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The Fame Monster

4 Oct 2011 | Format: MP3

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4:54
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4:34
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4:09
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4:30
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4:48
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3:40
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3:54
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3:40
Disc 2
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4:02
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3:36
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3:28
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3:57
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3:22
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2:55
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3:37
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2:52
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3:42
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3:21
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4:23
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4:03
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4:14
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3:41
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3:04

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  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Polydor Associated Labels
  • Copyright: (C) 2009 Interscope Records
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  • Total Length: 1:31:16
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  • ASIN: B002WYEVPC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (245 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 376 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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92 of 98 people found the following review helpful By Happy Andy on 27 Feb 2010
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Why would a 55 year old man be interested in the music of Lady Gaga.
Simple really, I like good music and The Fame Monster is one of the best albums I've heard in a long time. There is not a bad track on the album and Gagas range of musical talents is displayed to the full and believe me, she IS talented.
If this had been available 30 years ago during the vinyl era, mine would have been worn out by now.
An absolutely brilliant CD.
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27 of 31 people found the following review helpful By David in Herts on 6 Feb 2010
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It's easy to see why Lady Gaga has become the pop phenomenon she has in 2009. This album is packed with great pop songs - songs you find yourself singing along with when they're on the radio or playing on your iPod. If you're after something really deep and meaningful and off the wall then this probably isn't for you. If you like songs with a tune, then it definitely is. 24 catchy songs with no duds and no filler. It is a great album.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By An Avid Reader on 26 Jan 2010
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Having seen - but not heard - Lady Gaga, I had assumed she was all style & no substance. Then I came across Speechless, which left me exactly that... I googled it and was amazed it was by LGG, & even more moved when I read the story behind the lyrics. Some say Speechless is not typically LGG. I would say that her style is so eclectic as to make that statement irrelevant. To me, the common denominators across all the tracks are stunning lyrics and an amazing voice - and by those criteria, Speechless is absolutely typical. Love this album - a quirky, stylish, intelligent mix of upbeat toe-tappers and cries from the heart. Making it my mission to spread the word among fellow oldies!!
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Merge on 18 Nov 2009
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This album has definitely lived up to my expectations! Found Lady GaGa around the time Poker Face was released, so have been following her career for 7-8 months, and I have to say while The Fame is a fantastic album, The Fame Monster for me gives the listener the FULL experience of Lady GaGa.

Disc 1 - 8 new tracks, including her recently released Bad Romance, and following singles Alejandro and Dance In The Dark.

Disc 2 - The Fame album.

Lady GaGa has been in the public's consciousness for what seems a lifetime, in actual fact it's been around a year! Long blonde wigs, unique sound, VERY unique style, outrageous costumes on stage - that's what Disc 2 stands for, whereas for me Disc 1 shows you the inner workings behind GaGa; all her fears, her inner "Monsters" that she's encountered on her rise to fame.

Below is a synopsis of each song, for me I'd love to see this album do well, but like her video for Bad Romance, some people see her as "too out there" and "wacky for no real reason," this album for me is an instant hit, but the listener does need to go into it with an open mind...

Bad Romance - where do I start with this one? Very contagious, when I first downloaded it I had it on loop, have had it on my computer for two weeks now and in total have played it on iTunes over 200 times [probably a lot more on my iPod but...] the video is just fantastic, the dance routines, the costumes, the idea behind it; fantastic! The song itself, I think it kicks off the idea of the fame MONSTER very well, in a way it's like Paparazzi with the whole obsession idea "I want your psycho/your vertigo stick... I want your horror/I want your design/cuz you're a criminal as long as you're mine" even the idea of a BAD romance...
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By R. Heinecke on 15 Nov 2009
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Although I'm usually not a fan of re-releases, GaGa was right when she said that this was basically a new album. The new 8-track Monster disc shows a whole new side to GaGa and is well worth the purchase even for owners of the original version of 'The Fame'

'Bade Romance', 'Telephone' and 'Alejandro' are amazing new additions to the album.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Mark S. Penrice on 25 Mar 2014
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Right, it's almost cliché to hate on The Gaga, and admitting to enjoying the album will do absolutely nothing for my street cred, but... I've bought this album twice, now. The second time because the discs for the first one went missing (but oddly, not the box), before I was even able to back it up. Thankfully the replacement was rather cheaper than the original, and I didn't even have to resort to downloading.

Neither part of this double album is perfect, there's some definite filler that you'll skip almost every time, but you'll easily find yourself bopping (ahem) to more than just the biggest hits extracted from it - although heaven knows there's a lot of THOSE. Pretty much every single that LG is famous for, bar a couple of lucky escapees from Born This Way, can be found within this one box, almost like a Greatest Hits fait accompli, accompanied by some other surprises.

The weirdest thing is her range. There's the mass market electro pop that she's best known for, some strange bubblegum J-pop esque stuff that probably worked a lot better in the far east, a couple ballads and even a brush with some Nashville-ish country numbers. Having only heard the radio hits before the drunken culprits who brainwashed me into buying the thing did an evil thing - shoving £5 into a jukebox and putting the whole thing (most especially the Ace Of Base inspired Alejandro) on constant repeat to the chagrin of the country pub we'd landed up in - it was quite the pleasant surprise.

It's rather like Abba, in a way, or a twisted version of Queen. Maybe Madonna would be closest, not only because of the obvious visual similarities in her costumes and outre sexuality, but also the fairly large slice of knowing / self aware humour and sheer cheek of some of the censor-baiting lyrics.
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