24 Songs, 1 Hour 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lady Gaga’s 2009 add-on to her blockbuster album The Fame shows Mother Monster at the height of her pop cultural powers, fusing banging beats with her ever-morphing—yet always club-ready—style. The “rah rah ah-ah-ah!” rallying cry of “Bad Romance” jolts a love song dressed up in mirror-ball drag, while “Telephone” pairs Gaga with Beyoncé for a feisty broadside against overzealous suitors and the grand ballad “Speechless” pays tribute to Gaga’s piano-bar roots. This is a massive statement in a deceptively brief package.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Lady Gaga’s 2009 add-on to her blockbuster album The Fame shows Mother Monster at the height of her pop cultural powers, fusing banging beats with her ever-morphing—yet always club-ready—style. The “rah rah ah-ah-ah!” rallying cry of “Bad Romance” jolts a love song dressed up in mirror-ball drag, while “Telephone” pairs Gaga with Beyoncé for a feisty broadside against overzealous suitors and the grand ballad “Speechless” pays tribute to Gaga’s piano-bar roots. This is a massive statement in a deceptively brief package.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.9 out of 5
89 Ratings
89 Ratings
SRZ395 ,

I C O N I C

This album is legendary. That is all.

therreid ,

when gaga was amazing :)

in a time before born this way, artpop, or cheek to cheek. she was actually original, people related to her, and she was the biggest star in the world because of it. she should have just retired after this album. evrything after it was a dissapointment :(

Dyllan7903 ,

Amazing

Love Lady Gaga to this day! Can’t wait for LG6!!!!

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