Various Artists – True Fuckin’ Blue – The Noise Tribute to Madonna

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artists: Various Artists
title: True Fuckin’ Blue – The Noise Tribute to Madonna
keywords: experimental ambient drone harsh noise industrial madonna madonna covers madonna remix midwest noise power electronics Leavenworth
reviewer: Perez Holtin

What a wonderful morning it must be for Madonna on the day she would discover this wonderful tribute by all these fabulous hardcore Madonna fans from all over the world, wonderful talented people who all happen to be noise makers. It is well known that her morning ritual of sportive activities are rigorous but with this compilation playing, her exercises will be going quick and smoothly; who needs a fruit juice or a coffee when there is all these goodies to tear your world apart?

The tribute compilation to this wonderful pop icon starts with a ‘Mourning Madonna’ done by one of the loyal madonna fans RUBBISH. You can clearly hear that RUBBISH does everything in its needs to please Madonna and fans with this gift. What a blast! What groove to get into!

And what about Easy Bake Oven’s Like A Virgin (Madonna Does Masonna Mix)? We have heard a lot of Like A Virgin remixes, but this is one that will wipe your desire of them all away & replace them with a mesmerizing sound of icon of pop meets icon of noise celebration!

It is clear that with every track or tune on this Madonna worshipping compilation a lot of love has gone into it. Battalion Of Cloudships’s Rain (Summon) is one stunning piece of work that could easily be imagined to be useful for a intermezzo in one of her epic live shows. The music is as atmospheric as it can get, almost like a Devil’s Prayer but then probably just hoping for a huge amount of rain to fall down.

Another huge Madonna hit is of course everyone’s favorite ‘Borderline’. Endless Chasm does bring a lovely charm into something that sounds very original but might be in fact Borderline completely mutilated. If that is the case than Endless Chasm had done this in such a respectful way that even die hard Madge fans would have to hear it twice to believe their ears!

Into The Groove is a public’s favorite, a dance tune that had hit the charts and the world with drastic effect. Crypt Of The Cobra makes everyone tuned into the compilation relive this impact of the original again. And wow, this version of Into The Groove is so groovy, you will be rocking out with arms full of bracelets like its in the middle of the eighties!

I Porno You summons up the masterful work of Madonna’s Erotica. It’s a short piece but is hot as hell and just as sexy as the icon’s S.E.X. book. (But than as if the previous collectable of a book had been thrown in a fire..)

Moulttrigger goes for a special version of ‘Hanky Panky’ which takes it all into the glory hole that is the future of pop. This is a menacing and futuristic tribute and features some beautiful whaling that fervent fans could whale along with!

Music brings the people together and so does Musician’s version of the Madonna hit ‘Music’. Somehow I could imagine the fans all coming together and discuss this work, sharing it on their fan sites and dancing to it at their homes and Madonna themed parties! Such epicness!

But best tune on this tribute compilation must be the very pretty and beautiful cover version of Madonna’s Like A Prayer by Bullshit Market. It has everything that will please the die-hard Madonna fans & probably Madonna herself; beautiful singing, (like an angel dying .. crying!) and the most soothing sounds of pop love that will probably result in the original being banned on MTV again. Wonderful!

Ragk’s Papa Don’t Preach is so very inspiring; it has that church-like theme going on, something that winks to Madonna’s roots and is executed in such a way that it will touch you like a virgin, who had been touched for the very first time.

STCVLR takes on the Madonna challenge by giving an excellent cover version of ‘DRESS YOU UP’. The singing is so sincere and full of passion, full of love! The queen of pop will be pleased & might want to collaborate with STCVLR on a future album.

The amount of excellent tracks on this compilation seems to be endless, and Flower Of Flesh And Blood’s Madonna’s 12th Bday Party is certainly no exception. It is very steamy and empowering, gruesome party celebration!

Madonna’s bewitched hit ‘Frozen’ is also reimagined by PKWST. It’s like a magic dark ritual with madonna sounds mortified into some kind of apocalyptic fun fair. You only hear what your ears wants to hear! This is unreal and yet so real!

The remix of the Madonna hit ‘Hung Up’ by Shadowpiercer is one ready to hit the club! This is made to make the dance floors crack all over the world! Loud and oh so catchy!

See Through Buildings – Cherish (Tribute to Madonna) is another precious gift on this tribute album to the queen of pop. You can hear the passion and love for Madonna in this blast of a track by See Through Buildings. What’s not to love?

rue Blue, the song Madonna wrote for Sean Penn has come back in a new shape and form thanks to the legendary Contraktor. It is sounding so true to being blue, that it is as if someone is choking you until the color of your skin also had become blue. What can you say about it? Truer then this True Blue by Contraktor will be an impossible find, even Madonna would agree with that.

ike A Virgin by N0123NOISE has nothing to hide, with its neatly done and respected bow to the original we can all chill on the fine fuzz together with the pop sound of this classic that simply never gets old!

o celebrate this excellent compilation of tributes to the iconic pop star ‘Man Vs. Nature’ brings a very different version of Ray Of Light. It’s perfect for chilling out in bliss! Excellent! This is a tribute for and made by true Madonna fans:

https://bigpharmarecords.bandcamp.com/album/true-fuckin-blue-the-noise-tribute-to-madonna

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