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Madonna in de Top 2000 lijst 2017

We zitten weer in de periode tussen Kerst en Oud & Nieuw en dus is de Top 2000 op NPO Radio 2 weer in volle gang. Madonna staat er dit jaar 6 keer in:

784 Like A Prayer  + (20 plaatsen hoger dan vorig jaar)
879 Frozen - (71 plaatsen lager dan vorig jaar)
1222 Live To Tell + (hoogste stijger, 208 plaatsen hoger dan vorig jaar)
1392 Vogue - (77 plaatsen lager dan vorig jaar)
1659 La Isla Bonita + (34 plaatsen hoger dan vorig jaar)
1915 Papa Don't Preach + (vorig jaar niet in de lijst)

De Top 2000 is nog tot 31 december 0.00 uur te beluisteren op NPO Radio 2.

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Rewinding the charts: Madonna scored her first top 10 with 'Borderline' in 1984

On this date 31 years ago, Madonna's "Borderline" became her first Hot 100 top 10 & ignited one of the most impressive streaks in chart history: 17 straight top 10s.

"I signed [Madonna] because I believed in Mark Kamins, who I thought was the greatest DJ, and he wanted to be a producer," Seymour Stein -- the man who signed the pop icon to the label he co-founded, Sire Records, in 1982 -- recalled to Billboard in 2012. "So I gave him some money to bring me an artist, and the third or fourth thing he brought me was Madonna. I was very involved in the beginning. Then I realized, 'This woman is smarter than all of us. Just get out of her way.'"

Stein (whose first job was as an assistant at Billboard, aiding in the creation of the Billboard Hot 100 in 1958) foretold Madonna's historic chart run. On this date 31 years ago, on the Hot 100 dated June 16, 1984, "Borderline," the poppy, synth-laced second single from Madonna's self-titled debut album, rose 11-10 to become her first top 10 on the chart. Although it stopped at No. 10, spending a lone week in the top tier, it ignited one of the most impressive streaks in Hot 100 history: a run of 17 straight top 10s for the Material Girl. ("Borderline" is also tied, with 1994-95's "Take a Bow," for her longest-charting Hot 100 hit: 30 weeks on the chart.)

After reaching No. 16 with her debut Hot 100 entry, "Holiday," Madonna's stranglehold on the top 10 lasted from "Borderline" through the rest of the '80s, until "Oh Father" ended the trend in early 1990. (Perhaps symbolically, "Father" stalled at its No. 20 high on Jan. 6, 1990, the first chart week following the decade that brought her meteoric rise to stardom. Then again, she followed "Father" with another eight top 10s in-a-row through 1993.) That five-and-a-half-year stream of top 10 smashes in 1984-89 resulted in some of Madonna's most iconic tracks, including "Like a Prayer," "Papa Don't Preach" and "Like a Virgin."

Madonna's 17 Consecutive Top 10 Hits on the Hot 100

Title, Peak Date, Peak Position
1.Borderline, June 16, 1984, No. 10
2.Lucky Star, Oct. 10, 1984, No. 4
3.Like a Virgin, Dec. 22, 1984, No. 1 (six weeks)
4.Material Girl, March 23, 1985, No. 2
5.Crazy for You, May 11, 1985, No. 1 (one week)
6.Angel, June 29, 1985, No. 5
7.Dress You Up, Oct. 5, 1985, No. 5
8.Live to Tell, June 7, 1986, No. 1 (one week)
9.Papa Don't Preach, Aug. 16, 1986, No. 1 (two weeks)
10.True Blue, Nov. 15, 1986, No. 3
11.Open Your Heart, Feb. 7, 1987, No. 1 (one week)
12.La Isla Bonita, May 2, 1987, No. 4
13.Who's That Girl, Aug. 22, 1987, No. 1 (one week)
14.Causing a Commotion, Oct. 24, 1987, No. 2
15.Like a Prayer, April 22, 1989, No. 1 (three weeks)
16.Express Yourself, July 15, 1989, No. 2
17.Cherish, Oct. 7, 1989, No. 2

Had Madonna never scored another Hot 100 top 10 after "Cherish," that 17-song sum would still land her among the top 25 artists with the most all-time top 10 hits. But she wasn't even halfway finished. Since that '80s streak, Madge has added another 21 top 10s for a grand total of 38, the highest sum among all artists. The Beatles follow with 34 Hot 100 top 10s. Her most recent track to reach the upper bracket was "Give Me All Your Lovin'" (featuring Nicki Minaj & M.I.A.), which climbed to No. 10 on the chart dated Feb. 25, 2012, nearly three decades after her "Borderline" breakthrough.

