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Power of Goodbye
Madonna
Power of Goodbye
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
 
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The fourth single from Ms. Ciccone's 1998 album 'Ray Of Light'. The German edition contains four versions of 'Power Of Goodbye' (Album Version, Dallas' Low End Mix, Luke SlaterSuper Luper and Fabien's Good God Mix). Slimli...  more »

      
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All Artists: Madonna
Title: Power of Goodbye
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Wea International
Release Date: 7/27/1999
Album Type: Import, Single
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Styles: Dance Pop, Adult Contemporary
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 093624459026

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The fourth single from Ms. Ciccone's 1998 album 'Ray Of Light'. The German edition contains four versions of 'Power Of Goodbye' (Album Version, Dallas' Low End Mix, Luke SlaterSuper Luper and Fabien's Good God Mix). Slimline jewel case. 1998 Maverick/ Warner Brothers release.

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CD Reviews

A little mediocre, but that's what it is because of Luke Sla
06/14/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is the only bad single from "Ray of Light", not because of the song itself, but because of one of the remixes.
1. Album Version (4:13, 10/10): Can't go wrong with this.
2. Dallas' Low End Mix (4:36, 10/10): Really good and more acoustic than the next 2. Reminiscent of TLC's "Fanmail".
3. Luke Slater Super Luper (8:49, 1/10): GOD, this is annoying. And it lasts almost 9 minutes! Great! Thanks a lot, Luke Slater. This is a truly horrendous mix of such a beautiful song. >:( I can see why Madonna never hired him for remixes after this!
4. Fabian's Good God Mix (8:23, 10/10): THIS is what a "POG" club remix should sound like! Take note, Mr. Slater, that one line of vocals does not a remix make. I love this!
Gets 1 star off because of Luke Slater's stupidly-done remix, but still good."
There's Nothing Left To Lose...
MaverickDGA | Oakwood, GA | 11/24/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)

"The Power of Goodbye is one of Madonna's most beautiful songs to ever come out. This cd is the second best version you can get. The best being the Jappensse version because you get another Remix (Luke Slater's Filtered Mix). All the versions here are great.

1.Album Version: This is my favorite version, of all. No matter how much you remix it, you can't tamper with perfection.

2.Dallas' Low End Mix: This a good version of the song. It is a more simplisitc version. You hear more of the acoustics in this version.

3. Luke Slater Supper Lupper: This is proably my least favorite version. This version sounds like it should be played in a wild dancing club. The only vocals from POG you hear are "Freedom Commes". This version is great to dance to, but not to be considered a remix to "The Power of Goodbye"

4.Fabian's Good God Mix: This version is another dance version, but better than the previous. This version has more lyrics and sounds more like the orginal.

This is a very good version of POG. It is rather hard to find, as most versions of the single are, so if you see I would grab it."
Maxi-single: Power of Goodbye
Enigma | British Columbia, Canada | 02/15/2005
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I am a big fan of Madonna. I watched her changed and revolutions herself over the past 20 years. I am I love her Cd, Ray of Light, in fact it changed my life and who I am. I am looking for her max-single of Power of Goodbye. I have the Frozen and Nothing Really Matters (maxi single). Any body has a brand new copy of the Cd and the wrapped casing and looking to sell it, I will be glad to purchase it from you."