‘Hung Up’ Possible First Single From New Madonna Album

Contributed by StilettoSadist: DrownedMadonna.com reports that one of the likely songs to be chosen as the first singles is ‘Hung Up’. and Stuart Price are currently in Los Angeles mixing her new album ‘Confessions On A Dance Floor’.

Madonna, Guy & Rocco At Heathrow

July 20, 2005 – Madonna was photographed wearing comfortable clothes as she was on her way, with husband Guy Ricthie and their son Rocco, to take a flight to Los Angeles from London’s Heathrow airport on Sunday (July 17). Pictures at abacausa.com have since been removed.


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10 thoughts on “‘Hung Up’ Possible First Single From New Madonna Album

  1. DAWORD says:

    I don’t think Madonna still has it musically, although even that doesn’t matter much anymore in this superficially visual world. I guess we’ll see.

  2. mandysdandy says:

    Madonna still has the talent. Her voice has improved throughout the years and she still has an amazing ear for what is currently going on in the music world and I’m not talking about the Top 40 either. Her new album sounds amazing and might not be as radio friendly as others. I applaud her for taking a chance musically unlike others like Mariah who only work with producers that everyone and their mamas’ worked with to obtain chart success. I can’t wait till November to get this album.

  3. EdwardAlex says:

    Can’t wait till she is back on her favorite position: on top.

  4. AFStud501 says:

    It’s a dance album, taking a “chance”? She’s a dance artist! (RO)’, ‘Good for Madonna.. but don’t try to diss MC. Mariah sings pop and R&B, because that’s what she likes to listen to.. not because she wants to be a “chart topper”. She has a great voice.. it would be a shame to hide it behind a mess of electronica sounds. Dance music (with the exception of Deborah Cox and a few more) is usually left to the untalented… vocal-wise. If Mariah likes Pop/R&B let her sing Pop/R&B. You can’t force 50 cent who loves rap to sing country… And yes Madonna’s album will debut at #1, there are just that many gay guys in the world… Sorry Edward… I’m not dissing

  5. AFStud501 says:

    It’s a dance album, taking a “chance”? She’s a dance artist! Good for Madonna.. but don’t try to diss MC. Mariah sings pop and R&B, because that’s what she likes to listen to.. not because she wants to be a “chart topper”. She has a great voice.. it would be a shame to hide it behind a mess of electronica sounds. Dance music (with the exception of Deborah Cox and a few more) is usually left to the untalented… vocal-wise. If Mariah likes Pop/R&B let her sing Pop/R&B. You can’t force 50 cent who loves rap to sing country… then say he only sings rap because he wants to be a “chart topper”. And yes Madonna’s album will debut at #1, there are just that many gay guys in the world… Sorry Edward… Im not dissing

  6. jeepgrrl says:

    I agree with you, but it’s her talent for picking good producers…’, ‘…that keeps her music fresh and interesting, not so much her actual voice. Anytime she sings live, you can see what a weak voice she has, but then I guess you have to give her props for not lip-syncing. I do agree she takes more chances with music than any other mainstream artist, certainly more than Mariah. Mariah has an amazing voice, but it would be nice to see her use it in different genres sometimes.

  7. Crusader says:

    Still obsessed with Mariah. Mariah co-produces and writes most of her work dumbás

  8. EdwardAlex says:

    Madonna’s next album will be monumental… not just because of ‘all the gay guys’ but due to the fact that she has a broad range of fans. When I saw her in concert last summer there were every type of people… black/white, young/old (i saw a couple in their 70’s!), gay/straight. She has been around for 20 plus years getting criticized and people believed that she wasn’t going to come through… but look at her after all these years still working her ass off and finding true success. Most recently at Live8 she gained the most positive reviews out of anyone in London’s line up. I am glad to see her going back to her roots of making good dance pop music. I understand that not everyone is going to like her voice, which is fine, but to say that she doesn’t have one is ridiculous! She has a very strong and soulful voice that really comes through in her music. Stuart Price aka Jacques Le Conte will add some very nice additions to the production of the work. And again she is working with electronic genius Mirwais who produced all of American Life, and part of Music. Madonna is also working on one song with Bloodshy and Avant who produced the hit single ‘Toxic’, so that should be interesting to see/hear as well. After all these years she is going to rock it again. I cant wait

  9. TiggerBoi26 says:

    For what I have heard this is her best CD yet. Everytime Madonna has an album that does not sell what people expect of her–she works twice as hard on the next one. If you look at each albums global sales -she really has never had a bomb. Every album goes to #1 or 2? all sell millions. You can’t gage every Madonna album based on the ones that sold 23 million etc. If she could not sing-she would not have made it for over 20-years. Shock value only goes so far. And the last time she really shocked was with Erotica over 13 years ago. I don’t see why people have to put down someone who is talented, smart, and these days a very good person. She has grown up, that can’t be said about all this trash people keep placing her up against.

  10. piglet says:

    Well I think her first 2 major singles off her last record were terrible, but I don’t think she deserves to be written off quite yet. The singles off the record before, Music, were among her greatest.

    Well I’m buying the new Madonna record and I’m a straight guy. I think her music is awesome except for the initial singles off her last record. I think that’s pretty remarkable that it took her 20 years to create crappy singles, I’m sure she’s conscious that she needs to return to quality.

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