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Madonna voor tiende keer bovenaan Album Chart

Het gloednieuwe album van Madonna, Rebel Heart, is deze week binnengekomen op plaats één in de Album Charts. Dat maakte platenmaatschappij Universal Music vrijdag bekend.

Het de tiende keer dat Madonna met een album op de hoogste positie in de albumlijst staat. Rebel Heart kwam vorige week uit, maar de zangeres gaf afgelopen december al zes nummers vrij om te downloaden nadat een aantal gestolen demo-opnamen op internet was verschenen.

Het dertiende studioalbum van de Queen of Pop is ook de aanleiding voor Madonna's aanstaande wereldtournee. Dit najaar gaat de 56-jarige popdiva voor de tiende keer de wereld over en daarbij doet ze ook Nederland aan. Op 5 en 6 december staat ze in de Amsterdamse Ziggo Dome. Kaarten voor het eerste concert waren binnen 45 minuten uitverkocht. De kaarten voor de show op 6 december gaan op 19 maart in de voorverkoop.

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Madonna heading for 71st Top 40 U.K. single

Living For Love is top 40 bound on the Official U.K. Singles Chart.

Following her show-closing performance on the Brit Awards (Feb. 25), Madonna is set to debut in the top 40 of the Official U.K. Singles Chart on Sunday (March 1) with Living For Love. The Official Charts Company reported that it would mark the diva's 71st top 40 hit. It would also extend her record as the woman with the most top 40 singles in U.K. chart history.

Living For Love was commercially released the same day as she took the stage on the Brit Awards. On the show, the diva took a nasty tumble after a wardrobe malfunction sent her flying backwards down a set of steps. She recently told talk show host Jonathan Ross that it was a "nightmare" and she suffered a "little bit of whiplash."

As the song was released on Feb. 25, it will debut on the Official U.K. Singles Chart with only three full days of sales (the tracking week ends at midnight on Saturday each week). Living For Love is the lead single from Madonna's 13th studio album, Rebel Heart, due out March 9 in the U.K. and March 10 in the U.S.

The Official Charts Company said on Feb. 27 that Living For Love is about 1,000 downloads away from the top 20, and nearly 11,000 copies separates the single from the top 10.

Madonna's last U.K. top 40 single came with 2012's Give Me All Your Luvin', featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A., which peaked at No. 37. Madonna's most recent top 10 single was also her last top 20: Celebration in 2009.

Madonna's first U.K. top 40 hit came almost exactly 31 years ago, on the chart dated Jan. 15, 1984, when Holiday climbed 53-40 in its second week on the chart.

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Madonna shoots up UK iTunes chart with 'Living For Love'

Madonna has shot up to number two on the UK iTunes chart with her new single.

The star's latest release Living For Love was made available in the UK earlier today (February 25), and has quickly scaled the iTunes sales chart.

It is only currently behind Noel Gallagher's promotional track Lock All The Doors, which has been released to promote his new album Chasing Yesterday.

Living For Loves high sales have been achieved despite Radio 1 refusing to playlist the track as they deemed it irrelevant for their younger demographic - a decision which was protested by Madonna's fans.

The station said that it makes its playlist decisions "on musical merit and... relevance to our young audience on a case-by-case basis".

Living For Love has been released in the UK today ahead of Madonna's performance at the Brit Awards this evening.

The star will take to the stage at London's O2 arena for the ceremony, which will be broadcast live on ITV from 8pm.

Madonna's 13th studio album Rebel Heart - which also features new tracks Bitch I'm Madonna, Ghosttown and Iconic - will follow on March 9.

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Madonna notches historic 44th no. 1 on Dance Club Songs Chart

The Queen of Pop reigns again with 'Living for Love,' tying with George Strait, the King of Country, for the most leaders on a single Billboard chart.

Madonna makes Billboard chart history, as she earns her 44th No. 1 on Dance Club Songs, where "Living for Love" lifts 2-1. (The ranking, dated March 7, will refresh on on Thursday, Feb. 26.)

With the coronation, Madonna equals George Strait, who's logged 44 No. 1s on Hot Country Songs, for the most leaders ever by an act on a singular Billboard chart.

