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  1. Casey Spooner tells his side of the story on this podcast @3:45
  2. Don't think it's dubbed, she appears to be moving to the rhythm of the song but who knows really https://www.timesofisrael.com/at-eurovision-rehearsals-madonna-teases-fans-with-promise-of-special-surprise/
  3. I was so excited when that short clip surfaced of her rehearsing to the LAP album version
  4. New remixes Craig Cs a Capella (5:22) Craig Cs Found Vocal (7:08) Craig Cs Found instrumental (7:08) Ryan Skyy Remix – Radio Edit (3:54) Ryan Skyy Remix – Radio Edit Instrumental (3:54) Ryan Skyy Remix (4:40) Ryan Skyy Remix – Instrumental (4:40) Ryan Skyy Remix – Acapella (3:54)
  5. Killers Extreme Occident Come Alive God Control Looking For Mercy/ IDSIF
  6. MOST SEARCHED ALBUMS OF 2019 The end of the year is closing in, with many reflecting on the biggest records of 2019. There's been talk of a rock and metal surge in 2019, and according to trends data provider SEMrush, both Tool and Slipknot are leading the way. Taking a closer look at what people Googled this year and analyzing search volume, SEMrush determined that both Tool's Fear Incoculum and Slipknot's We Are Not Your Kind were among the 10 Most Searched Albums of 2019. That puts them in lofty company with Taylor Swift's Love, Kanye West's Jesus Is King, Madonna's Madame X and Post Malone's Hollywood's Bleeding among others. The top 11 Most Searched Albums can be viewed below: Taylor Swift – Lover Kanye West – Jesus Is King Tool – Fear Inoculum Melanie Martinez – K 12 Madonna – Madame X Ed Sheeran – No. 6 Collaborations Project Chris Brown – Indigo Slipknot – We Are Not Your Kind Drake – Care Package Chance the Rapper – The Big Day Post Malone – Hollywood’s Bleeding https://loudwire.com/slipknot-tool-most-searched-albums-2019/
  7. "Spooner could not be reached for comment and his attorney Craig Averill said he was no longer representing him in this matter."
  8. https://www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2002/mar/22/shopping.artsfeatures2
  9. https://www.culledculture.com/madonna-grammys-madame-x/ The Snubbing of Madame X By the Grammys Is Something of a Compliment While even Barbra Streisand managed to get a nod from the Grammys (for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album thanks to Walls), noticeably lacking from the OG gay icon list was Madonna. Lost amid “fresher” competitors like Billie Eilish, Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey and, somehow, Vampire Weekend. Very strange indeed considering that Madame X was one of the most daring and memorable records released in 2019. Challenging norms and defying convention both sonically and with accompanying videos that included “Medellin,” “Dark Ballet,” “Crave,” “I Rise,” “God Control” and “Batuka.” Recorded while in Lisbon for the benefit of her son, David Banda, joining the Benfica soccer team, the experimental nature of the album (going well-beyond anything Madonna did on Ray of Light or American Life, the two records consistently deemed her most avant-garde) is unapologetic and relentless throughout, with producer credits from Mirwais Ahmadzaï, Mike Dean, Diplo, Billboard, Jason Evigan and Jeff Bhasker. Which is perhaps why the Grammys didn’t know what to do with it, Billie Eilish being just the right amount of “experimental” in the present climate. On that note, Eilish’s debut was given six nods (Best Solo Performance, Best New Artist, Record of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Vocal Album) for her debut, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?. Mind you, Madonna’s self-titled first record received no award nominations, setting something of a precedent for being overlooked throughout her entire career, save for that Ray of Light moment at the 1999 Grammys. Because yes, out of twenty-eight nominations in the past thirty-plus years, she’s only won seven times. A head-scratching anomaly if ever there was one, and more than somewhat proving that to be acknowledged by “major” institutions with clearly no taste is more insult than compliment. Even so, her label, Interscope, reportedly submitted Madame X for Album of the Year, “Medellin” for Best Pop Duo Performance and “Crave” for Record of the Year. The Recording Academy could not be bothered. For, more than anything, it seems Madonna continues to represent to “real” musicians that she is all raw ambition and no talent. The shadowy judgment that has cast a pall throughout the success of her fourteen studio albums, each offering at least one chart-topping single. But charts are of no concern to the Grammys, who want to see “true” singers shine. And yet, they seem to forget that show(wo)manship and artistry are key components to putting out a record that will endure (David Bowie certainly knew something about that). As though seemingly punished for this ability to interweave all aspects of art into her career–a multimedia genius–Madonna has somehow been ignored. Then again, she has always rebelled against the establishment rather than seeking to be recognized by it. In this way, it is as she says on Madame X’s “Extreme Occident,” “Life is a circle”–and it will circuitously repeat the same pattern of Madonna being snubbed.
  10. These are the new mixes: I Rise (Thomas Gold Extended Club Mix) I Rise (Thomas Gold Remix) I Rise (Thomas Gold Radio) I Rise (Thomas Gold Edit) I Rise (Kue Drops The Funk Remix) I Rise (DJLW Remix) I Rise (Twisted Dee & Diego Fernandez Mix) I Rise (Twisted Dee & Diego Fernandez Radio Mix)
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