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Remixed & Revisited [EP]
     

Remixed & Revisited [EP]

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by Madonna
 
A must-have for Madonna fans, this seven-track EP features a Jason Nevins radio remix of her latest single, "Nothing Fails," plus several other remixes from American Life: "Nobody Knows Me," by neo-electro/new wave revivalists Mount Sims, and "Love Profusion" and "American Life," revamped by Headcleanr of the Waterlillies. The disc also includes her live

Overview

A must-have for Madonna fans, this seven-track EP features a Jason Nevins radio remix of her latest single, "Nothing Fails," plus several other remixes from American Life: "Nobody Knows Me," by neo-electro/new wave revivalists Mount Sims, and "Love Profusion" and "American Life," revamped by Headcleanr of the Waterlillies. The disc also includes her live performance from the MTV VMAs of "Like a Virgin/Hollywood Medley," featuring Christina Aguilera, Britney Spears, and Missy Elliott; the full mix version of the Passengerz-produced "Into the Hollywood Groove," the song from the popular Gap ad starring Madonna and Missy; and the never-before-released "Your Honesty," from the Bedtime Stories recording sessions.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
American Life was the rare stumble in Madonna's career, an album that garnered neither sales nor critical acclaim and failed to generate a hit single. Disarmed by its lack of success, Madonna scrambled to revive the success, first appearing in a Gap commercial with Missy Elliott, then causing a commotion at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards by French kissing Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera as a prelude to a performance of her failed single "Hollywood," which did more for Britney than Madge, and then finally offering Remixed & Revisited for the 2003 holiday season. This contained four remixes of songs from American Life, the VMA performance of "Like a Virgin/Hollywood" with Britney, Xtina, and Missy, the Gap ad "Into the Groove"/"Hollywood" fusion "Into the Hollywood Groove," and finally and inexplicably, the Bedtime Stories outtake "Your Honesty." Even if the beats are a little dated, this latter track is the best song here, since it has both a strong hook and a strong sense of fun, something that was entirely missing from the somber American Life. The approaches of the remixers are as subtle as a jackhammer, whether it's on the metallic-flaked "American Life" by Headcleanr or the '90s-retro Nevins mix of "Nothing Fails." The VMA performance includes Britney sounding exactly like early Madonna and Christina sounding exactly like Cher, with Missy Elliott on the "Hollywood" segment of the medley.

Product Details

Release Date:
11/25/2003
Label:
Warner Bros / Wea
UPC:
0093624862420
catalogNumber:
48624

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Madonna   Primary Artist

Technical Credits

Daniel Abraham   Remixing
Dallas Austin   Composer,Producer
Stephen Bray   Composer
Ray Carroll   Producer,Remixing
Madonna   Composer,Producer
Tom Kelly   Composer
Guy Sigsworth   Composer
Billy Steinberg   Composer
Mark "Spike" Stent   Producer
Jason Nevins   Producer,Remixing
Missy Elliott   Producer
Kevin Reagan   Art Direction
Craig Kostich   Executive Producer
Soul Diggas   Producer
Mount Sims   Producer,Remixing
Bret Healey   Art Direction
Mirwais Ahmadzaï   Composer,Producer
Jem Griffiths   Composer
Orlando Puerta   Executive Producer
Vincent Nigro   Producer

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Remixed & Revisited [EP] 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've known Madonna ever since I was 6 years old. I remember those days when she used to wear a lot of the excess. Dangling earings, long neclaces, crosses and beads almost everywhere round her body. But over the years she's very much unpredictalbe, and you couldn't really tell what she'd do next ... and if you're one of those people who love surprises from this 48 year old lady from england, you'll love this collection. I'm telling you, grab one of these...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Madonna is the best singer ever. Period.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'm a big Madonna fan and I'm very disapointed that her 2003 "American Life" album wasn't so well received by audiences and charts, 'cuase it was really well produced and had some really great songs. With this album (Remixed & Revisited), Madonna seems to re-release her 2003 songs from "American..." album but the remixed versions. With it, she really achieved her goal: redeming herself from her last album and showing people what a great artist she is. You have to buy it! She's the greatest ever! Needless say anything more!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago