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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: #4,772 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 Qian Song on May 30 2008
Format: Audio CD
This was Madonna's first album ever, and was the one that made her a disco diva in a time period where disco was dying out. She invented a type of music that transformed into dance music, and became a major influence on the world. Simply titled MADONNA at the last moment, it became a sleeper hit, climbing the charts for several months before reaching its peak.

Album Cover: 3/5
This is easily Madonna's worst cover, her hair is not that good, and she looks defenseless and bare. However, something in her eye convinces you she is more than just the flavour-of-the-month, and boy, is she right.

1. Lucky Star: 4/5
This was the video that introduced Madonna's belly-button to the world. It has a synth-sounding beginning that sounds electric and fresh. This song features the lyrics of a mother goose rhyme, but turns it a hit with a sexy rendition. Overall, the vocals aren't particularly good, the production is a little bit bare, but the personality is there, and that is enough for now.

2. Borderline: 5/5
This song's beginning sounds so familiar that I cannot but think that it's a song I've heard over and over before, but never realized it. It has a great dance beat, and she uses her high vocals to pull this song off as an innocent and plain, but also fun and exhilarating, ride on a roller coaster.

3. Burning Up: 4.5/5
This is perhaps the earliest song of hers that can be described as sexy. Although this is pretty virginal compared to Erotica, Madonna's pants and moans that you hear so often in Britney songs today makes this a simple and enjoyable dance groove.

4. I Know It: 3.5/5
Although her voice is tiny and sharp, it really added character to this song and made it actually enjoyable.
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By DM on July 13 2004
Format: Audio CD
Madonna's self-titled debut came out on July 27, 1983. Madonna wasn't very well known then, and that's an understatement. The album entered the top 200 in early September and debuted at number #190. From there it took over a year for it to reach it's peak. It hit #8 (it's peak) only a couple of weeks before the release of her second album, Like A Virgin. From there it was YEARS before it fell off the chart. At first the album wasn't succesful much, but then Madonna constantly started to perform in clubs in the US and UK making this album very successful. In the UK this album peaked at #6. The album has 8 songs on it and 2 more tracks were added for the remastered re-release in 2001.
I. Lucky Star
A remake of the classic childrens rhyme. This song is remembered for the video which first showed the world the famous look that is remembered to this very day and began the stuff about her bellybutton, as well as starting the trend of "Madonna wannabees". The song however isn't that good. This was the 5th single off the album and hit #4 in the US and #14 in the UK 5/10
II. Borderline
A good song. It's mainly the same as the video version but she also sings some other lyrics that aren't in the video. This was the 4th single off the album and it hit #10 in the US and #56 in the UK. Borderline and Lucky Star were so successful that Madonna moved back the release date of Like A Virgin. 9/10
III. Burining Up
The best song on the whole album. It has a great beat and it never gets boring. The lyrics here also forshadowed all those controversies that were to come "I'm not the same I have no shame I'm on fire". This was the 2nd single. 10/10
IV. I Know It
Out of the 3 songs that weren't singles this is the only good one. The refrain is good in this song.
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By Aaron on Feb. 11 2004
Format: Audio CD
In addition to being the greatest one-artist dance record ever, this disc provides ad men, and those who dream of being ad men, with wonderful inspirations.
1. Lucky Star: Works great for a cereal ad... "You must be my Lucky Charms..."
2. Borderline: A guy has a girlfriend who loves books. To please her, he keeps buying her books at America's favorite franchise. She "keeps on pushing my love, to the Borders line."
3. Burning Up: 12 seconds of song, then "Hi, I'm Madonna. You know when I'm burning up, I reach for Preperation H."
4. I Know It: Forget it, hit FWD. Not commercial enough.
5. Holiday: I now what you're thinking, "Pleasure Cruise ad." But follow me here: The next time Hallmark lobbies Congress for a new "Day," custom discs are sent to our elected officials: "If we took a holiday, took some time to celebrate our Great Uncles." Also consider this song if California's Caesar Chavez Day is pushed nation-wide.
6. Think of Me: A great reason to create a new energy drink, or lifestyle magazine, called "Me". (Too pushy a pitch to sell a person/ upcoming celebrity).
7. Physical Attraction: Perfume or roach traps, but not both.
8. Everybody: Great for a pro-United Nations campaign. Or perfect for Pepsi, if they want to come back, and if they'll allow minorities to be part of "Everybody."
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Format: Audio CD
Madonna's self-titled debut was released in July 1983
BEFORE:
Madonna Ciccone was a NY club sensation. Moving to NYC from Bay City MI with less than $50 to her name, Madonna slowly made her way up. Before the release of this album, she had already scored one huge dance single with Everybody, and was climbing the dance chart with Burning Up at the time of release.
AFTER:
While not an overnight success (when the album peaked, it had been out 15 months), Madonna's debut proved to be "the little album that could". Lambasted by critics at first, and at first resisted by a disco-backlashed radio environment. Madonna quietly crept into the nations conscience in 1984. Borderline, Holiday and Lucky Star have all become radio standards.
Madonna's debut is one of the greatest dance records ever. Released not too long after Flashdance began to make dance music accepted again, every single track off this album was played in clubs around the world in 83/84. There is no "substance" song on this that Madonna has added as she got older and wiser, but in the terms of this album, it was amazing. Like A Virgin was the blockbuster, but "Madonna" was a stronger album in my book, and it also lasted on the Billboard album chart for FOUR YEARS.
Every song is a classic on this. Still one of her best.
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