'Am I Wrong' by Nico & Vinz spent only one week on the throne of the Global Track Chart and slides currently at no.3 after a 15% points decline to 242.000. Also 'Rude' by Magic! lost 3% in points to 260.000, but that's enough for a return to top position. It's the third non-consecutive week at the summit for that song. The 20 year-old Meghan Trainor is the shooting-star of the season. Her debut smash 'All About That Bass' reached with a record pace the vice-position of the Global Chart (up 21% to 244.000 points). Thematically in the near of Christina Aguilera's 'Beautiful' and musically in the near of Duffy and her blue-eyed soul, 'All About That Bass' will be surely one of the biggest hits in the last third of this year. Pharrell Williams' 'Happy', this week at no.18, reached a total of 13.025.000 points after 36 weeks on the tally. It's enough to overtake 'Gangsta's Paradise' by Coolio feat. L.V. on the ALL TIME CHART. So 'Happy' climbs now at no.9 and next week it will be overtake 'I Gotta Feeling' by the Black Eyed Peas, the biggest hit of the 21st century so far! Back to this week's hitlist, Japanese seven-member boy band Kis-My-Ft2 brings the highest debut, 'Another Future' lands at no.15 with 141.000 points. Outside the Top 40 waiting among other Winner's 'Coloring' at no.41, Kana Nishino's 'Darling' at no.43, Dierks Bentley's Drunk On A Plane' at no.57 and Lady Antebellum's 'Bartender' at no.59 and  for their first appearance on the big list. 



16 months after the release in its native country, 'Am I Wrong' by the Norwegian duo Nico & Vinz tops finally the Global Track Chart. Driven by the massive first-week sales from United Kingdom, the tune jumps from no.3 to no.1 on the current hitlist and grows up 29% in points to 285.000. It's the first global no.1 by a Norwegian act since A-ha's 'Take On Me' topped the list for six weeks nearly 29 years ago, in the autumn 1985. 'Am I Wrong' ends the two-week reign of 'Rude' by Magic!, which ranks now at no.2 and shrinks a minor 1% in points to 268.000 points. Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' slides one place at no.3 (down 3% to 248.000 points). 20 year-old singer-songwriter, musician and producer Maghan Trainor from Massachusetts is the big new star! Her smash 'All About That Bass' runs with giant steps straight to the top. This week it shoots from no.12 to no.4 after a 35% points boost to 201.000. Rounds out the top five is Maroon 5's 'Maps' with 197.000 points. 'Eight Ranger' is a Japanese film from 2012, starring the members of the boy group Kanjani 8. The follow-up, 'Eight Ranger 2', was released last month. A song from this movie, simply titled as 'ER2', is this week's highest new entry on the global chart at no.18 with 136.000 points. It jumps also atop the Oricon Chart after massive 208.000 singles sales. Also new are 'Anaconda' by Nicki Minaj at no.21 with 116.000 points and 'Body Language' by San E feat. Bumkey at no.34 with 83.000 points. Outside the Top 40 waiting among other Becky G's 'Shower' at no.43, Lady Antebellum's 'Bartender' at no.50 and Dierks Bentley's Drunk On A Plane' at no.53 for their first appearance on the big list.



After the sensational success of the 'Frozen' score, it seems we have another big soundtrack this year. In its second week on the tally 'Guardians Of The Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol.1' shoots from no.7 to no.1 on the Global Album Chart with healthy 144.000 copies sold. It's the only album this week with more than 100.000 sales. 'Guardians' jumps also at no.1 in the USA and Canada, at no.2 on the British compilation list and at no.7 in Australia. This week's highest debut comes from the new seven-member J-pop boy group Johnny West. Their first album 'Go West, Yoi Don!' bows at no.1 Japan and at no.4 globally with 83.000 initial sales, according to Oricon. Last week's two big new-entries by the rock veterans Eric Clapton and Tom Petty falling very different. The latter throws down from no.1 to no.10 with his 'Hypnotic Eye' after a 69% sales loss to 56.000. Eric Clapton's 'The Breeze: An Appreciation Of JJ Cale' loses only one slot at no.3 and only 38% in sales to 84.000. Ed Sheeran's 'X' climbs back at the vice position, despite a 2% sales decrease to 91.000 copies, a total of 1,32 million after seven weeks on the tally. The 'Frozen' soundtrack holds tight at no.5 with another 75.000 sales, a 13% decline compared to the previous week and a total of 5,79 million after 37 weeks on the hitlist. Other notable debuts this week come from American hard rock band Godsmack with their new effort '1000 HP' (no.7 / 63.000 sales), American alternative band Spoon with 'They Want My Soul' (no.12 / 42.000 sales), and Australian brother-sister folk-blues group Angus & Julia Stone with their self-titled album (no.15 / 32.000 sales). Some additional sales stats: 'Love in The Future' by John Legend sold 16.000 copies last week and reaches a total of 1,04 million so far, 'Turn Blue' by The Black Keys sold 12.000 units last week, 720.000 so far, 'Midnight Memories' by One Direction sold 15.000 units last week and has a total of 4,08 million units so far, Shakira's self-titled album sold 672.000 copies so far, 'Yours Truly' by Ariana Grande 650.000 and 'Britney Jean' by Britney Spears 570.000.



