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April, 1999

Week of  April 3, 1999:

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #71 (55 weeks/24,000 copies/3,085,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100: “Nothing really matters” #10 (4 weeks)

HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #7 (8 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #45 (54 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #26 (40 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Nothing really matters” #41 (3 weeks)

TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #25 (4 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #38 (119 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #35 (4 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #13 (56 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 ”Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS
#2 ”Believe” CHER
#3  “Pretty fly (For a white guy)” OFFSPRING  
#4 “Strong enough” CHER
#5 ”Wish I could fly” ROXETTE
#6  ”Maria” BLONDIE
#7 ”Dango 3 Kyodai” DANGO GASSHODAN & CO
#8 ”Big big world” EMILIA
#9 “As” GEORGE MICHAEL & MARY J. BLIGE
#10 “Nothing really matters” MADONNA (3 weeks)  

Week of  April 10, 1999:
04/13/1999: “Nothing really matters” is released

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #83 (56 weeks)  

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100: “Nothing really matters” #9 (5 weeks)

HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #8 (9 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #44 (55 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #27 (41 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Nothing really matters” #47 (4 weeks)

TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #26 (5 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #42 (120 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #51 (5 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #15 (57 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 ”Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS
#2 ”Believe” CHER
#3  “No scrubs” TLC  
#4 “Strong enough” CHER
#5 ”Maria” BLONDIE 
#6  “Pretty fly (For a white guy)” OFFSPRING 
#7 ”Wish I could fly” ROXETTE
#8 “Flat beat” MR OIZO
#9 “Nothing really matters” MADONNA (4 weeks)  
#10 “As” GEORGE MICHAEL & MARY J. BLIGE

Week of  April 17, 1999:

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #92 (57 weeks)  

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100: “Nothing really matters” #18 (FINAL WEEK/6 weeks)

HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #14 (10 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #46 (FINAL WEEK/56 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #33 (42 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Nothing really matters” #47 (5 weeks)

TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #28 (6 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #40 (121 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #46 (6 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #16 (58 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 ”Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS
#2 “No scrubs” TLC
#3 ”Believe” CHER
#4 ”Maria” BLONDIE  
#5 “Strong enough” CHER
#6  “Every morning” SUGAR RAY 
#7  “Pretty fly (For a white guy)” OFFSPRING
#8 “Nothing really matters” MADONNA (5 weeks)
#9 “I still believe” MARIAH CAREY
#10 “Flat beat” MR OIZO

Week of  April 24, 1999:

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #98 (58 weeks)  

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #23 (11 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #35 (43 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Nothing really matters” #44 (6 weeks)

TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #38 (FINAL WEEK/7 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #41 (122 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #58 (7 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #24 (59 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 ”Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS
#2 “No scrubs” TLC
#3 ”Believe” CHER
#4 “Strong enough” CHER
#5 ”Maria” BLONDIE  
#6  “Every morning” SUGAR RAY 
#7  “Nothing really matters” MADONNA (6 weeks)
#8 “I still believe” MARIAH CAREY
#9 “Flat beat” MR OIZO
#10 “Wish I could fly” ROXETTE

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March, 1999

Week of  March 6, 1999:

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #60 (51 weeks/25,000 copies/2,963,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “The power of goodbye” #59 (21 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #2 (4 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #43 (50 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #24 (36 weeks)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #24 (19 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #39 (Re-entry/115 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #11 (52 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
“The power of goodbye” #22 (19 weeks)  

Week of  March 13, 1999:
“Ray of light” returns to the Top 40 in Billboard after 1 year and sells over 3 million copies

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #37 (52 weeks/42,000 copies/3,005,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “The power of goodbye” #63 (FINAL WEEK/22 weeks)
BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100: “Nothing really matters” #25 (DEBUT)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #1 (5 weeks/1 week at #1)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #35 (51 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #22 (37 weeks)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #24 (20 weeks)
TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #37 (DEBUT)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #35 (116 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #7 (DEBUT)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #12 (53 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
“The power of goodbye” #28 (FINAL WEEK/20 weeks)  

Week of  March 20, 1999:
“Nothing really matters” spends a second week at #1 on the Dance Chart

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #49 (53 weeks/30,000 copies/3,035,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100: “Nothing really matters” #14 (2 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #1 (6 weeks/2 weeks at #1)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #36 (52 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #22 (38 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Nothing really matters” #54 (DEBUT)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #30 (21 weeks)
TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #31 (2 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #35 (117 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #16 (2 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #17 (54 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
“Nothing really matters” #11 (DEBUT)  

Week of  March 27, 1999:
03/29/1999: “Evita, the Complete Motion Picture Soundtrack” is certified 5xPlatinum

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #58 (54 weeks/26,000 copies/3,061,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
BUBBLING UNDER HOT 100: “Nothing really matters” #10 (3 weeks)

HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #3 (7 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #40 (53 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #23 (39 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Nothing really matters” #29 (2 weeks)

ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #30 (FINAL WEEK/22 weeks)
TOP 40 MAINSTREAM: “Nothing really matters” #27 (3 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #35 (118 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK SINGLES TOP 100: 
“Nothing really matters” #24 (3 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #11 (55 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
“Nothing really matters” #11 (2 weeks)  

