Billboard Top 10 Dance/Club Play Songs - 3.12.11

For the week ending March 12, 2011
Last weeks number one by Kylie "Better than Today" moves down to number 7...but "Higher" with Taio and Kylie moves up to number 2. Could it reach the top spot next week? *fingers crossed*
Coming in at number one this week is Yoko Ono's "Move On Fast" Really? ok...

Here is a look at Kylie Minogue's best-selling U.S. albums and digital songs, per Nielsen SoundScan:

1,159,000, “Fever,” 2002
177,000, “Body Language,” 2004
50,000, “Aphrodite,” 2010
50,000, “Ultimate Kylie,” 2004
42,000, “X,” 2008

531,000, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”
134,000, “Love at First Sight”
66,000, “Get Outta My Way”
63,000, “Slow”
56,000, “Come Into My World”

Minogue has sold 1,580,000 albums and 1,407,00 downloads since SoundScan began tracking U.S. point-of-sale data in 1991.

“Fever” is her highest-peaking Billboard 200 entry (No. 3, 2002).

On the Hot 100, Minogue has twice reached the top 10: with “The Loco-Motion” (No. 3) in 1988 and “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”" (No. 7) in 2002.

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Jon said...

Miss Ono's song is a bit of a mess, isn't it? Not a patch on "Walking On Thin Ice", which I loved!

Anyhow, Kylie still seems to have a lot of work to do if she wants to (or can be bothered with) that elusive chart-conquering success in the USA! But I suppose she'd need to do R'n'B or wear a dress made out of meat to do that.


Barbarella's Galaxy said...

"Walking On In Thin Ice" is of course amazing, especially the Pet Shop Boys mix.

I think Kylie has been a major success in the US with "Aphrodite". It is such a difficult market, and she has done very little promo over there. She did release "All I See" as the lead singe from "X" in the States, and although it is about as R&B as Kylie gets (and a great song), it did nothing there.