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Madonna: The Discography Rate - COMPLETE

Discussion in 'Charts, rates etc' started by RJF, Apr 19, 2020.

  1. RJF



    SCORE: 9.979

    11 x 21

    @No hay banda
    @Future Lover
    @Up Down Suite
    @Hurricane Drunk
    @Miss Lange
    @Crisp X
    @Trinu 3.0
    @Mr Blonde

    2015 PLACEMENT: UP 1 - 2 of 210 (9.791)
    HIGHEST SCORE: 10 x 124 (@RJF @nikkysan @AshtrayHeart @funkyg @Andreas @Tigerlily @Vasilios @cheida @Raichu @dodoriazarbon @P'NutButter @eatyourself @HEARTCORE @m_dimitrov @nanafan @discoteca @tom71 @Lucy Honeychurch @Sprockrooster @Euphoria @rdp @maverick_79 @tylerc904 @Doenjang @sfmartin @Angeleyes @JMRGBY @Remyky22 @AllGagaLike @Cutlery @matthew. @gezza76 @soratami @GimmeWork @Endothelium @Mirwais Ahmadzaï @Andrew.L @Phonetics Boy @dylanaber @Mjg0806 @relby @Jonathan27 @elear @Ana Raquel @Andy French @fatyoshi @WoW73 @godspeed @CasperFan @torontodj @theelusivechanteuse @1991 @Sail On @Aester @Syzygyz @Dreampopboy @Fuchsia @NightmareBoy @Skyline @FridayNight @Modeblock @Daniel_O @Coochi @muddleddreams @scottdisick94 @letuinmybackdoor @Drew @Robsolete @Fortune @R27 @Sideout @unnameable @Zdarlight @citoig @joeee @Xanax @VeryPSB @TrueBeliever @DinahLee @aaronhansome @SloMover @Bleu Noir @Jimmyandroid @JonBcn @BEST FICTION @Candy Perfume Girl @paperboyfriendd @joe_alouder @BTG @Mister_G @Sleepycat @phoenix123 @Lila @Pop Life @K94 @clowezra @Filippa @Rogue @wintersleep @TheChoirgirlHotel @KingBruno @Remorque @Digital Ghost @acl @LTG @ufint @Mikl C @Verandi @RainOnFire @nametag @Holly Something @Markus1981 @sexercise @happiestgirl @Music Is Death @FrozenNight @strangekin @fancygreen @Bangers&Bops @Weslicious @tommylander @Maki @Push @beyoncésweave)
    LOWEST SCORE: 7.5 x 1 (@paullypaul)
    MY SCORE: 10/10

    Well, well, well. Who could have predicted this? Ray Of Light finishes an absolutely dominating run with its lead single vanquishing its nearest competition and managing to take the crown for the Madonna Discography Rate 2020. Personally, I knew it would always come down to the two tracks that we had in our finale tonight, but I wasn't expecting it to be as close and... I wasn't expecting it to be this result either. I wonder if it was the bigger, more varied voting pool, the fact that the entire discography had to vie for a single 11/10 from voters rather than several, or if the fact that said entire discography was being rated together for the first time. We can analyse until the end of time, but regardless, "Frozen" is the winner, and a worthy winner at that.

    Sessions for Ray Of Light initially started out with Babyface and Patrick Leonard, which is a bit of a strange mix of new and old. Babyface, who she had worked with on Bedtime Stories, and Patrick Leonard, who she had worked with on pretty much everything else. Babyface, she ended dumping off entirely, but she ended up keeping the stuff she did with Patrick Leonard, along with songs with Rick Nowels... but Madonna just couldn't seem to find someone to take the album in the sonic direction that she wanted. It was then that Guy Oseary reached out to William Orbit - who had done remixes for M in the past - and asked him to submit a few things to whet queen's appetite, and... well, y'all know how it goes after that. With Orbit, Madonna found exactly what she had been looking for; a style of music that borrowed heavily from electronica and the British club scene at the time, but also from something more worldly and classic than she had been before. "Frozen" takes all of these things - the lyricism of a Leonard co-write, the futureproof sounds of Orbit, Madonna's everything - and pulls them together into one of her most timeless singles, mingling the past, present and future meticulously.

