It wouldn't surprise me if some albums have been re-uploaded/re-mastered, had versions split etc and have those sales lost to the void. iTunes is just taking the raw data from what they have on the site now.
If I recall correctly, iTunes reported Angus & Julia Stone's 2010 album as the highest (or perhaps at least top 5) selling album on the platform of all time during one of the Nova countdowns, but it's not here either.
The list has been edited and extended to a Top 911. Just a few points:
- iTunes have added some albums to the list such as Foo Fighters' Greatest Hits, fun's Some Nights or Taylor Swift's Red - There are still some glaring omissions though such as Flume's self-titled, Lemonade, Cold Chisel's All For You among others - I was able to extend the list to a Top 911 thanks to LivePopBars. iTunes albums sales have dropped so much that it seems that albums below the current Top 123 have sold 0 units. Once you drop below that mark, the ranking corresponds the Bestsellers', minus those which sold a few copies in the latest update the ranking was done. Given you've got access to the Top 1006 Albums on LivePopBars, you can get the Top 911 best sellers. Of course there are probably still a few omissions given it does not include some albums that are still selling enough to be higher in the current Top 123 but that haven't quite sold enough to land in the Top 200 list of best sellers. Last edited: