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  • Originally posted by BritneyMadonnastan View Post
    Did Madonna sell more pure sales in the 90s or 80s
    Probably in the 90's.

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    • LONGEST-CHARTING GREATEST HITS COMPILATIONS BY FEMALE ARTISTS
      1. Madonna - The Immaculate Collection (1990, 148 weeks)*
      2. Carrie Underwood - Greatest Hits: Decade #1 (2014, 147 weeks)
      3. P!nk - Greatest Hits...So Far!!! (2010, 133 weeks)
      4. Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You: The Best of Whitney Houston (2012, 103 weeks)
      5. Reba McEntire - Greatest Hits Volume Two (1993, 94 weeks)
      6. Celine Dion - All the Way: A Decade of Song (2000, 89 weeks)
      7. The Supremes - Greatest Hits (1967, 89 weeks)
      8. Linda Ronstadt - Greatest Hits (1976, 80 weeks)
      9. Shania Twain - Greatest Hits (2004, 77 weeks)
      10. Gloria Estefan - Greatest Hits (1992, 77 weeks)
      * - technically Madonna has the second longest-charting compilation album by a female artist. Musician H.E.R.'s 2017 self-titled compilation spent 181 weeks on the Billboard 200. But in terms of career-spanning compilations, Madonna is still at the top.
      Last edited by BadMan125; Wed June 29, 2022, 16:54.
      "Crime is increasing
      Trigger happy policing..."
      -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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      • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post
        LONGEST-CHARTING GREATEST HITS COMPILATIONS BY FEMALE ARTISTS[LIST=1][*]Madonna - The Immaculate Collection (1990, 148 weeks)*[*]Carrie Underwood - Greatest Hits: Decade #1 (2014, 147 weeks)[*]P!nk - Greatest Hits...So Far!!! (2010, 133 weeks)
        I assume this is from US BB 200 Chart.

        And Madonna album was removed the TOP Catalog where it spent quite a few weeks when chart rules were different and was not allowed to chart on Billboard 200 again (until mid 2009). I'm sure around half those weeks would have charted also on BB 200 if it was allowed.

        All the following albums were released on a time that they would not be removed from TOP 200 if they were bellow place #100 on 104 week after release.

        With luck TIC may re-entry for 1 week on Billboard TOP 200 on the week FEL is released in August - not much likely but not impossible at all to happen.

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        • MOST SUCCESSFUL MADONNA ADULT CONTEMPORARY SINGLES FROM MOST WEEKS TO LEAST (1984-2019)
          1. "Take a Bow" (1994, 35 weeks - #1 for 9 weeks)
          2. "You'll See" (1995, 28 weeks - #5)
          3. "I'll Remember" (1994, 28 weeks - #1 for 4 weeks)
          4. "Secret" (1994, 25 weeks - #2)
          5. "Frozen" (1998, 26 weeks - #8)
          6. "Rain" (1993, 25 weeks - #7)
          7. "The Power of Good-Bye" (1999, 22 weeks - #14)
          8. "This Used to Be My Playground" (1992, 20 weeks - #4) - I'm shocked by this one. I could've sworn this was number one!
          9. "Cherish" (1989, 18 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
          10. "Live to Tell" (1986, 18 weeks - #1 for 3 weeks)
          11. "Like a Prayer" (1989, 18 weeks - #3)
          12. "Crazy for You" (1985 - 17 weeks - #2)
          13. "La Isla Bonita" (1987 - 17 weeks - #1 for a week)
          14. "Angel" (1985 - 17 weeks - #4)
          15. "True Blue" (1986, 16 weeks - #5)
          16. "Express Yourself" (1989, 15 weeks - #12)
          17. "Open Your Heart" (1986, 14 weeks - #12)
          18. "Who's That Girl" (1987, 14 weeks - #5)
          19. "You Must Love Me" (1996, 14 weeks - #15)
          20. "Crave" (2019, 14 weeks - #11)
          21. "Vogue" (1990, 13 weeks - #23)
          22. "Papa Don't Preach" (1986, 13 weeks - #16)
          23. "Jump" (2006, 13 weeks - #21)
          24. "Ghosttown" (2015, 12 weeks - #18)
          25. "Borderline" (1984, 11 weeks - #23)
          26. "Keep It Together" (1990, 11 weeks - #32)
          27. "Beautiful Stranger" (1999, 10 weeks - #23)
          28. "Lucky Star" (1984, 10 weeks - #19)
          29. "American Pie" (2000, 8 weeks - #21)
          30. "What It Feels Like for a Girl" (2001, 7 weeks - #27)
          31. "Like a Virgin" (1984, 7 weeks - #29)
          32. "Dress You Up" (1985, 7 weeks - #32)
          33. "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" (1997, 6 weeks - #21)
          34. "Causing a Commotion" (1987, 5 weeks - #37)
          35. "Hung Up" (2005, 4 weeks - #29)
          36. "Material Girl" (1985, 2 weeks - #38)
          37. "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" (1996, 2 weeks - #29)

          543 cumulative weeks including 19 cumulative weeks at the top spot
          "Crime is increasing
          Trigger happy policing..."
          -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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          • Streams on Spotify 28/06/2022

            Frozen (Sickick Remix) 74,259,249 (+237,538)

            Fireboy DML Version 5,891,284 (+30,601)

            070 Shake Version 5,065,744 (+26,170)

            Frozen On Fire 1,402,602 (+16,174)

            Total 310,483 Daily Streams = 86,618,879 in Total Streams
            Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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            • MOST SUCCESSFUL MADONNA HOT DANCE CLUB SONGS FROM MOST WEEKS TO LEAST (1982-2020)
              1. "Lucky Star/Holiday" (1983, 17 weeks - #1 for 5 weeks)
              2. "Everybody" (1982, 17 weeks - #3)
              3. "Hung Up" (2005, 17 weeks - #1 for 4 weeks)
              4. "Jump" (2006, 17 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              5. "Sorry" (2006, 17 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              6. "Get Together" (2006, 16 weeks - #1 for a week)
              7. "Burning Up/Physical Attraction" (1983, 16 weeks - #3)
              8. "Bedtime Story" (1994, 16 weeks - #1 for a week)
              9. "Borderline" (1984, 15 weeks - #4)
              10. "I Don't Search I Find" (2019, 15 weeks - #1 for a week)
              11. "Nothing Fails" (Remixes) (2003, 15 weeks - #1 for a week)
              12. "Love Profusion (R. Rosario, Craig J., Passengerz, & Blow-Up Mixes)" (2004, 15 weeks - #1 for a week)
              13. "Nobody Knows Me" (P. Rauhofer, Above & Beyond, Mount Sims Mixes) (2003, 14 weeks - #4)
              14. "Don't Tell Me" (2000, 14 weeks - #1 for a week)
              15. "Die Another Day" (2002, 14 weeks - #1 for a week)
              16. "Give It 2 Me" (2008, 14 weeks - #1 for a week)
              17. "Medellin" (2019, 14 weeks - #1 for a week)
              18. "Living for Love" (2015, 14 weeks - #1 for a week)
              19. "Ray of Light" (1998, 14 weeks - #1 for 4 weeks)
              20. "Justify My Love" (1990, 13 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              21. "Like a Virgin" (1984, 13 weeks - #1 for 4 weeks)
              22. "Music" (2000, 13 weeks - #1 for 5 weeks)
              23. "Revolver" (2010, 13 weeks - #4)
              24. "Miles Away" (2009, 13 weeks - #2)
              25. "Me Against the Music" (Britney & Madonna; 2003, 13 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              26. "Mother And Father" (P. Rauhofer Remix) (2005, 13 weeks - #9)
              27. "Celebration" (2009, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              28. "4 Minutes" (2008, 12 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              29. "American Life" (Remixes) (2003, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              30. "Hollywood" (Remixes) (2003, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              31. "Impressive Instant" (Tiesto & Deep Dish Mix) (2001, 12 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              32. "B***h I'm Madonna" (2015, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              33. "I Rise" (2019, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              34. "Crave" (2019, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              35. "Frozen" (1998, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              36. "Open Your Heart" (1986, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              37. "Deeper and Deeper" (1992, 12 weeks - #1 for a week)
              38. "Nothing Really Matters" (1999, 12 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              39. "Secret" (1994, 12 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              40. "Human Nature" (1995, 12 weeks - #2)
              41. "Fever" (1993, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              42. "Beautiful Stranger" (1999, 11 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              43. "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" (1997, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              44. "Buenos Aires" (1997, 11 weeks - #3)
              45. "You Can Dance" (LP cuts) (1987, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              46. "Vogue" (1990, 11 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              47. "American Pie" (2000, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              48. "Angel/Into the Groove" (1985, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              49. "Ghosttown" (2015, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              50. "Girl Gone Wild" (2012, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              51. "Turn Up the Radio" (2012, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              52. "What It Feels Like for a Girl" (2001, 11 weeks - #1 for a week)
              53. "Madonna Megamix" (2001, 11 weeks - #5)
              54. "Give Me All Your Luvin'" (2012, 10 weeks - #1 for a week)
              55. "Express Yourself" (1989, 10 weeks - #1 for 3 weeks)
              56. "Like a Prayer" (1989, 10 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
              57. "Erotica" (1992, 10 weeks - #1 for a week)
              58. "Rescue Me" (1991, 10 weeks - #6)
              59. "Papa Don't Preach" (1986, 10 weeks - #4)
              60. "Love Don't Live Here Anymore" (1996, 10 weeks - #16)
              61. "Keep It Together" (1990, 10 weeks - #1 for a week)
              62. "Causing a Commotion" (Remix) (1990, 9 weeks - #1 for a week)
              63. "Material Girl" (1985, 9 weeks - #1 for a week)
              64. "Dress You Up" (Remix) (1985, 9 weeks - #3)
              65. "True Blue" (1986, 8 weeks - #6)
              66. "Sky Fits Heaven" (1998, 6 weeks - #41)
              67. "Who's That Girl" (Remix) (1987, 2 weeks - #44)

