BuzzJack
Entertainment Discussion

Welcome Guest ( Log In | Register | Help )

Latest Site News
> -
2 Pages V   1 2 >  
Reply to this topicStart new topic
> OCC: Madonna's Top 40 Best Sellers
Track this topic - Email this topic - Print this topic - Download this topic - Subscribe to this forum
liamk97
post Aug 16 2016, 10:52 AM
Post #1
BuzzJack Legend
*******
Group: Chart Mod
Posts: 28,937
Member No.: 12,472
Joined: 8-December 10
 


Madonna’s Official Top 40 Biggest Selling Singles
16 August 2016 | By Justin Myers

She made it through the wilderness, somehow she made it through… and 32 years after her very first hit Holiday, Madonna still gets everybody talking.

There’s plenty to say about her performances, her fashion sense, her pushing of boundaries and buttons when it comes to sex and ageing and religion and art, but to do any of that, Madonna has needed one thing – her massive collection of hits.

And what a back catalogue it is - her Top 40 biggest sellers alone amounts to over 15 million singles sales.

Jump to the full Top 40, or stick with us as we look over her Top 10, and, yes, we’re doing it in reverse order…

10. Beautiful Stranger (1999)


Outselling seven of Madonna’s chart-toppers is this William Orbit-produced slice of kitsch perfection, from the movie Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me.

Possibly the greatest Number 1 that never was for Madge, Beautiful Stranger had strong first-week sales of over 135,000 copies, but could not compete with S Club 7’s debut – Bring It All Back beat her to it, and denied Beautiful Stranger a place in chart history.

SALES: 534,800


CHART FACT: This was the ninth time Madonna had seen a single stall at Number 2 – she’s had 12 runners-up in total.

MADGE FACT: Madonna has only performed this song on tour once, during the Drowned World Tour in 2001.

9. Frozen (1998)

Now that’s what you call a comeback. After a few years off having her first baby Lourdes and making Evita – which won her a Golden Globe – Madonna returned with a new attitude and an album full of trance bangers and trippy beats.

Lead single Frozen was the perfect introduction and kicked off her work with William Orbit, who’d go on to collaborate with her on two further albums.

SALES: 556,000


CHART FACT: Frozen was Madonna’s first Number 1 in eight years – she hadn’t enjoyed a chart-topper since Vogue in 1990.

MADGE FACT: Madonna didn't really go brunette in the video for Frozen; it was a wig. The video was filmed in bright sunshine in the Californian desert, with the 1998 equivalent of about a million Instagram filters over the top to make it look colder.

8. True Blue (1986)


In many ways, Madonna’s most overlooked Number 1, True Blue came right bang in the middle of the star’s ‘imperial phase’. Written for and about her then-husband Sean Penn, True Blue is very much the unloved stepchild of Madonna’s back catalogue. She never performs it on tour and seems a little bit embarrassed by it.

It didn’t put off anybody buying it, though. While it was Number 1 for just a week, True Blue has outsold some of her more famous Number 1s, including poor old Vogue, which just misses the Top 10.

SALES: 556,900


CHART FACT: True Blue was knocked off Number 1 by EastEnders’ star Nick Berry’s anthem Every Loser Wins. I guess he was proven right that week at least.

MADGE FACT: True Blue was last performed on the Who's That Girl Tour in 1987. Let's just say Madonna does not take True Blue's calls. Not even at Christmas.

7. Like A Prayer (1989)

Madonna’s show-stopper and an instant classic, Like A Prayer was the centre of huge controversy upon release – all in a day’s work for Madge, really. A video featuring burning crosses and a violent murder was always going to grab some attention, and thanks to a well-known soft drinks firm pulling the plug on an advertising campaign featuring the song, its notoriety took it all the way to Number 1.

Also, Madonna hair fans, this was the first time she had led a new album campaign as a brunette. She’d do it only once more, on American Life in 2003.

SALES: 613,300


CHART FACT: Like A Prayer spent three weeks at Number 1 before being toppled by the Bangles’ Eternal Flame.

MADGE FACT: The saint who Madonna snogs in the church is widely, and mistakenly, believed to be based on Jesus. That's not true. He's actually supposed to be St. Martin de Porres, the patron saint of those seeking interracial harmony, which makes perfect sense when you watch the video.

