Celebration

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  • Birthday September 25

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    Gothenburg, Sweden
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    Madonna, books, movies, hanging with friends...
  • M Fan Since
    1985

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  1. Celebration

    No. Only GHV2 Remixed was a promo only, and it's the only vinyl edition of GHV2.
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    I was so blind, I could not see Your paradise is not for me The bitter moment you admit to yourself that a relationship isn't meant to last, no matter how much in love you are...
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    I managed to get Swedish ethno pop-group Nordman on vinyl, and Robyn. Later, I'm hoping to get all three Austin Powers, though the first one won't be released in Sweden... :/
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    For $12 it's definitely worth buying. I ordered it as soon as it was available, back in '94. It's got beautiful pictures from the show, and a few studio shots from the GS tour program. All text in the book is taken the program as well.
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    Ain't no shame in that, sweetheart.
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    Boy Toy By Mail? Only a few newsletters. I lost the catalogues many years ago. And I was just a teenager with no income, so there was no way I could buy that expensive stuff. I did save my allowance for months so I could buy a bunch of 12"es and a program from the Girlie Show. Fortunately I still have my ICONs. #9-? The last one, I guess. I had to buy Madonna's laserdiscs much later. Laserdisc was never popular in Sweden, so I had to buy them at record fairs when I could afford them, in my 20:s.
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    I hated it when it first was leaked on Napster. The lyrics were so cringy. But that didn't stop me from buying every edition I could afford, so I have the cd-singles, the vinyl maxi-singles and the DVD-single. TODAY, I think it's a great bop. I listen to it from time to time and love to dance to it. It certainly stood the test of time, and is one of Madonna's greatest classics. My favourite remixes are Calderone, Deep Dish and HQ2.
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    You could buy Madonna's laserdiscs from her fan club in the 90's, but they were expensive. Who's That Girl- Live In Japan went for $69.99, and a Japanese edition of Truth Or Dare went for $89.99 The cheapest I could find in Boy Toy By Mail was the US edition of The Girlie Show. $29.99. But I like Laserdiscs, and have a whole bunch of them. Compardëd to BluRay they look like crap, but it's fun and feels like the good old days in the 90's.
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    Rice paper? They can keep it. I want the one that Metamorphosis posted. But nicer vinyl. BUT! I do know that Hong Kong has some nice releases that are exclusive. Like the gorgeous Like A Prayer 12" promo. (And the Mexican 12" promo is just beautiful)
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    Yes, that's true, but they weren't issued with that gorgeous cover. It was just three black matte die-cut covers
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    GHV2 -Orange Double Vinyl The Holiday Collection -Maroon Vinyl It's That Girl -White Double Vinyl These have never been issued on vinyl, officially, and would look fabulous in our record collections, dontcha think?
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    Actually the b-sides are the regular album versions from True Blue and Madonna. I was VERY disappointed when I played the 12", expecting rare remixes and heard the old usual versions. Even Holiday is the original LP version from 1983. A bit strange to not include the Immaculate version on a single released to promote that album.
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    So a guy on Facebook, Magnus Fredriksson, shared this little collage yesterday, in a group about Hisingen, the part of Gothenburg where Eriksberg is located.
  14. Celebration

    All those 80's movies. Rhinestone, Big Business, Coming To America, any Police Academy, Who's That Girl... Corny as hell, but oh how I love them.
  15. Celebration

    Me too, and I was sooo disappointed when she didn't sing it in Stockholm.