Editors’ Notes If The Immaculate Collection was a celebration of seven years of radio hits, GHV2 (released 11 years later in 2001) proved that Madonna hadn’t yet been relegated to famous-for-being-famous status. Over the ‘90s, she’d grown even more daring in her persona and her eclectic approach to music. She was capable of igniting the populace with a huge Streisand-style ballad (Babyface’s “Take a Bow”) or an inescapably catchy dance tune (“Ray of Light”). And don’t forget soundtrack contributions such as “Don’t Cry for Me, Argentina” (from Evita) and “Beautiful Stranger” (from Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me). That the latter was one of her brighter, deeper singles ever was proof that as the ‘90s ended, she wasn’t slowing down at all.

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Deeper and Deeper (7" Edit)
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Erotica (Radio Edit Version)
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Human Nature (Radio Version)
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Secret (Edit Version)
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Don't Cry for Me Argentina (Radio Edit Version)
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Bedtime Story (Edit Version)
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The Power of Good-Bye
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Beautiful Stranger (William Orbit Radio Edit Version)
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Frozen (Edit Version)
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Take a Bow (Edit Version)
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Ray of Light (Radio Edit Version)
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Don't Tell Me
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What It Feels Like for a Girl (Album Version-GHV2)
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Drowned World / Substitute for Love
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Music
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