BItch I'm Madonna

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  1. I will never understand the laziness in terms of visuals that is apparent throughout this entire era.
  2. Definitely not lol. It was the first time music wasn't her priority and the first time she decided to use producer rejects to record. The lack of input from her is apparent and the production on most of the songs is just atrocious. The album doesn't feel like an album but rather a demo mixtape.
  3. Nope. Poor production, poor songwriting. It’s her most dated-sounding album by FAR. You have got to be kidding ahahaha.
  4. Finally someone who I 100% agree with regarding this album. I also find that the fanbase is overrating it A LOT in recent times because they think it didn't get the acclaim it deserved...
  5. far! The album is not that great. The music has aged like milk and the majority of the songs are fillers. The videos were good but her looks in general were pretty ugly and the tour isn't as good as Blonde Ambition, particularly because the song choices were not exciting and the setlist was so fucking short.
  6. Honey, there are NO differences between the 7" Single Version / Australian Version and the one from the CD Singles Collection. The Japanese Singles Collection uses all the official versions from the 7" single releases. The difference between the Edit and the Remix Edit (from It's That Girl) is that the latter has a cowbell included in the percussions and a reverb on the vocals unlike the former.
  7. Note: The one one the Australian 12" is the same version titled just "Edit" on every of the other 7" releases of Borderline. The Australian release is the only one that has it listed as "Radio Version". Remixology has the one from It's That Girl listed as "Remix Edit/Radio Version" to indicate that this is the one that is an edit of the US Remix. On It's That Girl it's also labeled as "Edit" but it's indeed not the same as the one that is widely known as "Edit". the same as... and this one... It's commonly referred to as "Borderline (Edit)" because most releases of this single use it for that version. To avoid confusion WE use "Borderline (Remix/Edit)" for the version from It's That Girl.
  8. Excuse me? Did you actually look it up on Remixology? It clearly states which version is which. "Edit" is the one that has been released across all 7" formats. It has never ever been labeled as "radio version" or "remix edit". The version on It's That Girl is the version that was played on US radio. It's an edit of the New Mix which has been created exclusively for airplay. The only source available is the one from the Cassette. There is no difference between the version from the CD Singles Collection. It's the exact same mix with the only difference being that it comes directly from the master tapes and some things are more clearly audible than they are on vinyl. I downloaded all the vinyl rips including the rip from the It's That Girl cassette. Trust me, I know what I'm talking about. It's not my fault you are clueless and spread false information.
  9. No, you actually got it wrong. Edit (3:58) (Australian 12" Triple Mix) (CD Single Collection) Remix Edit/Edit (Radio Version) (3:56) (Edit of U.S Remix/New Mix/Extended Remix) (It's That Girl Cassette) Fade (3:59) There is no difference. People are just paranoid when it comes to the versions of this damn song.
  10. Lazy and cheap sounding "reinterpretations" of oldies Almost exclusively songs from Rebel Heart and the 80s...the 90s and 00s were ignored almost entirely yet she decided to dg out almost every fucking single from her worst 80s album (LAV). The show didn't match up to the intro at was too cutesy and too light-hearted for a show that seemed to have been originally conceived as way darker and more political (like the album itself). The album was one of her best in a long time and had a great concept and story attached t it, the tour failed to transport any of that into the show and instead seemed like a mixed bag of rehashed ideas scrambled together into a show that was not cohesive in any way. The song selection within the sections was beyond terrible and random? Candy Shop was performed AGAIN. A lot of the tour versions sounded like watered down album versions and Holiday was the most bland, unnecessary version she has ever done of it. All in all, this show had exactly one purpose: to please casual fans and to have a DVD that would sell well (due to the amount of 80s songs in it).
  11. Mhhh I think this is what inspired Madonna's RHT performance of LDLHA tbh...

    It came out in 1985. The same year Madonna released her version (probably the reason why LDLHA was never released as a single).

    1. DickTracy


      she obviously loves the song, not only covering it way back when but revisiting it with a video for Something To Remember and now on Rebel Heart which are three distinctively different eras in her career. its not her strongest tune, i have a soft spot for the Soulpower Remix its sooo 90s

    2. discohub


      The fact that it wasn't released as a single is because she didn't want to be a covers singer for a long time. In the 80s, such covers were regarded as "bonus" or b-side material, not original enough (indeed) for a young artist. In the 90s, times had changed and covers were trendy again, hence Fever, the remix single version of LDLHA and American Pie.

