February 3, 2012 17:29

NME users slate Madonna's 'tired' comeback single 'Gimme All Your Luvin''

NME users are not keen on the Queen of Pop's return

NME users slate Madonna's 'tired' comeback single 'Gimme All Your Luvin''

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NME.COM users have reacted to Madonna's comeback single 'Gimme All Your Luvin'' and, by and large, they don't like it.

The track, which features both Nicki Minaj and MIA, is the first to be taken from her new studio album 'MDNA' and debuted online earlier today (February 3).

Matthew Arbello loathed the track and its video, writing: "Madonna's video is as tired as the doctors who keep her face inflated are", while Steve Farris was equally disparaging, saying simply: "Madonna - please retire gracefully".

Peter Davidson also wasn't keen, writing: "There isn't much hope when even Madonna sounds bored during the song", while Ivan Caballero wrote: "She looks awesome, but song is awful shit!" Gareth Bird also hated it, writing: "Shite, as expected. Madge should have given up after 'Ray Of Light'.

However there have been a few positive comments, Michael Duvic loved the track, writing: "Seriously awesome. She seems happy and passionate again", while Claire Davidson also liked it, she wrote: "Love it. Nods to her earlier career and the Super Bowl. The lyrics aren't the best but it's catchy and fun and her hair looks nice".

Madonna will perform 'Gimme All Your Luvin', along with other material from 'MDNA', during her half time show at this year's Super Bowl this weekend (February 5). She will also be joined by MIA and Nicki Minaj for that show.

Watch the video for the song at the bottom of the page and make up your own mind.

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