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  • Shego
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    they forgot about it, they remastered 20 videos and that's all, too much work for them

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  • fridakahlo
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    Any idea what happen to the HD video of American Pie ?

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  • InFamous
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    Originally posted by BodyShop View Post

    Yes,but there's no other way to do it.
    It may be debatable if adjustments should be done in each country's methodology in order to get a more fair number but times are different indeed and i think it doesnt matter if 30 years ago one would need to leave their home to go buy a physical copy of their fave's single, so that would made them more special than now.
    Streaming made music consumption much more easily available and exactly because of that, songs and especially albums become an old story much quicker than before.
    I think its's quite an achievement for an artist to keep an audience interested in listening to their music for a sustained period of time now that the offer and ways to get music are so much wider than before.
    The bit that most cracks me up about this is when people act as if people years ago never left their homes except to buy albums

    Like people were out anyway and popping in to a record shop was really not the massive undertaking some people make it out to be

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  • maroon
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post
    You don't like it? It did got to #02 in UK in 1985 and again at #02 in 1991 so many people certainly like it.
    In UK it's Madonna 6th best selling song ever (including streaming equivalents) and will become Madonna 6th million seller in 2023 or 2024 almost certainly
    No, I don't like it and its chart fortunes in the UK have nothing to do with it.

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  • GaGarazzi
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    Any significant increase in I Want You's weekly streams?

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  • Carlito
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    Originally posted by britneylinda View Post
    Some figure sales on this list are wrong. Actually, Madonna's total album sales in France stand at 10 million and Céline's at 17 milion.And it makes sense that the gap between Céline's album sales and Madonna's in France is bigger than just 3 million .

    https://infodisc.fr/Vente_Artiste.php

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  • BodyShop
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    Originally posted by autumnwind View Post

    I know it does change. But just don't mix the orange and apple to compare directly because they are in different eras and completely different in order to give more advantages to current methods and artists over disadvantaged older acts and legends.
    thats my additional view. Not fair.
    Yes,but there's no other way to do it.
    It may be debatable if adjustments should be done in each country's methodology in order to get a more fair number but times are different indeed and i think it doesnt matter if 30 years ago one would need to leave their home to go buy a physical copy of their fave's single, so that would made them more special than now.
    Streaming made music consumption much more easily available and exactly because of that, songs and especially albums become an old story much quicker than before.
    I think its's quite an achievement for an artist to keep an audience interested in listening to their music for a sustained period of time now that the offer and ways to get music are so much wider than before.