    There's an entirely tedious story about the fact that song was actually banned in Belgium for eight years between 2005 and 2013 because someone claimed that Madonna had ripped them off, but then someone else claimed that that someone had ripped them off, and it was a whole mess. But all you need to know is that is that Madonna won in the end, and didn't have to pay anyone a single dime, and Belgians can now listen to "Frozen" without the thought police raiding their den or whatever. I think this is about as close as "Frozen" got to having a controversy; I guess it's only right that it had one as a Madonna lead single.

    Let's jump into our 11/10s straight away, shall we? We kick off with @aux whose prostitutions has worked.

    "I’m sure everyone will say this but choosing an 11 for Madonna is impossible. Her discography is the most expansive in any artists’ catalogue. If there is a genre of music that exists, Madonna has done it and made it her own. Her versatility across genres spans decades. I’ll be honest, I had ten 11’s in mind for this. So many of her songs mean a lot to me - as I’m sure is the same case for most of you reading this, so in the end, I had to go with the song that meant the most to me at this time in my life.

    At the time of writing this, it’s been two months since I was blessed by seeing Madonna live for the first time. If there is someone in this planet known for being a performer through and through it’s her, so my expectations were through the roof. My nerves were even worse, considering we had all the fuckery going around with cancellations, I had my doubts I would have been able to see Madonna in the first place. The relief I got when the curtains opened… It had me in tears.

    Each song goes through, and I’m truly in awe. Her banter with the audience was truly something to see in person, Madonna is such a power in music that you sometimes forget she is human. The entire show was just… exquisite. I’ve already written about it, so I won’t dive too much into it.

    Here comes the Rescue Me interlude… I knew what was coming. I knew I wasn’t ready. Everyone was praising the performance of Frozen, from the top newspapers to Karen from HR who went for Like A Prayer. And so the strings begin swooping the theatre, Madonna appears from behind a gauze in which her daughter - who looks exactly like Madonna did in her twenties - is projected.

    I have ascended during many concerts, there is something special about seeing an artist taking a song and performing it, encapsulating the energy the original recording had, but pushing it further, hitting the audience with the feeling. Dancing On My Own with Robyn did this for me, where I could feel Robyn’s words going straight to my jugular. Yes, I cried during that. Yes, I cried even more during Frozen. Yes, I am crying writing this reliving that moment. Yes, I cry a lot.

    There is just something special about the song. I don’t posses the vernacular to put it into words, but it’s perfect. I cannot name a single bad thing about it. The massive, acoustic electronica production… Madonna’s phenomenal vocal performance… THE LYRICS… The way the song wraps you around in its own desert… Fuck. It’s the perfect song and seeing it live, Madonna in front of you, transmitting her sheer energy to the audience, it just hits you. I am sure I will never experience anything like this again, unless Madonna tours again and I can sell my other liver to see her.

    Madonna, I salute you for creating the perfect song and letting me experience it live."

    So much crying in one story. Weak bitch; Madonna would be ashamed tbh. I get the starstruck thing though; I had that Prince in 2014 and I wasn't in a damn theatre with him. Up next is @DJHazey who hasn't given his 11/10 to either a bit of 80s superpop or a bit of disposable trash from the 00s. You know what that is? GROWTH.

    "I love the other elite Madonna songs I'd expect to see in the Top 5, such as Like a Prayer, Into the Groove, Vogue, and Hung Up but this will always be what I consider the top of the mountain. Some of my favorite pop songs of all-time have been inspired by it in various ways, whether they knew it or not (songs I will keep to myself for fear of "how can you possibly compare that to Madonna" ddd). It has shown me that Madonna wrote the manual on how to create this kind of pop song for me, one that often times connects with me in the deepest way. In some ways it's more special than my connection with all the basic bops I'm known to champion. Frozen is the perfect benchmark and template, rarely if ever equaled. It even sounds false to use the word template though, because it's a song that can't be duplicated. Instead, being inspirational for all the popstars that would come along after this Ray of Light was shined upon the genre, for all to see. It has become pretty obvious that Frozen deserves my 11 now and to always be considered my favorite Madonna song."

