Daily Numbers 23/05/2012

COMMENTS

NCOE has ~88 spins on CHR, #50 on CHR right now has 300 spins.

New starters on HAC (WPLJ and KPSI). AA’s being wonky for Canada HAC.

SALES

Adam Lambert, Trespassing (77,000, debut, 77,000) (#1 Billboard 200)

ITUNES

Trespassing Deluxe #19

RADIO

CHR
82 84 ADAM LAMBERT Never Close Our Eyes 59 60 -1 1.176*
*Update from the 5/15

HAC
42 43 ADAM LAMBERT Never Close Our Eyes 264 209 55 1.774
+5 Spins
-5 Bullet
+0.044 AI

C CHR
51 48 ADAM LAMBERT Never Close Our Eyes 157 132 25 1.939
+5 Spins
= Bullet
+0.110 AI

Distances to competitors

The distances chart reflects the relative movement of NCOE to selected competitors. These are typically songs that NCOE is likely to pass when moving up the chart, or songs that are likely to pass NCOE. Green text indicates that NCOE gained on the song in question compared to yesterday’s update, while red text indicates that NCOE lost terrain to the song in question.
The actual daily changes are the +/- numbers in parenthesis. Finally, when using the term “ahead of” then NCOE is higher on the chart than the song in question. Conversely, the term “away from” means that NCOE is lower on the chart than the relevant song.

100 spins away from Junior Doctor (-10)
74 spins away from Needtobreathe (=)
50 spins away from Bieber (+4)
5 spins away from Powter (+3)
23 spins ahead of AAR (+27)
46 spins ahead of Grouplove (-6)
73 spins ahead of TOAD (-2)

Top40

HAC

AC

STARTERS/LEADERS CHR

STARTERS/LEADERS HAC

STARTERS/LEADERS CANADA CHR

STARTERS/LEADERS CANADA HAC

Leaders are missing.

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