Talk:Recorded Music NZ
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The two entities have seperate roles (RIANZ is a representative body, PPNZ is a performance rights society). In a larger historical context, there has been widespread confusion of the roles of each caused by incorporating them under one unbrella. Ppnz (talk) 00:26, 18 June 2009 (UTC)
There should be a Most #1 Albums list
Single certification levels
According to a scan of The complete New Zealand music charts, 1966-2006: singles, albums, DVDs, compilations from 2007, the certification levels for singles have gone up and down through the ages.