The Beatles ... the table below are based on certified units of albums, singles (
including digital downloads) and videos.
Number of copies 1, the re-mastered catalog of Beatles hits released in
November 2000, sold between 2000 and 2010. It was the best-selling album of
Dec 1, 2015 ... ... (RIAA) did not start tabulating record sales until 1958, in later years, they ... As
of July 2015, Elvis has sold 135.5* million albums in the U.S., ... sold twice as
many singles (50.5 million) compared to The Beatles (25 million).
Mar 23, 2015 ... The Beatles' '1' Album Still Sells 1,000 Copies Per Week -- 15 Years After
Release ... This easily makes the compilation one of the best-selling albums of all
time. 1 it is a ... Why So Many Guys Are Loving This Razor. Harry's.
Jan 13, 2015 ... Garth Brooks Surpasses Elvis Presley in Album Sales. ... Presley fans were quick
to point out that Elvis' tally did not take into account the millions of singles he sold
... The Beatles have sold 178 million units and remain the ..... Also because there
were so many of his albums marketed by cheaper labels, etc.
Mar 20, 2013 ... Not only were they a cultural phenomenon and a voice of the 60s, their records
all sold well, a testament to their musicianship and songwriting ...
I'm never going to be on the Beatles' [level] in my mind. ... In 1956 Elvis first album
sold 300,000 thousand copies and his single of Hound Dog and ... an example
It's Now Or Never sold 1.2 million in England alone, as much as it did in the US.
Feb 7, 2014 ... What the Ed Sullivan Show Did for the Beatles ... $250,000: How much Lionsgate
reportedly paid to license The Beatles' “Tomorrow ... 177 million: The Beatles top
RIAA's “Top Selling Artists (By Album Sales)” Opens a New ...
Apr 29, 2009 ... But there still remains a nagging question – how many records did they actually
sell? David Kronemyer During the period 1964 – 1985 the ...
In 1964 the Beatles had the never-matched total of 15 American million-selling
records (9 singles and 6 LPs), representing US sales of over 25 million in 1964 ...