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  1. Pathetic to put your face and name to an unofficial Madonna store where you sell fanmade DVDs downloaded from fan sites like this. Just sad. :cryin: Where's your self respect? 

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    2. RUADJAI
    3. KaitoXD

      KaitoXD

      What's the tea? :Madonna029:

    4. Dunk96

      Dunk96

      Pathetic? That's actually straight up retarded. They're asking to get taken down.

  2. ??? why can't he post his wrong opinion? Chill
  3. I think it's one of Madonna's most original and subtly layered albums. Both the imagery and the music. BUT I feel like I've disagreed about your same opinions about the album before, I replied before realising it was you lol. Anyways if you don't like it, you don't like it.
  4. These uploads dont really deserve our attention.... the european one looks and sounds awful.
  5. cos BIM is much more left field for Madonna than Ghosttown lol but both were solid single choices.
  6. guys i wasnt judging nor saying those drugs like acid and ecstasy are addictive or worse than alcohol / cigarretes. Im talking about personality type and personal risk of addiction plus mental health as well. If I did it Id do it very carefully. Just like when I drink ocassionally or stupidly tried cigarretes when i was a teen to see what it was like (yikes) lmao
  7. You also have to know wether you're likely to get addicted. Sadly I probably fall in that category so I never touched an illegal drug.
  8. True tho. Saying Madonna always followed trends is a simplistic way to look at things. She always elevated trends to something better, but with 90s bubblegum pop, she didn't touch that. With MDNA she touched the lowest trend possible (even tho some songs are great in there obviis)
  9. all this COADF slander. why do people think the album is just a dance album when most of the tracks have deep and meaningful lyrics? it partially was a dance colorful AL. Thats what I love about it, she made it look commercial without sacrificing depth.
  10. Im not saying she shouldnt be a button pushing artist, or fun or “controversial” for the right cause. People seem to equate controversies like Like A Prayer, Erotica or even Drake-gate with harmful controversies that turn away her supporters or people who can align with her message. Two completely different things. One does no real harm because her fans expect her to make strong intelligent button pushing statements about religion, feminism, sex, ageism... all things most (?) of her fans support, but there are other types of controversies when she can look bad to people, even her supporters for no good reason whatsoever.
  11. Peak? you mean in the charts? Lets be real she’ll be lucky if she charts. Id rather expect the worst and then be surprised if things go better than expected. Hopefully the fandom will do the same and not have a collective meltdown once she “flops”..... honest talk. Lets enjoy the music and the content she gives us. Amything else is a plus.
  12. @Liam ok but we were talking about marketing for the new album. Theres a new generation coming up consuming digital media, media who either dont talk about her a lot or are negative when she does something oopsie. This generation streams a lot and consume heaps of music. They dont hate her but they see the ocassional oopsie stuff and stay away from acknowledging her and her amazing legacy. I do genuinely believe she can get them on her side if she makes her messages clear, like she did with her Billboard speech. I always believed that could happen. I just dont want her marketing strategies for the next album to backfire or create drama. You can still find people clowning U2 for their album giveaway. You either do things right or it can quickly backfire in the age of social media. She seems to have the right values as a person and artist to do things right. Its hard to turn things around once theres backlash for a project and youre labelled a certain way. Im not trying to be anti Guy O, but my dude needs to acknowledge his U2 idea was wack and to a much much lesser degree the apps strategy. Im not saying she’ll be hugely succesful with the next album but she can sail smoothly, which honestly would be amazing.
  13. Thanks for your continuing input
  14. If you're talking about older people, then sure no one cares, but they also don't really care about new Madonna music that much anymore even if they respect her, they're not waiting impatiently like we are for a new album. If we're talking about commercial success and how to get more streams and views, we're talking about a young audience, a young audience who consumes online media that isn't very pro-Madonna. Her name has been fading for the last few years, you said yourself how little coverage the Met Gala appearance generated and it was the same thing on social media. Her Billboard speech showed she could still go viral with something positive and reach audiences of any age with the right thing, but it has to be right. Young people aren't going to check out, let alone support someone labelled embarrassing or problematic by the media they consume everyday.