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Madonna: 'Confessions On A Dance Floor'
'Confessions On A Dance Floor'
"A Good time straight through and non-stop"

Madonna has called her new album 'Confessions On A Dance Floor' "a good time straight through and non-stop."

"I want people to jump out of their seats" she says about the record, due on 15 November.

Madonna recorded the album earlier this year in London with producer DJ Stuart Price. Price is better known as Les Rhythmes Digitales and Jaques Le Cont. He was Madonna's musical director on the 2001 Drowned World tour.

The album once again features Mirwais Ahmadzai and the Grammy-winning duo of Bloodshy and Avant, as well as Anders Bagge and Peer Astrom of the Murlyn Music Collective and Joe Henry, whose previous Madonna credits include 'Don't Tell Me'.

The first single 'Hung Up', includes a sample of Abba's classic 'Gimme Gimme Gimme'.

Other tracks include 'Get Together', 'Sorry', 'Future Lovers', 'I Love New York', 'Let It Will Be', 'Forbidden Love', 'Jump', 'How High', 'Isaac', 'Push' and 'Like It Or Not'.

The entire CD is seamlessly segued in a classic dance club format.

Klam Meraffe

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