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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 08:48
Madonna - Girl Gone Wild


Being this the second single from the album, I think it deserves its own thread.

I just heard the full album version of the song (I was told the single version will be different). The intro reminds me to "Sorry" (spoken part) it also reminds me to "Get Together" a little bit, and the you have the Benassi signature sound that works pretty good, the breakdown is also good, she also use the words "Forgive Me" before the last chorus. I don't hear any reference to "Deeper and Deeper", but maybe that's just me cuz I'm not a huge fan of Madge.

Anyway, this is much better than GMAYL. :)
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 09:03


I read that the full lyric video is going to be posted in 2 hours.

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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 09:06


And here's what seems to be the (incredibly airbrushed) single cover:



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It reminds me of Rihanna's Loud era artwork. Looking good, even though it really doesn't look like her :P I'm so excited for this single!




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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 09:14


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Finally, we have some new Madonna that sounds like it could possibly have some longevity. A lot more than "Give Me All Your Lovin'." The track reminds us of the Benny Benassi Remix of Celebration. The base is actually extremely familiar to a few Benassi productions, but hey, I'm not complaining. They guy makes hot records.

Although. we haven't heard the remix that's going to radio or VEVO yet, we have got an exclusive first listen to the album version.

The lyrics are smooth and sexy, while seemingly innocent. She even has a prayer at the beginning of the song where she begs for forgiveness for being a "bad girl." Oh, Madonna, we much prefer you be a bad girl than try and clean up your image. Thank God for you being a complete whore.

Oh, my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest all my sins, because I dread the loss of heaven, and the pains of hell. but most of all because I love Thee, And I want so badly to be good.

Powerful shit, eh? Especially because this song is filled with confessions of being "erotic," which Madonna has pretty much based her entire career from.

Still, not sure what the radio version will sound like, but Madge definitely gets an A+ for taking us back to "Confessions on a Dancefloor" and giving us a solid, wonderfully produced dance track.

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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 09:52


Lyric video (Radio Edit without the spoken intro)
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 09:57


As far as mindless pop music goes, I love it! It picks up where Confessions left off. Better than Hung Up and most of Hard Candy. Very remix friendly too!



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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 10:14


I find it rather underwhelming...
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 10:23


Quote: Originally posted by FlowersInTheHair  
I find it rather underwhelming...


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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 10:31


I think it's on par with most songs on Confessions. Same kind of generic lyrics, great production and rather robotic vocals. As far as non-serious music from Madonna goes, this is great. I honestly don't think it's any better or worse than Get Together or Sorry.



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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 11:26


:dancing::music:

I really love it , it reminds me of Confessions stuff .
Well it's not a new sound i think but this is a catchy amazing Dance Song.


I like it more than Get togheter or Sorry


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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 11:38


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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 11:58


Why do all her lyrics suddenly seem to have been written by a 3rd grader?

Both "Give Me All Your Luvin'" and "Girls Gone Wild" make "I Love New York" sound like Shakespeare.




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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 12:05


Quote: Originally posted by Swede  
Quote: Originally posted by FlowersInTheHair  
I find it rather underwhelming...


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I was also thinking "underwhelming" while listening.
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I feel the same fate as "Sorry" coming with this.
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 12:13


Quote: Originally posted by DJme  
Why do all her lyrics suddenly seem to have been written by a 3rd grader?

Both "Give Me All Your Luvin'" and "Girls Gone Wild" make "I Love New York" sound like Shakespeare.


No way. This is better than "I don't like cities, but I like New York / other place make me feel like a dork" and "ring, ring, ring goes the telephone / the lights are on but there's no one home". Not saying they're amazing either though.

The only difference is that she hasn't written a single song we've heard from this album so far, so if the lyrics aren't the best then at least it's no longer her fault lol.




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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 12:30


Sorry is a much better song!
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 12:34


Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
Quote: Originally posted by DJme  
Why do all her lyrics suddenly seem to have been written by a 3rd grader?

Both "Give Me All Your Luvin'" and "Girls Gone Wild" make "I Love New York" sound like Shakespeare.


No way. This is better than "I don't like cities, but I like New York / other place make me feel like a dork" and "ring, ring, ring goes the telephone / the lights are on but there's no one home". Not saying they're amazing either though.

The only difference is that she hasn't written a single song we've heard from this album so far, so if the lyrics aren't the best then at least it's no longer her fault lol.


"Get fired up like a smoking gun" is just as bad as the "dork" line, but that's a fruitless debate to have....

Who cares if she wrote the lyrics or not? She chose to sing them and release it as a single and put her name on it. On some level that's almost worse than if she had written it herself. She selected this.




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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 12:37


Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
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Great mix! I like it :dancing:
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 13:59


i LUV it, this is a Madonna song! :dancing:



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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 14:04


bland bland bland!

I understand that everything she puts out is under an intense microscope, but she did set some pretty high standards for herself over the years. Her desperate grasping at youth is getting old. Confessions was decent and didn't seem like she was reaching. Hard Candy was a bit embarrassing and now it seems she just won't give up and do something that is a bit more age appropriate. And you can call me ageist if you so desire. If the lyrics were at least decent that might help sell this, but they aren't at all and you can chalk that up to someone else writing them but at the end of the day we all know she had the final say on exactly what she puts out and she has missed the mark twice now on this album. And unfortunately she can't write Girl Gone Wild off as a "buzz single"like she did with GMAYL.

This era is quickly turning into her very own Bionic. If Bionic taught artists anything, it should be not to under estimate your audience/fans. You can't toss out crap with a good beat and just expect everyone to eat it up.
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 14:55


Quote: Originally posted by JNX  
Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
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Great mix! I like it :dancing:


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Quote: Originally posted by Lümmel  
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I really love it , it reminds me of Confessions stuff .
Well it's not a new sound i think but this is a catchy amazing Dance Song.


I like it more than Get togheter or Sorry




Yes, it sounds like a Confessions track, but I disagree -- I feel that Sorry and Get Together are superior.

Taking that one step further ... while the tracks on Hard Candy were pure garbage in my opinion, I *loved* the remixes for the singles that she released from the album so much that they made me LIKE the songs. Truly. So there's always hope, I think.
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 16:53


this is so much better than Give Me All Your Luvin...

also its "Girl Gone Wild" the title of the thread is wrong.. :P
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 17:55


Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
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Just heard this mix and it's REALLY good. Completely different vibe




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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 18:21


Dear deities we're already on the 2nd single??? :nod:

Didn't the first just get released less than 4 weeks ago.

Oh for the days when there was actually several months for a single to grow and find its place, get remixes (and perhaps round 2 remixes) and really be something to remember a period of time by.

Now its wham bam if you arent #1 in 2 weeks its over move on. :mad3: :mad2:
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 18:46


But without a stellar lead single, the album might tank. They realised that GMAYL was a bad single choice and moved on to the next one. Good call on their part.



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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 18:55


GWW wouldn't sound out of place on her "Confessions On A Dance Floor" album indeed, though if it was, it would be one of the lesser tracks on there. I'm hoping that there will be some great remixes of this though (havent heard the Justin Cognito remixes yet)...
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 19:52


Quote: Originally posted by DJCMH  
Dear deities we're already on the 2nd single??? :nod:

Didn't the first just get released less than 4 weeks ago.

Oh for the days when there was actually several months for a single to grow and find its place, get remixes (and perhaps round 2 remixes) and really be something to remember a period of time by.

Now its wham bam if you arent #1 in 2 weeks its over move on. :mad3: :mad2:


If they st on the single and let it drop week after week, everyone would complain that the label is mishandling her album in that way. I think it's smart they move on right away... A second remix package isn't going to save the song which isn't doing that great on radio at this point.

GGW... I love it already. Want to hear the original version though!




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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 20:01


Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
GGW... I love it already. Want to hear the original version though!

what version are you listening?
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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 20:51


The lyrics video on YouTube is the album version but without the spoken intro.



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[*] posted on 2/27/2012 at 20:52


I guess I should say the album version with the prayer in the beginning...

" She even has a prayer at the beginning of the song where she begs for forgiveness for being a "bad girl." Oh, Madonna, we much prefer you be a bad girl than try and clean up your image. Thank God for you being a complete whore.

"Oh, my God, I am heartily sorry for having offended Thee, and I detest all my sins, because I dread the loss of heaven, and the pains of hell. but most of all because I love Thee, And I want so badly to be good.""




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[*] posted on 2/28/2012 at 01:56


The song is catchy, it's Benny Benassi's sound, it's typical Madonna pop throw out there lyrics. I don't see a point in arguing about her lyrics because I'm sure there will be a balance between simple and complex as usual. I don't understand why the subject of lyrics even comes up in todays world of charting music. If she released something deep people would call her old and some may not even understand it because face it kids today like songs that repeat the same verse over and over. No matter what she puts out there will always be some kind of negative comment either from non-fans, unhappy fans, fans stuck in one of her old era's. She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.

Ps. If this was sung by Rihanna in the exact same arrangement nobody would complain about anything. JMO




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Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
The song is catchy, it's Benny Benassi's sound, it's typical Madonna pop throw out there lyrics. I don't see a point in arguing about her lyrics because I'm sure there will be a balance between simple and complex as usual. I don't understand why the subject of lyrics even comes up in todays world of charting music. If she released something deep people would call her old and some may not even understand it because face it kids today like songs that repeat the same verse over and over. No matter what she puts out there will always be some kind of negative comment either from non-fans, unhappy fans, fans stuck in one of her old era's. She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.

Ps. If this was sung by Rihanna in the exact same arrangement nobody would complain about anything. JMO


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She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.
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Quote: Originally posted by freshyesh  
Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.



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Quote: Originally posted by freshyesh  
Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.


