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The Immaculate Collection

Madonna  Main Performer

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1 Holiday Stevens/Hudson 4:06
2 Lucky Star Madonna [1] 3:37
3 Borderline Lucas 4:00
4 Like a Virgin Kelly/Steinberg 3:11
5 Material Girl Brown/Rans 3:53
6 Crazy for You Bettis/Lind/Stoller 3:45
7 Into the Groove Madonna [1]/Bray 4:09
8 Live to Tell Leonard/Madonna [1] 5:18
9 Papa Don't Preach Elliot/Madonna [1] 4:11
10 Open Your Heart Rafelson/Cole/Madon 3:51
11 La Isla Bonita Gaitsch/Leonard/Mad 3:48
12 Like a Prayer Leonard/Madonna [1] 5:51
13 Express Yourself Madonna [1]/Bray 4:04
14 Cherish Leonard/Madonna [1] 3:52
15 Vogue Madonna [1]/Pettibo 5:19
16 Justify My Love Kravitz/Chavez/Mado 5:00
17 Rescue Me Pettibone/Madonna [ 5:31
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The Immaculate Collection

Audio Compact Disc

Label: Sire

Style: Dance-Pop

The Immaculate Collection

UPC: 075992644020

Release Date: 12/08/1990

Original Release Date: 12/08/1990

Number of Discs: 1

Tracks: [Holiday, Lucky Star, Borderline, Like a Virgin, Material Girl, Crazy for You, Into the Groove, Live to Tell, Papa Don't Preach, Open Your Heart, La Isla Bonita, Like a Prayer, Express Yourself, Cherish, Vogue, Justify My Love, Rescue Me]

Stephen Thomas Erlewine

On the surface, the single-disc hits compilation The Immaculate Collection appears to be a definitive retrospective of Madonna's heyday in the '80s. After all, it features 17 of Madonna's greatest hits, from "Holiday" and "Like a Virgin" to "Like a Prayer" and "Vogue." However, looks can be deceiving. It's true that The Immaculate Collection contains the bulk of Madonna's hits, but there are several big hits that aren't present, including "Angel," "Dress You Up," "True Blue," "Who's That Girl," and "Causing a Commotion." The songs that are included are frequently altered. Everything on the collection is remastered in Q-sound, which gives an exaggerated sense of stereo separation that often distorts the original intent of the recordings. Furthermore, several songs are faster than their original versions and some are faded out earlier than either their single or album versions, while others are segued together. In other words, while all the hits are present, they're simply not in their correct versions. Nevertheless, The Immaculate Collection remains a necessary purchase, because it captures everything Madonna is about and it proves that she was one of the finest singles artists of the '80s. Until the original single versions are compiled on another album, The Immaculate Collection is the closest thing to a definitive retrospective. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine, Rovi