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Mariah Carey's Glitter Soundtrack Hits #1 on iTunes 17 Years Later

Mariah Carey's Glitter Soundtrack Hits #1 on iTunes 17 Years Later

Mariah Carey's Glitter soundtrack has made it to number one on the iTunes chart, seventeen years after it was originally released. Carey's fans started a social media campaign to get the soundtrack to the top of the charts and were able to do so in a pretty short amount of time. The pop star's fans completed the task to help promote Carey's new album Caution, which hit stores on Friday, giving her two albums in the top five on iTunes.

The Glitter soundtrack and movie were a career low point for Mariah Carey, who never performs any of the songs live. While her fan base was trying to promote Caution, a lot of fans want her to dust off some Glitter tracks in concert, which could happen. The soundtrack was deemed Carey's worst album by critics upon its release on September 11th, 2001. It peaked at number seven on the Billboard chart,

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