Template:Album chart

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This template is used to cite sources in Wikipedia. It is specifically for albums. A similar template for use when citing sources for musical singles can be found at Template:Singlechart; however, for EPs or other releases, it has not yet been developed.

In general, the template expands to produce a table row with the information country, record chart, reference, and peak position for the given album on the particular chart. Tables of such information are commonly used in Wikipedia articles on singles, albums, discographies and artists.

This template does not verify any positions or chart appearances. It primarily provides a reference URL believed to be associated with a reliable source for a recognised chart. The reference URL itself is also not checked. Entering an incorrect or alternative spelling of an album title can produce a bad link, for example. Individual editors will need to follow the URLs generated by the template to verify their usefulness before walking away from an edited article.

Usage

Following, the most common parameters used on the template:

{{Album chart|(Chart identifier)|(Peak position)|artist=|album=|refname=|access-date=30 May 2012}}

Following, the parameters for any Billboard chart:

{{Album chart|Billboard(Specific identifier)|(Peak position)|artist=|refname=|access-date=30 May 2012}}

Following, the parameters for any UK chart (except for the main UK parameter and UKZobbel):

{{Album chart|UK(Specific identifier)|(Peak position)|artist=|date=YYYY-MM-DD|refname=|access-date=30 May 2012}}

Manual referencing

If the following situations arise:

  1. The album name contains special characters that the {{{1}}} parameter doesn't handle correctly and returns an URL error.
  2. When the template will be used for year-end charts instead of weekly charts.
  3. When the chart position is retrieved from a source other than the default by {{Album chart}} such as Billboard's Chart Beat or Allmusic (remember that all sources must be reliable).

Then a manual reference might be needed. When manual referencing is activated, the user must provide the {{{1}}} and {{{1}}}, and may additionally provide {{{1}}}, {{{1}}}, {{{1}}}, {{{1}}} and (if specially relevant) {{{1}}}, just like on the {{cite news}} template, to add a different source than the commonly used by {{Album chart}}.

To activate manual referencing, write an "M" as the third parameter of the template, after the country name and chart position, as this:

  • {{Album chart|Australia|1|'''M|title=Madonna's "MDNA" Tops ARIA Charts|url=http://www.billboard.com/#/news/madonnas-mdna-tops-aria-charts-1584845.story|work=Billboard|location=United States'''|access-date=9 June 2012}}

And it will show in a table as this:

Sales chart positions for MDNA
Charts Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA)[1] 1
  1. ^ "Madonna's "MDNA" Tops ARIA Charts". Billboard. United States. Retrieved 9 June 2012.

This mode can be used simultaneously with the normal mode of the template, without the need to change the refname parameter.

  • The manual referencing mode is not available for the Music DVD charts.

Fields

The parameters publish-date, access-date, and refname are optional. Whether the other parameters are required or not depend on the chart being referenced. See the tables in the Support section below.

