Madonna Releases ‘Rebel Heart Tour’ DVD Today

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Madonna today released her long-awaited Rebel Heart Tour concert film on a variety of formats. The tour was recorded around the world and features both live and behind the scenes material, as well as previously unreleased footage.

The DVD is nearly two hours long and features Madonna’s most recent hits from the Rebel Heart album, and some of the biggest classics of her career including reinterpretations of old favorites, which were unique to the tour. Bonus features are ‘Like A Prayer’ and ‘An Excerpt From Tears Of A Clown’ – footage of Madonna’s one-off Melbourne theatre show.

The footage is being released on DVD and Blu-ray as well as a 22-track double CD, which is also available.

Audio Tracks
CD1 Tracklisting
01. Rebel Heart Tour Intro
02. Iconic
03. Bitch I’m Madonna
04. Burning Up
05. Holy Water / Vogue
06. Devil Pray
07. Body Shop
08. True Blue
09. Deeper and Deeper
10. HeartBreakCity
11. Like A Virgin
CD2 Tracklisting
01. Living For Love
02. La Isla Bonita
03. Dress You Up / Into The Groove
04. Rebel Heart
05. Music
06. Candy Shop
07. Material Girl
08. La Vie En Rose
09. Unapologetic Bitch
10. Holiday
11. BONUS TRACK: Like A Prayer

Digital Video
Digital Tracklisting
01. Rebel Heart Tour Intro
02. Iconic
03. Bitch I’m Madonna
04. Burning Up
05. Holy Water / Vogue
06. Devil Pray
07. Messiah (Video Interlude)
08. Body Shop
09. True Blue
10. Deeper and Deeper
11. HeartBreakCity
12. Like A Virgin
13. S.E.X. (Video Interlude)
14. Living For Love
15. La Isla Bonita
16. Dress You Up / Into The Groove
17. Rebel Heart
18. Illuminati (Video Interlude)
19. Music
20. Candy Shop
21. Material Girl
22. La Vie En Rose
23. Unapologetic Bitch
24. Holiday

iTunes Only Extras
01. An Excerpt from “Tears Of A Clown”
02. Like A Prayer

An avid drummer whose discography includes albums on Digital Nations (a Steve Vai imprint), music critic Louis Raphael has always kept a pulse on the San Francisco music scene. After many years as the San Francisco Music Examiner for Examiner.com and AXS.com, he decided to start Music in SF® as a way to showcase what the San Francisco music scene really has to offer.

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