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Brian Quinn
post Nov 16 2018, 11:43 PM
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OFFICIAL CHARTS COMPANY (UK)
MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 16TH NOVEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2737 weeks (1304 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2082 weeks (699 weeks for singles) (1383 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2064 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (887 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 1979 weeks (440 weeks for singles) (1539 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1893 (461 for singles) (1432 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1763 weeks (668 weeks for singles) (1095 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1729 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1253 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1630 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1150 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1304 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin and R.E.M. (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Take That; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Boyzone; Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 44
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 55
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 63)
3. Bob Dylan - 59
4. David Bowie - 56
5. Rolling Stones - 49
6. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
7. Beatles - 44
8. Elton John - 42
9. Status Quo - 41
10. Iron Maiden - 39

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 70
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 74
3. Frank Sinatra - 69
4. Cliff Richard - 68
5. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
6. Neil Young - 56
7. Beatles - 55
8. Rolling Stones - 53
9. Diana Ross - 52
10. Elton John and Rod Stewart (both with 47)

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Motion Picture Cast Recording - 33
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 340
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 447
7. Elton John - 426
8. Calvin Harris - 421
9. David Guetta - 416
10. Drake - 386

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 985
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 760
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Frank Sinatra - 744
7. Rod Stewart - 741
8. Queen - 721
9. Cliff Richard - 702
10. Elton John - 674

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1303
2. Cliff Richard - 1177
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 908
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 704
7. Michael Jackson - 699
8. Elton John - 668
9. Drake - 667
10. Calvin Harris - 646

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1539
2. Elvis - 1433
3. Beatles - 1432
4. Michael Jackson - 1383
5. David Bowie - 1253
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1223
7. Abba - 1157
8. Rod Stewart - 1150
9. Madonna - 1147
10. U2 - 1099

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Brian Quinn
post Nov 23 2018, 11:01 PM
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OFFICIAL CHARTS COMPANY (UK)
MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 23RD NOVEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2737 weeks (1304 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2083 weeks (699 weeks for singles) (1384 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2064 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (887 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 1983 weeks (440 weeks for singles) (1543 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1894 (461 for singles) (1433 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1764 weeks (668 weeks for singles) (1096 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1730 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1254 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1631 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1151 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1304 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin and R.E.M. (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Take That; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 44
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 55
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 63)
3. Bob Dylan - 59
4. David Bowie - 56
5. Rolling Stones - 49
6. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
7. Beatles - 44
8. Elton John - 42
9. Status Quo - 41
10. Iron Maiden - 39

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 70
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 74
3. Frank Sinatra - 69
4. Cliff Richard - 68
5. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
6. Neil Young - 56
7. Beatles - 55
8. Rolling Stones - 53
9. Diana Ross - 52
10. Elton John and Rod Stewart (both with 47)

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Motion Picture Cast Recording - 33
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 340
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 447
7. Elton John - 426
8. Calvin Harris - 423
9. David Guetta - 416
10. Drake - 388

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 986
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 760
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Frank Sinatra - 744
7. Rod Stewart - 742
8. Queen - 724
9. Cliff Richard - 702
10. Elton John - 675

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1303
2. Cliff Richard - 1177
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 909
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 705
7. Michael Jackson - 699
8. Drake - 669
9. Elton John - 668
10. Calvin Harris - 648

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1543
2. Elvis and Beatles - (both with 1433)
3. Michael Jackson - 1384
4. David Bowie - 1254
5. Fleetwood Mac - 1225
6. Abba - 1158
7. Rod Stewart - 1151
8. Madonna - 1147
9. U2 - 1099
10. Elton John - 1096

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post Nov 30 2018, 11:26 PM
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OFFICIAL CHARTS COMPANY (UK)
MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 30TH NOVEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2737 weeks (1304 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2084 weeks (699 weeks for singles) (1385 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2065 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (888 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 1987 weeks (440 weeks for singles) (1547 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1895 (461 for singles) (1434 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1765 weeks (668 weeks for singles) (1097 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1731 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1255 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1632 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1152 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1304 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 55
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 56
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 70
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 74
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 56
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John and Rod Stewart (both with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Motion Picture Cast Recording - 33
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 447
7. Elton John - 426
8. Calvin Harris - 425
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 389

