In this track, violence and anger pretty much predominate everything and Madonna is channelling her dark side at its fullest. For example, halfway towards the end of the song she was screaming/cursing “drive bitch/I said drive bitch…” — totally the best official anthem to be included in any anger management programme.
Third, fourth and fifth tracks were rather mediocre and nothing much to be said about. To be honest, I’m not a huge fan of the album’s lead single (Give Me All Your Luvin’), but thanks to the catchy beat and supported by the American football-themed video, I started to love every bit of the song. The sixth, seven and eighth tracks were great as well, with a tiny tinge of Shannon and Joan Jett in the tempo.
But frankly speaking, the ninth track – I’m A Sinner – got me questioning: Is she turning back to her long-abandoned Catholic faith?
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*Madonna photos: Idolator.com and other various online sources. Product photos courtesy of Barney's New York, Net-A-Porter.com and Rodial.