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I'm Going to Tell You a Secret (W/Dvd)
Madonna
I'm Going to Tell You a Secret (W/Dvd)
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
  •  Track Listings (14) - Disc #1
  •  Track Listings (1) - Disc #2

With I?m Going To Tell You A Secret, which documents her Re-Invention World Tour on CD and DVD, Madonna turns the world into one big dancefloor. With a staggering 35 #1 dance hits during her unparalleled career, Madonna is...  more »

      
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All Artists: Madonna
Title: I'm Going to Tell You a Secret (W/Dvd)
Members Wishing: 0
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Label: Warner Bros / Wea
Original Release Date: 1/1/2006
Re-Release Date: 6/20/2006
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 2
SwapaCD Credits: 2
UPC: 093624999027

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With I?m Going To Tell You A Secret, which documents her Re-Invention World Tour on CD and DVD, Madonna turns the world into one big dancefloor. With a staggering 35 #1 dance hits during her unparalleled career, Madonna is the Queen of the Dance Floor, with an unrivaled reputation for astonishing stage spectacles. I?m Going To Tell You A Secret reveals all.

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Madonna Is Going To Tell You A Secret and it just might make
Porfie Medina | Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA | 06/22/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I'm Going To tell You A Secret is another documentary from the most successful female recording artist in history the one and only MADONNA. For anyone who has seen Madonna Truth or Dare (Blonde Ambition Tour 1990) you know how entertaining Madonna can be. If you are looking for a Truth or Dare part 2 you are going to be disappointed. This is Madonna 14 years later (Reinvention Tour 2004) and she is not pushing the boundaries of sexuality as she did in the early 90's. What Madonna is doing is what we all at one point in our lives or another do, and that is question the purpose of our lives and that we try to be better people. At times I do miss the early sexual in your face Madonna, but like Madonna me and many other fans have grown up and are older and we have different interests. There comes a point in your life when you start to look beyond the surface and want to know more about the big picture. I will be forever grateful that I was one of those kids that got to see and grow up with Madonna and watch her push all those boundaries and define the music and MTV era like no one before or since. Now days it is hard to find someone who is as daring, truthful, outspoken or original as she was and still is. What will separate Madonna from other stars is that she keeps going. She may be drug down in the dirt for releasing what some call a bad album or bad movie, yet she will bounce back and amaze the hell out of you with a record breaking album (Confessions on A Dance Floor hit #1 in over 40 countries) and release a tour that goes beyond what a tour is supposed to be by stimulating your mind and senses. She is human and like all of us she will have her ups and downs. What makes her a true artist is that she does what she wants and creates the art she wants, and you can either join her along for one amazing emotional journey or you can stay behind and watch. I'm Going To Tell You A Secret is a great documentary and it shows no matter how rich and famous you get there is more to life than just that. I will not ramble any more but encourage anyone who has an open mind and who is looking to be touched by the human spirit and be inspired to be a better person and less judgmental to check this movie out!

The DVD will contain the documentary movie IM GOING TO TELL YOU A SECRET and it includes live and stage performances of the songs below:

Vogue
American Life
Mother and Father
Nobody Knows Me
Music
Hollywood (Remix)
Lament
Like A Prayer
Holiday
Imagine

Below are the songs included on the CD

The Beast Within
Vogue
Nobody Knows Me
American Life
Hollywood (Remix)
Die Another Day
Lament
Like A Prayer
Imagine
Mother and Father
Susan MacLeod/Into The Groove
Music
Holiday
I Love New York (Demo version)

For some strange reason Madonna or her people choose to not include the Directors Cut of the AMERICAN LIFE video and the DVD does not include the full versions of the songs only the edited versions. I for one am upset as are many other Madonna fans. The press release gave us fans false information on this DVD/CD set. Also save yourself a ton of money and buy this at Walmart Super Center (not online just in store) I only payed $16.97 compared to the $23.99 retail price. Thank God I did not pay full price or I would be really upset. I love Madonna but because of this misinformation I give this set 4 stars instead of the 5.




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3.5 Stars... Interesting DVD but baffling live album
Paul Allaer | Cincinnati | 08/11/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The CD: 3 Stars; the DVD: 4 Stars

Upon righting her career after the underwhelming "American Life" album with the very enjoyable "Confessions on the Dance Floor", Madonna now issues her first live album in her 20+ year career, released just in time to coincide with the start of the "Confessions" tour in the US.

"I'm Going To Tell You a Secret" is a CD-DVD combo. The CD (14 tracks, 66 min.) is a baffling choice for Madonna's first live album. The problems are many: almost half the tracks are from the mediocre "American Life" album, and they're just not great; of the other "greatest hits" tracks, too many are reworked quite substantially from their original form, taking away from the enjoyment, such as in "Like a Prayer" and "Holiday" (notable exception: a terrific "Vogue"); and then there is the horrible cover of John Lennon's "Imagine". "I Love New York" is a studio "bonus" track, and quite good.

The DVD (140 Min.) is a different story altogether. It's not a concert film, but rather an account of the 2004 "Re-Invention" tour. I was amazed that Madonna gave so much access to private moments with her family, in particular her 2 kids, who appear frequently in the documentary. Other interesting aspects include the comments from Madonna's dad, and her frequent reflections on religion, which really shape his documentary. Not so good is the actual concert footage, with a non-stop barrage of different camera angles (literally about once every second or two, just dizzying, and greatly talking away from the enjoyment of watching it). But overall, I found the documentary quite interesting.

I saw Madonna in concert when she did her infamous 30 min. set at Coachella this year. What fun that was. It's unfortunate that the live CD of "I'm Going to Tell You a Secret" doesn't reflect the live Madonna experience in a better way..."
Love it!
Vanessa M. Henderson | Clovis, NM | 06/22/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Are you a fan? Don't think twice, go ahead and buy it! The CD is wonderful and the documentary is out of this world. She has changed and what a change! :)"