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  • UnapologeticKenny
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    SPOTIFY UPDATE - 22/04/22 ~ 28/04/22
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    FOLLOWERS: 6,040,907 (+19,582)
    MONTHLY LISTENERS: 21,933,250 (-97,565) - #148 (-1)
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    TOTAL STREAMS (LEAD): 4,275,837,310 (+21,393,057 / %± LW: +0,66%)
    TOTAL STREAMS (WITH FEATS): 4,406,767,090 (+21,789,810 / %± LW: +0,67%)
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    # ALBUM WEEK STREAMS %± LW TOTAL STREAMS
    01 (=) Like A Virgin 3,286,523 -2.78% 544,672,607
    02 (=) True Blue 2,311,529 1.17% 426,685,930
    03 (=) Confessions on a Dance Floor 2,226,189 2.24% 400,017,507
    04 (=) Like A Prayer 1,784,760 5.92% 380,097,830
    05 (=) Hard Candy 1,272,235 1.78% 282,612,978
    06 (=) Madonna 974,636 -1.62% 237,455,625
    07 (=) Ray of Light 873,490 2.08% 206,372,216
    08 (=) I'm Breathless 695,258 1.23% 182,660,769
    09 (=) Music 546,226 3.64% 145,781,421
    10 (=) Rebel Heart 389,381 3.31% 254,433,351
    11 (=) Madame X 365,774 2.17% 199,312,739
    12 (=) Bedtime Stories 335,515 2.38% 81,763,473
    13 (=) MDNA 296,258 5.48% 129,029,538
    14 (=) American Life 236,942 5.27% 73,565,869
    15 (=) Erotica 206,610 7.05% 53,951,266
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    # SONG WEEK STREAMS %± LW TOTAL STREAMS
    01 (=) Frozen - Sickick Remix 2,599,598 -2.59% 56,052,399
    02 (=) Material Girl 2,279,756 -4.05% 283,780,573
    03 (=) Hung Up 1,587,290 2.52% 254,950,789
    04 (=) Like a Prayer 1,418,791 6.95% 291,078,392
    05 (=) La Isla Bonita 1,216,086 0.64% 211,407,235
    06 (=) 4 Minutes 1,021,181 1.19% 209,047,537
    07 (=) Like a Virgin 852,896 -0.22% 219,541,450
    08 (=) Vogue 660,579 0.75% 173,792,519
    09 (=) Holiday 560,541 -3.47% 135,566,609
    10 (+1) Papa Don't Preach 457,354 1.05% 86,712,283
    11 (+1) Into the Groove 454,203 0.75% 85,291,050
    12 (-2) Frozen - 070 Shake Remix 433,128 -9.21% 2,649,057
    13 (=) Frozen 410,198 1.65% 83,377,520
    14 (=) Crazy for You 394,035 4.27% 80,341,172
    15 (=) Frozen - Fireboy DML Remix 326,884 -6.86% 3,581,090
    16 (=) Sorry 287,211 -0.15% 54,141,741
    17 (=) Music 203,058 3.28% 55,722,010
    18 (=) Live to Tell 196,738 2.30% 40,874,401
    19 (=) Borderline 195,312 1.62% 42,999,208
    20 (=) Bitch I'm Madonna 192,596 2.13% 80,661,292
    21 (=) True Blue 189,583 2.57% 29,627,528
    22 (+1) Take a Bow 180,370 3.15% 38,945,216
    23 (-1) Ray of Light 178,796 2.10% 48,422,286
    24 (=) Express Yourself 172,891 2.50% 44,340,832
    25 (+1) American Pie 164,317 4.21% 38,188,688
    26 (-1) Open Your Heart 163,220 3.12% 37,455,522
    27 (=) Lucky Star 149,956 -0.84% 32,882,951
    28 (=) Give It 2 Me 142,466 4.87% 32,486,021
    29 (=) Jump 137,085 3.04% 27,644,224
    30 (=) The Power of Good-Bye 134,124 3.28% 31,021,614
    Spoiler!

    PS.: Streams from compilation versions and radio edits are merged with the original song's totals
    PS2.: No remixes are counted for the songs' or album' totals, with the exception of the ones originally released in the album tracklisting (Madonna, LAV, TB, MDNA and RH).

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    Some milestones:
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    * Confessions On A Dance Floor - 400 million *M's third album to reach this mark with my merging system*
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    * Crazy For You - 80 million *M's 13th most streamed song overall*
    * Falling Free - 2 million *188th*
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    NOTE: I don't what's happening to Miley's cover of Like A Prayer, but it's pretty clear that its currently popularity is reflecting a little over the original version here.

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  • autumnwind
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    Originally posted by BodyShop View Post
    Absolutely.
    Every time I (still) see someone complaining about streaming and the current charts, I cringe
    I know it does change. But just don't mix the orange and apple to compare directly because they are in different eras and completely different in order to give more advantages to current methods and artists over disadvantaged older acts and legends.
    thats my additional view. Not fair.
    Last edited by autumnwind; Fri April 29, 2022, 20:57.

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  • jjavier1978
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    Streams on Spotify 28/04/2022

    Frozen (Sickick Remix) 56,052,399 (+380,043)

    Fireboy DML Version 3,581,090 (+45,046)

    070 Shake Version 2,649,057 (+61,163)

    Total 486,252 daily streams

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  • cindycgy
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    She’s doing not bad in 2022 so far

    Last edited by cindycgy; Fri April 29, 2022, 20:06.

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  • wowsignal14
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    UK Charts (OCC):


    Vinyl Singles Chart
    #7. Who's That Girl (NEW)

    Physical Singles Chart
    #8. Who's That Girl (NEW)

    Singles Sales Chart (Pure Sales Physical + Digital)
    #13. Who's That Girl (NEW)

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  • BodyShop
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    Originally posted by wowsignal14 View Post



    ​​​​​​times change and so do methods of consumption
    Absolutely.
    Every time I (still) see someone complaining about streaming and the current charts, I cringe

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  • Forreal
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    Monthly listeners

    21.933.250

    - 39.127

    #148 overall

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  • pablob
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    As it had only been charting in France I didn't find it interesting to post, but it re-entered in Belgium yesterday, so...

