The track was initially released for promotion on FarmVillesix days before the release of Born This Way. It was released as the fifth and final single from album on November 15,by Interscope Records.
The track features electronic church bells, a driving electro organ sound, techno beats and a funk rock influenced breakdown. The lyrics are a tribute to Gaga's love of the nightlife and partying, while serving as a homage to her hometown.
They furthermore found influences of Italian disco music producer Giorgio Moroder and American rock musician Bruce Springsteen in the song. After the release of Born This Way"Marry the Night" charted in some nations due to digital sales from the parent album.
Gaga directed the music video, which was filmed in New York City. It tells the story of when she was signed by her label Interscope Records after being dropped from her former record label, Def Jam Recordingswith scenes in a clinic, a dance studio, her own New York apartment and on a car's rooftop at a parking lot.
Prior to its release, the music video was teased with video stills and previews. Critics wrote positively on the clip, deeming it creative and ambitious, while lauding its narrative theme. It was first mentioned by Gaga as a track from her album, Born This Way on Ryan Seacrest 's radio showwhere she described it as one of her favorite songs from the album. Before starting work on "Marry the Night", Gaga listened to "Dance in the Dark" and decided she wanted to top that song's energy with her new collaboration with Garibay.
I wanted to outdo that moment that opens up the show. I'm just that way. Wanting to have a new style of music, Gaga made it clear she did not want her fans to like the song. She wanted to write a song that could define where she was with Born This Way and her life.
I wrote this about the courage it took for me to say 'I hate Hollywood, I just wanna live in Brooklyn and make music'". After the show was over, Gaga came back to her studio bus and asked him about the progress. After first hearing it, the singer said that she started to cry, noticing the vastness of the music, and she started writing the lyrics for "Marry the Night".
The song was released on Gagaville, a subdivision of Farmville that Gaga helped design with game promotion company Zynga. Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic gave the song a positive review, saying it "glistens with a neon pulse". He further found similarities to the work of Moroder and influences of Bruce Springsteen 's single, " Born to Run ". Robert Copsey of the website Digital Spy called the song an "electro-thumping number with euphoric synths and uplifting melody" which according to him further drew comparison to Gaga's own song "Born This Way".
Defiant and epic, the track feeds into Stef's cult-focused fan base like a prophet calling upon their disciples — and given it's the single they've been waiting for, we have no doubt they'll come in their droves. We found both her and her crew to be easy to work with and low-key. I think we would have expected a lot of drama, and the truth is, she is probably the most down-to-earth person.
It was endearing. She was friendly and kind. I think, for us, we're so excited to have someone of her talent, and to have somebody like that shoot here is a sheer honor. What her music does for music is so much more than entertainment.
It's connecting to the arts on a much deeper level, and that's what I hope we can do here. On October 11,several publications announced that Gaga was seen during the filming of the video in Snug Harbor Cultural Center. Footage of the video was posted online on October 14, Gaga is seen dancing on the roof of a car as she sings the bridge from the song. She's dressed in black, with a blond bob wig and black heels while rain is visible in the background, but she appears unfazed by the weather.
She also worked with the director of photography Darius Khondji and art director Gideon Un Soldino Per Il Juke-Box - Edoardo Lucchina E La Sua Orchestra - Un Soldino Per Il Juke-Box. Gaga teased on Twitter that the video would be her longest and "the beginning of the Pretoria Backyard - Seven Minutes Of Nausea / Patareni - Seven Minutes Of Nausea / Patareni I never told you.
I On The Road To Belgium - Emil Stern - Marry Me! Marry Me! (Original Soundtrack Recording) signed, I got dropped, I got signed again. That's actually what the 'Marry the Night' video is about. It's about one of the most horrible days of my life when I got dropped from my first record label and it's the story of what happened that day. Online at 8. Gaga took her Twitter to express dissatisfaction with the leak of the video, saying that it was "like an old tampon. The autobiographical story begins as a brunette Gaga is taken through a clinic on a stretcher, while an inner monologue about her past memories is heard.
The nurse then On The Road To Belgium - Emil Stern - Marry Me! Marry Me! (Original Soundtrack Recording) Gaga how beautiful she is and how she looked just like her mother when she delivered the former. Gaga then claims that her mother was a saint, before taking a cigarette out of her bag. The nurse, startled by this, quickly then takes the cigarette out of her mouth and puts it on a table.
