Madonna news - Nov. 2003

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30 November - LP video not yet approved? *rumour*
So while Nothing Fails and Love profusion are about to be released in each of their territories, we haven't heard - let alone seen - anything of the Love Profusion video. Rumour has it that Warner Brothers hasn't yet approved the video. But what is there to approve for such an innocent video? Or isn't it? Hopefully more info on this soon.

30 November - Madonna covered
According to MadonnaTribe, Baywatch actor David Hasselhoff has recorded a cover of La Isla Bonita for a CD with song covers, aimed at the German market. Let's hope we'll never get to hear that! There's also supposed to be a cover of I Deserve It on the album L'avventura by Britta Phillips and Dean Wareham. And finally, rumour has it that Britney recorded a cover of Justify My Love and is considering releasing it... if Madonna gives her permission, that is.

28 November - Madonna in US charts
Me Against The Music falls from 35 to 40 on the latest edition of Billboard's Hot 100.
On the positive side; Madonna is doing great on the Hot Dance / Club Play - December 13, 2003:
Nobody Knows Me - #4 (up 4 from last week's #8)
Me Against The Music - #9 (up from #16)
Nothing Fails - #1 on the Hot Dance Club Play Breakout (Bubbling Under) Chart
(source: Absolute Madonna)

28 November - Madonna sees Britney as little sister
Madonna says Britney Spears often asks her for career advice and says she treats the young singer like her little sister. She made the comments on the Jay Leno show in the US. Madonna told the chat show host: "I see her as my little sister. She asks me (for) career advice." She added: "For the most part I try to make her understand this isn't real life and she can't take everything people say seriously. I can understand some of the stuff she's going through. I help her with that." Madonna also talked about her relationship with Guy Ritchie, reports The Sun. She told Leno: "Marriage isn't easy. It is a challenge especially if there are two strong-willed people who get together. Guy likes chaos, and I like order." (source: Ananova)
Meanwhile, ex-husband Sean Penn has urged the Madonna to educate her new best pal Britney - because he's sick of the pop star's bland political comments. Penn, was far from impressed with his ex's TV kiss with Spears at the MTV Video Music Awards, but he hopes Madonna has passed on a little wisdom to her protege. He says, "I think Madonna should have whispered a few words of wisdom into the ear of Britney while she had her lips there. She's made some statements on this Iraq issue that are in need of knowledge, y'know, 'Follow our leaders and everything'll just fall into place.' Yeah, for 3,000 white elderly males, Britney." Madonna's "protege" recently made an embarassing gaffe, calling Kylie Minogue and Paulina Rubio Spanish singers. Spears was speaking to a Spanish journalist, who asked if she liked the country's music. Britney replied, "Yes, I really like it. From Paulina Rubio to Kylie Minogue." When she was told that Kylie is Australian and Paulina is Mexican, she hastily tried to cover up her embarrassing mistake by adding, "I still think they're great." (source:, MadonnaTribe)
~ You can now read part of the transcript of the Jay Leno interview on MadonnaTribe. The video files are up for download at Madonna

28 November - Madonna 5th most listened-to act in Europe
Pop star Robbie Williams is the most listened-to artist in Europe, with rock music replacing manufactured pop as Europe's favourite music this year, a survey has found. "Rock is back and it's packing a punch," said Simon George of Music Choice, a digital music broadcaster that commissioned the survey. U.S rapper Eminem was the second most listened-to star across Europe, followed by veteran U.S. rockers Metallica, Irish rock band U2, and Madonna . The survey, which polled 30,000 Europeans about their listening habits, found that rock music was the most listened-to genre in six of the eight countries surveyed. The European Music Census also found that national singles charts did not reflect popular music tastes. "Europeans, particularly us Brits, are starting to tire of the stream of manufactured pop acts that record companies are producing," said George. The only reality music contest winner that made the survey was Bisbal, a winner of Spain's Pop Idol competition. (source: Reuters,

Madonna on Leno 27 November - Madonna on Leno
Report from MadonnaTribe: Madonna visited Jay Leno last night looking great and relaxed, in a nice black dress and black leather boots. Everybody reports that she looked more comfortable than in her latest Letterman appearance. Jay was praising her a lot, and made fun of her all the time. She mainly spoke about "Mr Peabody's Apples" and offered her host a couple of gifts: a framed picture of the "Mr. Peabody's Apples" artwork and a baseball shirt customized with the book logo. (picture courtesy of AP)
Madonna's appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" will be broadcast on the Sky Digital channel "FTN" this Thursday (26th) at 10pm and then again at 1:40am (Fri); also on NBC Europe on November 30 at 21:30 cet.