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 987
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 760
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Frank Sinatra - 744
7. Rod Stewart - 743
8. Queen - 727
9. Cliff Richard - 703
10. Elton John - 676

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1303
2. Cliff Richard - 1177
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 910
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 706
7. Michael Jackson - 699
8. Drake - 671
9. Elton John - 668
10. Calvin Harris - 650

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1547
2. Beatles - 1434
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1385
5. David Bowie - 1255
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1227
7. Abba - 1159
8. Rod Stewart - 1152
9. Madonna - 1147
10. U2 - 1099

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post Dec 7 2018, 10:17 PM
Post #104


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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 7TH DECEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2737 weeks (1304 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2084 weeks (699 weeks for singles) (1385 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2066 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (889 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 1990 weeks (440 weeks for singles) (1550 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1896 (461 for singles) (1435 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1767 weeks (669 weeks for singles) (1098 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1733 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1257 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1633 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1153 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1304 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 55
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John and Rod Stewart (both with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Motion Picture Cast Recording - 33
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 447
7. Elton John and Calvin Harris (both with 426)
8. David Guetta - 417
9. Drake - 390
10. The Shadows and Diana Ross (both with 378)

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 988
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 761
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Frank Sinatra and Rod Stewart (both with 744)
7. Queen - 729
8. Cliff Richard - 704
9. Elton John - 676
10. Madonna - 666

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1303
2. Cliff Richard - 1177
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 910
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 699
8. Drake - 673
9. Elton John - 669
10. Calvin Harris - 652

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1550
2. Beatles - 1435
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1385
5. David Bowie - 1257
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1229
7. Abba - 1160
8. Rod Stewart - 1153
9. Madonna - 1147
10. U2 - 1099

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post Dec 14 2018, 10:07 PM
Post #105


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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 14TH DECEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2737 weeks (1304 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2084 weeks (699 weeks for singles) (1385 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2067 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (890 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 1993 weeks (440 weeks for singles) (1553 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1897 (461 for singles) (1436 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1769 weeks (670 weeks for singles) (1099 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1735 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1259 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1634 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1154 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1304 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 55
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Motion Picture Cast Recording - 34
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 447
7. Elton John - 427
8. Calvin Harris - 426
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 391

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 989
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 761
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 745
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 731
9. Cliff Richard - 705
10. Elton John - 677

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1303
2. Cliff Richard - 1177
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 910
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 699
8. Drake - 675
9. Elton John - 670
10. Calvin Harris - 654

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1553
2. Beatles - 1436
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1385
5. David Bowie - 1259
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1231
7. Abba - 1161
8. Rod Stewart - 1154
9. Madonna - 1147
10. U2 and Elton John (both with 1099)

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post Dec 21 2018, 09:54 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 21ST DECEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2737 weeks (1304 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2085 weeks (700 weeks for singles) (1385 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2068 weeks (1177 weeks for singles) (891 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2002 weeks (446 weeks for singles) (1556 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1898 (461 for singles) (1437 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1771 weeks (671 weeks for singles) (1100 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1736 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1260 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1635 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1155 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1304 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 55
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 35)
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 447
7. Elton John - 428
8. Calvin Harris - 426
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 392

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 761
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 746
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 733
9. Cliff Richard - 706
10. Elton John - 678

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1303
2. Cliff Richard - 1177
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 910
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 700
8. Drake - 676
9. Elton John - 671
10. Calvin Harris - 655

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1556
2. Beatles - 1437
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1385
5. David Bowie - 1260
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1233
7. Abba - 1162
8. Rod Stewart - 1155
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1100

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post Dec 28 2018, 10:39 PM
Post #107


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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 28TH DECEMBER, 2018

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2086 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1385 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2070 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (892 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2005 weeks (446 weeks for singles) (1559 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1899 (461 for singles) (1438 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1773 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1101 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1737 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1261 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1636 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1156 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra - 70
4. Cliff Richard - 69
5. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
6. Neil Young - 57
7. Beatles - 55
8. Rolling Stones - 53
9. Diana Ross - 52
10. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 36)
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 496
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Elton John - 429
8. Calvin Harris - 426
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 392

