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« UK Magazines: 'Grazia' | Main | Madonna and crew celebrate! »

Friday, 06 April 2012

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Paul

The only reason the album was even that high was because she gave a copy away with every ticket purchase for her tour and Billboard counted that. LOL. Smoke and mirrors.

Tina

@Fitsy: I agree with you again! 'M.D.N.A.' has plummeted to #7 on the UK charts this week after just one week at #1, although this is better than the mid-week charts which indicated the album falling out of the top ten completely...!

Could this turn out to be the first album (in the UK at least - where her fans have been uber-loyal) without a true hit single from it?

'GMAYL' barely scraped the UK top 40 for one week, 'Masterpiece' is all but out of the UK Top 100, after a peak position of #68... and where is the promotion for 'GGW', despite there already being talk of 'Gang Bang' as the next single???!!!!

Surely this must go down in history as one of the most badly-managed album/single releases/promotions for a major star? Even the tour promotion is lacklustre, imho...

Guy - are you reading?
Liz - are you reading?
Interscope - are you reading?
Live Nation - are you reading
M - are YOU reading?

Fitsy

MDNA, its debut was 749,000 globally in 1 week. That isnt that great. Guy Oseary seems NOT to be listening to criticism of the promotion of the album or the singles. Doesnt look like there is going to be any promotion of the singles or the album, its all about the tour. Thats where the money is. I doubt by going to see Madonna's tour, folks will go buy the album, many people just cant affird her ticket prices, shes alienating a huge core portion of her market thus hurting her record sales and in the end, the chart placings. And they really do not care about the singles sales or chart positions. Such a shame, looks like Madonna isnt going to get her 14th UK number 1 single from this decade. And thats a real shame. 13 is obviously unlucky for her.

vanka

Amazing. No one's gonna stop her!!

Trish

Our Queen and the magic she posses!!

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