  • (Chart identifier) (or first parameter, without name): Chart identifier. Must be one of the options listed under Chart ID in the tables of the Support section below. Often named as a country or nationality (e.g., Spain or Spanish), but sometimes named for a specific chart (e.g., Billboardjapanhot100). Some charts allow more than one identifier; the results produced are identical.
  • (Peak position) (or second parameter, without name): The number you found to be the peak position achieved by the single on the specific chart to date. If the song has not appeared on the chart (due to low popularity or lack of release in a country), you can enter a dash (–, not a hyphen -). Usually, it's better to omit the template completely.
  • album: Title of the album. Made-up words, slang, "hip" spellings, tricky punctuation, etc., can make this parameter difficult to correctly determine. Make sure to check the resulting reference URL (Preview) before saving the definitive version of the article.
  • dvd: For Music DVDs, the title of the album. Some Music DVD charts need to be provided with this field instead of the album field to correctly work.
  • artist: Name of the album's performer. As for the album parameter, odd spellings and clever stylings (e.g., Ke$ha) can make this parameter difficult to correctly determine. The German chart, for example, typically requires names in lastname,firstname format. Make sure to check the resulting reference URL (Preview) before saving the definitive version of the article. Also note that this parameter is required for all charts where you are reusing the references using the default naming (see below). If you use the refname parameter, however, artist may not be absolutely necessary.
  • id: Numeric identifier used by some chart listings (see Polish Music Charts). Determined by performing a search at the chart listings' website for archive chart. The chartid can be found in the Web address (URL) by inspection. For example, Polish Airplay Chart of 12 November 2011 at www.zpav.pl has the URL http://www.zpav.pl/rankingi/listy/nielsen/top5.php?lang=2&idlisty=532, so the chartid to use is 532.
  • url: The URL of the reference where you found the song's peak position for the chart. Used only for particular charts (see Support tables) where there is no indexing system, not necessary (or even used) for others.
  • urltitle: The title of the page for the reference where you found the song's peak position for the chart. Used in combination with the url parameter, and only for particular charts (see Support tables) where there is no indexing system, not necessary (or even used) for others.
  • date: Date of the chart in the format YYYYMMDD, an 8-digit number indicating year (Y), month (M) and day (D). Used only for certain charts, as part of their URL strings (see Frenchdigital below); not necessary (or even used) for others. This date is used solely to create the reference URL to the download chart, and is not displayed textually in the references list. For general citation of any chart's publication date, use the optional publish-date parameter.
  • year: Four-digit year indicating the year being reported by the chart. Used in combination with the week parameter and only for certain charts; not necessary (or even used) for others. Not necessarily the same as the publication date referred to by publish-date.
  • week: Two-digit week indicating the week being reported by the chart. Week is a number from 01 to 53, with a leading 0 for weeks 01-09 (some charts do not require the leading zero; consult Support tables below). Used in combination with the year parameter and only for certain charts; not necessary (or even used) for others. Not necessarily related to the publication date referred to by publish-date.
  • note: For adding a note about a particular version of an album, e.g., note=2-disc deluxe edition, or {{Album chart|Australia|1|album=Making Mirrors|artist=Gotye|note=2-disc deluxe edition}}.
  • publish-date: Date of publication of the reference generated by the template, in the same format as other dates in citations in the same article. Optional parameter.
  • access-date: Date that the reference generated by the template was retrieved to determine peak position (i.e., last date an editor verified this citation). Should be in the same format as other dates in citations in the same article. Optional parameter.
  • refname: Enables you to specify a name for the reference generated by the template. If no value is provided for refname the default reference name (in the form ac_Chartid_artist) will be used. A reference with a name can be reused for claims elsewhere in the article. Optional parameter.
  • refgroup: Enables you to specify a name for the reference group. Optional parameter.

