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The Confessions Tour

by Madonna

The Confessions Tour by Madonna

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The Confessions Tour

by Madonna

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Label: Warner Bros.
Unfortunately, you don't get to see Madonna nailed to a cross during "Live to Tell" -- which was either the nadir or apex of this particular tour -- but you do get 13 serviceable renditions of Madonna's greatest hits. Guy Riche's wife sounds good, even when she's bantering in her faux British accent. Her die-hard fans will squabble over track selection, which does seem to lean a little to much on her later, mediocre material, but few can resist the euphoric, 10-minute rendition of her last great single, "Hung Up."

About This Album

Unfortunately, you don't get to see Madonna nailed to a cross during "Live to Tell" -- which was either the nadir or apex of this particular tour -- but you do get 13 serviceable renditions of Madonna's greatest hits. Guy Riche's wife sounds good, even when she's bantering in her faux British accent. Her die-hard fans will squabble over track selection, which does seem to lean a little to much on her later, mediocre material, but few can resist the euphoric, 10-minute rendition of her last great single, "Hung Up."

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About This Album

Unfortunately, you don't get to see Madonna nailed to a cross during "Live to Tell" -- which was either the nadir or apex of this particular tour -- but you do get 13 serviceable renditions of Madonna's greatest hits. Guy Riche's wife sounds good, even when she's bantering in her faux British accent. Her die-hard fans will squabble over track selection, which does seem to lean a little to much on her later, mediocre material, but few can resist the euphoric, 10-minute rendition of her last great single, "Hung Up."