December 17 1993 • The Girlie Show Tour • Tokyo Dome • Tokyo, Japan
Weeks after mixing of Madonna's upcoming album has been finished, the queen of pop surprisingly returned to a Jungly City Studios in NYC with a Brazilian singer Anitta. And Mike Dean, DJ André Laudz and Zé Gonzales.
Last night Madonna shared a picture with a hashtag #idontsearchifind, which is a song title from a list posted and deleted on November 9th. It could be now taken as the first confirmed song title from the new upcoming album.
Here are the very first pictures of clear vinyl records of Madonna's Ray Of Light album to be released tomorrow on Black Friday in the U.S. and Europe. The covers seems to be original and in HQ, including a brand new unique sticker. Shipment is limited to 7 000 units. The catalogue numbers are RCV1 46847 and 603497856220.
Thanks to IAmMessiah72
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In her recent Instagram post, Madonna made a joke about her forthcoming music videos and tour! "The Beauty Roller has SOLD out! Back on line on Wednesday! Thanks for your support! Now I can pay for more videos for my new record and extra dancers for my show! What goes around rolls around! #rolllikeaqueen #beautyroller #mdnaskin"
With these recent videos from her Instagram, Madonna is letting us know, the final mixing of her upcoming album has been done.
One week ago, the American hip hop record producer, audio engineer, and multi-instrumentalist Michael George Dean, widely known just as Mike Dean, tweeted a little tidbit, that he was going to do a final mixing of Madonna's new record. Today Madonna herself just confirmed his presence in the studio.
Mike Dean co-wrote and co-produced already few tracks on Madonna's previous album Rebel Heart including Illuminati, Holy Water, Inside Out and Wash All Over Me.
Since today, the new re-issues of Madonna's albums Erotica and Music pressed on white and blue vinyl are available at British supermarkets Sainsbury's. These are exactly the same pressings available in other European countries with various release dates through October and November, carrying an exclusive Sainsbury's yellow sticker. These exclusive releases are probably the reason for a delay in other territories. Anway, the records are already available in the Netherlands since last week.
Madonna's manager Guy Oseary has flown to London to meet U2 and Madonna, probably to discuss there their future projects. The queen of pop has shared some memories from the beginning of the new album's creating process on Instagram: "Inspiration for my new Record all started here in Lisbon at Tejo bar with @dinodsantiago @vaniaduarte #fado #morna #funana #magic #music PT @mertalas"
The Erotica album on white and the Music album on blue vinyl records are already available in the Netherlands since yesterday. Erotica contains 14 tracks and Music 11. Unfortunately, the cover artworks are the same as released in 2012, which were just photocopied from original issues. Even no new stickers have been issued for now.
Thanks to MellowsMusic.
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