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09-Dec-2019 09:11

Hence, "Get Together" was finally chosen as the third single.

The cover artwork for the single features Madonna and her Confessions Tour crew members, including the song's producer Stuart Price.

Images of volcanoes erupting, dinosaurs and tidal waves flash by to show Madonna and her two backup dancers singing the song while standing on a hill.

As the song moves towards the bridge again, the scene changes from the mountains to a cityscape.

Madonna wore a skin-tight, full body black leotard.

She opened her hat from the previous performance of "Future Lovers", as the background changed from the video of the horses to a red, geometric patterned kaleidoscope shot by Steven Klein.

During the intermediate musical interlude, Madonna moved to the front of the stage and lay down on the screen attached to it.

As she continued singing the music increased and she started to twirl in the center of the stage.

Produced by Madonna and Stuart Price, the song was released as the third single from the album by Warner Bros. The decision was spurred by the fact that "Get Together" was the third most downloaded song from the album.

After its worldwide release, the song became a success on the dance charts of the United States but failed to enter the official Billboard Hot 100 chart, only peaked at six on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.

It reached the top ten in countries like Canada, the United Kingdom and Italy and topped the chart in Spain.

Contemporary critics appreciated the song, calling it fluid in nature and a wonderful dance track.

They complimented Madonna's ability to turn cliché comments into pop slogans with the song.

Produced by Madonna and Stuart Price, the song was released as the third single from the album by Warner Bros. The decision was spurred by the fact that "Get Together" was the third most downloaded song from the album.

After its worldwide release, the song became a success on the dance charts of the United States but failed to enter the official Billboard Hot 100 chart, only peaked at six on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.

It reached the top ten in countries like Canada, the United Kingdom and Italy and topped the chart in Spain.

Contemporary critics appreciated the song, calling it fluid in nature and a wonderful dance track.

They complimented Madonna's ability to turn cliché comments into pop slogans with the song.

The accompanying music video incorporated Madonna's performance of the song at London's Koko Club, but it was animated to make it different visually.