              817 cumulative weeks (the most of any artist on this chart at least, no idea about George Strait's 50 number one country hits) with 81 weeks atop the chart.
              "Crime is increasing
              Trigger happy policing..."
              -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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              • MOST SUCCESSFUL MADONNA BILLBOARD HOT 100 SINGLES FROM MOST WEEKS TO LEAST (1983-2015)
                1. "Borderline" (1984, 30 weeks - #10)
                2. "Take a Bow" (1994, 30 weeks - #1 for 7 weeks) - longest number one single of her entire career
                3. "I'll Remember" (1994, 26 weeks - #2)
                4. "Vogue" (1990, 24 weeks - #1 for 3 weeks)
                5. "Music" (2000, 24 weeks - #1 for 4 weeks)
                6. "Secret" (1994, 22 weeks - #3)
                7. "Holiday" (1983, 21 weeks - #16)
                8. "Don't Tell Me" (2000, 21 weeks - #4)
                9. "Crazy for You" (1985, 21 weeks - #1 for a week)
                10. "Hung Up" (2005, 20 weeks - #7)
                11. "4 Minutes" (2008, 20 weeks - #3)
                12. "Rain" (1993, 20 weeks - #14)
                13. "This Used to Be My Playground" (1992, 20 weeks - #1 for a week)
                14. "You'll See" (1995, 20 weeks - #6)
                15. "You Must Love Me" (1996, 20 weeks - #18)
                16. "Frozen" (1998, 20 weeks - #2)
                17. "Ray of Light" (1998, 20 weeks - #5)
                18. "The Power of Good-Bye" (1999, 19 weeks - #11)
                19. "Beautiful Stranger" (1999, 19 weeks - #19)
                20. "Like a Virgin" (1984, 19 weeks - #1 for 6 weeks)
                21. "Live to Tell" (1986, 18 weeks - #1 for a week)
                22. "Open Your Heart" (1987, 18 weeks - #1 for a week)
                23. "Causing a Commotion" (1987, 18 weeks - #2)
                24. "Papa Don't Preach" (1986, 18 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
                25. "Erotica" (1992, 18 weeks - #3)
                26. "Deeper and Deeper" (1992, 17 weeks - #7)
                27. "La Isla Bonita" (1987, 17 weeks - #4)
                28. "Material Girl" (1985, 17 weeks - #2)
                29. "Angel" (1985, 17 weeks - #5)
                30. "Die Another Day" (2002, 17 weeks - #8)
                31. "Express Yourself" (1989, 16 weeks - #2)
                32. "True Blue" (1986, 16 weeks - #3)
                33. "Like a Prayer" (1989, 16 weeks - #1 for 3 weeks)
                34. "Justify My Love" (1990, 16 weeks - #1 for 2 weeks)
                35. "Dress You Up" (1985, 16 weeks - #5)
                36. "Lucky Star" (1984, 16 weeks - #4)
                37. "Who's That Girl" (1987, 16 weeks - #1 for a week)
                38. "Don't Cry for Me Argentina" (1996, 16 weeks - #8)
                39. "Human Nature" (1995, 15 weeks - #46)
                40. "Cherish" (1989, 15 weeks - #2)
                41. "Oh Father" (1989, 13 weeks - #20)
                42. "Keep It Together" (1990, 13 weeks - #8)
                43. "Me Against the Music" (Britney & Madonna) (2003, 13 weeks - #35)
                44. "Hanky Panky" (1990, 11 weeks - #10)
                45. "Bad Girl" (1993, 11 weeks - #36)
                46. "What It Feels Like for a Girl" (2001, 10 weeks - #23)
                47. "American Pie" (2000, 9 weeks - #29)
                48. "American Life" (2003, 8 weeks - #37)
                49. "Rescue Me" (1991, 8 weeks - #9)
                50. "Love Don't Live With Me Anymore" (1996, 8 weeks - #78)
                51. "Bedtime Story" (1995, 7 weeks - #42)
                52. "Sorry" (2006, 6 weeks - #58)
                53. "Give Me All Your Luvin'" (2012, 6 weeks - #10)
                54. "B**** I'm Madonna" (2015, 2 weeks - #84)
                55. "Nothing Really Matters" (1999, 2 weeks - #93)
                56. "Give It 2 Me" (2008, 1 week - #57)
                57. "Celebration" (2009, 1 week - #71)
                898 cumulative weeks with 32 weeks at number one
                "Crime is increasing
                Trigger happy policing..."
                -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                • MOST SUCCESSFUL MADONNA ALBUMS ON THE BILLBOARD 200 FROM MOST WEEKS TO LEAST
                  1. Madonna (1983, 168 weeks - #8)
                  2. The Immaculate Collection (1990, 148 weeks - #2)
                  3. Like a Virgin (1984, 109 weeks - #1 for 3 weeks)
                  4. True Blue (1986, 82 weeks - #1 for 5 weeks)
                  5. Ray of Light (1998, 78 weeks - #2)
                  6. Like a Prayer (1989, 77 weeks - #1 for 6 weeks) - her longest running number one album to date
                  7. Music (2000, 55 weeks - #1 for a week)
                  8. Erotica (1992, 53 weeks - #2)
                  9. Bedtime Stories (1994, 48 weeks - #3)
                  10. Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005, 37 weeks - #1 for a week)
                  11. Something to Remember (1995, 34 weeks - #6)
                  12. Evita (1996, 30 weeks - #2)
                  13. Hard Candy (2008, 30 weeks - #1 for a week)
                  14. Who's That Girl (1987, 28 weeks - #7)
                  15. I'm Breathless: Music From And Inspired By The Film Dick Tracy (1990, 25 weeks - #2)
                  16. You Can Dance (1987, 22 weeks - #14)
                  17. GHV2: Greatest Hits Volume Two (2001, 18 weeks - #7)
                  18. Celebration (2009, 17 weeks - #7)
                  19. American Life (2003, 13 weeks - #1 for a week)
                  20. MDNA (2012, 13 weeks - #1 for a week)
                  21. Rebel Heart (2015, 11 weeks - #2)
                  22. The Confessions Tour (2005, 6 weeks - #15)
                  23. Sticky & Sweet Tour (2009, 4 weeks - #10)
                  24. I'm Gonna Tell You a Secret (2006, 4 weeks - #33)
                  25. Madame X (2019, 2 weeks - #1 for a week)
                  26. MDNA Tour (2013, 1 week - #90)
                  27. Remixed & Revisited (2003, 1 week - #115)

