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Music

Madonna

2000

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Music
Album Summary

Music is the eighth studio album by American singer Madonna, released on September 18, 2000, by Maverick and Warner Bros. Records. Following the success of her previous album Ray of Light (1998), she intended to embark on a tour. However, her record company encouraged her to return to the studio and record new music before going on the road. Her collaboration with French producer Mirwais Ahmadzaï resulted in a more experimental direction for the album, with additional production from William Orbit. Music incorporates many different genres into its overall dance-pop and electronica vibe, with influences from funk, house, rock, country and folk. The album was mostly recorded at Sarm West and East Studios in London, England. Elaborating a country theme for the album, Madonna reinvented her image as a cowgirl. Music received critical acclaim from most critics, who praised Ahmadzaï's unique production. The album earned five Grammy Award nominations, ultimately winning one for Best Recording Package given to art director Kevin Reagan. In 2003, Rolling Stone ranked it at number 452 on their list of The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. The record was also a commercial success, debuting at number one in over 23 countries across the world and selling four million copies in its first ten days of release. In the United States, Music debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 with first week sales of 420,000 copies, making it her first album to top the chart in more than a decade since Like a Prayer (1989). It was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for three million units shipped in the United States and has sold over 11 million copies worldwide. The album was promoted with her concerts at Brixton Academy and Roseland Ballroom, as well as several television performances such as the 2000 MTV Europe Music Awards and the 43rd Grammy Awards. It was also supported by the Drowned World Tour, which grossed over US$75 million, making it the highest-grossing tour by a solo act of 2001 (the fourth overall). Three singles were released from the album. The lead single, "Music", topped the record charts in 25 countries worldwide and became Madonna's 12th and most recent number-one hit on the Billboard Hot 100. It was followed with another Hot 100 top-five hit "Don't Tell Me" and "What It Feels Like for a Girl" which attained the top-ten position in several countries worldwide. "Impressive Instant" was released as a promotional single in the United States, peaking at number one on the Hot Dance Club Play chart. “Amazing” was also briefly released as a promotional single in Germany, Spain, Italy and Colombia before being withdrawn shortly afterwards.

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Rating

2.7

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10646

Genres

  • Pop

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Fri Apr 14 2023
2

Highlights: "Music," "Don't Tell Me" It's ridiculous to justify how awkward this album is and how terribly it's aged by saying any of this was 'experimental' even by the most mainstream US pop standards. Cher's "Believe" had tested the waters for autotune two years before, and NSYNC was having a blast earlier that year running the gamut of gaudy special effects from ring modulation to step filtering to sequencers and ARP. Madonna has always been derivative, and by this time she's just in over her head, too. Do we care about lyrics? Ideas? Because she pretends to. Laughably absurd lyrical bookends to the album: singing about the bourgeoisie and how "selling out is not my thing" when she is literally Madonna. Can't you just do what every honest sellout does and send audiences glum and bitter putzing dispatches on your barbarism of reflection from the barren apex? Whatever. No good songs, but only four I skipped halfway through out of disgust.

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Sat Apr 29 2023
2

Pretty ostentatious to name your album "music", as if to encompass all music. Also, how does one talk about this album? "Have you heard music?" "yes, of course" "no, I mean Madonna's music" "like a virgin? yes" "no, I mean her album music" "yes she puts her music on albums" "no" All jokes aside this is pretty bog standard pop music. This is probably the worst of the 3 albums by her I've come across on this list (so far?), but it's inoffensive. Except for her cover of American Pie. That shit was a war crime.

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Wed May 24 2023
5

It's hard not to see the influence this album held on the next 7 years of pop music. It feels like a quintessential pop album of the 2000s because it's the first of that kind.

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Thu Apr 13 2023
4

The 2000 U2 album All That You Can’t Leave Behind feels like it is desperately trying to re-capture former pop-star glory with mixed results. This 2000 disc by Madonna succeeds at that same task (apart from the clunker of an American Pie cover) without the desperation. It also innovates by combining techno and country in a way that hadn’t been done before (and not super-well since).

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Thu Mar 30 2023
3

6/10 more interesting than i expected, cool beats.

