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.