What made you a Madonna fan?

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Thu Jul 11, 2019 6:46 pm

In the mid-90s I saw her entire videography and was impressed, then I loved Evita, then Frozen came along and I was :surprised1:
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Fri Jul 19, 2019 6:45 am

First time I saw Madonna was in 84 on HBO Video Jukebox playing Burning Up. I remember being interested but not blown away. When I heard Borderline is when I really got a peak into Madonna and how beautiful she was in the video. Then came...Like a Virgin and it was all over for me. I was in love with her music/looks/persona/attitude. Truly explainable. And the love grew more and more. 35 years later I'm still here. :firstalbum: :madamexlogo:
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Fri Jul 19, 2019 12:24 pm

I remember watching "Frozen" video on Prism (or whatever that channel was) ... well since then I kept watching her new videos until I saw -- "Me Against The Music" a week after my Birthday or so I was at home (bored) and I remembered that we had one unofficial "Greatest Hit" collection CD at home and also "Music" cassette, I started to play those 2 and the rest is history ........ :madonnanimated04:
And it felt like someone opened a window. :tongue87:
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Sun Jul 28, 2019 1:32 am

Driving in the back of my aunt's car when I was like 5 singing "but I'm ma ma cheerio girl".

A little later I had a crush on a girl who played the song Angel and it was so intertwined with her that I didn't know what I was in love with more.
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Sun Aug 18, 2019 8:30 pm

It was 1986, and seeing the True Blue video for the first time. I was hooked. My parents them bought me the album on cassette, and I played it to death.
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