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UK magazine Attitude spoke to DJ Paul Oakenfold about his tracks he worked with Madonna on for the Greatest Hits album:

Paul said Madonna was highly professional, he learned a lot and that the new tracks are 'lyrically classic Madonna with an edgy modern sound'.
He told us the tracks were sitting right there next to him and he told us what they are called. He didn’t know which ones would be the Greatest Hits CD and didn’t know when it would be out.

The song titles are:
I’m Sorry

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i'm so excited about this!!!!!!! can't wait for the new cd and pleaseeeee madonna make a great video por the song you will use to promote the album!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


tick tock tick much longer to hear some new Madonna??'s killing me.


revolver, if it's real, wasn't produced by Oakenfold... which is why it's not on this list.


Great News Thanxxxxx!


Shouldnt her song revolver be one of her songs?? its a new demo song she made i guess


Actually, I heard from another source that the two new songs are "Broken" and "Celebrate"...."Broken" has the words "I'm Sorry" in it..."Celebrate" will be mashed up w/ "Holiday" to replace "Heartbeat"....A rock version of "Dress You Up" will be replacing "Borderline"....Plus the new song!!!!


Me too, Me too Julie!!:P


yeah! broken sounds good. but i'm excited about them all! aahh can't wait!!!


...and now, some wit from Paul.


Too excited for words! Can't wait!!


the queen of rock rules long live madonna forever. can't waitto hear the new material


guess "Revolver" was a rumor?


I can't wait!!!


Can't wait to hear these, especially Broken!!

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