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True Blue album for sale by Madonna was released May 22, 2001 on the Warner Bros. label. Includes rare 12" dance remixes previously unavailable on CD. Digitally remastered by Ted Jensen (Sterling Sound, New York, New York). Not to take away from the two fine party albums that preceded it, but TRUE BLUE is arguably the first great Madonna album, the one on which she discovered that great soul music isn't just a beat; it usually requires delving into one's own soul. ...See Full Description
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||Best Album of the 80's!!!|
True Blue is the best Madonna album and one of the best albums of all time. True Blue is the best selling studio album by Madonna. This album is trully brilliant because every song is perfect no matter it's hits Live To Tell, Open Your Heart or non-singe songs Love Makes the World Go Round, Where's The Party and Jimmy Jimmy. Papa Don't Preach and La Isla Bonita are still my favorite Madonna songs. Buy this album - you won't be disappointed!!!
By Irina (Ternopil, Ukraine)
||Oldies and Goodies|
Some of Madonna's best work with clear performance.
By marshad33 (Indiana)
The best Madonna album. She was at her best in the eighties. Pop at its finest with good contributing artists and fresh sounds. The romance of her relations during this period presents itself here in classic true blue.
By teardrop (Enicno, CA, USA)
||a nice cd|
This is a pretty good CD. I love it.
By a madonna fan (california)
||The Best Madonna Album!|
This Madonna album is the pinnacle of her commercial success. The album spent five weeks at #1 on the album chart and spawned five top five singles (three of which were #1). From the controversial "Papa Don't Preach" to the mystical Spanish Island in "La Isla Bonita," this album is a must own!
By James (Baytown, TX)
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True Blue songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1851053|
|Release Date||May 22, 2001|
|Engineer||Michael Hutchinson; Michael Verdick|
|Recording Time||52 minutes||