The music video of 'Hung Up On Tokischa' is now available for streaming.
Madonna's groundbreaking fifth studio album, Erotica, will celebrate its 30th anniversary on October 20, 2022. In 1992, the album debuted at the top of charts around the world and has gone on to sell more than six million copies. To celebrate the anniversary, a limited edition 12" vinyl picture disc featuring the album's title track will finally see the light of day after a three-decade delay.
Madonna will also release a new remix of her global dance smash "Hung Up" featuring Tokischa next Friday, September 16. The collaboration was premiered with a live performance by the duo at Madonna's Pride event at Terminal 5 in New York in June celebrating her career-spanning remix collection Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones.
Originally scheduled for release during the fall of 1992, the "Erotica" picture disc features a colorized version of the famous "toe sucking" photo taken from Madonna's Sex book, which was released the same week as the Erotica album. However, the picture disc was cancelled unexpectedly just ahead of release, as the visual was considered too explicit for in-store display back then. The manufactured copies were promptly destroyed, with only a few finding their way into the public's hands, only adding to the infamous allure of the release. Now, after a 30-year wait, the "Erotica" picture disc is available now for pre-orders and is set for release on October 21 for $24.98.
"Erotica" was the album's first single and peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot 100, where it spent 18 weeks on its way to earning gold certification from the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). ""Erotica" was a major hit globally as well, topping the European Hot 100 Singles chart, climbing to #3 in the U.K., and was a Top Five hit in Australia and New Zealand.
"Erotica" also reached #1 in the U.S. on Billboard's Dance Club Songs and Dance Single Sales charts. A remixed version of the track is included on Madonna's latest album, Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones. Released in August, the career-spanning compilation was curated by Madonna in celebration of her historic achievement as the first and only recording artist to have 50 #1 hits on any single Billboard chart. In 2020, she topped the Dance Club Songs chart for the 50th time with "I Don't Search I Find."
Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones - available now on both streaming and physical formats - dominated album charts around the world following its release this summer. The album debuted at #1 on both the Billboard Top Album Sales and Top Current Album Sales charts. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Top 200, making Madonna the first female artist with Top 10 albums on the Billboard 200 in each of the last five decades, adding another landmark achievement to her long list of accolades. The album also debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Dance/Electronic Album and Vinyl Albums charts.
Madonna's meteoric rise began in the New York club scene and she has perpetually kept her finger on the pulse of dance and club culture across five decades. She has continued to collaborate with the most cutting-edge artists and DJs to reimagine her groundbreaking hits. As a result, Madonna has now achieved more remix albums on the Billboard 200 than any other artist. Finally Enough Love is also the highest charting remix album in over a decade.
50 Number Ones spans her entire dance club chart reign with dozens of remixes by the world's top producers. In addition to fan favorites, the collection also includes a selection of rare remix recordings, with more than 20 being officially released for the first time or making their commercial/digital debut.
Picture Disc Track Listing
1. "Erotica" – Album Version
1. "Erotica" – Instrumental
2. "Erotica" – Radio Edit
Madonna crowns Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart (dated Sept. 3) with the arrival of her remix collection Finally Enough Love. The icon adds her third No. 1 on the chart — which began in 2001 — and first in a decade, following Confessions on a Dance Floor (13 weeks at No. 1, 2005-06) and MDNA (four, 2012).
As previously reported, the new album also enters the Billboard 200 at No. 8, with 30,000 equivalent album units earned in its first week (Aug. 19-25), according to Luminate. With the debut, Madonna becomes the first woman with newly charting Billboard 200 top 10s in the 1980s, '90s, 2000s, '10s and '20s.
The retrospective of previously released dance remixes is culled from Madonna's 50 No. 1s on Billboard's Dance Club Songs chart. (Four remixers of those hits – Tony McGuinness (of Above & Beyond), William Orbit, Shep Pettibone and Tracy Young– recently discussed their experiences remixing the Queen of Pop with Billboard's dance director, Katie Bain.)↑ Back to top of page