26 November - Nothing Fails and R&R in Belgium
Warner Belgium has announced that 'Remixed and Revisited' will be released in Belgium on friday, november 28th. Nothing Fails is planned for December 5th with following tracklisting:
Nothing Fails single 1. Nothing Fails (radio edit)
2. Love Profusion (album version)
3. Love Profusion (Passengerz Club Mix)
They posted the single cover on the right, which has a different background color then the maxi single.

26 November - Love Profusion in UK
The Love Profusion single will be released in the UK on December 8th in following three formats:
1. Love Profusion (Passengers Club Mix)
2. Nobody Knows Me (Above and Beyond Mix)

Love Profusion single 1. Love Profusion (Album Version)
2. Nothing Fails (Radio Edit)
3. Love Profusion (Passengerz Club Mix)

1. Love Profusion (Album Version)
2. Love Profusion (Ralphi Rosario House
3. Nobody Knows Me (Above & Beyond 12")
(source: MadonnaTribe)
While most territories get a Nothing Fails single, the UK and Australia have opted for a Love Profusion single. Australian online stores have posted the cover artwork, which is a cheap edit of the Nothing Fails cover. Click on the image on the right and then click through.

26 November - Peabody tops bestseller list
The Material Girl tops yet another chart. Madonna's second children's book, "Mr. Peabody's Apples," will hit No. 1 on The New York Times' best-seller list three weeks after its Nov. 10 release on Sunday, Nov. 30. Madonna's first book, "The English Roses," made it to No. 1 on the same list on Oct. 5, also three weeks after its release on Sept. 15. For an author to climb to the top of The New York Times' children's picture book list with two consecutive projects released in such quick succession represents a first in publishing history. Both books have been published in 37 languages and more than 110 countries worldwide. Madonna will make a special appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on Wednesday, Nov. 26 to talk about "Mr. Peabody's Apples." An in-store appearance at Borders Books & Music in Los Angeles is also planned for December, with details to be announced. "Mr. Peabody's Apples," illustrated by Loren Long, is written for readers aged six and up. (source: Zap2it)

25 November - Nobody Knows Me: Madonna celebrates 20 years with new book
Nobody Knows Me, the book Madonna had promised her fans something special by the end of the year to celebrate her 20 year career. Though has yet to officially announce it, we discovered the surprise: her official online shop now presents a new limited edition book, called Nobody Knows Me. Here's the description: "Nobody Knows Me is Madonna's ultimate statement to her fans. 52 pages of success, rare and unseen shots commented by an Icon and her angels. Music, love, fashion, stardom and much more... Please note: Nobody Knows Me is a limited edition and will be available for pre-order from Nov 25 to Dec 30. We will ship orders out in January." (special thanx to Paul!)
UPDATE: now check out for a teaser of the book. You can also view the flash trailer on our server, as well as soome of the pictures, featured in the book: one - two - three - four - five - six (thanx to Robster and Tony for the captures!).

25 November - Loren long uses neighbor boy as model
A local artist has brought a 12-year-old seventh-grader at Lakota Ridge Junior High School to cartoon celebrity worldwide. Artist Loren Long used local resident Jonathan Whitney as a model for the antagonist in the new children's book Mr. Peabody's Apples, the second children’s book by the pop star Madonna. The book was released last week in 150 countries and 36 languages. Whitney modeled the book’s character Tommy Tittlebottom, who starts false rumors about a little league coach, Mr. Peabody.
"It was so cool seeing myself animated," Jonathan said. "I’ve never been in a book before, it was pretty exciting to be a part of it.” A year ago he didn’t even know who Madonna was. "She’s like a singer, I think," he said. Jonathan has the good fortune of living two doors down from Long. Long asked the Whitney family, who had moved in July 2002, if he could use Jonathan as a model. "(Jonathan) was mischievous like Dennis the Menace," said Long, a six-year West Chester Twp. resident. "There was an air of confidence he seemed to project." Long also used his own son, Griffith, 8, to model another main character, Billy Little.
Jonathan's mother, Nancy, said she had reservations in giving Long permission to work with her son. "I had mixed emotions," she said. "Madonna has a rather controversial past — the Britney Spears thing didn’t help either. I was totally excited, but she is a controversial person. As much as that may be, she has a different reputation as a mother." Mr. Peabody’s Apples takes place in 1949. Mr. Peabody, a beloved elementary schoolteacher and baseball coach, becomes ostracized when rumors about him spread through the small town. He silences the gossip with a poignant lesson about how people must choose their words carefully to avoid causing harm to others. (source: Dayton Daily News)

