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  1. It was not from the original album sessions, but recorded for the movie, having nothing to do with the “American Life” album. So, it can be considered as a bonus track even though it was not labelled so.
  2. The difference is, ‘Die Another Day’ was featured on the soundtrack album of the same name, hence rendering its inclusion on “American Life” album a bonus track. The movie “At Close Range”, on the other hand, did not have a soundtrack album as far as I am concerned, making ‘Live to Tell’ actually a single off “True Blue”, which happens to be used in a movie. So while I agree on many points with you about ‘Papa Don’t Preach’ being a better representative of the “True Blue” era, it is actually ‘Live to Tell’ that was the first single.
  3. It is definitely the production. The first released songs really excited me, ‘I Rise’ and ‘Crave’ in particular. The melodies were there, the lyrics were on point, the attitude and themes were right, but the production just sounded half-baked and over-Autotuned, so I hoped the rest of the album would be an improvement and she had saved the best for later. It was the complete opposite. This is the exhibition of how an album that would have been amazing could be butchered by horrible production.
  4. 1. Madame X 2. MDNA 3. American Life The rest goes between terrific and uneven.
  5. Some über popular songs sound boring after a certain time. For my own account, I don’t remember playing ‘Music’ itself for centuries except listening to it on its parent album, or the compilations I made, and I have never been a big fan of ‘Vogue’, ‘Erotica’, or ‘Like a Virgin’. I usually don’t like what most people like, and prefer many album tracks to singles. So what you said is completely understandable. For BIM, gurrl. ? It truly belongs to “MDNA”.
  6. Hahah not exactly though. I didn’t like it sonically. But message-wise, yes.
  7. I’d say ‘Love Spent’ / ‘Hung Up’ or ‘I’m a Sinner’ / ‘Ray of Light’ as these “MDNA” tracks sample these hits.
  8. 1. Like a Prayer 2. Hung Up 3. Frozen 4. Live to Tell 5. Secret 6. Music 7. 4 Minutes 8. Living for Love 9. Erotica 10. Like a Virgin 11. Medellín 12. American Life 13. Everybody 14. Give Me All Your Luvin’
  9. Idolator ranked Madonna’s lead singles off each of her studio album from best to worst. https://www.idolator.com/7752032/madonna-14-lead-singles-ranked?view-all&ios=1 It is as follows: 1. Like a Prayer 2. Hung Up 3. Frozen 4. Live to Tell 5. Music 6. Secret 7. Erotica 8. Like a Virgin 9. 4 Minutes 10. Medellín 11. Living for Love 12. Everybody 13. American Life 14. Give Me All Your Luvin’ Do you agree with the list? For my own account, I would rank ‘4 Minutes’ and ‘Living for Love’ higher than ‘Erotica’ and ‘Like a Virgin’, and ‘Secret’ higher than ‘Music’. I agree with the rest.
  10. 1. B’day Song 2. Bitch I’m Madonna 3. Holy Water 4. Some Girls 5. Superstar 6. I Don’t Give a 7. Give Me All Your Luvin’ 8. I’m a Sinner 9. I’m Addicted 10. Cyberraga 11. Turn Up the Radio 12. Mother and Father 13. Dance 2night 14. Gang Bang 15. Shoo Bee Doo Honorable mentions: Don’t Stop Where Life Begins
  11. Also singles she hasn’t performed regularly for a long time. ‘Angel’, ‘Gambler’, ‘Who’s That Girl?’, ‘Causing a Commotion’, ‘Cherish’, ‘Oh Father’, ‘Rain’, ‘You’ll See’, ‘Frozen’, ‘American Life’, ‘Sorry’...
  12. I need singles she never performed on tour regularly. ‘Rescue Me’, ‘This Used to Be My Playground’, ‘Bad Girl’, ‘I’ll Remember’, ‘Bedtime Story’, ‘Take a Bow’, ‘The Power of Good-Bye’, ‘Nothing Really Matters’, ‘American Pie’, ‘What It Feels like for a Girl’, ‘Love Profusion’, ‘Ghosttown’...
  13. I didn’t say plagiarism. I said it was not original nor groundbreaking. And I stand by that.
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