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  1. UnapologeticRebel

    New Album Means New Tour

    I agree here. It really takes away from the theatrical aspect of the show too.
  2. I agree with all of this. Also, even though "Hung Up" was performed on S&S, and MDNA, it might as well have been ignored because there hasn't been a GREAT version of it since CT - we've had a butchered version on S&S (I mean, WTH was that?) and it was meh on MDNA (a step up from S&S though). Unrecognizable and not what most people wanted to hear.
  3. UnapologeticRebel

    Is MDNA tour her best ever?

    Visually? Yes. I've always felt it was a mix of BA, BS and DWT rolled into one. A true masterpiece. Sure, the setlist could have been a little better, but she did justice to some of her biggest hits like "Express Yourself", "Vogue" and "Like a Prayer".....although "Vogue" could have included the bridge. The staging, choreography, and the entrance are just brilliant and intense. While I loved the Rebel Heart tour, it just didn't compare for me.
  4. UnapologeticRebel

    Justin Timberlake thread

    More than likely yes.
  5. UnapologeticRebel

    Justin Timberlake thread

    I believe the tour is selling well, so he can still sell tickets - and expensive tickets based on his name and past. The album, on the other hand....
  6. UnapologeticRebel

    Justin Timberlake thread

    Completely agree!
  7. UnapologeticRebel

    BA Tour featured on Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Concerts

    I'd pick DWAD .... for a teen pop star/show, it was a big spectacle and Britney was in her prime in 2001/2002 as a dancer/performer. The massive waterfall at the end was pretty cool live as well. Onyx was still great but wasn't as over the top with the stage design/effects.
  8. UnapologeticRebel

    BA Tour featured on Rolling Stone's 50 Greatest Concerts

    Couldn't have said it better. It feels so forced to see her name on these types of lists. and Taylor Swift too? Give me a break. I'm glad Madonna is on the list, but there are some real questionable choices there.
  9. UnapologeticRebel

    rate the tours

    This is always so hard but: MDNA BAT GS CT RIT RHT VT DW WTG S&S
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    "Nobody Knows Me" - with "Get Together" right behind it. I have to agree that the second song is almost as important as the first.
  11. UnapologeticRebel

    Which tours have you seen live?

    Re-Invention Tour Confessions Tour Sticky and Sweet Tour MDNA (2 X) Rebel Heart (2 X)
  12. UnapologeticRebel

    The Next Tour?

    I want more MDNA style productions on the next tour - RHT was fine for a more "intimate" show but massive productions are so amazing and Madonna does it best. I thought RHT would be the same but it wasn't as massive.
  13. UnapologeticRebel

    Drowned World Tour appreciation thread!

    Well, It's just something I have to live with - lol. I was into other artists and was going to a lot of other concerts at the time. I wouldn't have appreciated it for what it was in 2001, unfortunately. I might have liked the theatrics, but the set-list wouldn't have faired as well with me at that point in my life/and my level of M fan at the time.
  14. UnapologeticRebel

    Could RH have worked in stadiums?

    I know people think stadium tours are prestigious but I find them horrible for the audience-way too hard to get close to the action. Luckily I've only seen Madonna in arena settings.