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  1. Lucifer's Angel

    Review

    Hello, I've compiled a list of the 40 best Madonna live performances, ever! I hope you'll enjoy my countdown #40-36 #35-31 #30-26 #25-21 #20-18 #17-15 #14-11 #10-8 #7-6 #5-4 #3-2 #1 Madonna delivered so many excellent performances, so it is quite challenging to rank them all. Do you agree with my list? Which of those performances don't deserve to be in the top 40 and which ones should be there, according to you?
  2. Hello ladies and gays As a partial winner of a set swap I was asked by @RihannaRTT to prepare a playlist of 50 tracks of my choice. I decided to took this opportunity and create a playlist of the best 50 songs of this year so far. There it is: Inb4: It’s just a selection of songs, I didn’t had much time to sort them to make entire playlist sound cohesive, but that’s the outcome for now. Discussion and feedback will be appreciated
  3. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    I Run Away I'm Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman Overprotected What It's LIke to Be Me Cinderella Lonely When I Found You Let Me Be Boys Before the Goodbye I'm a Slave 4 U Bombastic Love I Love Rock 'n' Roll Anticipating That's Where You Take Me
  4. Roman Zolanski

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    Break the Ice Get Naked (I Got a Plan) Get Back Gimme More Piece of Me Everybody Perfect Lover Toy Soldier Ooh Ooh Baby Hot as Ice Freakshow Radar Why Should I Be Sad? Outta This World pile of crap Hell on Earth
  5. did ur fave make it? I see some major snubs Guardian baby
  6. CharnyBoy

    Review

    Slow vs. All the Lovers Still Standing vs. Get Outta My Way Secret (Take You Home) vs. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) Promises vs. Closer Sweet Music vs. Everything is Beautiful Red Blooded Woman vs. Aphrodite Chocolate vs. Illusion Obsession vs. Better Than Today I Feel 4 U vs. Too Much Someday vs. Cupid Boy Loving Days vs. Looking for an Angel After Dark vs. Can't Beat the Feeling You Make Me Feel vs. Heartstrings Slo Motion vs. Mighty Rivers Cruise Control vs. Go Hard or Go Home Aphrodite: 10 Body Language: 5
  7. Freaky Prince

    Review

    https://atrl.net/forums/topic/9-lady-gaga/?do=findComment&comment=13836615
  8. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    By the Grace of God Love Me Choose Your Battles Unconditionally Dark Horse Legendary Lovers Double Rainbow Spiritual This Moment Ghost Walking on Air It Takes Two International Smile Roar This Is How We Do Birthday The way there's not a single bad song on this album
  9. What You Waiting For? vs. Wind It Up Rich Girl vs. The Sweet Escape Hollaback Girl vs. Orange County Girl Cool vs. Early Winter Bubble Pop Electric vs. Now That You Got It Luxurious vs. 4 in the Morning Harajuku Girls vs. Yummy Crash vs. Fluorescent The Real Thing vs. Breakin' Up Serious vs. Don't Get It Twisted Danger Zone vs. U Started It Long Way to Go vs. Wonderful Life LAMB: 8 The Sweet Escape: 4
  10. CharnyBoy

    Review

    1. Dancing Queen 2. SOS 3. The Name of the Game 4. Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight) 5. One of Us 6. Waterloo 7. Fernando 8. Chiquitita 9. Mamma Mia 10. The Winner Takes It All
  11. Urbanov

    Review

    https://www.nme.com/reviews/album/lana-del-rey-norman-fucking-rockwell-review the amount of tea they spilled
  12. gabsuxx

