Category: Classic Rock

Nothing Really Matters - Madonna - Ray Of Light (CD, Album)

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  1. Dalabar says:
    Editors’ Notes Ray of Light was both a comeback for Madonna and a sign of dance music’s impending claim to the pop throne. Her voice is impeccable throughout, but it's the album's slinky, rich dance-floor atmospherics that really set things in a new direction, with producer William Orbit giving the trip-hoppy “Frozen” a lush, dramatic feel and the title track its giddy euphoria.
  2. Tygolkis says:
    Nothing Really Matters This song is by Madonna and appears on the album Ray of Light ().
  3. Shaktishura says:
    Madonna Ray Of Light Nothing Really Matters When I was very young Nothing really mattered to me But making myself happy I was the only one Now that I am grown Everything's changed I'll never be the same Because of you Chorus: Nothing really matters Love is all we need Everything I give you All comes back to me Looking at my life It's very clear.
  4. Yozshusar says:
    Aug 16,  · But on Ray of Light, Madonna is so all-in committed to her metamorphosis that it’s hard not to believe her. “Nothing Really Matters” is a Buddhist-lite song about living in the moment and.
  5. Neshakar says:
    Take a Bow [France CD Single] Nothing Really Matters [Germany CD #2] Nothing Really Matters [UK CD #1] Nothing Really Matters [UK CD #2] Nothing Really Matters; Beautiful Stranger [Australian CD.
  6. Mazunos says:
    Album Rating: Yes but.. Drowned World/Substitute for Love Swim Skin Nothing Really Matters Sky Fits Heaven The Power of Goodbye To Have and Not to Hold.
  7. Gardakus says:
    Apr 26,  · Released in early , 'Ray of Light' was greeted with universal critical acclaim, many hailing it as her most adventurous, artistic and accomplished album, which I'd most certainly agree with. Drastically different to anything she'd recorded previously, many would also argue this is the greatest album of her career, something else I'd definitely agree with/5().
  8. Taugar says:
    Ray of Light is the most unusual of pop albums, and the most pop-iest of electronica albums. By far, her greatest work ever. Nothing Really Matters, which wasn't realeased to radio in the United States, hit the shelves via an excellent maxi single. This single has some excellent remixes, regardless of whether or not most are done by Club /5(52).

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