6. Hung Up (2005)

When you start to count up Madonna’s comebacks and reinventions, you run out of fingers pretty quickly. Following what you might call a lukewarm reception to previous album American Life, Madonna decided it was time to crank up the disco beats and fill dance floors up and down the country, which she did with Hung Up, the lead from Confessions On A Dance Floor.

Featuring a mega-famous sample of Abba’s Gimme Gimme Gimme, Hung Up gave Madonna her biggest global hit in years, showed there was plenty of time for us all to get fit enough to buy a leotard and, more importantly, put Madge back at Number 1 where she belonged.

SALES: 625,600


CHART FACT: Hung Up was Madonna’s first Number 1 to spend more than a week at the top since Vogue in 1990.

MADGE FACT: Madonna had a nasty fall from her horse not long before the video was shot and broke her arm and some ribs. She said when she was dancing her arm felt like it was "flapping like a chicken wing". Hung Up's video had a kind of sequel, with the Sorry video picking up where Hung Up left off. Madonna hadn't done this since 1995, when You'll See carried on the story of the Take A Bow video.

Top 5! Are you ready? I’m waaaaaiting…

5. Papa Don’t Preach (1986)


Madonna’s first Number 1 from her classic True Blue album was one of her first major brushes with controversy. Papa Don’t Preach, which told the story of a pregnant teenage girl, angered both anti-abortion and pro-choice campaigners, but political wrangling aside, it was a brilliant pop song.

Madonna’s second Number 1, it ruled the Official Singles Chart for three weeks of summer 1986.

SALES: 650,700


CHART FACT: Papa Don’t Preach ended Wham’s reign at the top with Edge Of Heaven. It was eventually dispatched by Chris de Burgh’s romantic slow-dance classic The Lady In Red.

MADGE FACT: Madonna resurrected her famous 'Italians Do It Better' T-shirt on her 2004 Re-Invention Tour, sometimes switching out the nationality depending on where she was.

4. Holiday (1984, 1985, 1990)

The tune where it all began, which was so popular, she released it three times. Landing at Number 6 in winter 1984 and scoring Madonna her first Top 10, the song went on to bigger success the following year. Released in summer, which makes much more sense when you think about it – it’s about taking some time off, after all – Holiday zoomed to Number 2.

Madge obviously thought she might as well have another crack at Number 1 with Holiday, and so in 1991 released it again – as Madonna’s greatest hits mania was in full swing with the release of The Immaculate Collection. This time, it reached Number 5, but three entries in the Top 10 for the same song isn’t bad at all, really.

SALES: 717,600

CHART FACT: So who kept Holiday off the top? Well, it was the lady herself! One week in 1985, Holiday sat at Number 2 right behind Into The Groove at the top of the Official Singles Chart.

MADGE FACT: In the rarely seen official video for Holiday – that we imagine Madonna would probably rather pretend never happened – Madge's brother Christopher can be seen dancing on the left. They'd later have a huge falling out when Christopher wrote a tell-all book, but she's confirmed they're speaking again now.

3. Crazy For You (1985, 1991)


Madonna’s most successful ballad is officially this track that never actually appeared on any of her studio albums. Taken from the frankly dodgy movie Vision Quest – which would later be renamed Crazy For You for reasons we’re sure aren’t that hard to work out – Crazy For You saw Madge slow things down in the middle of the Madonna mania of the mid-eighties and reach Number 2.

Crazy For You was another of her old tunes that got a chance to chart again, coming out again in 1991 and, remarkably, hitting Number 2 once more.

SALES: 781,900

CHART FACT: On its first run, Crazy For You was kept off Number 1 by Sister Sledge’s Frankie. On its return to Number 2 in 1991, it was kept at bay by two records.

The Simpsons’ Do The Bartman (!) held it off first of all, then a rerelease of The Clash’s Should I Stay Or Should I Go leapfrogged over her to take the top spot.

MADGE FACT: Gambler was featured in Vision Quest too. Madonna hasn't performed that on any of her tours since her very first in 1985.