It's fitting history for the artists also known, respectively, and reverently, as the Queen of Pop and the King of Country.

With her 44th leading title on Dance Club Songs, which measures reports submitted by a national sample of club DJs, Madonna pulls further ahead of runners-up Beyonce and Rihanna. In fact, Madonna has tallied as many No. 1s as they have combined: 22 each. (The chart launched as a national survey in the Billboard issue dated Aug. 28, 1976.)

Madonna, who performed "Love" at the Grammy Awards on Feb. 8, matches Strait's esteemed honor, with the latter icon having stood at the Hot Country Songs summit with 44 smashes between 1982 and 2009. He first reigned with "Fool Hearted Memory" (Aug. 28, 1982) and most recently ruled with "River of Love" (April 18, 2009.)

"Love" introduces Madonna's 13th studio album, Rebel Heart, due March 10.

"The reason I wanted to call the record Rebel Heart was because I felt like it explored two very distinct sides of my personality," Madonna told Billboard's Keith Caulfield in December. "The rebellious, renegade side of me, and the romantic side of me."

Specifically of the house music-infused "Love," the ever-youthful Material Girl similarly said, "It's kind of like the old me and the new me all mixed in together."

Looking ahead, all Madonna needs is one more leader, perhaps also from Rebel Heart, to pass Strait and claim vaunted chart history -- 45 No. 1s on one ranking -- all to herself.

For now, at least, Madonna and Strait make for unparalleled Billboard chart royalty.

Here is an updated look at Madonna's 44 Dance Club Songs No. 1s, beginning with the double-sided single "Holiday"/"Lucky Star," which reached the top the week of Sept. 24, 1983. You'll notice that one of her No. 1s is an entire album: You Can Dance (1988), a collection of mostly remixes of previously released songs (and one new cut, "Spotlight"). Prior to Feb. 23, 1991, the chart wasn't always song-specific and full albums were, at some points, allowed to chart.

(For titles that spent multiple weeks at No. 1, total frames in the lead are noted in parentheses.)

1983, "Holiday"/"Lucky Star" (five weeks at No. 1)
1984, "Like a Virgin" (three)
1985, "Material Girl"
1985, "Angel"/"Into the Groove"
1987, "Open Your Heart"
1987, "Causing a Commotion (Remix)"
1988, You Can Dance (LP Cuts)
1989, "Like a Prayer" (two)
1989, "Express Yourself" (three)
1990, "Keep It Together"
1990, "Vogue" (two)
1991, "Justify My Love" (two)
1992, "Erotica"
1993, "Deeper and Deeper"
1993, "Fever"
1994, "Secret" (two)
1995, "Bedtime Story"
1997, "Don't Cry for Me Argentina"
1998, "Frozen" (two)
1998, "Ray of Light" (four)
1999, "Nothing Really Matters" (two)
1999, "Beautiful Stranger" (two)
2000, "American Pie"
2000, "Music" (five)
2001, "Don't Tell Me"
2001, "What It Feels Like for a Girl"
2001, "Impressive Instant" (two)
2002, "Die Another Day" (two)
2003, "American Life"
2003, "Hollywood"
2003, "Me Against the Music," Britney Spears featuring Madonna (two)
2004, "Nothing Fails"
2004, "Love Profusion"
2005, "Hung Up" (four)
2006, "Sorry" (two)
2006, "Get Together"
2006, "Jump" (two)
2008, "4 Minutes," Madonna featuring Justin Timberlake & Timbaland (two)
2008, "Give It 2 Me"
2009, "Celebration"
2012, "Give Me All Your Luvin'," Madonna featuring Nicki Minaj & M.I.A.
2012, "Girl Gone Wild"
2012, "Turn Up the Radio"
2015, "Living for Love"

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Luister 'Living For Love' via Spotify voor een notitie in de Top 40

Spotify is erg belangrijk bij de samenstelling van de Nederlandse Top 40. Net als airplay. Spotify is gratis te downloaden en als je dan toch naar 'Living For Love' aan het luisteren ben, doe dat dan bij voorkeur via Spotify. Madonna verdient een grote hit en dat kan alleen als de fans achter haar staan. Gewoon lekker vaak 'Living For Love' luisteren/streamen en vraag deze single aan bij de radio-zenders. Laat ons als fan-zijnde als 1 #RebelHeart achter Madonna staan!

