Madonna - MDNA
NME.COM feature on Madonna - MDNA album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 26 March 2012
Madge has disco and divorce on her mind
“ If I see that bitch in hell/I want to see him die/Over and over/Over and over ” Madonna deadpans on ‘Gang Bang’, the second track on this, her 12th album. The music is cold and minimal, recalling the grubby house beats of ‘Erotica’, and Madge bleats on like some antagonistic disco Fury driven to the edge by her thirst for vengeance. And gosh, it’s thrilling stuff. Our...
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The Major Lazer man and producer said that he wrote seven songs with the popstar
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Madonna - MDNA: Wikipedia Album Entry
The 12th studio album from singer Madonna, 2012's MDNA features all new material from the pop icon with production from French electronic musician and DJ Martin Solveig as well as longtime Madonna collaborator William Orbit. Coming on the heels of Madonna's half-time performance at the 2012 Superbowl, the album's title is an abbreviation of her name. Included are the singles "Give Me All Your Luvin'" featuring Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. as well as "Girls Gone Wild". According to the I'm Addicted Songfacts, it was M.I.A., who originally suggested the album title.
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