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Yeah, good stuff... but when you look at the "acts" which are above Crowded House (Kylie, Slipkot, Kasey Chambers, Abba, Robbie Williams, xZibit) it really is quite sad Frowner . At least we can safely say that Crowded House are still popular enough to "compete" with that list (which also includes U2, silverchair, The Eagles, Midnight Oil, Qoeen, Pearl Jam, Cold Chisel, Elvis), so a #18 debut is great, especially since it's considered as a "budget" release, plus it's only it's 1st week...
I got my copy at Target Roselands for AU$26.95 - cheap compared to HMV etc.

Love how Neil Finn sings on This Is Massive (originally studio Paul Hester sings it) - it's at the start of the Catch 22 interview Mean To Me intro playing softly but hear-able in the back ground - I'd love for that to come out as Afterglow 2 rare song - it sounds so good.

Plus were any frenz fans at the CD / book store signing autograph in the US on the Catch 22 interview? You all looked so yound, fresh fanned and good!
Hey "S. God"....like all charts the ARIA DVD chart goes by sales from certain stores...HMV etc.
Targets and Woolies rarely count towards chart points BUT I prefer 5000 fans to buy it at $28 from Target then $36 at HMV if it means losing a few chart points no big deal....so in reality tthe Enz might be selling more then some of those artists but people are buying the DVD from a non chart store. That's what is happening with the Enz DVD, most sales are from cheaper stores. The Enz have sold about the same as our Skyhooks DVD but its top 20 and the Enz one isn't...
So the Crowdies are still doing well for a low budget release.....
Peter
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Originally posted by gryphon:
[qb]Hey "S. God"....like all charts the ARIA DVD chart goes by sales from certain stores...HMV etc.
Targets and Woolies rarely count towards chart points BUT I prefer 5000 fans to buy it at $28 from Target then $36 at HMV if it means losing a few chart points no big deal....so in reality tthe Enz might be selling more then some of those artists but people are buying the DVD from a non chart store. That's what is happening with the Enz DVD, most sales are from cheaper stores. The Enz have sold about the same as our Skyhooks DVD but its top 20 and the Enz one isn't...
So the Crowdies are still doing well for a low budget release.....
Peter[/qb]
Good point. I'm also pretty sure 100% of record sales from SAN!TY don't count towards the Aria chart either; they have their own chart (too cool for the rest of the nation Wink ), so it might even be worth looking on the SAN!TY chart for Dreaming, although last time I checked they only had a top 50 singles & albums chart (not a DVD chart, but I couldn't be certain).

Chart Update: Aria* haven't updated their DVD chart this week Frowner .

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