The reviews of MDNA have been flooding in, and will continue to do so over the coming weeks. Bookmark this page to stay Up to date to all the review links as the are released!
Billboard Music’s Keith Caulfeld never gets it wrong when it comes to Madonna.
MTV News says MDNA is a drug worth taking!
Time Out London’s Review was short and not so glowing….
MusicOMH Blog raves Hard Candy felt like it was grasping at fading trends, MDNA is far more Madonna just being Madonna. And that usually turns out best for everyone involved.
The LA TIMES : Madonna’s new ‘MDNA’ is an adrenaline rush
BBC has reacted positively to Madonna’s new album, saying she is “still pushing the envelope”.
Music critics from The Metro have been treated to a first listen to the diva’s new album MDNA and have given it a resounding thumbs up.
Madonna punches out younger rivals, not least Lady Gaga, with her new album, argues Will Hodgkinson of The Times
The one from Toh! magazine, who attended the listening session in Milan.
The review from The Independent, with Andy Gill saying that Madonna shows the new generation of divas she’s still top of the pop.
Gordon Smart at The Sun, who says Madonna rolls back the years on new album.
Kim Dawson at The Daily Star, saying that Madonna is back at her absolute best with the biggest all-out dance album she’s ever made
Digital Spy, with Robert Copsey saying MDNA is by no means a perfect Madonna album, but it certainly has the potential after repeated listens to be up somewhere in the top six.
Stylist‘s Anita Bhagwandas shares her initial, unedited track by track MDNA reaction MDNA.
The Guardian also had a sneak preview of the new album and warns you to get ready for terrible French accents, amazing pop raves and heartfelt ballads.
Dean Piper’s MDNA Review says she’s nailed it. And in doing so seems to have produced one of her most personal lyrical efforts to date.
MDNA : The MadonnaTribe Review teases “with MDNA she revisits the themes adding some twisted irony proving that she may have Kabbalish blood in her veins now but her bones are still impregnated with catholicism, rivisiting again themes as sin, death, shame, betrayal , twisted love affairs and regret.”
Madonnalicious Gives Her MDNA Review while posting very cool pictures from inside the listening party.
Digital Spy Review of MDNA was not so favorable, saying “MDNA is by no means a perfect Madonna album, but it certainly has the potential after repeated listens to be up somewhere in the top six.”
Pop Justice’s Track by Track Review says If you were worried, stop worrying – there is lots here to be excited about.
Madonnarama.com’s Track by Track Review points out the fact that you can’t please everyone!
The Telegraph : MDNA’s First Track by Track Review was written by a clear ageist!
Boy Culture’s MDNA Review - The first review with real details, straight from Liz Rosenberg’s Listening Party!
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