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22 May 2001 | Format: MP3

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5:33
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6:57
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3:45
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3:44
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3:51
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4:54
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6:35
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6:02
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5:55
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7:15

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  • Original Release Date: 1 Jan 1983
  • Release Date: 1 Jan 1983
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Copyright: 1983, 2001 Warner Bros. Records Inc.
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  • Total Length: 54:31
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  • ASIN: B001F0S82Q
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 33,112 in MP3 Albums (See Top 100 in MP3 Albums)

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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mad Fan on 19 Oct 2006
Format: Audio CD
Every once in a while a popstar is born and the rest as they say is history, well thats how it was before Pete Waterman and Simon Cowell came along, they dont make em like they used too!!!! Madonna is the very first album released by an artist who was to become the mother nature of everything celebrity, from magazine covers to newspapers, duvet covers to billboards Madonna inc would become an all powerful media galvonising machine that would let nothing stand in its way, an icon who would stand tall in a league that also included legends such as Elvis, The Beatles and the Stones, Madonna had arrived. However the first offering from this legendary figure would surely have seen many of todays artists to the bottom of the bargain basement but this is Madonna, not Lilly Allen, Britney Spears or indeed Kylie Minogue, Madonna a media man eating machine!!! She was clever, Madonna took disco and made it cool again, whilst Britain swamped itself in new romantisism, punk and electronica Madonna took an underground scene by storm with her happy disco chic that encouraged people to "Dance, Sing, Get Up And Do Your Thang..", light relief from a decade that started of basking in depression. Early eighties America was rife with underground dance scenes something the UK later caught on with during the acid house craze, in 1982 Madonna jumped the wagon and navigated her way around New Yorks dance clubs stopping off at hip jaunts such as Danceteria and the Breakfast club, ensuring her first single releases made healthy top 5 entries on the coverted Dance Play chart, it was official, the girl was cool!! The first single off the album Everybody is simple, eclectic, joyous and downright funky.Read more ›
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Justin on 22 Oct 2011
Format: MP3 Download
No faulting the music, just note that the version of Holiday that appears on this download release is the "Immaculate Collection" version from 1990, the original album vesion is over 6 minutes in length.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Melissa House on 25 Feb 2004
Format: Audio CD
First off i must make the point that im no Madonna 'completist'. I must admit however that i am a sucker for a cool album cover, & this vintage '83' delight caught my attention & prompted me to check out the tunes, (songs i remember from my early teens)...
Now, these tracks are sooo different to the mainstream pop radio friendly songs youve been used to hearing from Madonna over the last,.. well..., nearly 20 years folks!! Blimey, 20yrs! These dont try to be anything more than disco funk dancefloor burners, with some pop thrown in for good measure..not as much though as in LAVirgin & Mgirl. Theres none of the Vogue (house music goes overground), & none of the revelations of inner enlightenment of late, & thats what makes this a perfect piece of landmark dance /pop. Its so totally infectious, & although you can tell its not from 'now' - it still sounds totally fresh & infact.. edgy.. YES EDGY! Put this down to the John 'Jellybean' Benitez' production- synthisizers, electric piano, drum machine programming etc.
Its sexually charged with lots of youthfull cheeky attitude. Maybe some of you remember TOTP back then, Madonna in flat black pixie boots, black skirt over leggings, black cropped top, loads an loads of black rubber bangles, & last but not least the silvery 'disco' wig! Strutting around like a half street urchin, half wanna be sex kitten with only one thing on her mind.... FUN.
I dont own any other M albums & if you had told me a couple of years ago id be here 'bigging it up' id have ignored you. Its a brilliant piece of pop culture - trashy but charming in a good way, before it took itself too seriously.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Vincent Hannah UK on 27 Dec 2010
Format: Audio CD
I'm writing the review mainly to clear up some of the comments about remixes. The remastered release is from what I can tell almost identical to the previous CD version, except for the addition of the 2 extra tracks, the 12 inch versions of 'Burning Up' and 'Lucky Star' (which was originally on the American 12 inch single - the UK equivalent had the album version instead).

I remember the vinyl album from the 80s the first time around, and it sounds exactly the same. 'Lucky Star', 'Borderline' and 'Holiday' were all remixed for the Immaculate Collection (and then used on 'Celebration' too), so perhaps that's where some confusion arises, as radio stations usually play these remixed versions, as the original 80s single versions (edited from these album versions) are difficult to get hold of on CD, if at all. A greatest hits collection featuring all of the original single versions is long overdue.

According to a fan site, originally the European LP contained a different mix of 'Burning up', but the CD had the same version as the American one.

The album is not quite up there with 'True Blue' or 'Like A Prayer', but it's a very good 80s album which is refreshingly under-produced compared to the Madonna-wannabes of today. Brilliant memories!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 19 Feb 2006
Format: Audio CD
This is definitely far more dance orientated then Madonna's next album, Like A Virgin, and it is perhaps not what many fans will be used to, but in my opinion it is actually one of her best albums.
The lyrics aren't sophisticated and there's nothing profound on this album but, as a whole, it definitely adds up to more than the sum of its parts. It's hard to say why, perhaps it's Madonna's undeniable charisma, perhaps it's the fact that this was genuinely edgy, groundbreaking music in 1983, or it could just be that it is obvious Madonna really put everything she had into it. In fact, I think the hard work really shows because it elevates the material above the standard dance-pop fare it could have been in the hands of an artist who was less invested and less hungry for success.
Holiday, Lucky Star and Borderline are obviously the stand-out tracks and the remastering makes them sound awesome. It also highlights the fact that these original versions are so much better than the remixed Immaculate Collection edits. The other singles - Burning Up and Physical Attraction are also great and, to be honest, I think there's only one poor track on the album (I Know It just doesn't do anything for me).
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