Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Madonna has a little message to her "Fans" combing through the Celebration Greatest Hits and picking it apart...

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Don't believe the bad internet hype that is so commonplace today. Madonna - Celebration Greatest Hits is FANTASTIC on every level. Buy your copy and enjoy 36 of the greatest pop records ever recorded!!! And for USA residents, get ready for September 29th!!!

9 comments:

  1. I adore Madonna, but what about the horrid editing in "Revolver"? At then end of that douche bag's rap, it just cuts off...very demo like

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  2. I think this post was for Justin! I'm only kidding. I can certainly call Madonna "on her shit" with many things (some movies, songs, quotes) but the truth is what she means to her fans outweighs a bad edit. I'll be honest, I am not a fan of Its So Cool. It's 2 glow sticks and a queer away from a circuit party circa the 90's. Plus, its Hey You and Triggering all over again. I think they are all one song, actually. At any rate, real Madonna fans all have our complaints - some more than others - and we are welcome to walk away and no longer be that fan if the editing of a song or a really bad song really bugs us. Me? I choose to stay. Although it has always been about the music for me, I grew up with her like most of you. And it's nothing but pure love for her...even when its hard to do so.

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  4. MADONNA FANS: Before you throw the stones at me and excommunicate me, I meant "Keep The Trance" and not "Triggering." Ha ha...Triggering is actually my favorite unreleased bonus track (minus the rap!) I know, I know...Buster...SHUT THE FUCK UP!

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  5. I don't understand about the cd edition (some songs) e the Justify My Love censored. It's a sad celebration.

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  6. I could be wrong but from what I read, there are 2 versions of the DVD. There is a censored version of the video where they black bar the tits on the girl in the video. My understanding is that there is an uncensored version. Apparently, there is no special footage to the video either as promised. I don't know this for sure, it's floating around from someone who has seen a version of the DVD (probably not from the US).

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  7. It might have to do with the different rating systems that vary by country.

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  8. imagine the complaints of You Can Dance if the Internet had been around. :lol:

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  9. Ha ha...I know it! I think it's just that queens get bitchier as they get older! LOL! I never complained growing up before the internet...I always felt excited anytime something was released. Honestly, I wish for the day with no internet. Waiting for the release date, all the anticipation, going to the record store before it opened, getting the new record in all formats, asking management for the poster, going home to my room and closing the door, being very careful with opening the new album, putting it on the record player, getting the lyrics out and inspecting the entire packaging, singing along with the lyric sheet, and listening to it NON STOP! I WISH for the days with no internet. Don't get me wrong, I love getting all this unreleased material, knowing about a projects details months in advance, and getting the best tickets to her shows. But because of internet and technology itself, the excitement has been lost. I still get excited for release dates however if you grew up in the 80's, you know what I'm talking about.

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