Celebration goes Platinum after first day of release

Posted by Sylar On Wednesday, September 23, 2009

"Celebration" sold 25,000 copies on its first day of release in Finland today, September 23, and qualifies for Platinum.
The ultimate collection of Madonna hits is already the most sold non-Finnish album of the year! The accompanying DVD will be released in Finland on September 30.

Source: MadonnaTribe

7 Responses to "Celebration goes Platinum after first day of release"

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Why does europe get products from american artists before the US? What is up with London getting the sticky and sweet tour aired and now finland gets the celebration compilation before america too. I don't know if people agree with me or not but I see something wrong with that picture. They even get to have the giant Ms on the side of the stage I was so looking foward to that when I went to the SnS tour I know you need a stadium but still they should accomodate. It is weird how other countries get better and faster Madonna things like seriously wtf so messed up and weird.

     

  2. Anonymous Said,

    Madonna is truly European we love her here, like she was born here. What can we say: Finnish do it better!!!!

     

  3. Anonymous Said,

    What????

     


  4. Anonymous Said,

    Finland is awesome because Nightwish is one of the greatest bands of all time (only behind Within Temptation). /totally-irrelevant

    Anyway...yay for Platinum certification! :D

     

  5. Anonymous Said,

    america dont love madonna :( they love mariah , i mean the black eyed peas have been number one for months now ..what the hell is that about ?

     

  6. Anonymous Said,

    Well Madonna was born in Michigan, Detroit and then went to NYC to persue her dance career so get your facts straigth europens. Mariah can suck my bleeeeeeeeeeeeeep she fucking lame. Madonna europenas do like Madonna more instead of americans but she is american so its not fair for european fans to get things more or before americans. If something comes out it should go to the country of the artist first then to other places thats the way I see it.

     

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