More than a week has passed since the 58th Eurovision Song Contest Grand Final and we can see which songs hit the charts across the world. Last year, Loreen scored 16 number ones in sales or airplay, a top 2 in the Netherlands and Spain, a top 3 in the United Kingdom and she finally entered the charts in Australia at number 36. She was also invited to perform in China at a special New Year’s Show.

[Denmark] This year’s winner, Emmelie de Forest entered most European charts:

  • Denmark #1 while Emmelie’s debut album is 5th
  • Sweden #3
  • Switzerland #3
  • The Netherlands #4
  • Ireland #5
  • Germany #5
  • Austria #7
  • Spain #8
  • Belgium (Flanders) #13
  • The United Kingdom #15 with 18 443 copies sold
  • Finland #17
  • Belgium (Wallonia) #36
  • Australia #47
  • France #79

Other acts have entered the official charts as well.

[Spain] Spain

#32 ESDM and the album peaked at #18 (Spain), #43 Marco Mengoni (Italy) and The Eurovision Song Contest compilation is #8

[Ireland] Ireland

#12 Ryan Dolan (Ireland), #31 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden), #54 Margaret Berger (Norway), #69 Gianluca Bezzina (Malta), #71 Anouk (The Netherlands), #94 Cascada (Germany), #99 Krista Siegrieds (Finland), Loreen – Euphoria #29, We got the power #98

[The Netherlands] The Netherlands

#1 Anouk (single and album), #32 Gianluca Bezzina (Malta), #35 ByeAlex (Hungary), #42 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden), #49 Margaret Berger (Norway), #50 Zlata Ognevich (Ukraine), #51 Dina Garipova (Russia), #69 Marco Mengoni (Italy), #71 Roberto Bellarosa (Belgium), #84 Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson (Iceland), #92 Farid Mammadov (Azerbaijan), #95 Kiza Mostra & Agathon Lakovidis (Greece). #73 Avicii/ B&B

[United Kingdom] The United Kingdom

#66 Gianluca Bezzina (Malta) with 4007 copies sold, #72 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden) with 3720 copies, #80 Margaret Berger (Norway) with 3322 copies, #102 Krista Siegrieds (Finland) with 2432 copies, #129 Cascada (Germany) with 1931, #137 Bonnie Tyler (UK) with 1842 copies, #158 Anouk (The Netherlands) with 1661 copies, #161 Dina Garipova (Russia) with 1641 copies. #75 Loreen – Euphoria with 3451 copies.

Gianluca Bezzina (Malta) has seen his song Tomorrow, reached the top 10 in the BBC Radio 1 indie single charts.

[Germany] Germany

#24 Margaret Berger (Norway), #33 Cascada ( Germany) (Peak at #06) #39 ByeAlex (Hungary) #49 Anouk (the Netherlands) #58 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden) #70 Gianluca Bezzina (Malta) #75 Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson (Iceland), #78 Dina Garipova (Russia), #79 Marco Mengoni (Italy), #84 Krista Siegfrids (Finland), #85 Koza Mostra & Agathon Lakovidis (Greece), #90 Roberto Bellarosa (Belgium)

[Denmark] Denmark

#36 Margaret Berger (Norway), Bonnie Tyler is back in the album charts at #40 with her new album Rocks and honey which peaked at #28.

[Belgium] Belgium (Walloon)

#6 Roberto Bellarosa (Belgium) while the Eurovision Song contest compilation is #9 of the compilation charts)

[Belgium] Belgium (Flanders)

#12 Anouk (The Netherlands), #15 Roberto Bellarosa (Belgium) while Anouk’s new album enters the album chart at #21 and the Eurovision Song contest compilation is #3 of the compilation chart.

[Finland] Finland

The Eurovision compilation enters the album chart at #9 and Krista Siegfrids’ album Ding Dong climbs to #19

[Norway] Norway

#11 Margaret Berger (Norway) (peak #4) and the Eurovision Song Contest compilation is #1

[Sweden] Sweden

#6 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden) (peak #1), #33 Margaret Berger (Norway), #50 Krista Siegfrids (Finland)

[Italy] Italy

Marco Mengoni’s album #Prontoacorrere (Italy) is back in the top 5  and peaked at #1  and so did his Eurovision hit L’Essenziale.  The Eurovision Song contest compilation peaked at #20 of the compilation chart.

[Austria] Austria

#51 Margaret Berger (Norway),#59 ByeAlex (Hungary), #60 Marco Mengoni (Italy), #61 Robin Stjernberg (Sweden), #64 Cascada (Germany), #66 Nátalia Kelly (Austria) (Peak at #26), #74 Anouk (The Netherlands). The Eurovision Song Contest compliation is at #10.

[Switzerland] Switzerland

#26 Margaret Berger (Norway),#32 Takasa (Switzerland) (peak at #21), #40 ByeAlex (Hungary), #46 Eyþór Ingi Gunnlaugsson (Iceland), #54 Marco Mengoni (Italy), #73 Farid Mammadov (Azerbaijan), #75 Dina Garipova (Russia),Loreen – #56 Euphoria#70 We got the power. The Eurovision Song Contest compilation is #2 of the compilation charts. In the album charts, #71 Marco Mengoni – #Prontoacorrere (peak at #52) and Anna Rossinelli, Swiss Contestant at the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest entered the Swiss charts last week at #1 with her new album Marylou.

Australia

the Eurovision Song Contest Compilation CD #16 in the album charts

Please note that each country has its own charting rules therefore the compilation of the Eurovision Song Contest 2013 might appear in compilations charts only in some countries or in the general album charts in others. Official charts companies only show up to a number in the charts. In Finland we only have the top 20 given. UK and France – top 200, Belgium (Walloon and Flanders) top 50, Denmark – top 40, The Netherlands – top 100, Australia – top 100, Norway – top 20, Sweden – top 60, Spain – top 50, Switzerland and Austria top 75.

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