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Remixed & Revisited EP, Import


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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Nov. 25 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: EP, Import
  • Label: Warner Bros
  • ASIN: B0000TSQJI
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (180 customer reviews)

1. Nothing Fails (Nevins Mix)
2. Love Profusion (Headcleanr Rock Mix)
3. Nobody Knows Me (Mount Sims Old School Mix)
4. American Life (Headcleanr Rock Mix)
5. Like A Virgin/Hollywood Medley - featuring Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears & Missy Elliott (2003 MTV VMA Performance)
6. Into The Hollywood Groove featuring Missy Elliott (The Passengerz Mix)
7. Your Honesty (Unreleased Song)

Product Description

A new Madonna song, remixes and a spectacular live performance with Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears and Missy Elliott make Madonna's seven-selection Remixed & Revisited EP a must-have for fans of the most popular and significant female artist in pop music.

Customer Reviews

3.4 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Antoine D. Reid on Dec 16 2003
Format: Audio CD
I've seen some of the reviews for this album, calling it pointless and just Madonna's attempt to make money from the so called "not so stellar" American Life album. Well.
American Life was one of Madonna's more serious attempts and will probably never be accepted as it should. This though is an amazing album to add to your remix collection (Remixes seem to be the new trend these days). I wish like a few others that some of these remixed versions had made it onto the album instead of the cuts that appear. These remixes, most of them, rock. This is Madonna sounding like a true rocker, as if she's back in the 80s, mixed with the Madonna we came to know in Music.
There are some stand-outs that are praise worthy. "American Life" is definately edgier than the version that appeared on the first album. "Nobody Knows Me" is simply hands down the best thing that she's done on this album. Of course with this album there are two treats; the audio of her 2003 MTV VMA performance with Britney, Christina and Missy and an unreleased track from Bedtime Stories, Your Honesty. Perhaps not the best song but hey, it's still good. Madonna wouldn't have released a track she didn't see as having potential which this does. My favorite track is "Into the Hollywood Groove" which is an extended and remixed version of the whole Gap thing. It's a must hear.
In all, I think this is a must for any Madonna fan. No, it's not a new album really but it's a good remix cd to add to your collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By JGC on Nov. 29 2003
Format: Audio CD
I picked up "Remixed & Revisited" this week and totally fell in love with it. Madonna's done it again! All the songs meld so perfectly together that it is reminiscent of her 1987 CD, "You Can Dance". If some of you thought that the "American Life" album was dark and un-danceable then you're in for a surprise with "Remixed & Revisited". Madonna listened to her fans and has gone back to her roots with this new CD. Madonna has reinvented herself again while mixing the old with the new. The remixes are actually better than the original releases. Among the best tracks on the CD are "Nobody Knows Me", "Love Profusion" & "Nothing Fails". (It's no coincidence that on 12/9, there will be another remix CD with those 3 songs.) When I listen to these songs I feel like I'm at a dance club in the center of Philadelphia. The album also includes an unreleased track, "Your Honesty". This song has such a familiar sound and beat; I am sure all of her fans will instantly love it. My only complaint is that "Remixed & Revisited" isn't getting much promotion. I went to 3 music stores on Tues. looking for it and no one was aware of it; 2 of em didn't even have it! Her fans need to help spread the word about this CD so it will climb to the top of the charts where it rightfully belongs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nam Lam on Nov. 27 2003
Format: Audio CD
To appreciate the remixes on this EP one first needs to listen to the originals found on the American Life album. Madonna has an incredible nack to transform her original songs into "remix" versions that have their own feel, style and eventually, versions that could definitely stand alone as their own single. Best tracks are Nothing Fails (an originally semi-ballad turned into a heavy pulsating track with electronica bits here and there), Love Profusion (an originally rich and layered piece turned into a Madonna meets a slight Nirvana grunge vibe), and Nobody Knows Me (an originally upbeat track that was destined for great remixes - retro '80s new wave era meets electronica.) Listening to a Madonna remix is listening to the BEST in the biz. Being linked to a Madonna remix has made many DJ's remix gods (Junior Vasquez, Victor Calderone, Paul Oakenfold, Tracy Young). Those expecting the Into The Hollywood Groove track to be an extended version of the "Gap Jeans" commercial will be most disappointed (the EP's version is less appealing). Finally, the last track, Your Honesty, a lost track recorded during her 1994 Bedtime Stories album which can be considered the R&B Madonna album, is a refreshing flashback to "THAT" great Madonna sound - catchy dance/pop beats with simple lyrics that allow Madonna's unique voice to stand strong on its own. Overall, Remixed & Revisited may not be for everyone but if interested take Madonna's advice - visit the American Life album then "Revisit" with the EP.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joan Crawford on Nov. 25 2003
Format: Audio CD
Being one of the few people who see American Life as Madonna's misunderstood masterpiece, I was very happy to see this new Remixed and Revisited EP. It's really a tribute to the controversial American Life period in Madonna's career, where she received mixed reviews on all her projects. This EP proves that Madonna is proud of her work, and wanted to sum it all up in one pretty package for future generations to look back on. Certainly, the American Life period will be remembered much like the Erotica era. I guess the point behind it was to change the world - and whether you admit it or not, Madonna has.
The remixed and revisited EP is a nice resampling of the failed, but artistically daring, singles and celebrated performances. It's really a treat. The best tracks are the rock-influenced version of American Life (which finally brings the flawed, but fascinating original to justice). This is the way the song is supposed to sound - angry. The rap is the best part. The point is she's not satisfied with material things. Get it? The transition to melodic chorus is also much more effective, and moving, on this remix.
The remixes of Nothing Fails and Love Profusion, sadly, fall flat. However, Nobody Knows Me has never sounded better! The VMA performance and Hollywood Groove are gems and deserve to be included here, if for no other reason than novelty. The VMA performance was definitely Madonna's boldest and most fabulous performance to date. Note the difference between Madonna's voice, when she sings Hollywood on both tracks. One is jaded...sad. The other is happy. Her voice changes to reflect the mood of the song..and that is an artist.
So rush out and buy it...why not support Madonna's world education plan. Somebody has to do it.
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