Ray Of Light

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===Album Title & Artwork===
===Album Title & Artwork===
According to spokesperson Liz Rosenberg, Madonna considered titling the album "Mantra" which she thought was a "really cool title." However, she changed the title to "Ray of Light" as her albums were always titled after one of the songs from that album.
The artwork was shot by Peruvian photographer Mario Testino on November 28, 1997 in a studio in Golden Beach, Florida. They had previously collaborated for a Versace brand collection in 1995.
Madonna was impressed with the natural look Testino had captured, so she booked him again for the album's photoshoot. He recalled, ''"At 2pm she said, 'OK, I'm tired. We're done'. And I said, 'But I don't have the pictures yet'. She said, 'You're working for me and I say we're done'. I said, 'No, we carry on'. The picture she used on the cover came after that".''
==Chart Performance==
==Chart Performance==
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