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February, 1999

Week of  February 6, 1999:

BILLBOARD HOT 100:
“The Power of goodbye” #81 (17 weeks)

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #65 (47 weeks/23,000 copies/2,873,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “Ray of light” #63 (31 weeks)
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “The power of goodbye” #47 (17 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #24 (46 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #19 (32 weeks)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #14 (15 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #42 (112 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
#1 “You’ve come a log way, Baby” FAT BOY SLIM 
#2 “I’ve been expecting you” ROBBIE WILLIAMS  
#3 “Talk on corners” CORRS
#4  “Step one” STEPS 
#5 “Forgiven, not forgotten” CORRS 
#6 “Ladies & Gentlemen-The Best of” GEORGE MICHAEL  
#7 “Where we belong” BOYZONE  
#8 “There it is” 911
#9 “Ray of light” MADONNA (48 weeks/19 weeks at Top 10)

#10 “Americana” OFFSPRING

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 “Believe” CHER 
#2 “When you believe” MARIAH CAREY & WHITNEY HOUSTON
#3  “Big big world” EMILIA 
#4 “Pretty fly (For a white guy)” OFFSPRING 
#5 “Goodbye” SPICE GIRLS  
#6  “When you’re gone” BRYAN ADAMS FEAT. MEL C 
#7 “I’m your angel” CELINE DION & R. KELLY 
#8 “The power of goodbye” MADONNA (15 weeks)  
#9 “Miami” WILL SMITH
#10 “Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS

Week of  February 13, 1999:
“Ray of light” completes a 20-week run in the UK’s Top 10

BILLBOARD HOT 100:
“The Power of goodbye” #88 (18 weeks)

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #66 (48 weeks/20,000 copies/2,893,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “Ray of light” #72 (32 weeks)
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “The power of goodbye” #49 (18 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #21 (DEBUT)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #29 (47 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #22 (33 weeks)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #14 (16 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #43 (113 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
#1 “You’ve come a log way, Baby” FAT BOY SLIM 
#2 “Talk on corners” CORRS 
#3 “I’ve been expecting you” ROBBIE WILLIAMS  
#4  “Step one” STEPS 
#5 “Forgiven, not forgotten” CORRS 
#6 “Ladies & Gentlemen-The Best of” GEORGE MICHAEL  
#7  “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” LAURYN HILL 
#8 “Where we belong” BOYZONE
#9 “Ray of light” MADONNA (49 weeks/20 weeks at Top 10)

#10 “Americana” OFFSPRING

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 “Believe” CHER 
#2 “Big big world” EMILIA 
#3 “When you believe” MARIAH CAREY & WHITNEY HOUSTON
#4 “Goodbye” SPICE GIRLS 
#5  “When you’re gone” BRYAN ADAMS FEAT. MEL C 
#6  “Pretty fly (For a white guy)” OFFSPRING 
#7 “Miami” WILL SMITH 
#8 “Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS 
#9 “I’m your angel” CELINE DION & R. KELLY 
#10 “The power of goodbye” MADONNA (16 weeks)  

Week of  February 20, 1999:
“The power of goodbye” spends the last of 19 weeks in the Billboard Hot 100

BILLBOARD HOT 100:
“The Power of goodbye” #96 (FINAL WEEK/19 weeks)

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #64 (49 weeks/21,000 copies/2,914,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “Ray of light” #70 (FINAL WEEK/33 weeks)
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “The power of goodbye” #54 (19 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #9 (2 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #37 (48 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #17 (34 weeks)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #21 (17 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” #43 (114 weeks)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #12 (50 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
#1 “Believe” CHER 
#2 “Winter again” GLAY 
#3 “Big big world” EMILIA  
#4 “When you believe” MARIAH CAREY & WHITNEY HOUSTON 
#5  “Pretty fly (For a white guy)” OFFSPRING 
#6  “When you’re gone” BRYAN ADAMS FEAT. MEL C 
#7 “Goodbye” SPICE GIRLS 
#8 “Baby one more time” BRITNEY SPEARS 
#9  “Miami” WILL SMITH
#10 “The power of goodbye” MADONNA (17 weeks)  

Week of  February 27, 1999:
02/24/1999: Madonna performs “Nothing really matters” at The Grammy Awards
Wins 4 Grammies including Best Pop Album

BILLBOARD 200:
“Ray of light” #68 (50 weeks/24,000 copies/2,938,000 total 

BILLBOARD COMPREHENSIVE CHARTS:
HOT 100 SINGLE SALES: “The power of goodbye” #58 (20 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/CLUB PLAY: “Nothing really matters” #4 (3 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Frozen” #34 (49 weeks)
HOT DANCE MUSIC/MAXI SINGLES SALES: “Ray of light” #23 (35 weeks)
ADULT CONTEMPORARY: “The power of goodbye” #23 (18 weeks)

POP CATALOG ALBUMS:
“The Immaculate Collection” (DID NOT CHART)

OFFICIAL UK ALBUMS TOP 100: 
“Ray of light” #15 (51 weeks)

UNITED WORLD CHART (TRACKS):
“The power of goodbye” #16 (18 weeks)  

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