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Ray of Light
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by: MADONNA


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Warner Bros
EAN: 0093624684725
Feature: MADONNA RAY OF LIGHT
Item Dimensions: 5949223567
Label: Warner Bros.
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageGermanUnknownEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Warner Bros.
MPN: 093624684725
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: March 03, 1998
Publisher: Warner Bros.
Release Date: March 03, 1998
Studio: Warner Bros.

Features:
  • MADONNA RAY OF LIGHT



Disc 1:
  1. Drowned World/Substitute For Love
  2. Swim
  3. Ray Of Light
  4. Candy Perfume Girl
  5. Skin
  6. Nothing Really Matters
  7. Sky Fits Heaven
  8. Shanti/Ashtangi
  9. Frozen
  10. The Power Of Good-Bye
  11. To Have And Not To Hold
  12. Little Star
  13. Mer Girl
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Product Description:
MADONNA RAY OF LIGHT

Amazon.com:
Never underestimate Madonna's power of persuasion: By nearly all critical accounts, Ray of Light, Madonna's first album of new material since 1994's Bedtime Stories, and her first since motherhood, is her richest, most accomplished record yet. While Ray of Light is being tagged as Madonna's big leap into electronica, it's important to note two things: First, her music has always had close ties to dance culture, and, second, her collaborator William Orbit is no Chemical Brother. Though it has all the latest blips, bleeps, and crackles electronica has to offer, Ray of Light is still largely an adult album, completely within Madonna's realm. Still, Orbit's tasteful sonic constructions provide Madonna with her most adventurous, hippest musical backdrop ever. What's more, the arrangements and production are understated enough to highlight an even bigger development: Fresh from singing lessons on the Evita set, Madonna's vocal range, depth, and clarity have never been stronger. But larger pipes don't necessarily make for deeper, truer music. Never a master lyricist, Madonna's words have worked best when they've practically been slogans ("Vogue," "Express Yourself"). This time she goes for more emotional depth, and even tries her hand at ethno-techno-mysticism ("Shanti/Ashtangi"). She largely stumbles, however. The tone conveyed on songs like "Nothing Really Matters" is a self-centered pat on the back that belies her claim to a newfound altruism. It's enough to make you wonder, now that Madonna's given up being our material girl, if maybe she's set her sights on becoming the center of our spiritual world too. --Roni Sarig



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