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Here is an updated count of the women with the most charted titles, and their career chart spans, in the Hot 100's 53-year history:

73, Aretha Franklin, 1961-98

56, Dionne Warwick, 1962-98

55, Madonna, 1983-2009

53, Connie Francis, 1958-69

48, Brenda Lee, 1959-73

44, Mariah Carey, 1990-2011

41, Barbra Streisand, 1964-97

40, Diana Ross, 1970-86

39, Mary J. Blige, 1992-2010

39, Whitney Houston, 1984-2009

39, Janet Jackson, 1982-2008

39, Taylor Swift, 2006-11

http://www.billboard.com/#/column/chartbeat/weekly-chart-notes-mariah-carey-beach-boys-1005511572.story

I think it should be noticed that 27 out of Janet's 39 peaked in the top 10, along with them coming from FIVE albums.

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Janet Jackson's Australian Chartography

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Welcome to Janet's Australian chartography (peak positions for each album and single). Beginning with the Control era, as that was her first era to enjoy chart success here.

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Control (#25)

'What Have You Done For Me Lately' (#6)

'Nasty' (#17)

'When I Think Of You' (#53)

'Control' (#82)

'Let's Wait Awhile' (#21)

'The Pleasure Principle' (#50)

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'Diamonds' (#20)

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Rhythm Nation 1814 (#1)

'Miss You Much' (#12)

'Rhythm Nation' (#45)

'Escapade' (#25)

'Alright' (#19)

'Come Back To Me' (#79)

'Black Cat' (#6)

'Love Will Never Do (Without You)' [#14]

'State Of The World' (#94)

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'The Best Things In Life Are Free' (#2)

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janet. (#1)

'That's The Way Love Goes' (#1)

'If' (#18)

'Again' (#19)

'Because Of Love' (#25)

'Any Time, Any Place' (#37)

'You Want This' (#16)

'Whoops Now' (#49)

'What'll I Do' (#14)

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janet. Remixed (#64)

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'Scream' (#2)

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The Velvet Rope (#4)

'Got 'Til It's Gone' (#10)

'Together Again' (#4)

'I Get Lonely' (#21)

'Go Deep' (#39)

'Every Time' (#52)

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'What's It Gonna Be?!' (#65)

'Girlfriend/Boyfriend' (#16)

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All For You (#3)

'All For You' (#5)

'Someone To Call My Lover' (#15)

'Son Of a Gun (I Betcha Think This Song Is About You)' [#20]

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'Feel It Boy' (#18)

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Thank you! taxidriver.gif

Seems like it's hard to get a hit in Aussie. :umm:

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You know, as I was reading and typing some of those I was like :umm::huh::blink::tear:DeadBanana.gif

At times it's really NOT that hard to get a hit here. <_<

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:lol:

You know, as I was reading and typing some of those I was like :umm::huh::blink::tear:DeadBanana.gif

At times it's really NOT that hard to get a hit here. <_<

It seems like it would be easier to get a hit outside the US because people are more open to different music. But when you look at her stats for other countries, it makes you wonder how difficult it can be to get hits.

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JANET JACKSON - Top Mediabase Tracks

(year - title - audience impressions in millions - spins)



