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The album-equivalent unit is a measurement unit in music industry to define the consumption of music that equals the purchase of one album copy. The album-equivalent unit was introduced in the mid- s as an answer to the drop of album sales in the 21st century. The usage of the album-equivalent units revolutionized the charts from the "best-selling albums" ranking into the "most popular albums" ranking. Beginning with the December 13, , issue, the Billboard albums chart revised its ranking methodology with album-equivalent unit instead of pure album sales.