Supports

National charts

Supported international charts
Chart ID Output Website used as archive Req. Notes
Argentina Argentinian Albums (CAPIF) adminlic.capif.org.ar artist
album
date
date must be in the format: DD/MM/YYYY. Charts available from 7 February 2010 onwards. When manual referencing is activated, write the date always as DD/MM/YYYY, otherwise, the template may return an error.
Australia Australian Albums (ARIA) www.australian-charts.com artist
album
Austria Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria) www.austriancharts.at artist
album
Flanders Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders) www.ultratop.be artist
album
Wallonia Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia) www.ultratop.be artist
album
Brazil Brazilian Albums (PMB) www.abpd.org.br id id is the last number(s) at the end of the URL. For example, the id of http://www.abpd.org.br/noticias_internas.asp?noticia=168 is 168
Canada Canada Top Albums/CDs (RPM) www.bac-lac.gc.ca/ chartid chartid is the number present after nlcxxxxx.
For example in this example, the chartid is 2647.
CroatiaCombined Croatian Albums (HDU) www.hdu-toplista.com id id is the last number(s) at the end of the URL.
For example, the id of http://www.hdu-toplista.com/index.php?what=arhiva&w=details&id=1562 is 1562
Croatia Croatian International Albums (HDU) www.hdu-toplista.com id id is the last number(s) at the end of the URL.
For example, the id of http://www.hdu-toplista.com/index.php?what=arhiva&w=details&id=881 is 881
Czech Czech Albums (ČNS IFPI) www.ifpicr.cz artist
album
date
date exact date included on the chart page, e.g. YYYYMMDD. It usually appears at the right of the word "Týden".
Denmark Danish Albums (Hitlisten) www.danishcharts.com artist
album
Not recommended for charts prior to Nov. 2007; use instead Denmark2.
Denmark2 Danish Albums (Hitlisten) www.hitlisten.nu week
year
For album charts prior to Nov. 2007, is better to use this Chart ID.
Finland Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista) www.ifpi.fi artist
album
France French Albums (SNEP) www.lescharts.com artist
album
Germany German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) www.musicline.de artist
album
Obsolete. As with Billboard charts, this URL returns the complete album (longplay) chart history for the selected artist.
Germany2 German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) www.officialcharts.de year
date
Obsolete This website, instead of retrieving a complete chart history, it returns a weekly chart.
The date parameter must be filled as this: YYYYMMDD. It contains chart info from 1978 onwards.
Germany3 German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) www.officialcharts.de artist
album
Germany4 German Albums (Offizielle Top 100) www.offiziellecharts.de id
artist
album
id is the last number(s) at the end of the URL.
For example, the id of https://www.offiziellecharts.de/album-details-233637 is 233637
GermanyComp German Compilation Albums (Offizielle Top 100) www.charts.de year
date
This website, instead of retrieving a complete chart history, it returns a weekly chart.
The date parameter must be filled as this: YYYYMMDD. It contains chart info from 1992 onwards.
Greece Greek Albums (IFPI) www.greekcharts.com artist
album
This website only contains chart information from 2010 to week 31/2011.
Hungary Hungarian Albums (MAHASZ) www.mahasz.hu year
week
HungaryComp Hungarian Compilation Albums (MAHASZ) www.mahasz.hu year
week
Since 2000, under the main albums chart.
Italy Italian Albums (FIMI) www.italiancharts.com artist
album
Ireland Irish Albums (IRMA) www.chart-track.co.uk year
week
Obsolete Only from 2000 to 2016
Ireland2 Irish Albums (IRMA) www.irish-charts.com artist
Ireland3 Irish Albums (OCC) www.officialcharts.com artist
date
Official Irish Albums Chart Top 50 archive from January 6, 2017 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
IrelandClassical Irish Classical Albums (IRMA) www.chart-track.co.uk year
week
Obsolete
IrelandComp Irish Compilation Albums (IRMA) www.chart-track.co.uk year
week
Obsolete
IrelandIndependent Irish Independent Albums (IRMA) www.chart-track.co.uk year
week
Obsolete
Korea South Korean Albums (Gaon) www.gaonchart.co.kr date Overall albums (national and foreign). The date must be in the format: YYYY.MM.DD~YYYY.MM.DD, which can be retrieved from the Gaon page.
KoreaNat South Korean National Albums (Gaon) www.gaonchart.co.kr date Only albums by Korean artists included here. The date must be in the format: YYYY.MM.DD~YYYY.MM.DD, which can be retrieved from the Gaon page.
KoreaInt South Korean International Albums (Gaon) www.gaonchart.co.kr date Only albums from foreign artists included here. The date must be in the format: YYYY.MM.DD~YYYY.MM.DD, which can be retrieved from the Gaon page.
Mexico Mexican Albums (Top 100 Mexico) www.mexicancharts.com artist
album
The site contains chart information until the week 49, 2011. After that date, no information is available. Information beyond that week must be added with the Mexico2 ChartID.
Mexico2 Mexican Albums (Top 100 Mexico) www.amprofon.com.mx artist
album
archiveurl
archivedate
This ID needs the chart to be archived to secure future verifiability. That means, it must be used archiving the URL [1] with either WebCite or any other archiving method. Then, providing the parameters needed on the template. This might only be done if the peak position is beyond the week 49, 2011 and uptill week18, 2013. Since May 2013, some positions of the chart are published in the official Twitter account of AMPROFON including the number one position.
All parameters are mandatory. Archiving the PDF file or finding the arhived URL is highly recommended. On archiveurl the WebCite URL must be written.
Netherlands Dutch Albums (MegaCharts) www.dutchcharts.nl artist
album
NetherlandsComp Dutch Compilation Albums (MegaCharts) www.dutchcharts.nl artist
album
year
date
For this ID, the date and year paramenters are mandatory. date must be in this format:YYYYMMDD.
New Zealand New Zealand Albums (Recorded Music NZ) www.charts.nz artist
album
Norway Norwegian Albums (VG-lista) www.norwegiancharts.com artist
album
Oricon Japanese Albums (Oricon) www.oricon.co.jp date This is the Oricon Top 50 Albums chart. It is in Japanese and the only parameter needed is the date.
The date must follow this format: YYYY-MM-DD.
Poland Polish Albums (ZPAV) olis.onyx.pl id id is the last number(s) at the end of the URL.
For example, the id of http://olis.onyx.pl/listy/index.asp?idlisty=708 is 708
Portugal Portuguese Albums (AFP) www.portuguesecharts.com artist
album
Switzerland Swiss Albums (Schweizer Hitparade) www.swisscharts.com artist
album
Sweden Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan) www.swedishcharts.com artist
album
Spain Spanish Albums (PROMUSICAE) www.spanishcharts.com artist
album