2. Like A Virgin (1984)

This is the one where everything changed for Madonna and she began to resemble the unstoppable force that would dominate pop in the Eighties. The Nile Rodgers-produced track didn’t just kick off the campaign for Madonna’s second album of the same name, Like A Virgin was also the first of an incredible run of 36 consecutive Top 10 entries. No star has bettered that yet.

Also incredible is that Madonna’s second biggest selling single wasn’t even a Number 1 – a question commonly incorrectly guessed in pub quizzes – it reached Number 3.

SALES: 832,200

CHART FACT: Like A Virgin was the 18th bestselling single of 1984.

MADGE FACT: Nile Rodgers, who produced the Like A Virgin album, has said that he was hoping to work with Madonna throughout her career, but his girlfriend didn't get on with actor Sean Penn, who ended up being the first Mr Madonna.

1. Into The Groove (1985)

It’s only right that the song that should rule them all is Her Madgesty’s very first Number 1, the song that started off a run of 13 Number 1 singles, more than any other female artist in British chart history.

Soundtracking Madonna’s big-screen debut in Desperately Seeking Susan, Into The Groove was a huge hit over summer 1985. Despite not having a proper video and thanks in part to not being available on Madonna’s Like A Virgin album – until a reissue solved that problem later on – Into The Groove stormed to the top of the Official Singles Chart and refused to budge for a month.

While Into The Groove may not hold the same affection for many as Holiday or Crazy For You still do, it still pretty much sums up Madonna’s whole ethos. “Only when I’m dancing can I feel this free,” she sings, barely pausing for breath, and she hasn’t stopped busting a move since.

An anthem fit for a queen, Into The Groove takes the throne – it’s her biggest selling song, and you can’t argue with that.

SALES: 877,500. Yep, that’s right, it’s not a million-seller. Madonna is one of the most successful acts of all time to still not nab a million-selling single.

CHART FACTS: Into The Groove is tied with Vogue for her longest stint at Number 1 – four weeks. It knocked Eurythmics’ There Must Be An Angel (Playing With My Heart) off the top. It was eventually toppled by UB40 and Chrissie Hynde with their cover of I Got You Babe.

Into The Groove also managed to keep Madonna herself off Number 1 – the rerelease of Holiday sat right behind it from 11–17 August 1985. Coincidentally, that was the week of Madonna’s 27th birthday.

MADGE FACT: Into The Groove would later feature in a jeans commercial, with a guest appearance from Missy Elliott and with refreshed lyrics. Missy would later team up with Madonna, Britney and Christina on that MTV VMAs performance in 2003.

Other notable entries
Madonna’s 1990 Number 1 Vogue just misses a Top 10 placing, landing at Number 11 with over 530,000 sales.

Her most recent chart-topper 4 Minutes FT Justin Timberlake is just behind it at 12, with 507,000 copies sold.

Material Girl, a Number 3 hit in 1985 thanks to one of her most iconic videos, has to settle for 16th, with over 385,000 sales.

Justify My Love, which was pretty saucy back in the day, and launched Madonna's first greatest hits album The Immaculate Collection, comes in 23rd with 275,500 sales. The Immaculate Collection is one of the biggest-selling albums of all time.

Fan-favourite Gambler, which Madonna doesn’t seem to be that fond of and can be very hard to track down, finishes 25th, with a sales tally of 270,000. Its sandwiched between two of Madonna’s hugely overlooked hits Dress You Up and Angel, which both reached Number 5 despite having no video! The power of Madonna in 1985 – if you'd have been able to bottle it, you'd have ruled the world.

Madonna’s collaboration with Britney Spears, Me Against The Music, scrapes into the Top 40 at Number 39, but if you’re a Madonna purist and want to know which Madge solo effort Me Against The Music has pushed into 41st place? Well, it’s bad news for Erotica. That lands just outside.

Madonna’s biggest selling single not to go Top 10? That honour belongs to Lucky Star – a Number 14 hit in 1984 and finishing 42nd on her countdown.

