Yes, and if you liked the singles, i'm pretty sure you will like the album as well (if you consider to buy it...)Timmy94 wrote:But you'd still say that the album is cohesive, just in a diversified way, wouldn't you?
I still haven't watched the GUY video, but I remember that it got great reviews on here after her last few outcomes seem to be having let a bad aftertaste for many users on here.
It's definitely her best video since "Telephone" in my opinion You should check it out, if you like her and liked some of her videos
Oh i didn't know she's your favorite artist So i'm glad you also like the album that much, as it's really good. I guess i replied in the meantime, and the next reply will come soon as wellTimmy94 wrote:It's really a step or two in the right direction after MDNA. Though it's not as pop as you'd assume to hear from Madonna, it's experimenting quite a lot with hip hop and she hasn't sounded that moern in a long time (e.g. Unapologetic Bitch).
You are right in that I tend to wait with the purchase of albums. Technically, I bought Rebel Heart in that album's 2nd week out in Germany, but I was also quite sure that a re-release is rather unlikely to come from Madonna and of course I need to add that Madonna is my No. 1 favorite artist. I was even thinking about buying that new Oonagh album, but then again, I decided to wait for your PM.
At the moment, I'm kind of annoyed that my chart isn't more dynamic. It's the same songs again and again, which has to do with the only songs that are out being ones that still need to grow on me or ones that I don't care about. It seems like there's only a new and cool song every few weeks, that doesn't mean much fun for me either...
But some of them ("Postcards", "Style") are officially announced as singles, so let them make an entry. I'd adjust it in some way, also because you are not that happy about your charts yourself. You could try it for a month or so and if it doesn't work, you can go back again