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Power of Goodbye
Madonna
Power of Goodbye
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
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Japanese edition of the fourth single from her smash 1998 album 'Ray Of Light'. Contains all five tracks/ mixes of 'Power Of Goodbye' from the Australian edition (Album Version, Dallas' Low End Mix, Luke Slater's Super Lup...  more »

      
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All Artists: Madonna
Title: Power of Goodbye
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Import [Generic]
Release Date: 7/13/1999
Album Type: EP, Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 4943674229727, 766484954825

Synopsis

Album Description
Japanese edition of the fourth single from her smash 1998 album 'Ray Of Light'. Contains all five tracks/ mixes of 'Power Of Goodbye' from the Australian edition (Album Version, Dallas' Low End Mix, Luke Slater's Super Luper, Luke Slater's Filter Mix and Fabian's Good God Mix), but in superior standard jewel case packaging (the Aussie is only ina slipcase sleeve). 1998 Maverick/ Warner Brothers release.
 

CD Reviews

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06/17/1999
(1 out of 5 stars)

"I'm a Madonna fan from Turkey.I try to buy every Madonna CD.Don't buy this so called remix ep.There is nothing special about it and it's too expensive.Luke slater and Fabian remixes are extremely boring.I advice you to buy the single version of this title.Dallas Austin's low end mix is pretty good and you can find this mix in single version."
"Freedom comes-- Freedom comes-- Freedom comes-- Freedom..."
07/06/1999
(1 out of 5 stars)

"Man, what can I say about these remixes? "Remixes" isn't even justifiable; "Obsessive-compulsive" is the more appropriate adjective. Huh. I mean, WHAT was Luke Slater doing?! What was he THINKING?!?! "Freedom comes-- Freedom comes--" Oh, come on!!! Someone seriously needed to tell him toget that finger off that repeat button. Hmmm, maybe he's deaf.... Sheesh!!! I think William Orbit should have gotten ahold of this song. I have faith in him. I have the remixes of "Ray Of Light," "Nothing Really Matters," "Frozen," and with great sorrow and disappointment, I have the remixes of "The Power Of Good-Bye." Hmm, if I think Madonna had heard any of these remixes, I think she'd PROUDLY walk into the ocean! "Ray Of Light" was so unbelievable; I love it! "Nothing Really Matters," the original, is FABULOUS! But alas, the repetition arises again: "Future-- Future-- Future..." Ugh. "Frozen" is incredible. Get them all. Get them all-- except "...Good-Bye.""
3 Stars
06/23/2002
(3 out of 5 stars)

"Here's the deal, this maxi-single was not released in the U.S. and I can see why. They were only released as a promo 12" and yet became M's first club promo to not chart on Club Play AT ALL.
1. LP Version: wonderful ballad as appers on RAy of Light
2. Low End Mix: a funky version of the oiginal. this one's ok and has a kind of asian interlude going on in the middle
3. Super Luper: AWFUL!!!!!!
4. Filter: I actually like this one :P. It's very scary-sounding
5. Good God: This one's decentIf you don't like experimental music, steer clear!!"