    Album

    I didn't find this topic here, so I made it. It's actually hard to rank the songs on this album, I love all of them, but I'll try, and then tell me your personal rank: 1. In My Arms 2. Like A Drug 3. 2 Hearts 4. The One 5. No More Rain 6. Cosmic 7. Sensitized 8. Nu-di-ty 9. Wow 10. Stars 11. Heart Beat Rock 12. All I See 13. Speakerphone Such a shame there are only 13 tracks, a lot of unreleased songs recorded during the X Sessions are amazing and never got an official release
  13. Rhythm of Love (1990) Better The Devil You Know 10/10 Step Back In Time 8/10 What Do I Have To Do? 10/10 Secrets 7/10 Always Find The Time 6/10 The World Still Turns 6/10 Shocked 8/10 One Boy Girl 8/10 Things Can Only Get Better 7/10 Count The Days 6/10 Rhythm of Love 4/10 73/100 Lets Get To It (1991) Word Is Out 9/10 Give Me Just A Little More Time 7/10 Too Much of a Good Thing 9/10 Finer Feelings 8/10 If You Were With Me Now 4/10 Let's Get To It 6/10 Right Here, Right Now 10/10 Live and Learn 6/10 No World Without You 5/10 I Guess I Like It Like That 8/10 72/100 Kylie Minogue (1994) Confide In Me 10/10 Surrender 9/10 If I Was Your Lover 7/10 Where Is The Feeling 10/10 Put Yourself In My Place 10/10 Dangerous Game 9/10 Automatic Love 9/10 Where Has The Love Gone? 10/10 Falling 10/10 Time Will Pass You By 8/10 92/100 Impossible Princess (1997) Too Far 10/10 Cowboy Style 8/10 Some Kind of Bliss 7/10 Did It Again 9/10 Breathe 9/10 Say Hey 10/10 Drunk 10/10 I Don’t Need Anyone 6/10 Jump 10/10 Limbo 8/10 Through The Years 10/10 Dreams 10/10 89/100 Light Years (2000) Spinning Around 9/10 On A Night Like This 10/10 So Now Goodbye 8/10 Disco Down 7/10 Loveboat 8/10 Koocachoo 6/10 Your Disco Needs You 7/10 Please Stay 4/10 Bittersweet Goodbye 4/10 Butterfly 9/10 Under The Influence of Love 6/10 I’m So High 7/10 Kids 5/10 Light Years 10/10 71/100 Fever (2002) More, More, More 7/10 Love At First Sight 10/10 Can't Get You Out of My Head 10/10 Fever 9/10 Give It To Me 4/10 Fragile 8/10 Come Into My World 10/10 In Your Eyes 10/10 Dancefloor 5/10 Love Affair 10/10 Your Love 6/10 Burning Up 8/10 81/100 Body Language (2004) Slow 10/10 Still Standing 10/10 Secret (Take You Home) 6/10 Promises 7/10 Sweet Music 9/10 Red Blooded Woman 9/10 Chocolate 10/10 Obsession 5/10 I Feel For U 8/10 Someday 10/10 Loving Days 9/10 After Dark 9/10 85/100 X (2007) 2 Hearts 9/10 Like A Drug 6/10 In My Arms 10/10 Speakerphone 7/10 Sensitized 9/10 Heart Beat Rock 8/10 The One 10/10 No More Rain 8/10 All I See 5/10 Stars 5/10 Wow 10/10 Nu-di-ty 2/10 Cosmic 3/10 71/100
  14. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    Since Lust For Life turns 2 today, in celebration of its birthday let's rank this masterpiece from best to worst. Get Free Change Love Heroin Cherry 13 Beaches Lust For Life Summer Bummer When The World Was At War We Kept Dancing God Bless America - And All The Beautiful Women In It White Mustang Groupie Love Beautiful People Beautiful Problems Tomorrow Never Came In My Feelings Coachella - Woodstock In My Mind
  15. Toward the end of 2018, our doe-eyed lady of the lowlands, one Lana Del Rey, released the most unusual single of her already eccentric career. “Venice B*tch” started out simply enough for the first two minutes, a sweet, beachy ballad about falling in love on the west side of LA, before it devolves into a fuzzed-out, extended jam session complete with burbling synthesizers and lyric fragments that stretch and linger on for close to ten minutes. Radio-friendly it is not, and as an advanced single, it’s a pretty bold departure — even for Lana. “Well, end of summer, some people just wanna drive around for 10 minutes get lost in some electric guitar,” Lana told Zane Lowe when the single premiered on his Beats1 radio show, explaining that her managers weren’t too keen on the track as an introduction to her sixth studio album, Norman F*cking Rockwell. It’s likely her managers were just as concerned when, about a month later, she shut down Kanye’s support of Trump with an Instagram comment heard ‘round the music world. “Trump becoming our president was a loss for the country but your support of him is a loss for the culture,” Lana commented on one of Ye’s many posts praising Trump, echoing the sentiments of a huge portion of his fanbase, who had always admired the Chicago legend specifically for speaking truth to power and corruption. Her experimental new single, and the surprising, powerful political statement in response to Kanye signaled that Lana was coming into a new sense of herself — and that newfound confidence seems to have only grown throughout the rest of the leadup to her latest record. Norman F*cking Rockwell is out this coming Friday, and we’ve already heard a whopping six tracks off the album, including “Mariners Apartment Complex,” which was released ahead of “Venice B*tch” by about a week, and “Doin’ Time,” a Sublime cover prominently featured in a new documentary about the band. Lana has a thing for soundtracks, and often