Music Review: Britney Spears, B in the Mix: The Remixes
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It seems Britney has decided to lay low with the release of her latest B in the Mix: The Remixes, which is another "greatest hits" type package that is made up of new and old dance remixes to her biggest hits and selected album tracks. The album is being released without promotion from the label or even Ms. Spears herself, and the cover art doesn’t even have Britney pictured on the front sleeve. This album is purely for the fans.
Stand out tracks include "Everytime – Valentin Remix," "Breath on Me – Thin White Duke Mix," and "Early Mornin'– Jason Nevins Remix." The two new tracks featured on the album are "And then We Kiss – Junkie XL Remix" and the baby ballad "Someday (I Will Understand) – Hi Bias Signature Radio Remix".
The album starts with an overly repetitive version of Spears last hit, "Toxic - Peter Rauhofer Reconstruction Mix (Edit)", but ends with the fantastic "Don’t Let Me Be The Last To Know – Hex Hector Club Mix Edit," which takes an average ballad and turns it into a song worth taking a listen to.
Although dance music fans may find this album lacking, the tracks are remixed by some of the biggest hit makers and will surely find a place in the collections of Britney fans and anyone else that enjoys a good party record that they can dance to.
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