Tina Turner – Worldwide Charts

Hi everybody,
I have researched Tina’s popularity throughout the world.
This is based on old chart archives, TV/ Radio performances, Live performances and Gold and Platimun albums.

Charts Map Tina Turner
Red
Austria, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, New-Zealand
Tina is a superstar with: 6 albums reaching the #1 position (“Private Dancer”, “Break Every Rule”, “Foreign Affair”, “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”, “Wildest Dreams”, “Twenty Four Seven”).
“Private Dancer” became the #1 album in Austria, Portugal and the UK.
“Break Every Rule”became the #1 album in Germany and Switzerland.
“Foreign Affair” became the #1 album in Switserland, Norway and Sweden.
“What’s Love Got To Do With It?” became the #1 in the Netherlands.”
“Wildest Dreams” became the #1 in New-Zealand and Switzerland.
“Twenty Four Seven” became #1 in Switzerland.
The single “The Best”became # 1 in 2010 in Scotland.

Green
Australia, Denmark, The Netherlands, Sweden, USA
Tina has achieved lots of sucess in these countries, with a few number one hits.
Tina’s duet “Tonight” with David Bowie became #1 in the Netherlands.
The single “Let’s Stay Together” became #1 in the USA.

Blue
Australia, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, USA, Zimbabwe
The single “What’s Love Got to Do with It” became #1 in Australia, Canada and USA.
Tina did a few TV performances and concerts in Brazil, most notable is “Rio 88”.
In Italy she had big hits with “Cosa Della Vita” at #6 and “Teach Me Again” at #1.
She also had a few golden records in Spain and “We Don’t Need Another Hero” became #1 in Australia, Canada, Germany, Spain and Switzerland.
The single “Typical Male” became #1 in Finland and Spain.
The single “Nutbush City limits” became #1 in Zimbabwe.

Yellow
Argentina, France, Japan, South Africa
Tina never had a number one hit in these countries and she did quite some promotions there.
And she is wellknown in these countries.
Her highest chart position in France, was “Golden Eye”, peaking at #3.
“We Don’t Need Another Hero”, became #2 in South Africa, just like “Nutbush City limits”.

Orange
Ghana, Ukraine, Yugoslavia
Tina performed at the “Soul to Soul Festival”, in Ghana.
“Open Arms” became #19 in the chart.
Tina had two top 10 hits in Yugoslavia. “Deliah’s Power” #3 (Dec. 1975) en “Proud Mary” #6 (Jan. 1977).

More charts you can find on Tina Turner Online with the description of each single and album.

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