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  1. On 4/18/2020 at 7:50 AM, zephyralexxx said:

    ...and I have always felt this like a happy and sad song in the same time. especially the opening lyrics:

    I took a pill and had a dream
    I went back to my 17 year
    Allowed myself to be naive
    To be someone I've never been
    I took a sip and had a dream
    And I woke up in Medellín
    The sun was caressing my skin

    Another me could now begin...


    The lyrics literally give me life!! And her voice is so smooth, you can use this song as a tanning lotion 😄😍🙌🏼

  2. 8 hours ago, Andgon144 said:

    Tracks 1-6 have hit me like a ton of bricks, its like she was warning us.

    Dark Ballet just got way darker for me. The "they are so naive.." part!😵


    Yes, suddenly Madame X is hella prophetic! It flipped everything upside down for me when covid-19 happened. Suddenly it all made so much more sense. And her performance at Eurovision cannot be a mere coincidence. Even Kabbalah teaches there’s no such a thing as a coincidence. The word itself means two sides of one coin. Madonna knew something and still does! I’m listening to her ever so closely. There’s hope. “Everyone has a spark”. 

  3. On 4/5/2020 at 11:53 AM, Kurt420 said:

    Agree with others too, I can officially say at this point that MX is "essential" Madonna, up there with LAP and ROL. What I mean is that, like those two albums, MX is completely and totally a glimpse into Madonna's state of mind in 2019. Sure, ALL of her albums are to some degree but those three (and AL too really...even if it's not my fave) truly represent who Madonna is and what she's about circa 2019. This will definitely be one that is more appreciated over time.

    Yes!! Finally someone said this. Albums such as Ray of Light, American Life and now Madame X have this unique energy about them that straight up tells us, this is her! This is the woman behind the alter ego called Madonna. This is the voice beyond Vogues and Hollidays. In all three of these albums she tells her alter ego to take a seat and she wears her heart on the sleeve. And it’s crucial we as fans recognize and respect that. And while she has done glimpses of this in all of her albums, everybody knows that these particular albums carry that specific  Madonna energy that’s uniq to who she is as her own person, outside of fame and stardom. 

  4. On 3/7/2020 at 2:35 AM, erotica blu said:

    Were MDNA properly mixed and mastered to higher standards than sounding on par with a stream there might be an argument for his return.

    Agreed. Also, if MDNA would have been produced entirely by Martin alone, I think it would have been her most uplifting, upbeat, cheerful, summer album ever!! I don’t care what anyone says, Give Me All Your Luvin and Turn Up The Radio are extremely catchy and fun. Beautiful Killer is everybody’s favorite. This lighthearted Solveig sound throughout the whole album would have been a dream come true! Unfortunately, as much as I loved Orbit’s songs, and I’m Addicted, the album ended up having no direction. It was all over the place. Gang Bang, Masterpiece, I Don’t Give A, Falling Free.... all sound like songs from completely different albums, like wtf? 

  5. Really funny lists! I’ll try to do a serious one, the one I think it could have been if M didn’t use play of words or wanted to come up with some alternate song titles 

    1. Nos Casamos (Feat. Maluma)

    2. It’s a Beautiful Lie 

    3. Gun Control 

    4. Not Everyone Is Coming (Feat. Quavo)

    5. Storm 

    6. Wild World, Lonely Path

    7. Dangerous (Feat. Swae Lee)

    8. You Must Think I’m Crazy

    9. Stand Out 

    10. I Wasn’t Lost

    11. Faz Gostoso (Feat. Anita) 

    (no change to this title cuz it’s a cover)

    12. Loca (Feat. Maluma)

    13. Finally, Enough Love

    14. Prayer

    15. Rise Above 

  6. My top favorite parts of the song are the first verse, when Madonna goes “you ain’t woke!....come give life!” She sounds like a wise Jamaican witch who smokes dope. Lol The trumpets! Oh my god those trumpets give me life! These two aspects of the song were my favorite from the first listen. But surprisingly, I’ve also grown to really enjoy Quavo’s verse. 

  7. 1 hour ago, zephyralexxx said:

    Comparing this with Batuka is... no comment 😐 Music is in my top 5 M songs ever. And it's actually A SONG, unlike Batuka.

    Interesting but Music is my least favorite Madonna song. I dont like the melody, nor the lyrics or the production. But I’m happy that general public recognizes and loves it. Batuka is the weird kind of Madonna that I totally dig. Awesome that Madonna’s candy shop got all kinds of flavors for all of us. 

  8. 1 hour ago, zephyralexxx said:

    ...and my perspective with you why I don't like it very much and I skip it. I like the message, the instrumental, the video and the ending, I just don't like hearing 6 minutes of the same thing with a robotic voice. If you would hear the original voice in the song, you would hear the difference. Batuka and Future have the most auto tune on the album. That's all. :brenspin:

    I’d love to get my hands on the demos from Madame X 

  9. 11 minutes ago, zephyralexxx said:

    I didn't miss anything. Yes, it's a chant, It's beautiful, I understand the message, but it's too long. It's not repetitive in terms of chorus and verses. And I am sure I would have liked it more if I would hear Madonna and not a robot.

    She sounds amazing in this song! There isn’t even that much auto tune. Her voice sounds a bit nasal but in my opinion it just makes the song that much more eccentric and interesting. The drums always put me in a trance and I never want it to end. But to each their own I guess. I’m just sharing my perspective with you why I like this song so much. 

  10. 35 minutes ago, zephyralexxx said:

    It's too repetitive, too long and the autotune is more than annoying for me. But I love the ending of the song and the video is brilliant... Almost teary eyes at the end of the video + the message.

    Speaking of repetitive, I often hear songs that are extremely repetitive. Like Roxanne. Same chorus, over and over. Some of these songs are are so bad, I stop everything I’m doing and wonder if the damn song is ever going to end. I don’t understand how people are able to enjoy repetitive songs. So I get it.

    But when it comes to Batuka, it’s one time you can make an exception, because that’s the whole point of the song. It’s not repetitive in terms of singing the same chorus over and over, rather it’s story telling in a form of a CHANT. It’s supposed to be like that because that’s the style of batukadeiras, where one lead singer tells a story in short phrases and the rest of the women sing along. I think it’s beautiful, because it’s like the women agree with what the lead singer is telling by singing along with each phrase. So yes, Batuka is more of a chant than a song. That’s why it deserves a pass. Calling it repetitive means you’re missing the whole idea, the whole point of it. 

  11. On 1/6/2020 at 5:53 PM, peter said:

    ^^ Inside Out is still one of my very favorite RH tracks, and among my all-time favorites in her entire oeuvre.

    Have not tired of any Madame X tracks, tbqh? Aren’t really any low points for me. 

    Yes!! Inside out is a masterpiece, especially the demo. I made my own edit where most of it is the demo version and only replaced the instrumental parts after each chorus with the album version. It turned out amazing. 

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