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  • Disco de vinilo (6 de diciembre de 2016)
  • Número de discos: 2
  • Sello: Mis
  • ASIN: B01M3Y3W7G
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MADONNA nunca deja indiferente y si eres un fan fan tienes que tenerlo, con la magia del vinilo que siempre es una gozada tenerlo en grande.
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Envío rápido. Lo único malo es que la carátula esta un poco estropeada, lo que no supone problema, comprando una nueva de los chinos
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Madonna As A Socialist 9 de febrero de 2011
Por Brandon K. Rocha - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
I know many people claim that the album they are reviewing happens to be their favorite album by that artist. I've written reviews before, but this truly IS my favorite release from Madonna.

No Human being has ever seen the true meaning of socialism or communism, nor has anything close been attempted. Neither can be "attempted" as its a slow natural psychological growth of society. Madonna portrays herself as a "Marxist" and reflects on her growing up in the United States, the heart of global Capitalism. To those who spend forever studying this philosophy, you can hear the lyrics and know EXACTLY what she is referencing. To the average listener, the meanings of certain songs will never penetrate their brain. Perhaps Madonna made a mistake and forgot that many Americans don't have enough wisdom to understand something complex. This album shows how human we must become, less selfish, less narcissistic or else we are going to literally destroy each other.

The song, I'm So Stupid talks about how she is no longer brainwashed by the Capitalist propaganda, and how she used to live in the bubble of illusion. As for the title track, she clearly is using sarcasm to say she has a butler, nanny, bodyguards, as an example to show how greedy and spoiled people can be and still will never be happy. Hollywood is a song of artificial beauty and the average superficial pathology in our current society. Love Profusion was placed in the album as a sweet break from all the serious concepts contained on the record. (I Own this on Vinyl besides Cd) Though I have no source to support this, but I personally feel Love Profusion was about her stance on gay marriage. She wants a "Celebration" because one should not have to worry about what others think if love is true. The gay marriage debate was circulating the American media at the time of the album's and single's release. Nobody knows me indicates that in society most people lack a true understanding of their identity, let alone a true understanding of each other as human beings. She doesn't listen to the media, she doesn't watch TV, she wants people to know who she is. In our materialistic society people compete against each other for survival leading to incivility. The meaning to the album is so complex, I'd be typing for hours.

Grab this album, you don't have to be a socialist or agree with the philosophy, but Madonna does speak truth when she confronts MAJOR social problems in today's capitalist world.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas An Honest yet Fun Record 23 de febrero de 2015
Por Roman Sanchez - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
American Life is one my most favorite albums from Madonna, there is not one track that I dislike one bit.
I really like the enlarged poster included as well as the overall packaging, though I think something a little more could have been included.
In my opinion, I think it is one of her best albums (despite having negative reviews due to its social environment) because it has a concept and a direction and also because the entire album has a cohesiveness that is very rare to come across these days. I love the production and the lyrics. Very fun and spontaneous, yet very honest and personal.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas it's so hard to find, someone to admire 15 de noviembre de 2007
Por JGC - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
As a child of the 80's, I was a crazed-Madonna-fanatic. I literally grew up with Madonna. Everything she did was always such a huge, world-wide spectacle. Because, Madonna was once, arguably, the most famous human being on this entire planet. And, more than a decade before Kathy Griffin coined the phrase, Madonna really did have millions of her very own g-a-y-s, all over the world. I always loved how Madonna would disappear for a few years and then come back as a totally different person; she always sounded so different, acted different and of course, she looked completely unique. Some say that Madonna cannot act; I tend to disagree. The most difficult, challenging and intricate role she has ever played was "Madonna." Who knows, maybe she had Dissociative Identity Disorder...?

Out of all of the incarnations that Queen-Madonna possessed (or should I say possessed Queen-Madonna?) I prefer the relatively short-lived "American Life" phase. During this "era" (Winter-Spring '03,) Madonna was the catalyst. She talked about nuclear testing and was very interested in the peace-effort. With her jet-black hair, form-fitting military fatigues and now-trademark "American Life" beret, Madonna resembled a fighter who was out to "change the world" so to speak.

If you're unfamiliar with Madonna's impressive musical resume and do not know where to start, look no further, because you are home with "American Life." This is truly Madonna's best record in years. Because (maybe for the first time?) she wasn't just playing a part. Yes, I know she got all dressed up for the cameras. But her music and lyrics were so real and fundamental. She revealed so much of herself on this CD.

