Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by debord, Jan 14, 2009.
Still the best pop concert ever. And still not commercially available.
I detest 'Ain't No Big Deal' and 'Shoo-Bee-Doo'.
"ooh la la
to me baaayby"
I'm still amazed at how the entire stage transformed with every different act. It's impressive when it happens now in a concert, in 1990 it must have been nothing short of revolutionary.
I love Shoo-Bee-Doo ha!
Ain't No Big Deal, really is quite weak I agree.
Nobody should ever mention the wonderful Shoo-Bee-Doo is the same sentence as the horrifying Ain't No Big Deal.
I really like Love Song.
Ain’t No Big Deal is fine? I wasn’t aware it was so loathed and it’s absolutely better than Shoo Bee Doo
"Ain't No Big Deal" is fabulous! It's simple, but so crisp and catchy.
3:40am here in Norway and I'm feeling kind of emotional, whacked an assortment of downtempo M album tracks on shuffle... fuck - these songs, this voice, this woman.
Ain't no big deal's best version remains that Stephen Bray revamped demo
Ain't No Big Deal is harmless enough, but it's mind-boggling it was initially planned to be her first single. How could it be anything but Everybody? "Everybody, come on. Dance and sing!" What a manifesto!
Everybody is shit as well.
Everybody remains a perfect, effervescent post-disco masterpiece
Everybody is a cute girl standing next to the rest of her monumental 80s singles discography. There's a reason why it wasn't included on the Immaculate Collection.
She might as well have chucked I Know It on Celebration seeing as practically rest of that album is on it.
It is her most overused iconic B-side so its place wouldn't necessarily be unwarranted.
I'm going through a 1982-1987 Madonna phase right now. Watched Who's That Girl? again and I don't care what anyone says, I love that film.
The songs bop; the film bops.
I think Madonna's first album just gets better and better with time. I remember back in '84/'85, I thought her first album got overshadowed by Like a Virgin and the one-two-three punch of Into the Groove-Crazy for You-Gambler. And then True Blue.
I'm glad Madonna/The First Album is being recognized for the masterpiece it is.
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