The only redeeming qualities to "Human Nature" are the sinister beat and the hilarious lyric, "Oops! I didn't know we couldn't talk about sex!" It's a great swagger anthem, but not really a great song. Same goes for "Erotica." At least the video for this one was killer though.
Writers: Curtis Hudson, Lisa Stevens Producer: John "Jellybean" Benitez
The producer (Benitez) discovered this song, written by a group called Pop Energy, and offered it to Madonna, since it had been already turned down by other artists. They re-produced the song, in order to increase its commercial appeal. It was released as a single and managed to be Madonna's first hit, reaching #16 in the US and #6 in the UK. Later, it was re-released in the UK and it peaked at #2.
Madonna performed "Holiday" in all of her tours, except one - The Confessions Tour. The picture above is from the Blond Ambition performance, which is really worth the watch.
No video was made for it, but later some performances were used as its videos.
This is really classic Madonna. If "Justify My Love" is the definition of sexy, this is the definition of happiness. 9.5 from me.
Originally posted by ImpressiveInstant
#23 - LIVE TO TELL Average: 8.5694 - Highest: 10 (x12), Lowest: 5 (x2)
Writers: Madonna, Patrick Leonard Producers: Madonna, Patrick Leonard
During the recording of True Blue, Patrick Leonard was writing a theme for some random Paramount film, but ultimately they ended up rejecting it. Then he showed it to Madonna - she decided to use it for Sean's film At Close Range, and wrote the lyrics for it.
It was released as the lead single off True Blue, and it was a success - it was her third US #1, and it peaked at #2 in the UK. It also reached the top 10s of many countries.
She performed it live at The Who's That Girl Tour, The Blond Ambition Tour and The Confessions Tour - in the latter, she performed it hanging on a cross, which caused some controversy over the show.
Its video shows Madonna wearing a more mature look and singing "Live to Tell" in a dark room, while some scenes from At Close Range are shown.
For me, this is Madonna's best ballad. 10.
What the ****ing ****ety-****er ****???? :redthing: :redthing: :redthing: