Call & Response

// July 16th, 2017 // Music
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Call And Response:The Remix Album is the 2008 album by Maroon 5. It features remixes of hit singles and tracks from Maroon 5’s first two studio album’s Songs About Jane and It Won’t Be Soon Before Long by various artists and producers such as ‘If I Never See Your Face Again’ -Swizz Beatz Remix,’Wake Up Call’ -Mark Ronson Remix featuring Mary J. Blige, ‘Sunday Morning’ -Questlove Remix plus Just Blaze Remix, C. “Tricky” Stewart Remix, , Pharrell Williams Remix, DJ Quick Remix, David Banner Remix, The Cool Kids Remix, Bloodshy & Avant Remix,Of Montreal Remix, ‘Deerhoof Remix, Tiesto Remix, Ali Shaheed Muhammad & Doc Remix, Premier 5 Remix, Sam Farrar Remix and Cut Copy Galactic Beach House.

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3 Responses to “Call & Response”

  1. dirt55 says:

    Good Mix of Genres Allowing other artists to re-create your music is a wonderful thing. This album shows that M5 appreciates different genres and has much respect for all music. Its a fun, energetic stray from their original sound. True fans will embrace this mix just like true fans embraced U2s daliance in trance with the Pop album. Its a great addition to any M5 collection and a fun diversion while waiting for the next studio album to drop. Some tracks may hit ya the wrong way but music, like all art, SHOULD…

  2. dirt55 says:

    Good mix of genres At first play I thought it was going to be 100% club DJ mixing, I was pleasantly surprised at how wrong I was! Unlike another review you actually have to listen to the album, not just click a couple 10sec clips. This is a mix for anyone who is a M5 fan. Some mixes are average (normal club mixes for example with generic hip hop beats), some are terrible (two…yes two techno versions of “Little of Your Time” back to back!), and some are genius (MJB on “Wake Up Call” and a great bass backed beat…

  3. Anonymous says:

    At first play I thought it was going to be 100% club DJ mixing, I was pleasantly surprised at how wrong I was! Unlike another review you actually have to listen to the album, not just click a couple 10sec clips. This is a mix for anyone who is a M5 fan. Some mixes are average (normal club mixes for example with generic hip hop beats), some are terrible (two…yes two techno versions of “Little of Your Time” back to back!), and some are genius (MJB on “Wake Up Call” and a great bass backed…



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