- 04 May 22
Hand-selected from her decades of dance gold, Madonna will release a collective album looking back at the pop star’s historical success on August 19.
True Rebel Hearts are sure to be excited over the news that Madonna is compiling her favourite club remixes and a few select unreleased tracks for her Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones collection.
The comp set is to be released on August 19 and follows Madonna’s achievement in February of 2020, landing her 50th Number One Billboard Dance Club Songs with ‘I Don’t Search I Find’ – simultaneously becoming the first person ever to score 50 Number Ones on any Billboard listing.
Madonna has ruled the dance club charts since what feels like always, so it’s only fitting that the musical icon releases a compilation of the best of the best, starting with from the 1983 ‘Holiday’ and making her way to 2019's ‘I Don’t Search I Find’. The tracklist for the collection with the list in chronological order for the most part, featuring remixes from Honey Dijon to Avicii, along with a slew of entirely unreleased alternate single remixes.
Previously only available on hard copies of Madonna’s first remix album, You Can Dance (1987), two tracks are now available digitally for the first time to listen: ‘Into the Groove’ and ‘You Can Dance Remix Edit.’ Each remix on Finally Enough Love was remastered by seven-time Grammy producer Mike Dean, who has already collaborated with Madonna on two studio albums.
Finally Enough Love is Madonna’s first album since her global partnership with Warner Music Group which promised “extensive, multi-year series of catalogue releases” starting in 2022. So far, they're sticking true to their word.
A 16-track version of the remixed album is available to stream on June 24 and also for purchase on the collection’s August release date, with track lists for either version listed on Madonna’s website.
Enthusiasts can grab their own 50-song comp set on CV and vinyl of Finally Enough Love on August 19. Pre-order now.
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