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    It's the version produced by Reggie Lucas. The 4:48 one is produced by Jellybean. The 1st album is basically made of mixes of both. If you listen to the Multitracks, you'll notice that the first takes are usually the ones made by Lucas (Lucky Star, Burning Up, Physical Attraction, Borderline...). Jellybean remixed them when Madonna wasn't happy with the mixes (according to what I read).
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    Quick question for @Dazedmadonna after going through the Demos/unreleased topic (thank you for that by the way!) – Are we sure that the "Goodbye To Innocence" demo that we've had from the Rain Tapes was mislabeled and is actually the Final Edit? I see that the snippet you posted of the other one - the Straight Pass - comes from the video posted by eroticon in which you can see him playing the demos on a CD player. In that video he plays the second tape, starting with Shame + In This Life + Cheat + Goodbye To Innocence. According to the tracklist, that GTI demo would be the Final Edit, so it would be the snippet, not the full one. Also, it would mean that the Shame snippet is the Straight Pass (1st track on second tape), which remains unleaked... Can you confirm, or am I pushing it a bit too far?
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    Where do both instrumental versions of Erotica and GTI come from? They are not on the original cassettes as we know the track list... They must be from other cassettes as DAT would indeed sound better than that.
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    There used to be a rehearsal clip of 'Nobody Knows Me' on Youtube, similar to this one but shorter and with much better sound:
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    From what I remember, the 2 files are the same but one of them (the one from the supposed DAT masters) has a glitch in the middle and omits around 20 seconds of the song, which explains the running time difference. But I'd need to check again...
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    Sorry I used the wrong term for gMKVExtract, you do not install it because it's portable. Just unzip the content somewhere on your computer, and launch the .exe. Where it says "MKVToolNix directory", you need to indicate the path where you installed ToolNix, so gMKV will be able to process the files. And there you can extract the MKV gMKV demuxes (i.e extracts the files), ToolNix remuxes (compiles the files). Here it works for you because the MKV contain MPEG-2, but it depends of course on what format is inside.
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    They are mkv files containing MPEG-2 video streams. You can demux with gMKVExtract and remux with ImagoMPEG-Muxer, if you still want an MPEG or VOB as final file.
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    Honestly, just do it yourself, it takes less than 2 minutes to extract. It's much more convenient than asking for re-uploads for such big files
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    You need to install MKVToolNix on your computer: Then install gMKVExtractGUI (found on the same page, it's a portable tool). Then load MKVToolNix in gKMV: And now you load the MKV file and demux it to separate the MPEG2 video and audio streams. There you have the original files I did it to convert back to VOB because some mkv files do not work on my TV.
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    It did start, she's just singing over it. It's playback. The audience greeting with vocoder started in Barcelona, 2nd night.
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    Now this is intriguing... We need to find which show it's from ! The vocals are more or less the same so it has to be close to the Detroit show, if not the 25th...
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    The promotional video for 'Holiday' uses the audio from the 25th show, strangely... different mix and vocals:
  14. 6. Edit and 16. Video Version are identical. It's indeed the version that appears on the CD Single Collection. 4. Edit (3:58) (It's That Girl Cassette) (Edit of New Mix) is nearly the same as 6. Edit except that it has a few more echoes and audio effects. Technically closer to the New Mix thanks to those effects. 5. Remix Edit/Edit (Radio Version) is the same as 4., isn't it? I've never heard of one more mix.