So much Sweden in Madonna’s Confessions
It looks nothing but a mutual love and admiration the one going on between Madonna and Sweden, and the local press keeps boosting the excitiment for a new album that will be filled by collaborations and references to the Scandinavian country.
The Swedish edition of Metro features another article today that summarizes the contribution of Sweden to “Confessions On A Dance Floor“, starting from the Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (a man after midnight) sample in “Hung Up“- the second time that Bjorn and Benny allowed one of their songs being sampled after granting permissions to The Fugees – to the two tracks on the album produced by award winning Swedish duo Bloodshy & Avant, – “How High” and “Like It or Not“, ending with the not yet confirmed role of Johan Renck aka Stakka Bo, who previously directed Madonna’s “Nothing really Matters”, in charge of the direction of the video for the album’s debut single.
The second article below, from today’s “Aftonbladet“, reprises the article from “Metro.
Thanks to Magnus