Ghv2 (greatest Hits Volume 2) - Madonna Reviews
Description:Genre: Dance & Electronic - Electronica / Artist: Madonna / Audio CD released 2001-11-12 at Maverick / Disc #1 ... more
Ghv2 (greatest Hits Volume 2) - Madonna ... Tracklisting
1 Deeper and Deeper
3 Human Nature
5 Don’t Cry For Me Argentina
6 Bedtime Story
7 The Power of Goodbye
8 Beautiful Stranger
10 Take A Bow
11 Ray of Light
12 Don’t Tell Me
13 What It Feels Like For A Girl
14 Drowned World (Substitute for Love)
Newest Review: ... it so deserved. I think if it had been released as the first single off the album then it would not have had to work so hard ... more
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Customer Ghv2 (greatest Hits Volume 2) - Madonna Reviews (17)
by - written on 19/12/02, updated on 19/12/02 (Very useful, 191 readings)
I’m what you would call a casual Madonna fan. I like her a lot, but have only really started liking her music around the Ray Of Light era, as I wasn’t really aware of her before that, as her hey day had been back in the 80’s when I was only very young. So I don’t yet have a big Madonna collection. I have her two Greatest Hits and her two latest studio albums, plus three singles. So not too bad. I got Greatest Hits Volume Two (GHV2) the day it came out. As I only had her latest two albums, there was some material on here, half of it infact, that I didn’t have, so it was a good buy. But now, after glancing through her other 90’s ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/03/03, updated on 04/03/03 (Very useful, 139 readings)
When Madonna released 'Borderline' in the early 1980's, I wonder how many people thought she would carve out a career which would span 3 decades and possibly more. Not many I bet, but she has, and she has released so many hit singles and albums that she has enough material to make a follow up to 'The Immaculate Collection' which showcased her earlier work. GHV2 is a collection of her music from the last 11 years since the release of the aforementioned 'Immaculate Collection'. The time between the two albums saw Madonna go from media darling to the target of a huge backlash and back to media darling again. Most of it her own doing I must add! .. Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/02, updated on 01/12/02 (Very useful, 109 readings)
Things ain't going smoothly for Madonna at the moment. Her latest movie Swept Away has bombed in the USA and will got straight to video here, judging by the plot I'm not surprised. But when it comes to music the queen of pop had constantly re-invented herself to stay at the top of the game. Mind you I didn't expect to see this recent greatest hits album on sale in Tesco's for £3.99 but it was and the fact that Micheal Jacksons's latest was also the same price may be a sign that popularity isn't longstanding. Still for a few quid this is well worth it as the majority of the tracks on here are worth the time. It all starts with the 7" ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/02, updated on 22/05/02 (Very useful, 151 readings)
As the name implies, this is Madonna's second Greatest Hits collection, comprising most of her amazing songs from the 1990s. So is it comparable to the almost incomparable 'The Immaculate Collection'? Read on and find out... Deeper and Deeper is a jaunty song, right in the middle of the Ninties disco sound, describing how Madonna falls headlong in love after forgetting that she could. Stabbing portentous piano, a skipping syncopated drum machine, synth bass and touches of string form the basis of the melody, boasting a thicker arrangement than anything else on the album. The lyrics describe how Madonna's parents taught her how to love, but that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/12/01, updated on 28/12/01 (Very useful, 129 readings)
My love for Madonna's music started when I bought 'True Blue' in 1986. I was the tender age of 8 years old and I loved it. I still do. That is the appeal of Madonna. After numerous albums and singles, not to mention image and musical direction changes, I can still, hand on heart on with pride, call myself a Madonna fan. Hey, how many ex- Sonia fans still boast about liking her in the 1980s? ;) Madonna's first, and vastly superior, Greatest Hits package was released in 1990. Going by the excellent title 'The Immaculate Collection', it contained the perfect array of hit singles with no fillers to be seen. This is where ... Read the complete review
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