                  1,114 cumulative weeks with 20 cumulative weeks atop the charts
                  "Crime is increasing
                  Trigger happy policing..."
                  -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                  • With 1,114 cumulative weeks on the Billboard 200 and 898 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, Madonna has spent a combined total of 2,012 weeks on the main Billboard pop singles and albums chart.
                    "Crime is increasing
                    Trigger happy policing..."
                    -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                    • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post
                      MOST SUCCESSFUL MADONNA ALBUMS ON THE BILLBOARD 200 FROM MOST WEEKS TO LEAST
                      1. Madonna (1983, 168 weeks - #8)
                      2. The Immaculate Collection (1990, 148 weeks - #2)
                      3. Like a Virgin (1984, 109 weeks - #1 for 3 weeks)
                      4. True Blue (1986, 82 weeks - #1 for 5 weeks)
                      5. Ray of Light (1998, 78 weeks - #2)
                      6. Like a Prayer (1989, 77 weeks - #1 for 6 weeks) - her longest running number one album to date
                      7. Music (2000, 55 weeks - #1 for a week)
                      8. Erotica (1992, 53 weeks - #2)
                      9. Bedtime Stories (1994, 48 weeks - #3)
                      10. Confessions on a Dance Floor (2005, 37 weeks - #1 for a week)
                      11. Something to Remember (1995, 34 weeks - #6)
                      12. Evita (1996, 30 weeks - #2)
                      13. Hard Candy (2008, 30 weeks - #1 for a week)
                      14. Who's That Girl (1987, 28 weeks - #7)
                      15. I'm Breathless: Music From And Inspired By The Film Dick Tracy (1990, 25 weeks - #2)
                      16. You Can Dance (1987, 22 weeks - #14)
                      17. GHV2: Greatest Hits Volume Two (2001, 18 weeks - #7)
                      18. Celebration (2009, 17 weeks - #7)
                      19. American Life (2003, 13 weeks - #1 for a week)
                      20. MDNA (2012, 13 weeks - #1 for a week)
                      21. Rebel Heart (2015, 11 weeks - #2)
                      22. The Confessions Tour (2005, 6 weeks - #15)
                      23. Sticky & Sweet Tour (2009, 4 weeks - #10)
                      24. I'm Gonna Tell You a Secret (2006, 4 weeks - #33)
                      25. Madame X (2019, 2 weeks - #1 for a week)
                      26. MDNA Tour (2013, 1 week - #90)
                      27. Remixed & Revisited (2003, 1 week - #115)

