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LADY GAGA came to prominence following the release of her debut studio album The Fame (2008), which sold over 15 million copies worldwide. Her contributions to the music industry have garnered her numerous achievements including five Grammy Awards amongst fifteen nominations, thirteen MTV Video Music Awards amongst twenty-six nominations, and the estimated sale of 24 million albums and 90 ... Read more in Amazon's Lady Gaga Store

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  • Vinyl (18 Feb. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: Polydor Group
  • ASIN: B00EW9GQTY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (362 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 35,369 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Aura
2. Venus
3. G.U.Y.
4. Sexxx Dreams
5. Jewels N' Drugs (Feat. T.I., Too Short and Twista)
6. Manicure
7. Do What U Want (Feat. R. Kelly)
8. Artpop
9. Swine
10. Donatella
11. Fashion!
12. Mary Jane Holland
13. Dope
14. Gypsy
15. Applause

Product Description

Third studio album by the American recording artist. Featuring the top ten singles 'Applause' and 'Do What U Want', the album debuted at #1 in the UK Albums Chart.

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4.2 out of 5 stars

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By james rowell on 11 Jan. 2014
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Well it's different, it's strange and yet after many repeat plays I find it compelling listening.
Vocally i hear flashbacks to such vocals as far back as Lene Lovitch and Hazel O'Connor,(Applause).
Fashion is a pure Madonna 'Holiday' , Artpop is just the best track, Aura the second. The only track I avoid is 'Jewels and Drugs', just not my thing.
Genius or a complete loon I don't know! However it's better than most the squeaky dull pop that is around. Enjoy it, it's worth it.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tom Hughes on 3 Aug. 2014
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This is easily Lady Gaga's most complex and satisfying release to date, that came as a total surprise to me because like many others I considered that "Born this way" was dreadful.

Things do not start off well as the album has a messy feel that feels overtly familiar to Madonna's dreadful MDNA album. In fact, it was this belief that put me off buying this album until almost a year after release. Even then it took many listens to appreciate the hooks and the album as a whole creation.

The songs Aura and Venus are taken individually sound quirky but not particularly catchy or well written. GaGa herself claimed this was designed to be a more immature, lighter and more hedonistic album, so while this is true it does lack any meaningful substance in the song writing.

What makes this album a winner though is that is manages to take the fairly tired genre of synth driven pop music to some very interesting new places. G.U.Y has a similar synth beat to "Bad Romance" but has an oriental, exotic feel to it. Her vocals are on top form here, straddling the fine line between aggressive and bouncy without sounding harsh.

The most instantly appealing song remains the fantastic "Do what you want" with a song stealing performance from R Kelly, who is simply on superb form. Again, the synth baseline is infectious and really bounces the song along. Same goes for "Sexxx dreams" that uses a Prince style Korg synth to great effect.

I never liked lead single applause, that is simply GAGA at her self indulgent worst with droning vocals that never stimulate any interest. It is as bad as the album gets in my view, "Jewels n drugs" is perhaps the blandest song on the album but is tolerable as a welcome turn into hip hop.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew London on 5 Feb. 2014
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unlike the last album which i loved instantly then grew tired of, this album takes several plays to start the tracks worming their way into your head, certainly worth the time investment
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By TechBajan on 23 Aug. 2014
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While I've always listened to Lady Gaga's tunes on the radio, I'd never felt compelled to buy any of her albums... until now.

I first heard Venus whilst listening to a streaming service and heard Applause a few times on the radio so I decided to check out some of the other songs on the album to see if they were any good. I instantly fell in love with Do What You Want, Aura and G.U.Y. The album was recently on special so I bought it. Since then, I've listened to the whole album multiples times, sometimes on repeat and love all, except Jewels N Drugs.

Overall, I can't fault this album. I think it really shows Lady Gaga is not just a musician who can make chart-topping hits but who can create art, whether it charts or not!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By AyJay TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 9 Feb. 2014
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ARTPOP is the third studio album by American recording artist Lady Gaga, and was released in November 2013 by Streamline and Interscope Records. It debuted at number one in around ten countries, including the UK and America. It entered the top ten in some twenty other countries.

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Gaga began planning the project way back in 2011 [shortly after the launch of her second studio album Born This Way]. The majority of the song writing and recording took place over 2012, and into 2013, after Gaga was forced to cancel her Born This Way Ball after breaking her hip. During her recovery from surgery Gaga became addicted to drugs, which helped her get relief from the pain of surgery and also to cope with her depression stemming from her forced sabbatical and other personal issues, so there is a bit of darkness in ARTPOP too.

Artpop has been described by Gaga as "a dance record that begs for soul + creativity during a passionless age. Finding passion in plastic. Putting Art into PopMusic". She has also called ARTPOP a "celebration and a poetic musical journey" and an exploration of the "reverse Warholian" phenomenon in pop culture. Apparently ARTPOP's calling card is that it displays an intentional "lack of maturity and responsibility" in comparison to her previous work.

Lady Gaga, and her long-time friend Paul "DJ White Shadow" Blair are the main writers and producers on the album. Other track producers and writers include Zedd Hugo, Leclercq, Nick Monson, Rick Rubin, Giorgio Tuinfort, Dino Zisis, Infected Mushroom, will.i.am, and David Guetta. The lyrical themes revolve around her personal views of fame, love, sex, feminism, self-empowerment, overcoming addiction, and reactions to media scrutiny.
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By S. Halbert on 18 Jan. 2014
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Lady Gaga was a bit tedious with this album. Anyone who follows her on Twitter/Facebook will be familiar with her vexatious posts to the tune of "I sung the songs until they became me and then I started recording" and propagandising ArtPop all over the shop like it was the revelation we had all been waiting for and the second coming of music. Whatever, Gaga, whatever. At the end of the day, you're only making music, you're not finding the cure for cancer.

That being said, the album is bloody fabulous. Whilst Gaga herself would have you believe that this is the most historical piece of music ever to stroke the world's ears, her fans would nod along "ok love, you tell yourself that" and see it for exactly what it is; a great pop album. Nothing more, nothing less.

You have to give it a few listens. When I first listened to it, it seemed clunky. There was a huge mish-mash of instruments, music, and vocals and I felt quite overwhelmed. But the more you listen to it the more the songs start to separate and become their own pieces of pop music and then, all of a sudden after about 4 listens, the album as a whole does its Mother Monster proud and showcases song after song of pure pop genius.

The weakest songs for me are the singles Applause and Venus (was that even a single? She spoke about it being a single for ages but I can't recall it ever being one). Venus is a bit baby-ish. It doesn't have the same sophisticated production as the rest of the album. It's Lady Gaga's first attempt at producing something completely on her own and it shows. It's a good effort though. Applause is a great song, but it's the pretentious lyrics that absolutely nobody could ever relate to other than Gaga herself.
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