Who's That Girl

The soundtrack to the flop flick of the same name, Who's That Girl features four new Madonna songs, that are unavailable on any other Madonna album. Worth the money? Maybe not for the rest of the tracks but some of Madonna's best pop songs are here, including Madonna's second try at Spanish influenced music in the bilingual title track and the dance floor smash "Causing A Commotion". The latter's "Silver Screen Mix" is a better version of the track, but nonetheless, the album version is worth having. Not an artistic wonder, Who's That Girl does not serve to be. It seems like we're getting some good songs left out of True Blue. "Causing A Commotion" remains true to Madonna's dance-pop-crossover success, like that of "Open Your Heart", while "Who's That Girl" sounds like "La Isla Bonita". A collection like this would not be complete without a Madonna ballad. "The Look Of Love" is an average ballad, beautiful in its simplicity, but is not likely to stay in your head too long. Meanwhile, "Can't Stop" doesn't do very much.