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Today in Madonna History: March 31, 1990

On March 31 1990, Keep It Together hit its peak position of number-eight on the Billboard Hot 100.

While it is possible that it reached its natural peak on the charts, some have speculated that the single’s ascent may have been prematurely interrupted by the sudden release of Madonna’s next single, Vogue.

March

Surfing the SPY

Some quick updates on how to best utilize our website before launching into some new charts:

1. Starting April 2015 we’ll be posting public charts to this section of the website titled: 471 more words

SPX

Musical baking

Bbbaking here! My post musical baking is here to show how food is influential in every part of our society and one of those includes music. 621 more words

The UK game chart is complete nonsense

For some time now, the UK music chart has combined numbers for streaming with physical and digital sales. The UK game chart, on the other hand, only counts physical sales, and as a consequence it bears little resemblance to the reality of what games are actually the most popular. 173 more words

Video Games

Turntable Tuesday Video: 'When I See You Smile' By Bad English

Bad English had one, and only one, #1 hit on the charts.

It was this song, “When I See You Smile” from their self titled debut album in 1989. 63 more words

Features

Charting Success - Blog Carnival 2014

I’ve been trying to work out how to write this blog entry for months. Literally, months. It seems like a simple enough premise: write about something I’m good at. 406 more words

Noni

"You Still Buy CDs?"

A week ago at Best Buy, I was looking through the now diminished music section of Latin Music CDs. There was not a lot of variety, but I did consider purchasing the new Juanes and Luis Fonsi albums. 1,305 more words