Album of the Day
Confessions on a Dance Floor
Clubgoers have always loved Madonna and CONFESSIONS ON A DANCE FLOOR's mix of disco, EDM and dance-pop shows that the feeling is mutual. “I want to dance; I want to feel buoyant. And I want to give other people the same feeling. There's a lot of madness in the world around us, and I want people to be happy,” noted the performer of the 2005 collection, which offered a U-turn from its overtly political predecessor, AMERICAN LIFE. Made with producer Stuart Price in his home studio, the album flows together seamlessly like a DJ set, with song like “Sorry,” “Get Together” and “Hung Up,” a Top 10 hit whose ABBA sample is one of several nods to fellow dance music icons. A chart-topper in a record-setting 40 countries and a Grammy winner for Best Electronic/Dance Album, the platinum-certified CONFESSIONS ON A DANCE FLOOR proves that Madonna still has the magic touch.