2009 remix albums

Posted Jan 11, 2012
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  1. No Culpes A La Noche

    No Culpes A La Noche


    No Culpes a La Noche - The Club Remixes is a remix album from Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The album made its debut on number 16 to later climb up to number 3 in the Top 100 Mexican Charts. Luis Miguel's latest work has been certified gold and platinum for shipments of over 120,000 copies. On States side, the album charted for a week at #180 on the Billboard 200 and peaked at number 4 in the Billboard Latin Albums Charts.

  2. Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix

    Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix (2009)


    Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix is the fourth studio album by French indie rock band Phoenix. It was released on 25 May 2009 by V2 Records. While the band's previous work enjoyed a moderate underground following, the release of Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix drew the attention of a more mainstream audience. In the US, Phoenix began a promotional tour including performances on several late night talk shows. Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix continued to gain momentum with the increased exposure of the tour. The album had the critics' attention, and despite a slow climb in alternative music charts it eventually reached the top 10 for the year. Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix earned the band a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album at the 52nd Grammy Awards held on 31 January 2010.

  3. The Root of All Evil

    The Root of All Evil (2009)


    The Root of All Evil is a compilation album by the Swedish melodic death metal band Arch Enemy, featuring re-recorded songs from the first three albums by the band—Black Earth (tracks 6,8,10,11), Stigmata (tracks 2,4,13), and Burning Bridges (tracks 3,5,7,9,12). It was released on September 28, 2009 on Century Media Records and was made available as a jewel case CD, limited edition mediabook, digital media download and LP. The album was produced by the band themselves and mixed and mastered by Andy Sneap.

  4. Cilla All Mixed Up

    Cilla All Mixed Up (2009)


    Cilla All Mixed Up is the title of Cilla Black's sixteenth and final solo album released worldwide on 7 September 2009 by EMI to digital download. The album was conceived to celebrate Cilla Black's 45th year in the music business. An array of original hit singles and album tracks held at Abbey Road studios were given a club makeover alongside a few more recent songs taken from Black's last studio album Beginnings. The project featured contributions from production team Almighty as well as other club DJs from the UK, Middle East and Asia. The lead single for the album project was the Almighty mix of "Something Tells Me".

  5. Blood: Franz Ferdinand

    Blood: Franz Ferdinand (2009)


    Blood: Franz Ferdinand is a compilation album of dub music versions of songs from Tonight: Franz Ferdinand, the third studio album from Scottish band Franz Ferdinand. It was released in June 2009 through Domino Records. In addition, a limited edition vinyl version of 500 copies were sent to independent record stores in the United States to coincide with Record Store Day.

  6. Hitmixes

    Hitmixes (2009)


    Hitmixes is the second extended play (EP) by American recording artist Lady Gaga, released on August 25, 2009. Featuring remixes of songs from Gaga's debut album, The Fame (2008), the album was only released in Canada, by Universal Music Canada. Hitmixes features mixes from various musicians, including RedOne and Space Cowboy, who previously worked with Gaga. The EP hosts 1980s-influenced and house remixes. Hitmixes received positive reviews from the Calgary Herald and Blare Magazine, and peaked at number eight on the Canadian Albums Chart.

  7. Celebration

    Celebration (2009)


    Celebration is the 22nd album by the British rock band Uriah Heep. It features re-recorded classic songs from the band, as well as two tracks written specifically for this release. A double Deluxe Special Edition on digipak format features an extra live DVD recorded at the Sweden Rock Festival. A Collector's Edition features a 2-song (vinyl) single in addition to the regular Celebration CD (the songs on the single were also recorded at the Sweden Rock Festival, and were not included on the DVD).

  8. Remixploitation

    Remixploitation (2009)


    Remixploitation is the first remix album from guitarist John 5 (Marilyn Manson/Rob Zombie) released February 14, 2009.

  9. Wu Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol.2: Enter The Dubstep

    Wu Tang Meets The Indie Culture Vol.2: Enter The Dubstep (2011)


    Wu-Tang Meets the Indie Culture, Vol.2 : Enter The Dubstep is an album released on 10 November 2009. It contains Dubstep remixes of songs primarily by Wu-Tang affiliates, songs on Wu-Tang compilation albums, and songs on Wu-Tang solo albums.

  10. French Connection

    French Connection (2009)


    French Connection is a French concept album by Belgian singer Kate Ryan released under ARS Entertainment. The album was released in Canada on October 13, 2009, before being released in Ryan's native country of Belgium on October 23, 2009. The albums lead single, "Babacar", was released June 12, 2009 in Belgium.

  11. Girls Le Disko

    Girls Le Disko (2009)


    Girls Le Disko is a remix compilation by American band Shiny Toy Guns. It was released on December 15, 2009 on Ultra Records.

  12. Pop! Remixed

    Pop! Remixed (2009)


    Pop! Remixed is a remix EP by British duo Erasure, released on 9 February 2009. It is a companion piece and prequel to the Total Pop! - the First 40 Hits compilation and contains new remixes of previously released songs including a new remix of their song Always, titled Always 2009.

  13. The Last Dubber

    The Last Dubber (2009)


    The Last Dubber is a remix album by industrial metal band Ministry. The album is composed of remixes from the band's 2007 album The Last Sucker.

  14. Krieg

    Krieg (2010)


    Krieg is a remix album by industrial rock band KMFDM containing remixes of songs from their 2009 album Blitz. It was released January 5, 2010, on KMFDM Records.

  15. Erasure.Club

    Erasure.Club (2009)


    Erasure.Club is a remix EP by Erasure. Featuring six remixes (four previously commercially unavailable), it was released on 10 August 2009) by Mute Records.

  16. Nsrgnts Rmxs

    Nsrgnts Rmxs (2009)


    NSRGNTS RMXS (a shortening of the phrase Insurgentes Remixes, spelled without the vowels), is the name of a remix EP released by British musician, songwriter and music producer Steven Wilson, comprising remixes of his first full-length studio album, Insurgentes. The EP was released in CD and Vinyl formats with the tracklist varying to each one. It was available to order worldwide since May 15, 2009, and shipped on June 29.

  17. Coba Coba Remixed

    Coba Coba Remixed (2009)


    Coba Coba Remixed is the first remix album of Novalima's original album, Coba Coba, both under the U.S. independent record label, Cumbancha. It was released on June 16, 2009 and features electronic-influenced remixes of songs from Coba Coba.

  18. Are You In?: Nike+ Original Run

    Are You In?: Nike+ Original Run (2009)


    Are You In?: Nike+ Original Run (a pun on "R-U-N") is an iTunes exclusive mixtape by hip hop trio De La Soul, in association with Nike. The album is produced by Flosstradamus. In the past De La Soul has collaborated with Nike to make designer shoes, and months later was picked to be a part of Nike's Original Run series, aimed at runners. Are You In? was the first album by De La Soul in five years and is one long continuous mixtape released on iTunes with an additional digital booklet. Are You In? was generally well-received by music and hip hop critics and was reviewed by Wired, Urb, and the Hip Hop DX online magazine.

  19. Death To Analog

    Death To Analog


    Death to Analog is the first studio debut album from American rock band Julien-K, which was released on March 10, 2009 (the European/Digi-Pak release date being March 5, 2010). Despite a number of delays, the album was confirmed to be released on February 17, 2009 to coincide with the "Death of Analog" television. However the album's release date was pushed back to March 10.

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