ABBA are currently Worldwide iTunes 24th biggest Act - up from 53rd.
'ABBA Gold' is presently Worldwide iTunes 8th biggest Album - up from 10.
'ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits' is Worldwide iTunes 76th biggest Album - up from 88th.
For some reason, iTunes regards them as 2 different Albums, just because their Titles are slightly different.
If we combine the Points for them both, the ABBA Compilation would be the World's 5th biggest iTunes Album. The 4th had George Michael not died.
In European iTunes 'ABBA Gold' is the 3rd biggest Album, at present - up from No.5. George Michael's 1998 'Best Of' Album is 1st & Adele's '25' is 2nd,
The other 'ABBA Gold' is in 115th place - down from 93rd.
If we combine the 'ABBA Gold' Points, then that ABBA Album would over-take Adele's '25' to be - currently - the 2nd biggest iTunes Album in Europe. Incredibly, this means that had George not died, it would be Europe's 1st iTunes Best Seller - at present.
'Happy New Year' is currently Worldwide iTunes 38th biggest Song - up from No.112.
It is doing even better in European iTunes - the 18th biggest Song - up from 46th.
As usual, it is not doing anything at all in UK & Irish iTunes, even though ABBA are hugely popular in both Countries. It is as if it is unknown in the UK & Ireland. This is despite it selling a great many copies on 'Now That's What I Call Christmas' Albums, as well as ABBA's 'Super Trouper' Album.