UK charts

British charts
Chart ID Output Requirements Notes
UK UK Albums (OCC) artist As with Billboard charts, this URL returns the complete album chart history for the selected artist.
UK2 UK Albums (OCC) date UK Top 100 Albums archive from 22 July 1956 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKAmericana UK Americana Albums (OCC) artist
date
Americana albums archive from 29 January 2016 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKComp UK Compilation Albums (OCC) artist
date
Compilation albums archive from 6 February 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKCountry UK Country Albums (OCC) artist
date
Country albums archive from 30 January 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKDance UK Dance Albums (OCC) artist
date
Dance albums archive from 25 September 2005 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKDigital UK Digital Albums (OCC) artist
date
Digital albums archive from 9 April 2006 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKIndependent UK Independent Albums (OCC) artist
date
Independent albums archive from 12 October 1997 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKJazz UK Jazz & Blues Albums (OCC) date Jazz & blues albums archive from 30 January 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKProgressive UK Progressive Albums (OCC) artist
date
Progressive albums archive from 7 October 2015 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKR&B UK R&B Albums (OCC) artist
date
R&B albums archive from 9 October 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKRock UK Rock & Metal Albums (OCC) date Rock & metal albums archive from 9 October 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKSoundtrack UK Soundtrack Albums (OCC) date Soundtrack albums archive from 13 January 2002 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
Scotland Scottish Albums (OCC) artist
date
Scottish albums archive from 27 February 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
UKZobbel UK Albums (OCC) id
title
This uses Zobbel.de. id is the letter (A, B, C, etc.); title is what comes after "Chart Log UK:".

Billboard charts

Billboard charts all require the artist name. Special characters should be omitted from the artist's name to be passed correctly into the URL. For example,

  • {{Album chart|Billboard200|1|artist=Pnk}} is the syntax for citing a number 1 position on the Billboard 200 for P!nk.

The reference generated by the template will point to the following URL: http://www.billboard.com/music/pnk/chart-history/billboard-200.

