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Gabriel Ciccone

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  1. 4 hours ago, zephyralexxx said:

    Well, that's what I was trying to say, high or not, the ending makes me feel I am seeing M's life, my life in a few seconds while I'm leaving this world. It's so weird, yet so beautiful. I guess Come Alive will be one of my all time favourite personal songs I have witnessed in this lifetime. 

    The ending makes me feel like we have to appreciate Madonna in life. We are so lucky witness her making music.

  2. 3 minutes ago, Shane said:

    I know newness always colors perception, but if being objective do some of you think Madame X will eventually be considered her masterpiece alongside LAP and ROL or is that absolutely putting the cart before the horse?

    I hope there are some others are also waiting until Friday so that it won’t just be me in here raving about everything that morning LOL.



    For me is an instant classic album

  3. I'm not the author of the text, by a brazilian fan:

    It's curious to understand a little better why this music is chosen to be presented in installments as "Beautiful Game" in MET BALL and as manifesto in Eurovision. Dark Ballet is the "Madonna Rhapsody suffragist" that I imagined musically from the reviews and the person who stamps the cover of the album, is a dense lyric poetry, an ultra contemporary sound that synthesizes its idea about global division, the sound mix of the privileged (classic music) with the minority (electronic music), an empathic concept about an incandescent global political madness presented (in my impression) in 3 acts with several elements:

    A manifest song, the violence and the melancholy of a reflection, the density of a lifetime (which may be yours you hear) passing to the madness of a nutcracker remixed in a whirlwind on floors inspired by Dance of Fairy Plum (begin), Tchaikovsky's Dance Of The Mirlitons (sample) and Dance of Swans (ending), which ends in a manifest poem about self-consciousness with an "amoral story" of a life that is only worth and worth living if the flame is kept on.

    Look ... it's crazy, I found everything, less boring ...
    I think we can have a story and so much told in the clip of it.

    My suggestion for the trailer is that Madame X will introduce herself properly and I think the persona of the suffragist would be perfect to be the hostess.

    Portrait of Susan Brownell Anthony (1820-1906), American suffragists and social reformer, by Matthew Brady, c.1870

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