25 November - MATM chart update
Me Against The Music is still doing great in this weeks charts. In Australia it stays no. 1 for a second week in both the singles and the dance chart. In the UK it drops from no. 2 to no. 6 in the singles chart and from no. 3 to no. 8 in the dance chart. In the Belgian Ultratop it makes a huge jump in its second week; from no. 26 to no. 7. And like announced before, the single is at no. 35 in the US Hot 100.

23 November - Themes of other childrens books
After dealing with the themes of jealousy and envy in 'The English Roses' and with the power of words in 'Mr Peabody's Apples', Madonna recently revealed which are the leading themes and morals of her next three children's books. 'Yakov and the Seven Thieves' (release expected in april 2004) will explain to children how to acknowledge our mistakes and how to overcome them. Her remaining two books 'The Adventures Of Abdey' and 'Lopsa de Casha' (release expected in June and September 2004) will deal respectively with "uncertainty and faith", and "the joy of giving and sharing on the road towards happiness". Madonna's final goal is to "help kids turn painful or scary situations into learning experiences", by using the lessons she puts in her books. (source: MadonnaTribe)

22 November - Download R&R
For a limited time, you can download all the tracks of 'Remixed and Revisited' as well as remixes of Love Profusion, Nothing Fails and Nobody Knows Me at Leander-Online. Now that we know the entire song, we've put the complete lyrics of Your Honesty online. Enjoy but remember to go out on November 25th to buy 'Remixed and Revisited' to boost Madonna in the charts!

21 November - Peabody's as beautiful as Roses
Madonna's second children's book, "Mr. Peabody's Apples," hit the store shelves recently, and this one, illustrated by Loren Long, is as beautiful as her first, "The English Roses." Unlike "The English Roses," however, "Mr. Peabody's Apples," tells a rather cohesive if contrived tale. But Madonna is not ashamed to admit up front that the story of Mr. Peabody, his apples and the residents of Happville (which isn't a very big town) is not her own. No, in fact, it comes from the Kabbalah. "This book," she writes, "was inspired by a nearly 300-year-old story … It is about the power of words. And how we must choose them carefully to avoid causing harm to others." Indeed, the residents of Happville must be on alert after Tommy Tittlebottom sees Mr. Peabody steal an apple from Mr. Funkadeli's store. Of course, Tommy thinks he's doing the right thing by warning others of Mr. Peabody's infraction. What the child is unaware of, though, is the hurt he is causing by not knowing the story of the apples and how Mr. Peabody's stop at the store is part of his Saturday ritual before heading off to the baseball field to coach the little league team. As the upstanding citizen he is, respected as the town history teacher, he pays for the shiniest apple in the bunch when he buys his milk. When all is said and done, Tommy is left trying to repair the damage he caused Mr. Peabody and his reputation.
"Mr. Peabody's Apples" is not for younger readers. The length of text on the pages invites smaller bodies to squirm in anticipation of the story. The theme is also too advanced for small children. The 6- to 8-year-old child is probably the best audience for this neatly packaged morality tale. Even if the story is not original, children are certain to be taken with the illustrations; their beauty and scope are breathtaking. Long, whose artwork has appeared in Sports Illustrated and Time magazine, works wonders with the characters, from Mr. Peabody to Tommy to the tiny town of Happville. The pictures alone make "Mr. Peabody's Apples" worthwhile. The third of five children's books, "Yakov and the Seven Thieves," is scheduled for release in April. And, like all of her books, proceeds from their sale will be donated to the Spirituality for Kids Foundation. (source: Times Daily)

21 November - Brazil celebrates Madonna
Warner missed the occasion to have a decent celebration of Madonna's 20th career anniversary. But the Brazilian fanclub is taking the lead in their own hands, by organising one of the biggest Madonna celebrations ever. Rodrigo Rodrigues, President of the Madomaniac Brasil Fan Club informs us that there will be Madonna events throughout all the states of Brazil during the week of 12 to 20 December. Details on this MadWeek 2003 can be found here (site in Portuguese). To all the Brazilian fans: have fun and report back to us later!

