Confessions On A Dancefloor
I Love New York
Let It Will Be
Like It Or Not
Released: November 15, 2005 (North America), November 14, 2005 (International)
- CD — 12-track continuous mix
- CD Deluxe Edition — 13-track version, released in December 2005, includes bonus track, ‘Fighting Spirit’, a 40 page picture book from the Steven Klein photo session; an 80 page blank journal book, which includes lyrics from the album track “Let It Will Be”; a one month free ICON fanclub membership, and a unique slipcover housing. All tracks are a continuous mix, except for the bonus track.
- iTunes Regular Edition— Digital download 12-track edition, all tracks are separate and not sequenced
- iTunes Deluxe Edition — Digital download 12-track edition, all tracks are separate and not sequenced. It also includes a digital artwork booklet and the “Hung Up” video
- iTunes Non-Stop Mix: Deluxe Edition — digital download which blends the 12 songs into one long track. It also includes a digital artwork booklet and the “Hung Up” video
- iTunes Non-Stop Mix: Regular Edition — digital download which blends the 12 songs into one long track
- Limited Edition 2-LP Pink Vinyl Set
- Confessions Remixed — Promotional Triple 12″ or 2-CD Collection. Full remix set by Stuart Price, released on April 11, 2006, with a limited print of only 3,000 copies
Singles & Album Artwork:
Billboard – by Keith Caulfield
The diva has returned to the disco. The swirling, throbbing and altogether great “Confessions on a Dance Floor” is Madonna’s nonstop ecstatic cabaret. The 12-song set takes some of its musical cues from the likes of Giorgio Moroder and Richard X, though it remains thoroughly and uniquely a work of Madonna, who never gets lost in the dizzying beats and dense production. The tunes focus on self-discovery (“How High”), enlightenment (“Future Lovers,” “Get Together”), empowerment (“Jump”) and love (“Push”). There are also fluffier cuts: a rocking dance anthem in “I Love New York,” the ABBA-sampling lead single “Hung Up” and the springy “Sorry.” In the wake of 2003′s dead-on-arrival “American Life,” “Confessions” is a welcome return to form for the Queen of Pop.