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 761
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 747
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 735
9. Cliff Richard - 707
10. Elton John - 679

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 910
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 677
9. Elton John - 672
10. Calvin Harris - 656

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1559
2. Beatles - 1438
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1385
5. David Bowie - 1261
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1235
7. Abba - 1163
8. Rod Stewart - 1156
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1101

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post Jan 5 2019, 03:02 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 4TH JANUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2087 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1386 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2071 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (893 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2009 weeks (447 weeks for singles) (1562 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1901 (461 for singles) (1440 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1774 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1102 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1738 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1262 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1637 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1157 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Adele and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 37)
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard; Madonna and Take That (all with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Elton John - 429
8. Calvin Harris - 428
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 393

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 762
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 748
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 737
9. Cliff Richard - 708
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 910
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 678
9. Elton John - 672
10. Calvin Harris - 659

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1562
2. Beatles - 1440
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1386
5. David Bowie - 1262
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1237
7. Abba - 1164
8. Rod Stewart - 1157
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1102

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post Jan 11 2019, 10:28 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 11TH JANUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2088 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1387 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2072 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (894 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2012 weeks (448 weeks for singles) (1564 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1902 (461 for singles) (1441 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1775 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1103 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1739 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1263 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Motion Picture Cast Recording 38
7. Adele - 37
8. Ed Sheeran - 36
9. Robbie Williams - 35
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 159
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 233
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 430
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 394

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 762
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 749
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 739
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 912
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 679
9. Elton John - 672
10. Calvin Harris - 662

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1564
2. Beatles - 1441
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1387
5. David Bowie - 1263
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1239
7. Abba - 1165
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1103

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post Jan 19 2019, 10:47 PM
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AS OF 18TH JANUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2089 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1388 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2015 weeks (449 weeks for singles) (1566 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1903 (461 for singles) (1442 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1776 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1104 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1740 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1264 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams - 31
9. Elton John and Rihanna - (both with 30)
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel - 40
6. Motion Picture Cast Recording 39
7. Adele - 37
8. Ed Sheeran - 36
9. Robbie Williams - 35
10. Michael Jackson - 31

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 160
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 234
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 433
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 395

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 763
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 749
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 741
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 913
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 680
9. Elton John - 672
10. Calvin Harris - 666

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1566
2. Beatles - 1442
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1388
5. David Bowie - 1264
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1241
7. Abba - 1166
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1104

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post Jan 25 2019, 10:27 PM
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OFFICIAL CHARTS COMPANY (UK)
MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 25TH JANUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2090 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1389 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2017 weeks (449 weeks for singles) (1568 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1903 (461 for singles) (1442 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1777 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1105 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1741 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1265 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy and Phil Collins (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 161
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 234
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 436
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 396

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 764
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 749
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Queen - 743
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 913
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 681
9. Elton John - 672
10. Calvin Harris - 670

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1568
2. Beatles - 1442
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1389
5. David Bowie - 1265
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1243
7. Abba - 1167
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1105

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post Feb 1 2019, 10:55 PM
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Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2091 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1390 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2019 weeks (449 weeks for singles) (1570 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1903 (461 for singles) (1442 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1778 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1106 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1742 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1266 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins and Bruce Springsteen (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 53
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 162
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 234
10. The Shadows and Queen (both with 229)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 438
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 397

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 765
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 749
7. Queen - 745
8. Frank Sinatra - 744
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 915
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 682
9. Calvin Harris - 674
10. Elton John - 672

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1570
2. Beatles - 1442
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1390
5. David Bowie - 1266
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1245
7. Abba - 1168
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1106

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post Feb 9 2019, 08:11 PM
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AS OF 8TH FEBRUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2092 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1391 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2021 weeks (449 weeks for singles) (1572 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1903 (461 for singles) (1442 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1779 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1107 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1743 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1267 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins; Bruce Springsteen and Busted (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 54
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 163
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 234
10. Queen - 230

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 440
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 398

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 766
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart - 749
7. Queen - 747
8. Frank Sinatra - 744
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 915
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 683
9. Calvin Harris - 677
10. Elton John - 672

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1572
2. Beatles - 1442
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1391
5. David Bowie - 1267
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1247
7. Abba - 1169
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1107

