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8 March 2012, 17:40
Critics praise the Queen Of Pop's 12th studio album ahead of its release.
Madonna's new album 'MDNA' has received positive reviews from critics.
The 12-track album, which is the singer's 12th studio release, was played to journalists at Abbey Road Studios in London this week.
Released on 26th March, the album features the tracks 'Give Me All Your Luvin'' and 'Girls Gone Wild'.
Reviews for the album have been largely positive, with the Daily Telegraph saying the album is successful at "balancing the twin requirements of radio-friendly hooks and dance floor drive".
The Daily Mirror said Madonna was "still pushing the envelope" and a "force to be reckoned with" within the music industry.
Attitude gave the album four out of five stars, while The Guardian acknowledged that 'MDNA' has some "brilliantly bonkers moments".
Madonna made her live comeback at the Super Bowl in February, where she was joined by a host of guest stars including Nicki Minaj, M.I.A. and Cee Lo Green.