    Frozen Sickick Remix
    Spotify (28-04-22)


    France #73 (+2) - 71.298
    Belgium #195 (RE) - 7.344

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  • wowsignal14
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    600 pages!

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  • britneylinda
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  • music126
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    Erotica Confessions Video hit 8 million recently. It's my favorite version of the song.

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  • MadNuno
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    Originally posted by maroon View Post
    Oh no, that's one of her worst ballads! No idea how it got to 50 million...
    "True Blue" should be streamed more, that's a real classic.
    You don't like it? It did got to #02 in UK in 1985 and again at #02 in 1991 so many people certainly like it.
    In UK it's Madonna 6th best selling song ever (including streaming equivalents) and will become Madonna 6th million seller in 2023 or 2024 almost certainly!

    "Hung Up" should get to 1 million later in 2022 or during 2023.

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  • BritneyMadonnastan
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    LAV, True blue , MDNA , HC get unessecary hate Madonna has no bad album and should be loved by fans much more

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  • BritneyMadonnastan
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    What is angel getting daily I hope it reaches 10M

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  • maroon
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    Originally posted by Artoo View Post
    Crazy For You deserves 500m views. It’s a classic 80s ballad and I wish she would give it more attention.
    Oh no, that's one of her worst ballads! No idea how it got to 50 million...
    "True Blue" should be streamed more, that's a real classic.

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  • wowsignal14
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    Originally posted by autumnwind View Post

    The biggest problem is that reaching the actual market or using the format is completely different. Buying Physical copies used to take more money and efforts. The price is more expensive both for physical albums and singles. Not only that, people had to go out to stores in person to get copies in the past and make extra special time to do so while people almost sit down today and keep streaming all day for free at home.
    how dare is it the same? I think billboard is becoming a total joke nowadays and they are refusing the past history themselves.
    actually quite pathetic and desperate move to build current artists and charts as more valuable legacy. Ridiculous.
    you just sound old and bitter.

    ​​​​​​times change and so do methods of consumption, you're just complaining about the new model without suggesting something that would be better.
    if you're insinuating that the chart should be sales only than the conversation ends here because no one in their right mind would think the charts would be representative of what's actually popular if they excluded streaming, the biggest format of music consumption by far nowadays.

    or would you want the recurrent rule to come back despite it being a very stupid rule for an albums chart which is why it got removed in the first place?

    i guess a better option would be revising all the weekly 1982-2009 issues including albums that were wrongly excluded from catalog charting, but it's just not feasible, the data is probably just lost or extremely hard to collect and for what? it's not worth the resources and time cause obviously no one really cares.

    madonna having 1,100 weeks in the context of the pure sales era + recurrent rule is obviously more impressive than newer acts doing it. data doesn't need to reflect that in its raw form, it reflects how impressive it is in its context ( a song from 1980 having 300m streams obviously is more impressive than a 2010 song having 500m streams)

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  • autumnwind
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    Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

    Not only that.

    From 1982 and until mid 2009 there was the 2 year rule (changed after Michael Jackson passing only).
    If the album fell out the TOP 100 for 1 week and was already over 2 years old would be removed from the chart FOREVER.

    During the 80's with 4 albums Adele would much probably have never accumulated more than 416 weeks (best case scenario) as the albums would be removed not to chart again. Same with many Taylor Swift albums returning to the charts for many weeks 2 years after release.
    The biggest problem is that reaching the actual market or using the format is completely different. Buying Physical copies used to take more money and efforts. The price is more expensive both for physical albums and singles. Not only that, people had to go out to stores in person to get copies in the past and make extra special time to do so while people almost sit down today and keep streaming all day for free at home.
    how dare is it the same? I think billboard is becoming a total joke nowadays and they are refusing the past history themselves.
    actually quite pathetic and desperate move to build current artists and charts as more valuable legacy. Ridiculous..

    This is a fact and what's exactly happening now. Billboard is mingling apples and oranges too. Thats what they are doing while they are different for their absurd chart survival game. Im not changing my opinion. I don't have to.
    Last edited by autumnwind; Fri April 29, 2022, 05:48.

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  • Artoo
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    I know some fans hate on it, but 4 Minutes really is that enduring hit. 14 years later and it’s still at the top end of all her streaming charts.

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