Madonna’s LAST ALBUM WITH THE MAFIA.
Madonna’s eleventh, and final, studio album for Warner Bros., Hard Candy is a brilliant up-tempo collection that adds a hip-hop beat to the cultural icon’s club sensibilities, thanks to collaborations with Timbaland, Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, and Nate “Danja” Hills. Following her previous studio album, 2005’s Confessions On A Dance Floor, which debuted #1 and has sold more than 8 million copies around the globe, Hard Candy punctuates the first 25 years of the album career of the most successful female artist in history with a musical exclamation point.
Listen to it before you download it.
Please let us know your opinions on the album, what songs you loved or hated
This album was released for Free by Nine Inch Nails on their website as a gift to their fans.
We’re waiting for Metallica to do the same now.
This post is thanks to one of those new treasured playlists you can find at MyBloop.com
Japan, December 2007
Hit play and enjoy the Daft Punk concert, or Dafunk Fest@ Makuhari Japan, December 2007
Find more of Daft Punk in MyBloop and buy whatever you can to support the artist.
In Coney Island, NY, Aug 2007
You can also hear a pretty sick recording of the concert played here in New York, Coney Island last summer. I don’t know how they recorded it, but it sounds pretty decent for being recorded from the crowd. It’s cool to hear it, makes you feel as part of the crowd. Can’t wait for them to come back, won’t miss their next concert.
Funny Detail if you hear both concerts
One funny thing, is that it almost seems as if they were playing exactly the same tracks on both concerts, no improvisation of any kind. For all we know, the Real Daft punk could be at home, they send a couple guys with helmets, play a long ass audio file, and do an awesome light show… whatever it is, it’s an awesome party with all that people around you dancing to the loud music and crazy light show.
After hearing both, let us know which crowd you think had more fun, New York or Makuhari?
Bajofondo Tango Club is a South American music band consisting of seven musicians from Argentina and Uruguay. Often compared to Gotan Project, their music is a fusion of acoustic tango and electronic music, part of an evolving tango genre which is known as “Electrotango” or “Tango Fusion”, which is greatly helping to bring tango back into the mainstream. The band, which prefers to refer itself as a “collective of composers, singers and artists”, has a characteristic style that can be considered, besides the aforementioned mixture of tango and electronica, as an innovative form of DNB, house, chill out and trip-hop
I consider this great music to code to.