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Started by Barcrest, October 16, 2009, 08:42:29 AM

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Barcrest

I will need to update the V6 release to include any additions you have posted.
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andowhy

#16
Barry,

UK and AUS charts are up to date as of last week, Ive had a few issues with the Billboard site but will have a look now.  There is a new chart I have started working on - the Global Chart List, pretty good concept, Ive done the last 5 years or so, but having a few troubles finding a good thumbnail.  

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Darren

Looks like its working now, Ill update the july/aug charts now.

July/August Update is now live.  All good to go.

Barcrest

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wwwombat

How come the US Hot 100 September chart (11.txt) for 1991 has 11 entries?

Can someone (hopefully the chart author) refresh my memory (or point me to a post that explains it) how the monthly entries are derived/from where is the data sourced?

andowhy

Hmm... will check that when I get home.  I have the Sep charts ready to go, will upload them when I get home tonight.

I take the charts from the second chart week of each month and use the offical chart sites.

US Hot 100 - billboard.com
AUS - aria.com.au
UK - officialcharts.com
Global - mediatraffic.de

wwwombat

#20
Your USA Sep 2010 (current) top 10 has Katy Perry featuring Snoop Dogg : California Girls in both slots 2 and 7.

Unfortunately most of the sites you presumably get the details from (in this case billboard.com? are blocked for me here at work so I can't check what it should be)

And the UK one for the same month has an extra quote/comma in it that should be removed.

"Katy Perry","Teenage Dream",",new.gif


*** UPDATE ***

After checking on the weekend it appears that song#2 on the September 2010 USA Charts should be "Katy Perry","Teenage Dream",new.gif

andowhy


Barcrest

Excellnt, thanks for the hard work on those dude.
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Barcrest

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Barcrest

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wwwombat

Quote from: Novalak on January 05, 2010, 12:23:42 AM
andowhy, do you want the australian charts ealier then what you have...i have done them from 1953

To Novalak... the ARIA charts only started being published in 1989 as far as I know. Does this mean you have charts that precede this, maybe from "Countdown" or a conjoined list from each state's major (at that stage AM) radio station i.e. 5AD etc.?

If so I'd love to see these... I'm using the charts to build the uber-single jukebox and it's interesting to note how little (maybe 50%) of crossover there is between the USA/UK/AUS charts... so I suspect, even though I've had a damn good crack at it, that maybe I've missed a few great Aussie artists/songs or even a few "global" artists in the earlier years that only charted in Oz (John (ny Cougar) Mellencamp had his first chart hits of "Miami" and ""I Need a Lover" in Oz and most yanks still think "Whatever happened to Midnight Oil" and think of them as a one-hit wonder and would be surprised to see the lead singer as a politician now).