As much as I rag on Madonna the Person (I think that's what she is), I've long been a huge fan of her music, the thing she does best. While her last album was marred by a poor choice of collaborators, and the two before it were uneven at best, I was hoping a reunion with producer William Orbit would lead to a return to form this time around. But if I thought the first single from "MDNA" was a bust (Toni Basil covered this ground in '82, my dear, and did it far better), the follow-up, "Girl Gone Wild," makes "Give Me All Your Luvin'" sound like a mashup of "Borderline" and "Into the Groove." Like its predecessor, it too is not one of the Orbit tracks -- this one's produced by Madonna, Benny Benassi and Alle Benassi -- which makes me wonder how weak those are if they are picking a song for a single that sounds like a wisely discarded demo from "Music." Zero for two. Can this album be saved?