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Thu Apr 13 2023
3

In 2000 I was 10 and really starting to get into music on my own. I remember being younger than this age and liking rock music on the radio, like Nirvana and classic rock, but around this time is when I started to be more aware of music. Her song "Music" I remember hearing and being a real guilty pleasure. Of course to my friends I couldn't like her because she was "pop" and young boys don't listen to pop music they listen to rock music because you don't develop that part of your brain that allows you to not care about silly social conventions like that until you are older (atleast for me until I was in my late teens / early 20's). I think there is really something special for me personally about the general time period of 1998-summer 2001, the music that came out in that time period was so vibrant and I really vividly remember moments of life happening while listening to music from then. I think specifically of these records: Linkin Park - Hybrid Theory Korn - Follow The Leader Kid Rock - Devil Without A Cause Lauryn Hill - The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication Outkast - Stankonia Eminem - Marshall Mathers / Slim Shady Those were really pivotal for me and it was a time period where I was able to more autonomously look for and listen to music on my own. I was 8 to 10 years old! I could listen to what I what when I want. And I did! I remember listening to so much music during those 2.5 years and just doing my thing and loving life- playing sports and hanging out with friends, becoming obsessed with baseball and videogames, and not really having a care in the world. That specific time kind of ended after 9/11 and I think that was the start of puberty / teenager issues / listening to music with more serious sounds and lyrical topics. I do theorize that 9/11 played some part in that transition because up until that point I didn't really have a concept for experiencing the sometimes really terrible parts of the world. I wasn't expecting the start of this review to end up about 9/11 but that's the fun of hearing records that take you to a place in your life. I wouldn't say that this album was as special as those others listed but "Music" was a single from that era. Outside of this track the album isn't that bad. I think it's short of a 4 but higher than a 3, like a 3.3 for me.

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Sat May 13 2023
3

I always check the tracklist before listening to an album and omit the bonus tracks or international release tracks from my listen, which is how I avoided the human rights violation that is the Madonna cover of American Pie, which I'm about 60% sure is one of the direct causes of 9/11. Best track: Paradise (Not for Me)

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Thu Apr 06 2023
5

This album was everything when it came out. Listening to reminds me of good times, I’m just singing my lil heart out. Don’t tell me is soo good. I still love it and I think It’s fucking great!

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Mon Apr 24 2023
5

I liked this album back in the day, but it hadn’t stayed with me like Like A Prayer or Ray of Light. I’m glad to have revisited it, because I enjoyed the cool electronic vibe. Driving around Seattle listening to this today felt a little like I was in some kind of Tron universe. 23 years after its release this still feels like the future.

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Mon Apr 24 2023
5

One of Madonna's most mature albums. Very entertaining, very catchy. I love it.

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Mon Apr 24 2023
5

This was a nice revisit of a CD I had bought when new, but went with the other CDs into a box some time ago. It's been a while. This one really shows how Madonna has been able to successfully reinvent herself so many times. It was a sound that felt very modern at the time and which I think has held up since then. "This is the one with acoustic guitars and robot voices," is probably how I would distinguish it. I loved it, it made me move and groove today.

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Wed May 10 2023
5

I liked vibing to this one. The music was sorta pop/electronic, but also soft enough that I could listen while working without getting distracted.

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Thu Apr 06 2023
4

I love this album. Sooo…yep.

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Sun Apr 30 2023
4

Kind of weird use of electric sounds on some songs- but I generally liked it.

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Sun Jun 18 2023
4

I danced to this when I was three and four years old. I love Madonna.

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Mon Aug 07 2023
4

Very good electronica that I hadn’t heard before.

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Wed May 17 2023
3

Top notch turn of the century production, but the songwriting, particularly the lyricism and melodies were weak for a release for an artist this big.

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Sun May 07 2023
2

Meh. Bland, over produced, shiny and expensive. Not her best work. Also includes her cover of American Pie, which is so bad it is virtually a hate crime.

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Sun Jun 25 2023
2

I wanted to like this but I found it formulaic and quite boring actually. A two is being generous

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Thu Feb 29 2024
5

I played this during my morning commute and now I am SO HYPED for writing INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIAL for SOFTWARE

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Fri Apr 21 2023
4

This album really surprised me. Much better than I remembered based off the radio singles.

