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Confessions on a Dance Floor [Parental Advisory]
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Album: Confessions on a Dance Floor
# Song Title   Time
1)    Hung Up
2)    Get Together
3)    Sorry
4)    Future Lovers
5)    I Love New York
6)    Let It Will Be
7)    Forbidden Love
8)    Jump
9)    How High
10)    Isaac
11)    Push
12)    Like It or Not
 

Album: Confessions on a Dance Floor
# Song Title   Time
1)    Hung Up
2)    Get Together
3)    Sorry
4)    Future Lovers
5)    I Love New York
6)    Let It Will Be
7)    Forbidden Love
8)    Jump
9)    How High
10)    Isaac
11)    Push
12)    Like It or Not
 
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Tracks

1. Hung Up

2. Get Together

3. Sorry

4. Future Lovers

5. I Love New York

6. Let It Will Be

7. Forbidden Love

8. Jump

9. How High

10. Isaac

11. Push

12. Like It Or Not

Performer Notes
  • Personnel: Yitzhak Sinwani (vocals); Monte Pittman (acoustic guitar); Stewart Price (programming, drum programming); Mirwais Ahmadza‹ (programming).
  • Audio Mixers: Stewart Price; Mark "Spike" Stent.
  • Recording information: Mayfair Studios; Murlyn Studios, Sockholm; Shirland Road.
  • Photographer: Steve Klein .
  • 1998's RAY OF LIGHT marked Madonna's move toward electronica, and a larger journey back to her dance-club roots. That journey was completed with 2005's CONFESSIONS ON A DANCEFLOOR. A collection of hardcore club tracks with few mainstream pop concessions, CONFESSIONS is packed wall-to-wall with driving, electronica-driven grooves.
  • Madonna has always been one of the reigning queens of postmodern alchemy, and this record is a perfect example of her magic. A primary layer of sleek, old-school disco is combined with pile-driving house and techno, not to mention more than a few contemporary production flourishes. Either directly or indirectly, CONFESSIONS references '70s and early-'80s dance music, including Madonna's own, but while the album seems retro in several areas, it also has a distinct futuristic sheen. Nothing here has the hook-heavy single status of "Material Girl" or "Like A Prayer," but the pulsing intensity of the tracks is sheer sonic pleasure, making Madonna's return to straight-up dance music a welcome homecoming.
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (No. 987, p.129) - 3.5 out of 5 stars - "...CONFESSIONS comes on like an all-out disco inferno..."

Spin (pp.106-107) - "The killer single 'Hung Up' spins a trilly Abba keyboard sample into a four-on-the-floor disco reverie."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[T]he tunes are swoonable....A brilliant disco record from a woman unafraid to look in the mirror, even at this stage of her game, and talk dirty..."
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