ($140M for 2013 dates only) - Total tour gross $350 million-plus
Muse ($131M) - Oct 2012 thru April 2014
Justin Bieber ($125M for 2013 dates only) - Total tour gross $180 million
One Direction ($350M) thru 2014 (includes 65 stadium dates in 2014 in Europe and the Americas)
Bruno Mars ($100M) thru 2014
Rihanna ($140M)
Robbie Williams ($100M)
Paul McCartney ($106 million)

Michael Buble
Fleetwood Mac
Roger Waters ($80M) - The Wall Live Tour total gross: $459M
JAY Z and Justin Timberlake ($70M)
Elton John
Maroon 5
Kenny Chesney ($90M)
Dave Matthews Band ($40M)
George Strait ($40M)

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Old 20-08-2013, 07:35 AM   #986
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World War Z passes the $500 million worldwide box office mark (Total gross $518M and counting)

Latest US Alternative airplay chart (Billboard):

17. "Come A Little Closer" Cage the Elephant - Greatest Gainer at US Alternative radio and support band for Muse at the US 2nd leg gigs in September 2013

25. "Follow Me" Muse - Peak Position (About 35 stations are playing it)

Speaking of Madness, it spends its 51st week on the Billboard Rock Airplay chart at #20.

Latest US Rock Digital Songs Chart (Nielsen Soundscan-Billboard):

41. Thunderstruck AC/DC
42. Hotel California Eagles
43. Madness Muse (51 weeks on the chart) - Sold over 5k copies last week and nearing 1.5 million cumulative to date
44. Rolling In The Deep Adele
45. Bohemian Rhapsody Queen
Maybe a second platinum for Madness!
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Old 27-08-2013, 09:01 PM   #987
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Best selling digital songs for Muse in the USA: 6 million-plus units sold (est.)

Uprising 2.2 million (Platinum)
Madness 1.5 million (Platinum)
Starlight 800k (Gold)
Neutron Star Collision (Love is Forever) 200k
Supermassive Black Hole 200k
Resistance 200k
Hysteria 200k
Undisclosed Desires 150k
Knights of Cydonia 100k
TIme is Running Out 100k
Survival 50k
Panic Station 40k
Supremacy 30k
Follow Me 20k
Other songs in the Muse repertoire 200k

Note: If anyone has better figures, please post.

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Old 27-08-2013, 09:06 PM   #988
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Ranking of artists who will or already have sold 50 000-plus tickets at one venue in calendar year 2013:

1. Robbie Williams 263 000 Wembley Stadium London ENG 4 sellouts
2. P!nk 235 000 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne AUS 18 shows
3. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 164 000 Friends Arena Solna SWE 3 sellouts
4. One Direction 157 000 O2 Arena London ENG 11 shows
5. Michael Buble 156 000 O2 Arena London ENG 10 sellouts
6. Muse 151 000 Stade de France Paris FRA 2 sellouts
7. Paul McCartney 147 000 Tokyo Dome Tokyo JPN 3 sellouts
8. Vasco Rossi 144 000 Stadio Olimpico Turin ITA 4 shows
9. Luis Miguel 141 000 Auditorio Nacional Mexico City MEX 16 shows
10. Robbie Williams 125,000 Etihad Stadium Manchester, UK 4 shows

