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Les certifications décernées par le SNEP sont désormais automatiquement calculées par GFK. 

Après l’inclusion du streaming dans les classements des meilleures ventes d’albums en juillet 2016, c’est au tour des disques d’or, de platine et de diamant d’intégrer les performances en streaming  des titres et des albums pour les enregistrements commercialisés depuis le 1er janvier 2016.

Pour les singles : streaming + téléchargements

Les téléchargements d’un titre sont convertis en équivalent streams (sur la base de 1 téléchargement = 150 streams) et sont ensuite ajoutés aux volumes de streaming de ce titre.

Le classement s’opère sur la base décroissante des volumes calculés.

Pour les albums : streaming + téléchargements + physique

Les écoutes en streaming sont converties en équivalent-ventes et ajoutées aux ventes physiques (CD & Vinyles) et aux ventes en téléchargement.

Méthode de conversion streaming/ ventes d’album : On additionne les volumes d’écoutes en streaming de tous les titres d’un album – le titre le plus écouté est divisé par 2- et on divise ces volumes par 1000 pour obtenir l’équivalent-ventes.

Les seuils 2016 incluant le streaming :

Singles – Equivalences Streams (streaming + téléchargements)

  • Singles or : 10 millions d’équivalent streams
  • Singles platine : 20 millions d’équivalent streams
  • Singles diamant : 35 millions d’équivalent streams

Albums – Equivalences ventes (physique + streaming + téléchargements)

  • Albums or : 50 000 Equivalent ventes
  • Albums  platine : 100 000 Equivalent ventes
  • Albums double platine : 200 000 Equivalent ventes
  • Albums triple platine : 300 000 Equivalent ventes
  • Albums diamant : 500 000 Equivalent ventes

Les seuils jusqu’en 2015 :


  • Singles or : 75 000 exemplaires
  • Singles platine : 150 000 exemplaires
  • Singles diamant : 250 000 exemplaires


  • Albums or : 50 000 exemplaires
  • Albums platine : 100 000 exemplaires
  • Albums double platine : 200 000 exemplaires
  • Albums triple platine : 300 000 exemplaires
  • Albums diamant : 500 000 exemplaires
  • Albums double diamant : 1 000 000 exemplaires
  • Albums triple diamant : 1 500 000 exemplaires
  • Albums quadruple diamant : 2 000 000 exemplaires


  • Vidéos or : 7 500 exemplaires
  • Vidéos platine : 15 000 exemplaires
  • Vidéos double platine : 30 000 exemplaires
  • Vidéos triple platine : 45 000 exemplaires
  • Vidéos diamant : 60 000 exemplaires
Daft Punk discography

Daft Punk performing at the O2 Wireless Festival in 2007

Studio albums4
Live albums2
Compilation albums1
Video albums1
Music videos18
Soundtrack albums1
Remix albums3

French electronic music duo Daft Punk has released four studio albums, two live albums, one compilation album, one soundtrack album, three remix albums, one video album, twenty-two singles and eighteen music videos. Group members Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo met in 1987 while studying at the Lycée Carnot secondary school.[1] They subsequently recorded several demo tracks with each other, forming Daft Punk in 1993.[1] Their debut single "The New Wave" was released the following year on the Soma Quality Recordings label.[1] Daft Punk first found commercial success with the release of their second single "Da Funk", which peaked at number seven in France and topped the United States BillboardHot Dance Club Play chart.[2][3]

After signing to Virgin Records, the duo released their debut studio album Homework in March 1997.[4] The album peaked at number three in France, earning a platinum certification from the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique (SNEP).[2][5] The success of Homework also brought worldwide attention to progressive house music, and it has since been viewed as a landmark album of the genre.[6] The Homework single "Around the World" became a top five hit in several European countries and gave the duo their first entry on the US Billboard Hot 100, where it peaked at number 61.[2][7] The album also produced the singles "Burnin'" and "Revolution 909".

Daft Punk released their second studio album Discovery in February 2001. The album peaked at number two in France and attained a triple platinum certification from the SNEP.[2][8]Discovery also performed well internationally, becoming a top ten chart hit in countries such as Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.[9][10][11] "One More Time", the album's first single, became a number-one hit in France and on the Billboard dance chart.[2][3] The single also reached the top ten on the charts of Australia, Germany and the United Kingdom.[12][13][14] An additional six singles were released from Discovery: "Aerodynamic", "Digital Love", "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger", "Face to Face" and "Something About Us". Daft Punk also oversaw the release of Interstella 5555: The 5tory of the 5ecret 5tar 5ystem, a 2003 film featuring tracks from Discovery as its soundtrack.[15]Human After All, the duo's third studio album, was released in March 2005 to mixed reviews.[16] Nonetheless, the album topped the BillboardDance/Electronic Albums chart and peaked at number three in France.[2][17]Human After All featured the singles "Robot Rock", "Technologic", "Human After All" and "The Prime Time of Your Life".

Following their Alive 2006/2007 tour, Daft Punk composed the score for the 2010 film Tron: Legacy and released an accompanying soundtrack album. The album produced the single "Derezzed" and became the duo's first top five album on the Billboard 200.[2][18] It also received gold certifications from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the SNEP.[19][20]Random Access Memories, Daft Punk's first studio album in eight years, was released in May 2013 and topped several charts worldwide.[21] In the United States, the album debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with first-week sales of 339,000 copies.[22] "Get Lucky", the first single from Random Access Memories, also experienced chart success in several countries.[23]


Studio albums[edit]

Live albums[edit]

Soundtrack albums[edit]

Remix albums[edit]

Compilation albums[edit]

Video albums[edit]


As lead artist[edit]

As featured artist[edit]

Other charted songs[edit]

Production and remix credits[edit]

Music videos[edit]


  1. ^"Da Funk" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number eight on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]
  2. ^"Aerodynamic" and "Digital Love" charted as a double A-side single in Australia.[12]
  3. ^"Technologic" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 16 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]
  4. ^"Derezzed" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number three on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]
  5. ^"Lose Yourself to Dance" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number three on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]
  6. ^"Doin' It Right" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]
  7. ^"Instant Crush" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 16 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]
  8. ^"Give Life Back to Music" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100, but peaked at number 13 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[69]