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Old 11-29-2003, 04:43 PM   #16
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I don't really listen to Beyonce. I like Britney therefore I like 'In the Zone.'
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Old 11-30-2003, 05:54 PM   #17
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Which album is better? "Dangerously in Love" by Beyonce or "In the Zone" by Britney Spears?

I have to say "Dangerously in Love", since I don't have Britney's album. Also I am hearing Beyonce all over the radio dial, while I am berly hearing Britney on the radio.


wow, gee. Beyonce is r&b/hip hop, which is the hottest thing in the world right now. Britney is pop, which currently isn't doing so hot. No wonder Beyonce's getting more airplay
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Old 11-30-2003, 06:16 PM   #18
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^Radio play does not equal sales.



Also... No Doubt's Rock Steady had more hits, yet Return of Saturn sold more.

Of course you know i am going to correct you

Return Of Saturn-1.4 million

Rock Steady- 2.9-3.0 million

Radio play only really helps new artists.

Even if Return of Saturn's singles were successful(it only had 3, 4 if u count New which was later added), it wouldn't of been selling good. It was a "dark" album released after they were gone for years during the bubblegum pop "explosion"(Britney's Oops I made another ****ty album Again, Nsyncs album..).

uh, so basically, release an album when the genre its in is popular, and it'll be a hit.
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Old 11-30-2003, 06:17 PM   #19
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Let me respnd to you SBTB Geek. First of all "Dangerously in Love" was released two weeks ahead of its orignal release date due to internet piratecy, if it was released in its original release date, it would have sold more. Also the economy is getting better, and it is the holiday season, Those all play factors into "In the Zone" favor.

You can disagree with me if you want, but that is my theory.


In The Zone leaked weeks before it was released. Didn't seem to hurt her sales too much.
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Old 11-30-2003, 06:38 PM   #20
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Dangerously in Love!!!!!!!!!! *jumps up and down*
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Old 11-30-2003, 10:20 PM   #21
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judging by what ive heard from each, dangerously in love sucks and in the zone sounds ok.
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Old 11-30-2003, 10:35 PM   #22
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I like Beyonce and Britney, but from what I've heard of each, In The Zone is better.
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Old 11-30-2003, 10:36 PM   #23
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^Radio play does not equal sales.

For example, Christina Aguilera has had 6 #1 singles, 4 more Top 40 songs (10 in total), and Britney Spears only had one #1 hit ("Baby One More Time,") and two Top 40s ("I'm a Slave 4 U," and "Me Against The Music.") Yet Britney's albums sales GREATLY overpower Christina's.


Britney has 9 top 40 hits in total. Not defending her, but pointing out the facts (Baby #1, Sometimes #21, Crazy #10, From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart #14, Oops #9, Lucky #23, Stronger #11, I'm A Slave 4 U #27 and Me Against The Music)
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Old 12-01-2003, 04:31 PM   #24
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Britney has 9 top 40 hits in total. Not defending her, but pointing out the facts (Baby #1, Sometimes #21, Crazy #10, From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart #14, Oops #9, Lucky #23, Stronger #11, I'm A Slave 4 U #27 and Me Against The Music)


Those numbers aren't from the Billboard charts. Those numbers are from her performance in the AC/Rhythmic/Pop charts, which are not quite reliable. According to them, every single Christina released was number one, which in fact is not accurate.

Come on... do you honestly believe that "FTBOMBH" peaked at #14?! LOL!

BTW, good looking out Tim. I knew there was something wrong, I got that from a No Doubt fansite.
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Forget about the past. Talking about how Britney had 9 top 40 hits. It doesn't matter. It is the present that matters. And I have some news about the present.

First of all Beyonce received 6 Grammy Nomination, and "Crazy in Love" is the favorite to win the Billboard Award for single of the year.

Looking at the charts, in its second week "In the Zone" falls to number 3, while in its 23rd week "Dangerously in Love" rises three spots on the album charts. Numbers don't lie. "Dangerously in Love" has staying power, and Beyonce already has something Britney will never have, a Grammy.

Everyone on this board can disagree with me, that is cool with me, but it seems to me that the rest of the world agrees with me.
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Beyonce already has something Britney will never have, a Grammy.


So true
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Old 12-06-2003, 09:57 AM   #27
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Thanks, it is nice to have an allie.
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First of all Beyonce received 6 Grammy Nomination, and "Crazy in Love" is the favorite to win the Billboard Award for single of the year.

Looking at the charts, in its second week "In the Zone" falls to number 3, while in its 23rd week "Dangerously in Love" rises three spots on the album charts. Numbers don't lie. "Dangerously in Love" has staying power, and Beyonce already has something Britney will never have, a Grammy.

Everyone on this board can disagree with me, that is cool with me, but it seems to me that the rest of the world agrees with me.


Oh well, Britney fell to number 3. I don't expect anyone to sell 700,000 copies in their third week. Can you?
Beyonce fell during her second week as well and she continues to fall, with the exception of minor "sprouts." In The Zone sold around 300,000 copies its second week, and Dangerously In Love only sold that amount its first. So who in fact is doing better?.... It's only fair if you compare them week by week.

Dangerously In Love has staying power?!... Come on, the only reason it's still afloat is because she took advantage of Jay-Z, and Sean Paul's popularity. Can you imagine "Crazy In Love," or "Baby Boy" without them?... No, because she wouldn't have done them by herself. She is isn't strong enough to be a solo star, and that's why her new single "Me, Myself, and I" is doing TERRIBLE in radio. Face it, she will never top The Writings On The Wall.

CORRECTION, Destiny's Child has a GRAMMY.
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Oh well, Britney fell to number 3. I don't expect anyone to sell 700,000 copies in their third week. Can you?
Beyonce fell during her second week as well and she continues to fall, with the exception of minor "sprouts." In The Zone sold around 300,000 copies its second week, and Dangerously In Love only sold that amount its first. So who in fact is doing better?.... It's only fair if you compare them week by week.

Dangerously In Love has staying power?!... Come on, the only reason it's still afloat is because she took advantage of Jay-Z, and Sean Paul's popularity. Can you imagine "Crazy In Love," or "Baby Boy" without them?... No, because she wouldn't have done them by herself. She is isn't strong enough to be a solo star, and that's why her new single "Me, Myself, and I" is doing TERRIBLE in radio. Face it, she will never top The Writings On The Wall.

CORRECTION, Destiny's Child has a GRAMMY.


Me, Myself, and I isn't doing terrible over here.
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