On June 15 1991, Madonna’s Holiday was re-released in the UK to promote both The Immaculate Collection and the limited edition EP, The Holiday Collection.
This was the third release for Holiday in the UK:
- January 1984 (reached #6)
- August 1985 (reached #2, while #1 was Madonna’s own Into The Groove)
- June 15 1991 (reached #5)
If Madonna were to release another greatest hits album and decided to re-release a classic hit, which song would you choose?
On January 24 2017, Rhino re-released Madonna’s The Immaculate Collection (her first greatest hits collection) on double vinyl in the USA and Canada as part of their Start Your Ear Off Right campaign. The collection was released on blue/white and gold vinyl and limited to 6,500 copies.
The re-release included the following (same track listing as the original release):
- Lucky Star
- Like A Virgin
- Material Girl
- Crazy For You
- Into The Groove
- Live To Tell
- Papa Don’t Preach
- Open Your Heart
- La Isla Bonita
- Like A Prayer
- Express Yourself
- Justify My Love
- Rescue Me
On September 2 1991, Madonna had three releases on the Canadian Top 10 Long Form Music Videos chart: Justify My Love (#1), Immaculate Collection (#2) and Ciao Italia (#8).
On August 25 2015, Madonna’s The Immaculate Collection re-entered the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart at #187 (143 weeks on the chart). The greatest hits collection also re-entered the Top Pop Catalog at #38 (427 weeks on the chart).
On June 8 1999, Madonna’s Immaculate Collection video collection was released on DVD.
On May 24 1991, Madonna’s Rescue Me single was certified Gold by the RIAA for shipment of over 500,000 units in the U.S.