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Drumbeat for ‘Music’

Madonna's celebrates new album at former haunt

Warner Bros. Records celebrated the release Tuesday of Madonna’s new album “Music” with a night of disco and drinking at the Catch One club in the less-than-trendy area around Pico Boulevard and Western Avenue.

The club is said to be one of the singer’s former haunts. Among those attending were Macy Gray and George Clinton, Sheryl Crow, David Spade, Ice-T, Kevin Richardson of the Backstreet Boys and Hugh Hefner, who hit the dance floor with three of his Playmate friends. Madonna attended with director Guy Ritchie, the father of her first son.

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