New songs BROKEN, I'm SORRY, and CELEBRATE
Nobody else knows about this (well aside from Paul Oakenfold, Madonna, some studio people, her manager, friends, Lourdes, Rocco, David and several hundread nannies) but we can exclusively reveal the name of the new songs that Paul Oakenfold has recorded with her royal highness, all time queen of the pop fiefdom and snout rubberer of the puffed up and self righteous in the poop (ie Madonna).
We just got off the blower with legendary superstar DJ Paul Oakenfold for a little interview we will be running in our July issue out at the end of June in our nightlife section. Paul is doing his amazing thing all over the world and has been Djing for the Madonna tour of last year which returns to London on Pride day July 4th before going to Manchester and then heading out into the wider world. So taken with the Oakenfold was she that she invited him into the studio to work on some new tracks for possible inclusion on Madonna's highly anticipated new Greatest Hits album due for release sometime this year.
Paul said Madonna was highly professional, he learned a lot and that the new tracks are 'lyrically classic Madonna with an edgy modern sound'.
'Oooh' we gasped, as we help the phone on a cord under our chin, and whipped up an omelette with the other hand, in a Thelma and Louise serving omelettes in a Texas Diner kind of way.
He told us the tracks were sitting right there next to him and he told us what they are called. He didn't know which ones would be the Greatest Hits CD and didn't know when it would be out, though he imagined the run up to Christmas 'when most greatest hits come out'. Our other pixie sources have told us that it may well be before that (ie Madonna wrote in a fan newsletter that it would be spring).
So, the song titles are… (in no order)
So there we are. We don't know what this says about our glorious leader's emotional state – the first two we decided were about her sadness at splitting from Guy but then we thought maybe she is saying 'celebrate my freedom, I'm sorry I waited so long and I've broken the bed with Jesus'.
But who knows.
We are hovering our hands over our crystal balls in a mystical manner and predict that the album may well just be called
MADONNA CELEBRATE. But that is just a guess, because we're slightly OCD.
Paul Oakenfold supports Madonna at the O2 in London and in Manchester in early July. He also headlines at Wireless in Hyde Park, London.
source; ATTITUDE UK Magazine