Whats better the Original or the remix with other artists
without a shadow of a doubt is the original...
Generally I'd say the original, because at the end of the day they'er the one's who made it. Alot of times artists butcher songs with remixes as well. Every so often you do get awesome remixes though and they add something special to already great songs.
As a general rule of thumb though, original!
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Original is good.. but sometime the remixes end up being better and to the sound of the current generation.. and it is true.. that without the number of remixes i would have never heard about the originals..
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I hate remix, that is the only kind of music I can not stand.
im guessing thats sarcasm as the remix currently has a total of 0 votesOriginally Posted by ash chaulk
I don't mind a good remix. What I don't like are people trying to make money out of putting good songs to some sort of awful dance remix (read that club version of The Choirboys - Run to Paradise, and DJ Sammy's entire catalogue)
Remixes should be outlawed. They are pathetic. Can't these disco-techno junkies come up with their own material? Leave the originals alone - we have enough covers by bands to **** 'em up, so don't make it worse with remixes
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What's with this question? It's worded like either EVERY remix ever is better than EVERY original, or vice-versa. Generally speaking I don't see the point of just re-arranging someone elses song, but I'm sure there's a remix somewhere which does actually sound better than the original.
But, taking a normal song and making it "dancable" by putting a dull thud at the back of it? No thanks.
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There have been quite a few songs that have sold better on the back of remixes. For example, Starsailor - Four to the Floor.Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
And I know you said better. And I know that the original version of Four to the Floor is better than the rmix. But I guess that's objective...
Covers are alright, remixes suck.
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