    Speaking of growth, @eliminathan still has a lot to do, although at least they seemed to curb their worst tendencies.

    "Her Magnum Opus, if I wasn't voting for this with my 11 it'd be given to 'Masterpiece' so consider yourselves lucky I didn't throw my vote away."

    Mess. Let's move on quickly to @Crisp X instead.

    "Am I really giving my 11 to the song that represents my earliest memory of Madonna, around the time of its release, when I was 3 (making sure to include this so the host feels pain) [HOST EDIT: um I was only 8 bitch!!!!]? Yes.gif I admit I have a hard time articulating what I particularly love about it, as I suspect every little detail will also be highlighted ad nauseum by the other voters. One thing’s sure: I owe the most crucial parts of my musical journey to this multi-layered masterpiece. Trip-hop/art pop or whatever you call it ended up being one of my most formative genres, that the duo of Madonna and William Orbit contributed seminal pieces to. It’s cold, dark, cinematic, ethereal, eerie, atmospheric, haunting... it contains some of what I would then love about its parent album in my first foray into her discography (too) many years later. What an impactful song."

    Quite. Next up is @djmakemewet, who has been a diligent Liker of almost all my posts in this thread and I'm not sure why the rest of you haven't been as good. They nail the song perfectly, to be honest.

    "The most majestic song in Madonna's discography. From the intro alone, you know you're in for something special - a sweeping vista of strings, a jarring guitar jangle and a steady electronic pulse, each part meticulously placed, somewhat incongruous and yet masterfully and beautifully combined. And over the following six minutes there isn't much else; some programmed drums in the chorus and intermittent lightning flashes courtesy of a bin lid.

    And atop that (or floating a few inches above it) was Madonna herself, her voice newly honed and trained yet familiar, never indulging in showy theatrics but swathed in enough emotion to make a wordless mmmmm utterly evocative.

    On paper, Frozen isn't out of step with Madonna's mid-90s run of balladry: midtempo, minor key, tasteful electronics, strings. And yet she reconfigured those familiar elements into something altogether different. Seemingly an odd choice of lead single, especially for a """"comeback"""" but yet it acts as an almost perfect pivot from her mid-90s ballads to the arc that her music would take over the next three albums and five years. In a career defined by reinvention, Frozen is a Renaissance."

    Our next 11/10 giver is @2014, who shows taste for the first time in six months of this thread being open.

    "My immediate 11 choice for this rate. I could listen to this song and only this song for the rest of my life if I was forced to. The complete pinnacle of Madonna's career and I can't wait to root for its win."

    Well, rooting paid off, I guess. We'll close commentary on the rate at large with @Trinu 3.0 who, as always when I get their commentary for any rate, leaves me confused, scared, and most of all, glad I no longer have to deal with hoes rambling for every single song I ask them to score.

    "In 2010 I went on Erasmus to Poland. I arrived there in September and I didn’t have to wait much until it the first October snow began to fall. Mind you, this tropical ass had never seen snow before, so the experience felt like magic. I was in awe. The stillness of the world as it fell. The sudden blindness when the sun hit it at a certain angle. The pores vanishing from my face. My skin looking like porcelain. The slipping on the floor. The breaking of the bones.

    After two years trying to master a language that is basically based on throwing a bunch of consonants on a Scrabble board and seeing what you get, I returned to Spain. And the memory of snow became just that: a memory.

    It wasn’t until I moved to the UK that I experienced something similar. During my first days in the land of gammon, between DBS checks and opening bank accounts that would drown me in overdrafts in the following years, I happened to be walking around my neighbourhood when I saw a store. A store that let out a familiar coldness. A coldness that transported me to my soviet era student housing. To the vodka shots. To the cheap cigarettes. To the zloty notes. To the random night trips to party in Krakow cause my city basically a coal mine. To the months spent without seeing the sun. To the -30 degrees. To the broken bones.

    It soon became a routine of mine to go into the store whenever I happened to be around. Just going in and walking around the aisles gave me life, hunty. And I even started to visit other branches of the store whenever I saw one in other parts of the city and the country. Not because it was incredibly cheap. Not because my diet was based on its pizzas. Nah. It was because of the memories.

