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I'm Breathless is the soundtrack album created for the 1990 film Dick Tracy. It was released through Sire Records on May 22, 1990.

The album was co-produced and recorded by Madonna, who also co-starred in the film. It features the hits "Vogue" and "Hanky Panky". Actually, only three of the songs from the album — "Sooner Or Later", "More", and "What Can You Lose" — were ever really used in the film, with "Now I'm Following You" re-recorded by a different artist.note  Also, "Vogue" was originally intended to be a B-side to Madonna's "Keep It Together" single from Like a Prayer, but executives thought that it was too good a song to be wasted as a B-side and instead released it as a single prior to the album's release.

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I'm Breathless would sell seven million copies worldwide, being certified Double-Platinum by the RIAA. "Vogue" would reach #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 (her eighth) and the UK pop chart (her seventh).

Track listing

  1. "He's The Man"
  2. "Sooner Or Later"
  3. "Hanky Panky"
  4. "I'm Going Bananas"
  5. "Cry Baby"
  6. "Something To Remember"
  7. "Back In Business"
  8. "More"
  9. "What Can You Lose"
  10. "Now I'm Following You (Part 1)"
  11. "Now I'm Following You (Part 2)"
  12. "Vogue"

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