Review : MADONNA - Confessions On A DanceFloor
StylusMagazineFinally... That’s what it boils down to, really: it’s about damned time she decided to burn the world’s discos out again. American Life wasn’t just a commercial failure, it out-and-out sucked, was Madonna’s worst full-length in—well, ever. She’d gotten too self-important, was doing what we thought she’d never do, seemingly believing her own press....full text
BillboardThe diva has returned to the disco. The swirling, throbbing and altogether great "Confessions on a Dance Floor" is Madonna's nonstop ecstatic cabaret. The 12-song set takes some of its musical cues from the likes of Giorgio Moroder and Richard X, though it remains thoroughly and uniquely a work of Madonna, who never gets lost in the dizzying beats and dense production. The tunes focus on self-discovery ("How High"), enlightenment ("Future Lovers," "Get Together"), empowerment ("Jump") and love ("Push")....full text
BBC MusicYou probably already know the first single "Hung Up". The album is in a similar vein; full-on dance, dark, disco, fun, big. At first it's a shock: where is the re-born English Lady? It's been an age since we listened to this kind of Madonna. Think "Vogue", "Deeper & Deeper" and "Ray of Light", instead of "Don't Tell Me" or "Nothing Fails"....full text
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