Re: BILLBOARD RESULTS
- From Yahoo/Rolling Stone news:<br><br>Chart Kind
to Grammy Winners <br><br>While none of the winners
at the forty-third annual Grammys dented SoundScan's
Top Ten, the awards show did prove to be a
decision-maker for record buyers. U2 and Steely Dan, two of the
evening's biggest winners, saw the sales of All That You
Can't Leave Behind and Two Against Nature,
respectively, soar after picking up three statues
each.<br><br>For U2, the Grammy boost left them just shy of the
Top Ten, as sales of All That You Can't Leave Behind
jumped 36,744 units to 85,430 and put it in the Number
Eleven slot (from Number Thirty-five last week), while
their Best of U2: 1980-1990 also saw a slight sales
boost (from 7,014 to 8,432). Steely Dan didn't exactly
waltz into the top region of the charts, but Two
Against Nature displayed the most visible growth of the
Grammy collectors. The album failed to make SoundScan's
Top 200 last week (and the previous week, and the
previous week . . .), but found a spot this week at Number
Fifty-four, moving 31,922 copies, compared to 3,765 copies
the week prior.
- Hi Katie-
The live people have migrated...
Since you have come here hoping to find actual
Steely Dan content, you should know that all
the Dan fans have moved to a great MODERATED
group, where bots are shown to the door.
Here's the link to the group in question:
"katiemorris66666" <katiemorris66666@...> wrote:
> Hedcavedin wrote:
> > I'm a devoted Dan fan since I was a young
> > girl in elementary school, am now 33. The
> > music of Steely Dan is the soundtrack to my
> > life. I am joining this club to meet other
> > Dan fans, discuss the Dan, other musicians
> > and music in general. Is that appropriate
> > here? Is there a particular manifesto for
> > this club or its posts?
> I'm looking for someone called Mark Roberts
> who is an avid Steely Dan fan, have you come
> across him on these boards?
> Many thanks.