Monday, November 9, 2015

I'll Remember...1991

 The Royal Box
The Immaculate CollectionMadonna's the first greatest hits album, was released on November 9, 1990. It contains new remixes of fifteen of her hit singles from 1983 to 1990, as well as two new tracks, "Justify My Love" and "Rescue Me". The title of the album is a loose pun of the Immaculate Conception, the conception of the Virgin Mary without any stain of the original sin. This name follows Madonna's religious-themed songs and videos, as well as the second section of her Blond Ambition World Tour, which also employed religious motifs. An extended play titled The Holiday Collection was issued in Europe to accompany the compilation and the re-release of the single "Holiday". It is the first album ever to use an audio technology called QSound.
The Royal Box (Original 1990 UK limited edition deluxe box set including 'The Immaculate Collection' 17-track CD album in a satin digipak picture sleeve, a 13-track/30-minute PAL video presented in a sealed picture slipcase, a 36" x 24" colour poster and 5 different picture postcards with a title belly band - all housed in a fabulous 12" x 12" x 1½" outer glossy card picture box.

It contained tracks omitted from this album: "Everybody", "Burning Up", "Dress You Up", "Angel", "True Blue", "Who's That Girl",  "Causing a Commotion"and "Keep it Together".