I think he's saying that she caters to different audiences and has her entire career. She makes mindless fun pop music as she always has: "Into The Groove" "Music" "Hung Up" "Give It To Me" "Girls Gone Wild"... And she makes more mature pop records: "Like a Prayer" "Ray of Light" "American Life" "Nothing Fails" ect... She's doing what she has always done and she still pleases people some while rubbing others the wrong way. I'm a fan of both types of pop records that she puts out but I have to admit that I lean towards the mindless FUN records mores so... The ones you think are crap. I even LOVE "Revolver"




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[*] posted on 2/28/2012 at 12:28


I think Ray of Light and the Drowned World Tour are the biggest highlights of her career, but I've stopped expecting her to put out anything with as much artistic ambition ever again. Mostly because in hindsight, that part of her career looks more like a happy accident than something she would traditionally do. I'm fine with that. There are plenty of other artists and bands who full fill those needs for me. Instead I use Confessions as some sort of bar for what standard I expect from her.

I'm also curious as to how people can slam Girl Gone Wild for being poorly written, but hail Music as a classic? The latter is completely void of a melody as it's literally based around a single note being repeated for several minutes and its lyrics are downright bad. I'm not hating on it, but a little consistency wouldn't hurt.




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[*] posted on 2/28/2012 at 13:26


Apparently Gaydar Radio said they will have a Dave Aude remix of GGW within the next few days. Can anyone confirm if Dave did remix the song?




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Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
Quote: Originally posted by freshyesh  
Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.


I think he's saying that she caters to different audiences and has her entire career. She makes mindless fun pop music as she always has: "Into The Groove" "Music" "Hung Up" "Give It To Me" "Girls Gone Wild"... And she makes more mature pop records: "Like a Prayer" "Ray of Light" "American Life" "Nothing Fails" ect... She's doing what she has always done and she still pleases people some while rubbing others the wrong way. I'm a fan of both types of pop records that she puts out but I have to admit that I lean towards the mindless FUN records mores so... The ones you think are crap. I even LOVE "Revolver"


She does make fun pop and I enjoy the fun ones as much as the more serious ones. I just find GWW completely missing the mark, and that is really disappointing after GMAYL fell flat too. No one is going to remember her for GGW in 5 years, at least people can still recall songs like "Hung Up" and "Music". I don't think in 5 years you're going to be able to say "hey hum the chorus to GGW for me."

Well a stan might be able to *points above*

The Justin Cognito mix does help bring the vocals to life a bit where they fell flat on the original. But the lyrics are just cringeworthy. I think I'm getting into it and they she starts singing about 808's and I forget whether I'm listening to Madonna or Kesha.
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Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
... Instead I use Confessions as some sort of bar for what standard I expect from her...


I feel the same way.
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[*] posted on 2/28/2012 at 14:41


We might as well fast forward to the tour if we can't even get a release for "Give Me All Your Luvin' " and already looking forward to the the next song and its remixes .

Haphazard management seems to have followed her to the new home as well :/
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Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
Quote: Originally posted by freshyesh  
Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.


I think he's saying that she caters to different audiences and has her entire career. She makes mindless fun pop music as she always has: "Into The Groove" "Music" "Hung Up" "Give It To Me" "Girls Gone Wild"... And she makes more mature pop records: "Like a Prayer" "Ray of Light" "American Life" "Nothing Fails" ect... She's doing what she has always done and she still pleases people some while rubbing others the wrong way. I'm a fan of both types of pop records that she puts out but I have to admit that I lean towards the mindless FUN records mores so... The ones you think are crap. I even LOVE "Revolver"



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i read that there was a moto blanco mix for this track too, can anyone confirm/deny?



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Quote: Originally posted by djinvincible74  
Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
Quote: Originally posted by freshyesh  
Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.


I think he's saying that she caters to different audiences and has her entire career. She makes mindless fun pop music as she always has: "Into The Groove" "Music" "Hung Up" "Give It To Me" "Girls Gone Wild"... And she makes more mature pop records: "Like a Prayer" "Ray of Light" "American Life" "Nothing Fails" ect... She's doing what she has always done and she still pleases people some while rubbing others the wrong way. I'm a fan of both types of pop records that she puts out but I have to admit that I lean towards the mindless FUN records mores so... The ones you think are crap. I even LOVE "Revolver"



I, personally, loved "Revolver". I was shocked that the remix with Lil' Wayne didn't blow up at Top 40 radio.



I actually really enjoy Revolver as well, was a bit surprised at how poorly it did, but she released it way late into the Greatest Hits era. It's one of the only Madonna songs on my iPod at the moment. That and Miles Away which I think is her best single of the last 5-6 years. Also performed poorly I believe?
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i read that there was a moto blanco mix for this track too, can anyone confirm/deny?


You read this... where? Why not post the link! Otherwise how can we offer any input on whether it "seems legit" or not...




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I'm also curious as to how people can slam Girl Gone Wild for being poorly written, but hail Music as a classic? The latter is completely void of a melody as it's literally based around a single note being repeated for several minutes and its lyrics are downright bad. I'm not hating on it, but a little consistency wouldn't hurt.


That's an interesting point. I love "Music" and cannot stand "Girls Gone Wild". If I were to try to put into words the difference, I would say that yes, even though the groove on "Music" is based on a single note and its lyrics aren't anything to write home about, I'd say there's something there, whether it's the increasingly manic production, the quirky little blippy touches throughout, I don't know... there's some kind of passion, some kind of soul there. And it was a sound we hadn't heard before in mainstream pop music. Same with "I Love New York". The lyrics are inarguably silly, but the arrangement has some grit, some substance, some oomph to it that imbue the lyrics with more layers than they perhaps deserve.

It's splitting hairs and it comes down to personal taste really. I don't think there's a right or wrong answer, but that's how I would respond to your question. For me, "Girls Gone Wild" just doesn't say anything new and doesn't exhibit any passion in its lyrics, production, or spirit....




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Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.


The fans were very split on GMAYL so please don't insult our intelligence and please don't compare Madonna to an employee that after 25 years still works under somebody and has no ambition to move up. ;)

People are allowed to like whatever they want and do not need any justification. Lyrics are not always the most important part. Look at Daft Punk 'Around The World' or any instrumental track. Great melody and arrangement can easily top uninspired lyrics.




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Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
Quote: Originally posted by freshyesh  
Quote: Originally posted by RileyYork  
She's still making music and still touring, if you don't like it don't watch it and let her fan base enjoy it.


So what you're saying is that since she has proved in the past that she CAN make good music and she's built up a very strong fanbase, she is now allowed to turn out crap music because it no longer matters if it's good. The fans will just eat up whatever she decides to do. I don't think that's very fair to the fans or general consumer of music.

If after 25 years of working at my day job I just one day just started turning out crap product and went "well you know I've worked here 25 years, you'll take what I give you". I imagine that my boss would tell me to go f myself.


The fans were very split on GMAYL so please don't insult our intelligence and please don't compare Madonna to an employee that after 25 years still works under somebody and has no ambition to move up. ;)

People are allowed to like whatever they want and do not need any justification. Lyrics are not always the most important part. Look at Daft Punk 'Around The World' or any instrumental track. Great melody and arrangement can easily top uninspired lyrics.


If you read what I wrote, I was insulting Madonna overestimating her fanbase, who actually can make an informed decision if her music is good and worth buying.

And personally for my job I have no where to move up to. I work as a graphic and visual designer and I'll always have a boss as I work at a marketing company and have no desire to run it myself because I do not have marketing experience nor a desire to go back to college for such. I find it insulting to assume that I work as a peon :)
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i read that there was a moto blanco mix for this track too, can anyone confirm/deny?


You read this... where? Why not post the link! Otherwise how can we offer any input on whether it "seems legit" or not...


calm yourself.
i read it on a FB post that someone had heard a moto blanco mix. i asked about it but they havent responded.

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Rumor has it!! Dave Aude & Moto Blanco Remix is remixing!!!!!
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Rumor has it!! Dave Aude & Moto Blanco Remix is remixing!!!!!


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Quote: Originally posted by 1985  
Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
Quote: Originally posted by Nickig0781  
Rumor has it!! Dave Aude & Moto Blanco Remix is remixing!!!!!


I'm very skeptical, but it would be cool.


Big YES to Dave, big NO to Moto.


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Just heard the GGW (Happy HotDog) remix :dancing: I hope the Dave Aude GGW remix rumor is true



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Just heard the GGW (Happy HotDog) remix :dancing: I hope the Dave Aude GGW remix rumor is true


Aside from that particular bootleg, there are more that are now surfacing like these:

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Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
Quote: Originally posted by Nickig0781  
Rumor has it!! Dave Aude & Moto Blanco Remix is remixing!!!!!


I'm very skeptical, but it would be cool.


Big YES to Dave, big NO to Moto.


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That sucks!! Dave's production style fits the vibe of this song a whole lot better than the piano-disco Moto Blanco mixes.



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Don't get me wrong, I love Moto Blanco and want to hear what they do to the song... Just am bummed Dave Aude is a "No"



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No one's confirming or denying anything, I'm still very skeptical cause it doesn't make much sense, I think they're just saying whether they approve/disapprove of the idea.



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[*] posted on 3/1/2012 at 22:08


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[*] posted on 3/2/2012 at 08:25


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Don't get me wrong, I love Moto Blanco ...


I enjoy their work, too. I'm not sure where all the hate comes from.
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"Hate"??? No need to create unnecessary drama... As I clarified in the same post your quoted, I love Moto Blanco's work but I'm bummed that the Aude rumor isn't panning out since I personally think his style is better suited for this kind of song.



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Attitude Magazine in the UK have published their review of MDNA!! Very Happy
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THE VERY FIRST EVER MDNA REVIEW

Madonna: MDNA (Interscope)
Review by Matthew Todd, Attitude Magazine April 2012

There¹s a fun moment at the end of the video to the first single Give Me All Your Luvin’, when Madonna flings a baby doll off camera and away from her breast. It isn’t a subtle marker of starting anew with her loyal audience of gays and good-time girls, but it is comically satisfying nonetheless. Party Madonna is back and she wants us to know it.