Of course, I love the title-track, lead-single and most controversial song on this album, "American Life." Madonna sings about all the clichés that society thinks about her, but she is nothing more than the "American dream." In staccato, she even raps for us. You might remember Madonna had the music-video pulled before it even débuted within the US. This was one of the only times in Madonna's 20+ year career where she publicly showed a sense of contriteness and humility.

"Mother & Father," "Hollywood," and "X-Static Process" are three first-rate songs that I also especially enjoyed. On these songs alone, Madonna brings the listener into her lone world. You will be able to look inside Madonna's intricate mind and actually see what makes her tick. You don't have to like what you see, and you don't even have to respect her; but you can't deny that she was (is?) a bona fide, unabashed iconoclast.

My favorite track on this CD and one of (if not my favorite song, ever) is "Nobody Knows Me." It is pure artistic poetry. And, I was always disappointed that "Nobody Knows Me" didn't come out as a full single. Like a cat holding onto her last breath, Madonna starts this song out by singing, "I've had so many lives." She goes on to tell us that she isn't "that kind of guy." Nope. The real Madonna is shy and introverted. She may have once sung about "expressing yourself," and telling him where to stick it, but in the end Madonna's just a shy housewife that's content on standing behind her man. (Incidentally, does anyone else believe that Madonna was once a g-a-y man in a past life?) Madonna also sings about a "social disease." This phrase is so funny, because there was once a time that "social disease" was a euphemism for HIV/AIDS (when society was too bigoted to actually talk about this ;) and everyone knows how Madonna was always such a teacher as far as AIDS-prevention/education was concerned. On second thought though, maybe Madonna's social disease isn't sexual? Instead it is more deep-rooted. The "social disease" that she is singing about is personal intimacy. The day this album came out, I went to a release party in celebration of Madonna's latest work in Greenwich Village. But Madonna took off early. Like Greta Garbo, Madonna just wants to be let alone; maybe that's why nobody knows her?
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Esther Fest 20 de noviembre de 2007
Por JGC - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
If you're a collector, you may want to get the Japanese release of "American Life." Although it doesn't have any extra tracks, it does include the lyrics to all of the songs in English and Japanese.

As a child of the 80's, I was a crazed-Madonna-fanatic. I literally grew up with Madonna. Everything she did was always such a huge, world-wide spectacle. Because, Madonna was once, arguably, the most famous human being on this entire planet. I always loved how Madonna would disappear for a few years and then come back as a totally different person; she always sounded so different, acted different and of course, she looked completely unique. Some say that Madonna cannot act; I tend to disagree. The most difficult, challenging and intricate role she has ever played was "Madonna." Who knows, maybe she had Dissociative Identity Disorder...?

Out of all of the incarnations that Queen-Madonna possessed (or should I say possessed Queen-Madonna?) I prefer the relatively short-lived "American Life" phase. During this "era" (Winter-Spring '03,) Madonna was the catalyst. She talked about nuclear testing and was very interested in the peace-effort. With her jet-black hair, form-fitting military fatigues and now-trademark "American Life" beret, Madonna resembled a fighter who was out to "change the world" so to speak.

If you're unfamiliar with Madonna's impressive musical resume and do not know where to start, look no further, because you are home with "American Life." This is truly Madonna's best record in years. Because (maybe for the first time?) she wasn't just playing a part. Yes, I know she got all dressed up for the cameras. But her music and lyrics were so real and fundamental. She revealed so much of herself on this CD.

Of course, I love the title-track, lead-single and most controversial song on this album, "American Life." Madonna sings about all the clichés that society thinks about her, but she is nothing more than the "American dream." In staccato, she even raps for us. You might remember Madonna had the music-video pulled before it even débuted within the US. This was one of the only times in Madonna's 20+ year career where she publicly showed a sense of contriteness and humility.

"Mother & Father," "Hollywood," and "X-Static Process" are three first-rate songs that I also especially enjoyed. On these songs alone, Madonna brings the listener into her lone world. You will be able to look inside Madonna's intricate mind and actually see what makes her tick. You don't have to like what you see, and you don't even have to respect her; but you can't deny that she was (is?) a bona fide, unabashed iconoclast.

