Streets Talkin 200 Chart Moves: 'Hamilton' Cast Album Reaches Top 40 Longevity Milestone

Streets Talkin 200 Chart Moves: 'Hamilton' Cast Album Reaches Top 40 Longevity Milestone


On the most recent Streets Talkin 200 albums chart (dated Sept. 29), Carrie Underwood makes nation historical past on the high of tally, as her Cry Pretty album debuted at No. 1. In doing so, she grew to become the primary feminine artist to take 4 nation efforts to No. 1 on the checklist. The album began with 266,000 equal album models earned within the week ending Sept. 20, in response to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 251,000 had been in conventional album gross sales.

The Streets Talkin 200 chart ranks the week’s hottest albums based mostly on their general consumption. That general unit determine combines pure album gross sales, observe equal albums (TEA) and streaming equal albums (SEA).

Now, let’s take a more in-depth take a look at a few of the motion on the remainder of the Streets Talkin 200:

Original Broadway Cast Recording, Hamilton: An American Musical – No. 32The authentic Broadway solid recording of Hamilton: An American Musical, racks up its 145th week within the high 40 on the Streets Talkin 200 chart (dipping 30-32), surpassing Adele’s 21 for the longest run within the high 40 since Nielsen Music started powering the tally on May 25, 1991.

In truth, Hamilton has logged the second-most weeks within the high 40 since Aug. 17, 1963, when the chart mixed its beforehand separate mono and stereo listings into one general tally. Since then, solely The Sound of Music soundtrack has logged extra weeks within the high 40, with 161 (stretched between April 10, 1965 and May four, 1968).

Hamilton debuted at No. 12 on the Oct. 17, 2015-dated chart, and ultimately peaked at No. three on July 2, 2016. The set has by no means ranked decrease than No. 60 in its whole 156-week run. Adele’s 21 premiered at No. 1 on March 12, 2011, and notched its 144th week within the high 40 on March 26, 2016, after the discharge of 21’s follow-up, 25, in November 2015.

Streets Talkin started repeatedly publishing a weekly albums chart on March 24, 1956. In 1959, the chart break up into separate mono and stereo listings, solely to fold again into one chart on Aug. 17, 1963. The depth of the charts, earlier than 1963, fluctuated between 10 and 40 positions. After 1963, the checklist grew to become 150 positions deep, ultimately rising to 200 in 1967. 

Tony Bennett & Diana Krall, Love Is Here to Stay – No. 11 Bennett and Krall’s team-up on Love Is Here to Stay arrives at No. 11 on the Streets Talkin 200 with 36,000 equal album models earned. Of that sum, 35,000 had been in conventional album gross sales — the biggest gross sales week for any jazz album in almost two years. The final jazz set to submit a much bigger gross sales body was Norah Jones’ Day Breaks, when it bowed with 44,000 on the Oct. 29, 2016 chart.

Love marks Bennett’s 16th high 40 charting effort on the Streets Talkin 200, and Krall’s 11th. t’s additionally Bennett’s second collaborative set with a number one girl to succeed in the highest 40, following his chart-topping Cheek to Cheek with Lady Gaga in 2014.

Love additionally debuts at No. 1 on each the sales-ranked Traditional Jazz Albums and general Jazz Albums tallies. For Bennett, he ups his No. 1 rely on the Traditional Jazz Albums chart to 14, whereas Krall climbs to 13 leaders. On the general Jazz Albums checklist (which blends conventional and modern jazz recordings), Love is the ninth topper for Bennett, and the 11th for Krall. 

— Khalid, American Teen  – No. 34The set — which has but to go away the highest 40 after 81 weeks — has earned 2 million equal album models (of which 219,000 are in album gross sales), whereas  its songs have collected 2.four billion on-demand audio streams.

Willie Nelson, My Way No. 36 Willie Nelson’s newest jazzy launch, My Way, debuts at No. 36 on the Streets Talkin 200 with 15,000 equal album models earned (14,000 in conventional album gross sales). The set, that includes covers of requirements made well-known by Frank Sinatra, bows at No. 2 on the sales-based Traditional Jazz Albums and general Jazz Albums charts — his fourth album to succeed in the highest two on each tallies.

— Aphex Twin, Collapse (EP) No. 113 The digital artist notches his seventh high 10 on the Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (No. 2). The five-song album additionally did notably properly on vinyl — half of its first-week gross sales (three,000 of 6,000) had been on the format.