20 November - NRJ nominations
Madonna received 3 nominations for the NRJ Music Awards 2004. She's up for 'Best International Female Artist' (Madonna - Dido - Kylie Minogue - Laura Pausini - Pink), 'Best International Album' (Madonna "American Life" - Dido "Life For Rent" - Placebo "Sleeping with Ghosts" - Justin Timberlake "Justified" - Shania Twain "Up"), and 'Best Official Website' (Madonna - Kylie Minogue - Robbie Williams - Dido - Britney Spears - Beyonce - Christina Aguilera - Florent Pagny - Kyo - Calogero). You can vote here. The ceremony will be held in Cannes in January 2004. NRJ is in talks with Madonna's management about her presence at the award show. Madonna's spokesperson hasn't commented yet (source: Madonna Electronica)

20 November - Peabody: another bestseller
More chart success for Madonna. Her latest book Mr. Peabody's Apples will debut at No. 1 on the New York Times bestseller list, while her English Roses holds the third position in its nineth week, after spending 7 weeks at No. 1 and one at No. 4. (source: MadonnaTribe)

20 November - MATM rising again on Hot 100
Britney and Madonna's Me Against The Music has regained its bullet and jumped up to 35, reaching a new peak on Billboard's Hot 100. Since the track has been available on iTunes, it has steadily remained among the top five purchased downloads in the country. These iTunes sales may be eligible to count towards MATM's Hot 100 position next week, giving the song yet another significant boost. (source: AbsoluteMadonna)
The single also debuted at no. 1 in the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles!

20 November - LP instead of NF, also in UK?
According to the next Uk Single is Love Profusion and not Nothing Fails (Hmv online lists the single as Nothing Fails/Love Profusion).
So apparently now Love Profusion is to be released in the Uk on December 8th, with the same track list of the Australian release. UK catalogue numbers for the CDs are: W634CD1 and W634CD2. (source: MadonnaTribe)

19 November - LP next Australian single
Warner Australia has apparently settled for Love Profusion as Madonna's next single, instead of Nothing Fails as in other territories. Tracklistings for both CD1 and CD2 are as follows:

Love Profusion CD1
Catalogue Number: 9362426922
Release Date: December 15th, 2003
1. Love Profusion
2. Nothing Fails (Radio Edit)
3. Love Profusion (The Passengerz Club)

Love Profusion CD2
Catalogue Number: 9362426932
Release Date: December 15th, 2003
1. Love Profusion
2. Love Profusion (Ralphi Rosario's House Vocal Mix)
3. Nobody Knows Me (Above & Beyond 12" Mix)

In addition to that, the Remixed & Revisited EP will also be out on December 15th in Australia. (source:, thanx to AbsMad)

19 November - Madonna on Leno's Tonight Show
Madonna is scheduled to appear on Jay Leno's Tonight Show on November 26th (NBC 11.35pm ET). Nelly Furtado will be performing on the show, so Madonna will only be a guest, not a performer. The show will be one day after the EP release, so Madonna will likely be there to promote 'Remixed and Revisited'. (source: RockOnTV)

19 November - Critics pan Peabody
The reviews are in on Madonna's new children's book, and they're pretty much like the reviews of her almost-new children's book. "Mr. Peabody's Apples" (Callaway, $19.95), released last week, takes a firm stand against saying bad things about people. AP deemed it "a little hokey," the New York Post called it "a slight and preachy tale," and USA TODAY invoked the terms dreary, heavy-handed, pedestrian, predictable, humorless and ham-fisted, in that order. "If you strip Madonna of her naughtiness," said the Village Voice, "she doesn't have much to offer." That probably helps explain why buyers who ordered "Mr. Peabody's Apples" on were also likely to have purchased "Madonna Nude 1979." In a moment of fairness before I go back to being snippy, reviews from civilians at generally range from giddy to fawning, though serious academics might question the objectivity of someone who says, "She is amazing at everything she does." "Mr. Peabody's Apples" is the second in a series of five children's books, all apparently inspired or influenced by Madonna's interest in a trendy form of Jewish mysticism. When she was into lingerie, we got cone-shaped bras. Now it's Kabbalah and we get "Peabody" and its predecessor, "The English Roses." "Roses" came out in September and reached No. 2 on Amazon's top zillion. It's still No. 47, which puts it 17 places behind "Peabody." (source: Detroit News)

