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  1. Sonny

    I’m in the minority here... but my vote goes to Justify my love. The lyrics are like a sensual poem. And musically it was something completely new for her (Trip hop and spoken word) The Music Video alone is so iconic! I do love Erotica as well though... album version, WO remix and the confessions tour version!
  2. Sonny

    Beautiful song! She always manages to touch me deep inside my soul. Can't wait for the new album (and tour hopefully!)
  3. What an amazing era! I remember it so clearly, she was once again so huge and successful! I had to vote for Hung Up as it has become a classic in her repertoire. But Sorry, Jump, Forbidden Love and Future Lovers are amazing as well. Actually, I just can't get into I love New York and the bonus tracks...
  4. Sonny

    Although I love Giorgia, I am not so excited about this new album. Odd choice of songs and from what I have heard, it sounds like a karaoke album 🙈
  5. Sonny

    I totally agree! I also have never been a big fan of Barbra Streisand but damn "Don't Lie To Me" is just amazing! I still haven't listened to the whole album but I surely will soon. I love how she is not afraid to speak out and would love to hear such songs from other artists as well...
  6. Sonny

    As some of you have said, the album should be seen as a pop album to have fun to and nothing more. I think that even Cher herself does not take this record too seriously, I mean she has said in interviews that the album was kind of a spontaneous idea so.... (I do think that she did a better job with It's a man's world though) Let's hope that she will change direction with her next record. No Mark Taylor, no vocoder but a more rock-oriented sound
  7. Sonny

    Since we are talking about the Bedtime Stories album cover... I have a question for you! I read that Madonna wanted another photo as the album cover and I found these two pics on the net when doing my research Which one did she choose as the album cover but was later rejected by her label?
  8. American Life (both song and video) kind of ruined the whole era. I don't mind Madonna being political but the song and especially the rap part didn't convey her message of questioning the American dream and our society in the right way. I think that another album title like "X-Static Process" and a different run of singles (Nobody Knows Me, Hollywood, Nothing Fails) could have made the album more successful.
  9. Sonny

    This book seems quite interesting! Could you tell us your thoughts/opinion about it (if you've started reading it...) because I might buy it
  10. Completely agree with you. Although Lenny Kravitz.......
  11. Sonny

    I was thinking the same but I still hope that we are wrong I never liked that song......
  12. Sonny

    If I can throw in my two cents, I think that both "20 YO" and "Discipline" are her two weakest albums, apart from her pre-Control era. She just played it too safe on both records, as a result of the backlash she received because of the Super Bowl Halftime Show. "All For You" and "Damita Jo" were already two lighter albums, although the former also discusses her divorce from her then ex-husband and the latter has some very sexual content. I think she needed to explore new musical territories afterwards, but instead, she became a "trend chaser" in order to win back the general public's consent. Discipline has some really good highlights, like "Feedback", "2Nite" and "Can't B Good" but also some of her worst songs ever. 20YO has nothing really memorable instead, but everytime I listen to it, I realize that it doesn't really annoy me like Discipline does, which towards the second half of the album, becomes so boring and dull. 20 YO is to me like Hard Candy and Discipline like MDNA. It depends on what you like.
  13. 1. Like A Prayer (Like A Prayer) 2. Erotica (Deeper And Deeper) 3. Bedtime Stories (Love Tried To Welcome Me) 4. Ray Of Light (The Power Of Goodbye) 5. True Blue (La Isla Bonita) 6. Confessions On A Dance Floor (Forbidden Love) 7. American Life (Nothing Fails) 8. Rebel Heart (Ghosttown) 9. Madonna (Burning Up) 10. Like A Virgin (Dress You Up; Into The Groove if we consider the UK re-release) 11. Music (Gone) 12. MDNA (Beautiful Killer) 13. Hard Candy (Give It 2 Me) But as others have mentioned before, the list (and favourite songs) change from time to time WHAAAAAT??? Both songs are two of my favourites from the album hahaha
  14. Sonny

    According to the latest rumours on the net, the single will be released next Friday, August 17th. I hope this is true...
  15. Sonny

    Same here. I was excited when she announced the album but it looks like a rushed project only to accompany the movie. The album cover looks tacky and I agree with@Rory, a different song selection and approach could've made the album far more interesting. I mean, she did that with "It's A Man's World", imo one of her best albums. Although we still haven't heard the full record yet, the fact that Mark Taylor is once again the producer makes me think of a dated and overproduced sound (Gimme Gimme confirms this). Still, I will wait for the album to come out and then see if it is really like I said.