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  • Audio CD (Nov. 16 1987)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sire-Wbr
  • ASIN: B000002LAX
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 63 customer reviews
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1. Spotlight
2. Holiday
3. Everybody
4. Physical Attraction
5. Over And Over
6. Into The Groove
7. Where's The Party
8. Holiday (Dub Version)
9. Into The Groove (Dub Version)
10. Where's The Party (Dub Version)

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This 1987 release-a remix album of past hits-reached #14 on the Billboard charts and capitalized on Madonna's growing status as pop icon. Includes Spotlight; Physical Attraction; Over and Over; Where's the Party ; dub and remix versions of Holiday and Into the Groove , and more.


You can dance and you probably will if you put on this 1987 compilation of the material girl's best jams. The eight-and-a-half minute "Into the Groove", remixed by Shep Pettibone, may be Madonna's single best tune and it's sure to fill the dance floor. There are only 10 tracks here, and a couple of songs get multiple remixes, but you do get "Holiday" and "Everybody", lesser known but not lesser grooves. Madonna had a few dance hits after this collection came out, and one day they'll most likely be a Madonna dance box set, but until then this will give you a fine aerobic workout. --Charles R. Cross

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Format: Audio CD
This is the first of four compilation albums Madonna has made. This album says that clubs all over the world love Madonna's music. This album is awesome.
The first single from the album. Unfortunately this single was only released in Japan. This song is the only new song that Madonna had cut 4 the album. The song is brilliant. First off, it makes a great dance song. Everybody should B able 2 get up and dance 2 this one. Secondly, the song has a meaning. It's about reaching 4 U'R goals in life. How in the hell does this woman come up with the creative ideas?
This was originally from MADONNA (1983), her debut album. It was the third single from that album. The song was remixed and extended from 6 minutes and 10 seconds to 6 minutes and 25 seconds. The song is a Madonna song all the way. No DJ can refuse 2 play this one. Great music. And she is right: We all need HOLIDAY.
This is another song taken from her debut album, MADONNA (1983). This was actually Madonna's first single. Again, the song was remixed. Yes it is also extended, it went from being a 4 minute and 52 second song 2 a 6 minute and 15 second remix. This is definitely a great party song. Basically because she encourages EVERYBODY 2 get up and dance. Great beats.
This is the final song from the album that was taken off of the debut album, MADONNA (1983). This was never a single. It just made a great dance-club kinda song. The original song reached 6 minutes and 35 seconds. This version is only 6 minutes and 25 seconds. It's only ten seconds shorter and a little remixed but it's still an awesome tune 2 dance 2.
This is the only song that was taken from her second album, LIKE A VIRGIN (1984).
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"You Can Dance" is without doubt Madonna's most underrated album. Although there is some justification for this - the 7-track compilation featured only one new track - it is one of the more important pieces in the story of her almost 20-year career. Before Janet and Prince became famous for their remix compilations, Madonna lobbed this one out into the musical world. Her seamlessly segued 1987 dance mix anthology "You Can Dance" presented some of the best Madonna tunes of the past four years, all in newly remixed format. "Shiny and new", indeed!
Although the mixes of "Holiday" and "Physical Attraction" do not differ too much from the originals, it's lovely to see the latter released again, a much under-appreciated classic from "Madonna" (1983). The new track, "Spotlight", sounds like the lovechild of "Holiday" and "Lucky Star", although it is reportedly an offcut from the "True Blue" sessions. Complete with the trademark eighties funky guitar riffs and a great rhythm section, although not in the league of other "True Blue" tracks (read: "Open Your Heart" and "Papa Don't Preach"), it makes a welcome addition to any fans' collection.
The remix of "Everybody" is great, upping the tempo slightly and adding an extended vocal section towards the end, and "Where's The Party" appears in an extended and more danceable form, but the two jewels of this set are "Into The Groove" and "Over And Over". "Over And Over" has received the most attention from the remixers, adding a completely new percussion backing to the original "Like A Virgin" album track and extending it greatly. Now, what was once an average filler track, is a deliciously lengthy dance-fest, not out of place on this compilation at all.
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"For Inspiration..." That is a classic phrase from the 1985 hit Into The Groove, which is just one of the songs that appears on this wonderful dance contemplation. This album proves that you CAN dance, and you will when you hear these songs. You Can Dance was Madonna's first greatest hits CD. While there is only one new song (Spotlight) all the rest of the songs are remixed to be six minutes plus. But all the songs are remixed by the original mixers and producers so you know they're going to be good. All the songs are in a continuos sequence except for the three dub versions. Here are how the ten tracks rate from 0(bomb)-10++++(outstanding)
1. Spotlight: Fantastic song with a good message. 10++++
2. Holiday: Excellent remix! 10++++
3. Everybody: Good remix. 10++++
4. Physical Attraction: Good song with a good remix. 10++
5. Over And Over: Good remix, just a tad long. 10+
6. Into The Groove: Best on the CD! Awesome remix! 10++++
7. Where's The Party: Good remix. 10++++
8. Holiday (Dub Version): OK, but she hardly sings at all. 10++
9. Into The Groove (Dub Version): Better than the Holiday dub. 10+++
10. Where's the Party (Dub Version): Not a bad dub. 10+++
Overall Grade: A+ (10++)
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Format: Audio CD
"You can dance" is more an e.p. with her "best" dance grooves, including smashes "Into the Groove", "Everybody", and "Holiday", as well as non-single previously released "Where's the party", "Physical attraction", and "Over and over". They're all in extended, remixed form for the dance hall, the gym with headphones, or your very own living room stage. The CD has all the tracks listed- dub versions included of "Holiday", "Into the groove", and "Where's the party", remixed further with added funk and less lyrics. The cassette features the dub of "Over and over" and "Spotlight" (the sole new song on the album) as well as the dubbed "Groove" and "Holiday".
All in all, this is a fine collection for dance lovers as they are all quite danceable beats to enjoy. What these pre-"True Blue" tracks lack in insight, they have in spunk and motion. If we are lucky, there will be a CD2 of this someday with further excellent remixes of later hits. That would be most welcome.
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