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Everything posted by AnonymouslyInLoveWithM

  1. 1. Killers Who Are Partying 2. Crazy 3. Medellin 4. God Control 5. Future
  2. Medellin/Living For Love Dark Ballet/Devil Pray God Control/Ghosttown Future/Unapologetic Bitch Batuka/Illuminati Killers Who Are Partying/Bitch I'm Madonna Crave/Hold Tight Crazy/Joan Of Arc Come Alive/Iconic Extreme Occident/Heartbreak City Faz Gostoso/Body Shop Bitch I'm Loca/Holy Water I Don't Search I Find/Inside Out Looking For Mercy/Wash All Over Me I Rise/Best Night Funana/Veni Vidi Vici Back That Up To The Beat/S.E.X Ciao Bella/Messiah Soltera/Rebel Heart Rebel Heart - 9 MadameX - 10
  3. THIS! KWAP is a supreme HIGHLIGHT of the album for me - especially its second half, after she sings about being a woman and then that beautiful music kicks in with her singing, seemingly right in your ear, "God knooows what I am." CHILLS!
  4. 1. Hard Candy - So far. Maybe, in time - perhaps, soon - Mx will take over. (Let's not forget the gems that are BGO, GITM, MA, SNM, DWRY, etc., people!) 2. Mx (the ONLY M album in which I love every song - may soon take over #1 for last four albums) 3. MDNA (Love this album! Don't get all the hate for it.) 4. Rebel Heart - (Still love it - I love every M album to different degrees and for different reasons - but I rarely listen to it and it hasn't stood the test of time so well, for me.)
  5. Pop perfection, indeed, and M's best vocals on this album.
  6. Madonna has just accomplished two amazing things for me, which she has never accomplished in her almost-40-year-long career: 1. Managed to create an album in which I truly enjoy and can say I love EVERY-SINGLE-SONG! (As much as I love her and her music, there have always been a couple of clunkers in each and every one of her albums. With Madame X, that is no longer the case. Each song is brilliant in its own way!) And... 2. (This one's minor, but an important one for me.) I have always felt the need to re-order the tracklisting on M's albums - I never thought she was particularly good at the order in which her songs were placed on her album. No longer! I truly feel Madame X is PERFECTLY track-listed - the order couldn't be any better! Madame X truly is a WORK OF ART. And, she created this NOW, SO deep and long into her outstanding career. WHO ELSE can do this?!? Side note: I'm so glad I waited until today to hear the album in its entirety. It truly felt like the old days when we all had to wait with baited breath and, finally, were able to exhale when listening to her art for the first time.
  7. I just CAN'T with all the excitement going around for MX! It's making it harder for me to wait until Friday! I know it's weird, but you know what I'm looking forward to? To really getting to know the album well and, then, rearranging the track-listing. There isn't an M album I do not like/love. Buuuut, I've always had an issue with the way she orders her songs (track-listing). That hasn't changed, for me, in over over 30 years and I don't expect MX to be any different. Once I rearrange the track-listing to make it sonically flow better for ME, that's when I truly fall in love with the album - and THAT'S what I can't wait for.
  8. Aside from the officially released songs (M, IR, Crave, Soltera and DB), I haven't listened to any of the other songs and am, faithfully, waiting until Friday. I want to experience this release as M intended. :)
  9. Preach it. The list of sub-par male vocalists that are still heralded as outrageous talents is, regrettably, a long one - David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Chris Martin, and countless others. They barely ever get any criticism or even a mention on their mediocre-or-below vocal ability, instead being heralded. Apparently, only female singers are judged by their perceived vocal talents - especially M. It is definitely sexist and sad.
  10. Anything 8 and above for me is in the "Love!" category. That being said... 1. Medellín (8.5) 2. Crave (8.0) 3. I Rise (4.0)
  11. First listen, immediately loved the guitars, hated the song... Second listen: Whoa...wait, this is classic, creamy-smooth, Madonna goodness. Third listen: Hooked for LIFE! What a AWESOME song! LOVE it! Haven't stopped playing it, since. With Medellín, Madonna added her own style to (improved upon) raggaeton. And, now, she's done the same with trap. - Die-hard M fan since 1989
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