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3 minutes ago, baymad4her said:

Well, it would be terrible, but I'd still buy the rubbish and get all the remixes :laughing:

More or less it would be like: "This is such a bad shit, no way im spending money on this, not even a dollar on this crap, no way, so disappointing and cheap!

Wait, lemme see if they have a red vynil of this, it also looks really good on the splatter blue one tho :Madonna038:

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Not sure if "box-sets" are the right way to go about his. I dislike box-sets that include every version of a song back-to-back or have every format in one box (CD, K7, DVD, vinyl) kinda like the Madame X box. I'd rather have 'alternate versions' of albums like Fleetwood Mac did along with blinged out re-issues of the original (incl. photo sets of the era, coloured vinyl, essays, remastered music). In my mind there is thought placed into the order of songs and how certain tracks fit together.  That's why I love vinyl records because the songs play in a curated sequence and then you physically have to rotate the album to side B.

Also, wish they consider to include all unreleased materials and demos on vinyl too, and not just a selected few and then the rest available digitally or on another format. Hopefully, they are creative and considerate with these special releases. 

Maybe separate re-issues of maxi-singles with all the extra remixes and versions, uniquely released rather than all crammed together in one overpriced box-set? I'm also thinking of the special releases that were not easily available like: It's That Girl, She's Breathless, Japanese versions, etc.

I'm most excited for the unmixed You Can Dance, hopefully re-released on vinyl as they were (with all dubs and edits). Also looking forward to the vinyl reissues of the more recent albums from Hard Candy and on. They are so expensive on Discogs and it makes me want to cry every time I look them up.

 

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6 hours ago, DaddyZ said:

You act like someone who doesn’t experience enough love in real life.  ?

Thanks for the edit, I received the email of what you originally said. 

I think you shouldn't get so worked up over an acoustic album that's never going to happen :Madonna041:

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5 hours ago, Rory said:

Maybe separate re-issues of maxi-singles with all the extra remixes and versions, uniquely released rather than all crammed together in one overpriced box-set? I'm also thinking of the special releases that were not easily available like: It's That Girl, She's Breathless, Japanese versions, etc.

 

 

The problem with album box sets is the amount of remixes after "Like A Prayer". So i'm agree with you, the maxi-singles needs a different approach. Maybe the best solution would be box sets separated by decades with different maxi-singles (Four Maxi-Singles Box Sets:

 1982-1991: From "Everybody" to "Rescue Me" (including "you can dance" US vinyl promos)

 1992-2002: From "This used to be my playground" to "Die Another Day"

 2003-2013: From "American Life" to "Turn Up The Radio"

 2014-2022: From "Living For Love" to "Levitating" )

I mean, something like the Bananarama singles box set. Every Maxi-CD have all the remixes and edits (obviously, Maxisingles like "Fever", "Bedtime Story", etc, etc, need two or three CDs).

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19 hours ago, Aiwa08 said:

The problem with album box sets is the amount of remixes after "Like A Prayer". So i'm agree with you, the maxi-singles needs a different approach. Maybe the best solution would be box sets separated by decades with different maxi-singles (Four Maxi-Singles Box Sets:

 1982-1991: From "Everybody" to "Rescue Me" (including "you can dance" US vinyl promos)

 1992-2002: From "This used to be my playground" to "Die Another Day"

 2003-2013: From "American Life" to "Turn Up The Radio"

 2014-2022: From "Living For Love" to "Levitating" )

I mean, something like the Bananarama singles box set. Every Maxi-CD have all the remixes and edits (obviously, Maxisingles like "Fever", "Bedtime Story", etc, etc, need two or three CDs).

OMG I love Bananarama!

Or maybe a remix box for every album? I know all us die hard fans would love everything but I have a feeling that we'll get a curated selection released on CD and/or vinyl with the rest available to download digitally. I mean it's not a bad idea, but I wish they consider all those alternate 7" versions to be included somewhere like a special collection or something.

For each album/era do:

- Album remastered-reissued (Booklet with photos, essays, lyrics); 

- Alternate Album with era extras (Demos, unreleased, 7" edits, live recordings, bonus tracks, movie soundtrack songs released around the same era); 

- Remix Album of curated full length mixes and dubs (box or double album) ... or special EP's like they did with Rain EP, Deeper and Deeper EP, Remixed Prayers, etc. Would love to see some inclusion of unreleased remixes like the Razor n' Guido remix of Rain, or the Ritchie Santana mixes of Ray of Light. 

All on separate releases so we could pick an choose the format we want to buy and not have them all bunched together in an overpriced package?

I would also love extra special separate curated releases like: promo albums once issued (She's Breathless, It's That Girl, 12"ers+2, Remixed & Revisited, etc) , or new ones like: Madonna at the Movies, Dubs Collection, ??

Also, I wonder if they will consider a Pre-Madonna type of release since she is/was listening to all those cassettes. It would make a really interesting album, especially if it coincides with the autobiographical film. 

Obviously I'm focused on the music, this does not consider videos, live appearances, concert footage? OMG I"m so excited! 

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3 hours ago, Aiwa08 said:

The problem with album box sets is the amount of remixes after "Like A Prayer". So i'm agree with you, the maxi-singles needs a different approach. Maybe the best solution would be box sets separated by decades with different maxi-singles (Four Maxi-Singles Box Sets:

 1982-1991: From "Everybody" to "Rescue Me" (including "you can dance" US vinyl promos)

 1992-2002: From "This used to be my playground" to "Die Another Day"

 2003-2013: From "American Life" to "Turn Up The Radio"

 2014-2022: From "Living For Love" to "Levitating" )

I mean, something like the Bananarama singles box set. Every Maxi-CD have all the remixes and edits (obviously, Maxisingles like "Fever", "Bedtime Story", etc, etc, need two or three CDs).

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If they release older remixes as part of a box set I’m hoping they’ll just include replicas of the original records (on color vinyl). Also it would be cool if they did foldouts of 7 inches (like the 4 Minutes/Give It 2 Me set). 

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56 minutes ago, baymad4her said:

I think people are expecting too much. All I want is Madonna to release all her remixes and edits in digital quality.

Yes, this is all I want. All her remixes and edits in digital quality (plus instrumentals). I don't care (too much) about demos / unreleased  / live / unplugged songs. Studio Versions from every Tour would be a great surprise. 

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