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  1. True Blue and MDNA are the albums I barely listen.
  2. 1. Extreme Occident 2. Ciao Bella 3. Future 4. Dark Ballet 5. God Control (I also listen a lot Batuka and Back that up, so number 5 could be anything of those three lol)
  3. This was unexpected, just was typing mail.goo... and saw the infinity logo in the url bar and clicked it just for nostalgia. I was sure the page would be gone by now but I got very excited when I saw that cool animation instead of the thank you message. This makes me happy :3
  4. Thanks for the clarification! *Edit* Just found a thread for that song, nevermind, closing my question here!
  5. Someone here has the full lyrics of Ciao Bella? I'm obsessed with that song and I want to know what the parts of Dino d’Santiago says
  6. Whaaaaaaat!!?? Future samples an OutKast song?! 

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      50 minutes ago, DickTracy said:

      The horn line is similar to Spottieottie. Its not a sample or a direct riff, I don't think. I've listened to Spottieottiedopalicious and Hypnotic Brass Ensemble's instrumental version. That track itself was built around a Genesis sample. 

      Yeah, I saw it on Genius and I got excited, lol. Then I re-listened both songs and noticed the horns are just a little similar... Anyways Future has grown so much on me, the first verse is lyrically and musically one of the best things of the record!

    4. DickTracy


      Agreed - I want that remix from her FB page sooooo bad. Perfect placement on the album. 

  7. This era has the best videos in a while. We haven't seen this way of delivering stories in her visuals since I can't remember when...
  8. OMG. This is The Song! I don't even know how to describe it, for me it's like if Act of contrition and Die another day had a love child. The production is all dark and messy at first, but actually everything is on its place. I can't believe she released it as a single. I want more of this!
  9. Feeling a little like you I guess... (but I liked I rise and Crave). I was a little excited when she was in Portugal and she started to upload media to her instagram showing how she was working and being inspired by real musicians. Before that I didn't knew what fado was nor I had an idea of how it sounds but I thought something interesting could came from her working again with Mirwais, they mixed very well folk and electronica in one of my favorite albums of all the time... but she's giving us very generic songs! -very well produced, yes- but I feel them soulless . Pretty much what I
  10. Thanks for clarifying this to me! So that's why they had to use a pre-recorded performance? Madame X personas and some of the ambience were just visible through a screen? right.
  11. I really felt them very weird... I mean, the effects of Madame X appearing and disappearing... It was like a Power Point slide vanishing effect Anyways, how does it works? Are they really holograms? I read in another thread (I guess it was@vitoralmeiidawho said that) that those projections (?) weren't visible to the public, and some articles and notes I've read refers to them as an augmented reality effect.
  12. The Like a Prayer clip looks promising. I'm not against her repeating herself sometimes, I enjoyed a lot the live performances of Living for Love and they were practically the same, just minor changes between Grammys/Brits/Tour but it was a very well executed performance (even with the fall and all). Dark Ballet is the song I'm more curious about. I just hope this time she doesn't use the "holograms" I felt them a little weird and out of place in the Billboards performance.
  13. Rebel Heart is one of my favorites! Is one of the albums that I fully enjoy from the beginning to the end, not skipping any song (well... S.E.X. is another story).
  14. That's a great outfit! I love how she made crosses and now Joan of Arc part of her aesthetic identity... but why she likes to say she doesn't like to repeat herself? It's not a bad think to take inspiration from her past or repeat a little, as long as is done in a good or proper way. Actually that fear of "repeating" and always wanting to be innovative is counterproducing, that's why most of her fans have so high and unrealistic standards sometimes, and she's just fueling that .
  15. From the three already released songs from Madame X I find I rise the best of them and mainly because of its theme and subject, it's not even by far one of my Madonna's favorite songs but I can enjoy it and I appreciate the fact that she's writing about important things. But I do agree with you that it's not a masterpiece, the lyrics could be deeper and the structure less repetitive (still I just like it). About being anthemic... I have always thought that you can't just say "I'm gonna write an anthem", then just release it and voilà it's an anthem! Yes, the intention is very important, b
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