Wednesday, September 15, 2010

MTV Madonna Rockumentary


Here's the marvelous 1990 MTV Madonna Rockumentary. Thank God I saved this years ago, you can't find this shyt anywhere. I've split in in two parts. Enjoy!

Part 1

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Part 2

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15 comments:

  1. pud, there was an hour long documentary back in the spring/summer of 2002 (on A&E i believe, or it might've been the biography channel) about madonna's financial assets and her estimated total net worth (up until that time). i'm not sure if you've seen it or have heard about it, but if you can find a copy somewhere, you should post it. i remember catching about 40 minutes of it and it never re-aired (to my knowledge) and i have looked for it everywhere online with no success.

    it's a fascinating piece and i know your blog visitors/readers would find it interesting. =D

    p.s. i do remember that it was introduced by chloe sevigny and the narrator/host was british.

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  2. one of my all-time favorite madonna things to watch! i remember them showing this all the time in 1990 during that madonnathon weekend where kurt and john norris, i believe, sat in a chair in the middle of a room with big posters or standups of madonna behind them. gawd mtv was amazing back then

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  3. tony, don't forget the "no bull!" special with kurt during the making of "take a bow." my god, she looked so gorgeous that period.

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  4. Jeremy: I think you're talking about 'Madonna's Millions' from BBC2 back in 2003 I think. Was interesting hearing from close associates about how she handled her business.

    My favourite documentary is still BBC's Omnibus from December 1990.

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  5. i have so much stuff on VHS that I need to convert to DVD. this rockumentary takes me back to the days they played madonna all day long. good times!

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  6. I've never understood why she says that the first video she ever made was "Borderline." (around 8:10 in the first video)

    What about "Everybody," "Burning Up" and "Lucky Star"???

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  7. Poor Pud, he just has to keep searching into the attic for prehistoric stuff because whatever Maddie does today is so fucking boring, irrelevant and uninteresting.
    Sad

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  8. Dot dot dot shut your fucking trap and go fuck your mom LOL. Because we all know no one else will fuck you or get fucked by you. Or better yet go fuck yourself you worthless piece of shit. LOL. Damn it feels good to stomp all over shit like you. Be sure to respond back you dumb fuck.

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  9. Oh, let ... say what she wants. Madonna is 52. Gaga is 24. Let's see all the pap pics of Gaga now where she looks awful in all of them, then compare them to how Madonna looked at 24 in 1983 and see how Madonna looked then. So funny that ... thinks a 52yo woman should still look like she is in her early 20's with no flaws. almost like she is not a human being who is actually alive. so weird.

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  10. i have this too!
    another of my faves is when she goes back to all her old haunts - rehearsal spaces, local shops etc.(think it was around her ray of light period when she filmed it)

    do u have that too?

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  11. That Madonna special was fantastic. I love to watch that. I think it was called, Madonna Rising. I love it!

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  12. rl81, thanks for the program name! i still can't find it online and it drives me crazy 'cause i'd really like to see it again. and i agree, it was interesting hearing from her associates, especially her business associates.

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  13. mordi, that's the "madonna rising" special she did with rupert everett (1998). you can find it on youtube.

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  14. I told him the name was, Madonna Rising. It's excellent. :)

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  15. cool - madonna rising here i come!

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