Yeah, it's not as immediately pop as Rebel Heart (which I also really liked). It feels more of an album than a collection of potential hits - if...
I love it. It's by far the most mental album Madonna's made. It's full of interesting ideas and some really lovely moments. Some the lyrics are...
'Electronic' is all my iTunes is saying.
Why, that's real pretty.
Sounds stringy enough to me.
Uniquely among her peers, she is still...
I guess one difference, aside from gender, is that Bowie, Elton and Jagger were never just about pop -- Bowie marched to his own drum, the Stones...
This is an interesting interview/profile/thing. (Great pictures too)
These are the lists to blame:
1. I Want You Back - SCARY ft Missy Elliot Spice
Yeah, but it's no 'Hanky Panky' is it?
2. I Turn to You - SPORTY
I love 'Saved'. It's a total stomper!
3. Out of Your Mind - Truesteppers & Dane Bowers ft POSH (music by sexy robots for sexy robots)
My favourites are 'Now' and 'Circles'. And 'We'd Like to Teach the World to Sing' has the most well-known hits plus a lovely mash-up of 'Georgy...
Well, I think so, but then I've loved them since I was a little kid so I can't really be objective. But I think you'll find plenty of gems on...
Gosh, I'm not sure. In the advert version of 'I'd Like to the Teach the World to Sing', "the real thing" was Coke, but I don't think they're...
4. Maybe - BABY (still, I think, my favourite Spice-related song of all)
Well, I never!
I wonder if Pearl and Barry Manilow's Lola were cousins.
5. Look at Me - GINGER
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