18 November - Nude Madonna in London
Madonna on the cover of Rolling Stone Nude paintings of Madonna are to go on display at a London art gallery. The pictures, including a young Madonna posing for the front cover of Rolling Stone magazine, form part of Steve Kaufman's Celebrities exhibition. Kaufman says his work attempts to explore the impact of celebrity on contemporary culture. The collection also features images of Britney Spears, Pamela Anderson, Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, Mohammed Ali, the Rolling Stones and Kurt Cobain. Kaufman is best known as the former assistant to Andy Warhol. His first solo exhibition will be shown at The Deluxe Gallery in East London from November 20 to 26. (source: Ananova)

18 November - More MATM chart news
Irish fan Karl informed us that Me Against The Music is no. 1 in the Ireland Top 40 Singles. In Italy it hit no. 2 in the singles chart, while it debuted at no. 26 in the Belgian Ultratop. (earlier chart news)

18 November - Madonna dances with fairies: more on LP video
Despite residing in the U.K., Madonna's not ready to bail on her American Life just yet. 'Remixed and Revisited', a seven-song EP due November 25, features four reworked songs from her latest album. They include the live medley of Like A Virgin and Hollywood she performed with Christina Aguilera and Britney Spears at this year's MTV Video Music Awards, the fleshed-out ditty that serves as the music for her Gap commercial, and one previously unreleased song, Your Honesty. "It's just a way to keep my record going, to keep it alive," she said. "And also because we did so many great remixes of all the songs on my album, I want people to be able to hear them. And I had a few oldies but goodies that people hadn't heard before, and I wanted to stick those on."
Although Jason Nevins' remix of Nothing Fails has been chosen as the EP's first radio single, a video for the Headcleanr rock mix of Love Profusion, another American Life track, was shot earlier this month by director Luc Besson, who also helmed the Estée Lauder TV spots that feature the song. Although the queen of pop sings and dances throughout the clip, it won't look like any concert her fans have ever been to. "There are a lot of special effects," Madonna said of the clip. "It's just one long performance video. I talked to things that weren't there — which is what you do when you're doing green-screen or blue-screen stuff. There's going to be a lot of fairies dancing around me. "Isn't that exciting?" she added, laughing. "I always have a lot of fairies dancing around me."
Your Honesty, co-written and co-produced by Dallas Austin, was recorded during the sessions that spawned 1994's Bedtime Stories but was left off the album because Madonna already had an overabundance of songs. Although it was all but forgotten about until her manager yanked it from the vaults, she said it was still one of her favorites.
This was a busy year for Madonna, who dropped two records, collaborated with Britney Spears, filmed a Gap ad and penned a line of children's books, which she considers the highlight. And 2004 promises to keep her equally occupied. Her Maverick Films will produce the film "She Rocks," starring Amanda Peet as a music journalist who changes a rock star's life with her story, and Madonna hopes her most successful book, "The English Roses," will become an animated feature, in which she'll lend her voice to the fairy godmother character. Three more children's books are also on the way, the first of which will be "Yakov and the Seven Thieves." "Never in a million years [did I think] it would be as successful as it is," she said of "The English Roses," "and I feel incredibly blessed. I hope it continues." (source: MTV)

18 November - Cover of Nothing Fails maxi
Cover of Nothing Fails maxi Warner has finally revealed the cover artwork of the Nothing Fails maxi. Two days ago, they also announced that Love profusion is no longer featured on this maxi (click here for the tracklisting). Pre-order the single on Amazon.

