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   Thursday, December 30, 2010

  Biggest selling album of 2010: Lady Gaga's 'The Fame Monster' sets world record

 LONDON, UK--According to the United World Chart, Lady Gaga's 'The Fame Monster', a repackaged version of her earlier disc 'The Fame', sold 5.8 million copies across the globe - setting the new world record for the biggest selling album of 2010
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  Photo: Lady GaGa playing Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne Australia. Photo: Tim Cashmere (enlarge photo)

  'The Fame Monster', a repackaged version of her earlier disc 'The Fame', sold 5.8 million copies across the globe, according to the United World Chart, compiled by website mediatraffic.de.

  According to the Guinness World Records 2011, Lady Gaga scored two world records for 2010 as the Most Searched Female on Google and Most Weeks on the UK Chart in Any Year for her impressive 154 consecutive weeks.

  When she heard the news, Gaga tweeted, writing: "'The Fame Monster' was named the best-selling album of 2010! I'm so excited for the future, believe plus work hard, you will achieve your dreams (sic)."

  Eminem, who's 'Recovery' sold 5.7 million copies, came second while Canadian teen singing sensation Justin Bieber landed the third spot with 5.6 million sales of his 'My World' albums.

  United World Chart top 20, as complied by mediatraffic.de:
1. Lady Gaga – The Fame (Monster) – 5.8 million copies
2. Eminem – Recovery – 5.7 million copies
3. Justin Bieber – My Worlds – 5.6 million copies
4. Lady Antebellum – Need You Now – 3.6 million copies
5. Taylor Swift – Speak Now – 3.5 million copies
6. Susan Boyle – The Gift – 3.0 million copies
7. Black Eyed Peas – The E.N.D. – 3.0 million copies 8. Michael Buble – Crazy Love – 3.0 million copies
9. Sade – Soldier Of Love – 2.3 million copies
10. Alicia Keys – The Element Of Freedom – 2.3 million copies
11. Katy Perry – Teenage Dream – 2.2 million copies 12. Take That – Progress – 2.2 million copies
13. Susan Boyle – I Dreamed A Dream – 2.1 million copies
14. Ke$ha – Animal – 2.1 million copies
15. Rihanna – Loud – 2.0 million copies
16. Mumford and Sons – Sigh No More – 1.8 million copies
17. Kings Of Leon – Come Around Sundown – 1.7 million copies
18. Bon Jovi – Greatest Hits – 1.7 million copies
19. Usher – Raymond V Raymond – 1.7 million copies
20. Linkin Park – A Thousand Suns – 1.7 million copies (ANI)  

  The Guinness world record for The Oldest person to release a new album was set by Australian artist, Smoky Dawson (b. 19 March 1913), who recorded a new album of original songs, 'Homestead Of My Dreams', at the age of 92 years 156 days when the album was released.

  Guinness World Records also recognized The youngest professional drummer: Tiger Onitsuka (Japan), who was 9 years 289 days old when his first album 'Tiger' was released.

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Related world records:
 
Most Successful Young Dj: Jack Hill

 
Youngest Successful Singer: Cleopatra Stratan

 
 Oldest Female DJ - Mammy Rock


   Most concerts performed in 24 hours - Vicente Patiz

   Longest stand-up performance - Comedian Bob Marley

   Longest Individual Karaoke Marathon - Ken Parsons

   Most Recorded Artist - Asha Bhonsle

   Most Successful Entertainer of All Time - Michael Jackson

  Most Successful Musical Debut - Susan Boyle

  Most music albums released by young artists - Andra Gogan and Razvan Gogan

  Longest live singing concert by a child - Andra Gogan
 
   Longest solo stand-up comedy show - Tommy Tiernan

   Oldest still performing showgirl - Dorothy Dale Kloss



  
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