December 15 - Weekend Chart (Updated)

Here are the Official UK Weekend charts:
  • 'Christmas' - Elvis and the RPO is remained steady at #9 on the official UK Album chart. 
  • 'Christmas' - Elvis and the RPO is #27 on the Download Chart; #9 on the Album Sales Chart; #9 on the Physical Album Chart; #37 on the Vinyl Album Chart and #13 on the Record Store Chart
  • 'The Wonder Of You' is #82 on the Album Sales Chart and #80 on the Physical Album Chart
  • 'If I Can Dream' is #91 on the Album Sales Chart and #87 on the Physical Album Chart
  • 'Long Live The King' is #36 on the Indie Album Chart
  • 'The Elvis Collection' is #11 on the Music Video Chart
European charts
  • The "Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" is #13 on the Scottish Album Chart
  • 'The Real Elvis' is #34 on the Scottish Album Chart
  • 'The Wonder Of You' is #88 on the Scottish Album Chart
  • The "Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" is #13 from #11 on the Irish Album Chart
  • The "ELV1S 30 #1 Hits" compilation is a new entry at #75 on the Irish Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" climbed from #42 to #33 on the Austrian Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" climbed from #82 to #66 on the Swiss Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" climbed from #92 to #79 on the Belgian Album chart. 
  • The "Elvis – El Disco De Oro" compilation climbed from #30 to #21 on the Spanish Album chart. 
The Billboard charts
  • The “It’s Christmas Time” album climbed from #66 to #55 on the Billboard Album Top 200 chart.
  • The “Classic Christmas Album” compilation climbed from #161 to #113 on the Billboard Album Top 200 chart.
  • The “Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” album dropped from #73 to #139 on the Billboard Album Top 200 chart.
  • The “It’s Christmas Time” album climbed from #54 to #45 on the Billboard Album Sales chart.
  • The “Classic Christmas Album” compilation climbed from #72 to #52 on the Billboard Album Sales chart.
  • The “Ultimate Christmas” compilation from Walmart  climbed from #95 to #86 on the Billboard Album Sales chart.
  • The “Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” album dropped from #27 to #53 on the Billboard Album Sales chart.
  • The “Classic Christmas Album” album climbed from #20 to #11 on the Billboard Rock Album chart.
  • The “Ultimate Christmas” compilation climbed from #48 to #45 on the Billboard Rock Album chart.
  • The “It’s Christmas Time” album remained steady at #11 on the Billboard Country Album chart.
  • The “Classic Christmas Album” compilation climbed from #24 to #18 on the Billboard Rock Album chart.
  • The “Ultimate Christmas” compilation climbed from #44 to #41 on the Billboard Rock Album chart.
  • The “Ultimate Gospel” album ris listed at #39 on the Billboard Christian Album chart.
  • The “Classic Christmas Album” compilation climbed from #24 to #18 on the Billboard Rock Album chart.
  • The “Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” album dropped from #2 to #3 on the Billboard Classical Album chart.
  • The “The Wonder of You” cooperation by Elvis Presley and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” album dropped from #14 to #16 on the Billboard Classical Album chart.
  • The “It’s Christmas Time” album  climbed from #13 to #12 on the Billboard Holiday Album chart.
  • The “Classic Christmas Album” compilation climbed from #29 to #28 on the Billboard Holiday Album chart.
  • The “Elvis Christmas With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra” album dropped from #17 to #39 on the Billboard Holiday Album chart.
  • The “Blue Christmas” song dropped from #20 to #33 on the Billboard Holiday Song chart. 
  • The “Here Comes Santa Claus” song climbed from #64 to #62 on the Billboard Holiday Song chart. 
The charts Down Under
  • 'Christmas' - Elvis and the RPO climbed from #8 to #7 on the New Zealand Album chart.
Most Streamed Artists

Amazon Music Unlimited has now revealed its most popular tracks and artists of the year in the UK. The Amazon data reveals the strength of catalogue and heritage artists on the platform, which may well be partly driven by its growing Echo voice control user base. The most streamed songs and artists on Amazon Music Unlimited are listed below:

1. Ed Sheeran2. The Beatles
3. Elvis Presley
4. Coldplay
5. Eminem

(Source: FECC / Official Chart Company / Music Week / The King's World / Billboard)

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