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Bermu

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Bermu last won the day on July 14 2020

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  • Birthday 10/18/1981

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  1. Loving the new theme + countdown 😍 Thank U, Mr. Fighter :kiss: 

    1. Frank

      Frank

      Yassssssssssssssssss! TYVM @Fighterthe dark version is stunning!!! <3

    2. MisterMistere
  2. Stuart. For sure. He was the Music Director for the whole Re-invention Tour, making big re-inventions or re-discoverings like The Beast Within, Don't Tell Me, Into the Groove, Papa Don't Preach or Music. In fact, he also was the Music Director for the Drowned World Tour earlier, and the responsible for its enigmatic and thrilling intro (ROL sirens... Express yourself, don't repress yourself... DW/SFL organs... Do you like my acid rock... and people going crazy). The IGTTYAS is another example of what he is capable of doing with music, but his best work was, with no dobut, Confessions on a Dance Floor (album and tour). Only someone with so much love for the music of the 70s and 80s could think of using the Abba sample, or doing that mix of Future Lovers with I Feel Love, or that version of Music Inferno, or taking out of the trunk of oblivion what at first we called You Thrill Me, the Erotica demo. I wish Madonna would go back to working with Stuart Price some day. With Stuart, second parts are always even better than the first.
  3. Release date: Soon Looking forward to the Madame X Tour documentary in October. No new song and no biopic dates. Enough with fantasies and hypes...
  4. Tears of a legendary 🤡

  5. Good try... but embarrassing result. Melodyne, of course.
  6. I don't think it has anything to do with the Hard Candy album itself, but rather Madonna's fear of being irrelevant. That fear began in 2003, when she realized American Life flopped, resorting to raising her image by doing a duet with someone who was beginning to overshadow her: Britney Spears, and by doing a greatest hits tour: the Re-invention Tour. Because of that fear and although Confessions on a Dance Floor was her return to the top after Music, starting in 2008 and coinciding with the decline of her marriage, Madonna begins to make bad decisions, such as breaking with the company that in a way, she was dictated by the way forward: Warner. Before 2008, Madonna surrounded herself with producers unknown at that time by the general public, and she made that sound her own (Shep Pettibone, William Orbit, Mirwais, Stuart Price ...). However, as of 2008, Madonna desperately seeks to surround herself with the sound that is trending at the time, and the worst thing is that she does it late. Justin Timberlake, Timbaland, Martin Solveig, Nicki Minaj, M.I.A., Diplo, Avicii ... all of them impregnated the successive albums of Madonna with her own styles and sounds, being totally recognizable by the general public. And for the general public and not for a fan, listening to Bitch I'm Madonna, i.e., is like listening to one more Diplo song, but not one of his best songs. With Madame X, Madonna wanted to re-experiment and be influenced by the cultures of other countries and her own instincts more than other producers. But it is evident that she is far from going back to being who she was, musically speaking. Just my opinion. But I still love every little thing that she says or does, even showing her nipples on a pub (well, thanks God, she finally took off that horrendous ass!! lol)
  7. Will Madonna go out on skates with her nipples exposed tonight?
  8. Welcome to the Club.👍🥇🏳‍🌈

  9. I know nobody could care... but I'm 39, and my father has just turned 65 and I decided to come out today. Don't wanna be a drama queen, but it feels weird. It hurts now. But maybe tomorrow it won't. F*cking life.

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    2. emanon

      emanon

      So, did it went well? I hope so :cute:

    3. Bermu

      Bermu

      Yes, it went well. I did it. It wasn't the best moment because of his birthday, but it just happened. It will take some time to get used to certain situations, I suppose. Yesterday we saw "Songbird" at home, and the atmosphere got pretty weird because of K.J. Apa :fire::sad::fire:

    4. vesalii

      vesalii

      That's amazing, will hurt just a little bit but at the end of the day, you're brave cuz you're showing your true colors. Welcome.

  10. You were great. You were great. I thought it was neat. Really neat.
  11. 20 years since I watched live the Mother F*cker for the very first time :lord:

    1. RUADJAI
    2. chipie

      chipie

      @Bermu bermucito de mis amores, que estábamos tan cerquita, y que pena que no nos conocíamos.

  12. June 9th, 2001 My very first Madonna Live Experience as well... 20 years... I can't even.... (A pic with my shitty cheap analog camera during Ray of Light, I think)
  13. My mistake. It actually was released as a collaboration (Just Say Roe), not a B-side
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