Celebration (Deluxe Version) - Madonna
- Genre: Pop
- Release Date: 2009-09-18
- Explicitness: notExplicit
- Country: USA
- Track Count: 37
- ℗ 2009 This Compilation P2009 Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA Internation
Celebration (Deluxe Version) - Madonna Tracks
Celebration (Deluxe Version) - Madonna User Reviews
Best of the best!!!!
By Goodwill Knox
We will use this on our runway show!
What a mess!
Advertised as remastered original recordings, instead most of the songs taken from Immaculate Collection. A lot of errors, faults and mistakes. And what is up with the cover? Looks tacky and cheap. save your money, don't buy it.
By Reed girl 72
When it comes to her two biggest hits Like a Virgin and La Isla Bonita Madonna really shines
through in the two music videos of those same songs Two years ago I portrayed her in a talent
show that was presented at our Miami Elks Lodge948 Everybody loved my interpretation of her While I was singing I did my own choreography sprinkling in a little Latin spice to my dance routines She is truly the Queen of 80'spop I bow down to you Madonna for being my inspiration You totally rock girl Signed Karaoke Queen2.017 And oh by the way those two music videos will be downloaded to my I pad as soon as I can use my I tunes card
I wish madonna was still like this:(
Makes me feel good
Great Collection of Songs
This is a great collection of songs by Madonna. It contains some of the artists best songs to date plus the few extras that are thrown in with this album. It is a really great purchase for any Madonna fan.
It's a Celebration
I am a big fan of Madonna's (though I know there are bigger ones.) Though, in my case, I think this collection would be best if it were songs that made it in the top 10 or 40, or even just cuts that were thrown by the wayside, near singles, and foreign singles that people in the u.s. just can't find (please Madonna/Warner/iTunes, I am on my KNEES for Gambler). Erotica, in this case, was shot (or at least scratched in some way). It makes the track unlistenable. As for the order, I nearly had a heart attack in between Live to Tell and Beautiful Stranger. This, in my opinion, would be the best way to order these songs.
Dress You Up
Papa Don't Preach
Die Another Day
Who's That Girl
La Isla Bonita
Justify My Love
Like a Prayer
Open Your Heart
Take a Bow
Crazy for You
Live to Tell
Don't Tell Me
Ray of Light
Into the Groove
Like a Virgin
Listen to them in this order, just try it. Trust me, it's better than Frozen being wedged in between two Latin-infused songs and 4 Minutes being awkward where it is now. See ya.
The ORIGINAL Mix Of Into The Groove
I'm not the first person to make this observation, but this is the original mix of Into The Groove, which has previously been unavailable on iTunes. Back in the day, was never technically released as a single. Although it got heavy airplay during the summer of 1985, Sire Records never released it as the A-side of 7" vinyl. The version on You Can Dance is the annoying Shep Pettibone remix. (As well as the even more annoying Shep Pettibone Dub version. Yucko!) The version on The Immaculate Collection is an edited version of the Shep Pettibone mess. Madonna loyalists/purists like myself have the original mix on the Japanese import version of the Angel CD maxi-single. But finally having the original mix available on iTunes is awesome beyond words. Now if only we could have the epically awful yet fabulous remixes of Don't Cry For Me Argentina!
but plenty more songs could have been bonus tracks. My opinion.