Teaming up with producers Martin Solveig, Benny Benassi, The Demolition Crew and old hand William Orbit, MDNA is a dose of what she does best. While that may seem like just dance music, there is more to Madonna’s oeuvre than that.
Girls Gone Wild, the biggest pop stomper on the album, kicks off with a reference to Act of Contrition from Like a Prayer. The production might sound like she¹s been listening to a fair bit of Rihanna, but who’s counting. Madonna brings her own authority, creating the kind of anthemic party song that she does best, the kind where everyone from your three-year-old niece to your 60-year-old mother gets up on the dancefloor. Much of MDNA is about having fun, but despite that, this is a dark album. If Like a Prayer was her divorce record and Hard Candy suffered, one senses, from being put together as her relationship with Guy Ritchie was falling apart, then MDNA is a fu__k you ­ to her marriage, the life that came with it, and partly to herself for losing her identity in a partnership. She’s out to recapture who she is, and she has demons to slay.
The strangely titled Gang Bang sees her singing in a weird theatrical drawl about taking revenge on a lover who ruined her life. ‘Shot you dead, shot my lover in the head…I’m going straight to hell…I’ve got a lot of friends there’, she deadpans before yelling, ‘Drive bitch, die bitch!’. It’s kind of stupid, kind of amazing, kind of funny and kind of fu__ked up ­ but gives the album one vital ingredient to Madonna¹s success that all contenders, apart from Lady Gaga, have never clued up on: drama.

The Solveig-produced I Don¹t Give A..., is one of the album¹s tour-de-force moments. Beginning by recounting a typical day, it becomes intensely honest, and is, as is her way, a telling-off of her critics. Love her or loathe her, Madonna has made her name by raising a middle finger to, well, just about everyone. ‘Wake up, this is your life, children on your own, gotta plan on the phone, meet the press, buy a dress, do all this to impress…do ten things at once and if you don¹t like it I don¹t give a….’ It’s here that she makes specific reference to her ex-husband. ‘I tried to be the perfect wife…I diminished myself…it swallowed me…if I was a failure then I don’t give a…’. The track builds to a genius, choral, almost Tim Burton-esque conclusion.
This strongest, most immediate section of MDNA continues with Turn Up the Radio, which begins like a delicate ballad as she pleads with the listener to stop for a moment, to get away from the world through music. It may sound trite but there¹s urgency in its simplicity. It transforms into the album’s most pounding moment, reaching a climax that threatens to blow the speakers. Some might find it unusually generic, but she makes it her own and fans will be happy to have a dancefloor filler that will shake the clubs and would happily find a slot on the next series of Glee.
One of the later highlights is Superstar, surely the sweetest song Madonna has released since Cherish. It twirls along, an open-top summer anthem, serenading a new lover with a hypnotic chorus. It¹s simple and pretty and a perfect song to sing on her summer concerts ­ and should definitely be a single.
MDNA ends, as recent Madonna albums do, with deep melancholia, from the Orbit-produced Falling Free, one of the saddest songs she’s ever written, through to the confessional I fu__ked Up on the Deluxe Edition, accompanied by Beautiful Killer, a fun, 80s-sounding, strings-laced tribute to French actor Alain Delon.
Overall, this might not have the serious pop intensity of Confessions, it’s not as drastically new or experimental as music critics might like, but it’s fun, fu__ked up, dancey and full of drama. It’s what her fans have been waiting for: a wallop enough of an album to put her back up there, at checkmate against Lady Gaga, who, despite her brilliance, doesn’t quite give you songs that are as easy to disco dance to as some of these are. Is Madonna still ‘the Queen’ as Nicki Minaj gabs at one point? On the strength of MDNA, it’s hard to argue against.
[Note to Monsters: Lady Gaga is frikkin’ amazing, too. Don¹t kill us.]
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I'm so Xcited for MDNA! I bought VIP tickets to Miami!

Single is on iTunes, now!!!!




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Why does she keep releasing singles on Fridays?? Giving it only a few days of sales to chart on billboard??



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Why does she keep releasing singles on Fridays?? Giving it only a few days of sales to chart on billboard??


i know.....ugh




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Labels care about maximizing sales. Single sales are often higher on weekends because that's when people hear the song while out. The only purpose behind a release on Monday or Tuesday would be to maximize a debut peak position, but that's only good for stan bragging rights which the label couldn't care less about.

A song that peaks the week of release is hardly better than a song that peaked 10 weeks after release. The latter shows longevity and, more importantly to the labels, greater success.
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Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
"Hate"??? No need to create unnecessary drama... As I clarified in the same post your quoted, I love Moto Blanco's work but I'm bummed that the Aude rumor isn't panning out since I personally think his style is better suited for this kind of song.


I wasn't creating "drama", which, I might add, seems to be the default label thrown around when users on this board share an opinion. All I was doing was supporting your like of MB, and to that end, I added an observation from other members of this forum, whence MB isn't exactly praised. No offence intended whatsoever.
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Relative to the Audé / Moto Blanco rumors... I say bring them both on if possible.
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I wasn't creating "drama", which, I might add, seems to be the default label thrown around when users on this board share an opinion.

quoted for truth. Not directed at Taj or anyone in particular, but the whole mentality of "everyone who doesn't agree with me is a troll" is part of the reason why this board probably doesn't get as much activity as it could. The environment is far from welcoming for open discussion.
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Quote: Originally posted by KPasa  
Relative to the Audé / Moto Blanco rumors... I say bring them both on if possible.
Quote: Originally posted by RedGalaxy  
I wasn't creating "drama", which, I might add, seems to be the default label thrown around when users on this board share an opinion.

quoted for truth. Not directed at Taj or anyone in particular, but the whole mentality of "everyone who doesn't agree with me is a troll" is part of the reason why this board probably doesn't get as much activity as it could. The environment is far from welcoming for open discussion.


I'll +1 this as well. Many make it hard to share opinions here.
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Why does she keep releasing singles on Fridays?? Giving it only a few days of sales to chart on billboard??


The Single is released on Friday in USA, Canada, Mexico...

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A small sampling of the tracks I'm dropping tonight for Monday Night Social at Playhouse my new remix of "Charlie Brown" and my brand spankin' new Madonna remix. Yeah, I said Madonna.


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A small sampling of the tracks I'm dropping tonight for Monday Night Social at Playhouse my new remix of "Charlie Brown" and my brand spankin' new Madonna remix. Yeah, I said Madonna.


Here's the confirmation we were looking for :)


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A small sampling of the tracks I'm dropping tonight for Monday Night Social at Playhouse my new remix of "Charlie Brown" and my brand spankin' new Madonna remix. Yeah, I said Madonna.


Here's the confirmation we were looking for :)


I'm not excited to hear his remix of this. Don't get me wrong, Dave has always put forth top quality remixes, but they all streamline into one typical sound IMO. His take on this will sound just like any of his other remixes.

What would be smart is for the label to get someone off the "typical" remix cuff to do this song. That would grab my attention. Sadly label A&R people don't know how to think outside of the box anymore when it comes to remix packages.




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I'm not excited to hear his remix of this. Don't get me wrong, Dave has always put forth top quality remixes, but they all streamline into one typical sound IMO. His take on this will sound just like any of his other remixes.

What would be smart is for the label to get someone off the "typical" remix cuff to do this song. That would grab my attention. Sadly label A&R people don't know how to think outside of the box anymore when it comes to remix packages.


Funny, the biggest complaint about the GMAYL pack is that it wasn't mainstream enough... "where are the vocals??" etc

Then Aude on GGW "think outside the box!!"

The A&R's really can't win :P

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I'm not excited to hear his remix of this. Don't get me wrong, Dave has always put forth top quality remixes, but they all streamline into one typical sound IMO. His take on this will sound just like any of his other remixes.

What would be smart is for the label to get someone off the "typical" remix cuff to do this song. That would grab my attention. Sadly label A&R people don't know how to think outside of the box anymore when it comes to remix packages.


Funny, the biggest complaint about the GMAYL pack is that it wasn't mainstream enough... "where are the vocals??" etc

Then Aude on GGW "think outside the box!!"

The A&R's really can't win :P


I like a little variety and expriments, but noisy mixes with barely any vocals and lots of random electro breaks are just not my thing. I do like Dave's work most of the time (I think he is one of the more consistent remixers), but he is a safe choice, IMO. Ralphi too.

I think Danny Verde would have been a good choice for this one. I have been loving his recent mixes for Lady Gaga and Neon Hitch.

I like the Justin Cognito mix so far. I must ask though, who is he? Is he totally new or is this just an alias for someone more well known? Either way, I'm curious.




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Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
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I'm not excited to hear his remix of this. Don't get me wrong, Dave has always put forth top quality remixes, but they all streamline into one typical sound IMO. His take on this will sound just like any of his other remixes.

What would be smart is for the label to get someone off the "typical" remix cuff to do this song. That would grab my attention. Sadly label A&R people don't know how to think outside of the box anymore when it comes to remix packages.


Funny, the biggest complaint about the GMAYL pack is that it wasn't mainstream enough... "where are the vocals??" etc

Then Aude on GGW "think outside the box!!"

The A&R's really can't win :P


U are absolutley right Bert, however - I agree with Eddie here. There are mainstream choices that are not that predictable. I don't agree with Eddie's choices though :)

How about a Fred Falke mix, or Max Graham, or Kaskade, Avicii even? All mainstream, all do full vocal productions, not predictable.

Also, on a side note, not digging this song AT ALL. I really liked GAYL but this one... I don't know if any remix will save it for me.




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I'm not excited to hear his remix of this. Don't get me wrong, Dave has always put forth top quality remixes, but they all streamline into one typical sound IMO. His take on this will sound just like any of his other remixes.

What would be smart is for the label to get someone off the "typical" remix cuff to do this song. That would grab my attention. Sadly label A&R people don't know how to think outside of the box anymore when it comes to remix packages.



Well, with the exceptions of LMFAO and Laidback Luke, I think the remixes for "Give Me All Your Luvin'" were all off the beaten track but on the flip side, many of the fans didn't care for them so it seems that there's a fine line to walk with familiarity and a fresh sound.





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I think Danny Verde would have been a good choice for this one. I have been loving his recent mixes for Lady Gaga and Neon Hitch.

I like the Justin Cognito mix so far. I must ask though, who is he? Is he totally new or is this just an alias for someone more well known? Either way, I'm curious.[/font]


Disagree with Danny Verde, I mean he's usually very good at what he does, but I don't really think that's a "fresh" sound.