incorporates the music she records for film into her albums, too. Actually, “Doin’ Time” is probably one of the most accessible tracks Lana has dropped so far, as most of the material she’s shared with fans off Rockwell is subdued and strange, littered with references to California, her relationship with fame, and a newfound love. And despite the lack of pop production or any real uptempo singles, the reaction to Lana’s slower “Cat Power phase” has been beyond positive. Instead of engaging with old Hollywood glamour and living in the past, or creating a new fantasy world to live in — two songwriting styles she is very skilled at performing inside of — the songs on Rockwell are decidedly present, and come off as genuine personal reflections from the inner workings of her mind. While plenty of pop stars have leaned into sharing intimate details from their lives to help add to the narrative around their art, Lana has famously played her cards close to the chest when it comes to her private life. This isn’t surprising, since her interviews sometimes turn controversial, like the 2014 kerfuffle where her meditations on life and existence were blown out of proportion into a death wish, or that same year when she responded that feminism is boring to one of the male journalists who routinely asked her about feminism instead of, say, the cosmos. If more general subjects like her attempt to engage in existential dialogue, or point out the inherent sexism of being forced to sound off about feminism at every turn led to intense backlash, then getting personal in her songwriting could be even riskier. Or, it could lead to one of the most celebrated albums of her tenure as the most serene pop star of our era. “Hope is a dangerous thing for a woman like me to have, but I have it,” she proclaimed on her next song, going babycase to show solidarity with sticking it to the man, and using a sentence-long title to convey the song’s full message to those who were skimming headlines or tracklists. “Hello it’s the most famous woman you know on the iPad,” she sings, highlighting the strange tension between public and private life that celebrities navigate, particularly when it comes to the way personal relationships are now mediated by technology.” By digging into these surreal complexities instead of writing about legends from the past, Lana is, consciously or unconsciously, building her own mythology bigger than ever. If expectations for this album were already high, when Lana released two additional singles this past Friday in “F*ck It I Love You” and “The Greatest” — along with another viral interview snippet about talking sh*t at Starbucks in her spare time — anticipation was stoked even further. The conversational style of the songwriting on both of these tracks doubles down on the intimate nature of Rockwell, as she sings about moving to LA to try to find herself and unrequited love on the former, and fears about the end of the world, space exploration, and the 2018 Woolsey fire on the latter. Considering we’ve already heard more than a third of the record, six songs of the fourteen tracks, it’s hard to imagine Lana’s next album will be a disappointment. The material that she’s shared is some of the strongest she’s ever written, and with titles like “Love Song,” the title track, and “The Next Best American Record,” it sounds like she has a lot more to stay. If the rest of the record stays within the same off-the-cuff, philosophical and no-f*cks-given vein, then this might be the universally-acclaimed, critically adored album that she has long deserved but never achieved. Either way, Lana Del Rey is about to have a moment, and since this record is one of the most anticipated pop albums of the year, Friday can’t come quickly enough. Source
  16. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    Grand Piano Trini Dem Girls Truffle Butter The Night Is Still Young All Things Go Favorite Buy a Heart Shanghai Get on Your Knees I Lied The Crying Game Want Some More Four Door Aventador Big Daddy Only Win Again Feeling Myself Wamables Bed of Lies Pills n Potions Mona Lisa Put You in a Room Anaconda
  17. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    Go Deep Velvet Rope You What About I Get Lonely Together Again My Need Anything Rope Burn Empty Got 'til It's Gone Every Time Tonight's the Night Special Free Xone Tagging some Janet fans/stans because I don't think they will see this thread @Madonna @Philip @Ruthless Love @Elusive @Bright Moon @Hylia @Chantoya Jo Jackson @RoleModel @I Brings That Levity
  18. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    If That's the Way Love Goes This Time Where Are You Now Again Because of Love You Want This New Agenda Funky Big Band The Body That Loves You Any Time, Any Place Throb Whoops Now What'll I Do Hands down this album is in my top 3 favorite albums of all time. What about y'all? @Liam @Madonna @P. @Bright Moon @Chantoya Jo Jackson @I Brings That Levity @Elusive
  19. Chris Morlock

