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Billboard Hot 100 (USA)Edit

  • Most Weeks at Number 1: 24 Weeks, The Flood (2008–2009)
  • Most Total Weeks in the Top 10: 67 Weeks, The Flood (2008–2010)
  • Most Consecutive Weeks in the Top 10 after going straight in to top 10: 67 Weeks, The Flood
  • Most total weeks in the Top 100: 174 Weeks, The Flood (2008–2012)
  • Songs straight in at Number 1: Earthquake, What About Now?, Wake Up Call, More Than You'll Ever Know, Pass Out, Stereo Hearts, Moves Like Jagger, Wake Up Call (Re-Mix), Written in the Stars, Eight Letters, Love Struck, Hall of Fame
  • Most self-replacement's at Number One: 6
  • 2nd most Top 100 entries (includes collaborations): 137, 50 singles, 87 collaborations
  • Most Top 40 entries: 81, 50 singles, 31 collaborations
  • Most Top 10 entries: 80, 50 singles, 30 collaborations
  • Most Number 1 singles: 60, 50 singles, 10 collaborations
  • Most conseuctive Number 1 Singles: 50 (excluding collaborations)
  • Most cumulative weeks at Number: 317 Weeks
  • Simultaneously occupying the top two positions: JAT held the Top 7 in November 24, 2009
  1. Written in the Stars
  2. Rule the World
  3. Kidz
  4. Wet (ft. Girls Aloud)
  5. Wishing on a Star
  6. The Flood
  7. Dance with me Tonight

Hot 40 (UK)Edit

All Records exclude collaborations

  • Most Number 1's: 50
  • Most Weeks at Number 1: 375
  • Longest Run at Number 1: 26 Weeks, The Flood (2008–2009)
  • Best Selling Single: 27.5 Million, Hall of Fame (2012)
  • Self Replacement at Number 1: 12 times
  • Most Weeks on the Chart (15 Nov 1952 – present): 1,785 weeks
  • Youngest average age for a band to have a number 1 album: 15.75 years, JAT
  • Most Consecutive Top 5 hits: 50
  • Most Consecutive Top 10 hits: 50
  • Most Weeks in the Top 75 by a single: 145 Weeks, The Flood
  • Album with most-original Number 1 singles: 6, Lovestruck, Thunderstorm, Statues, One For All, Last Time, Rockstar
  • Album with