Here’s the full Top 40:

TRACK CHART PEAK YEAR
1 INTO THE GROOVE 1 1985
2 LIKE A VIRGIN 3 1984
3 CRAZY FOR YOU 2 1985/1990
4 HOLIDAY 2 1984/1985/1990
5 PAPA DON'T PREACH 1 1986
6 HUNG UP 1 2005
7 LIKE A PRAYER 1 1989
8 TRUE BLUE 1 1986
9 FROZEN 1 1998
10 BEAUTIFUL STRANGER 2 1999
11 VOGUE 1 1990
12 4 MINUTES 1 2007
13 LA ISLA BONITA 1 1987
14 MUSIC 1 2000
15 AMERICAN PIE 1 2000
16 MATERIAL GIRL 3 1985
17 DON'T CRY FOR ME ARGENTINA 3 1996
18 WHO'S THAT GIRL 1 1987
19 BORDERLINE 2 1986
20 YOU'LL SEE 5 1995
21 RAY OF LIGHT 2 1998
22 LIVE TO TELL 2 1986
23 JUSTIFY MY LOVE 2 1990
24 DRESS YOU UP 5 1985
25 GAMBLER 4 1985
26 ANGEL 5 1985
27 OPEN YOUR HEART 4 1986
28 DEAR JESSIE 5 1989
29 HANKY PANKY 2 1990
30 SORRY 1 2006
31 DIE ANOTHER DAY 3 2002
32 CAUSING A COMMOTION 4 1987
33 CHERISH 3 1989
34 DON'T TELL ME 4 2000
35 EXPRESS YOURSELF 5 1989
36 THE POWER OF GOOD-BYE 6 1998
37 GIVE IT 2 ME 7 2008
38 THIS USED TO BE MY PLAYGROUND 3 1992
39 ME AGAINST THE MUSIC (WITH BRITNEY SPEARS) 2 2003
40 RAIN 7 1993

©2015 Official Charts Company . All rights reserved.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
liamk97
post Aug 16 2016, 11:01 AM
Post #2
BuzzJack Legend
*******
Group: Chart Mod
Posts: 28,937
Member No.: 12,472
Joined: 8-December 10
 


This is what the Top 10 has sold since the last countdown from March 2015:

1 INTO THE GROOVE 1 1985 6,200
2 LIKE A VIRGIN 3 1984 5,500
3 CRAZY FOR YOU 2 1985/1990 6,900
4 HOLIDAY 2 1984/1985/1990 8,200
5 PAPA DON'T PREACH 1 1986 5,700
6 HUNG UP 1 2005 8,600
7 LIKE A PRAYER 1 1989 20,000
8 TRUE BLUE 1 1986 0
9 FROZEN 1 1998 4,600
10 BEAUTIFUL STRANGER 2 1999 2,300

Wow at 'Like a Prayer'! Pretty sure that's pure sales as well, no streams added.

FYI, the sales in the "other notable entries" section have not been updated.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
M4NG0
post Aug 16 2016, 11:55 AM
Post #3
BuzzJack Platinum Member
******
Group: Members
Posts: 9,390
Member No.: 151
Joined: 10-March 06
 


Every time I see one of these lists, it makes me want to put on a Madonna playlist on spotify for the day biggrin.gif
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
fiesta
post Aug 16 2016, 01:20 PM
Post #4
BuzzJack Enthusiast
****
Group: Members
Posts: 1,378
Member No.: 232
Joined: 15-March 06
   No Gallery Pics
 


Strange how Like A Prayer has sold more than twice as fast as the others since the last update, I'm guessing it must be an airplay favorite with commercial radio or perhaps it was the All Saints cover that did it.

Why do they keep updating Madonna all the time, what about Marish Carey Whitney Houston, Rihanna etc..


This post has been edited by fiesta: Aug 16 2016, 01:23 PM
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
BillyH
post Aug 16 2016, 01:29 PM
Post #5
BuzzJack Enthusiast
****
Group: Members
Posts: 1,914
Member No.: 6,614
Joined: 10-July 08
   No Gallery Pics
 


'Vogue' being outside the top ten hurts. Madonna's always been a bit hit & miss for me as an artist but from 1989 to 1990 everything she released was gold.

