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Rebel Heartbreaker

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About Rebel Heartbreaker

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  • Birthday 11/18/1968

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    Tasmania or South Africa
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    I'm wired to the world. That's how I know everything.
  • Favorite Madonna Song
    Burning Up

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  1. Rebel Heartbreaker

    For all of you who saw Madonna live, close up...

    True, that. Strangely enough, the only other star I felt had charisma to burn meeting her was k.d.lang. Though, total different league to Madame Ciccone.
  2. Rebel Heartbreaker

    For all of you who saw Madonna live, close up...

    That's our gal! When we admire someone as talented and amazing as Madonna, that blurring between myth and instant reality can be confronting. In this world of dime-a-dozen social media harlots with no discernible talents to speak of, Madonna is pretty much the last of the bona fide Superstars.
  3. Rebel Heartbreaker

    For all of you who saw Madonna live, close up...

    I've said this once before on this forum, the closest I have come to Madonna was meeting Kylie Minogue! ๐Ÿ˜† Enjoyed reading all the stories here. I've been to both Girlie Show and Drowned World Tour was in nosebleed seats both times, unfortunately.
  4. Rebel Heartbreaker

    Take a Bow from the Japanese release

  5. Tragic figures. No wonder artists tried to release Tidal.
  6. I think u have Beautiful hands๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’š

    1. Rebel Heartbreaker

      Rebel Heartbreaker

      Bless you! ย My Dalmatian dog Jackson accidentally got caught in a farmer's fox trap (the metal claw ones) once. ย He was so distraught and in pain that when I rescued him he tore into my hands with his teeth!! Poor thing. ย I came off worse than him! ย Madonna would call them 'beautiful scars' in any case!



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      I'm so sorry to hear about what happened to Jackson. That's awful. I hope he's doing well though.ย 

      ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽถIf scares could go away what would your body say๐ŸŽต๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽต

  7. Rebel Heartbreaker

    The Live and Acoustic Tour

    Quite. There's this push-pull quality when Madonna does something more intimate. She is obviously grateful for the energy of love from the audience, but she turns things around when fans get unruly ("I'm in charge here, muthafuckers!").
  8. Rebel Heartbreaker

    The Live and Acoustic Tour

    Want it! Need it!
  9. Rebel Heartbreaker

    Pete Burns R.I.P.

    RIP Pete. Pete Burns was a firm favourite of mine from the 80s onward. Very sad
  10. Hi RH,


    Good to write to a fellow Madonna fan :brenspin:! Just took a detour reading the Madonna Movies thread. Applause:asian: to you catching Madonna's film Shanghai Surprise (1/2 dozen times @ that :blink:!)

    Simply how would you access that particular film? Unfortunately:banghead: a multitude of her critics and even fans have admonished :thumbsdown:her film career especially SS. Find her filmography symmetrical w/ her discography deeply intriguing!


    Thank you for your time and nuggets of insight RH. GBY.

  11. Rebel Heartbreaker

    The "Rebel Heart" forum is closing April 1st.

    I think Madonna needs the rest! The best thing about this era is that with the multitude of leaks, one can revisit all variations of different tracks and still discover something new in them. The album that keeps on giving...........
  12. Rebel Heartbreaker

    worst and best reinvention of a song on tour

    Agreed! On both counts. HUNG UP on MDNA just sounds like a screechfest.
  13. Loved reading that, CandyPerfumeGIrl! For me, I have been a Madonnachronic since 1983 and 'Burning Up', so I just assume that everyone knows a lot of the classic tracks, no matter what age they are. I grew up listening to radio where the new was played with the old, so back catalogues for all sorts of artists were a given.
  14. Yes, definitely the most exciting era since Confessions. Sure, the other eras tickled my Madonna fancy, but she's BACK BACK BACK!
  15. As it is, musically TNB sounds like a knock-off of a few tracks from Etienne de Crecy's last album ('Hashtag My Ass' comes to mind). I can see the concept behind the song; it just lacks a good execution.