Dave Aude is capable of doing "fresh" things, when he's motivated. Hoping Madonna will bring that out in him- Coldplay sure did!

Justin Cognito is obviously a disguise, my best guess is that Alle and Benny did that, but this is still a guess.





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Quote: Originally posted by Eddie  
I think Danny Verde would have been a good choice for this one. I have been loving his recent mixes for Lady Gaga and Neon Hitch.

I like the Justin Cognito mix so far. I must ask though, who is he? Is he totally new or is this just an alias for someone more well known? Either way, I'm curious.[/font]


Disagree with Danny Verde, I mean he's usually very good at what he does, but I don't really think that's a "fresh" sound.

Dave Aude is capable of doing "fresh" things, when he's motivated. Hoping Madonna will bring that out in him- Coldplay sure did!

Justin Cognito is obviously a disguise, my best guess is that Alle and Benny did that, but this is still a guess.



I think it's Alle and Benny. It is so similiar to the album version.....




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I'm Addicted sounds pretty cool. Those who love Impressive Instant and Nobody Knows Me will love this. The melody is just as awkward as in Kylie's Butterfly though.



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I'm Addicted sounds pretty cool. Those who love Impressive Instant and Nobody Knows Me will love this. The melody is just as awkward as in Kylie's Butterfly though.


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"Girl Gone Wild" is #53 on iTunes!? YIKES!!! What is going on?



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This is what I think is going on... It's kinda cool to "not like" Madonna these days. She gets a lot of flack for being too "old" to do the music that she does, dress the way she does, dance the way she does, ect... It's a totally agist industry. Meanwhile she danced harder on her last tour than Britney did on hers and looked great doing it. (The new choreography to her "Vogue" x's "4 Minutes" mashup last time around was my favorite dance routine she had done in a long time) Plus there's also the whole Madonna vs Gaga rivalry going on where some people think they have to choose one or another. Anyhow, I don't care what the masses think... I've been following her through out her career and love her just as much today as I did back when. She is always consistent as far as I'm concerned and I will continue to fork out the big bucks to see her in concert. And if others choose not appreciate her now... Their loss. This brings to mind a comment Lauryn Hill made when Whitney Houston passed a few weeks back...

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Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
This is what I think is going on... It's kinda cool to "not like" Madonna these days. She gets a lot of flack for being too "old" to do the music that she does, dress the way she does, dance the way she does, ect... It's a totally agist industry. Meanwhile she danced harder on her last tour than Britney did on hers and looked great doing it. (The new choreography to her "Vogue" x's "4 Minutes" mashup last time around was my favorite dance routine she had done in a long time) Plus there's also the whole Madonna vs Gaga rivalry going on where some people think they have to choose one or another. Anyhow, I don't care what the masses think... I've been following her through out her career and love her just as much today as I did back when. She is always consistent as far as I'm concerned and I will continue to fork out the big bucks to see her in concert. And if others choose not appreciate her now... Their loss. This brings to mind a comment Lauryn Hill made when Whitney Houston passed a few weeks back...

“Aren’t you tired of losing our people? I am. Love your artists. When they falter, hold them accountable. But love them. People are now showing Whitney Houston the love and respect she should have received throughout her career — through all of it.”


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This is what I think is going on... It's kinda cool to "not like" Madonna these days. She gets a lot of flack for being too "old" to do the music that she does, dress the way she does, dance the way she does, ect... It's a totally agist industry. Meanwhile she danced harder on her last tour than Britney did on hers and looked great doing it. (The new choreography to her "Vogue" x's "4 Minutes" mashup last time around was my favorite dance routine she had done in a long time) Plus there's also the whole Madonna vs Gaga rivalry going on where some people think they have to choose one or another. Anyhow, I don't care what the masses think... I've been following her through out her career and love her just as much today as I did back when. She is always consistent as far as I'm concerned and I will continue to fork out the big bucks to see her in concert. And if others choose not appreciate her now... Their loss. This brings to mind a comment Lauryn Hill made when Whitney Houston passed a few weeks back...

“Aren’t you tired of losing our people? I am. Love your artists. When they falter, hold them accountable. But love them. People are now showing Whitney Houston the love and respect she should have received throughout her career — through all of it.”


I agree with you and as a longtime Madonna fan since 1984 People have always been nasty towards her so nothings really changed, they used to call her a whore now they call her old or that she is over. One of the things I really admire about her is she has been made the villain and been called every name in the book yet she has never had a public meltdown and we have never heard of her having any drug or alcohol issues. In my opinion she is an amazing lady with amazing talents and I am so happy that she is still out there doing her thing and still kicking ass doing it. Either way loathe her or love her she is still being talked about regardless. Now where the hell is the Dave Aude remix of GGW, dying to hear it!!




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"Girl Gone Wild" is #53 on iTunes!? YIKES!!! What is going on?


Have you seen any promotion for it ? I'm shocked it even made it to the top 40 considering her and guy oseary think that album and singles will do well based on her name alone.




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Hmm the Dave Aude rumor is true look at his new remix discography page! Can't Wait hope it gets released & not like his previous Madonna remixes
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The Dave Aude edit remix of GGW has premiered on the radio in the UK :dancing:



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The Dave Aude Mix is AMAZING! Love it!



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[*] posted on 3/8/2012 at 15:22


I think it's great. And I love the original production by Benassi too. Don't like the latest album preview of Gang Bang at all though. But I bet you love that one. That's the thing about taste. Different people, different strokes ;)



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[*] posted on 3/8/2012 at 15:32


I really like Love Spent, but the vocals are just as robotic as in all of the other tracks we've heard so far (except Masterpiece). So I'm really hoping that the recently confirmed acoustic version will be a different take. That would be so nice, since the song itself is pretty good.



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[*] posted on 3/8/2012 at 15:41


Yes, it really does! Sounds much better as a breakdown than an intro!

Falling Free is the song I look forward to the most from MDNA though. It sounds like it's gonna be something that could've been on Ray of Light, so that makes me happy. There seems to be something for everyone on this album though.




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[*] posted on 3/8/2012 at 16:24


Different Dave Aude remix.(translated: Wow. Uhmm no comment) worst Aude mix ever just kinda all over the place!
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The Dave Aude Mix is AMAZING! Love it!


We must be listening to something different.

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is just meh.



Ok so after a few listens my reaction was a bit premature to call it amazing but I do love it. I Like what he's done to verses but the chorus parts could be better, i LOVE the spoken intro in the middle with the beats that follow. It was not what I expected his remix to sound like though.




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Different Dave Aude remix.(translated: Wow. Uhmm no comment) worst Aude mix ever just kinda all over the place!

+1 It's pains to say that, but I think it couldnt get any worse/more fail. I hope it's an early April fools joke or he gets to do a different mix or most probably they'll have the same fate as his Music/Don't Tell Me mixes.
I can't help but say WHY? :(

Things like that are what make me/us dissapointed from music, not only the place is filled with overpromoted below mediocre artists/music but even the ones you have super high hopes on, they dissapoint you. I don't know what happens but it should better stop immediatelly, it fears me that we are about to reach a no turning back point in quality standars.
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But his DTM was really good.



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But his DTM was really good.


agree.

I think GGW Dave Aude Mix is real good, but i hope Grum will Mix it too
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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 05:37


She looks great, but it seems we're getting another low budget video... again :( I absolutely loved the one for GMAYL, so this is a bit disappointing. One big video per albums seems a bit cheap. I'm hoping there's more variety in the full video.



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This is the first Dave Aude Remix that I've liked in the last year. His mixes were getting repetitive and bland but this remix really cranks up the energy of the track and offers a new sound from Aude. I loved the Electro feel to it without it being overly noisy like many Electro mixes these days. I'm instantly hooked!





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She looks great, but it seems we're getting another low budget video... again :( I absolutely loved the one for GMAYL, so this is a bit disappointing. One big video per albums seems a bit cheap. I'm hoping there's more variety in the full video.


I expected a "low buget look." The directors have never done a video. She filmed it in one day. She was only in L.A. for her Oscar party. One day Madonna videos ie "Jump", and "Celebration"!

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But, this kind of looks like the SEX book 2012!

It definitely looks like a remake of her "Erotica" video/SEX book ad. Let's hope that the new video won't feature her hitchiking wearing nothing but a pair of high heels and a cigarette in her mouth. :P
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She looks great, but it seems we're getting another low budget video... again :( I absolutely loved the one for GMAYL, so this is a bit disappointing. One big video per albums seems a bit cheap. I'm hoping there's more variety in the full video.


I expected a "low buget look." The directors have never done a video. She filmed it in one day. She was only in L.A. for her Oscar party. One day Madonna videos ie "Jump", and "Celebration"!

But, this kind of looks like the SEX book 2012!



Big Videos does not always make sales Big.
Look at Gaga's Videos, i think they are all expensive and the last 3 Singles are not "real" Chartburners even with great Videos
Good Music is not always on Top of the Charts ..so what

Look at We found Love by Rihanna, it's a great Video too but it is more down to earth and that is what people really like.
and i really love it.

So let's wait what comes out at the end of the day and i really
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So any indication of commercial release date for the mixes???

ETA : Absolutely love this snippet of the Aude mix....its very very addictive and I love the energy level in the mix.
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One day Madonna videos ie "Jump", and "Celebration"!!


But a lot of nice videos have been done in one day too. That being said, this one doesn't look as bad as Give It 2 Me.

But I do wonder if she's trying to be controversial by having two men kiss and be all over each other in her video though. If that's the case, someone should try and bring her up to date, because it isn't shocking at all! Then again, it could simply be eye candy for her gay fans. Faghag gone wild? :P

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Quote: Originally posted by DJW  
But, this kind of looks like the SEX book 2012!

It definitely looks like a remake of her "Erotica" video/SEX book ad. Let's hope that the new video won't feature her hitchiking wearing nothing but a pair of high heels and a cigarette in her mouth. :P


She already referenced that scene ten years ago though. ;)




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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 14:26


Who cares about Edge of Glory? It's got nothing to do with Madonna so there really was no reason for you to even bring it up.

