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Madonna relinquished unprecedented production control on Ray of Light, which resulted in the best album of her career. On Music, she does the same, dividing the CD into three distinct voices. Orbit's train-track-clacking drum loops churning under citrusy trance ("Runaway Lover" and "Amazing") shimmer for the headphone set. When Ahmadzai diverts from his pure-play French-style club burners ("Impressive Instant" and the title track), he employs several temporarily fashionable gimmicks such as vocoder effects ("Nobody's Perfect") and spacious keyboard work combined with acoustic guitar ("I Deserve It"). Lyrically, Madonna's introspection and love songs are some of her most intimate. Given the surrounding context of the album, "I Deserve It" is an outright folk song, and on "Don't Tell Me," she forgoes precisely enunciated singing for the aching plead of an emotive R&B crooner. For a second time, instead of exploiting an of-the-moment subgenre, she immortalizes it. And in doing so, she simultaneously draws massive mainstream attention to a deserving class of dance music and raises the bar for Top 40 pop. --Beth Massa
AS ALWAYS SHE DELIVERS WITH THIS ALBUM NOTHING TO BE COMPARED WITH SHES SO UNIQUE ON THIS ALBUM AS ALL HER ALBUMS ARE VERY DIFFERNT BUT EQUALLY AS GOOD AS THE NEXT SHES UNSTOPPABLE... Read morePublished 2 months ago by MICHAEL P HAYES
This version is amazing, loved the remixes the video and the spanish version of What It Feels Like for a Girl on disc 2. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Miguel M.
Not only was the case broken, but the plastic wrap was missing. The cd was fine and plays perfectly.Published 5 months ago by kimberly