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Jump (Maxi Single) Maxi, Single, Import

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  • Audio CD (Nov. 14 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, Maxi, Import
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B000GY72AG
  • Other Editions: LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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1. Radio Edit
2. Jacques Lu Cont Mix
3. Axwell Remix
4. Junior Sanchez's - Misshapes Mix
5. Extended Album Version
6. History

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At first, I was disappointed. OK, I was gonna buy it anyways, but I've been listening to the 3-minutes excerpt of History (an unrealeased track from Confessions on a Dance Floor) that has leaked on the Net since about a month ago. I just couldn't wait to hear the whole 7 minutes of the song. Well, I've just been listening to it in the metro, and it sounds like a demo version, or an early version (before it was remixed by Stuart Price, you know?) of the song. After I accepted that it wasn't the same version that I expected to hear, it's still a masterpiece. But when am I going to hear the full version of what I expected? Anyways, its title hints at Michael Jackson's Greatest Hits Collection, HisStory, (as well as Confessions on a Dance Floor hinted at the King of Pop's remixes collection, Blood on a Dance Floor.) That song was probably rejected because a better song could replace it on the album (maybe Future Lovers or Hung Up?), because it's still superior to any average song you hear on the radio, even if it's officially an unreleased track. She also quotes Abba's song I Have A Dream in it, and it sounds very retro-electro; it's a must fo any Madonna fan, or anyone who liked the album. Otherwise, Jump is her amazing song accompanying her eye-popping video shot in Tokyo. The remixes are all good, as opposed to other remixes included on other Madonna's maxi-singles. If you own Confessions Remixed on vinyl, you will want to complete your collection with this CD. If you're a newbie, this probably ain't for you, though. One more for the Dancing Queen!


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38 of 42 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ec1c9f8) out of 5 stars "Jump" Best Maxi-Single of 'Confessions' Era Nov. 8 2006
By Antoine D. Reid - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Out of all the singles released during Madonna's "Confessions on a Dance Floor" era, I feel "Jump" is by far the best. The song itself is Madonna at her best; a sort of inspirational, pop pick-me-up inspiring people to not allow the pressures and trials of life get you down and go for what you want and never to "look back".

Single wise, this is the first maxi-single in ages to actually include an extended mix. Not only is the extended version of "Jump" true to the original but it adds in great vocal effects at the start and ending to really give the song an epic-dance feel to it. The Jacques Lu Cont mix of Jump removes the upbeat dance feel of the song and adds in a more mysterious, darker tone that actually gives the song new life. The Axwell mix and the Mixshapes are both pretty good as well; very club-ready and unlike some of the past singles, they actually make good use of the vocals and don't completely hack away at the original song and the message.

What also makes "Jump" stand out from the other releases is the unreleased song from 'Confessions' titled "History." To me, it's one of Madonna best b-sides and is album worthy. Heavy-dance beat with a plea for people to take a look at the world we live in and to actually do something to make it better. This, to me, is Madonna at her best; not only does she bring a nice dance beat with great production and a nice show of her vocals, but she also has lyrics that actually SAY something and have meaning.

This is probably the last single from "Confessions" but wow, this is a way to close out another album era. This is a must own and draws strength from the variety and great production each mix was given. While the "Hung Up" and "Get Together" singles both seemed to be a bit repetitive and not do the album-version of the songs justice, this single actually does a great job of offering listeners the song as it was on the album and different interpretations; from a darker, moodier, version as captured by Jacques Lu Cont to the techno-club ready tracks made by Axwell and Mixshapes. Plus, as an added bonus you have the epic-feel Extended mix and the unreleased, remixed version of 'History'. BUY this single, you won't be dissapointed. Are you ready to jump?
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d25de88) out of 5 stars Some things should be left alone. Nov. 13 2006
By Unquiet American - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I gave this single 3 stars because its only redeemed by the extended version of Jump and the track History which admittedly is'nt great but not horrible. Apparently there is single mix of History I've never heard and should have been included on this single instead of the very forgettable remixes of Jump. None of the remixes add anything to the already perfectly produced original version. The remixes take the joy and the good beat out of the original.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d0ef2a0) out of 5 stars A great single. Dec 16 2006
By Jesse Schutz - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Okay, Madonna has gotten really cheap when it comes to sleeve art. She used the Gap Ad photos for sleeve covers on Nothing Fails, Love Profusion imports, and the Revisited EP. The cover for Hung up was from an already existing photo in the full album, Get Together looked like a publicity shot, and Jump.. well..

