Archive for category 46. Love don’t live here anymore

Love don’t live here anymore

(Written by Miles Gregory. Producer: Nile Rodgers/David Reitzas)
Released by Maverick Records in March 19, 1996

Found in:
Like a virgin (1984)
Something to remember (1995)

Certification: None
Soundscan: 72,000 copies (06/2006)
Downloads: 14,500 (11/02/2008)  

Live performances:
None

CHART RUNS:

Billboard Hot 100
Debut Date: April 20, 1996
Peak date: May 18, 1996
Final week on chart: June 8, 1996
Peak: #78
Chart run: 91-87-79-79-78-89-91-100-off (8 weeks)

Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles
Debut Date: April 6, 1996
Peak date: April 6, 1996
Final week on chart: April 13, 1996
Peak: #1 (1 week)
Chart run: 1-5-off (2 weeks)

Hot 100 Single Sales
DID NOT CHART

Hot 100 Airplay
DID NOT CHART

Adult Contemporary
Debut date: May 18, 1996
Peak date: May 25, 1996
Final week on chart: May 25, 1996
Peak: #29
Chart run: 30-29-off (2 weeks)

Hot Dance Music/Club Play
Debut date: June 22, 1996
Peak date: July 20, 1996
Final week on chart: August 17, 1996
Peak: #16
Chart run: 39-30-27-19-19-16-17-20-29-34-off (10 weeks)

Rest of the world
Australia: #27
Canada: #24

France: #48

“Love don’t live here anymore” was chosen as the second and final single released from Madonna’s Greatest Ballad Hits compilation “Something to remember” in the USA. It is her 46th international single release overall and 38th in the United States. Originally this song was recorded for Madonna’s second studio album “Like a virgin”, and it only got a limited single release in Japan in 1986, however noting that this one is a favorite from her, it was not only included in the compilation, but also remixed and reworked for the occasion, in detriment of “One more chance” that only got a limited European and Australian release.

Unfortunately, this song didn’t exactly set the charts on fire, due to the dark and somber nature of the song, it failed to appeal to wide audiences and did not chart on the Singles and Airplay chart, however it did manage to enter the Billboard Hot 100 and at the time it became Madonna’s lowest peaking single landing at #78. The video was directed by her long time collaborator Jean-Baptiste Mondino, responsible for “Open your heart”, “Justify my love” and “Human nature”. It was filmed in Buenos Aires while Madonna was in location filming Evita and in the early months of her pregnancy. It’s the only Madonna video shot in one single frame.

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