I've noticed that there aren't too many reviews about singles but for me, especially when I already have an album, I only buy the singles when they have something more to offer than just the plain album version and often awful remixes.
So it's important for me to know how good and different are both the single version and the remix included on a single, so now that I've bought it, I thought I might review this one because it might be useful to another possible buyer as well.
First of all, the song is of course a fan favourite and one of the best songs of her 3rd album Born this way (with maybe the song called Hair).
Then the single remix : it is not very different from the album version but I always prefer singles not to last more than 5 minutes because as good as the song can be, after more than 4 minutes, I get bored.
So I appreciated that this single version is exactly one minute shorter than the album version (4'20 instead of 5'20). She starts to sing almost right from the start and after the saxophone part, it is shorten a little bit and it ends by fading away earlier than the album version, during the repeated chorus.
The Cahill Club Remix was a pretty good surprise even though I wasn't expecting much of it. It's a good dance mix and it has the whole lyrics on it.
Finally, even though the cover art is not one of her best, it reminds the artwork of the album (which is always a good thing) and I always prefer a picture of her than a simple red christian sign on a black background (Judas).