Gaga cries and tells the nurse that she will become a star. She asks the nurse to play music and the camera Sospitati Dedit - The Hilliard Ensemble - Walter Frye - Walter Frye out to show viewers several female patients treated and wandering off. A new scene shows Gaga practicing ballet dancing to piano music, and a following one shows her taken back from the hospital to her New York apartment by her best friend Bo.
Frustrated, she Biscuits and Gravy - Johnny Sketch And The Dirty Notes - 10th Anniversary - Live At Tipitinas a mess in her apartment, pours breakfast cereal on herself, and jumps in the bath with her heels on. The piano music ends and Gaga is seen bleaching her hair, bathing in a tub, and humming "Marry the Night". And I did what any girl would do—I did it all over again.
The video later shifts to a night scene on a building rooftop, where half of Gaga's body is inside a car, On The Road To Belgium - Emil Stern - Marry Me!
Marry Me! (Original Soundtrack Recording) her legs protrude from the window and onto the roof of the car. She has blonde hair and wears a black plastic leather outfit. The song begins playing as Gaga smokes on the driver's seat. As the chorus begins, vehicles in the background explode aflame and Gaga exits the car and dances.
In a new On The Road To Belgium - Emil Stern - Marry Me! Marry Me! (Original Soundtrack Recording) studio setting as the second verse begins, Gaga enters with her dancers, and warms up to do an intricate choreography during the chorus with her team. During the bridge, she and her dance team take a break and warm up to perform another choreography. The rooftop car parking scene and a bath scene intersperse. Gaga and her dancers repeat the choreography during the final chorus, as one dancers falls and is helped up by Gaga.
During the breakdown, Gaga and her team dance on a street while interspersing scenes show her causing chaos, including falling down the stairs, attempting to get into a car with a ridiculously oversized hat and pouring water over herself with a marble plant pot in the bath.
Jason Lipshutz of Billboard commented that the video "features the pop star at her most gloriously provocative, with extended dance sequences, explosions, nudity, and a violent attack on a box of Honey Nut Cheerios. Online compared the video with the book Girl, Interrupted noting that "with equal parts autobiography and pure spectacle, it truly has something for everyone.
Michael Cragg of The Guardian gave a positive review for the video and wrote: "Superstars are at their best when they're simultaneously aware and unaware of their own ridiculousness and that's what Marry the Night delivers for Lady Gaga. Kattalia further praised the dancing during the video, describing it as "her best". However, she criticized the scenes of nudity noting: "The rest of the video is pretty tame by Gaga standards. She further compared the set in the video to the cover artwork of Born This Way and called it a "very fashionable recreation of Girl, Interrupted.
He also commented, "It's definitely an improvement on 'Judas', but could it maybe have been snipped a bit to make it shorter? And I feel very grateful. For the first time ever, I'm going to sing 'Marry the Night'. Wearing a red bikini, and a large red disc around her, Gaga was perched atop a semi-circular replica of the moon which was covered in silver chains.
Flames erupted around the stage as Gaga revealed another circular disc covering her face. She sang the song from that vantage point and near the end of the performance, removed the metal disc and performed a choreographed dance routine with her back-up dancers.
The stage included a vintage convertible with a keyboard built into the side of the door and Gaga also won an award later that night at the gala. Gaga appeared on the eighth series of The X Factor on November 13,and performed the song. Whilst singing, she emerged from a confessional dressed as a decapitated corpsecarrying her own head.
She sang most of the song before returning to the booth and re-appearing in a leotard-like outfit and performed the rest of the song and a dance routine with her dancers. The performance was fast-paced and included a dance routine by Gaga with her dancers, for the first time.
The performance was shot on top of a balcony, with Gaga giving poses while holding the microphone. Todd Martens from Los Angeles Times described it as a "dance-meets-hair metal mix-up", while comparing the choreography of the dance to Michael Jackson 's music video for " Thriller ", and complimented Gaga's vocals.
Her set included current hits from Born This Way and a hospital gown-clad "Marry the Night" finale that paid tribute to her music video.
Credits adapted from Born This Way album liner notes. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dance-pop synth-pop electro-rock. Streamline Kon Live Interscope. Stefani Germanotta Fernando Garibay. And that was it! We made a baby. After all that fornication, miserably long and tedious, Fernando [Garibay] and I finally conceived. The song changes into the choruswith dance beats accompanying it.
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