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Old 17-05-2013, 03:21 PM   #901
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"Chart history stats for Muse"


I may be getting you wrong though.

was backstreet boys not the former band of matt bellamy ??

he was the black haired bad boy who made problems
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Old 19-05-2013, 12:58 AM   #902
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Box Office Chart Numbers

British rock bands who have recently sold 40,000-60,000 tickets in the Los Angeles metro market:

Muse (January 2013) - Staples Center - 3 shows - 44,000 attendance - $2.6 million gross

Muse (Sept 2010) - Staples Center & Honda Center - 3 shows - 46,000 attendance (est) - $2.4 million gross (est)

Rolling Stones (May 2013) - Staples Center & Honda Center - 4 shows - 50,000 to 60,000 attendance (est) - $15 to 20 million gross (est.) - The top ticket price in the lower bowl went for $600.

Coldplay (May 2012) - Hollywood Bowl - 3 shows - 49,000+ attendance - $4.1 million gross

Depeche Mode (Sept/Oct 2013) - Staples Center & Santa Barbara Bowl - 4 shows - 50,000 attendance (est) - $4 to 5 million gross (est)

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Old 19-05-2013, 01:36 AM   #903
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Sales marks reached in the month of May:

T2L has sold 410,000 albums in the USA, 380,000 in France, 310,000 in the UK and 62,000 in Canada while Madness has sold over 1,350,000 downloads in the USA

The Top 10 testing 18-34 (Age Demographic) records in Modern Rock radio according to HITS and Rate the Music.com:

1. Imagine Dragons/Radioactive

2. Imagine Dragons/Demons

3. Of Monsters And Men/Mountain Sound

4. Lumineers/Stubborn Love

5. Fitz & The Tantrums/Out Of My League

6. Muse/Panic Station

7. Capital Cities/Safe And Sound

8. Neighbourhood/Sweater Weather

9. Muse/Madness

10. Thirty Seconds To Mars/Up In The Air

Latest Rock Digital Songs chart positions according to Nielsen SoundScan/Billboard:

10. Madness - 34k (est) sold last week - down from last week's 42k

34. Up in the Air - Thirty Second to Mars

35. Starlight - 5 to 7k sold last week (est) boosted by the cover version performance on American network television show The Voice - This is only its third week on the chart.

36. Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

Uprising sold a few units less than Starlight (3-4k) while Panic Station sold around 1-2k followed by SMBH.

The last time Starlight appeared on the three year old Rock Digital Songs chart was back in July 2011 when the song debuted on the tally probably because of its use in the movie trailer for Crazy Stupid Love (see below). It peaked at #22.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eK68Y3oMEk8

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Old 19-05-2013, 07:05 AM   #904
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T2L has sold 400,000 in the USA, 375,000 in France, and 60,000 in Canada while Madness has sold 1,300,000 downloads in the USA
So can we say that by the end of this year,T2L will go gold in the USA,diamond in France and platinum in Canada while Madness will go 2*platinum in the USA?
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Old 19-05-2013, 02:38 PM   #905
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So can we say that by the end of this year,T2L will go gold in the USA,diamond in France and platinum in Canada while Madness will go 2*platinum in the USA?

2nd law 500,000 eligible for gold is very likely

Madness 2 milion is unlikely i mean 700,000 to 2 million is difficult
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Old 21-05-2013, 08:12 AM   #906
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good news for us MUSERS

imagine dragions reign of 12 weeks ended yesterday

according to MediaBase

Panic station still at # 4

it has healthy audience impressions of 8,000,000


plus it s likely that it will climb higher the next weeks, as the competition is not so hard

safe and sound by Capital cities, which is # 3 on alternative songs, is not a typical alternative song and many stations like kroq dont support it so much as it sounds too cheesy and poppy
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Old 21-05-2013, 09:16 PM   #907
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good news for us MUSERS

imagine dragions reign of 12 weeks ended yesterday

according to MediaBase

Panic station still at # 4

it has healthy audience impressions of 8,000,000


plus it s likely that it will climb higher the next weeks, as the competition is not so hard

safe and sound by Capital cities, which is # 3 on alternative songs, is not a typical alternative song and many stations like kroq dont support it so much as it sounds too cheesy and poppy
Two large market alt-rock stations in LA and Dallas could increase spins for Panic Station in the coming weeks. Not saying it will happen but who knows...

Billboard and Mediabase agree once again - Sweater Weather is indeed the #1 most played song at Alternative radio in the US replacing Radioactive.

Germans must love cheesy and poppy. I think Safe and Sound hit #1 there two weeks ago.

Madness is now recurrent at all US radio formats except Alternative. The track will be removed from the chart when it drops below #10 at Mediabase and below #15 at Billboard. It has sold 800 000 copies in the US during calendar year 2013 but weekly sales will drop substantially now that the first leg of the Muse US tour has concluded.
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Old 21-05-2013, 09:50 PM   #908
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I think Muse are the biggest band in France now
Muse Box Office Concert Attendance for TR and T2L tours:

300 000 (75 000 x 4) Estimation (Stade de France - June 2010 and June 2013)

U2 Box Office Concert Attendance for 360 Tour:

283 000 Actual for 3 shows (Stade de France - July 2009 and September 2010)

However U2 will have a greater gross for their shows (USD 31 million) compared to the estimated total for Muse (300 000 x USD 70) because of a higher ticket price averaging just over $100.
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Old 21-05-2013, 10:27 PM   #909
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T2L stadium tour is about to commence...