    The store’s name?


    [HOST EDIT: *record scratch* GIRL...]

    What does this have to do with Frozen, the song by Madonna? Absolutely nothing! Unless you listen to it while eating their delicious frozen pizzas, I guess.

    So anyway, Frozen was, I believe, my first encounter with the Queen.

    Back in the day, the local TV channel used to play random videoclips in between spots (which was probably illegal). And in a time where MTV wasn’t really a thing in Spain, that was basically our way of finding out how music videos looked like.

    Seeing Madonna falling to the ground and becoming a murder of crows was something that I, to this day, aspire to recreate.

    It’s one of those songs from that period that, for whatever reason, got ingrained into my brain at that age. And even now, 22 years later, whenever I listen to it, I am transported to a time where my biggest worry was doing maths problems.

    Understanding the lyrics only made it better with time."


    "Frozen" received an incredible video at the hands of Chris Cunningham, who Madonna reached out to after enjoying his work with Aphex Twin's creepy ass the year before. Shot in the desert rather than somewhere cold at Madonna's behest, it... turned out to be cold anyway and she was pressed. Hee! The video is a classic big budget 90s affair where special effects were starting to actually look special after looking janky for over a decade, and girls, they pile it on here. Day turning to night, Madonna turning into ravens, Madonna turning into dogs, Madonna turning into Madonnas. What is produced is one of Madonna's most atmospheric, haunting visuals that sees her bring the song to life perfectly. It was also performed during Drowned World, Re-Invention, Sticky & Sweet Leg 2, and most recently, Madame X. It was also performed loads on television, but barely any of the performances actually have a live vocal, they're all horrible quality, and it's just Madonna awkwardly posing and lip-syncing for five minutes, so I'm not going to sully the last elimination with all that.

    So, who gets the final word on the final song? ...Me, obviously. Have y'all forgotten whose rate this is? This entire thing is a monument to Madonna's ego first, and mine second.

    "Frozen" kind of feels like Patrick Leonard's final gift to Madonna in terms of their work together. Yes, he has credits on other tracks, but there's just something special about the fact they managed to pull together the sound of her biggest artistic overhaul ever, before parting creative ways for the last (at the time of writing) time. I know they worked together for the musicals in 2003, but nothing ever came from that. Sometimes I wonder if they're in any kind of contact. I hope so; even if it's just a text a year or something. Not only did they create magic when they were together, they were maybe also both smart enough to realise when something had run its course... but what a way to bow out. Combined with William Orbit's production, what we get is this chilling, sprawling, plaintive plea for intimacy against the backdrop of one of Madonna's grandest soundscapes. It's actually rather appropriate that "Frozen" has taken the crown, because every single second of it is majestic. Every string swell, every cymbal crash that shatters the peaceful, electro-gloom, the way her vocals are layered closer to the end for maximum ASMR satisfaction... I've said this so much in the last fortnight (month, two months, four months, six months) but it is genuinely one of the best, courageous, jaw-dropping, most stunning pop songs to ever exist.

    I mentioned it last night when talking about the album as a whole, but it was really "Frozen" that was responsible for the complete change in how Madonna operated and how she was consumed by media and the public. It just... had no point of reference we could look to that would help ground us. Nothing else out sounded like it; nothing Madonna had ever done before sounded it, and Madonna herself didn't even sound like Madonna. Her voice renewed, retuned, and revitalised after Evita. She's near operatic in "Frozen", if not in range, at least in the emotional ground she's able to cover, which always a massive thing in opera anyway. "Frozen" is also relatively... sparse. Its verses are short, its hooks short but jagged, and the rest of the time is spent with this harsh, desolate instrumental, with its spiking cymbals and dramatic string and I'm sorry, this was someone's lead single? This was a major popstar's comeback lead single? And it was a massive smash? Girls... I can't. The audacity.

