L.GaGa Mediatraffic: Battles For Being The Album Most Sold Of 09 /Batalla por ser el album mas vendido del 2009! PLus: La ultima Artista esta decada!

GLOBAL CHART REPORT: After an 11% sales increase to 1.161.000 copies (compared to the previous week) Susan Boyle's 'I Dreamed A Dream' keeps a third week far away from the competitiors at the summit of the global album chart. For the first time since the Beatles' 'One' album nine years ago, an album sold more than a million copies in three consecutive weeks. On the year-to-date list, 'I Dreamed A Dream' has a total of 3.492.000 copies, Lady Gaga's 'THE FAME' achieved so far 4.983.000 copies. Now there are only two more weeks until the completion of the year-end chart. It will be an exciting battle for the top spot, both albums could reach more than 5,5 million sales. 'The Fame' climbs one slot at no.3 this week, with a huge 44% growth to 348.000 copies sold. Sandwiched between is Andrea Bocelli's 'My Christmas' at no.2 (down 3% to 543.000 copies).

Eight albums enter the current tally for the first time: 'Glee Cast, Volume 2' is the highest new entry at no.7 with 197.000 copies, following by Kinki Kids' 'J Album' at no.10 (170.000), 30 Second To Mars' 'This Is War' at no.16 (123.000), Chris Brown's 'Graffiti' at no.17 (122.000), UverWorld's 'Neo Sound Best' at no.24 (108.000), Gucci Mane's 'State vs. Radric Davis' at no.30 (91.000), Timbaland's 'Shock Value II' at no.37 (73.000) and Jimmy Buffett's 'Buffet Hotel' at no.39 (70.000).

SINGLE CHART REPORT:Lady GaGa's 'Bad Romance' is the final no.1 track of this "DECADE". In its fourth week at the summit the song grows up another 8% to 409.000 points, more than enough to keep this place well into the next year. The nearest rival is Ke$ha's 'Tik Tok', which jumps at the second place after a 7% increase to 303.000 points. 'Empire State Of Mind', Jay-Z's collaboration with Alicia Keys holds no.3 (down 2% to 283.000 points), Black Eyed Peas' 'Meet Me Halfway' slides at no.4 (down 7% to 279.000 points) and Rihanna's 'Russian Roulette' round out the top five (down 6% to 213.000 points). Rapper Ludacris brings the highest debut of the week, 'How Low' comes in at no.22 (82.000), Keisuke Kuwata's 'Kimi Ni Sayonara Wo' bows at no.26 (76.000), Young Money feat. Lloyd's 'Bedrock' arrives at no.35 (63.000) and Robbie Williams' 'You Know Me' lands at no.40 (56.000).

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