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The Confessions Tour - Live from London (CD+DVD) Explicit Lyrics

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'The pop spectacle of the year, a politically charged combination of Cirque du Soleil, performance-art commentary and dance-party explosion that more or less sums up everything she has been striving to say and show this decade it's quite possibly the best production she's ever concocted.' (Orange County Register) The first-ever broadcast network performance by superstar Madonna, which aired the night before Thanksgiving last year, is now available in a CD+DVD package that adds bonus behind-the-scenes footage. The Confessions Tour, filmed at London's Wembley Arena during her worldwide sold-out 25-city Confessions Tour (2006's top-grossing tour world-wide), features songs from throughout the dance diva's career but largely focuses on her latest studio album, Confessions On A Dance Floor, which debuted #1 in the U.S. and is approaching 8 million copies sold around the world. The Confessions Tour, a stunning tour de force from the most popular female performer in music, must be seen to be believed. The DVD features the complete 2-hour concert, including the uncensored version of Live To Tell plus four songs that didn't air on television.

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The world can't get enough of Madonna, and with CD/DVD sets like The Confessions Tour dropping regularly, it's little wonder why. As a thrower of fantasy dance parties, she is peerless. As a physical role model for the 40-ish women who grew up on her music, she rules. And as an arbiter of what's going to sound shockingly original in any given decade--well, duh. The Confessions Tour rounds up songs from way back--"Ray of Light" and "La Isla Bonita" make the DVD, and "Lucky Star" and "Like a Virgin" are on the CD as well as the DVD--but this concert, filmed in 2006 at London's Wembley Arena, aims its sturdiest spotlight on Confessions on a Dance Floor, Madge's 2005 disco disc. You could argue, then, that unless you're in it for the sheer DVD spectacle (and what a spectacle it is), there's no sense in owning this package. Only you wouldn't be right. Because as any on-the-ball Madonna fan knows, what she's doing musically is telling a story--you may already know the characters, but that doesn't mean she hasn't completely reworked the plot. To that end, "I Love New York" gets its rock on, "Let It Will Be" has a musical temper tantrum, and "Hung Up" goes for the drama queen award. You've heard these songs before, but you've never heard them quite like this, to borrow a bad informercial phrase. As twisted and hopped-up as they've become, they're all worth getting to know again. --Tammy La Gorce

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. "Future Lovers/I Feel Love"
  2. "Like A Virgin"
  3. "Jump"
  4. "Confessions"
  5. ."Isaac"
  6. "Sorry"
  7. "Sorry (Remix)"
  8. "I Love New York"
  9. "Let It Will Be"
  10. "Music Inferno"
  11. ."Erotica"
  12. "Lucky Star"
  13. "Hung Up"

Disc: 2

  1. "Future Lovers/I Feel Love"
  2. "Get Together"
  3. "Like A Virgin"
  4. "Jump"
  5. "Confessions"
  6. "Live to Tell"
  7. "Forbidden Love"
  8. ."Isaac"
  9. "Sorry"
  10. ."Like It Or Not"
  11. "Sorry (Remix)"
  12. "I Love New York"
  13. "Ray of Light"
  14. "Let It Will Be"
  15. "Drowned World/Substitute For Love"
  16. "Paradise (Not For Me)"
  17. "Music Inferno"
  18. ."Erotica"
  19. ."La Isla Bonita"
  20. "Lucky Star"
  21. "Hung Up"


Product Details

  • Audio CD (January 30, 2007)
  • Parental Advisory ed. edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B000KGGLCU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (296 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,427 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Despite all the haters out there this was one of the best Madonna tours ever. Madonna described the tour as "turning the world into a giant dance floor". The show is divided into four separate acts with different themes: Equestrian, Urban Bedouin, Glam Punk and Disco Fever. Madonna's Confessions Tour was a concert tour organized to support the album Confessions on a Dance Floor and set the record for the top-grossing tour ever by a female artist. The tour grossed more than $194.8 million with a total of 60 shows and 1.2 million people in paid attendance through North America, Europe, and Japan. Despite the U.S. lack of good taste in music and by refusing to give her radio play for her Confessions CD, she still managed to gross more than $80 million for the U.S. shows alone throughout the summer. In The U.S. her confessions tour instantly became the highest grossing summer tour of the year 2006. The tour has generated international controversy due to its use of Christian religious symbols. While singing "Live to Tell", Madonna hangs from a mirrored cross wearing a crown of thorns around her head. Christian, Jewish and Muslim groups in North America and Europe came together to criticize what they saw as Madonna's exploitation of "sacred" Christian symbols and labeled the show as blasphemous even though they never saw the show. Madonna brought more than just the Devil out in some of these Christians and other religious groups. A 63-year-old Dutch priest was even arrested when he decided to make a confession of his own when he confessed to making a hoax bomb threat in an attempt to stop her concert.Read more ›
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Because I only have 'Drowned World Tour' on DVD and nothing else (concert-wise), I wanted to have `TCT' to see for myself, what it was all about. My best friend attended the Montreal show and loved it. I never attended a Madonna concert and am very happy to own this item. Won't go into great detail regarding what should've been on it and what not. What I will say is that Madonna looks and sounds just as good as she did back in the beginning. She moves far better than anyone half her age, and her voice is fresh and vibrant as ever. I always admired Madonna for her "bad girl" image, but have a whole new appreciation for her since buying the "I'm Going to tell you a secret" and `TCT' CD & DVDs. Only negative comment I have is this: Perhaps yes, the CD should've had more material on it? Perhaps an unreleased bonus track or two?

Madonna's personality on and offstage is remarkable and her costumes this time around are fab and the dancers and choreography are incredible. This truly is a 'Show' and not a concert. I did want to mention something: The voice in the intro of "Sorry" does sound a lot like Neil Tennant from `Pet Shop Boys', yet he's not credited anywhere in the booklet. As for the DTS 5.1 sound, I don't care, as long as I can see/hear the show, since I watch all my concert DVDs from my computer anyway. Picture/Sound quality is great. Having the DVD is all that should really matter, no? At least we got something at all, considering there wasn't an official release of `Reinvention Tour' on DVD.

Let me talk about the packaging. DVD and CD are housed inside a matte double digipack with attached booklet. The booklet (19 pages) feature lots of footage from the show, song & concert production credits and other stuff.
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I've seen Madonna's concerts over the past 20-plus years, and this woman can still dazzle the audience with her elaborate production numbers while making it look better than she did when she was in her 20's. Unlike most singers of today, Madonna has a greater challenge because her music isn't timeless. When listening to a lot of her 80's albums, some of the music sounds dated. And it would still sound dated if she hadn't put a new spin on them. The fabulous "older" songs such as "La Isla Bonita," "Erotic" and even 2000's "Music" sounded incredibly fresh because the original backing tracks were replaced with a techno backdrop of music that was alive for 2006. The two most outstanding and profoundly touching performances were "Live To Tell" and "Forbidden Love." Madonna presented the images of twelve million children in Africa that have been orphaned due to AIDS. The way she incorporated religion as well as same sex partners during "Forbidden Love" really touched my heart. Madonna had me in the palm of her hand as I found myself transfixed to the visuals, as well as her own divine way of taking over a stage and a venue of thousands of fans. The use of the '76 Trammps staple "Disco Inferno" was brilliantly executed to introduce the last act of "disco/dance" songs that she performed. As usual, Madonna is always one step ahead. What's even more amazing about her performance is the fact that she was in terrible pain throughout the entire tour because her collarbone had not completely healed from her horse riding accident last year. She refused to cut her dance numbers and went out there like a trouper.Read more ›
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