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    Madonna. Description: 1 videocassette (50 min.): sound, color ; 1/2 in. Details: VHS format. Contents: Dress you up --Holiday --Into the groove --Everybody --Gambler --Lucky star --Crazy for you --Over and over --Like a virgin --Material girl. Responsibility: Warner Music Video.
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    Jan 15,  · 'The Virgin Tour' VHS was released on 13 November and contains the live concert performance from 25 May , filmed at Cobo Arena, Detroit. Here is Madonna's performance of Into The Groove.
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    Madonna Live: The Virgin Tour is the second video album and the first live release by American singer-songwriter Madonna. It was released by Warner Music Vid.
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    On May 25 , Madonna’s self-titled video collection hit number-one on Billboard’s Top Music Videos chart in the U.S. Released on VHS, Beta and 8″ LaserDisc, the “video ep” included four of her earliest music videos (while it excluded the low-budget and rarely seen video for Everybody, it included a previously unreleased extended version of the Lucky Star video).