                      1,114 cumulative weeks with 20 cumulative weeks atop the charts
                      Thé longevity of debut is insane , music and erotica did very well

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                      • Wait Madame X lasted only 2 f'ing weeks on the Billboard top 200 ?
                        It must have traumatized me so much that i completed deleted that from my mind

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                        • Originally posted by BodyShop View Post
                          Wait Madame X lasted only 2 f'ing weeks on the Billboard top 200 ?
                          It must have traumatized me so much that i completed deleted that from my mind
                          Madame X was actually 2 weeks...inside the top 200, lmao.

                          1- 77- out of the top 200.
                          "Your actions speak louder than promises/You're inclined to make and inclined to break"

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                          • Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

                            I assume this is from US BB 200 Chart.

                            And Madonna album was removed the TOP Catalog where it spent quite a few weeks when chart rules were different and was not allowed to chart on Billboard 200 again (until mid 2009). I'm sure around half those weeks would have charted also on BB 200 if it was allowed.

                            All the following albums were released on a time that they would not be removed from TOP 200 if they were bellow place #100 on 104 week after release.

                            With luck TIC may re-entry for 1 week on Billboard TOP 200 on the week FEL is released in August - not much likely but not impossible at all to happen.
                            It might but I have no idea if it's still in stock today since there are now so many greatest hits compilations to choose from.

                            And yes this is from the Billboard 200.
                            "Crime is increasing
                            Trigger happy policing..."
                            -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                            • Originally posted by BodyShop View Post
                              Wait Madame X lasted only 2 f'ing weeks on the Billboard top 200 ?
                              It must have traumatized me so much that i completed deleted that from my mind
                              I think it made news for one of the biggest tumbles a number one album had at the time. It basically came and went.
                              "Crime is increasing
                              Trigger happy policing..."
                              -- Marvin Gaye ("Inner City Blues")

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                              • Originally posted by BadMan125 View Post

                                I think it made news for one of the biggest tumbles a number one album had at the time. It basically came and went.
                                Today albums that don't have any streaming hits are staying less and less time in BB200, especially from Legacy Artists that already have less streaming (75% of streams are still generated by under 30 yo people despite that percentage is shrinking each year as older people stream more and more each day).

                                Streaming is more and more a big share of album weekly album "chart sales" in most countries, especailly US and UK where streaming is worth a lot more.
                                Sometimes an album with a few moderate streaming hits can stay endless weeks on the album charts selling less than 100 pure sales units per week based only on strreaming points.

                                "Madame X" on BB TOP Album Sales It spent 2 weeks in TOP 10, 4 weeks in TOP 40 and 9 in the TOP 100 (7 weeks and returned to the TOP 100 later for 2 more weeks):

                                #01 - #09 - #23 - #30 - #49 - #58 - #59 - out (it did returned later for 2 more weeks but not sure when or where it landed).

                                On Year End BB TOP Album Sales was #57

                                On BB TOP Current Album Sales (the equivalent to old album charts rules before 2009) spent 19 weeks on the TOP 100 Chart:

                                #01 - #09 - #21 - #24 - #41 - #44 - #48 - #72 - #96 - #100 - #85 - #82 - #85 - #85 - #70 - #90 - #// - #45 - #// - #82 - #// - #// - #59

                                On Year End BB TOP Current Album Sales was #45

                                We all know that Madonna is now a legacy artist and not competing with new girls anymore.This also means she doesn't have streaming power enough to let her stay longer on Album Charts, the equivalent to older chart rules album charts are the ones where we can measure how she is doing. "Madame X" did poorly even there (was not a disaster but was not a blockbuster either).

                                That said, if her "Frozen Sickick remix" is included in one her next albums will ceratinly help it a bit more than usual stay longer on the charts due to streaming (if they don't lose the momentum and releasing that album decades from now )

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                                • Madame X was such an amazing spy if you blinked you missed her on the charts
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                                  • Originally posted by MadNuno View Post


                                    That said, if her "Frozen Sickick remix" is included in one her next albums will ceratinly help it a bit more than usual stay longer on the charts due to streaming (if they don't lose the momentum and releasing that album decades from now )
                                    How? The remix is gaining around 230k worldwide now, which is an ok number for Madonna,but nothing outstanding overall.
                                    So how would that help one of her future albums to chart longer?

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                                    • Frozen Remix won’t help Madonna’s next album chart - charts are based on sales (inc. from streams) during that tracking week. Considering her next studio album* is not happening until probably 2025 it won’t even be on it.

