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Confessions On A Dance Floor (12 Reg. Tracks)

14 Nov 2005 | Format: MP3

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5:14
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  • Original Release Date: 14 Nov 2005
  • Release Date: 14 Nov 2005
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Copyright: 2005 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the U.S.
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  • Total Length: 55:57
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  • ASIN: B001F3KSEE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (196 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 7,023 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Atli Hafsteinsson on 3 May 2009
Format: Audio CD
...that's the best word I can find to describe Madonna's futuristic techno-dance effort. It's one of those albums that I live for discovering. Confessions on a Dance Floor is its own little musical universe, where the music flows through you like fire and each song connects so seamlessly to the other that I forget that I'm listening to songs at all. With tempestuous melodies, sounds and beats, this high-charged, all-enveloping musical experience is in my opinion one of Madonna's most recognisable and breathtaking works; an unforgettable sonic journey. Were fire made into music, it would sound something like this.

Madonna and Stuart Price made something truly magical come to life here. Listening to this album for the first time challenged my notion to what an album is supposed to be. Confessions on a Dance Floor is as close as I have dared hope for an album to become something truly spectacular as a whole. Just try to separate the song order, or to insert a silence - you can't do it. The whole album would fall apart. It's all produced as a whole, and this gives the album added character. The sleeve is the perfect hint at the beauty and passion of the music it adorns. The art direction was great.

The music is fantastic. It's electrical and riveting, full of energy and zest, and I don't just mean in the catchy department. This is thoughtful and moving music in its own right; it's music you actually would like to hear pop up on a dance playlist, something you look forward to hearing. The album's hits need no introduction. Check out Stuart Price's version of Cornershop's "Sleep on the Left Side" to see what he's capable of doing with already existing material. "Hung Up" will make even more sense then, and the extended version on the album is far better than the truncated radio edit.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By "katya_1978" on 23 Nov 2005
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I have never been a huge fan of Madonna, take her or leave her to be honest. OK so Vogue & Like a prayer re-kindle fond memories from my childhood but that is about it. As for her recent albums, Ray of Light and American Life almost missed my radar completely!
But Confessions on a Dancefloor has left me a little gobsmacked. Madonna has returned to what she always did best (even if I hadn't noticed until now!), disco. And not just your bog standard "down the local club on a friday night" kinda stuff, but original & catchy songs that keep on coming. Forbidden Love is not to dissimilar to some of Air's songs, hints of the Petshop Boys can be heard in "Jump", and is that a Donna Summer sample in "Future Lovers"?
Highly Reccomended.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By I. Kelly on 30 Nov 2005
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Most people here have been slagging this album - why? This is what she does best. A solid slab of 80's disco, beautifully produced, infinately listenable.
She's revisted her roots and sliced some Kabala in here too. Great album, deserves to number one for at least 3 months, or until everyone has bought it.
BTW, I am not a hardcore Madonna fan.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Captain Pugwash on 6 May 2009
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Madonna's latest LP once again proves her critics wrong; yes it's lyrically shallow, yes it's never going to be called a classic by the music press, but this collection of hi-energy dance tunes is a salutary lesson to those young pretenders out to steal Madge's crown as Queen of pop - there's life in the controversial old dog yet (no offence Guy). Ray of Light was a thoughtful move into a more contemporary sound, and to my mind remains Madonna's best album to date, however 'Confessions...' runs it a close second, with the ABBA sampling belter 'Hung Up' and the Pet Shop Boys produced 'Sorry' arguably its highlights. The whole CD though is top-notch, and although she may be nearing fifty, Madonna remains the only artist who can reach middle-age and still pull off THAT leotard.
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Fiona Simpson on 23 Nov 2005
Format: Audio CD
Beware you might not get this album off your cd player for a few weeks and will find yourself dancing when you really should be doing other stuff. Absolutely loving this album, every single track, gets better and better with each listen, great dance/trance beats and its only lost a star because there are a few dodgy lyrics which make me cringe but that doesn't stop it being brilliant.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D. A. Bradshaw on 23 Jan 2008
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I write this review, just after a year after it's release, and why you might ask? Well the answer is simply that this is an album you will never get bored with and will remain a Madonna classic in many years to come.
One thing people should reaLise about Madonna is that she is not one of those artists who makes an album where you'd only choose the best few to put on your ipod, the album tracks are equally as good as the singles, particularly 'Isaac' and 'Let It Will Be' which was wasted as a B-side to 'Sorry'

A MUST HAVE IN YOUR COLLECTION.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By G Salmons on 31 Dec 2005
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Madonna. I mean she's not very de riguer is she? It's not cool to listen to Madonna is it? I mean it's all that Pappa don't preach kinda stuff isn't it?
Wrong.
Don't let your expectations of this artist colour your expectations of this disc.
From the first track to the last Madonna demonstrates her maturity, growth and connection to mainstream demand for music. This album is beautifully crafted, and will have you nodding your head, tapping your feet or just dancin for no reason from the moment you start to play it. There are no ballads, there are just strong melodies, stonking base lines and a superb elektro funk production that leaves you wanting for nothing.
Madonna's life is also crafted in to the album; as well the lyrical content to "How High" and "Like it or not", listen out for semitic melodies that creep into 'Sorry' and form 'Isaac' echoing her Kaballah interest.
Simply a must have.
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