Om een beetje feeling met de Spotify-charts te krijgen kun je hier de Top 200 van Spotify Nederland zien:

Met dank aan MadonnaNed lid en groot hitlijsten-liefhebber Richard!

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Madonna is best scorende artiest in Top 40

Rihanna is The Rolling Stones gepasseerd op de ranglijst van meest succesvolle Top 40-artiesten. Ze moet alleen nog Madonna voor zich laten.


Rihanna heeft nu 12127 punten achter haar naam staan. Daarmee is ze The Rolling Stones (12070 punten) gepasseerd. De best scorende artiest is nog altijd Madonna met 13428 punten. Als Rihanna in haar huidige tempo doorgaat met hits scoren en Madonna geen punten meer verzamelt, zou ze het record van Madonna in het voorjaar van 2015 kunnen verbreken.


Opmerkelijk is dat Rihanna relatief weinig hits nodig had om haar punten te verzamelen:

1. Madonna - 13428 punten - 55 hits (+2 re-entry's)
2. Rihanna - 12127 punten - 35 hits (geen re-entry's)
3. The Rolling Stones - 11903 punten - 49 hits (+4 re-entry's)


De grootste hits van Rihanna zijn Diamonds, Only Girl (In The World) en Stay. Op dit moment staat ze nog hoog genoteerd met haar duet met Eminem The Monster en haar samenwerking met Shakira Can't Remember To Forget You. Rihanna scoorde tot op heden slechts een nummer 1-hit. Dat was Don't Stop The Music uit 2007.

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Madonna’s official number one singles' sales revealed!

It’s an incredible 30 years since the undisputed Queen of Pop had her very first Top 10 hit with Holiday. To celebrate Madonna’s three decades of Official Charts supremacy, we count down her 13 Number 1s and reveal the biggest selling of them all…


13. Sorry (2006)

To kick things off, it’s one of Madonna’s most recent chart-toppers. The second single to be released from Madge’s big return to the disco album Confessions On A Dance Floor, Sorry was something of a surprise Number 1 for her. The video was Madonna in full kitsch mode – first driving around in her own version of the Vengabus (possibly) before rollerskating dressed like a kind of disco astronaut. It was catchy, it was energetic and it was a worthy chart-topper

WHO DID IT BEAT? Corinne Bailey Rae’s Put Your Records On had to settle for Number 2.
CHART FACT: It was the first time she’d had two consecutive Number 1s in five years.
SALES: 200,000


12. Who’s That Girl (1987)

A product of Madonna’s movie ambitions – with some success – Who’s That Girl was the first of three tracks released from the soundtrack of the movie of the same name. After a whole campaign with blond hair, brunette Madonna was back and up to her usual tricks, dancing about and ‘causing a commotion’ in between clips from the movie. Critics had their knives out for the movie, in which Madonna played a kooky ex-con with sticky fingers but a heart of gold, but Madge just about pulls it off. As lead singles go, it may not be up there with Madonna’s finest, but it has a certain charm.

WHO DID IT BEAT? Madonna knocked Pet Shop Boys’ It’s A Sin off the top. Almost 20 years later, they would remix Sorry for its single release. So no hard feelings, then. That's good.
CHART FACT: Who’s That Girl was Madonna’s second chart-topper to spend just one week at Number 1.
SALES: 350,000


11. American Pie (2000)

A long, long time ago… well, 1972 to be exact, Don McLean had a hit with the classic American Pie, which was so long it took up two sides of a 7” single (ask your mum). Madonna, for reasons that are unclear, decided to cover the song, but to make it all fit nicely onto one CD (ask your older sister) she edited the track considerably. Then-collaborator William Orbit added his signature swooshes and even Rupert Everett, Madonna’s co-star from movie The Next Best Thing, popped in to lay down some backing vocals and appear in the video.

WHO DID IT BEAT? American Pie knocked All Saints’ Pure Shores – another William Orbit production – off the top spot and left N Sync settling for Number 3 with Bye Bye Bye. Madonna would later go on to team up with N Sync's Justin Timberlake on another Number 1…
CHART FACT: Don McLean’s version only got to Number 2.
SALES: 390,000


10. La Isla Bonita (1987)

Just before Who’s That Girl came La Isla Bonita, a song which, legend has it, was originally written for Michael Jackson. Madonna got her hands on it first, however, and created a new anthem for anybody who wishes their holiday would go on for a bit longer – and she loves a Holiday does our Madge.