My favorite track on this CD and one of (if not my favorite song, ever) is "Nobody Knows Me." It is pure artistic poetry. And, I was always disappointed that "Nobody Knows Me" didn't come out as a full single. Like a cat holding onto her last breath, Madonna starts this song out by singing, "I've had so many lives." She goes on to tell us that she isn't "that kind of guy." Nope. The real Madonna is shy and introverted. She may have once sung about "expressing yourself," and telling him where to stick it, but in the end Madonna's just a shy housewife that's content on standing behind her man. (Incidentally, does anyone else believe that Madonna was once a g-a-y man in a past life?) Madonna also sings about a "social disease." This phrase is so funny, because there was once a time that "social disease" was a euphemism for HIV/AIDS (when society was too bigoted to actually talk about this ;) and everyone knows how Madonna was always such a teacher as far as AIDS-prevention/education was concerned. On second thought though, maybe Madonna's social disease isn't sexual? Instead it is more deep-rooted. The "social disease" that she is singing about is personal intimacy. The day this album came out, I went to a release party in celebration of Madonna's latest work in Greenwich Village. But Madonna took off early. Like Greta Garbo, Madonna just wants to be let alone; maybe that's why nobody knows her?
2 de 2 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas American Pie 20 de noviembre de 2007
Por JGC - Publicado en Amazon.com
Formato: CD de audio Compra verificada
As a child of the 80's, I was a crazed-Madonna-fanatic. I literally grew up with Madonna. Everything she did was always such a huge, world-wide spectacle. Because, Madonna was once, arguably, the most famous human being on this entire planet. I always loved how Madonna would disappear for a few years and then come back as a totally different person; she always sounded so different, acted different and of course, she looked completely unique. Some say that Madonna cannot act; I tend to disagree. The most difficult, challenging and intricate role she has ever played was "Madonna." Who knows, maybe she had Dissociative Identity Disorder...?

Out of all of the incarnations that Queen-Madonna possessed (or should I say possessed Queen-Madonna?) I prefer the relatively short-lived "American Life" phase. During this "era" (Winter-Spring '03,) Madonna was the catalyst. She talked about nuclear testing and was very interested in the peace-effort. With her jet-black hair, form-fitting military fatigues and now-trademark "American Life" beret, Madonna resembled a fighter who was out to "change the world" so to speak.

If you're unfamiliar with Madonna's impressive musical resume and do not know where to start, look no further, because you are home with "American Life." This is truly Madonna's best record in years. Because (maybe for the first time?) she wasn't just playing a part. Yes, I know she got all dressed up for the cameras. But her music and lyrics were so real and fundamental. She revealed so much of herself on this CD.

Of course, I love the title-track, lead-single and most controversial song on this album, "American Life." Madonna sings about all the clichés that society thinks about her, but she is nothing more than the "American dream." In staccato, she even raps for us. You might remember Madonna had the music-video pulled before it even débuted within the US. This was one of the only times in Madonna's 20+ year career where she publicly showed a sense of contriteness and humility.

"Mother & Father," "Hollywood," and "X-Static Process" are three first-rate songs that I also especially enjoyed. On these songs alone, Madonna brings the listener into her lone world. You will be able to look inside Madonna's intricate mind and actually see what makes her tick. You don't have to like what you see, and you don't even have to respect her; but you can't deny that she was (is?) a bona fide, unabashed iconoclast.

My favorite track on this CD and one of (if not my favorite song, ever) is "Nobody Knows Me." It is pure artistic poetry. And, I was always disappointed that "Nobody Knows Me" didn't come out as a full single. Like a cat holding onto her last breath, Madonna starts this song out by singing, "I've had so many lives." She goes on to tell us that she isn't "that kind of guy." Nope. The real Madonna is shy and introverted. She may have once sung about "expressing yourself," and telling him where to stick it, but in the end Madonna's just a shy housewife that's content on standing behind her man. (Incidentally, does anyone else believe that Madonna was once a g-a-y man in a past life?) Madonna also sings about a "social disease." This phrase is so funny, because there was once a time that "social disease" was a euphemism for HIV/AIDS (when society was too bigoted to actually talk about this ;) and everyone knows how Madonna was always such a teacher as far as AIDS-prevention/education was concerned. On second thought though, maybe Madonna's social disease isn't sexual? Instead it is more deep-rooted. The "social disease" that she is singing about is personal intimacy. The day this album came out, I went to a release party in celebration of Madonna's latest work in Greenwich Village. But Madonna took off early. Like Greta Garbo, Madonna just wants to be let alone; maybe that's why nobody knows her?


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