Happy to see Like A Prayer doing so well though, if only they'd actually re-release the proper version that was a hit at the time!
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Euphorique
post Aug 16 2016, 01:39 PM
Post #6
BuzzJack Legend
*******
Group: Members
Posts: 21,515
Member No.: 421
Joined: 6-April 06
 


Vogue deserves to knock Beautiful Stranger out of the top10
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
JCM20
post Aug 16 2016, 01:59 PM
Post #7
BuzzJack Enthusiast
****
Group: Members
Posts: 688
Member No.: 22,819
Joined: 1-January 16
   No Gallery Pics
 


QUOTE(fiesta @ Aug 16 2016, 02:20 PM) *
Strange how Like A Prayer has sold more than twice as fast as the others since the last update, I'm guessing it must be an airplay favorite with commercial radio or perhaps it was the All Saints cover that did it.

Why do they keep updating Madonna all the time, what about Marish Carey Whitney Houston, Rihanna etc..


Not sure who Marish Carey is (lol), Whitney probably had one after she died and Rihanna had one in January
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
JCM20
post Aug 16 2016, 02:00 PM
Post #8
BuzzJack Enthusiast
****
Group: Members
Posts: 688
Member No.: 22,819
Joined: 1-January 16
   No Gallery Pics
 


I'm surprised at Ray of Light not even appearing in the top 20!
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
JingleBellJupes
post Aug 16 2016, 03:15 PM
Post #9
BuzzJack Enthusiast
****
Group: Artist Mod
Posts: 1,691
Member No.: 22,895
Joined: 21-January 16
   No Gallery Pics
 


Its always crazy that Into the Groove did so well because its not at all what I would class as one of Madonna's flagship hits. Its sales must have been extremely frontloaded through the 80s + 90s because I don't see it consistently selling so well.

Beyond 'Into the Groove' seeming really outdated slang by now, Madonna has so many more iconic hits - Like A Prayer, Like A Virgin, Material Girl, Vogue, to name but a few, that first-time fans would identify her more with and buy as an intro, and then Hung Up, Ray of Light and Frozen as more modern-sounding songs that continue to fit onto playlists and compilations today.


This post has been edited by 360Jupiter: Aug 16 2016, 03:21 PM
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Tawdry Hepburn
post Aug 16 2016, 04:16 PM
Post #10
I'll find your lips in the street lights
********
Group: Artist Mod
Posts: 60,297
Member No.: 51
Joined: 7-March 06
 


QUOTE(fiesta @ Aug 16 2016, 02:20 PM) *
Strange how Like A Prayer has sold more than twice as fast as the others since the last update, I'm guessing it must be an airplay favorite with commercial radio or perhaps it was the All Saints cover that did it.


All Saints cover?

QUOTE(360Jupiter @ Aug 16 2016, 04:15 PM) *
Its always crazy that Into the Groove did so well because its not at all what I would class as one of Madonna's flagship hits. Its sales must have been extremely frontloaded through the 80s + 90s because I don't see it consistently selling so well.

Beyond 'Into the Groove' seeming really outdated slang by now, Madonna has so many more iconic hits - Like A Prayer, Like A Virgin, Material Girl, Vogue, to name but a few, that first-time fans would identify her more with and buy as an intro, and then Hung Up, Ray of Light and Frozen as more modern-sounding songs that continue to fit onto playlists and compilations today.


To be fair, I do know quite a few people who consider 'Into The Groove' their favourite Madonna song (not me though).

'True Blue' actually sold 0 since March 2015?
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Robbie
post Aug 16 2016, 04:35 PM
Post #11
BuzzJack Gold Member
*****
Group: Members
Posts: 2,308
Member No.: 366
Joined: 4-April 06
   No Gallery Pics
 


If I ever needed an excuse to play 'Into The Groove' now is as good as any... it still sounds brilliant. Non stop sheer exuberance from the first brilliant bass intro to the last.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
MARIAH.
post Aug 16 2016, 07:43 PM
Post #12
"Jayrusaleminians" - Umi.
******
Group: Chart Mod
Posts: 17,435
Member No.: 3,217
Joined: 4-April 07
 


QUOTE(mr_pmt @ Aug 16 2016, 05:16 PM) *
All Saints cover?

