Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Rhino
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"


Madonna Ray Of Light 180g 2LP


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Grammy-Winning Album Released On 180g Vinyl Double LP!
1999 Grammy Award Winner!

Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time - Rated 222/500!

1999 Grammy Award Winner Includes "Frozen," "Ray Of Light" & "Drowned World (Sustitute For Love)!"

Madonna's seventh studio album was released in 1998 and is heavily inflected with electronica, techno and trip hop styles. The album earned her four Grammy Awards from a total of six nominations. The album debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200.

1999 Grammy Award Winner!
• Best Pop Album
• Best Recording Package
• Best Dance Recording: Ray of Light song
• Best Short Form Music Video: Ray of Light music video

"Returning to pop after a four-year hiatus, Madonna enlisted respected techno producer William Orbit as her collaborator for Ray of Light, a self-conscious effort to stay abreast of contemporary trends. Unlike other veteran artists who attempted to come to terms with electronica, Madonna was always a dance artist, so it's no real shock to hear her sing over breakbeats, pulsating electronics, and blunted trip-hop beats. Still, it's mildly surprising that it works as well as it does, largely due to Madonna and Orbit's subtle attack. They've reined in the beats, tamed electronica's eccentricities, and retained her flair for pop melodies, creating the first mainstream pop album that successfully embraces techno. Sonically, it's the most adventurous record she has made, but it's far from inaccessible, since the textures are alluring and the songs have a strong melodic foundation, whether it's the swirling title track, the meditative opener, 'Substitute for Love,' or the ballad 'Frozen....'" - Stephen Thomas Erlewine,

• 180g Vinyl
• Double LP

Side A:

1. Drowned World / Substitute For Love
2. Swim
3. Ray Of Light
Side B:
4. Candy Perfume Girl
5. Skin
6. Nothing Really Matters

Side C:
1. Sky Fits Heaven
2. Shanti / Ashtangi
3. Frozen
4. The Power of Good-Bye
Side D:
5. To Have And Not To Hold
6. Little Star
7. Mer Girl

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