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Like A Virgin

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Material Girl
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Angel
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Like A Virgin
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Over And Over
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Love Don't Live Here Anymore
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Dress You Up
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Shoo-Bee-Doo
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Pretender
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Stay
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Like A Virgin
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Material Girl
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Award-winning critic Barry Walters is a longtime contributor to Rolling Stone, Spin, the Village Voice, and many other publications. His interview with Prince a...more »

02.12.13
Provocative and polished, with indelible hits that still define her
1984 | Label: Warner Bros.

Madonna’s career was already on an upward trajectory. But with the late-1984 release of her second album, a record completed then delayed by the slow-building success of her first, things went bananas. Produced by Nile Rodgers on the heels of helming David Bowie’s mega-smash Let’s Dance, Like a Virgin offers a poppier variant on the Bowie/Rodgers rock-funk alliance, and is far more provocative and polished than her 1983 debut. Its indelible hits, the title track… read more »

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