|1||Ray Of Light (Wm Orbit Liquid Mix)|
Producer – Madonna, William OrbitRemix – William Orbit
|2||Ray Of Light (Album Version)|
Engineer – Pat McCarthyProducer – Madonna, William Orbit
|3||Ray Of Light (Sasha Ultra Violet Mix)|
Remix, Engineer – Sasha
|4||Ray Of Light (Calderone Club Mix)|
Engineer – Dave SaronsonEngineer [Assistant] – John GalloKeyboards – Mac QuayleMixed By – Mac Quayle, Victor CalderoneRemix, Producer [Additional] – Victor Calderone
|CD 44523||Madonna||Ray Of Light (CD, Maxi)||Maverick, Warner Bros. Records||CD 44523||Canada||1998|
|PCS-295||Madonna||Ray Of Light (CDr, Single, Promo)||WEA Records, Warner Bros. Records, Maverick||PCS-295||Japan||1998|
|none||Madonna||Ray Of Light (JDS Remix) (Acetate, 12", S/Sided)||Not On Label||none||UK||2002|
|W0444T, 9362-44522-0||Madonna||Ray Of Light (12")||Maverick, Warner Bros. Records||W0444T, 9362-44522-0||Germany||1998|
|9362445212||Madonna||Ray Of Light (CD, Maxi)||Warner Bros. Records, Maverick||9362445212||Australia||1998|
Released with gatefold insert featuring lyrics in both English and in Japanese and includes obi.
'William Orbit Liquid Mix' is shown as 'Wm Orbit Liquid Mix' in the insert, on the CD disc and on the reverse of the jewel case. It is only shown as 'William Orbit Liquid Mix' in Japanese writing in the insert and on the obi.
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