It spent 34 consecutive weeks at the top of the European Top 100 Albums chart, longer than any other album in history.
It became the world's top-selling album of 1986, and with estimated sales of over 25 million copies worldwide, True Blue remains one of the best-selling albums of all time.
"I was down in the basement with these idiot muso friends, working on a tune," Leonard recalled in 1992. And that ended up being one of the tracks on True Blue." Madonna wrote or co-wrote every song, although her involvement on ones such as "Papa Don't Preach" and "Open Your Heart" was limited to adding lyrics.
She was also credited with co-producing every track.
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The fourth track "Live to Tell" was written by Patrick Leonard for the soundtrack of Paramount's romantic drama film Fire with Fire but, after the company declined it, Leonard showed the song to Madonna.
She decided to use it for At Close Range, the new film of her husband Penn.
The album was promoted on Madonna's second concert tour, the Who's That Girl World Tour, which visited cities of North America, Europe and Asia in 1987.
The album was recorded from December 1985 to April 1986, during the first year of Madonna's marriage to American actor Sean Penn.
She dedicated the album to Penn, "The coolest guy in the universe." Deemed Madonna's most girlish album yet, True Blue deals with Madonna's view of love, work and dreams as well as disappointments.
On March 6, 1986, at the Kensington Roof Gardens in London, during a press conference for Shanghai Surprise, Madonna confirmed that she was working on a new album named Live to Tell, which would be later changed to True Blue.
She collaborated with Stephen Bray, who had worked on the preceding Like a Virgin, and with The Virgin Tour's musical director Patrick Leonard.