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What appears to be the new Madonna song ("Give Me All Your Love") is pretty bumpin'

Posted by Michael Brodeur  November 8, 2011 07:42 PM

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Madonna: Give Me All Your Love (Full Demo) by hardcandymusic

After mysteriously upbeat snippets were sprinkled across the Internets like so much Madge-manna, what appears to be a full-blown new Madonna song (that, if you ask Sound Effects' humble opinion, could still use some mixing) has emerged.

Of course Perez is freaking out. As is MTV -- who've identified the Stefani-esque cheerleading up front to be the work of Nicki Minaj.

Sound Effects will merely rock back and forth in its desk chair in a generally positive way until this thing's realness and doneness can be verified. For instance, 2:16 - 2:36 sounds like some unfinished loft space that she may or may not be trying to rent out to, say, Rusko. For a "demo" it's actually kind of awesome. (One humble request to Her Madgesty: lean more toward the dub- and less toward the -step when finishing this one up.)

UPDATE: The Internet seems to have withdrawn its gift, as the leaked track has been swiftly sucked away by the Brawny towel of copyright enforcement. Oh, "Give Me All Your Love," we hardly knew ye...

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