    More than anything, "Frozen" is testament to all the qualities in Madonna that I adore. Her creative restless spirit that never allows her to do the same thing twice; the bravery it takes to repeatedly put your success on the line because you want to put the best song out, the tireless hunger to innovate, to stay on top on the ever-shifting genres of music, to stay on top full stop. Madonna has been ambitious her entire career, yes, but no one ever seems to talk about the fact that she has remained artistically ambitious for forty years now, long after all her 80s contemporaries have fallen into ditches and cover albums. She is still out here, as she always has been, patrolling the perimeter of what is considered allowed, and finding... where it's squishy, and weak, and ready to pushed through. This was true in 1982, 1989, 1998... and 2020 as well. And will probably be true long after that as well.

    Ray Of Light OUT.

    @RJF OUT.

    Madonna Discography Rate 2020... OUT.


  2. OH MY GOD
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  3. But let's move on!
    joeee likes this.
  4. Nothing got more than 10 average?
  5. No.
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  6. RJF



    aux 11
    No hay banda 11
    djmakemewet 11
    OSHi 11
    2014 11
    Future Lover 11
    DJHazey 11
    Suburbia 11
    Up Down Suite 11
    Babylon 11
    DominoDancing 11
    Hurricane Drunk 11
    RetroPhysical 11
    Miss Lange 11
    Crisp X 11
    evilsin 11
    eliminathan 11
    Trinu 3.0 11
    Mr Blonde 11
    japanbonustrack 11
    Touchofmyhand 11
    RJF 10
    nikkysan 10
    AshtrayHeart 10
    funkyg 10
    Andreas 10
    Tigerlily 10
    Vasilios 10
    cheida 10
    Raichu 10
    dodoriazarbon 10
    P'NutButter 10
    eatyourself 10
    m_dimitrov 10
    nanafan 10
    discoteca 10
    tom71 10
    Lucy Honeychurch 10
    Sprockrooster 10
    Euphoria 10
    rdp 10
    maverick_79 10
    tylerc904 10
    Doenjang 10
    sfmartin 10
    Angeleyes 10
    JMRGBY 10
    Remyky22 10
    AllGagaLike 10
    Cutlery 10
    matthew. 10
    gezza76 10
    soratami 10
    GimmeWork 10
    Endothelium 10
    Mirwais Ahmadzaï 10
    Andrew.L 10
    Phonetics Boy 10
    dylanaber 10
    Mjg0806 10
    relby 10
    Jonathan27 10
    elear 10
    Ana Raquel 10
    Andy French 10
    fatyoshi 10
    WoW73 10
    godspeed 10
    CasperFan 10
    torontodj 10
    theelusivechanteuse 10
    1991 10
    Sail On 10
    Aester 10
    Syzygyz 10
    Dreampopboy 10
    Fuchsia 10
    NightmareBoy 10
    Skyline 10
    FridayNight 10
    Modeblock 10
    Daniel_O 10
    Coochi 10
    muddleddreams 10
    scottdisick94 10
    letuinmybackdoor 10
    Drew 10
    Robsolete 10
    Fortune 10
    R27 10
    Sideout 10
    unnameable 10
    Zdarlight 10
    citoig 10
    joeee 10
    Xanax 10
    VeryPSB 10
    TrueBeliever 10
    DinahLee 10
    aaronhansome 10
    SloMover 10
    Bleu Noir 10
    Jimmyandroid 10
    JonBcn 10
    Candy Perfume Girl 10
    paperboyfriendd 10
    joe_alouder 10
    BTG 10
    Mister_G 10
    Sleepycat 10
    phoenix123 10
    Lila 10
    Pop Life 10
    K94 10
    clowezra 10
    Filippa 10
    Rogue 10
    wintersleep 10
    TheChoirgirlHotel 10
    KingBruno 10
    Remorque 10
    Digital Ghost 10
    acl 10
    LTG 10
    ufint 10
    Mikl C 10
    Verandi 10
    RainOnFire 10
    nametag 10
    Holly Something 10
    Markus1981 10
    sexercise 10
    happiestgirl 10
    Music Is Death 10
    FrozenNight 10
    strangekin 10
    fancygreen 10
    Bangers&Bops 10
    Weslicious 10
    tommylander 10
    Maki 10
    Push 10
    beyoncésweave 10
    Butterfly 9.5
    Babyface 9.5
    Joe. 9.5
    MilesAngel 9.5
    Dangerous Maknae 9
    rav4boy 9
    madgemad 9
    BreatheBox 9
    Epic Chocolat 9
    Mvnl 9
    Beautiful Child 2 9
    Jwentz 8.5
    dancingwithmyself 8.5
    ABoy’sGot2Suffer4Fashion 8.5
    MrMannacroix 8.5
    M24 8.5
    Chezam 8.5
    Michael17 8
    Ramalama 8
    paullypaul 7.5​
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  7. Being in the top ten scorers for I’m Breathless, True Blue and Like A Prayer? Not everybody has that.
  8. What on earth was that rambling about supermarkets @Trinu 3.0
  9. Seriously though, if Like a Prayer couldn’t win then I definitely would have wanted Frozen or Vogue, so I’m happy for her.