All Saints covered 'Like a Prayer' this year - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6vb6b8NgMzU
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
liamk97
post Aug 16 2016, 08:24 PM
Post #13
BuzzJack Legend
*******
Group: Chart Mod
Posts: 28,937
Member No.: 12,472
Joined: 8-December 10
 


QUOTE(mr_pmt @ Aug 16 2016, 05:16 PM) *
'True Blue' actually sold 0 since March 2015?

I'm guessing it's another example of the OCC forgetting to update the figure (I've noticed the article is pretty much a copy of what was posted in March 2015). It's surely managed a couple of thousand.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
No Sleeep
post Aug 16 2016, 09:53 PM
Post #14
BuzzJack Enthusiast
****
Group: Members
Posts: 601
Member No.: 22,008
Joined: 22-June 15
   No Gallery Pics
 


Lol they also ignored the fact that she sang True Blue on the Rebel Heart tour

I saw her last year but it's just now I'm really getting into her albums and stuff, I love absolutely everything she released in the 90s wub.gif Bedtime Stories is such an underrated album.

I always think Like A Prayer sold way more than it has! I'm really glad to see Rain and The Power of Goodbye sneak into the top 40 wub.gif


This post has been edited by No Sleeep: Aug 16 2016, 09:55 PM
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
liamk97
post Aug 16 2016, 10:06 PM
Post #15
BuzzJack Legend
*******
Group: Chart Mod
Posts: 28,937
Member No.: 12,472
Joined: 8-December 10
 


QUOTE(No Sleeep @ Aug 16 2016, 10:53 PM) *
Bedtime Stories is such an underrated album.

Yes!!! They're releasing it on heavy-weight vinyl soon and I'm so tempted to buy and start a Madonna vinyl collection because I think it would just sound perfect in that format. wub.gif
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
Ethan
post Aug 16 2016, 10:25 PM
Post #16
3:23
******
Group: Members
Posts: 10,781
Member No.: 5,269
Joined: 18-January 08
   No Gallery Pics
 


'hung up' would've been a huge million seller had it been released in the 90s or 10s~
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
M4NG0
post Aug 17 2016, 09:01 AM
Post #17
BuzzJack Platinum Member
******
Group: Members
Posts: 9,390
Member No.: 151
Joined: 10-March 06
 


QUOTE(No Sleeep @ Aug 16 2016, 10:53 PM) *
I'm really glad to see Rain and The Power of Goodbye sneak into the top 40 wub.gif

Two of her absolute best wub.gif
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
girlsaloudjunkie
post Aug 17 2016, 10:05 AM
Post #18
BuzzJack Regular
***
Group: Members
Posts: 244
Member No.: 5,073
Joined: 18-December 07
   No Gallery Pics
 


How the f*** has the 5th single from the Like A Prayer album 'Dear Jessie' outsold the massive 2nd and 3rd singles 'Express Yourself' and 'Cherish'?
This must be some sort of mistake? ohmy.gif
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
M4NG0
post Aug 17 2016, 10:29 AM
Post #19
BuzzJack Platinum Member
******
Group: Members
Posts: 9,390
Member No.: 151
Joined: 10-March 06
 


QUOTE(girlsaloudjunkie @ Aug 17 2016, 11:05 AM) *
How the f*** has the 5th single from the Like A Prayer album 'Dear Jessie' outsold the massive 2nd and 3rd singles 'Express Yourself' and 'Cherish'?
This must be some sort of mistake? ohmy.gif

Why's it so hard to believe? Look at the chart runs, all three singles peaked between 3 and 5 but 'Dear Jessie' spent more weeks in the Top 10 than the other two did. I imagine all three have very close sales anyway.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post
liamk97
post Aug 17 2016, 10:35 AM
Post #20
BuzzJack Legend
*******
Group: Chart Mod
Posts: 28,937
Member No.: 12,472
Joined: 8-December 10
 


I think 1989 was one of it not the lowest sales year of the 80s, but 'Dear Jessie' had the benefit of the Christmas market, hence the order of 'Express Yourself', 'Cherish' and 'Dear Jessie'.
Go to the top of the page
 
+Quote Post


2 Pages V   1 2 >
Reply to this topicStart new topic

1 User(s) are reading this topic (1 Guests and 0 Anonymous Users)
0 Members:


 

Lo-Fi Version Time is now: 11th December 2017 - 04:59 PM