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Album artist 656 - Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars Chart Profile

This page lists the album chart runs of Bruno Mars. A list of songs by Bruno Mars can be found here. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first.

# Artist Album Title Year Chart Entries
1 Bruno Mars Doo-wops & Hooligans 2011 UK 1 - Oct 2010 (50 weeks), Canada 1 for 2 weeks - 2011, ODK Germany 1 - Jan 2011 (83 weeks) (1 week at number 1) (18 weeks in top 10), Germany 1 - Jan 2011 (24 weeks), Grammy in 2011 (Nominated), US (Sup) Platinum (certified by RIAA in Mar 2011), Billboard 3 - Oct 2010 (284 weeks) (12 weeks in top 10), Australia (ARIA) 3 of 2011, the MusicID revenue site album 2 of 2011
2 Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox 2013 Billboard 1 - Dec 2012 (145 weeks) (1 week at number 1) (25 weeks in top 10), US num 1 for 1 week - Mar 2013, Canada 1 for 2 weeks - 2013, Australia num 1 for 3 weeks - Jan 2013, Australia (ARIA) 3 of 2013, US 4 of 2013, ODK Germany 4 - Dec 2012 (43 weeks) (1 week in top 10), Germany 4 - Dec 2012 (1 week), Billboard200 55, the MusicID revenue site album 1 of 2013
3 Bruno Mars 24K Magic 2017 Grammy in 2017, ODK Germany 9 - Nov 2016 (5 weeks) (1 week in top 10), Australia (ARIA) 16 of 2017, the MusicID revenue site album 2 of 2017
4 Bruno Mars Doo-Wops & Hooligans + Unorthodox Jukebox 2015 the MusicID revenue site album 75 of 2015
5 Bruno Mars It's Better If You Don't Understand (EP) 2010 Billboard 99 - May 2010 (1 week)

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15 Jun 2017

#3 - Doo-Wops & Hooligans

This Chart Entry s/b transferred from here to #2, (even though you are showingthe Album Title as being a combination of this Album & Unorthodox Jukebox). Since you already have a the revenue data entry for 'Unorthodox Jukebox' +it seems logical this Entry belongs to 'Doo-Wops'.

We've tried to fix the data, as you say the 2011 entry is certainly just "Doo-wops & Hooligans", but the 2015 entry is certainly a combination of the two albums.