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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
@georgelicks any words on Sales / rankings etc so far?
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
good stuff. Not a massive hit material. But very much Stones!!!
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
Liking it more and more - spin number 5 now
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
Good song. A bit to compressed. Could be that better quality will follow
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteWelshEdge1 Search results for 'living in a ghost town' on Apple music... Cool.
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
Will it be released on Spotify as well?
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
BV usually has info. Any comments?
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
Actually the live stream proved to quite a revival for our boys: * Charlie and Charlies airdrum both went viral and draw attention in media * All four was on the top 40 most googled during the weekend (Mick on an impressive place #5) * Articles/journalists agree that Stones performance was top notch. Even bad reviews about the gala wrote that the ”Stones stream” was top class * Stones perfo
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***1 year ***ago
tiffanyblu
RIP
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
I also read that Stones with wrapping up the No Filter Tour will become the decades highest grossing artist ahead of Ed Sheeran, making them nr. 1 in the 80s, 90s, 2nd in the 00's (U2 nr 1) and in 2010s.
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Quotetiffanyblu QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteDoxa Quotetiffanyblu QuoteHis Majesty The journey of Paint It Black is indeed fascinating. Indeed. And how much things can change over time: 2 years ago Queen had about 50% of the streams the Stones had. Now, after the movie and the soundtrack they are around 250% ahead. With their fifth most streamed song on Spotify being We Will Rock You at 415 million
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteGasLightStreet QuoteDoxa Quotetiffanyblu QuoteHis Majesty The journey of Paint It Black is indeed fascinating. Indeed. And how much things can change over time: 2 years ago Queen had about 50% of the streams the Stones had. Now, after the movie and the soundtrack they are around 250% ahead. With their fifth most streamed song on Spotify being We Will Rock You at 415 million. Bohemian Rhaps
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteDoxa Quotetiffanyblu QuoteHis Majesty The journey of Paint It Black is indeed fascinating. Indeed. And how much things can change over time: 2 years ago Queen had about 50% of the streams the Stones had. Now, after the movie and the soundtrack they are around 250% ahead. With their fifth most streamed song on Spotify being We Will Rock You at 415 million. Bohemian Rhapsody will pass the 1
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteHis Majesty The journey of Paint It Black is indeed fascinating. Indeed. And how much things can change over time: 2 years ago Queen had about 50% of the streams the Stones had. Now, after the movie and the soundtrack they are around 250% ahead. With their fifth most streamed song on Spotify being We Will Rock You at 415 million. Bohemian Rhapsody will pass the 1 billion mark this year.
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Quotetiffanyblu QuoteDoxa Yeah, watching those digital and streaming sales - which are almost identical - it starts to be clear what are the songs that constitute the Rolling Stones legacy; the songs they are most remembered for. Not exactly any big surprises, but still some interesting features. Some quick remarks. 1. "Paint It Black" is nowadays their most popular song. It's a
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteDoxa Yeah, watching those digital and streaming sales - which are almost identical - it starts to be clear what are the songs that constitute the Rolling Stones legacy; the songs they are most remembered for. Not exactly any big surprises, but still some interesting features. Some quick remarks. 1. "Paint It Black" is nowadays their most popular song. It's always been a cla
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteDoxa QuoteDandelionPowderman Gunface at #20 can't be right? That's a total anomaly indeed! Clearly the most streamed song since "Start Me Up"... If it is not a clear mistake, I wonder what might explain its success. Was is used in some television series or something? Sopranos? - Doxa Agreed, it's a good song though. Was for instance played as intro music (vid
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteDoxa Quotetiffanyblu Do we have any stats on streams from Spotify? Yep. But unfortunately the stats are a bit old now in this hectic business. This is how teh things looked like by the end of 2015. It's not exactly Spotify but all streaming platforms ("comprehensive streaming" as it is called by using Spotify stats as a base to multiply on). Talking in terms of million
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteDoxa I was going to say something about the physical sales - which reflect the initial success of single cuts at their hey-day - but I jump right over to digital sales. Those tell quite a different story, and about the hit power of the songs in the long run. Roughly, that's how the Stones legacy was viewed from the late 90's to mid 10's between the eras of physical singles and
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Quoteduke richardson i don't understand.. love them all?
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Of course even our own favourite band has some songs that people love but that I never gor the grip on though I tried around 1 million times . Which ones have you never understood? * Fingerprint file * Soul Survivor * Jigsaw pussle * Stray cat blues * Dancing with mr D
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
1. Start me up 2. Almost hear you sigh 3. One hit (to the body) 4. Worried about you 5. Mixed Emotions 6. Undercover 7. Shes so cold 8. Neighbours 9. Tops 10. Dance (part 1)
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Get well soon Sir Mick!
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteIanBillen QuoteHairball QuoteIan Billen I'm amazed at how many of us spoke against the Stones and criticized them for starting to become nothing more than a greatest hit's package and you're tying to imply it was only me and Hairball(?) Becoming? Don't fool yourself Ian - they've been a 'greatest hits package' for many years now in a live setting. I
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Quotejlowe Quotegeorgelicks QuoteSo Mister Licks, r u saying that they are not releasing any new material because no one (younger folks anyway) will stream it? Is it solely a financially based decision? No, just another reason to not to, in a long list of reasons. The problem with all the analysis/speculation is it doesnt explain why other Acts in the same league as The Stones have continue
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2 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Merry xmas
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3 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Quotebv It has taken a while, but I think they do want to get the new album finished now. May be for the next tour. Sounds like the best news I have heard for ages if true
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3 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
QuoteIrix Concert-Infos: , , . Hard to get the language. Does it say anything on when the box Office opens?
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3 ***years ***ago
tiffanyblu
Quotetiffanyblu Anyone have info on when box office open and when Stones are expected to hit the stage? And Will the area around be open before 5?
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