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Madonna Reveals Track List for "Celebration" Hits Collection

August 26, 2009 10:33 AM ET

After taking requests from fans and carefully examining her extensive Warner Bros. catalog, Madonna has revealed the track list for her Celebration greatest-hits collection and confirmed a fresh collaboration with Lil Wayne titled "Revolver" will be included on the set. Celebration, which will be released in both single and double-CD formats, and Celebration: The Video Collection, are due on September 29th.

The 47-video Celebration two-DVD set kicks off with "Burning Up" and features previously unseen footage from "Justify My Love" along with the brand-new video for "Celebration" and clips for "Give It 2 Me" (from Hard Candy) and "Into the Groove."

Madonna in action: photos from the launch of her Sticky & Sweet tour.

The 36 songs on the Celebration CD include 16 of the 17 tracks from Madonna's first extensive hits comp, 1990's Immaculate Collection (all but "Rescue Me") and pairs of songs from her more recent releases: "Ray of Light" and "Frozen" from Ray of Light, "Don't Tell Me" and "Music" from Music, "Hollywood" and "Die Another Day" from American Life, "Hung Up" and "Sorry" from Confessions on a Dance Floor, and "4 Minutes" and "Miles Away" from Hard Candy. Full track list below:


CD 1:
01) Hung Up
02) Music
03) Vogue
04) 4 Minutes
05) Holiday
06) Everybody
07) Like A Virgin
08) Into The Groove
09) Like A Prayer
10) Ray Of Light
11) Sorry
12) Express Yourself
13) Open Your Heart
14) Borderline
15) Secret
16) Erotica
17) Justify My Love
18) Revolver

CD 2:
01) Dress You Up
02) Material Girl
03) La Isla Bonita
04) Papa Don't Preach
05) Lucky Star
06) Burning Up
07) Crazy For You
08) Who's That Girl
09) Frozen
10) Miles Away
11) Take A Bow
12) Live To Tell
13) Beautiful Stranger
14) Hollywood
15) Die Another Day
16) Don't Tell Me
17) Cherish
18) Celebration

 

Madonna Celebration DVD Track Listing:

01) Burning Up
02) Lucky Star
03) Borderline
04) Like A Virgin
05) Material Girl
06) Crazy For You
07) Into The Groove
08) Live To Tell
09) Papa Don't Preach
10) True Blue
11) Open Your Heart
12) La Isla Bonita
13) Who's That Girl
14) Like A Prayer
15) Express Yourself
16) Cherish
17) Vogue
18) Justify My Love
19) Erotica
20) Deeper and Deeper
21) Rain
22) I'll Remember
23) Secret
24) Take A Bow
25) Bedtime Story
26) Human Nature
27) I Want You
28) You'll See
29) Frozen
30) Ray Of Light
31) The Power Of Good-Bye
32) Beautiful Stranger
33) American Pie
34) Music
35) Don't Tell Me
36) What It Feels Like For A Girl
37) Die Another Day
38) Hollywood
39) Love Profusion
40) Hung Up
41) Sorry
42) Get Together
43) Jump
44) 4 Minutes
45) Give It 2 Me
46) Miles Away
47) Celebration

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