WHO DID IT BEAT? La Isla Bonita held off Judy Boucher’s boohoofest Can’t Be With You Tonight.
CHART FACT: La Isla Bonita took four weeks to slowly climb from Number 5 to spend two weeks on the top spot. Not bad for a fifth and final single from an already huge-selling album, True Blue.
SALES: 410,000


9. Music (2000)

Madonna was a force to be reckoned with in late 2000, and enjoyed her second Number 1 of the year with this, the true lead single off her album Music. Although she had just given birth to her second child, Madonna went on a promo blitz for Music, performing a special concert in Brixton that was broadcast over the internet (more impressive then than it sounds now). The Mirwais-produced Art Of Noise-style romp went straight in at Number 1 and is a favourite of hers – she still performs it regularly. Hey Mr DJ, put a record on… is possibly one of her best opening lyrics.

WHO DID IT BEAT? Madonna knocked another dance classic off the summit – Spiller and Sophie Ellis–Bextor’s Groovejet slipped to Number 2.
CHART FACT: Music was deposed after just one week by A1’s cover of the A-ha chart-topper Take On Me.
SALES: 415,000


8. 4 Minutes (2008)

Madonna’s most recent chart-topper weighs in next, a duet with Justin Timberlake and featuring Timbaland in the background. It was the very first time a collaboration had hit Number 1 for Madonna – at that point she preferred to take centre-stage all by herself.

WHO DID SHE BEAT? Madonna nudged American Boy by Estelle off the top spot, taking five weeks to do it.
CHART FACT: It was the first time a Madonna Number 1 hadn’t gone straight in at the top of charts since Vogue in 1990. It’s also Madonna’s biggest selling download ever and spent a month at Number 1.
SALES: 500,000


7. Vogue (1990)

Perhaps one of Madonna’s signature tunes, she has learned to love again this massive hit from 1990, last performing it at her Superbowl Halftime Show in 2012. Vogue came seemingly out of nowhere after Madonna’s Like A Prayer album ended. Madonna was said to be in her ‘imperial phase’ – she was just about the hugest star on the planet and was set to bare all in fly-on-the-wall movie about her Blond Ambition tour and star in movie Dick Tracy with then-boyfriend Warren Beatty. Soundtracking Madonna’s year of excess, Vogue was sophisticated, slowed-down house dripping in glamour. Featuring a rap that namedropped a host of ‘40s screen legends, Madonna’s place among them in the A-list was quickly secured.

WHO DID IT BEAT? Madonna Vogued her way to Number 1 at the expense of Snap’s The Power, which ran out of batteries and slid to runner-up spot after two weeks.
CHART FACT: Vogue was the 8th best selling single of 1990 and spent four weeks at Number 1 in April.
SALES: 515,000

EXTRA CHART FACT: If Beautiful Stranger had been a Number 1, it would have placed here on her sales countdown – 530,000 copies sold.


6. True Blue (1986)

Madonna’s third Number 1 was also the third single from the album it gave its name. True Blue was a huge success and its ‘60s-throwback title track saw Madonna at her most demure – something we wouldn’t see again for quite a while. Written for her then-husband Sean Penn, Madonna seems to have airbrushed True Blue out of history – she hasn’t performed it since 1987.

WHO DID IT BEAT? Five Star’s Rain Or Shine had to settle for second place that week, while the Communards’ Don’t Leave Me This Way fell from the top to Number 3.
SALES: 540,000


5. Frozen (1998)

Returning to pop after a few years off starring in Evita and having her daughter Lourdes, the Madonna of 1997 was her most unusual reinvention yet. Part-Earth mother, part-trance goth and looking a bit like a witch (in the best possible way), Madonna released Frozen, a traditional Madge ballad with a twist, as the lead single from comeback album Ray of Light.

WHO DID IT BEAT? Frozen knocked Cornershop’s Brimful Of Asha off Number 1, and kept My Heart Will Go On at Number 2 for another week.
CHART FACT: Frozen was Madonna’s first Number 1 for eight years.
SALES: 545,000


4. Like A Prayer (1989)

She’d been away for a while, but in early 1989 Madonna made a dramatic comeback. It’s not just her hair that had got dark – her sound was more serious too. Like A Prayer, a rousing gospel-influenced epic, caused instant controversy thanks to its video (pretty tame by 2014 standards, really) and was an instant classic. Even Madonna had to admit in an interview years later that Like A Prayer was “up there” when it came to her best work.

