Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by mindtrappa, Sep 2, 2017.
I'm getting Goodbye To Innocence/Fever feels from these.
Not that I'm over I Don't Search I Find, but this remix has given the song a whole new lease of life.
I want her to work with Honey on original material so badly
I LOVE THIS.
Nah, I'm with you. The mixes are fine. That's it.
It reminds me of the extended 12” mixes she used to have, that were slightly augmented but essentially a longer ~Xperience. The fact that we’ve had two of those this era (the other being LA95’s remix of Medellín) for the first time since...Confessions, probably, is pretty nice.
If we get one for God Control I’ll plotz.
I hadn’t heard the LA95 remix. Thank you.
This is now one of my favourite lyrics of the year: “I took a trip, it set me free
Forgave myself for being me”
She really went for the dance remixes this era.
She knew she could make a real dent in the BB dance charts.
Girlfriend should release a Madame X remix album, I need all these mixes on cd/vinyl. The I Don’t Search remixes are AMAZING. Very 1992/1993, very Up Down Suite!
The Sabastian MANUEL mix of IDSIF on soundcloud is amazing. As is his mix of ciao Bella.
the Sebastian remix sounds exactly like the Honey Dijon remix.
That is...literally the Honey Dijon Radio Edit, and it was uploaded back in June. How odd.
Based on what I could find on Google it looks like Sebastian Manuel is a longtime production partner of Honey’s, and Sebastian’s upload of the remix on SoundCloud from back in July appears to have been removed. Maybe it got posted (very) early?
My mom, who was unexpectedly thinks Madame X is a masterpiece (she usually doesn't like experimental Madonna), said, "Those people who want her to act her age must like this record. It seems like something only an older woman could make." While she's wrong about the ageists liking the record, I think she has a point. I also don't think a younger pop girl could make this record. Which is not to say that a few younger few pop girls are not making records as good or better than Madame X. But it does seem the type of sounds you turn to when you've done everything but are still hungry to move forward.
this... or it was ghost produced for Honey
Agreed. The song that works the least on the record is 'Bitch I'm Loca' because it sounds like a number of younger singers could sing it.
I’d still call Bitch I’m Loca a little off-kilter even though it’s definitely way more subtle. I like how the beat sounds like it’s about to fall apart at any moment.
The Honey Dijon mix sorta slaps, but it takes ages to get there. Like boiling a really knackered kettle.
I could imagine JLO singing Bitch I'm Loca.
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