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Confessions On A Dancefloor is slaying me so damn hard right now

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Madge really did an amazing job with this album :yasqueen:

I especially love Isaac, plus the tour performance is gorgeous, so artistic and spiritual! 

 

And in case you're wondering, yes, I'm listening to this album for the first time twelve years after it was released, I'm such a sinful gay :embarrassed:

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4 hours ago, BLACKOUTBRlT said:

First time in 12 YEARS????

:queenie:

:queenie::queenie::queenie:

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It is a flawless album tho. Don't forget about the bonus tracks or whatever, just as flawless

 

 

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& Keep the Trance is a good unreleased one :moorangu:
 

 

 

I started to check for her in 2012, I've only listened to MDNA, Rebel Heart, Confessions and of course her hits. I really love her and I acknowledge her as the queen that she is, but I can't really be considered a fan, that's why I'm not familiar with most of her work :aintevenmad: 

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On 9/25/2016 at 3:19 PM, I_need_me said:

I started to check for her in 2012, I've only listened to MDNA, Rebel Heart, Confessions and of course her hits. I really love her and I acknowledge her as the queen that she is, but I can't really be considered a fan, that's why I'm not familiar with most of her work :aintevenmad: 

MDNA is probably her worst album. Her collection is great. I had a transitional period literally just like you, I bought Confessions way back when and always listened to her occasionally but got more into her around 2012

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12 hours ago, Mr.Womanizer said:

American Life is amazing too!! listen to it, very personal. Shame she released it during a tumultuous time in America, that album deserved more

Old thread, but I'm gonna allow it because Confessions is still amazing to this day.

 

American Life who?

 

I was 10 when Confessions was released, so I was innocent to the world - and I still love the album :crying2: But I gotta admit I love the unmixed/separated versions better.

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