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  10. RJF


  11. Was it really true the myth that Madonna was so undecided about which Ray Of Light track to release as the first single that she asked her rabi Kabbalah teacher and he chose Frozen?
  12. Nice to see I was the only one who gave Ray of Light tens all-round. Perfect way to round off my incessant over-scoring!
  13. BTG


  14. Thanks @RJF I loved this rate. Thank you for all these glorious write-ups, I can't imagine how much time you had to put into it, but I do appreciate it!
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  15. RJF



    1 joeee 9.348017621
    2 Music Is Death 8.892070485
    3 Remorque 8.68061674
    4 torontodj 8.530837004
    5 eatyourself 8.515418502
    6 Andy French 8.365638767
    7 Remyky22 8.354625551
    8 Weslicious 8.348017621
    9 wintersleep 8.341409692
    10 BreatheBox 8.22907489
    11 elear 8.224669604
    12 Mjg0806 8.191629956
    13 Vasilios 8.189427313
    14 Crisp X 8.178414097
    15 Mirwais Ahmadzaï 8.092511013
    16 dodoriazarbon 8.088105727
    17 discoteca 8.083700441
    18 FrozenNight 8.068281938
    19 Dreampopboy 8.061674009
    20 djmakemewet 7.99339207
    21 tylerc904 7.9030837
    21 DinahLee 7.9030837
    23 WoW73 7.887665198
    24 Raichu 7.878854626
    25 LTG 7.850220264
    26 Fuchsia 7.81938326
    27 relby 7.810572687
    28 RetroPhysical 7.801762115
    29 scottdisick94 7.762114537
    30 Andreas 7.748898678
    31 Michael17 7.735682819
    32 evilsin 7.733480176
    33 Digital Ghost 7.718061674
    34 BEST FICTION 7.713656388
    35 SloMover 7.709251101
    36 Suburbia 7.704845815
    37 tommylander 7.700440529
    38 ufint 7.696035242
    39 phoenix123 7.689427313
    40 Lucy Honeychurch 7.68722467
    41 Future Lover 7.685022026
    42 P'NutButter 7.674008811
    42 JMRGBY 7.674008811
    44 FridayNight 7.667400881
    45 AshtrayHeart 7.654185022
    46 soratami 7.634361233
    47 rav4boy 7.63215859
    47 Zdarlight 7.63215859
    49 Andrew.L 7.623348018
    50 No hay banda 7.621145374
    51 cheida 7.616740088
    51 AllGagaLike 7.616740088
    53 Holly Something 7.605726872
    54 Skyline 7.603524229
    55 JonBcn 7.585903084
    56 DJHazey 7.572687225
    57 aaronhansome 7.561674009
    57 eliminathan 7.561674009
    59 MrMannacroix 7.559471366
    60 Touchofmyhand 7.555066079
    61 nametag 7.546255507
    62 funkyg 7.517621145
    63 TrueBeliever 7.504405286
    64 Push 7.482378855
    65 Up Down Suite 7.462555066
    65 Mister_G 7.462555066
    67 m_dimitrov 7.460352423
    68 Maki 7.45814978
    69 Bangers&Bops 7.45154185
    70 HEARTCORE 7.431718062
    71 Jonathan27 7.429515419
    72 nikkysan 7.427312775
    73 aux 7.416299559
    74 GimmeWork 7.40969163
    74 fatyoshi 7.40969163
    76 muddleddreams 7.4030837
    77 clowezra 7.398678414
    78 Syzygyz 7.396475771
    79 Mr Blonde 7.387665198
    80 Sprockrooster 7.378854626
    81 Trinu 3.0 7.352422907
    82 Pop Life 7.348017621
    83 Candy Perfume Girl 7.330396476
    84 NightmareBoy 7.321585903
    85 madgemad 7.31277533
    86 acl 7.310572687
    87 sfmartin 7.303964758
    88 Bleu Noir 7.301762115
    89 KingBruno 7.286343612
    90 godspeed 7.27753304