Taylor Swift 111 000 Gillette Stadium Foxborough MA USA 2 shows
Kenny Chesney 109 000 Gillette Stadium Foxborough MA USA 2 shows
One Direction 107 000 Foro Sol Mexico City MEX 2 shows
Taylor Swift 101 000 Lincoln Financial Field Philadelphia PA USA 2 shows
Muse 100 000 Emirates Stadium London ENG 2 shows*
P!nk 98 000 Brisbane Entertainment Centre AUS 8 shows
Justin Bieber 98 000 Foro Sol Mexico City MEX 2 shows
Beyonce 97 000 O2 Arena London ENG 6 shows
Bon Jovi 96 000 MetLife Stadium, E. Rutherford, NJ USA 2 shows
Rihanna 96 000 Twickenham Stadium, London ENG 2 shows
Muse 96 000 Palacio de los Deportes Mexico City MEX 4 shows
P!nk 95 000 Sydney Entertainment Centre AUS 8 shows
One Direction 94 000 Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne AUS 8 shows
JAY Z and Justin Timberlake 89 000 Yankee Stadium New York City NY USA 2 shows
Taylor Swift 88 000 Rogers Centre Toronto CAN 2 shows
Depeche Mode 87 000 Esprit Arena Dusseldorf GER 2 sellouts
Foo Fighters 81 000 Foro Sol, Mexico City MEX 2 shows
One Direction 80 000 Allphones Arena Sydney AUS 6 shows
Bon Jovi 80 000 Etihad Stadium Melbourne AUS 2 shows*
George Strait 80 000 Reliant Center Houston TX USA 2 sellouts
Killers 78 000 Wembley Stadium London ENG 1 sellout*
Bon Jovi 78 000 ANZ Stadium Sydney AUS 1 show*
Rihanna 76 000 Stade de France Paris FRA 1 sellout
Eminem 72 000 Stade de France Paris FRA 1 show
Paul McCartney 71 000 Kyocera Dome Osaka JPN 2 shows
One Direction 71 000 Manchester Arena Manchester ENG 4 sellouts
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 70 000 Wembley Stadium London ENG 1 sellout
Beyonce 70 000 Barclays Center New York City USA 5 shows
Roger Waters 69 000 Stade de France Paris FRA 1 sellout
P!nk 69 000 O2 Arena London ENG 4 shows
Phish 69,000 Dick's Sporting Goods Park, Commerce, CO USA
P!nk 68 000 Allphones Arena Sydney AUS 4 shows
JAY Z and Justin Timberlake 68 000 Fenway Park, Boston MA USA 2 shows
Black Sabbath 68 000 Campo de Marte Sao Paulo BRA 1 show
Phish 67,000 FirstMerit Bank Pavilion, Chicago, IL USA
Rihanna 67 000 FNB Stadium, Johannesburg RSA 1 sellout
Phish 67,000 Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Saratoga, NY USA
Depeche Mode 67 000 Stade de France Paris FRA 1 sellout
Depeche Mode 66 000 Olympiastadion Berlin GER 1 sellout
Muse 65 000 Stadio Olimpico Turin ITA 2 shows
Bon Jovi 65 000 FNB Stadium Johannesburg, RSA 1 sellout
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 65 000 Goffertpark Nijmegen NED 1 sellout
Bon Jovi 64 000 Olympiastadion Munich GER 1 sellout
Robbie Williams 64 000 Tallinn Song Festival Grounds EST 1 sellout
Depeche Mode 63 000 Olympiastadion Munich GER 1 sellout
Bon Jovi 63 000 Estadio do Morumbi, Sao Paulo BRA 1 show
JAY Z and Justin Timberlake 63 000 Rose Bowl Pasadena CA USA 1 show
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 62 000 Stade de France Paris FRA 1 sellout
Mickey Flanagan 62 000 O2 Arena London UK 4 shows
Muse 61 000 Stadio Olimpico Rome ITA 1 sellout
Black Sabbath 61 000 Foro Sol Mexico City MEX 1 sellout
Green Day 60,000 Emirates Stadium, London ENG 1 sellout*
Rihanna 60 000 Millennium Stadium Cardiff WAL 1 show
Mumford & Sons 60 000 Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park London ENG 1 show*
P!nk 59 000 Perth Arena Perth AUS 4 shows
Andre Rieu 59 000 Vrijthof Maastricht NED 8 shows
Roger Waters 58 000 Wembley Stadium London ENG 1 show
Elton John 58 000 The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, NV USA 14 shows
