Irthes debuted on week 50 of IFPI's Greek Albums Chart at number five, only coming behind Michalis Hatzigiannis ' 7 , Alkistis Protopsalti's Ki Eimaste Akoma Zondani , Antonis Remos ' Alithies & Psemata , and Eleftheria Arvanitaki 's Kai Ta Matia Kai I Kardia , where it also remained for a second week. The album moved up to number two in its third week on the chart, behind Anna Vissi 's album Apagorevmeno . In its fourth week, the album dropped to number 15, where it remained for its fifth week as well, however, it moved back up to number 6 in its sixth week.  It was certified gold after its fourteenth week, denoting shipments of 15 thousand copies, and as of the week 11/2009 charts, it has charted for 15 weeks.  From March 2009 to October 2010, IFPI Greece closed operations, making it impossible to track the album's sales through its database after that point. In 2009, IFPI lowered its thresholds to 12 thousand for platinum status, meaning Irthes would have automatically been converted to platinum status as its previous certified shipments had surpassed that amount, although any further sales are unknown.