Canadian pop / reggae band Magic! defends it reign atop the Global Track Chart. 'Rude' loses 4% in points to 270.000, a total of 2.119.000 points after 12 weeks on the tally. As in the past weeks, the distance to the competition is very small. On this weeks hitlist Sam Smith's 'Stay With Me' remains at no.2 with 255.000 points and Nico & Vinz' 'Am I Wrong' climbs back at no.3 with 220.000 points. Close behind with 218.000 points debuts this week's highest new-entry at no.4. 'Bukiyô Taiyô' is the tenth Global Top 10 success for the Japanese girlie idol group SKE 48. Their first, 'Pareo Wa Emerald' started only three years ago in the week 32, 2011. A lady-supergroup, consisting of Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj, brings the second highest debut on the topical hitlist. 'Bang Bang' arrives at no.6 with 212.000 points. Ariana Grande has now two Top 10 hits at the same time, the other, 'Problem', sails at no.5 with 218.000 points. 'It Was Always You', the second lift-off from Maroon 5's upcoming new album, starts at no.24 with 104.000 points. Simultaneously the first single, 'Maps' climbs back at no.7 with 202.000 points. 10 years ago Maroon 5's debut smash 'This Love' ruled the Global Chart for a whopping ten weeks and was the biggest hit in that year. Outside the Top 40 waiting among other Becky G's 'Shower' at no.41, Momoiro Clover Z' 'Moon Pride' at no.48 and Dierks Bentley's Drunk On A Plane' at no.56 for their first appearance on the big list.



Old heroes atop the Global Album Chart this week: Eric Clapton and Tom Petty! The latter, jumps at no.1 with his new set 'Hypnotic Eye'. It's the first no.1 smash in the USA and globally for the 63 year-old American musician and multi-instrumentalist. His first chart-entry was nearly 37 years ago with the self-titled album and the single 'Breakdown'. 'Hypnotic Eye' sold a total of 177.000 copies last week, 131.000 of it in the USA, 12.000 in Canada, around 10.000 in Germany and 8.000 in United Kingdom. Guitar hero Eric Clapton lands shy behind Tom Petty at no.2 with his new album 'The Breeze: An Appreciation Of JJ Cale'. Clapton has one of the biggest long-time careers in the music history. His first chart-entry was 50 years ago, as a member of the Yardbirds. Their second single release 'Good Morning Little Schoolgirl' reached no.44 in United Kingdom in 1964. One year later they had a big international smash with 'For Your Love', it peaked at no.8 on the Global Chart in the week 26, 1965. And exactly 40 years ago one of Eric's biggest hits, an adaption of Bob Marley's 'I Shot The Sheriff', debuted in the Global Top 10. His topical album sold 136.000 copies in its initial week, 61.000 of it in the USA, around 15.000 in Germany and 14.000 in United Kingdom. Last week's chart-leader, the self-titled debut of the Australian teenie band 5 Seconds Of Summer, slides down at no.3, after a massive 70% sales drop to 95.000 copies. Ed Sheeran's 'X' falls at no.4 with 93.000 units (down 7%) and rounds out the top five is the soundtrack to 'Frozen' (down 4%). Some additional sales stats: '21' by Adele sold 7.000 copies last week and reaches a total of massive 26,51 million so far, Beyoncé's self -titled album sold 8.000 units last week, 3,39 million so far, 'True' by Avicii sold 17.000 units last week and has a total of 1,82 million units so far, 'Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse' by Mariah Carey sold 220.000 copies so far, 'Bangerz' by Miley Cyrus 1,86 million and 'Artpop' by Lady GaGa 1,83 million.

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