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Mon Apr 24 2023
4

I had never listened to this album until today. I haven't listened to many of Madonna's albums. I guess that I am not a huge fan. I enjoyed it.

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Sun Sep 17 2023
4

This has aged much better than I would have guessed. At the time it just sounded like the state of pop radio, because it was the music Madonna was making. But now it sounds inventive and creative, even refreshing. Unfortunately the album takes a nose dive with the last couple songs (I especially don't think the world needed that version of American Pie, which thankfully wasn't on the original release anyway). Take those two out though, and this is a surprising gem of an album.

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Mon Apr 03 2023
3

Weirdest country album I’ve ever heard. Haha just kidding Production was really good. Very late 90s french electronica. Madonna was the weakest part of the album; is she good or just super hot? Will have to listen to more of her lesser known work.

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Sat May 06 2023
3

Typically like Madonna and this is right in the middle of her re-invention when I think she's perhaps a little too comfortable - she's at her best when working with up and coming producers and bringing outside influences to the mainstream, which I guess is being tried here mixing electronica with country. However as a listen it's not anywhere near her best "I deserve it" stand out tune. 3

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Wed May 17 2023
3

Madonna trying to be modern but what's lost here are any good songs. Best song is a cover of a song that's 30 years old

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Thu Nov 09 2023
3

I wish the whole album was in the same vein as the two great songs “Music” and “Don’t Tell Me”, I think that would have been awesome. Unfortunately the rest of the album is mostly low energy dance tunes mired in an autotune muck. Mostly uninteresting save for a couple of high notes.

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Sun Jan 28 2024
3

I know it sounds a bit bad but I'd like to know how much of this she really had a hand in? Maybe the lyrics? Yeah I can see that, but I don't think she produced it REALLY did she? I genuinely like Ray of Light and can hear Orbit in this as well. Whilst I applaud her intentions to push boundaries and put herself on the line this is at the end of the day just dancey Pop.

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Thu Feb 29 2024
2

Pretty glad when that one ended. It sounded to me like she was fulling a contractual obligation.

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Fri Jun 23 2023
5

horrid lyrics on some tracks

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Mon Feb 12 2024
5

Excelent album. Cant believe i never listened more of it

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Fri Feb 23 2024
5

You can literally just hear however many millions they spent on this. The production is incredible, and it hides some of the cracks on the weaker tracks. "Music" is just so perfectly arranged, "Don't Tell Me" is, I think, my favorite Madonna song, and the cover of "American Pie" is just hilariously weird and doing its own thing, such a brilliant little oddity.

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Wed Mar 13 2024
5

Whoa. I had no idea. The production has me floored

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Sat Apr 06 2024
5

Nostalgia is a powerful drug. This was one of the car CDs of family holidays and also my feminist awakening

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Thu May 23 2024
5

Madonna has had one of the most successful, enduring careers in modern music. Music is her eight studio album, and a significant departure from the pop singles that made her famous. This collection of tracks are closer to dance and electronica than her earlier work. This is a surprisingly good album, with memorable tracks like "Don't Tell Me."

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Thu Jun 20 2024
5

MY FAVOURITE MADONNA ALBUM (and the first one that this generator has generated for me)! I was thinking of this album just earlier today! This album is an excellent exploration of electronic music, building on the experimentation of ‘Ray of Light’ (widely acclaimed as her best). Of course, it contains the monster hit ‘Music’, alongside plenty of deep cuts with important messages, such as ‘What it Feels Like for a Girl’ and ‘I Deserve It’. I’m unsure why there is so much Madonna hate on here. Perfect arrangements and fantastic vocal technique. The influence on every single pop song from the 2000s should not be underestimated. To paraphrase another review, it sounds like the quintessential 2000s album because it influenced plenty of albums from the 2000s, despite this being the third decade of her career. Unpopular opinion: Madonna’s cover of *that* song is better than the original 😘 10/10

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Thu Aug 31 2023
4

very well done. Not my type though

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Fri Sep 01 2023
4

Didn’t know she was so dance music

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Mon Sep 04 2023
4

Great album apart from the crime that is her American Pie cover. And the awful cover.