    Review

    i first knew of her from Mr. Saxobeat back in 2011 and got hooked. then i forgot about her up until a few months ago, which i discovered she did more than the album Saxobeats this is my rank from most fav to least fav. spotify doesn't have the Japan deluxe edition so ill link my #19 in the youtube playlist
  20. Roman Zolanski

    Review

    Roman Holiday Turn Me On Masquerade Va Va Voom Starships Whip It Pound the Alarm HOV Lane Young Forever Automatic Beez in the Trap I Am Your Leader Beautiful Sinner Come on a Cone Marilyn Monroe Stupid Hoe Gun Shot Roman Reloaded Champion Right By My Side Fire Burns Sex in the Lounge an immaculate album
  21. so in celebration of me (almost) hitting 55,555 posts, im going to share my top 10 fav ballads from my fav female-led rock/metal band In This Moment. and also in honour of the new record called Mother to be released this fall lyrics will be linked in the title of each song if you just wanna read the lyrics before listening. Honourable Mention: Sailing Away. (2009) A bonus track on their 2nd studio album, The Dream. also released on the Call Me EP, which both includes their cover of Blondie's classic song Call Me. Ten: Out of Hell. (2014) The closing track of the band's 5th studio album Black Widow. The song tells of the struggles youth may have of a troubled upbringing. Nine: In the Air Tonight. (2017) A cover of Phil Colin's song released on the band's 6th studio album Ritual. Eight: The Blood Legion. (2013) The 13th track on the band's 4th studio album Blood. The song is about the band's relationship with their fans, dubbed The Blood Legion. Seven: A Star-Crossed Wasteland. (2010) The title track of the band's 3rd studio album A Star-Crossed Wasteland. This song is about someone waiting for their lover to return to them after what could have been a fight between them ends. Six: Scarlet. (2013) The 8th track on the band's 4th studio album Blood. This song has a few interpretations. One is that it could be about gay lovers in a forbidden relationship. Another interpretation is that it could be a love triangle in which an ex-lover is still holding onto a mutually abusive relationship. It could also be about womanhood, and that men will never know the pain of a period/childbirth, and even though she's constantly called weak for being a girl, and told she doesn't belong in metal, Maria clings to her femininity and its determined to prove that women are equal, if not better, than the very men who put women down. Five: Lay Your Gun Down. (2017) The closing track of the band's 6th studio album Ritual. The song symbolizes a complicated relationship going wrong, whether the relationship is between lovers or friends. Each person had said or done something to hurt the other and eventually took everything good out of what the relationship once was. Four: 11:11. (2013) The closing track of the band's 4th studio album Blood. The song is about knowing that even though death is inevitable, the time you spent in life, you know you've had some sort of love. Three: The Fighter. (2014) The 9th track on the band's 5th studio album Black Widow. The song alludes to how people are afraid to die and once you realize that nothing can completely prevent death, you finally feel like you've "come alive". Two: World in Flames. (2010) The closing track of the band's 3rd studio album A Star-Crossed Wasteland. The song is about a troubled relationship where she was left alone in the end despite waiting for her lover to return home while everything around her is burning to ash. This song could also be a continuation to the song A Star-Crossed Wasteland. One: Into the Light (Live). (2014) The original track was released on the band's 2nd studio album The Dream in 2010, however my fav version of the song was the live recording from the live album Blood at the Orpheumin 2014 and appeared on the band's 2015 compilation album Rise of the Blood Legion: Greatest Hits Chapter One. The song was written for a few different deaths. specifically when a 15 year old fan had died while listening to their song off their 1st album Beautiful Tragedy (2007) called He Said Eternity. He Said Eternity is about the lead singer, Maria losing her mother and how she had to let go of her mother's passing. Into the Light is more of a hopeful song about the moment when you finally say goodbye to a loved one (human or pet) and you are finally free to let go. heres all of their lyrics of you wish to look at all of their songs. https://www.azlyrics.com/i/inthismoment.html
  22. Roman Zolanski

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    I can't believe we haven't made one for this masterpiece. So Happy I Could Die Dance in the Dark Alejandro Teeth Monster Bad Romance Telephone Speechless
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