GhostOrchid

What's the most ICONIC Madonna YEAR?

What's the most ICONIC Madonna YEAR?  

67 members voted

  1. 1. What's the most ICONIC Madonna YEAR?

    • 1983
      1
    • 1984
      0
    • 1985
      1
    • 1986
      0
    • 1987
      1
    • 1989
      2
    • 1990
      48
    • 1991
      1
    • 1992
      4
    • 1993
      0
    • 1994
      0
    • 1995
      0
    • 1998
      4
    • 2000
      0
    • 2003
      0
    • 2006
      4
    • 2008
      0
    • 2012
      1
    • 2015
      0
    • 2019
      0


Recommended Posts

What's the ONE single year Madonna should be remembered for a hundred years from now?

The poll was limited to 20 options, so some had to go. If your favourite is not included, feel free to type it in the comments (but then please elaborate because I'd be very confused 😆)

My pick: 1990. Because, well, no explanation needed.

Edited by GhostOrchid

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I agree, the period 1989-1991 was fantastic!

I voted 1987, not only because it's the year I became a great fan, but because she literally was EVERYWHERE here in Italy, you couldn't find an empty seat in theatres to see the movie Who's that girl! And EVERYONE from 0 to 100 loved her!! The Turin concert will always be the peak of her popularity in Italy. The quote "Siete pronti, siete caldi, bene ánchio" is still used by people!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Enrico said:

I agree, the period 1989-1991 was fantastic!

I voted 1987, not only because it's the year I became a great fan, but because she literally was EVERYWHERE here in Italy, you couldn't find an empty seat in theatres to see the movie Who's that girl! And EVERYONE from 0 to 100 loved her!! The Turin concert will always be the peak of her popularity in Italy. The quote "Siete pronti, siete caldi, bene ánchio" is still used by people!

Enrico, just out of curiosity how was Ray of Light received in Italy? Was it a massive hit? 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Ashley said:

Enrico, just out of curiosity how was Ray of Light received in Italy? Was it a massive hit? 

I would say very well! A lot of people know Frozen, also today. She appeared at the SanRemo festival and everyone was surprised by her new look. Let's say I noticed less, because at that time I took her global success for granted.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
16 minutes ago, Ashley said:

They loved her in the first part of 1992 with A League of Their Own and 'This Used To Be My Playground'. 

 

Yes... But when the sex book was premiered....

18 minutes ago, Jet said:

But she was still everywhere and people who got what she was saying loved every second of it.

I don't agree. Even fans of her since 1985 started to hate her for Sex and Erotica. I don't know in other countries, but in Spain the radios stations barely played any single of Erotica. For me, 1993 was the first year in "a world without Madonna everywhere".  ROL in 1998 was the second coming, but it was never like the 80s.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
1 hour ago, Aiwa08 said:

Yes... But when the sex book was premiered....

I don't agree. Even fans of her since 1985 started to hate her for Sex and Erotica. I don't know in other countries, but in Spain the radios stations barely played any single of Erotica. For me, 1993 was the first year in "a world without Madonna everywhere".  ROL in 1998 was the second coming, but it was never like the 80s.

Like I said, those who “got it” loved her for it. And it’s about iconic moments, not about when she was loved or hated ✌🏻

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Join the conversation

You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account.

Guest
Write here...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Restore formatting

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.