                                      *Frozen Remix could make an appearance if Madonna has a surprise remix/feature album due to be released. It’s streams could help at that point, but not enough to make any significant chart traction - especially if a country (like the UK) uses a weighed system to determine sales from streams.

                                      But I don’t know a remix features album is incoming. Madonna said in a recent interview she was focused on tracks now, which suggests standalone releases or possibly an EP - she’s never actually created an EP before (Warner just thew stuff together on her official EPs) so that would be something new and different for both Madge and us.

                                      Her 40th anniversary is October, so I’m expecting something to happen then.
                                      Straight white men rule everything around me

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                                      • Originally posted by BodyShop View Post
                                        How? The remix is gaining around 230k worldwide now, which is an ok number for Madonna,but nothing outstanding overall.
                                        So how would that help one of her future albums to chart longer?
                                        I'm certain that as being part of an album will increase numbers again.

                                        I'm not saying is going to be a huge help but will certanly be a few times more streamed compared to most her other tracks on that album. I'm not saying it will ever be enough for the album even chart. I'm saying it will help give the album higher streaming equivalent sales and not let it drop as quick as they usually do.

                                        Still was Madonna 2nd most streamed track on Spotify yesterday and if an album with the song is released certainly gains a few more streams again. It happens to every song that was a streaming hit and is released in an album after a few months around, usually gains from 80% to 400% streams during that week comparing to previous week (depending on how much streams lost along the way and how big of a stream hit they really were). Then streams don't fall hard on following week but fall slowly so yes, if they pull out another kind streaming small hit like "Frozen Sickick remix" and both are in the same album then with both tracks having streams will certianly help the album not to fall as hard as it happened to "Madame X" in most of the charts.

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                                        • Madonna is The most successful and influential female artist of all time.

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                                          • Originally posted by MadNuno View Post

                                            I'm certain that as being part of an album will increase numbers again.

                                            I'm not saying is going to be a huge help but will certanly be a few times more streamed compared to most her other tracks on that album. I'm not saying it will ever be enough for the album even chart. I'm saying it will help give the album higher streaming equivalent sales and not let it drop as quick as they usually do.

                                            Still was Madonna 2nd most streamed track on Spotify yesterday and if an album with the song is released certainly gains a few more streams again. It happens to every song that was a streaming hit and is released in an album after a few months around, usually gains from 80% to 400% streams during that week comparing to previous week (depending on how much streams lost along the way and how big of a stream hit they really were). Then streams don't fall hard on following week but fall slowly so yes, if they pull out another kind streaming small hit like "Frozen Sickick remix" and both are in the same album then with both tracks having streams will certianly help the album not to fall as hard as it happened to "Madame X" in most of the charts.
                                            It happens when we're talking big/monster hits and even then,when the album its included comes out while the iron is still hot.
                                            The sickick remix has been great for madonna but it's not a super sized hit.
                                            Let alone for future chart purposes ** on album charts,** it won't do nothing on that regard.

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                                              • Originally posted by BodyShop View Post
                                                Wait Madame X lasted only 2 f'ing weeks on the Billboard top 200 ?
                                                It must have traumatized me so much that i completed deleted that from my mind
                                                While some of us deleted that era or are still suffering Post Traumatic Too Much Madame X Pushed Down Our Throats Syndrome. However on the flip side, she was able to benefit from the string of #1s on the Club Chart and now we have the Finally Enough Love Era and WB pulling out all the stops. The Pride Concert is one of the many residual results to come. Thank goodness to a new Madame X unrelated era.
                                                My legacy is that I stayed on course… from the beginning to the end, because I believed in something inside of me. — Tina Turner

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                                                • #justiceformadamex #justicefortrueblue

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                                                  • Originally posted by BritneyMadonnastan View Post
                                                    #justiceformadamex #justicefortrueblue
                                                    #justiceforfrozen

                                                    or have we had enough? Hmm
                                                    My legacy is that I stayed on course… from the beginning to the end, because I believed in something inside of me. — Tina Turner

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