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    Art, autism, neurodiversity, music production and composing.

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    Wohooo!!!!! Thank you everyone!!!! I'm having THE MOST AMAZING BIRTHDAY IN MY WHOLE LIFE!!!! I'm hiding under M`s desk as she's recording! Lol, but really today has been so incredible already, will write more tomorrow about it. Thank you everyone, love and hugs, Patrick x
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    I've forgotten the lyrics already. I like the beats though. I'm not the target audience for the song obviously, but I have nothing against her doing what she wants. I don't see it being any different to most of what was on RH. Could definitely put it on a CD for my neighbour though, he'd enjoy it in his car, probably without his kids though
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    This image is faked. That's Courtney and Drew from around the mid 90's and that's Madonna from 1990.
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    I wouldn't be surprised if the music videos included heavy product placements.
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    Just my two cents here. The positioning is totally off, there's no balance or golden ratio at work here. The lettering and font dominates the upper half. There's no real central focus in the image itself and it's too highly saturated. Apart from that, she looks like Annabel from The Conjuring. But then they did use that horrendous Ghosttown cover, didn't they?
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    October 13th
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    The last one looks like an outtake from 2003.
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    Preparing for a solo exhibition in 8 days. Exhausted and realising you're comfortable with the serial killer look. Plus, my Gillette razor snapped last week... A lot of things snapped last week... including me
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    Oooh the 1988 outtake is so gorgeous. I love 88/89 and 98/99 Madonna so much. I'd hoped the dark hair would return in 2008, it's now late 2018... At least there was American Life
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    I also forgot to add Rebel Heart. It's kind of my autism anthem; not fitting in, going a different way, not being like the others, walking alone, never satisfied... And surviving
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    I listened to You'll See quite a lot during the time I was deciding to leave home as a youngster, to get away from stoopid family members. It was one of the few cds I took with me when I packed my rucksack and walked out the door. Whenever I was feeling like I couldn't go on anymore, Die Another Day was kind of my go-to song. The lyrics could easily be applied to the situation, "I guess I'll find another way, it's not my time to go." Ray of Light was always my pick-me-up song. Uplifting, energetic and you could sing and dance to it like a mental patient (yay!) and still feel so happy. I liked that
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    @Jasckayes, for you perhaps. I really don't care. I don't need a video to like a peice of music. Don't try to invalidate my personal feelings, I feel no need to conform to neurotypical viewpoints. As an autistic individual with adhd and synesthesia a peice of music I can enjoy is all I need. I really don't care about all the other noise as I'm unable to navigate something like YouTube with sensory overload. Makes me feel really shitty that someone who doesn't know me can state I live under a rock. Don't be one of those condescending neurotypicals.
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    I still use Johnsons baby lotion. It's like £1 at Morrisons and lasts ages. Can we have the album already?
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    I like you Why should I care if it's number one or not, other people liking it is not a criteria for me liking something. It doesn't validate me liking something. At this stage I couldn't care less if something is or was a single. I don't buy singles. I don't collect. I don't care if there's a video, don't really have the inclination to go to YouTube and don't have a TV to watch channels. I don't even care about album artwork. I feel like I've passed those stages long ago and my focus is elsewhere in life. Maybe Madonna feels that way too. I'm happy for her if that's the case. It can really free up corners of your mind for more important things. As long as the songs are something I can connect with in my own way, then it's something that might be played as often as the few other cds I do own.
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    This is the time, this is the hour Ours is the magic, ours is the power