Fleetwood Mac makes some significant moves on the albums and singles chart in these selected countries.
Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' enters the Top 10 in Australia for the first time jumping 10 spots this week to number 4 from number 14 last week. 'Rumours' climbs up the Top 100 albums chart to number 11 from number 17 last week.
'Dreams' remains in the Top 40 in New Zealand on the singles chart moving up 4 spots this week to number 6 from number 10. 'Rumours' jumps into the Top 10 at number 6 this week up from number 10 last week on the Top 40 Albums chart.
In it's 100th week on the UK Top 100 albums chart, Fleetwood Mac's "50 YEARS - DON'T STOP" climbs back into the UK Top 10 at number 10 this week up from number 17 last week.
- 95 weeks in the top 40
- 69 weeks in the top 20
- 14 weeks in the top 10
'Rumours' moves up to number 18 from number 22.
Finally, Fleetwood Mac’s Dreams re-enters the Official Singles Chart Top 40 for the first time since 1977, climbing 18 places to Number 37. The feat follows a surge in streams and downloads following the viral TikTok video of user Doggface208 skating to the track while drinking cranberry juice. Mick Fleetwood and Stevie Nicks have each since responded with their own TikToks paying homage to the clip.
Dreams only peaked at Number 24 upon its original release in August 1977, however its success has endured over the years, racking up just shy of 100 million streams in the UK since streaming was introduced in 2014.
Dreams is Fleetwood Mac’s first UK Top 40 entry in seven years. In 2013, their 1988 hit Everywhere re-entered the Top 40 at Number 15 following its use in a TV advert.
In IRELAND Fleetwood Mac’s discography is being streamed strong, leading to a new peak for the band’s 2018 box set '50 Years – Don’t Stop'. Peaking at #5 previously, the collection advances to #4 this week. 'Rumours' returns to the Top 10, climbing to #6.
USA / CANADA
Fleetwood Mac's 'Rumours' is the "greatest gainer" this week on the Billboard Top 200 albums chart dated October 17, 2020 as it explodes in sales and jumps up the Top 200 albums chart to number 13 from number 27 last week as a result of Nathan Apodaca’s viral TikTok video featuring 'Dreams'. The last time the album was this high on the charts was back in May, 2011 when the entire 'Rumours' album was featured in the Glee episode and it reached number 11.
The 1988 Greatest Hits release also sees a major boost on the chart, jumping up to number 61 this week from number 103 last week.
DREAMS ROCKETS UP THE BILLBOARD HOT 100
'Dreams' re-enters the Billboard Top 100 singles chart at number 21 this week based on sales, streams and radio play. The song took off following Nathan Apodaca’s viral TikTok video flying up the iTunes and Spotify song charts. The song is currently No.1 on iTunes in the US and has been for a number of days. This is the first time the song has been on the Hot 100 since August, 1977!
Other Billboard Charts:
20 - Dreams ‒ Fleetwood Mac (51 last week)
188 - The Chain ‒ Fleetwood Mac (new)
Billboard Global Excl US 200
68 - Dreams ‒ Fleetwood Mac (161 last week)
TOP 50 STREAMING SONGS
18 - DREAMS (36 last week)
TOP 50 DIGITAL SONG SALES
3 - Dreams (9 last week)
TOP 25 ON-DEMAND STREAMING SONGS
19 - Dreams (new)
TOP 100 ALBUM SALES
22 - Rumours (29 last week)
TOP 50 CATALOG ALBUMS
1 - Rumours (3 last week)
6 - Greatest Hits (19 last week)
TOP 25 VINYL ALBUMS
5 - Rumours (24 last week)
TOP 15 BLUES ALBUMS
10 - Fleetwood Mac 1969-1974 (9 last week)
BILLBOARD CANADIAN HOT 100
19 - Dreams (new)
BILLBOARD CANADIAN TOP 100 ALBUMS
9 - Rumours (19 last week)
79 - Greatest Hits (re-entry)
TOP 50 CANADIAN DIGITAL SONG SALES
2 - Dreams (11 last week)
TOP 50 HOT ROCK & ALTERNATIVE SONGS
2 - Dreams (8 last week)
11 - The Chain (23 last week)
17 - Landslide (new)
25 - Go Your Own Way (new)
TOP 50 ROCK ALBUMS
2 - Rumours (3 last week)
12 - Greatest Hits (13 last week)
TOP 25 ROCK DIGITAL SONG SALES
1 - Dreams (1 last week)
18 - The Chain (10 last week)
19 - Rhiannon (new)
20 - Gypsy (25 last week)
22 - Go Your Own Way (23 last week)
25 - Landslide (re-entry)