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Yeah, after sitting on this a bit... not happy about most of this. The single mixes are either being kept for something else, or, judging by the care given to the rest of it, simply forgotten about or ignored. They were doing so well, what the fuck happened?

Also, did we definitively find the sources of the bonus tracks?

- I'll trust the member who thinks the "True Blue (Instrumental)" is tape-sourced, which would've been the preferred source.

- "Open Your Heart (Dub)" is from the Yellow CD? Ugh.

What about the rest?

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Oh, and they better not skip putting something out in August because of all the, erm, hard work they've put into this. "Rain", "Drowned World/Sky Fits Heaven" and "Causing a Commotion" seem like a breeze to compile. Don't care if I'm entitled or not, it's literally a label's job to raise Madonna's profile before the biopic, literally no more excuses.

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27 minutes ago, New_Boy said:

Yeah, after sitting on this a bit... not happy about most of this. The single mixes are either being kept for something else, or, judging by the care given to the rest of it, simply forgotten about or ignored. They were doing so well, what the fuck happened?

Also, did we definitively find the sources of the bonus tracks?

- I'll trust the member who thinks the "True Blue (Instrumental)" is tape-sourced, which would've been the preferred source.

- "Open Your Heart (Dub)" is from the Yellow CD? Ugh.

What about the rest?

Lol TB Dub is not tape sourced. It’s a standard well done master transfer. Stop spreading this nonsense lol.

OYH Dub is the yellow CD version and @Aiwa08said La Isla is as well. Didn’t check for myself but his information is always accurate.

Some claimed OYH extended is also from the yellow CD but also haven’t checked.

True Blue Remix Edit is the same transfer as the one from the Warner Promo CD

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32 minutes ago, New_Boy said:

Yeah, after sitting on this a bit... not happy about most of this. The single mixes are either being kept for something else, or, judging by the care given to the rest of it, simply forgotten about or ignored. They were doing so well, what the fuck happened?

Also, did we definitively find the sources of the bonus tracks?

- I'll trust the member who thinks the "True Blue (Instrumental)" is tape-sourced, which would've been the preferred source.

- "Open Your Heart (Dub)" is from the Yellow CD? Ugh.

What about the rest?

True Blue (Remix/Edit & instrumental) from a digital source

Open Your Heart (Extended & Dub), Live To Tell (Instrumental), La Isla Bonita (Extended & Extended Instrumental) from yellow CDs.

 The rest... ?????

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2 minutes ago, thegoldencalf said:

Lol TB Dub is not tape sourced. It’s a standard well done master transfer. Stop spreading this nonsense lol

I think we might be thinking of different tapes? Like, I'm not saying it's from a cassette, but like most pre-digital stuff, it was done on actual magnetic tapes. That's why the phrase "master tape" is still in use. But yeah, wouldn't dwell on this longer, just waiting for a complete list of these. Thanks for your help, and to you as well @Aiwa08<3

 

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19 minutes ago, New_Boy said:

I think we might be thinking of different tapes? Like, I'm not saying it's from a cassette, but like most pre-digital stuff, it was done on actual magnetic tapes. That's why the phrase "master tape" is still in use.

 

When I've said "digital sources" I mean a digital copy from the master tapes, but I don't know if those "new" digital versions were available before on CD. For example my True Blue (Remix Edit) available on CD sounds worse than the one available on the 35th anniversary.  And OYH (Extended & Dub),  LTT (Instrumental) and LIB (Extended & Extended instrumental) sounds worse than the versions available on the Japanese CDs.

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49 minutes ago, Aiwa08 said:

When I've said "digital sources" I mean a digital copy from the master tapes, but I don't know if those "new" digital versions were available before on CD. For example my True Blue (Remix Edit) available on CD sounds worse than the one available on the 35th anniversary.  And OYH (Extended & Dub),  LTT (Instrumental) and LIB (Extended & Extended instrumental) sounds worse than the versions available on the Japanese CDs.

Interesting. I find that the true blue remix edit is the same as the CD source, but with an increase in volume 

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19 minutes ago, thegoldencalf said:

Interesting. I find that the true blue remix edit is the same as the CD source, but with an increase in volume 

 My True Blue (Remix) is from this release and I find the EQ really different  (apart of the volume increase): https://www.discogs.com/es/Various-32-Ones-On-One-Radio-1s-25th-Birthday/release/5119621 

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 My True Blue (Remix) is from this release and I find the EQ really different  (apart of the volume increase): https://www.discogs.com/es/Various-32-Ones-On-One-Radio-1s-25th-Birthday/release/5119621 

I’m pretty sure this was a vinyl rip (albeit a very good one). The best CD rip of True Blue Remix is here: https://www.discogs.com/Various-Simply-The-Best-Of-Warner-Music-UK/release/926166


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11 minutes ago, Stevie B said:


I’m pretty sure this was a vinyl rip (albeit a very good one). The best CD rip of True Blue Remix is here: https://www.discogs.com/Various-Simply-The-Best-Of-Warner-Music-UK/release/926166
 

As far as I know there are two "True Blue (Remix Edit)" available on CD. I'm sure (based on the post of @thegoldencalf) that the version available on the 35th anniversary is the one of "The Best Of Warner Music (UK)" (1998) with the volume increase. And the fade out is perfect clean (there isn't any noise from a vinyl, neither filters to remove that noise).

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As far as I know there is two "True Blue (Remix Edit)" available on CD. I'm sure (based on the post of@thegoldencalf) that the version available on the 35th anniversary is the one of "The Best Of Warner Music (UK)" (1998) with the volume increase. And the fade out is perfect clean (there isn't any noise from a vinyl, neither filters to remove that noise).

Yes, it would be the same digital master as used on “The Best of Warner Music (UK)”.

The only other release to feature it is the radio one number ones cd that you previously mentioned and I think that includes a well mastered vinyl rip.


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21 minutes ago, Aiwa08 said:

As far as I know there are two "True Blue (Remix Edit)" available on CD. I'm sure (based on the post of @thegoldencalf) that the version available on the 35th anniversary is the one of "The Best Of Warner Music (UK)" (1998) with the volume increase. And the fade out is perfect clean (there isn't any noise from a vinyl, neither filters to remove that noise).

Correct. The UK CD version is the one I have and it’s the same as the one on 35th

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On 7/30/2021 at 3:04 PM, Sultrysully said:

I did not know that.  Obviously, I knew that it was from an earlier era but I was not aware that it had been used.  True Blue was my first Madonna era..

Yeah. It's first appearance on a Madonna release was on the Dress You Up EP,  but the first appearance anywhere was:

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Revenge-Of-The-Killer-Bs/release/1274269

which actually came out in September or October 1984 even though the discogs listing says 1985

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54 minutes ago, brank000 said:

Yeah. It's first appearance on a Madonna release was on the Dress You Up EP,  but the first appearance anywhere was:

https://www.discogs.com/Various-Revenge-Of-The-Killer-Bs/release/1274269

which actually came out in September or October 1984 even though the discogs listing says 1985

Totally misplaced on that cd since it wasn’t a B side at the time and it was no revenge anyway

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21 minutes ago, Where's The Party? said:

Cherish now available in 1080p HD.

 

Keep the "True Blue" surprises coming! :smile:

It's "Cherish" anniversary these days, right? Guess we won't have a digital single, since the Extended and "Supernatural" are already on the "Like A Prayer" 30th release (sadly this release is streaming only, not available for purchase, wish that would change).

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