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  1. 1. Ray of Light 2. American Life 3. Music 4. Madonna 5. Confessions on a Dancefloor 6. Like a Prayer 7. MDNA 8. True Blue 9. Rebel Heart 10. Hard Candy 11. Like a Virgin 12. Bedtime Stories 13. Erotica 14. I'm Breathless
  2. She makes it clear that Joan did not like Jay Leno or Ben Stiller at all. Those were the two biggies. A bit about Gwyneth Paltrow too. Melissa also sort of snubbed Kathy Griffin when talking about the younger female comics that Joan was always friends with - but you can't really blame her, after Kathy completely threw Fashion Police under the bus (Melissa being the executive producer). There's a bit about Ellen DeGeneres as well. She sort of says Joan thought positively of her, but in a shady way took a jab at her "nice girl" comedy style. If you watch little side-bits and clips of Joan over the years, I think it's pretty clear she wasn't a fan of Ellen and that's probably the best way for Melissa to say so without upsetting the wrong people, because for some reason completely lost to me...everyone seems to love Ellen.
  3. In Melissa River's new tribute to her mother, The Book of Joan, each chapter is essentially an essay about stories about mother, funny facts about her mother or fond memories with her mother. Being a big Joan Rivers fan I've already purchased it and read it all in one day, haha. But one chapter was about some of Joan's favorite celebrities to pick on, one of them being Madonna. She wrote a bit about Joan making fun of Madonna's "British accent", blah-blah, but then included this little bit at the end: Normally I'm not so inclined to believe these basic/bland "compliments" people put into their books about other celebrities but Melissa really went in on some people in this book, no sugar-coating, apologies or listing of "nice" things about them at the end...so I think this was probably sincere considering she really didn't suck up to anyone mentioned in the book. Anyways, I just thought of everyone on this forum when I read it and thought you may all like to hear!
  4. Living For Love was playing while I was at Planet Fitness yesterday morning!
  5. I really love the still that the YouTube video has for the preview pic or whatever it's called. I've been working on designing a "Madonna" tarot deck for a while now and I think that exact moment is going to be the "8 of cups" card in my deck!
  6. This is obviously not an official remix, but I'm obsessed with it. Fairly simple but just what I was craving! This song was begging for a piano accompaniment. https://soundcloud.com/thomasfotos/ghosttown-thomas-fotos-remix
  7. The leaks and the fact that Empire robbed her of the #1 spot through streams certainly has almost everything to do with her joining this TIDAL mess.
  8. I would love a slow piano version of this song. Not to get too Adele-y, but just listening to instrumental piano covers on YouTube you can hear the song is so beautiful that way. Of course, we'll get all dance mixes...but I'd love even a fan made remix with just piano.
  9. Joan of Arc, Ghosttown, Wash All Over Me, and Body Shop.
  10. I agree. I loooove it except for her corny "revolution of love" bullshit. Hearing it for the first time during the Grammy's was everything.
  11. 1. Rebel Heart (original version) 2. Devil Pray 3. Ghosttown 4. Bitch I'm Madonna (feat. Nicki Minaj) 5. Hold Tight 6. Joan of Arc 7. Living For Love 8. Iconic (feat. Mike Tyson & Chance the Rapper) 9. Holy Water 10. Wash All Over Me
  12. From the first time I heard the finished version that would be put on the album I pined for the demo. The upbeat sound and triumphant production really embodied what this song is about and I was beyond disappointed that a very toned-down almost acoustic version was going to end up on the album. I listened to the official version so many times and could never get anything out of it, so I'd just been sticking with the demo...and I agree with those who have said it went from a stand-out single potential to filler track material. But with all that being said...tonight when it came on during my drive home I finally "got" it. It's sweet and simple and cheery but meaningful - it tells the story that needs to be told and closes the album on an uplifting note without being imperious or overbearing. I got a little lump in my throat when the final chorus kicked in. The demo will always be significant to me, but when all is said and done, I really do love the album version so much.
  13. Hmm. I didn't realize she had framed the song this way. It's funny because it sort of reminded me of What A Way To Wanna Be from Shania Twain's Up! album..in the sense that what she's saying is a little trivial and silly but it's supposed to be that way because she's poking a little bit of fun in the song. This really isn't my favorite from the album...but I think it's a big improvement from the demo version, especially in making the decision to omit "there's nothing wrong with...NOTHING WRONG WITH...sex!!!!" So bad.
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