“Take A Bow”

’90s No. 1s Revisited: “Take A Bow” The eighty-sixth No. 1 song of the 1990s was “Take A Bow” by Madonna. This track, co-written and co-produced by prolific hit-maker Babyface, was Madonna’s 11th No. 1 single, and her fourth and final one of the decade, following “Vogue” (1990), “Justify My Love” (1991) and “This Used…

“This Used To Be My Playground”

’90s No. 1s Revisited: “This Used To Be My Playground” The sixty-second No. 1 song of the 1990s was “This Used To Be My Playground” by Madonna. This was the Queen of Pop’s 10th chart-topper and her third of the decade, following “Vogue” off the Dick Tracy-inspired CD I’m Breathless and “Justify My Love,” one of…

“Justify My Love”

’90s No. 1s Revisited: “Justify My Love” The twenty-seventh No. 1 song of the 1990s was “Justify My Love” by Madonna. Appearing as one of two new tracks on Madonna’s greatest-hits album Immaculate Collection, “Justify My Love” is best known for its horny-sounding vocals, sultry production and semi-explicit video that MTV decided not to air….

“Vogue”

’90s No. 1s Revisited: “Vogue” The ninth No. 1 song of the 1990s was “Vogue” by Madonna. By the time this song was released, the Material Girl had long-cemented her status as the world’s most popular, controversial and captivating female entertainer, an achievement that transcends any chart trivia. But, for trivia enthusiasts: Prior to “Vogue,”…