Madonna ‎– Vogue

Sire ‎– 0-21513, Sire ‎– 9 21513-0
Vinyl, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Maxi-Single

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Original versions available on the Sire/Warner Bros. album I'M BREATHLESS. Available on LP, cassette and compact disc (1/4/2-26209).

Catalog number 0-21513 appears on labels and runouts, whereas 9 21513-0 appears on spine

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scan): 075992151306
  • Barcode (Text): 0 7599-21513-0 6
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out A-side [etched]): 0-21513-A-REI-SR1-DMM STERLING-1 SP1-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out B-side [etched]): 0-21513 B-REI-DMM-SR1 STERLING-1 SP1-4
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Run-out A-side [etched]): 0-21513-A-REI-SR1-DMM STERLING-1 SP1-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1 Run-out B-side [etched]): 0-21513 B-REI-DMM-SR1 STERLING-1 SP1-1

Other Versions (5 of 77) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
5439-19851-7, W 9851 Madonna Vogue(7", Single) Sire, Warner Bros. Records 5439-19851-7, W 9851 France 1990 Sell This Version
1.264 Madonna Vogue(7", Promo) Warner Bros. Records, WEA 1.264 Spain 1990 Sell This Version
W 9851, W9851, 543-919851-7 Madonna Vogue(7", Single, Sil) Sire, Sire, Sire W 9851, W9851, 543-919851-7 UK 1990 Sell This Version
9-19863-4, 4-19863 Madonna Vogue(Cass, Single) Sire, Sire 9-19863-4, 4-19863 US 1990 Sell This Version
W9851TP Madonna Vogue(12", Single, Pic, TP) Sire W9851TP UK 1990 Sell This Version


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July 10, 2017
I have delayed my further investigation from what I believe to be a very rare U.S. "Vogue" release. The A-side is the regular catalog # 7-19863, 4:19 Single Version pressing, but the B-side is the Back to Back Hits pressing of "Papa Don't Preach," catalog # 7-21986 and not the Bette Davis Dub 7:24 version. I'm going to see if will allow me to post a short video clip of me showing both sides for verification. I'm wondering in anyone else has a copy of this or knows someone I can contact to see just how rare this pressing truly is.


October 4, 2016
I have been playing the Bette Davis Dub out, cold from the beginning for 26 years now. Say no more. Shep's bassline is montrous on a half decent system. A+++ and then some.


June 30, 2015
edited over 3 years ago

With a worldwide rollout of a new dance called the "the Vogue," we can enjoy "taking a pose" and moving with every beat… Check out the great video, too! When you feel like a rogue, do the "Vogue!"


April 15, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
Madonna's greatest, one of my first musical memories and definitely one of my all time faves.

"Vogue" was Madonna's take on the 'vogueing' craze, in particular, at New York City's Soundfactory where Madonna's estranged friend Junior Vasquez held reign every Saturday from midnight untill at least midday Sunday from 1989 till 1995.

Produced by Shep Pettibone, "Vogue" has a distinct Def-Mix vibe to it with it's David Morales-esque drum programming, Knuckles/ Kupper/ Tomiie style pianos & keys and dubby stabs reminiscent of early 90s Danny Tenaglia.

"Vogue" has been surrounded by controversy of late due to sampling of strings/ horns and vocals from Salsoul Orchestra's "Love Break" (ironically, which Shep Pettibone remixed in 1983) and sampling the baseline from MFSB's "Love Is The Message".

The 12" Mix is great and so are the two dubs but in my opinion, with it's eerie opening chords, the Album Mix is just THE perfect classy NYC house-pop record. Pops finest hour.

Ladies with an attitude
Fellows that were in the mood
Don't just stand there, let's get to it
Strike a pose, there's nothing to it!

September 22, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
Madonna's career has been littered with many hit-and-miss affairs, but when she hit the bullseye, man, did she rock. 'Vogue' is considered by many to be her greatest ever single moment (dance-oriented or otherwise) and if one were inclined, one could even go as far to call it a House classic, despite its obvious commercial trappings (and success). Very much of its time, it even stood up well amongst the underground House of the same period, and some 15 years later, has aged quite well. Major credit goes to producer Shep Pettibone, who injected Madonna's original premise of a dance track with lyrics in tribute to the Hollywood stars of old with an authentic Chicago sound (c.1990). God knows she's since made many attempts to capture the magic of it, Madonna is hard-pressed to ever equal the magic and style that is 'Vogue'.


April 5, 2005
edited over 13 years ago
This is an essential record for all DJs! Madonna's vocals, the beats, the piano hook and the fun lyrics make this an instant classic. This is one of Madonna's well-loved dance tracks. If you see this on the shelves at a vinyl shop, swoop it up immediately. The 12" Mix is perfect for the dancefloors, and the dubs are perfect too. Those would make for some interesting mixing. Get two copies, just in case.