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Wed Oct 11 2023
4

A solid later album from Madonna. Not the heights of the album directly preceding (Ray of Light) or Confessions after, but fun and well made. Could be sequenced better.

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Wed Oct 11 2023
4

Another album my parents always used to play me! I remember we used to listen to this on the way to swimming lessons when I was v young. Never really noticed the complexity/sophistication of the 'Music' instrumental - was pleasantly surprised and really enjoyed it. Also really liked 'What it feels like for a girl'.

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Wed Oct 11 2023
4

The production on this was quite cool, I enjoyed this more than I expected to. Dance vibes

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Wed Oct 25 2023
4

Loved the vibe, I didn't know Madonna very well and especially didn't know she did this kind of music!

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Wed Oct 25 2023
4

Actually really liked the album, apart from the aptly named "Nobody's Perfect" which is a good summation for the song itself because it's an overly autotuned piece of poop. The overall tone of the album feels like a mish mash of random directions but I don't really mind that, it provides relief from the norm of some albums to bore me to death with the same sounding songs.

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Wed Oct 25 2023
4

Continuing the victory lap that began in earnest with Bedtime Stories, Madonna's first missive of the 21st Century deals with her continued fixation on remaining hip to the times whilst wielding personal subject manner. Although a tad less reliant on the power of healing in Ray of Light, we still hear Madge waxing philosophical on tracks such as Gone, Don't Tell Me and What It Feels Like for a Girl but she still makes room for an ode to a good time via the first three tracks. Regardless of the picture painted on the album cover, there is no dust kicked up by horses here. Favorites: Music, Runaway Lover, I Deserve It, Amazing, Don't Tell Me, What It Feels Like for a Girl, Paradise (Not for Me).

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Mon Oct 30 2023
4

I think this album has been dropped from later versions of this list. It shouldn't have been.

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Thu Nov 02 2023
4

Nostalgia central, reminds me of being 9 years old. Some bangers here

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Thu Nov 02 2023
4

I was expecting a 3 star but I got a 4 star, good basseline, good pop

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Thu Nov 02 2023
4

Incredibly Crafted POP Album. Her Voice Never Sounded Better & the Production Rivals that of Steely Dan's AJA. This is BY FAR Her Best Album

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Sun Nov 19 2023
4

Rating: 7/10 Best songs: Music, Runaway lover, Want it feels like for a girl, Gone, American pie

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Wed Nov 29 2023
4

Buena sucesión de canciones con estilo, con el sello propio de Madonna. Voz características y temas bien construidos. Levanta el ánimo.

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Thu Nov 30 2023
4

Standouts: Music, Nobody's Perfect, Don't Tell Me, What It Feels Like For A Girl, Others: I Deserve It, Gone 4/5

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Thu Nov 30 2023
4

Ahh yes, 2000's Madonna, brings back some memories. Overall, I enjoyed this album. I wouldn't listen to it regularly, but I can appreciate the music. Favorite Tracks: Music, Amazing, and Don't Tell Me. Awful Track: Nobodys Perfect. Shit 2000's auto tune (thanks Cher) and horribly grating noises that don't resemble good songs.

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Mon Dec 04 2023
4

I have long been on the record as “not a fan” of Madonna. But this was really great, probably the best album I have heard from her. Madonna is in excellent voice and she gives 100 percent to her performances. She always does. The key to this album’s success though is as much in the production of Mirwais Ahmadzaï and William Orbitwhich, which is wonderful. This is just great fun, with a mix of instant club classics and some nice straightforward pop as well. I love all the quirky, blippy little touches, the unusual chord progressions, the strategic uses of vocal tuning and guitar. They lean into the artifice and experimentalism of electronica, but with great warmth and nuance. Fabulous work, a classic of its era. Fave Songs: Music, Gone, Paradise (Not for Me), Impressive Instant, Runaway Lover, Don't Tell Me

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Fri Dec 08 2023
4

Not my favorite Madonna album, but it's still m*f*ing Madonna.

