The Performance Identities of Lady Gaga: Critical Essays. The influence of that record is epic, and we are hearing talking about all of this because of that. Users who ignore this rule will be banned from the site. The set list consisted of songs from both The Fame and The Fame Monster. The singer felt that the design would allow her creative control. Gaga explained in an interview with : I have an obsession with death and sex.
Not sure about what formats to pick? After the worldwide success of The Fame, the idea of a re-release arose. . On the week ending March 6, 2010, The Fame reached the top of the chart. It was the first track written for The Fame Monster. The show was divided into five segments with the last one being the encore. A album, The Fame Monster has influences of , , and music of the and , as well as and. A was filmed by during Gaga's February 2011 shows at in New York City.
Gaga initially had a dispute with her record label over the artwork; Interscope found the brunette cover to be too dark and gothic for a mainstream release. Personnel Credits adapted from the liner notes of The Fame Monster. Interscope had planned to release only a double-disc deluxe edition of The Fame, but Gaga fought with the record label arguing that her fans who already purchased The Fame should be able to purchase only the new tracks. Gaga also appeared on various talk shows, such as and Germany's. Since the album dealt with the paranoias faced by Gaga over the year, the main theme of the show became evolution, with Gaga portraying growth as the show progressed.
The deluxe edition—a featuring the eight new songs on the first disc and The Fame on the second disc—was launched the same day. The last of those lyrics also refer to famous people who met a tragic end: , , , , and. I've just been noticing a resurgence of this idea of monster, of fantasy, but in a very real way. According to Gaga, the album deals with the darker side of , with its theme lyrically expressed through a metaphor. Federation of the Italian Music Industry.
Two covers were created for The Fame Monster, both of which were shot by French photographer. The Fame Monster was nominated for and won. The album has won since its release. In the United Kingdom, The Fame Monster was only available as a deluxe edition, not as a stand-alone album, hence it charted as part of The Fame. Those two things are also the nexus of horror films, which I've been obsessing over lately. The lyrics were also interpreted as bidding farewell to a lover, accompanied by RedOne's production. Each segment featured Gaga in a new dress and was followed by a video interlude to the next one.
The album earned Best Album nominations at the 2010 and the. It won the Best English Album at the awards in Mexico. Critical reception Professional ratings Aggregate scores Source Rating 6. It's still very sleek, but there's a danger in Gaga's eyes this time out, and the feeling of greater depth in its austerity: A star, but one with a lot to say. The accompanying music video, featuring Gaga inside a surreal white , garnered acclaim from critics, who praised the risqué and symbolic nature of the plot, as well as its artistic direction and vivid imagery. Retrieved January 23, 2018 — via YouTube. In Japan, after being present on the Albums Chart for over 20 weeks, the album reached its peak position of number two in May 2010.
It consists of vocal harmonies and guitar riffs, which according to , is comparable to the work of and. My re-release is called The Fame Monster so I've just been sort of bulimically eating and regurgitating monster movies and all things scary. The decision was also because Gaga believed the re-release was too expensive and that the albums were conceptually different, describing them as. All the Fame Kills tour dates were immediately cancelled and Gaga confirmed that she was going on tour alone to promote The Fame Monster. All the new tracks from The Fame Monster charted within the top 200 of the.
Four of the songs were primarily produced by , with additional productions on the other songs by , , Tal Herzberg, , and. The limited edition, which included a lock of her wig, followed three weeks later. Impact With the release of The Fame and The Fame Monster, Gaga revived electronic dance music during the late 2000s on radio. On May 3, 2010, The Fame Monster Limited Edition was released. After his with , West announced that he was taking a break from music.