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Madonna’s meteoric rise began in the New York club scene and she has perpetually kept her finger on the pulse of dance and club culture across five decades. She has continued to collaborate with the most cutting-edge artists and DJs to reimagine her groundbreaking hits. As a result, Madonna has now achieved more remix albums on the Billboard 200 than any other artist. Finally Enough Love is also the highest charting remix album in over a decade. Madonna video too hot for NBC". Tampa Bay Times. October 4, 1992. Archived from the original on April 2, 2015 . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
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a b "France: Around the French Companies" (PDF). Billboard. Vol.105, no.21. May 22, 1993. p.F-4. Archived (PDF) from the original on January 21, 2021 . Retrieved January 30, 2021. UK Charts– End Of Year Charts– Top 100 Albums 1992" (PDF). Official Charts Company . Retrieved May 13, 2012. Madonna will also release a new remix of her global dance smash Hung Up featuring Tokischa next Friday, September 16. The collaboration was premiered with a live performance by the duo at Madonna’s Pride event at Terminal 5 in New York in June celebrating her career-spanning remix collection Finally Enough Love: 50 Number Ones.
Anthony Shimkin has been officially added by ASCAP as a co-writer to "Erotica", "Bye Bye Baby", "Bad Girl", "Thief of Hearts", "Words", and "Why's It So Hard". Inlay notes to the album do not include this. Shimkin was only allowed to add his credit to one composition on the album; he originally chose "Deeper and Deeper". WB Music Corp./Bleu Disque Music Co., Inc./Webo Girl Publishing Inc. adm. by WB Music Corp./Shepsongs adm. by MCA Music Publishing Inc. ASCAP Fever" contains lyrics written and rearranged by singer Peggy Lee who remains uncredited for her contribution. 
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