Madonna BPI Music Award
Take home this rare BPI artist Plantinum award presented to Madonna herself for sales of over 3.6m copies of the album "The Immaculate Collection"!
This was awarded to Madonna and is a one off presented to the singer for her sales in the UK. The album itself went onto become a mutiple million seller world wide reaching sales of over 31m worldwide and winning Madonna multiple awards from the BPI in the UK and RIAA the United States.
The Immaculate Collection is a greatest hits album by American recording artist Madonna and was released in 1990 by Sire Records. It contains new remixes of 15 of her hit singles from 1983 to 1990, as well as the new tracks "Justify My Love" and "Rescue Me". Its title is a loose pun on the Immaculate Conception, the conception of the Virgin Mary without the stain of original sin (Madonna was raised as a Roman Catholic).
"Justify My Love", the album's first single, became Madonna's ninth #1 hit on the american charts, and was one of her most controversial singles due to its sexually explicit music video."Rescue Me" was released as the second single and became the highest-debuting single on Hot 100 by a female artist at that time, entering the chart at #15 and peaking at #9.
The Immaculate Collection became Madonna's second album to be certified diamond by the RIAA for sales of over 10m copies in the US. It also spent the second highest number of consecutive weeks at #1 for a female solo artist in the UK, being at #1 for a nine-week stint. The album has sold 31m copies worldwide, making it the best selling compilation album by a solo artist and one of the best-selling albums of all time.
Own a piece of music history. Imagine this on your wall, what a talking point it would be!!
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