Guns N ‘Roses transmission BillboardsJuly 23 chart thanks to the songs in the group’s catalog synced in the movie Thor: Love and Thunderhit theaters on July 8th and ever since reign at the box office.
Axl Rose band’s 1980s classics “Sweet Child O’ Mine” and “Welcome to the Jungle” entered the Hot Hard Rock Songs chart at number two and three, respectively. They also charted at number two. 7th and 13th on Hot Rock Songs and 10th and 17th on Hot Rock & Alternative Songs. (Older songs are eligible for Billboardsmulti-index charts if they rank in the top half and have a meaningful reason for their resurgence.)
During the week of July 8-14, “Child” earned 6 million official U.S. live streams (up 5%) and sold 2,500 downloads (up 106%), while “ Jungle” accumulated 3.2 million streams (up 14%) and sold 1,400 plays (up 127%), according to Luminate. They also collected 1.3 million and 999,000 audience impressions in the same time period on reporting stations, respectively. BillboardsRadio song charts.
At the same time, “Child” appeared at #2 on both Hard Rock Streaming Songs and Hard Rock Digital Song Sales, at No. in 33rd place.
“Jungle,” meanwhile, came in at #3 for Hard Rock Digital Song Sales, 10th for Digital Rock Song Sales, and 14th for Live Song Sales. Hard Rock’s line.
Elsewhere, “City of Heaven” and “November Rain”, both also heard in God of thunder, ranked first in Hard Rock Digital Song Sales at 7th (1,100 sales, up 120%) and 12th (900, up 165%), while the former entered Song Sales. Digital Rock at #20 and #21 on Hard Rock Streaming Songs. “Paradise” received 2.8 million live streams (almost equal to the previous watch period), while “November” attracted 1.7 million streams, up 14%.
Another song that is not GNR from God of thunder appeared on Hard Rock Digital Song Sales: Dio’s 1983 song “Rainbow in the Dark”, at number 11 (900 copies sold, up 406%).
Every GNR song included in God of thunder entered the Billboard Hot 100 upon its initial release. “Child” dominated for two weeks in September 1988, followed by “Jungle” (No. 7, December 1988), “Paradise” (No. 5, March 1989) and “November” (No. 3). , August 1992).
In total, the Guns N ‘Roses’ category grew 9% in streams between July 8 and 14, growing from 15.9 million last week to 17.3 million. The group’s digital song downloads also increased 103%, from 3,800 purchases to 7,800, and the group’s album sales increased 31% from 3,000 to 4,000 copies.
GNR’s Best songs album simultaneously climbed to positions 70-57 on the Billboard 200, with 14,000 album-equivalent units earned, up 13%.
The group helped top the ’80s on Hot Hard Rock Songs, as Metallica’s “Master of the Puppets” reigned for its second week, sparked by its sync in Netflix Strange things. “Puppets,” which was originally released in 1986 (while “Child” and “Jungle” came out in 1987), amassed 10.6 million views between July 8 and 14, a 10% increase.
https://www.billboard.com/pro/guns-n-roses-classics-rock-charts-thor-syncs/ Guns N ‘Roses Classics Hit Rock Charts Thanks to’ Thor ‘Syncs – Billboard