18 November - Madonna fights Warner over label
Madonna's 20-year relationship with Warner Music is showing signs of strain over the future of her label, Maverick Records, and the value of stock options she received, a report said Monday. Maverick, whose stars include Alanis Morissette, Deftones and teen sensation Michelle Branch, has become one of the most successful artist-owned labels since the pop diva formed it 11 years ago as a joint venture with Warner Music, part of Time Warner Inc. But the New York Times said the entertainer now is in negotiations over whether Warner Music will continue to finance the label after the current partnership agreement expires at the end of 2004. Also on the negotiating table is a stock option deal Madonna received as part of her contract back in 1999. The options were valued at $20 million to $25 million, but since Time Warner's merger with America Online, the stock has plummeted. Executives at Warner Music, however, told the paper that the stock options were never a guarantee. But the star, who has made billions on her album sales for Warner, is expected to seek repayment for much of the initially estimated $20 million.
"Madonna is one of the most important artists in the world from both a creative and a commercial standpoint and has been for the past two decades. I hope she spends the rest of her career with Warner," Roger Ames, chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group, said in a statement. The survival and relative success of her label is a matter of personal pride, people who work closely with Madonna told the paper. It also provides a base of operations for Madonna's close friend and business partner Guy Oseary, the people said. Despite slumping sales of her latest albums, compared with her biggest successes back in the 1980s and 1990s, the pop icon always finds new ways to capture the media spotlight.
The diva may have been famous for her provocative lyrics and trash-talking image in the past, but the 45-year-old mother of two has recently released two children's books. Madonna's first book, "The English Roses," published Sept. 15, became a best seller in the U.S., and her second children's book, "Mr. Peabody's Apples," was just published about a week ago. "Yakov and the Seven Thieves," the third of five children's books planned by the singer-turned-actor-turned-Gap-spokeswoman-turned-author, will be released in April 2004.
Warner Music said it has no comment on the article. (source: CNN Money)

18 November - Aguilera complaints about screening of her kiss
More on the kiss that just keeps getting more mileage than that Klimt poster in a freshman dorm: In an interview in Blender magazine, Christina Aguilera, 22, accuses pop rival Britney Spears of kissing Madonna at the MTV awards because she isn't a "proper" artist and needed a gimmick to keep fans interested. "These people aren't artists, they're just performers - fake and superficial, like the entire event," she fumes. For the record, Aguilera also kissed Madonna. But no doubt her reasons were purely artistic. Aguilera attacks MTV for its coverage of her smooch, moaning, "I'm very disappointed. Just look at the way they handled the kiss I had with Madonna. They didn't even screen my kiss properly - they cut away instead for a Justin Timberlake reaction shot. How predictable and how pathetic." We could say the same thing. (source: AZ Central)

17 November - MATM in the charts
Like the midweeks sales had predicted, Busted's 'Crashed The Wedding' tops this weeks UK chart, leaving Me Against The Music at no. 2. This means Madonna scored her third UK no. 2 this year, after American Life and Hollywood. That makes a total of 10 no. 1's and 12 no. 2's in the UK. Me Against The Music entered the UK dance chart at no. 3. In Australia, the single is a no. 1 hit, topping both the single chart and the dance chart. In the US, it dropped from no. 38 to no. 44 in the Hot 100, while rising to no. 26 in the Dance chart. It's Madonna's second entry in the Hot Dance / Club Play: the Nobody Knows Me remixes rise from no. 17 to no. 12.

17 November - Madonna wins AMA
Madonna has received an award for 'Michael Jackson International Artist' at this year's American Music Awards. It's the second time in a row that she received this award. She didn't attend the award ceremony.

16 November - Warner changes tracklisting of US maxi
Madonna's new Nothing Fails CD Maxi will be released on December 9th. Pre-order Nothing Fails through
Nothing Fails Commercial CD MAXI Lineup:
1) NOTHING FAILS Peter Rauhofer's Classic House Mix 8:24
2) NOTHING FAILS Nevins Big Room Rock Mix 6:44
3) NOTHING FAILS Tracy Young's Underground MIx 7:28
4) NOTHING FAILS Nevins Global Dub 7:45
5) NOTHING FAILS Jackie's In Love In The Club 7:28
6) NOBODY KNOWS ME Peter Rauhofer's Private Life Part 1 8:07
7) NOBODY KNOWS ME Above & Beyond 12" MIx 8:46
8) NOBODY KNOWS ME Mount Sims Italo Kiss MIx 5:26
~ Seems the Love Profusion mixes have been taken off, and two Nothing Fails mixes have been added. Pretty weird if Love Profusion is part of the double A-side. This probably means the Love Profusion mixes will be released separately.

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