On February 5 2010, Madonna’s Revolver (the second single from Celebration) was released on 12″ vinyl in Europe.
The vinyl release included the following mixes of Revolver:
- Madonna vs. David Guetta One Love Club Remix
- Paul van Dyk Remix
- Tracy Young’s Shoot To Kill Remix
- Paul van Dyk Dub
- Madonna vs. David Guetta One Love Remix featuring Lil Wayne
And the following bonus remixes of Celebration:
- Celebration featuring Akon
- Felguk Love Remix
On December 17 2019, Cyndi Lauper posted this message on Facebook about Tracy Young’s Grammy nomination for her remix of Madonna’s I Rise:
I’m so excited to hear that Tracy Young has been nominated for a Grammy! This is a BIG deal. Not only did she do a killer remix of “Shine” for me in 2002, but she has been breaking ground for women for years. I can’t wait to vote for her and I urge all Recording Academy / GRAMMYs voting members to join me.
Tracy’s nomination is for her remix of Madonna’s I Rise – a great song with a really powerful message. One of my faves off the Madame X album. Tracy’s nomination marks the FIRST time a female Producer/Remixer has EVER been nominated in the Best Remixed Recording category since its inception in 1998, despite Tracy being eligible in previous years. Tracy has had over 60 #1 Billboard Club Chart Hits. She also worked with Michelle Obama on her This is for my Girls song. Tracy is a true pioneer and I hope this inspires future generations of female Producers/Remixers. We NEED more of ya! #SheIsTheMusic
On December 9 2003, Madonna’s Nothing Fails CD maxi-single (featuring remixes of Nobody Knows Me) was released in the USA.
The CD included the following remixes:
- Nothing Fails (Peter Rauhofer’s Classic House Mix)
- Nothing Fails (Nevins Big Room Rock Mix)
- Nothing Fails (Tracy Young’s Underground Mix)
- Nothing Fails (Nevins Global Dub)
- Nothing Fails (Jackie’s In Love in the Club Mix)
- Nobody Knows Me (Peter Rauhofer’s Private Life Part 1)
- Nobody Knows Me (Above & Beyond 12″ Mix)
- Nobody Knows Me (Mount Sims Italo Kiss Mix)
Were CD single designers on strike when this was released? What happened to cool designs for singles? Lame lame lame ..
On November 29 2019, Madonna’s I Rise from Madame X was released as a limited edition 12″ single as part of Black Friday Record Store Day.
The remixes included:
- Tracy Young Pride Extended Remix
- Kue Drops the Funk Remix
- Daybreakers Remix
- Thomas Gold Remix
- DJLW Remix
- Offer Nissim Remix
The IGA/UMB label release was limited to 4,000 copies, but some countries reported delays in receiving the I Rise 12″ vinyl release.
On August 9 2005, DJ Tracy Young released DANCECULTURE thorugh Ferosh Records. Young’s seventh CD release included exclusive remixes of Madonna’s Easy Ride (from American Life), Chaka Khan’s I Believe and Cyndi Lauper’s Walk On By.
The track listing for DANCECULTURE:
- Let The Rhythm – Cytric featuring Kieran
- I Believe – Chaka Khan (Tracy Young & Gomi’s Spiritual Dub)
- The Beats And The Drums – David Lara (D-Formation BF’s Remix)
- Easy Ride – Madonna (Tracy Young & Giangi Cappai’s Easy Remix)
- The Bass Drive – Roman Lieske
- Alone – Offer Nissim featuring Maya
- You Used To Hold Me – Ralphi Rosario featuring Xaviera Gold (Giangi Cappai Vocal Mix)
- New Love (Violets) – FC Nond
- Te Quiero – William Umana (The Message Mix)
- Home – Suzanne Palmer (Offer Nissim Mix Part I)
- The World Is A Stage – Terry Barber (Tracy Young’s Operatic Remix)
- Shelter Me – Stryke (Stryke’s Drum Loop)
- Walk On By – Cyndi Lauper (Tracy Young’s Losing You Remix)
When asked who has been her favourite artist to remix, Tracy responded:
Obviously Madonna. I owe a lot to her for supporting my career for so long, and playing such an important part of my life and career. I just remixed Cher’s I Walk Alone. Pink wrote that song. I also remixed Kylie Minogue Into the Blue. Madonna will always be my No. 1, but working with Cher and Kyle was a highlight.
On December 29 2001, megamixes issued to promote Madonna’s second greatest hits collection, GHV2, made their debut on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart in the U.S. at #29.
Several promo-only singles were issued by Maverick/Warner featuring megamixes by Thunderpuss, Tracy Young and Johnny Rocks with Mac Quayle and charted collectively under the title Madonna Megamix.
An additional marketing push to club DJ’s came in the form of GHV2 Remixed: The Best of 1991-2001 – a promo-only companion collection issued on CD and vinyl that compiled full-length remixed versions of songs featured on GHV2.