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Confessions on a Dance Floor was Madonna's tenth studio album, released in 2005. Considered her second comeback album after the failure of American Life, it received overwhelmingly positive reviews from critics and fans alike.

A New Sound Album, the album is a combination of 1970s and 1980s disco, as well as modern-day club music. It ultimately topped the charts in 40 countries and was the sixth-highest selling album of 2005 - despite being released mid-November.

Singles include "Sorry", "Get Together", "Jump" and the ABBA-sampling "Hung Up" - considered to be one of the more iconic latter-day Madonna songs.



  1. "Hung Up"
  2. "Get Together"
  3. "Sorry"
  4. "Future Lovers"
  5. "I Love New York"
  6. "Let It Will Be"
  7. "Forbidden Love"
  8. "Jump"
  9. "How High"
  10. "Isaac"
  11. "Push"
  12. "Like It or Not"

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  • Big Applesauce: "I Love New York".
  • Gratuitous Foreign Language: "Sorry" takes this trope Up to Eleven, where she says "Sorry" in a bunch of different languages (including French, Spanish, Italian, Dutch, Hebrew, Hindi, Polish and Japanese).
  • Iconic Outfit: The pink leotard donned in the video for "Hung Up"
  • Lyrical Cold Open: "Hung Up" and "Sorry".
  • Name's the Same: "Forbidden Love" is also a separate song from her Bedtime Stories album, in fact it occupies the same position in the track listing.
  • Parkour: Footage of the activity is used in "Jump".
  • Shout-Out: "Hung Up" is a five-minute love song to the 1970s, with the video being based on Saturday Night Fever and the song's hook being a sample from ABBA's "Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! A Man After Midnight".
    • Also, to Death Note of all things, in "Jump" her outfit was inspired by Mello, she and her daughter are huge fans of the manga.
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  • Tick Tock Tune: "Hung Up" opens with clock ticking, then ends with an alarm that flows into "Get Together".

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