Billboard chart entries
Chart ID Output Requirements Notes
Billboard200 US Billboard 200 artist
BillboardDigital US Digital Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardAlbumSales US Top Album Sales (Billboard) artist
BillboardDigital US Digital Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardDanceElectronic US Top Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardRandBHipHop US Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardRandB US Top R&B Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardRap US Top Rap Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardRock US Top Rock Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardAlternative US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardHardRock US Top Hard Rock Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardFolk US Top Folk Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardCountry US Top Country Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardBluegrass US Top Bluegrass Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardJazz US Top Jazz Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardContemporaryJazz US Top Contemporary Jazz Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardBlues US Top Blues Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardClassical US Top Classical Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardClassicalCrossover US Top Classical Crossover Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardLatin US Top Latin Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardRegionalMexican US Regional Mexican Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardLatinPop US Latin Pop Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardTropical US Tropical Albums (Billboard) artist Albums before the week of July 5, 2003 are listed on the Tropical Songs chart.
BillboardChristian US Christian Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardGospel US Top Gospel Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardHoliday US Top Holiday Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardHeatseekers US Heatseekers Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardIndependent US Independent Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardCatalog US Top Catalog Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardReggae US Top Reggae Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardWorld US World Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardComedy US Top Comedy Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardSoundtrack US Soundtrack Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardTastemaker US Top Tastemaker Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardVinyl US Top Vinyl Albums (Billboard) artist
BillboardCanada Canadian Albums (Billboard) artist

Music DVD charts

The following Chart IDs are for Music DVDs. These are different from Live albums and some charts defines them separately. The editor must be extremely careful with the naming when using some of the following IDs.

Music DVD sales charts
Chart ID Output Website used as archive Req. Notes
AustraliaMV Australian Music DVD (ARIA) www.ariacharts.com.au artist
dvd
archiveurl
archivedate
This ID needs the chart to be archived to secure future verifiability. That means, it must be used archiving the URL [2] with either WebCite or any other archiving method. Then, providing the parameters needed on the template. On archiveurl the WebCite URL must be written, and on url the original given above.
AustriaMV Austrian Music DVD (Ö3 Austria) www.austriancharts.at date The date parameter must be provided in the DD-MM-YYYY format.
FlandersMV Belgian Music DVD (Ultratop Flanders) www.ultratop.be artist
album
dvd
Don't forget to check as some albums have the [DVD] tag after the name (example: The Reel Me [DVD]). In that case, use the dvd parameter instead of the album parameter.
WalloniaMV Belgian Music DVD (Ultratop Wallonia) www.ultratop.be artist
album
dvd
Don't forget to check as some albums have the [DVD] tag after the name (example: The Reel Me [DVD]). In that case, use the dvd parameter instead of the album parameter.
DenmarkMV Danish Music DVD (Hitlisten) www.hitlisten.nu week
year
FinlandMV Finnish Music DVD (Suomen virallinen lista) www.ifpi.fi artist
album
FranceMV French Music DVD (SNEP) www.chartsinfrance.net id The id parameter can be found searching on the archive before selecting the year: For example http://www.chartsinfrance.net/charts/1544/videos-musicales.php.
ItalyMV Italian Music DVD (FIMI) www.fimi.it id The id parameter can be found searching on the archive before selecting the year: http://www.fimi.it/classifiche#/category:archive-dvd/year:2017.
IrelandMV Irish Music Videos (OCC) www.officialcharts.com artist
date
Irish Video Chart Top 50 archive from January 6, 2017 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
NetherlandsMV Dutch Music DVD (MegaCharts) www.dutchcharts.nl artist
album
dvd
Don't forget to check as some albums have the [DVD] tag after the name (example: The Reel Me [DVD]). In that case, use the dvd parameter instead of the album parameter.
SpainMV Spanish Music DVD (PROMUSICAE) www.promusicae.es year
week
The year parameter must contain the year from which the charting took place by scrolling in this URL. The week parameter must be in numbers. Example: 06 for June.
SwedenMV Swedish Music DVD (Sverigetopplistan) www.sverigetopplistan.se year
week
The URL ends with a six-digit number, in which the first four digits are the year and the last two are the week. Example: http://www.sverigetopplistan.se/netdata/ghl002.mbr/lista?liid=105&dfom=20160036.
SwitzerlandMV Swiss Music DVD (Schweizer Hitparade) www.swisscharts.com date The date parameter must be provided in the DD-MM-YYYY format.
UKMV UK Music Videos (OCC) www.officialcharts.com artist
date
Music Video Chart Top 50 archive from January 30, 1994 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYYMMDD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the archives of the OCC.
USMV US Music Videos (Billboard) www.billboard.biz artist
date
Music Video Sales chart archive from 1980 onwards.
The date parameter must be provided in the YYYY-MM-DD format, which is the issue date that can be found on the URL after clicking here.

