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  • Audio CD (June 6, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • ASIN: B000FGG5OE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (52 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #154,505 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Album Version
2. Jacques Lu Cont Mix
3. Danny Howells & Dick Trevor KinkyFunk Mix
4. Tiefschwarz Remix
5. James Holden Remix
6. I Love New York (Thin White Duke Mix)

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North American only version of her third single lifted from 'Confessions on a Dance Floor' features six remixes of the title track; Album version, Jacques Lu Cont Mix, Danny Howell's Dick Trevor Kinky Funk Mix, Tiefschwarz remix, James Holden Remix and Thin White Duke Mix. Warner. 2006.

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The other mixes don't use the full range of vocals and are a bit underwhelming.
Antoine D. Reid
Get Together, a dramatic choice as third single, made a hugh beat up tone and one of the best songs on the album but not as good as Hung Up or Jump.
Brian
I'm SORRY, and very HUNG UP on this feeling, just hoping that Madonna's crew GET TOGETHER and think it over!
Fabrício Hadad

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Dogville on June 14, 2006
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Madonna's 3rd single off Confessions, Get Togther is an apt follow-up to Sorry. Reminiscent of Stardust's Music Sounds Better With You in production, the track is progressive electronic with a pumping bassline.

However, as with the recent Madonna remixes, the maxi-single is severely dismal. Stuart Price's production may be commanding on Confessions but his remixes of the three Madonna singles have been lacklustre so far compared to his stellar work for Goldfrapp, The Killers and Coldplay. The Danny Howells and Dick Trevor Kinky Fun Mix is really neither kinky nor orgamsic at all, relying on repetitive beats to produce a generic dancefloor club mix. Then come the slightly more interesting mixes from revered remixers Tiefschwarz and James Holden. However, the two remixes are a complete departure from the original tune. Tiefschwarz manages to infuse more futurism into the song, giving it a slight Kraftwerk edge. James Holden's remix held great promise at the beginning but gets tiresome after a whole 8 minutes of repeated electronic blooping (read: irritating).The I Love New York remix by Stuart Price finally recovers some lost ground with a rather rocked-up version of the original.

And the original cover of the maxi-single is hideous if you do come to see it. The video has just premiered but it's just Madonna performing the song live superimposed against a futuristic animated background.

If Warner Brothers (and Madonna) know what they are doing to the recent Madonna releases and promotional blitz, they'd have some inkling that they are doing everything wrong or not doing anything well at all. Such a wasted opprotunity for an excellent track.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dale E. Hopkins, II on June 6, 2006
Format: Audio CD
TRACKLIST:
1. GET TOGETHER (Album Version) 5.15
2. GET TOGETHER (Jacques Lu Cont Mix) 6.18
3. GET TOGETHER (Danny Howells & Dick Trevor KinkyFunk Mix) 9.13
4. GET TOGETHER (Tiefschwarz Remix) 7.34
5. GET TOGETHER (James Holden Remix) 8.00
6. I LOVE NEW YORK (Thin White Duke Mix) 7.43

The problem with most club mixes these days is that they rip the melody out of each piece of music and you need to be on some mind altering substance to "appreciate" them. Most of the mixes retain the original melodic structure of the song while expanding the arrangements. The biggest sonic departure is the Jacques lu Cont mix. It starts with a very crunchy and jangly guitar line and builds from there. It will remind those familiar with the full album of "I Love New York". In all honesty, I don't really consider the last two mixes to be mixes at all. They sound like completely different songs and there's very little of Madonna in them. I don't really understand why the record companies allow remixers to sorta forget that the song is about the artist.

The version of "I Love New York" isn't too different from the album mix. It just pumps up the dance aspect of the song a couple notches and adds some filters and sweeps to the general mix. Very nicely done.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Rudy Palma on July 24, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I am a reasonably big fan of Madonna. I bought 'Confessions' the day it dropped in November and went twice to see her on the tour in New York City, both of which were such amazing, absolutely incredible nights that I am absolutely thrilled she is in talks for an NBC special to bring the show to network television this fall.

Nevertheless, I cannot honestly recommend this CD single at all.

Don't get me wrong, the 'Confessions' album is an awesome spectacle from start-to-finish, and the remixes for "Hung Up" and "Sorry" are just awesome. The Bill Hamel and Pet Shop Boys remixes of the former and Paul Oakenfold's remix of the latter are so awesome that they equal or even arguably surpass the fun of the originals.

Thus it is all the more dissapointing that the remixes of "Get Together" are as terrible as they are. Even the "Jacques Lu Cont Mix," which is named for the French alter ego of producer Stuart Bryce, who actually produced the original 'Confessions' album, is nothing special, despite its rhythmic, quirky guitar work which sounds promising at first. Quickly something sounds wrong; this sounds like the kind of frothy, slightly above mid-tempo music that one can usually hear played in swanky, high-brow cocktail bars. That's right - lounge music.

"Danny Howells & Dick Trevor KinkyFunk Mix" starts out to be more promising but quickly grows boring due to its meandering, lingering pace and only sparing use of vocals/lyrics. In fact, none of the remixes on the CD use Madonna's vocals enough at all. The remixes of "Hung Up" and "Sorry," however, did, and that was an important part of why they were so good.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Simon on July 2, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought at least 40 of her cd-singles over the years, but she's starting to lose me. Get Together is my favorite song on COADF and I was really looking forward to this release, but she seems to be losing her touch at picking up her remixers. The remixes proposed here are not doing any justice to the wonderful song that is GT. Extended versions, or less experimental club remixes, would have done the job perfectly. Unfortunately, she seems to have a taste for lazy egocentric djs on drugs... who incorporate some of her lyrics to their usual boring, undanceable stuff, and call this a remix.

Thank God, there ARE better remixes of GT to be downloaded out there (still, when unofficial white label remixes are better than the commercial releases, there's a problem...) The JLC remix (track 2), with its repetitive guitar strings, is irritating and unfit. The Tiefshwarz take (track 4) is a pathetic excuse for a remix; the bassline is listenable, but don't expect any melodic structure. The James Holden remix (5) is a joke, a really bad one.

The Danny Howell remix (track 3) is the only decent remix, but still. Nothing compared to the killer club anthems she delivered in recent years (for Don't Tell Me, Music, Hollywood, etc.) The Sorry single was way better than this, with at least three powerful remixes that gave the song a fairly refreshing spin.

Even the GT video is aweful, the worst of her career (footage of her singing live with meaningless animated graphics...). We're entitled to expect more from Madonna because we KNOW she can do way better than this. Maybe next time.
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Im sure you havent been to her concert,right? So how the hell can you judge by a picture you have seen? She has a tale to tell. Just go to her concert and get her message you Idiot.
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I think that something should be done about airplay of Madonna's songs...
what the hell are you talking about? did you read anything in any previous post? everyone here said Madonna should get more airplay, and they're right, and you blow up and talk about Iraq and spell stuff wrong.
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Anywhere we can hear samples of these remixes?
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nope, these are all a dj editions, there un edited
Jun 4, 2006 by Music freak |  See all 2 posts
Is Stuart Price going to be involved in Madonna next album?
I think it's good that he's blowing up in popularity. He deserves it after doing such a great job on Madonna's album. It would be nice to see him produce on maybe just one more Madonna album. Madonna worked with Mirwais on two albums. My best guess is that she wont toss him to the side just yeat.... Read More
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