127 SCORE: 7.188 2015 PLACEMENT: DOWN 7 - 120 of 210 (6.932) HIGHEST SCORE: 10 x 11 (@AshtrayHeart @Vasilios @Andy French @torontodj @scottdisick94 @unnameable @Crisp X @Mister_G @Pop Life @Remorque @Weslicious) LOWEST SCORE: 2 x 1 (@godspeed) MY SCORE: 6/10 A question for our times more than ever: where is the party? True Blue has been unbothered for a very long time (nearly eighty places!) but as we approach the Top 100, not even one of the best selling albums of all time is safe, and it loses one of its few album tracks. Sorry stans, but it's mostly a meh from me, especially at this stage of the rate. You have so many superior 80s Madonna bops to choose from that feel far more urgent and fun and free. I don't find there to be anything particularly wrong with this but considering she was essentially the pedigree for a whole genre back then, I think standards are allowed to be a little higher. It's a fun bop, but there are funner, boppier fun bops to be had despite the Stephan Bray/Pat Leonard 80s dream tag team at the helm with the lady herself. Still though, Madonna singing about how fucking great dancing is never really gets old, and that looped laugh at the end will haunt me to my grave, so who's the real winner here? Despite being an album track, "Where's The Party" actually has a pretty decent live history. It had an outing on the Who's That Girl But Really True Blue Tour, along with receiving a spot on the iconic Blond Ambition as well. It would also get dusted off again over twenty years later when Stuart Price would interpolate it in a mash up between "Music" and "Disco Inferno" for, of course, the Confessions Tour. Enjoy!