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  • Vinyl (2 Dec. 2016)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B01MSFF1CM
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  Mini-Disc  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (152 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 223,850 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Madonna is undoubtedly the best female artist in history. She is still light-years ahead of the wannabes like Kylie Minogue.Following the Something To Remember album, critics said Madge was done with, a no-hoper trying to recapture the glory days . But with Ray of Light and this, she proved them all wrong. This album can't beat Ray of Light but what can? Madonna's music has changed again, this time to garage/dance/pop grooves, shown in the title track and the brilliant Impressive Instant, which has got to be the next single! The album is not all up-tempo as someone who had only heard the singles would think, but Madonna manages to mix brilliant mid-tempo (my fave song off the album, Don't Tell Me, and the new single, What It Feels Like For A Girl), up-tempo (Impressive Instant, Music, Runaway Lover, Amazing) and down-tempo (the fantastic Gone, I Deserve It), all in all which combines to make the best album from any artist in 2000, and one of Madonna's best ever albums. 10/10!!
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Madonna returned in late 2000 with this superb effort, following on from the critically-acclaimed and grammy award winning success of what is still possibly her greatest album yet, Ray Of Light (1998).

The album would be titled Music and would again offer the sound of the future and continued in a vaguely similar format to Ray Of Light. Madonna worked with a multiple number of producers on this project which included William Orbit (who also co-produced Ray Of Light), Mirwais Ahmadzai, Guy Sioworth and Mark "Spike" Stent. Music, offered another set of a diverse range of tracks that were both adventurous and compelling which has always been the genius of Madonna as she still never ceases to amaze and surprise. Madonna has always had that uncanny ability to be experimental and creative and still always come out on top.

The title track, Music is a monster dance-floor filler. Containing a swirling electronic pop-funk vibe, Madonnas playful delivery gives startling ignition to this slick offering that caught onto the public like a magnet. Unsurprisingly and very deservedly, Music became a cross-Atlantic chart-topper.

Impressive Instant is another startling and mesmerising tune with its strikingly synthesised effects and driving grooves. Would have made a perfect choice for release as a single as this would undoubtedly have been another monster hit.

Runaway Lover, is a mid-tempo dance number that contains another series of bizarre, synchronised sounds thats still vastly origanal and highly inventive with its unique musical arrangements. Actually Runaway Lover does admitedly sound like a left-over track from Ray Of Light, but still is utterly impressive.
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Mad Maddie's back with an album that just surpasses her previous offering, Ray Of Light. Music is full of positive upbeat tunes sure to get you dancing and the odd ballad here and there. Here's a track-by-track review;
1. Music - The No.1 single is one of the highlights. An electro funk tune with echoes of underground dance music. 2. Impressive Instant - Well produced slice of dance pop with catchy hook and lyrics (the memorable "I like to singy singy singy like a bird on a wingy wingy wingy"). 3. Runaway Lover - Should be the next single, a William Orbit track not too disimilar from Ray Of Light but better! 4. I Deserve It - Dedicated to hubby Guy Ritchie, this wonderful ballad sees Madge accompanied by acoustic guitar. Perfect! 5. Amazing - Similar to Beautiful Stranger, this 60s influenced slice of upbeat pop isn't one of the strongest tracks but could end up a party fave. 6. Nobody's Perfect - Yet another highlight. The vocoder is used to full effect, while the production is wonderful. Quality! 7. Don't Tell Me - Funky mid-tempo track, a bit more chilled out. 8. What It Feels Like For A Girl - Rumour has it this is going to be the next single but it's probably my least fave song on here. Not terrible, though, but nothing new and a bit bland... 9. Paradise (Not For Me) - An epic six minute musical highpoint where Madge tells us she can't remember when she was young. The string arrangement is beautiful and the end result is very spooky! 10. Gone - A fine track with a memorable first line - "Selling out is just not my thing". It certainly isn't... 11. American Pie - Cheeky but class! The No.1 cover ends things nicely...
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In "I Deserve It", Madonna takes pause to reflect on the current state of her "Music": "Many roads I have traveled/fallen down along the way/many hearts, many years have unraveled/leading up to today/and I thank you/".
Madonna and her creative-not to mention personal-trajectory has led us to this place in 'Music"-her eighth studio release-where the icon comes full-circle relying often on the precepts of her earlier work to chart a course through this most understated, post-modern, minimalist, and intimately candid work of her career that at the same time will prove most challenging to her fans who will see Mo in a new 'light'.
No other Madonna album so aptly follows its predecessor as "Music" does on the heels of "Ray of Light". The critically acclaimed '98 set was itself stylistically a giant leap from '94's "Bedtime Stories", the set on which Madonna began to once again delve into contemporary electronica-on tracks "Sanctuary" and "Bedtime Story". Seldom had so intimate a portrait of the artist been delivered until "Inside of Me"; though direct and unabashedly simple, it was itself a milestone track in that it merged her old-school simplicity with current trends in electronica.
Not since the eponompusly titled debut, had she come across so uncomplicated and sincere. In terms of musical direction, however, Madonna has always been the chameleon. Though on some level, there was a always a logical progression from one release to the subsequent one sonically, there was never a clearly definitive "Madonna" sound that carried from one Madonna album to the next-the matters that make the artist's work more profound and legendary.
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