No one said she couldn't reference her previous work either. If anything, it seems to me that you are the one trying to create some drama here. :/




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Um... Are you guys watching what I'm watching?? This video looks like PURE FIRE!!!! Much better than GMAYL!! And eons better than Celebration, Jump!!! This is the Madonna I've missed for a long time. It's a bit of her SEX book, mixed with her flawless Interview Magazine photoshoot with a bit of "Erotica" and "Human Nature"!! I've been waiting for divorced Madonna to put something out like this for a loooong time!!



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I like it, but it is in no way better or anywhere near as good as the one for GMAYL, imo. That one was her best since the original one for American Life.



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Wait, what? It's such a remix friendly track. Why would you not keep most or all of the vocals?



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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 15:00


how about let's see the final product before we dissect and disrespect ... my lord, you kids and your snark these days ...
From the seconds I gathered - it looks like a fabulous flash back to all things Dita ... can't wait for the real deal
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LOL ... for some reason, I love that bit where she exhales the cigarette smoke.
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Quote: Originally posted by Nickig0781  
Different Dave Aude remix.(translated: Wow. Uhmm no comment) worst Aude mix ever just kinda all over the place!

+1 It's pains to say that, but I think it couldnt get any worse/more fail. I hope it's an early April fools joke or he gets to do a different mix or most probably they'll have the same fate as his Music/Don't Tell Me mixes.
I can't help but say WHY? :(

Things like that are what make me/us dissapointed from music, not only the place is filled with overpromoted below mediocre artists/music but even the ones you have super high hopes on, they dissapoint you. I don't know what happens but it should better stop immediatelly, it fears me that we are about to reach a no turning back point in quality standars.



+2 on this! I have to agree that this is NOT a good Aude remix. Last week I do remember saying I wasn't overly excited to hear what he would do with this, and today's preview confirms just that!

It's just bad mixing over all here! It's all over the place and has no fluidity whatsoever. Her voice get's buried by many of the instruments and elements he chose to use. Much too busy with no room to breathe. I applaud him for trying something off the wall, but it failed in my books.

Why the A&R team would release this is beyond me, but i'm thinking it has nothing to do with quality just as Klimis outlined above. We are reaching that point where they release something just because of a name and the quality get's slashed. That's not a music industry worth fighting for, yet the labels are the first to cry for help though they are doing the real damage THEMSELVES!

Why of all people Madonna would allow this is INSANE! She once had total control over ALL of the music that was associated to her name and it made sense when you heard it. This remix does not embody what a Madonna remix should sound like. It should be something that translates to multiple dance floors, not just some trashy noise to fill the gap and gain extra iTunes sales.

The Justin Cognito remix does it quite nicely for me, so I'll be sticking to that one for my iPod :)

[p.s....the video looks hot so far! i do look forward to seeing that in it's entirety]

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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 15:06


Quote: Originally posted by 1985  
Oh and Bert, what did you think of Audes mix of GGW? You haven't commented. :)


I like parts of it more than others, I agree it's kind of all over but I don't hate it.

It's already approved btw.




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Who cares about Edge of Glory? It's got nothing to do with Madonna so there really was no reason for you to even bring it up.

No one said she couldn't reference her previous work either. If anything, it seems to me that you are the one trying to create some drama here. :/


No, you are negative nelly. How'd I know I'd come in here today and there would be complaints about, surprise surprise: Madonna? From her fans, from you?

My point of Egde was that it was cheap as hell and she is supposedly hot and current.

Again, Cherish video. cheap as hell, shot in one day by a fashion photographer. Bad video? exactly.

My lord.

Drama, drama, drama. Complain, complain, complain.


I'm not being negative. In fact, it seems I'm one of the few people who seems to be in love with the Dave Aude remix. I also said that she looked good in the video teaser. Just because I don't praise every little thing she does and think it's the best thing since sliced bread doesn't mean I'm being negative. It's just childish to think that you either have to be positive about everything or you're a "negative nelly".

DJW wasn't being negative either, for that matter. Sorry, but you're the one bringing the drama by assuming that anyone being critical of anything Madonna related is a "little monster". You're the one bringing the drama and turning a molehill into a mountain.




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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 16:37


It's not my favourite, but I don't dislike it either. Oh Father on the other hand, now that's an amazing video!



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It seems to me that Madonna is doing a lot of what most of us do when we get to a certain age...reminiscing the past. She has been referencing her past in lyrics, why not do the same in a music video. I see references to "Justify My Love", "Erotica" and "Bad Girl" in the snippet. I think it's a fun way to reminisce, especially when she has such a catalog of themes to go back on, that also fit GGW. And, since she is looking to have fun, why should a music video need to be expensive? Fun should not have to come at a price.

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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 17:55


Aren't the male models vogueing in it too? :)

Speaking of which, they're some of the most requested male models in the biz so she's either got some great connections or they actually spent all the money on them instead of the actual video (that's not to say it isn't good, as money doesn't necessarily have anything to do with how good a video is or not) :P




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Lucky Date on the remix too.



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[*] posted on 3/9/2012 at 22:04


The remixes:

Dave Aude' Club Remix 8:07
Dave Aude' Dub 6:54
Kim Fai Club Remix 6:34
Lucky Date Club Remix 5:06
Offer Nissim Club Remix 6:50

I'm sure most of you will stick with the Justin Cognito Mix...
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Quote: Originally posted by JNX  
The remixes:

Dave Aude' Club Remix 8:07
Dave Aude' Dub 6:54
Kim Fai Club Remix 6:34
Lucky Date Club Remix 5:06
Offer Nissim Club Remix 6:50

I'm sure most of you will stick with the Justin Cognito Mix...



Now this is one seriously sucky remix package :nod:

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Don't worry guys, this is just part 1!

Also, hmm, I wonder.... could it be?

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[*] posted on 3/10/2012 at 01:22


Digitally delivered...

Dave Aude Remix 8:07
Dave Aude Remix - Dub 6:54
Dave Aude Remix - Mixshow 5:55
Dave Aude Remix - Radio 4:17
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Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
Digitally delivered...

Dave Aude Club Remix 8:07
Dave Aude Dub 6:54
Dave Aude Mixshow 5:55
Dave Aude Radio 4:17
Kim Fai Club Remix 6:34
Lucky Date Club Remix 5:06
Offer Nissim Club Remix 6:50


Offer Nissim remixed it ????

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[*] posted on 3/10/2012 at 11:21


Aude's mix is not bad but is too noisy in some parts, the verses on Madge mix reminds me a lot to his mix for ONO " Talking to the Universe". The rest are pure crap.
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His and Lucky Date's are growing on me a lot, actually.



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[*] posted on 3/10/2012 at 12:40


Well my mind has currently changed the Dave Aude remix is great! Then Lucky Date then Offer Nissim!
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Offer's mix is quite good too, but it doesn't beat Aude's for me. The Lucky Date mix is ok, I guess. Really like the production, but not too keen on the arrangement. The Kim Fai remix is just bad. You can tell he didn't care for the song.



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Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
Don't worry guys, this is just part 1!

Also, hmm, I wonder.... could it be?

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[*] posted on 3/10/2012 at 17:20


The remixes for this single are WAY BETTER than the mixes of Gimme Are Your Luvin! I actually love Offer's take on the song! Love how he infused the song with the dramatic middle eastern male vocals! Very creative!! And I like the Aude mix a lot too. So that makes 3 mixes I really enjoy if I include the Justin Cognito mix. As for R3hab... ( Their/his/her???) mixes are very hit & miss these days. Actually more of a miss lately so not excited about a forthcoming "chainsawing".



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Quote: Originally posted by bertrand  
Digitally delivered...

Dave Aude Remix - Mixshow 5:55
Lucky Date Remix 5:06


Torn between these two.:)
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[*] posted on 3/10/2012 at 17:54


Well color me shocked! I was convinced no remix could make me play this dreckitude of a song, but Aude's mix is freaking fantastic. I'm sure I'll get sick of it sooner than later, but I'll at least get a couple spins out of it first.

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Quote: Originally posted by 1985  
Quote: Originally posted by DJme  
Well color me shocked! I was convinced no remix could make me play this dreckitude of a song, but Aude's mix is freaking fantastic. I'm sure I'll get sick of it sooner than later, but I'll at least get a couple spins out of it first.

Kudos, Dave!


You don't like the original? It's classic Madonna.


Classic Madonna is Like a prayer, Into the groove, Frozen. This is none of those :P




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I agree about this being "classic" Madonna... From what I can hear of "Turn Up The Radio," that song is too!



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[*] posted on 3/10/2012 at 19:08


These mixes are a step up from GMAYL but still not amazing.
Aude is ok a bit harsh in some parts but some parts are good.
Offer Nissim is good, considering I'm usually not a fan. I don't like that the vocals are kinda allover the place but the production is good.
The other two, meh. Not cute.

Where is this Moto Blanco mix, I'm so sick of her bang bang bang little vocal and two notes looped over and over little vocal more bang bang bang.




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I agree about this being "classic" Madonna... From what I can hear of "Turn Up The Radio," that song is too!


Which is funny since she didn't write either of them. :P

I think people abuse the words classic and iconic these days, especially when they mean that something is typical.

Based on what we've heard so far, I think MDNA is more Britney than Madonna, ie she's hired a bunch of talented people to write a hit album for her and recorded some dodgy vocals that were eventually perfected with auto-tune and vocoders.

The end result is what matters the most though, and just like with Britney's more recent albums this seems to be well crafted pop music with a little bit of edge, even if it's a little on the mechanical side.




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nice mash! :party: which instrumental you used?
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Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
Quote: Originally posted by Taj  
I agree about this being "classic" Madonna... From what I can hear of "Turn Up The Radio," that song is too!


Which is funny since she didn't write either of them. :P

I think people abuse the words classic and iconic these days, especially when they mean that something is typical.

Based on what we've heard so far, I think MDNA is more Britney than Madonna, ie she's hired a bunch of talented people to write a hit album for her and recorded some dodgy vocals that were eventually perfected with auto-tune and vocoders.

