Madonna - bye bye baby

Following its release, "Hanky Panky" was initially blacklisted at some radio stations when they faced objections from audiences about the lyrical content. [29] Nevertheless, it debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at number 40 the week of June 30, 1990, as " Vogue " was descending from the top ten. [30] The single quickly climbed up the chart, ultimately peaking at number ten the week of July 28, 1990. [31] It was eventually certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on September 19, 1990, for shipments of 500,000 copies. [32] Billboard ranked it at number 36 on their list of "Madonna's 40 Biggest Hits" on the Hot 100. [20] In Canada, the song debuted at number 92 on the RPM Top Singles chart, and reached a peak of number 18 on the week of September 1, 1990. [33] [34] It was present for a total of 13 weeks on the chart. [35]

Donna De Lory: She would completely just hear it in her head. Especially when we're doing vocals. Sometimes [backup singer] Niki [Haris] and I would be like, "How 'bout this? How 'bout that?" And she was like, "Nope, this is how it's going to be." And it ended up being great. She was open to other ideas, but I really respected that.

After the hoopla subsided and Sex  went out of print, Madonna continued to reinvent herself, most significantly as a spiritually enlightened earth-mother, on 1998′s “Ray of Light,” her best album to date. Controversy remained part of her job description. By that point, she’d received so much flak from the media and general public that she could anger without much collateral damage; it’s hard to achieve something more daring than Sex .

Madonna’s megalomania is at peak insanity here, but she’s pretty damn provocative and nervy about it. After mysteriously namedropping Isaac Newton and Martin Luther, she throws down a few interesting and hilarious proclamations. My favorite: “If I was a song, I would be ‘Super Pop.’” Sounds like a decent epitaph from here.

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In the United States, the song became Madonna's first top ten hit when it reached position ten on the Billboard Hot 100 on June 16, 1984; it charted for 30 weeks, becoming Madonna's longest-charting single in the United States (tied with " Take a Bow " in 1995). The song reached a peak of four on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. It also became a crossover success by charting on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart at 23. [10] On October 22, 1998, the song was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for shipment of one million copies. [20] In Canada the song debuted at number 56 on the RPM issue dated August 4, 1984 [21] and reached a peak of number 25 on September 15, 1984. [22] The song was on the chart for 14 weeks. [23]

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