But the single is far better than it's appearance.


I personally think making a radio edit of a song that is already less than four minutes long is pretty silly. There is nothing wrong with this track, it sounds precisely like the album version, the missing seconds are hardly noticed.


I love this mix. I think Stuart's mixes have been very hit or miss. His mix of Get Together was terrible. He removed all the decent parts of the song and added some crappy bass-line. But I thought his extended version of Hung Up was by FAR the best version on it's single. THe only reason his mix of Jump isn't my favorite here is because the other mixes are equally impressive. This mix has a trance quality to it, although I think it's still too Pop to be considered a 'trance track'. He chooses to loop the line "Just Take My Hand" and "My Sisters and Me' to a steady beat with throbbing synths and it's delicious. On a dancefloor it's magic. It's also not too long, like some of the mixes from Ray Of Light.. the ones that stretched out into double digits.


The first mix I heard, it somehow was leaked onto the internet in August, months before it's November release. Of course whenever you downloaded something unauthorized, the track inevitably has a certain unofficial sound to it. It just didn't really impress me until I played it on my CD. It's got a great club beat. It's fun. Although my least favorite of the mixes, it's still a better than any of the mixes on Get Together.


My favorite by far. Of all the mixes, this one still thrives outside the club. An edited version is available on iTunes, but it's the full length mix (which isn't even all that long) is by far THE BETTER CHOICE. This mix is totally creative and fun. It's very pop, very danceable, enough removed from the original to sound like a brand new song. This is hands down my favorite mix from all four singles combined. No question in my mind. This mix is fabulous.


Awkward and unecessary the extended version feels amateur at best. It has a very 'lazy' feel to it. The only real difference is the opening, which is a minute or two longer and features Madonna's line "I can make it alone" overdubbed about 100 times. This goes on a good minute before the bassline comes in and the song opens. The song is still great, but when you've got a perfect album version, one wonders why this even exists. It's not like they even extended it all that far. Maybe if this track was 10 minutes, or even just 8 minutes...
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d25d78c) out of 5 stars Best of the Four Singles from Confessions Dec 4 2006
By Madguy - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I've read a lot of reviews of Madonna's latest singles from Confessions on a Dance Floor. While I do agree that they are not as good as past maxi singles, I don't think they're as bad as all these people make them out to be. You know when you buy mixes like this you always take a risk because usually there is only a couple of good ones and the b-side is an added bonus. I was very dissapointed in the Hung Up single, the Sorry single had good points but was way worth the price just for the remix of "Let It Will Be"-which I had just discovered seeing the concert on TV two weeks ago! I loved it! Get Together was an improvement over Sorry, just because I think the song is slower and it's nice to hear remixes of it. Jump, however is good from start to finish. Nothing brilliant, but worth getting, if only for the unreleased song "History". If you're a big Madonna fan, you'll enjoy the b-side a lot, but I don't think casual fans would really go for it. It's in the same vein as "Get Together", only more upbeat and longer. Very nice song. I would like to see more b-sides like this rather than all mixes on these singles. I felt like "Fighting Spirit" should be on one of these releases rather than on the limited edition of the album. Don't always decide on your purchases based on these reviews. If you're a Madonna fanatic, get them all. If you're not, then just get "Jump". It seems to be the best.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9d280414) out of 5 stars "Are you ready to jump?" March 12 2007
By Leonardo Andres Cortez Ruiz - Published on
Format: Audio CD
This is the last single of the great Madonna's album Confessions On A Dance Floor, maybe is one of the most expected single of this collection since its video. Here you can find 5 versions of "Jump" and a new song not available in the album "History". Is really good. Are you ready to try it?