Reported box office numbers for the first two sold out Muse gigs at Wembley in June 2007:

Attendance: 134 000+
Gross: USD 10 million

Comparable stats were likely generated for the two sold out Muse gigs at Wembley in September 2010.

Below are the actual attendance and gross for several Coldplay's MX tour stadium gigs last year in the UK and continental Europe. Muse will likely generate smaller numbers because the average ticket price for Coldplay is just over $80 and Muse are playing fewer shows at some of the same venues.

Ricoh Arena Coventry 40,498 $3,483,080
Emirates Stadium (3) London 173,596 $14,421,500
Etihad Stadium (2) Manchester 113,256 $9,081,600

Estádio do Dragão Porto 52,457 $4,467,650

Stade Charles-Ehrmann Nice 43,364 $2,812,670
Stade de France Paris 77,813 $6,360,020

Stadio Olimpico di Torino Turin 39,778 $2,637,910

Source: Billboard Boxscore
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Stadio Olimpico di Torino Turin 39,778 $2,637,910
I assume this is the first night, right? Don't you have Rome?
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Old 22-05-2013, 01:09 PM   #911
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Germans must love cheesy and poppy. I think Safe and Sound hit #1 there two weeks ago.


brother you are right but you dont mention that the song was used for a VODAFONE commercial, which is played at least 60 times on important tv channels each day

2 years ago they used WE ARE THE PEOPLE by Empire of the sun, and the song spent 8 weeks at # 1


VODAFONE is a safe one hit wonder maker
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Old 23-05-2013, 12:57 PM   #912
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T2L stadium tour is about to commence...

Reported box office numbers for the first two sold out Muse gigs at Wembley in June 2007:

Attendance: 134 000+
Gross: USD 10 million

Comparable stats were likely generated for the two sold out Muse gigs at Wembley in September 2010.

Below are the actual attendance and gross for several Coldplay's MX tour stadium gigs last year in the UK and continental Europe. Muse will likely generate smaller numbers because the average ticket price for Coldplay is just over $80 and Muse are playing fewer shows at some of the same venues.

Ricoh Arena Coventry 40,498 $3,483,080
Emirates Stadium (3) London 173,596 $14,421,500
Etihad Stadium (2) Manchester 113,256 $9,081,600

Estádio do Dragão Porto 52,457 $4,467,650

Stade Charles-Ehrmann Nice 43,364 $2,812,670
Stade de France Paris 77,813 $6,360,020

Stadio Olimpico di Torino Turin 39,778 $2,637,910

Source: Billboard Boxscore

you as my hero for numbers+ sales and statistical theoretical things

can you assume how many they have earned from that tour ?

i mean at wembley 10 million$ awesome
but how many went to the dirty pockets of mr bellamy ?
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Old 24-05-2013, 05:25 AM   #913
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you as my hero for numbers+ sales and statistical theoretical things

can you assume how many they have earned from that tour ?

i mean at wembley 10 million$ awesome
Hypothetical Tour Grosses:

40 million (USD) - BH&R Tour including just under £7 million gross ticket sales from the two Wembley shows

120 million (USD) - The Resistance Tour including stadiums, festivals and U2 support

100 million (USD) - The 2nd Law Tour including stadiums and festivals - More dates may be added

Gross ticket sales revenue less costs and expenses below and taxes due on adjusted income:

Booking agent fees (10%-15%)

Tour costs including promoter and venue fees, stage construction, setup, crew, transport, food and lodging, legal and insurance, the tour manager, support bands and of course Morgan N, Tom K, and Charles the robot

Management fees (15%-20%)

HM Revenue & Customs (40p to 50p marginal tax rate for higher earners) and taxes due in other countries which can be credited against what is owed in the UK

For each £50 ticket sold, the band may theoretically pocket an estimated £6 to £9 after taxes. Margins are usually greater on merchandise sales and smaller on album sales and song licensing royalties. Margins on digital singles sales and on-demand audio and video streaming are minuscule.

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Old 25-05-2013, 08:45 PM   #914
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Hypothetical Tour Grosses:

40 million (USD) - BH&R Tour including £7 million gross ticket sales from the two Wembley shows

120 million (USD) - The Resistance Tour including stadiums, festivals and U2 support

100 million (USD) - The 2nd Law Tour including stadiums and festivals - More dates may be added

Gross ticket sales revenue less costs and expenses below and taxes due on net adjusted income:

Promoters and booking agent fees

Tour costs including stage construction, setup, crew, transportation, food and lodging, the tour manager, and of course Morgan N, Tom K, and Charles the robot

Management fees

HM Revenue & Customs (40 to 50p tax rate for higher earners) and taxes due in other countries which can be credited against what is owed in the UK

For each £50 ticket sold, the band may theoretically pocket an estimated £6 after taxes. Margins are usually greater on merchandise sales and smaller on album sales and song licensing royalties. Margins on digital singles sales and on-demand audio and video streaming are tiny.

wow thats awesome 6 pound each ticket after taxes !
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according to mediabase PANIC STATION falls from 4 to # 5 this week

airplay and spins for the song decreased minimal , but i think that was it,
it peaked at # 2

competitiion is too hard
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