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Billboard is an American music magazine, headquartered in New York City, New York and owned by Prometheus Global Media. It was first published on November 1, 1894, and is distinguished as being among the oldest trade magazines in the world. The magazine originally focused on bill posting and outdoor amusements before specializing in the music industry in the 1960s. Billboard maintains several internationally-recognized record charts, which track the most popular songs and albums across several categories on a weekly basis. Its primary charts, the Billboard Hot 100 and the Billboard 200, respectively rank the top songs and albums regardless of genre, and are based on digital downloads, radio airplay, and internet streaming. Its data is largely based on the Nielsen SoundScan tracking system, which it has used since 1991.

The Billboard charts tabulate the relative weekly popularity of songs or albums in the United States. The results are published in Billboard magazine.

Charts

Album charts

Billboard 200

The Billboard 200 is a ranking of the 200 highest-selling music albums and EPs in the United States, published weekly by Billboard magazine. The chart is based solely on sales (both at retail and digitally) of albums in the United States. The sales tracking week begins on Monday and ends on Sunday. A new chart is published the following Thursday with an issue date of the Saturday of the following week.

All four of Evanescence's major-label albums have made this chart.[1]

Album Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
Fallen 3 111
  • Debuted at number 7 with first-week sales of more than 141,000 copies.[2]
  • Peaked at number 3 on June 4, 2003 with 91,000 copies sold.[3]
Anywhere but Home 39 14
  • Live album.
The Open Door 1 48
  • Debuted at number 1 with first-week sales of 447,000 copies.[4]
Evanescence 27
  • Debuted at number 1 with first-week sales of 127,000 copies.[5]

European Top 100 Albums

The European Top 100 Albums was the European version of the United States' Billboard 200. It ran from March 1984 to December 2010. The chart ranked albums based on their amount of sales in 19 European countries according to data from the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.

Two of Evanescence's albums reached this chart:[6][7]

Album Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
Fallen 1 Unknown
  • Reached the top of the chart on June 2, 2003.[6]
The Open Door 1 Unknown
  • Debuted at number 1 on October 16, 2006.[7]

Single charts

Billboard Hot 100

Five Evanescence songs have reached the Billboard Hot 100.[8]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 5 32
  • Debuted at number 64 on March 6, 2003.[9][10]
"My Immortal" 7
  • Debuted at number 70 in January 2004.[10]
"Call Me When You're Sober" 10 22
  • Debuted at number 25 on August 24, 2006.[10][11]
  • Peaked at number 10 on its second week on the chart, on August 31, 2006.[12]
"What You Want" 68 1
  • First-week sales of 78,000 digital copies.[13]
"Lost in Paradise" 99

Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles

The Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (previously known as Bubbling Under the Hot 100) lists the top singles that have yet to chart on the main Billboard Hot 100. Chart rankings are based on radio airplay and sales. In its initial years, the chart listed 15 positions, but expanded to as many as 36 during the 1960s, particularly during years when over 1,000 singles made the Billboard Hot 100 chart. From 1974 to 1985, the chart consisted of 10 positions; since 1992, the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart has listed 25 positions.

Evanescence songs that have made this chart:[14]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 4 2
  • Later debuted at number 64 on the Hot 100.[9]
"Going Under" 9
"My Immortal" 1 2
  • Later debuted at number 70 on the Hot 100.[10]
"Call Me When You're Sober" 14 1
  • Later debuted at number 25 on the Hot 100.[11]
"Lithium" 24 2
"Together Again" 3 1
  • Debuted on the chart on March 13, 2010.[15]

Digital Songs and Digital Tracks

The Digital Songs chart (first named Hot Digital Songs) ranks songs by their amount of digital downloads and was first published by Billboard in January 2005 due to the fact that the digital music market was increasing rapidly while physical CD singles became less and less popular. The chart was incorporated in the Hot 100's formula three weeks later.

Billboard has already started tracking digital downloads data in July 2003 with the Hot Digital Tracks chart. The difference between the two charts is that Hot Digital Tracks can rank different versions of one songs, for example remixes, "explicit" or "clean" versions, and any other alternate versions, while Digital Songs combines all versions of a song for a summarized figure.