WHO DID SHE BEAT? Madge evicted Jason Donovan’s Too Many Broken Hearts from Number 1. And just behind him was Donna Summer’s This Time I Know It’s For Real.
CHART FACT: Like A Prayer spent three weeks at Number 1 and was 11th best selling single of 1989.
SALES: 580,000


3. Hung Up (2005)

Into the Top 3 of Madonna’s chart-toppers now, and this one came courtesy of a pretty big Abba sample. Coming after American Life, a fan-favourite album, but one which hadn’t performed as well as previous albums. Madonna went back to basics and headed back to the discotheque with this storming global hit. Even though she was recovering from a rather nasty fall from a horse, Madonna really went for it in the video, even stopping off at the arcade to have a go at Dance Dance Revolution.

WHO DID SHE BEAT? It was bad news for Westlife – You Raise Me Up had to take a step down.
CHART FACT: Hung Up sampled Abba’s Gimme Gimme Gimme, which only made it to Number 3 in 1979.
SALES: 610,000


2. Papa Don’t Preach (1986)

She’d been flirting with controversy since the very moment she first pulled on a pair of lace gloves and rolled around a gondola in Venice on Like A Virgin, but Madonna was straying into new territory with this tale of teenage pregnancy and a girl who was determined “I’m keepin’ my baby”. Churches were outraged, prim aunties clutched their pearls… and everyone else rushed out to buy this amazing record immediately. It was Madonna’s first proper foray into pushing people’s buttons and making everyone think, but certainly not her last. And, no, it wasn’t her real dad in the video. And, yes, that Italians Do It Better T-shirt is still brilliant.

WHO DID SHE BEAT? Madge knocked Wham!’s Edge Of Heaven off the top.
CHART FACT: Papa Don’t Preach was the 11th out of 35 consecutive Top 10 entries for Madonna between 1984 and 1994. 35!
SALES: 640,000


1. Into The Groove (1985)

“And you can dance… for inspiration…” So the biggest selling Madonna number one is the song that kicked off that impressive 13-strong run of chart-toppers. Released almost as an afterthought, Into The Groove was taken from the soundtrack of Madge’s first movie hit (and, er, last for quite for a while). Despite not having a proper video, and only being a B-side in the USA, Into The Groove is a Madonna classic that almost everyone knows the words to. Its success was perhaps helped by the fact that a) it didn’t appear on Madonna’s Like A Virgin album until a hasty reissue once it hit Number 1 and b) Madonna was at the very height of her early popularity and c) it was amazing. Into The Groove spent pretty much all of August 1985 at Number 1 and was knocked off the top by UB40 and Chrissie Hynde’s cover of the Sonny & Cher classic I Got You Babe.

WHO DID SHE BEAT? Until Madonna came along throwing her pop weight around, Eurythmics were enjoying their first ever Number 1 with There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart). It lasted at the top for just one week.
CHART FACT: Holiday was rereleased in July 1985 and peaked at Number 2, sitting right behind Into The Groove for one week. Into The Groove is also Madonna’s best-selling single in the UK, spending 12 weeks in the Top 40, and selling…
SALES: 870,000

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Madonna met acht noteringen in Top 2000

Dit jaar staat Madonna met acht noteringen in de Top 2000 die op dit moment wordt uitgezonden op Radio 2 (Nederland).

De hoogste notering is voor Frozen op 589. Vorig jaar stond Frozen nog op 477.
Vogue is maarliefst 223 plaatsen gestegen, van 1580 in 2012 naar 1357 dit jaar. Ook Live To Tell en Ray of Light zijn, in vergelijking met vorig jaar, flink gestegen in de lijst. The Power Of Goodbye en Papa Don't Preach staan dit jaar opnieuw in de lijst. Beide nummers stonden er in 2010 voor het laatst in.

589 (-112) Frozen
929 (+3) Like A Prayer
1357 (+223) Vogue
1423 (+196) Live To Tell
1510 (-185) La Isla Bonita
1615 (+100) Ray Of Light
1966 () The Power Of Goodbye
1998 () Papa Don't Preach

De Top 2000 is nog tot en met oudejaarsavond te beluisteren op Radio 2.


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