Dont Tell Me - Madonna - GHV2 (CD)

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  1. Don't Tell Me. Madonna. From the Album GHV2 out of 5 stars 14 ratings. Listen Now Madonna is still bringing it after all this time. For her to switch up and do some electronica at this stage, and to do it so well. She belongs on the Mt. Rushmore of female pop singers/5(14).
  2. Nov 09,  · The superb Music spawned 3 singles; the glorified title-track, the country-pop "Don't Tell Me" and sensitive "What It Feels Like for a Girl." Along with Erotica's singles, Music's singles seem to be the most edgy on this compilation. Every song on GHV2 is essential/5().
  3. Don't Tell Me Producer – Mirwaïs Ahmadza Madonna: GHV2 (Greatest Hits Volume 2) ‎ (CD, Comp, Opt) Maverick, Warner Bros. Records: Europe: Sell This Version: 9 Madonna: GHV2 (Greatest Hits Volume 2) 5/5(4).
  4. GHV2 (an abbreviation of Greatest Hits Volume 2) is the second greatest hits album by American recording artist Madonna. Maverick and Warner Bros. Records released it on November 12, , coinciding with the video album, Drowned World Tour A follow-up to The Immaculate Collection (), GHV2 contains a collection of singles during the second decade of Madonna's ketpwoltecurlmema.riebrilcinleditithedemaltelali.co: Pop.
  5. Nov 21,  · Don't Tell Me. PREVIEW What It Feels Like for a Girl (Album Version-GHV2) More by Madonna. Celebration (Deluxe Version) The Immaculate Collection Confessions on a Dance Floor Rebel Heart (Deluxe Version).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Greatest Hits Volume (GHV2) on Discogs. Label: Sony Music (2) - HLAB • Format: 2x, CD HDCD, Compilation • Genre: Pop • Madonna - Greatest Hits Volume (GHV2) (CD) | Discogs.
  7. Nov 13,  · Madonna's second greatest hits album condensed her career into a tidy little song package. While no new songs are included, nine of the tracks hit the U.S. top ten, and all but one were U.K. top tens. (The lone dissenter was "Take A Bow," which hit No. 16 in the U.K., but was her biggest hit in the U.S., spending seven weeks at No. 1.).
  8. But the real problem is that during the '90s, Madonna was a true album artist, even as she was making singles as tremendous as "Take a Bow," "Deeper and Deeper," "Ray of Light," "Don't Tell Me," and the non-LP "Beautiful Stranger."8/