  • 2001 All For You : 3,001.237 (337,937)
  • 1997 Together Again : 2,575.855 (179,259)
  • 2000 Doesn't Really Matter : 1,766.104 (175,054)
  • 2001 Someone To Call My Lover : 1,644.166 (228,626)
  • 1997 I Get Lonely : 1,297.624 (75,844)
  • 1993 That's The Way Love Goes : 997.466 (85,219)
  • 2006 Call On Me (f/Nelly) : 944.369 (103,926)
  • 1986 When I Think Of You : 912.873 (80,296)
  • 1997 Go Deep : 747.290 (72,915)
  • 2001 Son Of A Gun (I Betcha...) : 517.700 (65,396)
  • 1986 Let's Wait Awhile : 509.476 (48,244)
  • 1986 What Have You Done For Me... : 467.459 (50,147)
  • 1993 Any Time, Any Place : 426.769 (32,224)
  • 1986 Funny How Time Flies : 336.965 (25,734)
  • 1989 Escapade : 325.444 (44,172)
  • 1993 Again : 315.424 (27,214)
  • 2004 I Want You : 314.202 (33,061)
  • 1989 Come Back To Me : 302.100 (30,014)
  • 1986 Nasty : 284.277 (31,994)
  • 1989 Miss You Much : 263.302 (32,973)
  • 2004 Just A Little While : 196.926 (30,984)
  • 1986 Control : 182.490 (19,895)
  • 1997 Got 'Til It's Gone (f/ Q-Tip) : 178.118 (9,461)
  • 2006 So Excited : 166.420 (23,062)
  • 2004 All Nite (Don't Stop) : 159.294 (20,203)
  • 1990 Alright : 151.327 (13,982)
  • 1986 Pleasure Principle : 150.671 (13,593)
  • 1990 Love Will Never Do (Without..) : 123.379 (15,849)
  • 1993 If : 122.326 (10,632)
  • 2004 CHINGY - Don't Worry (f/ Janet Jackson) : 116.097 (17,672)
  • 1997 Every Time : 94.379 (10,387)
  • 1995 Runaway : 89.885 (15,257)
  • 1989 Rhythm Nation : 78.822 (10,031)
  • 2004 R&B Junkie : 75.012 (6,491)
  • 2006 With U : 41.990 (7,415)
  • 1989 Black Cat : 25.847 (4,387)
  • 1993 Because Of Love : 23.192 (3,159)
  • 1993 You Want This : 20.616 (2,371)
  • 1997 Velvet Rope : 20.283 (2,409)
  • 1989 Lonely : 16.144 (1,380)
  • 2001 Come On Get Up : 16.026 (1,551)
  • 2004 My Baby (f/ KANYE WEST ) : 14.403 (1,204)
  • 2001 Feels So Right : 14.089 (1,328)
  • 2006 Take Care : 12.713 (1,425)
  • 1994 And On And On : 12.451 (772)
  • 1994 70's Love Groove : 9.560 (1,086)
  • 2004 Spending Time With You : 8.570 (717)
  • 1993 Where Are You Now : 8.522 (1,252)
  • 2004 Damita Jo : 8.291 (193)
  • 1989 State Of The World : 6.475 (662)
  • 1989 Someday Is Tonight : 5.274 (509)
  • 1995 Twenty Foreplay : 4.675 (478)
  • 2001 Would You Mind : 4.169 (406)
  • 2006 Enjoy : 3.481 (436)
  • 2004 SloLove : 2.808 (45)
  • 2001 When We Oooo : 2.801 (114)
  • 2004 Strawberry Bounce : 2.337 (90)
  • 1993 Throb : 2.240 (78)
  • 1983 Say You Do : 2.141 (217)
  • 2000 Mix : 2.044 (153)
  • 2006 Look Out Weekend : 1.987 (235)
  • 1997 Anything : 1.923 (191)
  • 2001 Truth : 1.831 (247)
  • 2001 You Ain't Right : 1.710 (48)
  • 1993 This Time : 1.451 (163)
  • 2001 Love Scene (Ooh Baby) : 1.414 (178)
  • 2003 Megamix '04 : 1.372 (216)
  • 2004 Like You Don't Love Me : 1.255 (67)
  • 2001 Trust A Try : 1.192 (121)
  • 2004 Island Life : 1.123 (34)
  • 2001 China Love : 1.120 (87)
  • 1982 Young Love : 1.037 (56)
  • 2004 Thinkin' Bout My Ex : 0.907 (229)
  • 2006 Show Me : 0.847 (111)
  • 2006 Daybreak : 0.745 (29)
  • 1997 You : 0.719 (47)
  • 2006 Do It 2 Me : 0.692 (43)
  • 1995 One More Chance : 0.658 (65)
  • 1984 Don't Stand Another Chance : 0.645 (43)
  • 1997 Tonight's The Night : 0.578 (31)
  • 1989 The Knowledge : 0.542 (23)
  • 2004 Exhibition : 0.427 (10)
  • 1993 The Body That Loves You : 0.419 (43)
  • 2006 Get It Out Me : 0.353 (26)
  • 1997 My Need : 0.352 (10)
  • 1983 Come Give Your Love To Me : 0.349 (19)
  • 1997 What About : 0.349 (15)
  • 2004 Warmth : 0.301 (87) :umm:
  • 1997 Freexone : 0.287 (17)
  • 2004 Moist : 0.283 (23)
  • 2004 Truly : 0.185 (8)
  • 2001 Better Days : 0.138 (11)
  • 1989 Livin' In A World (They...) : 0.111 (15)
  • 1997 Rope Burn : 0.097 (8)
  • 2006 Love 2 Love : 0.097 (12)
  • 1990 Skin Game (Pt. 1) : 0.081 (12)
  • 2006 This Body : 0.070 (9)
  • 2001 The Way It Is : 0.059 (2)
  • 2004 The Islands : 0.058 (2)
  • 1993 New Agenda : 0.055 (1)
  • 2006 Put It On Me : 0.042 (7)
  • 1990 Black Cat (MTV Music Awards) : 0.030 (2)
  • 1997 Empty : 0.026 (3)
  • 1997 Special : 0.021 (2)
  • 1993 What'll I Do : 0.015 (3)
  • 2004 Looking For Love : 0.012 (2)
  • 1993 Sweet Dreams : 0.011 (3)
  • 2004 The One : 0.011 (1)
  • 2004 Magic Hour : 0.011 (1)
  • 1994 Ooops Now : 0.010 (1)
  • 2004 Could This Be Love : 0.008 (3)
  • ???? SPECIAL PROGRAMMING - Janet Jackson Special : 0.006 (1)
  • 1988 You Can Be Mine : 0.004 (1)
  • 1990 One Day : 0.003 (1)

http://www.ukmix.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1020054#1020054

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JANET JACKSON - Top Mediabase Tracks

(year - title - audience impressions in millions - spins)



