Madonna hit the big time, but she still gets the blues
Die Another Day [CD-SINGLE]
Beautiful Stranger [IMPORT]
American Pie (Ger) [CD-SINGLE] [IMPORT]
Nothing Really Matters [Maxi Single] [CD-SINGLE]

Erotica - Madonna
Rolling Stone (11/26/92) ...EROTICA is everything Madonna has been denounced for being - - meticulous, calculated, domineering and artificial. It accepts those charges and answers with a brilliant record to prove them...
Something To Remember
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Entertainment Weekly (11/24/95) 
...By placing her greatest-hit ballads...in a new context--that is, separated from her more attention-getting dance music -- Madonna reinvigorates them, which is just what a good best-of compilation is supposed to do... 
Bedtime Stories - Madonna
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Rolling Stone (12/15/94) 
 ...Madonna has come up with some awfully compelling sounds....lush soul and creamy balladry ... Bass-heavy grooves pushing along when more conventional sentiments threaten to bog it down... 
Evita: The Complete Motion 
Picture Music Soundtrack
Evita was finally filmed in 1996, 20 years after its initial incarnation as a studio-bound rock opera. 
In between, of course, it was one of the most successful and long - running musicals on either side of the Atlantic.
Great Books:
Encyclopedia Madonnica 
by Matthew Rettenmund 
Scheduled to be published soon after the release of her seventh full length studio album, Encyclopedia Madonnica is a hip, witty, unconventional catalog designed like an encyclopedia. Unlike a reference book, it features racy commentary on every aspect of the Madonna myth from a  Madonna - friendly point of view. Size D. Photos throughout.
The Complete Guide to the Music of Madonna by Rikky Rooksby
Madonna (Pop Culture Legends) by Nicole Claro, Leeza Gibbons
Covers the singer-actress's life from birth through events late in 1993.
Madonna Superstar: Photographs (Schirmer's Visual Library) by Karl Lagerfeld
Most mature effort of the '80s
Like A Prayer - Madonna
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Considered by many to be the Material Girl's most mature effort of the '80s, Like a Prayer upped the ante of controversy with its gospel-infused title track and the singer's emotional confessions throughout. It also unveiled the hit "Express Yourself," which ushered in the era of Madonna as a "stainless steel sexual icon." 
Like A Virgin - Madonna
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Madonna's second album was her breakthrough, thanks principally to two gimmicky hits: the sinuous "Like a Virgin," with its taboo-busting metaphor for that fresh, clean new-love feeling, and the cutesy, Betty-Boopsy "Material Girl." Most of the rest of the album, although similarly frothy, is superior to those warhorses, notably the irresistible LP tracks "Over and Over," and "Pretender"-- which adds a bit of gossamer delicacy to the mandatory bounciness. 
GHV2 - Madonna
GHV2 doesn't have any new material; "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina," from Evita, and the glorious '60s pastiche "Beautiful Stranger" are the only songs that haven't appeared on a Madonna album before. But it compresses her past 10 years worth of records into an hour of one peak after another.
Reinventing herself as an urban cowgirl pimpette, Madonna once again sets the standard for mainstream pop, which will probably only be topped by her next release. --Beth Massa 
Ray Of Light - Madonna
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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.
The Immaculate Collection
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This is the perfect way to hear Madonna: no album filler, just one hit after another. As a singles artist, she works wonders: quick, danceable tunes that are occasionally "controversial" but never set out to change the world (and don't). The Immaculate Collection begins with her earliest work ("Holiday", "Borderline") and matures from there ("Papa Don't Preach," "Like A Prayer"), ending in 1990. The highlight is the inclusion of "Justify My Love," a track recorded specifically for this compilation. 
I'm Breathless (Music From DickTracy) Madonna
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