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Britney Spears - Till The World Ends Remixes

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Britney Spears - Till The World Ends (8BarZ Remix)

8BarZ turns Britney's "Till The World Ends" up a notch with this heavy electro remix. Although the original song was heavily electro influenced, this remix is much harder, bassier and just plain filthier. It definitely merits the "sicker sicker remix" line repeated throughout the remix and will have you dancing like the world is going to end by the time the video finishes.

About 8Barz:
8barz was started september 2010 officially. the name was kinda though up in a last minute 20 minute deadline for our first major label commissioned remix. it was a combination of the fact that personally, I have been spinning' in nightclubs for 2 decades, so it had to have "bars, or braze" in it. Also Bars are how compositions are broken down in terms of quantizing. 8 bars is the actual amount of time for most intros in extended 12 inch remixes in the old days. It seemed fitting.

Britney Spears - Till The World Ends (Doctor Rosen Rosen Remix)

Doctor Rosen Rosen's eerie remix seems to fit the music video even better than the original. The original song didn't really have that dark vibe to merit the "world is ending" visuals in the music video. Doctor Rosen Rosen's remix, on the other hand, does. The haunting choir lead up to the chorus matches the music video perfectly. It is almost as if they were making the music video to this remix rather than the original.

About Doctor Rosen Rosen:
The evolution of rogue-pop producer/writer/remixer Doctor Rosen Rosen began in one moment in Sun Valley, Idaho when his older brother handed him a Yamaha DX-100 synthesizer, and he hasn't looked back since. Upon graduating from the University of Montana, Rosen moved to Brooklyn where he honed his dark-synth-electro pop sound as producer and vocalist for his band, The Handsome Public. After the group's final performance at the Iceland Airwaves Festival, Rosen decided to move to Los Angeles to focus full-time on production. Bootleg remixes became the order of the day, and the blogs gushed. This caught the attention of Interscope Records, who hired him to remix the Timbaland-produced "Scream". More official remixes followed of artists including La Roux, Drake, Lady Gaga, M.I.A., Weezer, Jessie and the Toy Boys, and Natalia Kills. Now working out of The Lab in Silverlake, Doctor Rosen Rosen is currently crafting original material with artists on Universal Republic, Interscope, Prospect Park, and Sony, while still finding time to put his unique spin on some of today's biggest hits.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I prefer the Liam Keegan "remix" which stays quite close to the original.