Examples with table layout

Example with dummy data

Since this template produces only individual rows within a table, you will need to add (or already have) the table's framework in the article. Here is an example table with its corresponding output:

{| class="wikitable sortable" border="1"
|+Example album chart
|-
! scope="col"| Chart
! scope="col"| Peak position
|-
| row 1, cell 1
| row 1, cell 2
|-
| row 2, cell 1
| row 2, cell 2
|-
 {{Album chart|Billboard200|2|artist=Paramore}}
|-
 {{Album chart|BillboardRock|1|artist=Paramore}}
|}

{{reflist}}

Expands into:

Example album chart
Chart Peak position
row 1, cell 1 row 1, cell 2
row 2, cell 1 row 2, cell 2
US Billboard 200[1] 2
US Top Rock Albums (Billboard)[2] 1

Example with realistic data

Example using chart data from Homework (Daft Punk album):

{| class="wikitable sortable plainrowheaders"
|+Sales chart performance for ''Homework''
|-
! Chart (1997)
! Peak<br/>position
|-
|{{Album chart|Australia|37|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|refname=ARIA|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Norway|40|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|refname=HungM|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|New Zealand|8|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|refname=HungM2|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Netherlands|25|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Austria|34|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Flanders|7|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Wallonia|9|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|BillboardCanada|15|artist=Daft Punk|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Finland|34|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|France|3|refname=FAC|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Sweden|16|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|UK|8|artist=Daft Punk|album=Homework|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|{{Album chart|Billboard200|150|artist=Daft Punk|access-date=30 May 2012}}
|-
|}

{{reflist}}

Expands into:

Sales chart performance for Homework
Chart (1997) Peak
position
Australian Albums (ARIA)[1] 37
Norwegian Albums (VG-lista)[2] 40
New Zealand Albums (RMNZ)[3] 8
Dutch Albums (Album Top 100)[4] 25
Austrian Albums (Ö3 Austria)[5] 34
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Flanders)[6] 7
Belgian Albums (Ultratop Wallonia)[7] 9
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[8] 15
Finnish Albums (Suomen virallinen lista)[9] 34
French Albums (SNEP)[10] 3
Swedish Albums (Sverigetopplistan)[11] 16
UK Albums (OCC)[12] 8
US Billboard 200[13] 150
  1. ^ "Australiancharts.com – Daft Punk – Homework". Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  2. ^ "Norwegiancharts.com – Daft Punk – Homework". Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  3. ^ "Charts.nz – Daft Punk – Homework". Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  4. ^ "Dutchcharts.nl – Daft Punk – Homework" (in Dutch). Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  5. ^ "Austriancharts.at – Daft Punk – Homework" (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  6. ^ "Ultratop.be – Daft Punk – Homework" (in Dutch). Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  7. ^ "Ultratop.be – Daft Punk – Homework" (in French). Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  8. ^ "Daft Punk Chart History (Canadian Albums)". Billboard. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  9. ^ "Daft Punk: Homework" (in Finnish). Musiikkituottajat – IFPI Finland. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  10. ^ "Lescharts.com – Daft Punk – Homework". Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  11. ^ "Swedishcharts.com – Daft Punk – Homework". Hung Medien. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  12. ^ "Daft Punk | Artist | Official Charts". UK Albums Chart. Retrieved 30 May 2012.
  13. ^ "Daft Punk Chart History (Billboard 200)". Billboard. Retrieved 30 May 2012.

Tracking category

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See also

  • {{Single chart}} – counterpart of Album chart for chart positions for single releases.