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Madonna to hold MDNA Album Twitter Chat at 10 P.M. EST

Madonna will answer questions from fans about her newly released album MDNA via Twitter today at 10 p.m. EST.

EnStars on Mar 26, 2012 03:05 PM EDT
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Madonna will answer questions from fans about her newly released album MDNA via Twitter today at 10 p.m. EST.

The live chat will be held via the account @MadonnaMDNAday. Fans can send their questions including the #askmadonna hashtag at the end.

The Material Girl's latest album made its debut today and has earned mixed reviews so far.

Read some of the reviews below:

Associated Press: "Madonna says it best on the opening track of her twelfth album: 'No one can put out my fire,'" writes Mesfin Fekadu. "At 53, she's still got it going on. And thankfully so."

Rolling Stone: "The music chases the latest articulations of club-land ecstasy, but often returns to the blend of synth-driven electro and Sixties-pop classicism she's staked out since Like a Prayer," writes Joe Levy.

"There's something remarkable about Madonna's decision to share her suffering the way she once shared her pleasure. Her music has always been about liberation from oppression, but for the first time the oppression is internal: loss and sadness. Stars - they really are just like us," the magazine writes.

Entertainment Weekly: "Madge spends nearly half the album insisting that this is the Best Party Ever, from the pom-pom-shaking ''Give Me All Your Luvin''' to the Mardi-Gras-beads-tossing ''Girl Gone Wild'' and stereo-blasting ''Turn Up the Radio,"writes Melissa Maerz. ''The album title even suggests that Ecstasy is part of Madge's DNA."

Los Angeles Times: "The music here is certainly not disarming, and while it's dangerous to speculate on the listening habits of artists, 'MDNA' more than anything sounds like an album made by someone who's lost touch with the desires of today's popular music while pursuing other endeavors, including child-rearing and moviemaking," Randall Roberts writes.

Chicago Sun-Times: "'MDNA,' though, despite a rough start, is a revved-up emotional roller coaster full of pop both sunny and bleak, all of it squarely engineered for the dance floor," writes Thomas Conner.

 

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