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post Feb 15 2019, 11:32 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 15TH FEBRUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2093 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1392 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2029 weeks (455 weeks for singles) (1574 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1903 (461 for singles) (1442 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1780 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1108 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1744 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1268 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins; Bruce Springsteen and Busted (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 54
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 164
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran - 234
10. Queen - 230

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 441
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 399

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 767
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Rod Stewart and Queen (both with 749)
7. Frank Sinatra - 744
8. Cliff Richard - 709
9. Elton John - 680
10. Madonna - 666

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 916
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 684
9. Calvin Harris - 679
10. Elton John - 672

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1574
2. Beatles - 1442
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1392
5. David Bowie - 1268
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1249
7. Abba - 1170
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1108

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post Feb 22 2019, 10:00 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 22ND FEBRUARY, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2094 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1393 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2032 weeks (455 weeks for singles) (1577 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1904 (461 for singles) (1443 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1781 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1109 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1745 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1269 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake (both with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams and Calvin Harris (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins; Bruce Springsteen and Busted (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 54
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 165
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Ed Sheeran and Queen (both with 234)
10. The Shadows - 229

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 442
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 400

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 768
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Queen - 751
7. Rod Stewart - 749
8. Frank Sinatra - 744
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 680

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 917
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 685
9. Calvin Harris - 682
10. Elton John - 672

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1577
2. Beatles - 1443
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1393
5. David Bowie - 1269
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1251
7. Abba - 1171
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1109

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post Mar 1 2019, 10:47 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 1ST MARCH, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2095 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1394 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2037 weeks (456 weeks for singles) (1581 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1904 (461 for singles) (1443 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1782 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1110 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1746 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1270 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Rihanna - 1576 weeks (1127 weeks for singles) (449 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson; Justin Timberlake and Calvin Harris (all with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins; Bruce Springsteen and Busted (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 54
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 166
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Queen - 236
10. Ed Sheeran - 234

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 444
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 401

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 768
5. Michael Jackson - 752
6. Queen - 753
7. Rod Stewart - 749
8. Frank Sinatra - 744
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 682

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 917
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake - 686
9. Calvin Harris - 685
10. Elton John - 672

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1581
2. Beatles - 1443
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1394
5. David Bowie - 1270
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1253
7. Abba - 1172
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1110

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post Mar 8 2019, 09:41 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 8TH MARCH, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2096 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1395 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2042 weeks (457 weeks for singles) (1585 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1904 (461 for singles) (1443 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1783 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1111 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1747 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1271 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Ed Sheeran - 1577 weeks (917 weeks for singles) (660 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson; Justin Timberlake and Calvin Harris (all with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins; Bruce Springsteen and Busted (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 54
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 167
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Queen - 238
10. Ed Sheeran - 234

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 445
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 402

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 768
5. Queen - 755
6. Michael Jackson - 752
7. Rod Stewart - 749
8. Frank Sinatra - 744
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 683

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 917
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Drake and Calvin Harris (both with 687)
9. Elton John - 672
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ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1585
2. Beatles - 1443
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1395
5. David Bowie - 1271
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1255
7. Abba - 1173
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1111

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post Mar 16 2019, 12:10 PM
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MOST SUCCESSFUL UK CHART ACTS
AS OF 15TH MARCH, 2019

Calculated by the amount of weeks on the chart for both Singles and Albums combined. One point is gained for each week an album/or single appears in the Top 75:

1. Elvis – 2738 weeks (1305 weeks for singles) (1433 weeks for albums)
2. Michael Jackson – 2097 weeks (701 weeks for singles) (1396 weeks for albums)
3. Cliff Richard – 2073 weeks (1178 weeks for singles) (895 weeks for albums)
4. Queen - 2047 weeks (458 weeks for singles) (1589 weeks for albums)
5. The Beatles - 1904 (461 for singles) (1443 for albums)
6. Madonna – 1887 weeks (740 weeks for singles) (1147 weeks for albums)
7. Elton John – 1784 weeks (672 weeks for singles) (1112 weeks for albums)
8. David Bowie – 1748 weeks (476 weeks for singles) (1272 weeks for albums)
9. Rod Stewart – 1638 weeks (480 weeks for singles) (1158 weeks for albums)
10. Ed Sheeran - 1577 weeks (917 weeks for singles) (660 weeks for albums)