Evanescence songs that made the Digital Songs chart:[16]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"My Immortal" 43 4
"Call Me When You're Sober" 5 22
"Together Again" 68 1
"What You Want" 47 1
"Lost in Paradise" 53 1
"Bring Me to Life" 35 9

Adult Pop Songs

The Adult Top 40 (also known as Adult Pop Songs) chart is published weekly by Billboard magazine and ranks "the most popular adult top 40 as based on radio airplay detections measured by Nielsen BDS." It is a format in which the genre is geared more towards an adult audience who are not into hard rock, hip hop, or adult contemporary fare. The main genres within this format are alternative rock and mainstream pop that is more adult-oriented.

Evanescence songs that have reached this chart:[17]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 4 28
"My Immortal" 1 41
"Call Me When You're Sober" 6 25
"My Heart Is Broken" 34 10
  • Debuted at number 40 on November 28, 2011.[18]

Alternative Songs

Alternative Songs (also called Alternative and formerly known as Modern Rock Tracks and Hot Modern Rock Tracks) lists the 40 most-played songs on modern rock radio stations, most of which are alternative rock songs.

Six Evanescence songs have appeared on this chart.[19]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 1 26
  • Peaked at number 1 on March 29, 2003.[20]
"Going Under" 5 25
  • Debuted at number 40 in June 2003.[21]
"Everybody's Fool" 36 8
"Call Me When You're Sober" 4 23
  • Debuted at number 21 in August 2006.[22]
"Lithium" 37 3
"What You Want" 14 20
  • Peaked at number 14 in November 2011.[23]

Canadian Hot 100

The Canadian Hot 100 is similar to Billboard's US-based Hot 100 in that it combines sales via digital downloads, as measured by Nielsen SoundScan, and Canadian radio audience levels as measured by Nielsen BDS. Canada's airplay chart is the result of monitoring more than 100 stations representing rock, country, adult contemporary and Top 40 genres.

Three Evanescence songs have reached this chart, as of 2010.[24]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Together Again" 86 1
"What You Want" 55
"Lost in Paradise" 89

European Hot 100 Singles

The European Hot 100 Singles chart was based on national singles sales charts in 15 European countries: Austria, Belgium (separately for Flanders and Wallonia), Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. It ran from 1984 to 2010.

These are the Evanescence songs that are known to have made this chart (there is no archive for all of the songs since Billboard removed the chart from their website):

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life"[25] 1 Unknown
"Going Under"[26] 6
"My Immortal"[27] 2
"Everybody's Fool"[28] 95
"Call Me When You're Sober"[29] 4

Mainstream Rock Songs

Mainstream Rock measures airplay spins on 77 mainstream rock radio stations encompassing active rock and heritage rock. It has 40 positions.

Evanescence songs that have made the chart:[30]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 11 26
"Going Under" 26 15
"Call Me When You're Sober" 5 25
"Lithium" 39 4
"Sweet Sacrifice" 24 15
"What You Want" 8 22
"Made of Stone" 39 1
"The Other Side" 36 9

Hot Rock Songs

Hot Rock Songs lists the most popular rock songs ranked by radio airplay, sales and streaming, as of October 2012. Before this, the chart ranked only the airplay of songs on alternative, mainstream rock and triple A radio stations.

Only one Evanescence song reached this chart:[31]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"What You Want" 11 21
  • "What You Want" made this chart before
    it started including sales and streaming in its formula.

Pop Songs

The Mainstream Top 40 (referred to as Pop Songs on billboard.com) is a weekly airplay chart from Billboard magazine. There are 40 positions on the chart, and it is solely based on radio airplay. The chart ranks the week's hottest pop songs, ranked by mainstream top 40 radio airplay detections as measured by Nielsen BDS Nielsen Broadcast Data Systems.

Three Evanescence songs have reached this chart, all of which reached the top 10.[32]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 1 26
"My Immortal" 2 27
"Call Me When You're Sober" 7 21

Radio Songs

Radio Songs ranks the songs that receive the most airplay in the US across all genres. It is one of the components that determine the chart positions of songs on the Billboard Hot 100, along with sales and streaming.

Evanescence songs that made this chart:[33]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 5 32
"Going Under" 85 Unknown
"My Immortal" 7 31
"Call Me When You're Sober" 14 22

Rock Streaming Songs

Ranks the top most streamed rock songs of the week.

Evanescence songs that made this chart:[34]

Song Peak position Weeks on chart Note(s)
"Bring Me to Life" 14 25
"My Immortal" 9 39

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