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MDNA was SOOOO bad. SOOO bad. Like, she owes me $9.99 bad.
What I find most interesting about the MDNA tour is that I don’t know anyone who saw the show who liked it all that much, and I know some pretty die hard Madonna fans. Even more interesting is the fact that they will still pay to see her again on her next tour. I’ve seen her a couple times and was blown away by her performance and I loved Ray of Light, but after that she lost me — but based on this tour’s sales she’s still a force to be reckoned with.
Who doesn’t love shitty live vocals with flashing lights?
Well,as paying customers you all are free to not like the album or tour. I found some truly great tracks on MDNA. With such a body of work to chose from, big deal if this album did not agree with you. Next! As for the show, maybe you and your friends had bad seats or could not grasp the brilliance of it. It was pure art. Go see Britney instead. Nobody complains about her shows which are basically the same price minus any artistic value. At least Madonna sings live and as for the lights (as well as everything else) that went into the production-epic. A living legend is always a force to be reckoned with.
geez, m, get a grip
you think her concert was art, yay! that’s an objective view, but i’m glad you liked her show, doesn’t make everyone else a britney lover
but you sound like a 13 year old girl stomping her feet and defending her teen mag crush
and by the way, madonna doesn’t live sing her entire show
Album was a flop, tour was a flop, film release will be a flop. For a laugh, search Madonna here on Queerty and read the comments prior to and following the album release. The die hard Madge fans had their panties in a bunch anytime anyone suggested that the album was tire, unoriginal, same ol same ol. And turns out, it was. When she stops taking herself so seriously and so intent on changing the world, maybe her music will be worth paying attention to again.
@Spike: Your life is a flop.
@Jame: Feel better now? Let me guess, you bought the album, went to the concert and will be going to the movie. Your choice, I have no need to judge , nor insult, as you do.
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