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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 63 customer reviews
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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)

Product Description

Japanese remastered version of Madonna's debut 1983 self titled album. Includes the hit song's 'Lucky Star', 'Borderline', 'Holiday', 'Burning Up' and 'Everybody'. Warner. 2005.

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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)
5. HOLIDAY (#16 US / #2 UK)
8. EVERYBODY (#107 US)
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By KaseyG 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
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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Ah the good, old 80s. Madonna's first album still stands as one of her best! The songs are fun with 5 of the 8 being released as singles. Who can forget Holiday, Borderline and Lucky Star? Who can forget the videos? This album came out 1983 in the height of the video craze. This is a solid album and I'm happy to get the re-release on vinyl. The sound is wonderful, crisp and clean - even better than the original. Hard to believe it's almost 32 years since the release of this great disc. Anyone who is a fan of that era, of Madonna, and of vinyl should pick up a new copy of this.
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