Madonna released her fifth studio album 30 years ago today, on October 20, 1992, by Maverick and Sire Records.
Erotica, considered by many Madonna’s most important musical work, followed the immense success of her first greatest hits album, The Immaculate Collection and was released simultaneously with her first printed publication, the SEX book. Erotica was also the first Madonna album to feature the Parental Advisory label on the cover. Read More
FINALLY ENOUGH LOVE: 50 NUMBER ONES – the 50-track album celebrating the Queen of the Dance Floor – is now available worldwide from Rhino and Warner Music in multiple formats, including 3-CD, 6-LP, streaming & digital download versions. Let’s have a closer look at the holy grail of this Madonna release, the limited edition box set including 6 black and red 12” vinyls that almost instantly sold out in pre-sale. Read More
The Queen of Pop partied with Paper Magazine in Brooklyn for their latest cover(s) story and talked with Nile Rodgers – the only sole producer to ever be credited on a Madonna album – to discuss how they constructed a civilization of pop that even the Romans couldn’t have built. Read More