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Old 03-06-2007, 12:11 PM   #1
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Song(s) You're Currently Obsessed With

Are there any you can't stop listening to these days?

Mine are

Free Bird-Lynyrd Skynyrd (that guitar solo.. )

Somewhere Only We Know-Keane

Baba O-Riley-The Who

Breathe (2 AM)-Anna Nalick

Live Forever-Oasis
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Outkast - Bombs Over Baghdad

Kylie Minogue with Bono - Kids (live)

Madonna - Forbidden Love
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Outkast - Bombs Over Baghdad

Kylie Minogue with Bono - Kids (live)

Madonna - Forbidden Love
Madonna...

Which "Forbidden Love"? The "Bedtime Stories" one, or the "Confessions" one? I love them both dearly. It's amazing how different they are in terms of lyrics, music and vocals but they are gorgeous songs.
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Which "Forbidden Love"? The "Bedtime Stories" one, or the "Confessions" one? I love them both dearly. It's amazing how different they are in terms of lyrics, music and vocals but they are gorgeous songs.
The one on Confessions. I don't have Bedtime Stories anymore and had forgotten there was a "Forbidden Love" on that one!

I'm completely enamored of the entire Confessions album. It's soooo good.
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I've listened to it so many times lately.
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The one on Confessions. I don't have Bedtime Stories anymore and had forgotten there was a "Forbidden Love" on that one!

I'm completely enamored of the entire Confessions album. It's soooo good.
I agree!! It may not seem to be as deep as "Ray of Light", "Like A Prayer", "American Life" or "Erotica" (which is vastly underrated, IMO. It's about so much more than sex) Anyway, she was able to take spiritual themes, themes about the trappings of fame, even love on a deeper level and put them to music that can't help but make you happy. I love it! It's really a throwback to "Madonna", the first album, to me because it just makes you want to dance from start to finish.
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"Erotica" (which is vastly underrated, IMO. It's about so much more than sex)
That's the second comment saying Erotica was underrated. that I've read here this week! Maybe I'll have to check it out again. I just remember not liking the songs. I don't care for "Bad Girl," "Fever" or the title track. "Deeper and Deeper" is the only one I remember really liking.

I do remember thinking Bedtime Stories was a good record.
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That's the second comment saying Erotica was underrated. that I've read here this week! Maybe I'll have to check it out again. I just remember not liking the songs. I don't care for "Bad Girl," "Fever" or the title track. "Deeper and Deeper" is the only one I remember really liking.

I do remember thinking Bedtime Stories was a good record.
"Bad Girl" is one of my favs. actually. The only songs I don't care for on it are "Deeper and Deeper", and "Where Life Begins"
"Secret Garden" is brilliant. "In This Life" about some of her friends who have died from AIDS is heart-breaking. I love "Thief of Hearts" about a back-stabbing woman. "Waiting" is good too. "Why's It So Hard" is lovely too, about accepting and tolerating differences. It's a much more brilliant piece of work than it gets credit for. I feel the same way about "Bedtime Stories" too.
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