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Fri Dec 29 2023
4

I’m very surprised how much I enjoyed this one. Mostly on the production side the songs are really pretty groundbreaking for 2000 with glitchy synths and a lot of vocal effects that make it a pretty fun listen. 7/10

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Thu Jan 04 2024
4

I don't think I've heard any of these songs before. Typical of Madonna, it shows an artist who is always willing to try new things, experiment, and create. Although it's outside the scope of music I typically focus on, it's quite good. She always is. (Side Note: it's awful to see the way people talk about her. I know I should let it roll off me, but it's easy to see how the negative things people say would never be brought up if she were a man. She's as tough and brave as they come.)

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Sat Jan 13 2024
4

4.0 - I always felt this record dwelled in “Ray of Light”‘s shadow, the more “serious” of the two projects. I’ve changed my mind. “ROL” finds Madonna clinging desperately to relevance with her late-to-the-party rave anthems mixed with yoga-inflected wisdom, offering incantations to a “zephyr in the sky.” Yawn. This record, on the other hand, shows a quirkier Madonna stripped of these pretensions, ready to hang. Sonically, “Music” has aged far better. I like the glitchy, hyperpoppy elements that remind me of “100 gecs.” As is often the case with Madonna, you still get some schlocky philosophizing on clichés and truisms (e.g., “nobody’s perfect”) but she balances that with a pre-#MeToo ballad about the female struggle that resonates (“What It Feels Like For A Girl”). My only real gripe is that the record ends on a melancholy note and I would’ve loved more of side A’s frenetic energy to send this off.

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Tue Jan 16 2024
4

"Music" is the eighth studio album by American singer Madonna. In reponse to the pop chart dominance of acts such as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, Madonna collaborated with Mirwais Ahmadzi and William Orbit to go in a more experimental direction. The album incorporates elements of house, funk, country and folk into the overall dance-pop and electronica styles. It worked as the album hit #1 in 15 countries including the US and UK. There are overall themes of partying and love differing from her previous album "Ray of Light" which was more introspective. Critically, the album had mostly positive reviews. The self-titled song "Music" opens up with a vocoder. It then kicks in with a funky beat and synth. The beat continues with strange synth sounds. She just wants to dance with her baby. "impressive Instant" takes the dance music to the club level. A deeper bass and beat. Synth space sounds. More use of the vocoder...almost stepping into Daft Punk territory. A love at first sight song. Slow synth keys begin "Amazing." The music kicks in. A echoing, reverbing guitar and prominent bass. Electronic beats. Great, haunting guitar breaks reminding me of David Bowie. My favorite song on the album. An acoustic guitar starts and stops and starts begins "Don't Tell Me." Country meets electronica here. An electric drum backbeat. Strings are added. She urges her lover to stop controlling her. Why not venture into the ambient and that is what she does in "What It Feels Like to be a Girl." An ambient synth melody and underlying electronic beats. The ambience builds. She condemns male chauvinism and urges men to imagine themselves as a girl. This is a very, very good album. Not one song really fits into any one category. There's funk mixed with club dance, both rock and country with electronica and even the ballads have dance/electronica elements. A very high production level as one would expect. I didn't hear one song not worth a listen. A strong recommendation.

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Wed Jan 17 2024
4

Really nice pop album. Showcases Madonna's evolution into modern pop while still having her signature melodic voice and upset songs.

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Sun Jan 21 2024
4

Ehhh discazo realmente, es la primera vez que escucho a Madonna más a fondo.

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Mon Jan 22 2024
4

'Music' tanta roba. In generale non mi dispiace lo stile disco-pop di questo album, anzi! Svolta un po' country, comunque piacevole su 'i deserved'. Con anche 'American Pie' diventa un ottimo ascolto.

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Wed Jan 24 2024
4

I've always liked Madonna. Soft spot for this one. Newly wed, we had the cassete in the car an the cd at home. Love the rhythm (and sound) of the bass in Amazing. Not on this album, the single Beautiful Stranger came out similar time - great pop track.

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Thu Jan 25 2024
4

Fashion show runway music, highly produced, voice autotuned like a robot, but classic.

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Fri Jan 26 2024
4

I would never have sought this out but I super dug it! It’s a terrific compilation of pop and electronic. Madonna keeping it fun and relevant through a strong career arc.

