Number 1's (video)

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This article is about the Mariah Carey video. For the Michael Jackson video, see Number Ones (video).
The correct title of this article is #1's (video). The substitution or omission of the # is because of technical restrictions.
#1's
Video by Mariah Carey
Released December 14, 1999
Recorded 1990–1998
Genre R&B, soul, dance, gospel
Length 75:00
Label Columbia
Mariah Carey chronology
Around the World
(1999)
#1's
(1999)
The Adventures of Mimi
(2007)

#1's is Mariah Carey's sixth DVD/video release. A collection of the music videos of her U.S. number-one singles (songs that reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100) up to that time, the DVD was released in December 1999.

A year before this, Carey had released a greatest hits compilation, #1's, which included her thirteen U.S. number-one singles up to that point. The DVD of the same name is based on that album, but by the time of its release, Carey had already scored a fourteenth U.S. number one, "Heartbreaker", from her latest studio release Rainbow. Its music video and the video of its remix (as a bonus track) were thus included on the DVD. During the month of the DVD's release, Carey had also earned her fifteenth number one single, "Thank God I Found You".

The DVD does not include the official music videos for "Vision of Love", "Love Takes Time", and "Someday". They are replaced by live performances culled from previous DVD/video releases.

#1's was re-released in 2008 as part of Mariah Carey: DVD Collection, a 2DVD set including also Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden. The video features a shortened version from the original, without the introductory sections per track.

Track listing[edit]

  1. Program Start
  2. "Heartbreaker" (featuring Jay-Z)
  3. "My All"
  4. "Honey"
  5. "Always Be My Baby"
  6. "One Sweet Day" (with Boyz II Men)
  7. "Fantasy" (featuring O.D.B.)
  8. "Hero"1
  9. "Dreamlover"
  10. "I'll Be There" (featuring Trey Lorenz)2
  11. "Emotions"
  12. "I Don't Wanna Cry"
  13. "Someday"2
  14. "Love Takes Time"1
  15. "Vision of Love"3
  16. End Credits
  17. DVD Bonus: "Heartbreaker" (Remix) (featuring Da Brat and Missy Elliott)

1taken from the Columbia Music Video release The First Vision
2taken from the Columbia Music Video release MTV Unplugged +3
3edited version taken from the Columbia Music Video release Fantasy: Mariah Carey at Madison Square Garden

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Certification Sales
French Music DVD Chart[1] Platinum 20,000[2]
U.S. Billboard Top Music Video[3] 15 Platinum 100,000[4]

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