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Published on Aug 6, 2008
"Keep It Together" was the sixth and final single by Madonna from her 4th studio album Like a Prayer and was released on January 30, 1990 by Sire Records. It was released only in the US, Japan and was released as a AA-side with "Vogue" in Australia. This was the last collaboration with frequent writing partner Stephen Bray that Madonna released as a single. Keep It Together was also the first Madonna single of the 1990's, the second decade of her solo career. In Australia, Keep It Together was released as a AA-side with Vogue, resulting in a number 1 hit. In the ARIA End-of-Year chart, Vogue/Keep It Together reached the Number 3 position. In the U.S., it was Madonna's last 7" vinyl single issued with a picture sleeve. All her future 45s came in plain white die-cut sleeves. The picture sleeve release of "Keep It Together" was extremely limited and is a major rarity. No videoclip was ever produced for "Keep It Together". However, some music channels used footage from the song's performance in the Blond Ambition Tour, which referenced A Clockwork Orange in its staging and featured an introductory verse from "Family Affair," by Sly & the Family Stone.
MTV aired a Blond Ambition performance from the Houston concert that was repeated as a video for the song.