ELVIS’ CHART SINGLES
21 No.1’s
76 Top 10’s
139 Top 40’s
164 Top 75’s
80 weeks at No.1
386 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1305 weeks in Top 75

ELVIS’ CHART ALBUMS
13 No.1’s
53 Top 10’s
95 Top 40’s
121 Top 75’s
66 weeks at No.1
556 weeks in Top 10
1062 weeks in Top 40
1433 weeks in Top 75

NO.1 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 21
2. Beatles - 17
3. Cliff Richard and Westlife - (both with 14)
4. Madonna - 13
5. Take That - 12
6. Calvin Harris - 10
7. Abba; Spice Girls; Rihanna and Eminem - (all with 9)
8. Rolling Stones and Oasis (both with 8)
9. Elton John; Kylie Minogue; McFly; Michael Jackson; Robbie Williams; U2; George Michael; Tinie Tempah; Jess Glynne and Sam Smith (all with 7)
10. Rod Stewart; Slade; Queen; Britney Spears; The Shadows; Sugababes; Boyzone; Blondie; David Guetta and Justin Bieber (all with 6)

TOP 10 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 76
2. Cliff Richard - 68
3. Madonna - 63
4. Michael Jackson - 44
5. Kylie Minogue - 34
6. U2 - 33
7. Eminem - 32
8. Robbie Williams and Elton John (both with 31)
9. Rihanna - 30
10. Beatles - 28

NO.1 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Beatles - 15
2. Elvis - 13
3. Madonna; Robbie Williams and Rolling Stones (all with 12)
4. David Bowie - 11
5. Bruce Springsteen; U2 and Michael Jackson (all with 10)
6. Queen; Abba; Eminem and Rod Stewart (all with 9)
7. Bob Dylan; Oasis; Led Zeppelin; R.E.M. and Take That (all with 8)
8. Cliff Richard; Elton John; Westlife; Coldplay; George Michael and Prodigy (all with 7)
9. Pink Floyd; Phil Collins; Genesis; Blur; Police; Chemical Brothers; Stereophonics; Radiohead; Paul McCartney; Barbra Streisand; Kylie Minogue; Arctic Monkeys and Muse (all with 6)
10. Boyzone; Celine Dion; Bon Jovi; Simple Minds; Keane; Erasure; Prince; Simply Red; Iron Maiden; Paul Simon; Kings Of Leon; Kasabian; The Killers and Motion Picture Cast Recording (all with 5)

TOP 10 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 53
2. Cliff Richard - 45
3. Frank Sinatra - 40
4. Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan (both with 38)
5. Rod Stewart - 35
6. David Bowie - 33
7. Beatles and Elton John (both with 32)
8. Queen - 26
9. Status Quo and Iron Maiden (both with 24)
10. Madonna and Paul McCartney (both with 21)

MOST NO.2 SINGLES
1. Elvis - 17 (8 of these were posthumous re-issues of tracks which had previously risen to No.1)
2. Madonna - 12
3. Cliff Richard and Kylie Minogue (both with 11)
4. Rihanna - 9
5. Michael Jackson; Justin Timberlake and Calvin Harris (all with 7)
6. Boyzone; Oasis; Queen; Robbie Williams (all with 6)

MOST NO.2 ALBUMS
1. Rolling Stones - 10
2. Elvis - 8
3. Elton John; Bon Jovi and Paul Weller - (all with 7)
4. Madonna; Cliff Richard; Queen; Smiths; Frank Sinatra; Rod Stewart; Britney Spears and Manic Street Preachers - (all with 5)
5. David Bowie; Iron Maiden; J.A.M.; Pet Shop Boys; Status Quo; The Who; Tom Jones and James (all with 4)
6. The Shadows; Kylie Minogue; U2; Pink Floyd; Stevie Wonder; Paul McCartney; Beach Boys; Depeche Mode; Elvis Costello; Kate Bush; M People; Portishead; Robert Plant; Sheryl Crow; Simply Red; Tina Turner; Cat Stevens; Eric Clapton; Beautiful South; Take That; Guns N' Roses ;A-Ha; Fleetwood Mac; Fall Out Boy; Phil Collins; Bruce Springsteen and Busted (all with 3)

