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Madonna Original recording remastered


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  • Audio CD (May 22 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered
  • Label: Warner Music
  • ASIN: B00005J6T1
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,514 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lucky Star
2. Borderline
3. Burning Up
4. I Know It
5. Holiday
6. Think Of Me
7. Physical Attraction
8. Everybody
9. Burning Up (12in Version)
10. Lucky Star (New Mix)


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By Seeker on Jan. 17 2014
Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
This album is again very similar to the original. The Cd was a little colder but not by much. I just wish the original recording had more bottom end it would sound so good pounding on my system.
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Format: LP Record Verified Purchase
The First Album is the very first one I should get before the next. I love this album and the collection is priceless as always.
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Format: Audio CD
I listen to this very often and it never gets boring. It's groundbreaking in the dance genre and this is 80's club music at it's absolute best! I pretty much like every song on it but my favorite are "Lucky Star", "Holiday", "Physical Attraction" and her debut single "Everybody". The bonus remixes of "Lucky Star" and "Burning Up" are also great and I am glad that they were added to this remastered release.

If you have not started a Madonna collection aside from her greatest hits compilations, I recommend you start with this.

No one has bridged club music and mainstream like Madonna has, and she certainly did this this album as it contains her first top-20 hit "Holiday", her first top-10
"Borderline" and her first top-5 "Lucky Star".

1. LUCKY STAR (#4 US / #14 UK)
2. BORDERLINE (#10 US / #2 UK)
3. BURNING UP
4. I KNOW IT
5. HOLIDAY (#16 US / #2 UK)
6. THINK OF ME
7. PHYSICAL
8. EVERYBODY (#107 US)
9. BURNING UP (12" VERSION)
10. LUCKY STAR ("NEW" MIX)
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By Kasey G TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 6 2012
Format: Audio CD
Released in 1983 and taking its' own sweet time to catch on, Madonna's self-titled debut album is still a fun collection of light, fluffy early '80s tunes including the hit singles "Holiday", "Lucky Star" and "Borderline" as well as some great lesser-known material inspired by her days at Danceteria.

The infectious cowbell-and-drum-machine driven "Holiday" remains a dance-floor favorite nearly 30 years later and is known by heart even by non-fans, but the hypnotic "Everybody" surpasses it for sheer dance-floor intoxication. The bland "Borderline" never really grew on me--it sounded a little dated even then. The non-hits "Think of Me", "Physical Attraction", "I Know It" feature fun, synth-heavy '80s arrangements and even in this early stage Madonna shows range. When she goes from pouting "Tell me what I did to you to make you treat me so badly" to scolding "You better, you better" in "Think of Me" or sexily and brazenly challenging her undecisive lover ("What are you gonna do?") in the delightfully futuristic, celestial "Physical Attraction" her delivery is perfect. The real showstopper here is the scorching ode to female horniness that is "Burning Up". In one of her most convincing performances Madonna proclaims her sexual frustration by first simply stating "I can't quench my desire" then in a final desperate confession "I have no shame". Nasty little guitar licks underscore Madonna's heavy panting in this lust-drenched dance-rocker. While the original album cut is the best thing about "Madonna", make sure you get the remastered CD with the Bonus Tracks because the 12" version actually improves on it. Though the guitars are missing, the extra frantic keyboards make up for it and Madonna's vocals are more in the forefront.
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Format: Audio CD
This was Madonna's debut and although her sophomore album "Like A Virgin" was the one that made her a household name, this album was still very successful and gave her a nice share of hits. Yeah, the songs scream early 80's, but the album is a fun dance LP and a Madonna essential.
1. Lucky Star: 5/5 One of my Madonna faves. This version is much better than the version on "The Immaculate Collection." You need to hear the full song to appreciate it. It hit #4 on the pop charts.
2. Borderline: 5/5 This song has taken years to grow on me, but now I love it. A Madonna classic. This hit #10 on the pop charts.
3. Burning Up: 5/5 A dance hit for Madonna. Although it's a great track, it's one of M's most underrated singles.
4. I Know It: 5/5 The intro sounds like the theme from some bad 80's action flick, but it's a cool song with an edgy chorus.
5. Holiday: 3/5 This is definitely a Madonna classic, but I've never cared for it. It's very recognizable but the other songs on here are better. A top 20 pop hit.
6. Think of Me: 4/5 A good dance track...nothing outstanding.
7. Physical Attraction: 4/5 Ditto to #6.
8. Everybody: 4/5 Madonna's first single was a hit in the dance clubs. It has a fun chorus and is pretty darn catchy.
On the remastered version, there are also two bonus mixes of "Lucky Star" and "Burning Up." A highly recommended album. All big Madonna fans should get this whether you have the "Immaculate Collection" or not. The remastered, extended versions are better. :)
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Format: Audio CD
In 1983, an unknown pop-starlet called Madonna released her debut album. I don't think Madonna thought she would become the international superstar she is today, that's why this album is mostly dance-oriented, more so than her follow-up albums Like A Virgin and True Blue which definitely had a more mainstream pop sound to them. Madonna may not have been an international superstar at this stage in her career, but she was huge in the clubs. Everybody and Holiday support this theory as they raced up the dance charts and No.1 stardom beckoned. Nevertheless, this album has sold 10 million copies to date and inspired a generation. The album was titled "Madonna" in South Africa, Canada and the USA, but was called "The First Album" in Europe, Australia and the UK. Why? Why not?
The music on The First Album, infact all of it is dance-oriented with an obvious touch of pop. The album opens with Lucky Star (10/10). This song, Madonna's second single, proved to the critics that Madonna was no one-hit-wonder as the song peaked in the US Top 10 and No.14 in the UK. The song is bursting with energy and power with its upbeat and funky bassline, along with Madonna's great vocals. Track 2 is Borderline (10/10). This was the third song to be taken from The First Album where it charted at a dismal No.56 in June 1984, but was re-released in January 1986 and peaked at No.2. The song is a much more mellow effort than most of the other songs on this album, but it still has Madonna's soaring vocals with a bouncy bassline that is bound to melt the stoniest of hearts. The video to Borderline is superb, and was included in VH1's 100 Greatest Videos Of All Time. MTV was the biggest helping hand in the early stages of Madonna's career.
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