The Fame Monster mp3 Album by Lady Gaga

The Fame Monsterby Lady Gaga

  • 24 Tracks
  • 320 kbps
  • 1:31:54


Disk #1

1.Bad Romance4:54
5.Dance In The Dark4:49
6.Telephone (Feat. Beyonce)3:41
7.So Happy I Could Die3:55

Disk #2

1.Just Dance Ft. Colby O'Donis4:02
4.Poker Face3:57
5.I Like It Rough3:24
6.Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)2:57
7.Starstruck Ft. Space Cowboy & Flo Rida3:37
8.Beautiful, Dirty, Rich2:53
9.The Fame3:43
10.Money Honey2:51
11.Boys Boys Boys3:21
12.Paper Gangsta4:23
13.Brown Eyes4:04
15.Disco Heaven3:42
16.Retro, Dance, Freak3:23
Considered by many to be Gaga's magnum opus, "The Fame Monster" no doubt skyrocketed Lady Gaga to international superstardom and created one of the most notable imperial phases of any artist in the 21st century. Despite it's infectious hooks and relentless dance beats, considering the very avant-garde, morbid and often left-of-center subject matter, it still remains surprising and fascinating to think of someone so distinct and so strange as one of the most popular contemporary pop acts. I suppose considering her pop provocateur predecessors (Madonna, Bowie, Prince etc.), it may not be surprising in the grander spectrum of pop music, but, in the 21st century, an era that, until the turn of the first decade was generally defined by superficiality and general homogeny in the realm of pop culture, it is astonishing just how pervasive Gaga's eccentric work has been. I think that Gaga has left a huge mark on the contemporary pop culture of our time, the effects of which we are still seeing and some of which, I'm sure, have still yet to be seen (see: the future generations of musicians and artists who will go one to cite Gaga as an influence).

All of that aside, "The Fame Monster" is certainly the defining piece of the general public's perception of Gaga and I think, despite her having thematically moved on from the infrastructure and duality of fame, still holds up. Between the LP of "The Fame" and the EP/LP, "The Fame Monster" a lot of sonic and thematic ground is covered, traversing between disco/glam rock influences to dark, eastern-european industrial electronic music. This album is representative of one of Gaga's most defining traits: she is the byproduct of a lot of different influences, but, through her own unique vision, passion and understanding of music, she is able to create something that sounds disparate on paper, but, is entirely cohesive in action. That, in my eyes, is the mark of a creative genius. I think that this record is a contemporary pop classic and, instead of looking at it and saying, "Remember when Gaga was good?", we should be seeing, "If she accomplished this in her debut record, what the f*ck will she be doing in years to come?" because that is what she is all about.
Although there are many critics of Lady Gaga for her music, I have to say her songs are applaud-able for their catchy beats and meaningful lyrics. She may not be a conservative-minded individual when it comes to music, but that simply makes her unique.
This is a great summer album, and really should be listened to! Lady Gaga is being tipped as one of todays greatest artists, and this album sure shows everybody why. There really is something for everyone on here!
Mp3Caprice Moderator
The Fame Monster is the second studio album of creative and modern American singer Lady Gaga. It was released on the 18th of November, 2009. Eight songs, which were prepared for the re-release of Gaga's earliest album The Fame, formed the separate album. The main songs of the album are Monster, Alejandro, Bad Romance and even song Telephone recorded together with talented Beyonce. The album contains different characters. It is dark and romantic simultaneously.