    91 joe_alouder 7.233480176
    92 Sail On 7.231277533
    93 TheChoirgirlHotel 7.22907489
    94 Doenjang 7.226872247
    95 Ana Raquel 7.211453744
    96 Drew 7.189427313
    97 Cutlery 7.185022026
    97 japanbonustrack 7.185022026
    99 maverick_79 7.182819383
    100 Tigerlily 7.167400881
    100 Fortune 7.167400881
    102 DominoDancing 7.162995595
    103 R27 7.151982379
    104 beyoncésweave 7.149779736
    105 MilesAngel 7.13876652
    106 Phonetics Boy 7.134361233
    107 Coochi 7.105726872
    107 Lila 7.105726872
    109 Hurricane Drunk 7.081497797
    110 Daniel_O 7.066079295
    111 Dangerous Maknae 7.063876652
    111 Miss Lange 7.063876652
    113 dancingwithmyself 7.057268722
    113 fancygreen 7.057268722
    115 dylanaber 7.055066079
    116 Jimmyandroid 7.052863436
    116 Filippa 7.052863436
    118 K94 7.044052863
    119 Robsolete 7.039647577
    120 VeryPSB 7.022026432
    121 Epic Chocolat 7.011013216
    122 Jwentz 7.002202643
    123 matthew. 7
    123 Beautiful Child 2 7
    125 citoig 6.991189427
    126 paullypaul 6.982378855
    127 Markus1981 6.969162996
    128 Babyface 6.962555066
    128 Mvnl 6.962555066
    130 Sideout 6.960352423
    SCREAM 131 RJF 6.95814978 SCREAM
    132 Joe. 6.944933921
    133 Endothelium 6.936123348
    134 RainOnFire 6.933920705
    135 sexercise 6.885462555
    136 1991 6.870044053
    137 Xanax 6.859030837
    138 Sleepycat 6.852422907
    139 Rogue 6.825991189
    140 theelusivechanteuse 6.821585903
    141 nanafan 6.81277533
    142 Butterfly 6.799559471
    142 rdp 6.799559471
    144 unnameable 6.773127753
    145 Euphoria 6.720264317
    146 Modeblock 6.698237885
    147 Aester 6.696035242
    148 Angeleyes 6.693832599
    149 CasperFan 6.658590308
    150 paperboyfriendd 6.63876652
    151 tom71 6.634361233
    152 Verandi 6.625550661
    153 Mikl C 6.579295154
    154 2014 6.544052863
    155 strangekin 6.508810573
    156 OSHi 6.491189427
    157 Babylon 6.486784141
    158 gezza76 6.400881057
    159 BTG 6.365638767
    160 Ramalama 6.328193833
    161 ABoy’sGot2Suffer4Fashion 6.22907489
    162 letuinmybackdoor 6.211453744
    163 Chezam 5.973568282
    164 happiestgirl 5.95814978
    165 M24 5.577092511​
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  16. Tehe, I love her too much.
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  17. BTG


    159 BTG 6.365638767

    Dddddddd I don’t even feel like this is a reflection of my opinions on her discography, as much as it was a concentrated effort to give a varied mix of scores comparatively against herself.
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  18. I landed at the coveted #82 slot...year Madonna's recording career began, etc.
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  19. @RJF could you do one for how many 10s each one gave pleaaase?
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  20. Congratulations @RJF, and thank you for making the past few months such a wonderful experience. In both your own write ups and creating a thread where people have been able to share some deeply personal and beautiful stories.

    and thank you mum, for yanno...being mum
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