- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of remix.
“A third of the projects, more than 600,000, are what we call remixes.”
“The reason I bring it up in relation to remixes is that this is a song that could really be remixed — if only to change the ending.”
“Looks like some kickin remixes of some classic namco fair, Dug included.”
“(Fun sidenote: original pressings, especially promos, of this song sell for around $150) Many current artists working in the electro vein consider Robotnick a true pioneer, and he has many fans among us listeners too, thus this re-release with remixes is quite exciting.”
“Now they've even got these "remixes" - stuff like Pride ”
“After releasing his first album, ‘Pae mu ka’ (1999), ‘Asem Sebe’ (2001), Time Out for Adhesion (TOFA) in 2003 and a number of remixes from the TOFA album, came NteteE Pa (Be disciplined) which coincided with his effort to join Ghana’s vice president …”
“Tasha is great, the remixes are a great little bonus; it is always good to hear something a bit different added in.”
“They are called remixes, and they are when one author takes the story of another and re-writes it, keeping some elements perhaps thematic or the setting and completely twisting others.”
“The 22-minute mix features a couple of new/unreleased remixes from the Swedish duo (for”
“Some of it had to with logistics and financing, but we stretched it out, thinking about possibly reformatting things by including live tracks with some dub remixes and doing a two-volume record. ”
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