Several disparate elements combined to make Madonna's "Into the Groove" a song that would receive more air play than almost any other unreleased single in pop music history. Her charismatic performance in the 1985 film Desperately Seeking Susan vaulted what was a supporting role into show-stealing prominence. The rising popularity of MTV helped promote the song, which was the only one by Madonna on the film's soundtrack, with a video that amounted to little more than highlights from the film set to music. After earning considerable buzz, the song was finally released at a B-side to "Angel," which helped propel that song to the Top Five in the summer of 1985. That single was the continuation of several lives that the song would live, appearing as a bonus track on European versions of "Like a Virgin" and being released as a dance single (in an extended mix) her 1987 remix album You Can Dance. Like her other songs of the time, "Into the Groove" was an infectious, fluffy dance-pop confection that drew legions of fans, as well as considerable backlash from those supposedly too sophisticated to be able to enjoy her music. In 1988, New York art punks Sonic Youth recorded a version of "Into the Groove" titled "Into the Groove(y)," which was featured on a Madonna "tribute" album entitled The Whitey Album -- a work that seemed to be half parody and half guilty-pleasure fandom.