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  1. StrikeItUp

    2016 American Presidential Thread

    Actually Hillary did bring up protecting same-sex marriage rights and the rights of the LGBTQ community as a reason to elect the right Supreme Court justice.
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    2016 American Presidential Thread

    The portraits line was the line of the night. "Who does that?"
  3. Mmm...Erotica

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      I look much better than Homer :lol:

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    NYC Sept. 19

    I'm so glad I waited to do Barclays. Didn't realize my seat was closer than I thought. Ghosttown was the surprise show stopper and I think it really caught M by surprise. This show had an excellent balance of old hits + some killer Rebel Heart material. She sounded beautiful and looked so radiant that at times I teared up quite a bit. She was so down to earth, funny, and surprisingly self-deprecating (she joked about supposedly covering up some cellulite, lol). I personally loved Unapologetic Bitch as the second to last number. And Rebel Heart as well! I wouldn't change a thing about the show. I just love this woman!
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    Post actual SHOW START TIME thread

    Yeah 9:42 at Barclay's. I wasn't expecting Any Schumer to come on at 8pm. I missed the first few minute of her act.
  6. Thank you, this definitely breaks it down into laymens terms on how a song is crafted these days. I've never doubted Madonna's lyrical input when she's inspired (and clearly she was in RH, whereas not so much in Revolver). So it sounds like while she might have had an additional songwriter or two in writing the lyrics (since she doesn't compose music) in most of the songs, it seems each track went through a lot of production changes which I imagine affects the musical composition -- ultimately leading to many songwriting credits.
  7. The multiple songwriters is mind boggling. Does it really take 9 producers to pen the lyrics? Or did some of the producers write the music and that counts as a songwriting credit? No joke, I'm seriously asking this. It used to sound much simpler then to produce and write a pop song.
  8. What Kurt said. RH, even with more flaws, is sincerely more confessional than Confessions.
  9. Did she? Had no idea, haven't paid attention to the show in years. That's a shame.
  10. Robin looks like she hasn't missed a few meals now. Shame she lost her braids though, she looked very pretty with them.
  11. Forget about Chris, Sandra and Gags. I wonder if he's going to go there about the plastic surgery, and will Madonna rise to the challenge? Should be an interesting interview.
  12. StrikeItUp

    SOME GIRLS

    I still say this is the little sister to Candy Perfume Girl, and I mean that in a GOOD way. Definitely in my Top 5.
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    TURN UP THE RADIO CIRCLE JERK THREAD

    I agree. It's mainstream enough without sounding too much like what the other pop tarts are putting out there, and the lyrics suggest more of an anthemic trademark Madonna song (like LAP, ROL, Secret, etc). It's a shame she missed the ball on this one, but I hope this song gets to see some light of day either on tour or as a single (even if it flopped). Plus the verses on the latter half of the song are quite a standout.
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    SOME GIRLS

    This song is LIFE! But these lyrics in conjunction with that amazing vocal delivery are to die for. Honestly if you took away the vocal effects on the song, her vocals probably still sound as flawless as her ROL/Music days (same goes for Love Spent).
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