The end result is what matters the most though, and just like with Britney's more recent albums this seems to be well crafted pop music with a little bit of edge, even if it's a little on the mechanical side.


:lol:

She didn't write like a virgin or material girl, either, but im fairly certain those are considered classics :)

And the previews/songs we have heard so far from MDNA sound NOTHING like Britney Spears. LOL! Were you serious with that comment? I liked Femme Fatale, but MDNA is totally different, from what I have heard.

And, uh, as always, Madonna is a co-writer of most, if not all the songs on the new album. Even if it's one word here or there, she still co-wrote it, so again, not britney.

And yes, to ME, GGW is classic madonna. The melody, primarily.


Yes, I was being serious. And really, are you gonna compare Girl Gone Wild to Like a Virgin? It's not the same thing. You know that as well as I do.

I compared it to Femme Fatale in the way it's been put together, not what it sounds like. Obviously. The difference is that Britney isn't as sneaky. She doesn't claim writing credits for music she hasn't written, like Madonna has been doing lately.

My point was that it seems like we'll be getting a well crafted pop album, despite her lack of input. She's got a better ear for what's hot this time around compared to Hard Candy.




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Quote: Originally posted by desenchanntee  

nice mash! :party: which instrumental you used?


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My 2 cents....Dave Aude TURNED IT OUT!!!!!



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Quote: Originally posted by DJW  
My 2 cents....Dave Aude TURNED IT OUT!!!!!


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This mix is just wonderful...absolutely perfect bigroom club monster. Tons of energy....hooky lyrics....completely fun blow-off-steam-after-long-week-at-work track.
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Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
Based on what we've heard so far, I think MDNA is more Britney than Madonna, ie she's hired a bunch of talented people to write a hit album for her and recorded some dodgy vocals that were eventually perfected with auto-tune and vocoders.

The end result is what matters the most though, and just like with Britney's more recent albums this seems to be well crafted pop music with a little bit of edge, even if it's a little on the mechanical side.

If this is how MDNA will turn out (mind you I have only heard four full tracks from it so far) then I will be kind of disappointed, since after her last couple of offerings with Warners (Hard Candy and that travesty of a greatest hits album) I was hoping that she would have some more inspiration and involvement this time around now that she's on a new label and not just try to chase after hits. I know that Madonna can do better than just copy what's Britney's doing. At least with the US pop climate has gotten somewhat more accommodating to dance music since Hard Candy came out, so she's more in her element this time around.

That said, I do hope the William Orbit produced stuff does turn out well; that snippet of "Love Spent" sounds really promising.

And BTW I've listened to the Dave Aude remix of GGW a few times and it makes me think of Madge pumping her fist with the cast of Jersey Shore. Nuff said.:P
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But I think that unlike with Hard Candy, she's really picked the right people to work with this time, regardless of her lack of input. I'm sure she's written some of the stuff on the album, but whatever has been written for her by others seems to have been true to her persona (which Hard Candy certainly wasn't).

In related news it seems that Interscope are going to promote the deluxe edition as the main version of the album, like Warner's did with the Celebration 2-CD set.




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aside from the Cognito mix, i'm not feeling any of these mixes. When did dance remixes mean, "lets make a whole bunch of noise that you can jump up and down to but not dance to?"
i thought the Aude mix was too loud and crunchy and i didnt understand why the "hey yay yayyy" parts were overshadowed by that loud horn/factory machine noise. i keep trying to like it but its just not doing it for me. it reminds me of the Die Another Day Thunderpuss mix, which worked AMAZINGLY WELL, but this one falls flat.

i miss straightforward dance remixes. the Lucky Date remix starts off ok and then BOOM, its gets to this loud and crazy, fist-pumping (not in a good way) noisy wreck.

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I thought the Thunderpuss Mix of Die Another Day was boring as hell. The original album version was already lacking in the melody department, and they decided to strip it of what little it actually had! Probably my least favourite Thunderpuss production. The other remixes were all incredible though, imo.

I don't think you're in a minority about the Dave Aude mix of GGW though. It seems that people either love it or hate it. :)




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but whatever has been written for her by others seems to have been true to her persona (which Hard Candy certainly wasn't).


What are you saying? Her sugar isn't raw? :lol:
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Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
I thought the Thunderpuss Mix of Die Another Day was boring as hell. The original album version was already lacking in the melody department, and they decided to strip it of what little it actually had! Probably my least favourite Thunderpuss production. The other remixes were all incredible though, imo.

I don't think you're in a minority about the Dave Aude mix of GGW though. It seems that people either love it or hate it. :)


i just always loved that crunch of the mix and the hardness of it. and the drum section towards the end. i definitely can see how others don't care for it. its very experimental and not of the norm. for some reason it stuck with me.

its not the best comparison for the Aude GGW mix but it was the first one that came to mind...that gritty production (which i usually dont mind) but this time, i'm just not feeling it.

maybe loud in the club it will be amazing but here at home, not feeling it.




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aside from the Cognito mix, i'm not feeling any of these mixes. When did dance remixes mean, "lets make a whole bunch of noise that you can jump up and down to but not dance to?"
i thought the Aude mix was too loud and crunchy and i didnt understand why the "hey yay yayyy" parts were overshadowed by that loud horn/factory machine noise. i keep trying to like it but its just not doing it for me. it reminds me of the Die Another Day Thunderpuss mix, which worked AMAZINGLY WELL, but this one falls flat.

i miss straightforward dance remixes. the Lucky Date remix starts off ok and then BOOM, its gets to this loud and crazy, fist-pumping (not in a good way) noisy wreck.

i know im in the minority, so dont crucify me, just voicing my opinions.


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Quote: Originally posted by hyperballad627  
aside from the Cognito mix, i'm not feeling any of these mixes. When did dance remixes mean, "lets make a whole bunch of noise that you can jump up and down to but not dance to?"
i thought the Aude mix was too loud and crunchy and i didnt understand why the "hey yay yayyy" parts were overshadowed by that loud horn/factory machine noise. i keep trying to like it but its just not doing it for me. it reminds me of the Die Another Day Thunderpuss mix, which worked AMAZINGLY WELL, but this one falls flat.

i miss straightforward dance remixes. the Lucky Date remix starts off ok and then BOOM, its gets to this loud and crazy, fist-pumping (not in a good way) noisy wreck.

i know im in the minority, so dont crucify me, just voicing my opinions.


You're not alone, I thought the Lucky Date Mix was gonna be good until it turned into horrible horrible noise !


The main problem with it is the use of Dbm and not Abm or B maj. It won't work whatever you'll do to it. Also there were in the last 2 years so many Dbm tracks, it's about time to retire that key for a bit.
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I thought the Thunderpuss Mix of Die Another Day was boring as hell. The original album version was already lacking in the melody department, and they decided to strip it of what little it actually had! Probably my least favourite Thunderpuss production. The other remixes were all incredible though,


Die Another Day was all about the album version!




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It's all about the Die Another Dub for me. The C64-ish breakdown is one of the most epic moments in a remix ever, imo. Love the Brother Brown mix as well. Especially towards the end when it gets all funky :D



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Thee Die Another Day Dub by Felix Da Housecat is amazing from : a) the vinyl source and b) on headphones
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Last week, GGW was #6 (or #106) on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. This week, she drops to #25 (or #125). Wah-wah. Justin Cognito Remix all the way for me, though.
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Wells that's just dumb! Why in the world has it not been sent to radio but it's been on iTunes for around 2 weeks now and the remixes have been released... Is this true? Has it not been sent to radio yet??



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Wells that's just dumb! Why in the world has it not been sent to radio but it's been on iTunes for around 2 weeks now and the remixes have been released... Is this true? Has it not been sent to radio yet??


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Last week, GGW was #6 (or #106) on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart. This week, she drops to #25 (or #125). Wah-wah. Justin Cognito Remix all the way for me, though.


It hasn't been sent to radio and the video has yet to premiere.

Who buys something they have never heard of? It will climb back up the charts once it hits radio and the video comes out. :)


Songs have entered the Hot 100 on sales alone. Songs have also entered the Hot 100 when they haven't been serviced to radio, and/or without an accompanying music video.

To answer your question...Fans. Fans will buy a song most people haven't heard of, especially when it is an artist like Madonna and songs are released for purchased prior to an album's release. Unfortunately, many people know the song since the lyric video was posted to You Tube and has made the rounds on blogs and forums. It almost has 3 million views in just over 2 weeks. One could say that isn't a lot of views...and maybe it's because many of the viewers didn't like what they heard. And, if you don't like something, you're not going to buy it.

Once the official video comes out, there will be more interest in the song, but more interest will be for the music video. It does seem that a remix of the song is preferred over the album version and edit. The Label should recognize this, and go with a remix to service to radio, and even use it for the video. That, and only that, I feel, is the only way GGW will have any Hot 100 success. Other than that, the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart may be the song's fate.
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I really like the Offer mix. I just wish it had more of the vocals. Dave's mix is good, and should get the crowd going. I do see the NJ Shore "fist pumping" thing too though.
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[*] posted on 3/16/2012 at 14:49


just read this on perez... i saw billboard dance club play it says number 2 for give me all ur luvin don't know what chart he's talking about

Her more recent track off of MDMA has jumped from the #46 spot to #20, while Luvin' has moved all the way to #1 - which means Her Madgesty has now had 41 number one dance songs!
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^ Couldn't said it any better myself The Justin Cognito mix is actually better than the annoying radio/album version
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I absolutely love Aude's mix!!!
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... Other than that, the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart may be the song's fate.

That's very likely...

Ageism is prevalent in radio airplay simply because Pop music targets the younger demographics, say 15-25. You don't see teenagers jumping for joy for a new Madonna track. But they do for Katy Perry and/or Rihanna.

Since Confessions on a Dance Floor, Madonna gets like one Top 10 single, most likely the first one because of the initial hype and publicity. With "Give Me All Your Lovin'" cracking the Top 10 (and it then plummeted), that might have been the only Top 10 song from MDNA. :(

That said, the Hot 100 landscape is changing. Or I should say the "music" is changing. Hip-Hop/Rap seems to have taken a back seat after dominating the US charts for a decade. Pop/Dance is popular again. Maybe that's good news for MDNA?

