Like the album's second single, "Ray of Light", this maxi contains the album version followed by three remixes.
1. ALBUM VERSION: The music and lyrics of Madonna and Patrick Leonard, her longtime collaborator, responsible for "Like a Prayer" among others, with the techno-ambience of William Orbit creates a potent combination. It's at its core a simple pop song, but the complexity of the arrangement is just amazing, and the warmth of the strings arranged by Craig Armstrong are quite compelling.
2. STEREO MC'S MIX: How do you mix an almost perfect song? This mix puts a funk beat to it, for a surprisingly good interpretation. I love a remix that works as a dance mix, but doesn't have the typical club beats, and this is certainly it.
3. EXTENDED CLUB MIX: Victor Calderone has done many a traditional club mix of Madonna's recent ouevre, and does another highly enjoyable job with this one. I do appreciate that he takes out the thumping bass on occasion in favor of a synth-based interpretation of the song's string arrangements. Good dance mix.
4. MELTDOWN MIX: This is courtesy co-producer William Orbit, and this is basically an extended fantasia on the album version, but with enough new beats and instruments to make it quite interesting and cool.