  • 1986 When I Think Of You : 912.873 (80,296) (The only song from the 80's in the top ten)hee20hee-vi272.gif
  • 1986 Let's Wait Awhile : 509.476 (48,244)
  • 1986 What Have You Done For Me... : 467.459 (50,147)
  • 1986 Funny How Time Flies : 336.965 (25,734)

http://www.ukmix.org/forums/viewtopic.php?p=1020054#1020054

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Billboard's All Time Pop Songs Charts

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A rundown of stats:

That's The Way Love Goes - #1

If - #2

Again - #2

Because Of Love - #4

Any Time, Any Place - #6

You Want This - #10

Scream - #20

Runaway - #2

Twenty Foreplay - #36

Together Again - #5

I Get Lonely - #29

Go Deep - #12

What's It Gonna Be?! - #40

Doesn't Really Matter - #3

All For You - #1

Someone To Call My Lover - #3

Feel It Boy - #25

Just A Little While - #17

All Nite (Don't Stop) - #33

Feedback - #30

And Media Traffic updated their ranking:

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Janet is so irrelevant.

How dare she outrank some of her contemporaries with 2 albums in the 90's and 3 underwhelming albums in the 2000's. :coffee:

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Janet is so irrelevant.

How dare she outrank some of her contemporaries with 2 albums in the 90's and 3 underwhelming albums in the 2000's. :coffee:

This is what success looks like

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Who Are The Biggest WIN-ners In Hot 100 History?

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Its name? WIN average. What does it stand for? An act's average w eeks i n the N o. 1 position. Its formula? Simply, total weeks at No. 1 divided by total No. 1s. Its goal? Also simply, to quantify which acts tally the most time atop a given Billboard chart with their No. 1 hits.

With 47 weeks at No. 1, Rihanna ties Usher for the fourth-highest total in the Hot 100's history. Only Mariah Carey (79 weeks), the Beatles (59) and Boyz II Men (50) have spent more time atop the survey. Below Rihanna and Usher, Michael Jackson has racked 37 weeks at No. 1, followed by Beyonce (36), Elton John (34), Janet Jackson (33) and Madonna (32).

Of those 10 artists to spend the most weeks at No. 1 on the Hot 100, which have averaged the longest stays on top? The first-ever WIN average ranking among those acts stands as follows:

WIN average, artist (weeks at No. 1/total No. 1s)

10, Boyz II Men (50/5)

7.2, Beyonce (36/5)

5.2, Usher (47/9)

4.4, Mariah Carey (79/18)

3.9, Rihanna (47/12)

3.8, Elton John (34/9)

3.3, Janet Jackson (33/10)

2.95, the Beatles (59/20)

2.85, Michael Jackson (37/13)

2.7, Madonna (32/12)

The top of the list above succinctly spells out what chart fans have surely noticed: that Boyz II Men's No. 1 stays have been uncommonly lengthy. Of their five leaders, three spent 13 or more weeks in charge: "End of the Road" (13, 1992), "I'll Make Love to You" (14, 1994) and "One Sweet Day," with Carey (a Hot 100-record 16, 1995-96).

Beyonce, too, has made the most of her visits to No. 1, spending no fewer than four weeks in control with each of her five leaders. (Rihanna places fifth on the ranking.)

Conversely, and perhaps surprisingly, the King and Queen of Pop claim the bottom two spots on the above tally. While Michael Jackson and Madonna have earned 13 and 12 Hot 100 coronations, respectively, each has averaged fewer than three weeks at the apex with each No. 1.

Jackson and Madonna are, however, products of their peak hit eras; in the '80s, when the Hot 100 blended sales and airplay data provided by retailers and radio programmers, respectively, songs on average spent fewer weeks at No. 1 than after late 1991, when the chart adopted more accurate electronically-monitored Nielsen Music data, which has resulted in longer average reigns. (The era comparison suggests that retail and radio seemingly reported faster turnover before the change in tabulation than existed, a practice that record labels no doubt endorsed, as more songs could claim vaunted No. 1 status).

Similarly, the act with the most Hot 100 No. 1s, the Beatles, are third-to-last on the ranking above, their 20 toppers also translating to just under three weeks at No. 1 apiece. As in the '80s, the '60s, too, featured high turnover atop the chart.

A high "WIN average" among the 10 acts above, then, spotlights artists who have not only made repeat trips to the top of the Hot 100 but have logged impressive penthouse residences once there. It also points out the longer average commands that songs have registered since electronically-tracked Nielsen data has fueled the chart.

Helpful? Hopefully, in that such thinking can help expand the scope of chart analysis and the measurement of artists' achievements.

Interesting? Perhaps it depends on how geeky a proud chart geek wants to be.

(Just as long as perusing Billboard charts remains more fun than doing your taxes.)

http://www.billboard.com/column/chartbeat/who-are-the-biggest-win-ners-in-hot-100-1008045552.story?utm_source=most_recent#/column/chartbeat/who-are-the-biggest-win-ners-in-hot-100-1008045552.story?utm_source=most_recent

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