Justin Bieber 58 000 O2 Arena London ENG 4 shows
Depeche Mode 58 000 Stadio San Siro Milan ITA 1 sellout
Beyonce 57 000 Allphones Arena Sydney AUS 4 shows
JAY Z 57 000 O2 Arena London UK 4 shows
One Direction 57 000 Staples Center Los Angeles CA USA 4 shows
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 57 000 Stadio San Siro Milan ITA 1 sellout
Iron Maiden 57 000 Estadio Nacional Santiago CHI 1 show
Depeche Mode 56 000 Stadio Olimpico Rome ITA 1 sellout
Taylor Swift 56 000 Heinz Field Pittsburgh PA USA 1 sellout
Taylor Swift 56 000 Staples Center Los Angeles CA USA 4 shows
The Killers 56 000 Foro Sol Mexico City MEX 1 sellout
Rihanna 56 000 Manchester Arena Manchester ENG 4 shows
Robbie Williams 55 000 Hampden Park Glasgow SCO 2 shows
Jay Z and Justin Timberlake 55 000 Candlestick Park, San Francisco CA USA
Kenny Chesney 55 000 MetLife Stadium, E. Rutherford, NJ USA 1 sellout
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band 54 000 Nowlan Park, Kilkenny IRL 1 sellout
Robbie Williams 55 000 Olympiastadion Munich GER 1 show*
Rihanna 54 000 Stadium of Light Sunderland ENG 1 show
Taylor Swift 53 000 Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, TX USA 1 sellout
Taylor Swift 53 000 MetLife Stadium, E. Rutherford, NJ USA 1 sellout
Kenny Chesney 53 000 Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA USA 1 sellout
Kenny Chesney 53 000 Heinz Field, Pittsburgh, PA USA 1 sellout
Bon Jovi 52 000 Stadio San Siro Milan ITA 1 sellout
Roger Waters 51 000 Stadio Olimpico Rome ITA 1 sellout
Bon Jovi 51 000 Trabrennbahn Krieau, Vienna AUT 1 sellout
Taylor Swift 51 000 Soldier Field, Chicago, IL USA 1 sellout
Kenny Chesney 51 000 Soldier Field, Chicago, IL USA 1 sellout
Iron Maiden 51 000 Estadio River Plate, Buenos Aires ARG 1 show
Rihanna 51 000 Yarkon Park, Tel Aviv ISR 1 show
Muse 50 000 Stade Charles-Ehrmann Stadium Nice FRA 1 sellout*
Robbie Williams 50 000 Stadio San Siro, Milan ITA 1 sellout*
Kenny Chesney 50 000 Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, CO USA 1 sellout
Iron Maiden 50 000 Foro Sol, Mexico City MEX 1 show

Beyonce 47 000 Rod Laver Arena Melbourne AUS 4 shows
P!nk 39 000 Adelaide Entertainment Centre AUS 4 shows

*Unofficial estimates since boxscore actual attendance figures have not yet been released to Billboard.

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#22 Follow Me (New peak position at US Alternative radio) - 40 stations are playing it

#50 Madness (54 consecutive weeks on the US Rock Digital Songs chart)

Songs certified Silver (200 000 copies sold in the UK) by the BPI:

Feeling Good
Supermassive Black Hole
Starlight
Uprising

Also, BPI has now certified The Resistance, Origin of Symmetry and Absolution 2x Platinum (600 000 copies sold), Black Holes and Revelations 3x Platinum (900 000 copies sold), Showbiz and The 2nd Law both Platinum (300 000 copies sold), and Hullabaloo and HAARP both Gold (100 000 copies sold).

It appears ARIA in Australia has not yet certified The 2nd Law. The upcoming Aussie tour could help the album get at least Gold certification in that country, a status attained by Showbiz. All other Muse albums have been certified Platinum Down Under.

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Ranking of artists who will or already have sold 55 000-plus tickets at one venue in calendar year 2013:
Also Mumford & Sons and The Stone Roses did well in London this year.

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