Madonna - Justify My Love (25th Anniversary) album download
Released to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the original release. Housed in fully-laminated, glossy, multi-fold sleeve with tuck-in flap to close. Cover bears a "Promotional Copy" sticker exclusive to this issue. Includes an exclusive set of six 8" x 6" photo cards enclosed in a wax paper envelope printed with the lyrics "Poor is the man whose pleasures depend on the permission of another.
6, 1990 – 25 years ago this week – Madonna released the first single from The Immaculate Collection, Justify My Love. In the month that followed, Madonna filmed a video for the song, submitted it to MTV (which promptly rejected it), and then rode the resulting controversy all the way to the bank. The video was ultimately sold as a video single, and it sold well. In celebration of the song’s 25th anniversary, PEOPLE. COM has compiled a list of factoids you may not know about the tune, the video, and the associated fallout. 1. The video is actually pretty tame by today’s standards. Given all the controversy about Madonna using the video to promote sex, sadomasochism, cross-dressomg and whatever else critics perceived in it, it just doesn’t seem quite so racy 25 years later.
Justify My Love" is a song by American singer Madonna from her first greatest hits compilation album The Immaculate Collection (1990). It was released on October 30, 1990, by Sire Records as the lead single from The Immaculate Collection. The song was written by Lenny Kravitz and Ingrid Chavez, with additional lyrics by Madonna.
Produced by Lenny Kravitz. Album The Immaculate Collection. Justify My Love Lyrics. I want to kiss you in Paris I want to hold your hand in Rome I want to run naked in a rainstorm Make love in a train cross-country You put this in me So now what, so now what? Wanting, needing, waiting For you to justify my love Hoping, praying For you to justify my love
Lenny Kravitz helped Madonna write and produce this sultry song, where Madonna whispers most of the lyrics. Ingrid Chavez, a singer who had worked with Prince, sued for royalties, claiming she wrote the song with Kravitz.
With the release of the electric "Justify My Love," Madonna (or her record label) had perfected the art of the CD maxi-single, issuing a record with four distinct mixes, each different from the other and sometimes seeming to be completely different songs. The "Orbit 12" Mix (mixed by William Orbit) is a groovier version than the original (which is the first mix on this disc), and brings Lenny Kravitz's background vocals to the forefront.
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