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Charts for me are not worth to listen.

So many real amazing Songs did not hit the Charts or don't even go to the Top 40.
So like Katy Perrys "Part of me", it's a nice song but sorry it's not better than GGW .

I think MDNA is a real amazing Album and it will Hit many Countrys at Nr. 1, for the USA i do not think so.
So tastes are different in Germany Madonna is played every day with GMAYL and it is at 3 at the Airplay charts
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and don't forget the overrated single, 'Ray of Light', which debuted at #5 back in 1998 then dropped like a rock. :salud:



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Other than that, the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart may be the song's fate.

Madge needs to get her ass on TV shows like American Idol, Dancing With The Stars, and Saturday Night Live and perform the current single on them pronto, or that will be the fate of GGW indeed. She needs to reestablish herself as a singer musical performer and not just a celebrity highfalutin Kaballah mama/mid-life crisis cougar.
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aside from the Cognito mix, i'm not feeling any of these mixes. When did dance remixes mean, "lets make a whole bunch of noise that you can jump up and down to but not dance to?"


Oh, I'd say sometime in the 2000s. Dave Audé is one of the worst remixers ever. And completely overrated.
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Quote: Originally posted by 1985  
Quote: Originally posted by hyperballad627  
Quote: Originally posted by 1985  


and don't forget the overrated single, 'Ray of Light', which debuted at #5 back in 1998 then dropped like a rock. :salud:



first you say Mer Girl is not a song, then you say Ray of Light is an overrated single. please just stop. i cant.



Sorry. People keep trying to make GMAYL sound like a flop, but the same happened to Ray of Light, yet nobody talks about it lol.


There a few differences between "Ray Of Light" and "Give Me All Your Luvin'."

Hot 100 stats:

ROL's chart run: 5-7-8-9-16-21-26-32-34-39-41-40-43-52-49-56-58-59-63-71
...4 weeks in the Top 10
...11 weeks in the Top 40
...20 weeks in the Hot 100 (was at #71 in its final week before being removed to recurrents chart)
...a music video that was unique and was constantly played on the video channels
...just about everyone knew the song and anyone could sing most of it.

GMAYL's chart run: 13-10-39-58-86
...1 week in the Top 10
...3 weeks in the Top 40
...5 weeks in the Hot 100
...2 featured artists
...a music video that was fun
...benefited from being performed during the Superbowl
...not many people really know the song, nor can many people even remember any of the lyrics to sing it.

So, when comparing the 2 songs, GMAYL was a flop. You'd be better off comparing GMAYL to "Rescue Me." It pains me to call any Madonna single a flop. But, reality is a friend of mine.
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Quote: Originally posted by 1985  
Quote: Originally posted by 4pcchickendinner  
Quote: Originally posted by 1985  
Quote: Originally posted by hyperballad627  
Quote: Originally posted by 1985  


and don't forget the overrated single, 'Ray of Light', which debuted at #5 back in 1998 then dropped like a rock. :salud:



first you say Mer Girl is not a song, then you say Ray of Light is an overrated single. please just stop. i cant.



Sorry. People keep trying to make GMAYL sound like a flop, but the same happened to Ray of Light, yet nobody talks about it lol.


There a few differences between "Ray Of Light" and "Give Me All Your Luvin'."

Hot 100 stats:

ROL's chart run: 5-7-8-9-16-21-26-32-34-39-41-40-43-52-49-56-58-59-63-71
...4 weeks in the Top 10
...11 weeks in the Top 40
...20 weeks in the Hot 100 (was at #71 in its final week before being removed to recurrents chart)
...a music video that was unique and was constantly played on the video channels
...just about everyone knew the song and anyone could sing most of it.

GMAYL's chart run: 13-10-39-58-86
...1 week in the Top 10
...3 weeks in the Top 40
...5 weeks in the Hot 100
...2 featured artists
...a music video that was fun
...benefited from being performed during the Superbowl
...not many people really know the song, nor can many people even remember any of the lyrics to sing it.

So, when comparing the 2 songs, GMAYL was a flop. You'd be better off comparing GMAYL to "Rescue Me." It pains me to call any Madonna single a flop. But, reality is a friend of mine.


I like all of your info, but GMAYL hitting the top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100 is by no means a 'flop'. Fact.

Now the rest of the world? Major flop. Doesn't make me like the song any less.

As for the Ray of Light video. Unique? Hardly. Sped up footage and Madonna bouncing in front of a green screen for 5 minutes?? Boring and easily her most overrated video. Just boring as fcuk.


All of the info I posted is straight from the Billboard Hot 100 charts, not mine. Fact. A song spending 5 weeks on the big chart, even though it reached #10, is most definitely considered a flop in these days. Fact. This is a major, established artist we are talking about here, with the lead single from a forthcoming album...not an American Idol or Glee song.

And, at the time, the ROL video was unique. How many similar time lapse videos can you name, that came out before it? Just because you didn't like the video, does not not make it unique.
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[*] posted on 3/19/2012 at 10:42


Quote: Originally posted by 1985  

GMAYL and Ray of Light are like Apples and Oranges.

They shouldn't even be compared. Both debuted high and both dropped their 2nd week.


You were the one to bring up ROL in this thread.

Incorrect. GMAYL debuted at #13, then climbed to #10 in its second week.

And, about your comment that ROL was being sold at a discount price at Sam Goody, helped contribute to its Billboard position...I'll bet most of GMAYL's sales can be contributed to the discounted pre-sale price for MDNA.
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Dave Aude is one of the absolute BEST remixers!


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Quote: Originally posted by hyperballad627  
aside from the Cognito mix, i'm not feeling any of these mixes. When did dance remixes mean, "lets make a whole bunch of noise that you can jump up and down to but not dance to?"


Oh, I'd say sometime in the 2000s. Dave Audé is one of the worst remixers ever. And completely overrated.


What an absurdly ridiculous blanket statement about Dave Aude! The broad consensus in the mainstream dance world is that Dave Aude is one of the best remixers. He's had a few misses over the years, but his mixes are usually pretty stellar. Cases in point: his mixes of Rihanna's "S & M", Katy Perry's "E.T"., Selena Gomez's "A Year Without Rain", and Coldplay's "Charlie Brown" just to name a few. I know opinions are like a**holes in that everyone has one, but yours was so outrageous and unfounded that I felt compelled to come to his defense. Dave Aude is an extremely talented man whose contributions to the dance world deserve praise, respect, and recognition.
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What an absurdly ridiculous blanket statement about Dave Aude! The broad consensus in the mainstream dance world is that Dave Aude is one of the best remixers. He's had a few misses over the years, but his mixes are usually pretty stellar. Cases in point: his mixes of Rihanna's "S & M", Katy Perry's "E.T"., Selena Gomez's "A Year Without Rain", and Coldplay's "Charlie Brown" just to name a few. I know opinions are like a**holes in that everyone has one, but yours was so outrageous and unfounded that I felt compelled to come to his defense. Dave Aude is an extremely talented man whose contributions to the dance world deserve praise, respect, and recognition.


Umm... OKAY.

Dave Audé name means nothing, for the most part, outside the U.S. Has a label outside North America ever commissioned him?
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Quote: Originally posted by Neil774  
What an absurdly ridiculous blanket statement about Dave Aude! The broad consensus in the mainstream dance world is that Dave Aude is one of the best remixers. He's had a few misses over the years, but his mixes are usually pretty stellar. Cases in point: his mixes of Rihanna's "S & M", Katy Perry's "E.T"., Selena Gomez's "A Year Without Rain", and Coldplay's "Charlie Brown" just to name a few. I know opinions are like a**holes in that everyone has one, but yours was so outrageous and unfounded that I felt compelled to come to his defense. Dave Aude is an extremely talented man whose contributions to the dance world deserve praise, respect, and recognition.


Umm... OKAY.

Dave Audé name means nothing, for the most part, outside the U.S. Has a label outside North America ever commissioned him?


Assuming for a moment that you are correct about Dave Aude not being widely known outside of North America, what the heck does that have to do with the quality of his work??? I wasn't arguing about how internationally known he is; I was arguing against your dismissive, dead-wrong statement that he is one of the worst remixers. What facts do you have to support that assertion? Just because you either have faulty hearing and/or highly questionable taste, don't go flame baiting in this forum by saying blatantly stupid and incorrect things about obviously talented artists.
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Umm... OKAY.

Dave Audé name means nothing, for the most part, outside the U.S. Has a label outside North America ever commissioned him?


Girls Aloud "The Promise" and Edei "In My Bed" come tomind, those weren't for the US markets...




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Assuming for a moment that you are correct about Dave Aude not being widely known outside of North America, what the heck does that have to do with the quality of his work??? I wasn't arguing about how internationally known he is; I was arguing against your dismissive, dead-wrong statement that he is one of the worst remixers. What facts do you have to support that assertion? Just because you either have faulty hearing and/or highly questionable taste, don't go flame baiting in this forum by saying blatantly stupid and incorrect things about obviously talented artists.


Jesus Christ, are you his agent now? If the Madonna stanning wasn't enough. Christ, take a chill pin. Anyone over the age of 10 could tell that what I said was MY OPINION. DUH. Not even Bertrand got offended, and he is like Dave's stalker. :P

You are not stating facts. You are stating your opinion ("...saying blatantly stupid and incorrect things about obviously talented artists") - mind you, while being completely childish, immature, insulting, and condescending.

David Morales, Todd Terry, Junior Vasquez (in his heyday), Tony Moran (ditto), Love To Infinity, Freemasons, Moto Blanco, K-Klass, Brothers In Rhythm, Perfecto, etc. These are producers, whether you like them or not, that will be remembered for their contributions to dance music. Dave Audé, not so much (IMHO, of course). Also, these are producers that have been hired by many labels around the world. If Dave was such a hot and in demand producer, I think labels outside the U.S. would be clamoring for his services. Again, MHO.