    3. BItch I'm Madonna

      BItch I'm Madonna

      Well, then it most definitely should have been the b-side to Over and Over which deserved a single release over Gambler (which should have been the b-side to Crazy for You).

  12. OMG this is SO GREAT! She's been paying dust to Ray of Light for quite a while now! Time to bring back the GOOD 90s stuff!
  13. Fever was uploaded too! I think they might be uploading all her videos now.
  14. Madonna: Physical Attraction deserved a proper single release and a video. Like a Virgin: Like a Virgin (b/w Stay) Material Girl (b/w Pretender) Crazy for You (b/w Gambler) Angel (WITH a video) (Europe) / Into the Groove (US) (Double-A Side) Dress You Up (b/w Shoo-Bee-Doo) Over and Over (b/w Love Don't Live Here Anymore) True Blue / Who's That Girl / You Can Dance Era: Live to Tell Papa Don't Preach (b/w Ain't No Big Deal) True Blue (b/w Jimmy Jimmy) Open Your Heart (b/w White Heat) La Isla Bonita (b/w Love Makes the World Go Round) Who's That Girl (b/w The Look of Love) Causing a Commotion (b/w Can't Stop) Where's the Party [YCD Remix] (b/w Santa Baby) - released in December 1987 Like a Prayer / I'm Breathless: Like a Prayer (b/w Act of Contrition) Express Yourself (b/w Love Song) Cherish (b/w Supernatural) Till Death Do Us Part (b/w The Look of Love) - October 1989 Oh Father (b/w Dear Jessie) - December 1989 Spanish Eyes (b/w Promise to Try) - February 1990 Vogue / Keep It Together (Double A-Side) - March 1990 (both would have gotten a video) Hanky Panky (b/w More) - June 1990 He's a Man (b/w Back in Business) - September 1990 Sooner or Later [Remix] (b/w Santa Baby) - December 1990 The Immaculate Collection: Justify My Love (b/w Express Yourself '90) Rescue Me (b/w Holiday) - WITH A VIDEO Erotica: This Used to Be My Playground Deeper and Deeper - September 1992 Erotica - November 1992 - album release also in November Fever (b/w Goodbye to Innocence) - Febraury 1993 (NO Body of Evidence!) Bad Girl (b/w Thief of Hearts) - May 1993 Words (b/w Why's It So Hard) - July 1993 Rain (b/w Waiting) - September 1993 I'll Remember (b/w Secret Garden) - March 1994 Bedtime Stories / Something to Remember: Secret (b/w Let Down Your Guard) - September 1994 Take a Bow (b/w Love Tried to Welcome Me) - December 1994 Human Nature (b/w Don't Stop) - February 1995 Bedtime Story (b/w Sanctuary) - June 1995 Bedtime Stories Tour - early July - late October 1995 I Want You (b/w Forbidden Love) - October 1995 You'll See (b/w Verás) - December 1995 Love Don't Live Here Anymore (b/w One More Chance) - March 1996 Ray of Light: Frozen (b/w Shanti/Ashtangi) - late February 1998 Ray of Light (b/w Has to Be) - early May 1998 Nothing Really Matters (b/w To Have and Not to Hold) - late June 1998 The Power of Good-Bye (b/w Swim) - September 1998 Drowned World/Substitute for Love (b/w Little Star) - December 1998 Sky Fits Heaven (b/w Mer Girl) - March 1999 Beautiful Stranger - June 1999 Skin (b/w Candy Perfume Girl) - September 1999 Be Careful (Cuidado Con Mi Corazón) (with Ricky Martin) - December 1999 Ray of Light Tour - September 1999 - December 1999 (NO THE NEXT BEST THING!) Music: Music - November 2000 Don't Tell Me (b/w I Deserve It) - January 2001 Amazing (b/w Runaway Lover) - March 2001 Impressive Instant (b/w Cyber-raga) - May 2001 What It Feels Like for a Girl (b/w Lo Que Siente La Mujer) - August 2001 (NO REMIX VIDEO!) Paradise (Not for Me) - January 2002 Music Tour - September 2001 - December 2001 ...