TOP 40 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 139
2. Cliff Richard - 124
3. Madonna - 71
4. Elton John - 66
5. David Bowie - 63
6. Diana Ross - 58
7. Status Quo - 57
8. Michael Jackson - 56
9. Queen - 54
10. Kylie Minogue - 51

TOP 40 ALBUMS ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 95
2.Cliff Richard - 64
3. Frank Sinatra - 63
4. Bob Dylan - 59
5. David Bowie - 57
6. Rolling Stones - 49
7. James Last and Rod Stewart (both with 45)
8. Beatles - 44
9. Elton John - 42
10. Status Quo - 41

TOP 75 SINGLES ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 164
2. Cliff Richard - 135
3. Glee Cast - 100
4. Elton John - 85
5. David Bowie - 79
6. Diana Ross - 78
7. Madonna - 75
8. Drake - 71
9. Status Quo - 66
10. Rod Stewart - 65

TOP 75 ALBUM ARTISTS
1. Elvis - 121
2. David Bowie - 75
3. Frank Sinatra and Cliff Richard (both with 69)
4. James Last and Bob Dylan (both with 65)
5. Neil Young - 57
6. Beatles - 55
7. Rolling Stones - 53
8. Diana Ross - 52
9. Elton John; Rod Stewart and Van Morrison (all with 47)
10. Status Quo - 46

ALBUM ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Beatles - 175
2. Elvis - 66
3. Abba - 57
4. Rolling Stones - 46
5. Simon and Garfunkel and Motion Picture Cast Recording (both with 40)
6. Adele - 37
7. Ed Sheeran - 36
8. Robbie Williams - 35
9. Michael Jackson - 31
10. Cliff Richard and Madonna (both with 30)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS AT NO.1
1. Elvis - 80
2. Beatles - 65
3. Cliff Richard - 46
4. Frankie Laine - 32
5. Abba and Calvin Harris (both with 31)
6. Justin Bieber and Drake (both with 30)
7. Madonna and Take That (both with 29)
8. Rihanna - 25
9. Ed Sheeran - 24
10. Elton John and Wet Wet Wet (both with 23)

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 386
2. Cliff Richard - 333
3. Rihanna - 265
4. Madonna - 228
5. Beatles - 188
6. Frankie Laine - 187
7. Calvin Harris - 168
8. Michael Jackson - 158
9. Ed Sheeran - 144
10. The Shadows - 143

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 10
1. Elvis - 556
2. Beatles - 474
3. Cliff Richard - 341
4. Frank Sinatra - 316
5. Rolling Stones - 272
6. Michael Jackson - 266
7. Rod Stewart - 264
8. Simon And Garfunkel - 240
9. Queen - 239
10. Ed Sheeran - 234

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis 1062
2. Cliff Richard - 970
3. Rihanna - 688
4. Madonna - 516
5. Ed Sheeran - 497
6. Michael Jackson - 448
7. Calvin Harris - 446
8. Elton John - 429
9. David Guetta - 417
10. Drake - 402

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 40
1. Elvis - 1062
2. Beatles - 990
3. Simon And Garfunkel - 816
4. David Bowie - 768
5. Queen - 758
6. Michael Jackson - 753
7. Rod Stewart - 749
8. Frank Sinatra - 744
9. Cliff Richard - 709
10. Elton John - 683

SINGLES ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Elvis - 1305
2. Cliff Richard - 1178
3. Rihanna - 1127
4. Ed Sheeran - 917
5. Madonna - 740
6. David Guetta - 707
7. Michael Jackson - 701
8. Calvin Harris - 689
9. Drake - 688
10. Elton John - 672

ALBUMS ARTISTS - WEEKS IN TOP 75
1. Queen - 1589
2. Beatles - 1443
3. Elvis - 1433
4. Michael Jackson - 1396
5. David Bowie - 1272
6. Fleetwood Mac - 1257
7. Abba - 1174
8. Rod Stewart - 1158
9. Madonna - 1147
10. Elton John - 1112

Brian



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