Thursday, September 18, 2014

Throwback Thursday: 2010

10. Heart - Red Velvet Car
9. Soundtrack - Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
8. Justin Bieber - My World 2.0
7. Goo Goo Dolls - Something For the Rest of Us
6. Lyfe Jennings - I Still Believe
5. Fantasia - Back to Me
4. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream

     1. Teenage Dream
     2. Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)
     3. California Gurls featuring Snoop Dogg
     4. Firework
     5. Peacock
     6. Circle the Drain
     7. The One That Got Away
     8. E.T.
     9. Who Am I Living For?
   10. Pearl
   11. Hummingbird Heartbeat
   12. Not Like the Movies

So this album was huge, huh? Just writing the tracklist, I was like, "Whoa! This album was hit after hit after hit!" and the answer is, "Absolutely it is." Allow me to quote the album's wikipedia article at length:

       Teenage Dream achieved a multitude of records throughout its run. Perry scored five Billboard Hot 100 number one singles from Teenage Dream, making her the second artist in the chart's 53-year history to amass five number-one singles from one album over its first release after Michael Jackson achieved the feat with his 1987 album Bad. Perry is the first female in history to achieve this milestone.[105][106] The album is one of only three albums to have 8 top-three singles from one album on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (tied with Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814 and George Michael's Faith), and the only album ever to have 9 songs top the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart, breaking the previous record set byBeyoncé's I Am... Sasha Fierce and Kristine W's The Power of Music, both with six songs.[107][108][109][110] Perry was able to replicate this success in the United Kingdom, breaking the UK Official Charts Company's record for the most amount of Top 10 singles from one studio album by a female solo artist.[111]
Eight songs from Teenage Dream have topped the Adult Top 40 chart and have topped Mainstream Top 40 chart, both more than any other album in each respective chart's history. Additionally, with 7 chart-toppers from "Waking Up in Vegas", Perry broke the record for the longest streak of number ones on the Mainstream Top 40 set by Lady Gaga's first six singles.[112] The singles also allowed Perry to have an unprecedented 69-week long streak in the Hot 100's top-ten, as well as a 71-week top-ten streak on the Airplay chart.[113] Perry also has the most number-one singles (four) from one album to top the Canadian Hot 100. Combined, the songs have sold a total of over 35 million copies worldwide aside from the album.[114] Also, the first five singles from the album topped the charts in the United States and attained top-ten positions in more than twenty countries. All five singles also topped the Digital and Airplay charts, making her the first artist ever to have five number-one singles in the Airplay chart.[115] Perry became the only artist to spend over 52 consecutive weeks in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, and later heightened this to 69 weeks, with the first five singles from album, breaking the previous record by Ace of Base of 48 weeks with three singles.[116]
On the Mainstream Top 40 the album holds the unique record in the chart's history to have four songs from the same album in the top five of "Most weekly plays"; 1. "Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)" (12,468), 2. "E.T." (12,361), 3. "California Gurls" (12,159), and 5. "Firework" (11,857).[117] Perry spent a total of 28 weeks atop the chart with the singles from Teenage Dream. The singles from Teenage Dream spent more weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 than singles from any other album. In total, Teenage Dream's singles spent 225 weeks consecutive on the Billboard Hot 100, breaking the previous record of Michael Jackson's Thriller singles with 130 weeks on chart.[118]

So, yeah. It was a pretty huge record. I'm thinking about picking it up, actually.

[Wow. I just went back and found out that I posted THIS EXACT SONG when I did 2010 last year for the Hot 100. Whatever. It's a great song.]

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