I'm definitely having a side-splitting, cardiac-arrest moment to this:
It’s peak Madonna in that the whole package- odd rhythm, potentially self indulgent lyrics (but they're just straightforward honest), an atonal keyboard solo breakdown(what?!), a post chorus-chorus and then another post chorus-chorus with Donna and Niki coming in for a finale that recalls Rescue Me- somehow, i don't quite know how, but somehow (see above) just works.I wish I heard what everyone else hears in Nothing Really Matters. It sticks out to me on an amazing album as a rather generic and plodding song. I’ve never cared much for it. But even generic and plodding Madonna is better than most others.
Totally missed this - it was called h0l0. Way too expensive, but very very funBut we want to know which one!
Big mood nn. But at least he should balance out some of Kevin Antunes' more...chintzy qualities when it comes to the tourlowkey already dreading the gays (tm) that are like "Welcome back!!" bcuz of Stuart Price. Maybe I don't like seeing them happy.
It’s the label for the most part setting a 2022/23 release date and not changing it. And not specifically specifying that these are singles/EPs and thus leaving the platforms to go by their parameters.It's great that we are getting all these singles released digitally, but I wish Apple Music would hire a Madonna fan who knows their shit to tidy up her page. So many singles are listed as 2022/2023 while for some they've labelled it as the original year of release. And then some are listed as albums when they are singles. And Nothing Really Matters is listed as a compilation! FFS Apple Music, sort it out.
Ok then. FFS label, sort it out.It’s the label for the most part setting a 2022/23 release date and not changing it. And not specifically specifying that these are singles/EPs and thus leaving the platforms to go by their parameters.
Will take a listen. DIt was very big for JLO and I still believe it's her best album.
Interesting cos there have been others that were dated 2022 (basically to get on Spotify release radar - a tactic Warner UK use a lot, and UMG used for The Saturdays) but then had the date changed to the proper oneThey will all be fixed eventually. It is, for the most part, to highlight them for casual visitors to artist page as recent releases. They will be fixed into chronological order as further eps are released