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Dan    5,765
Just now, Chris Morlock said:

like right now xtina10 

YES mess1 

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Chris Morlock    31,386
4 hours ago, Megan said:

Honestly y'all know what I'm gonna comment about this anyway ny6

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i see no lies whatsoever oprah13 

46 minutes ago, Dan said:

I knew ny6 

we been knew jj2 

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Dan    5,765
1 minute ago, TomTom2288 said:

Yes, but the music we're talking about is basically from people in her age group  awk1 (Taylor, Demi, Katy, Gaga, Rih...)

Yeah, but considering her "musical inspirations" are Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Metal Bands, etc. I highly doubt she listens to Katy, Demi, Taylor ny6 

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Chris Morlock    31,386
6 minutes ago, TomTom2288 said:

Yes, unfortunately cry5

Just looking at the RS interview where she said she doesn't really know about LWYMMD rip4

laughcry1 

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Chris Morlock    31,386
1 minute ago, Dan said:

Yeah, but considering her "musical inspirations" are Bob Dylan, Iggy Pop, Metal Bands, etc. I highly doubt she listens to Katy, Demi, Taylor ny6 

imagine a Marilyn Manson collab scream1 

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Dan    5,765
Just now, Chris Morlock said:

imagine a Marilyn Manson collab scream1 

I can't, because I know nothing about Marilyn Manson wendy3 

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Chris Morlock    31,386
3 minutes ago, Dan said:

I can't, because I know nothing about Marilyn Manson wendy3 

listen to Lest We Forget and you got a gist of his music 1994-2004 wendy3 

3 minutes ago, TomTom2288 said:

No thanks sorry1

 

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Dan    5,765
2 minutes ago, Chris Morlock said:

listen to Lest We Forget and you got a gist of his music 1994-2004 wendy3

I am right now... but I don't think this is my type of music moo1 

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Chris Morlock    31,386
1 minute ago, Dan said:

I am right now... but I don't think this is my type of music moo1 

at least you gave it a shot dead7 

you may like Sweet Dreams tho jj3 

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Dan    5,765
Just now, Chris Morlock said:

at least you gave it a shot dead7 

you may like Sweet Dreams tho jj3 

Listening to it now demi1 

Oh, I Know this song! ny6 

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Dan    5,765
Just now, Galaxy said:

yeah single #2 please

Please yas2 

 

Just now, Galaxy said:

praying was cute but it's been 3+ months

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And still slaying on the radio jj4 

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TomTom2288    2,449
1 minute ago, Megan said:

The Netherlands!

This might explain a lot jj2

Praying:

Chart (2017) Peak
position
Netherlands Tip (Single Top 100)[67] 4
Australia (ARIA)[40] 6
Canada CHR/Top 40 (Billboard)[60] 7
US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)[76] 8
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[41] 11
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[78] 12
Hungary (Single Top 40)[65] 13
US Dance/Mix Show Airplay (Billboard)[77] 15
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[42] 16
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[59] 19
Canada Hot AC (Billboard)[61] 19
US Billboard Hot 100[74] 22
Ireland (IRMA)[43] 23
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[73] 26
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[75] 26
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[44] 30
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[68] 37
Canada AC (Billboard)[62] 42
Slovakia (Singles Digitál Top 100)[70] 49
Czech Republic (Singles Digitál Top 100)[63] 50
Portugal (AFP)[69] 53
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[72] 64
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[58] 68
France (SNEP)[64] 75
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[71] 77
Japan (Japan Hot 100)[66] 84

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Megan    1,085
7 minutes ago, TomTom2288 said:

This might explain a lot jj2

Praying:

Chart (2017) Peak
position
Netherlands Tip (Single Top 100)[67] 4
Australia (ARIA)[40] 6
Canada CHR/Top 40 (Billboard)[60] 7
US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)[76] 8
Canada (Canadian Hot 100)[41] 11
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[78] 12
Hungary (Single Top 40)[65] 13
US Dance/Mix Show Airplay (Billboard)[77] 15
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[42] 16
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[59] 19
Canada Hot AC (Billboard)[61] 19
US Billboard Hot 100[74] 22
Ireland (IRMA)[43] 23
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[73] 26
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[75] 26
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[44] 30
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[68] 37
Canada AC (Billboard)[62] 42
Slovakia (Singles Digitál Top 100)[70] 49
Czech Republic (Singles Digitál Top 100)[63] 50
Portugal (AFP)[69] 53
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[72] 64
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[58] 68
France (SNEP)[64] 75
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[71] 77
Japan (Japan Hot 100)[66] 84

Wait you're German right? Where are the German animals at omg fall6

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TomTom2288    2,449
4 minutes ago, Megan said:

Wait you're German right? Where are the German animals at omg fall6

Praying didn't chart in Germany cry5

Warrior was #81 and Rainbow #33!

Germany is basically THE hardest market for pop girls in the world. When a pop song becomes a hit in Germany, it can become a hit everywhere. You might have noticed that album release partys are often in Germany (Gaga did her's for Artpop in Berlin and P!nk's for TTAB was also in Germany, for example) and there are often German bonus tracks or special physical releases to boost the sales because the German market is so hard.

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Megan    1,085
1 minute ago, TomTom2288 said:

Praying didn't chart in Germany cry5

Warrior was #81 and Rainbow #33!

Germany is basically THE hardest market for pop girls in the world. When a pop song becomes a hit in Germany, it can become a hit everywhere. You might have noticed that album release partys are often in Germany (Gaga did her's for Artpop in Berlin and P!nk's for TTAB was also in Germany, for example) and there are often German bonus tracks or special physical releases to boost the sales because the German market is so hard.

Really? Is there a reason why it's so hard to hit charts in Germany? 

Makes sense that there are so many release parties there though, damn. I never knew! rih1

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Dan    5,765
6 minutes ago, TomTom2288 said:

Praying didn't chart in Germany cry5

Warrior was #81 and Rainbow #33!

Germany is basically THE hardest market for pop girls in the world. When a pop song becomes a hit in Germany, it can become a hit everywhere. You might have noticed that album release partys are often in Germany (Gaga did her's for Artpop in Berlin and P!nk's for TTAB was also in Germany, for example) and there are often German bonus tracks or special physical releases to boost the sales because the German market is so hard.

I wonder why that is? jj4 

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TomTom2288    2,449
Just now, Megan said:

Really? Is there a reason why it's so hard to hit charts in Germany? 

Makes sense that there are so many release parties there though, damn. I never knew! rih1

Honestly, I keep asking myself that question like everyday. Pop girls are only successful in Germany if they are bit "unconventional" - Rihanna is probably the most successful pop star in Germany because she's black and also does rap and other things, P!nk is also very successful because she is established, has more of a rock voice and only recently started doing real pop music, and so on. But Germany is not here for Demi, Kesha, Ariana...

And my country's taste is weird in general. It's actually a complete mess - there is no pre-advantage for pop music. And the German music scene is very big, that might make it harder for "world stars".

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