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Sun Jan 28 2024
4

I certainly haven't listened to everything Madonna, but I think this might be my favorite now. The pop plus some folk/country at points. This kind a felt fresh in some ways, and certainly did back then as I loved Music and Don't Tell Me. Listening to this album for the first time, there were many other tracks I liked too like Nobody's Perfect, What It Feels Like For a Girl, and Gone.

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Wed Feb 07 2024
4

She's the queen of pop. A lot of this electropop is well ahead of it's time.

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Fri Feb 09 2024
4

This is around the time I stopped listening to Madonna as much because her early aughts evolution was a bit jarring to me at the time (though I LOVED Ray of Light). I know the hits from this album, but I really enjoyed it as a full listen. Amazing is a great song I wasn’t familiar with. She really layers a lot of funky and interesting beats and sound effects throughout these songs. It’s a bit more forgettable than her 80s catalog, but still a good Madonna time. Queen’s gonna queen.

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Fri Feb 09 2024
4

I’m a little surprised that this Madonna album is on the list. There are 4 or 5 true classics from her and this one doesn’t measure up to them. That being said, this is still a very good album, and possibly great if you take off the more embarrassing moments, like the “Beautiful Stranger” retread of “Amazing”, and the career low point of “Nobody’s Perfect”, which became the template for her next album, the still awful “American Life”. This is also the point where she became obsessed with autotune bullshit, which completely ruins vocals 9 times out of 10 to my ears. It doesn’t sound futuristic anymore. It’s a lazy studio trick (that many use to mask the fact that they can’t actually sing, except Madonna has proven that she really can sing so it’s pointless) showcasing a lack of ideas and pointing out that she is no longer driving ahead of the curve, but following others. I’m a super Madonna fan from everything she put out between her 1983 self titled debut album and 1994’s “Bedtime Stories”. Pure magical brilliance. I can more than tolerate 1998’s “Ray of Light”, and this record. Beyond this, it becomes a wasteland of overestimating relevance with a few moments of being good but never truly great again.

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Wed Feb 14 2024
4

This album immiedieteely hooked me with it's techno/trance-esque production and fun, anthem-like lyrics. Runaway Lover especially was just a blast. Starting with I Deserve It, the album took an odd turn into this country inspired pop territory. I wasn't a fan, save for the percussion being wicked tight and reminded me of trap beats. After a short dip into generic pop land, we're back into this odd, spacey auto tune slow jam with Nobody's Perfect. This album is at it's best when it's less Sheryl Crow and more Bjork. Also, probably the best version of American Pie I can think of.

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Wed Feb 14 2024
4

Overall it's a really good album.

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Fri Feb 16 2024
4

I enjoyed this album - to songs, the mood the production. Didn't really listen to it at the time, but appreciate it now.

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Sun Feb 18 2024
4

I went into this only knowing the song "Music" - I really enjoyed this album apart from the last song which is a truly unnecessary cover of "American Pie". The rest of the songs are experimental electronic pop gems that range from club bangers like "Impressive Instant" and "Runaway Lover" to slow jams like "Paradise (Not For Me)" and country samplers like "Don't Tell Me", "Amazing" mixes house beats with surfed out guitar.

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Thu Mar 28 2024
4

The singles are unreal from this album - Music and Dont Tell Me especially are both still bangers in their different ways. I definitely don't like or love all tracks on the album, bit of a mix bag but interesting all the same - prefer the slower ones like I Deserve It and What It Feels Like For A Girl rather than dance tracks.

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Thu Mar 28 2024
4

3.8 - actually liked this a lot more than beyond light.

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Mon Apr 01 2024
4

Yes. Of course I'm a sucker for Madonna. It seems like I'm a 4-star girly on this platform. I enjoyed myself just fine with this album. Not as good as Confessions on a Dancefloor of course, but a fun listen anyways.

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Fri Apr 19 2024
4

It’s Madonna. Of course it is good. Quite a few memorable hits including on of my favorite Madonna songs, “Nobody’s Perfect.” 4/5

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Thu May 02 2024
4

A surprisingly good album and love Mirwais’ contribution. It’s very clear eyed and stark in its intention to be a good pop album, and it hits all the right marks - well balanced, not too long and with a few good modernish Madonna hits.

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Fri May 03 2024
4

very good album showcasing Madonna's ability to stay relevant and unique.

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