My biggest problem with Dave's sound... all of his productions are devoid of any soul. Totally soulless. House music has always had an element of soulfulness to it. Something that Dave's productions severely lack. Oh, and in case you missed it, IMHO.
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Quote: Originally posted by Neil774  
Assuming for a moment that you are correct about Dave Aude not being widely known outside of North America, what the heck does that have to do with the quality of his work??? I wasn't arguing about how internationally known he is; I was arguing against your dismissive, dead-wrong statement that he is one of the worst remixers. What facts do you have to support that assertion? Just because you either have faulty hearing and/or highly questionable taste, don't go flame baiting in this forum by saying blatantly stupid and incorrect things about obviously talented artists.


Jesus Christ, are you his agent now? If the Madonna stanning wasn't enough. Christ, take a chill pin. Anyone over the age of 10 could tell that what I said was MY OPINION. DUH. Not even Bertrand got offended, and he is like Dave's stalker. :P

You are not stating facts. You are stating your opinion ("...saying blatantly stupid and incorrect things about obviously talented artists") - mind you, while being completely childish, immature, insulting, and condescending.

David Morales, Todd Terry, Junior Vasquez (in his heyday), Tony Moran (ditto), Love To Infinity, Freemasons, Moto Blanco, K-Klass, Brothers In Rhythm, Perfecto, etc. These are producers, whether you like them or not, that will be remembered for their contributions to dance music. Dave Audé, not so much (IMHO, of course). Also, these are producers that have been hired from many labels around the world. If Dave was such a hot and in demand producer, I think labels outside the U.S. would be clamoring for his services. Again, MHO.

My biggest problem with Dave's sound... all of his productions are devoid of any soul. Totally soulless. House music has always had an element of soulfulness to it. Something that Dave's productions severely lack. Oh, and in case you missed it, IMHO.



I second WestEnd's commentary completely. I too believe Audé's productions lack the quality of soul that many other producers seem to be able to inject into their work. As well he rarely scores a remix commission from any label outside of Interscope (I swear he must have ties with the A&R there, since more than 80% of his discography in the past few years has stemmed from that label only, lol).

His productions are very "cookie cutter" IMO. They all have this similar irrelevant quality when put to the test up against other great producers, and I believe he's really only utilized as that 'go-to-guy' to help some artists gain a presence on the Billboard Dance Chart.

At one time I did praise his success in music considering the state it's in, and I didn't have such a negative thought process about all his music sounding the same. However now being a few years smarter and hearing his repetition, it's clear he's only doing it for the $$$, and you can hear that as plain as can be in the music he makes.

It's very unfortunate but that's how it rolls sometimes. A so called 'producer' get's to use a template remix format they created to make a lot of green, while we (the paying fans) have to suffer at the end of the line with an overwhelming lack of quality as the final result. :(




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BACK to the main topic of this thread, here's the music video:
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[*] posted on 3/20/2012 at 17:34


It doesn't matter that Kylie already did it. The video is great! The teaser made it look like yet another low budget video like Give it 2 Me or Celebration. So happy that it's not! And what's that? Actual choreography instead of yoga moves in a modern Madonna video? Unheard of!!! LOL!

It feels so weird though. She hasn't released a proper second music video from an album since the American Life era, so two good videos in a row feels like such a rare treat!




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[*] posted on 3/20/2012 at 19:01


Negative comment? I wasn't being negative. Did you even read my post? I'm loving the video. Stop being such a stan.



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[*] posted on 3/20/2012 at 19:27


Quote: Originally posted by JNX  
BACK to the main topic of this thread, here's the music video: http://www.eonline.com/videos/exclusive-madonnas-girl-gone-wild-mus...


she did an AWESOME job on the video, and dayum those are some hot male dancers she has - where do I get abs like that?!?! *lol* If anyone wants to take a stab at doing a remix video using my Offer Nissim mixshow/mashup/megamix, please contact me privately!

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[*] posted on 3/20/2012 at 19:37


She found the male dancers in her video through this one:



The models that do not dance are some of the most requested ones at the moment in the fashion industry, or so I've been told.




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[*] posted on 3/20/2012 at 22:11


Love the video, glad to see the raunchy Madonna is back!! and looking HOT
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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 00:34


omg magnus when I saw the video all I could think was kazaky, love the video & omg this is so funny how almost everyone is saying absolute wonderful things about madonna & the video, but it's been done before but yet if it was lady gaga omg this thread would be nothing but negative stuff...
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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 01:49


to me madonna is queen lady gaga to me is ok, but I saw her on oprah next chapter & I do respect her more now as an artist, on the oprah next chapter they said gaga was a prodigy that wrote her first song at age 6 I think that's what oprah said 6 or 8 ...

I don't remember ever seeing guys with high heels on any madonna videos, fishy guys & pointy bras yes with heels no, anyways just saying madonna copies people to, but some people praise her, I love madonna but she is not that original, so if u are gonna attack one artist for not being original then you should attack others as well... I just see so much hate towards artists, let them be and let them try to express themselves the way they feel they can, at the long run we all win when they release great music, what may not be great to you can be great to others, people attacked gaga's second album with so much hatred and they attacked her on a personal level more than the music... I personally loved her album more than the 1st...

it's sad to me to see how people on this board attack artist claming is the music they don't like, but then turn around and attack the artist personally calling them like gaga no talent copycat, unoriginal etc etc... I rarely comment on stuff like this because I think it's so stupid & immature, but after reading all the comments about how great the video is & all the praises from the same people attacking other artist for not being origibnal, I just had to leave a comment...
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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 03:02


Quote: Originally posted by medazzaland  
Love the video, glad to see the raunchy Madonna is back!! and looking HOT


The hottest Madonna video in years!!!! I can't wait for this tour. So far I'm going to Detriot and Miami.




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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 05:50


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Madonna did that before Kylie was even born.


And thus confirming what everybody has long suspected. Madonna is ancient. Watch out for The Olde Vampyre. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 08:12


The Video is HOT as HELL

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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 08:13


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Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
Negative comment? I wasn't being negative. Did you even read my post? I'm loving the video. Stop being such a stan.


What the hell are you talking about? 'Stan'?? Are you under 13 using that word? I hope so. :P

I hate ROL yet I'm a stan? lol.

You said Kylie did it already. I clearly, in english, asked what she did first? The Vogue video back in 1990?? Stop being a sour puss and answer the question.

The video is kind of boring, to be honest. :shake:


LOL! You accuse me if being "negative" by saying the video wasn't original (and neither is the song itself btw), when entertainment obviously doesn't have to be original to be good and/or entertain. Not everything Madonna does is original. In fact, she's probably copied more than she's invented in her career - but the thing is that she's almost always done it better. Pointing this out is not being negative. I clearly praised the video.

But then you come here and say that it's boring. Who's being negative again? Or is it just a case of when the shoe is on the other foot?

And as for what Kylie did first, I was referring to having fit half-naked men dancing around like girls in stockings and high heels on her Fever Tour. Kazaky obviously did their thing on their own way before doing it for Madonna as well. Doesn't make the video any less enjoyable.





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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 10:42


Three points:

1) The new video is SIZZLING HOT!!! If you don't like it, or you just want to focus on the negative by chopping it up as a collage of her old videos rolled into a new one, then I'm afraid you're a complete loser! Any other artist still doing their thing after 30+ years (good luck naming one) would have to round the bend at some point, so why not try to focus on the fact that she is STILL putting forth a 200% effort as an artist?!? Nothing comes easy in the music world, otherwise I think everyone would be doing it. You have to work stupidly hard for it, and Madonna has paid her dues. It's typically the lazy-azz wonders of the world who just sit at a desk typing from 9-5 that throw around the negative comments, so they wouldn't truly comprehend a day of any hard working artists labor anyhow.

2) The Kazaky-type dancers are bit precious no? LOL

and 3) The streaming from that eOnline website sucks azz :P They should really get with the program and increase their quality of viewing.




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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 11:44


LOVE IT!!! It's old school sex vixen Madonna that I have been missing for a looonnng time. I think it's hilarious the younger generation is claiming it's a copy of Gaga's "Alejandro" when anyone who knows better knows "Alejandro" was basically "Like A Prayer" meets "Vogue"...





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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 12:14


From her youtube account:
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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 12:23


It is what Human Nature would have looked like had the directors for Vogue done that video.

In any event, this is a smoking HOT video....well done to M and the video directors. And the choice to use all black & white is brilliant (some influence of that award-winning French film that tries to recreate the silent screen era whose name escapes me)

Now all I hope for is a video remix set to the Dave Aude version :)
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Quote: Originally posted by DJCMH  
Now all I hope for is a video remix set to the Dave Aude version :)

I will be working on it later today ;)
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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 14:43



This video is amazing! Madonna still has dance moves that blow away her competitors that are half her age. What a stunning piece of art!





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[*] posted on 3/21/2012 at 20:31


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Quote: Originally posted by Magnus  
It doesn't matter that Kylie already did it. The video is great! The teaser made it look like yet another low budget video like Give it 2 Me or Celebration. So happy that it's not! And what's that? Actual choreography instead of yoga moves in a modern Madonna video? Unheard of!!! LOL!

It feels so weird though. She hasn't released a proper second music video from an album since the American Life era, so two good videos in a row feels like such a rare treat!


Kylie did what? The gay thing?? Madonna did that before Kylie was even born. I knew you would have some sort of negative comment, but that's okay. :)

If Madonna released all of the ROL videos again and everything was identical you would find something negative to say about it. hehe.

Love the video. She looks great.

Oh and you may not like it, but I love it: The video for, 'Sorry" was 100% a proper video and was quite fantastic (to me). That was a great second video and great continuation from, 'Hung Up'.


The only thing I see that Kylie did is the lighting effects on Madonna when she is against the wall, in her Get Outta My Way video. But at this point are we really still fighting about who did it first? It's a great video and is not low budget. We are lucky to even still get videos nowadays.

The preview we had indeed did not do justice to the video, and I am glad because when the full video came out jaws dropped. Madonna..dancing? That was really cool... and the hairstyle on her while dancing very 1995 MTV Music Awards one of my fave Madonna looks :>
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