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I Am The Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance: The Remix Album

by Kesha

I Am The Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance: The Remix Album by Kesha

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I Am The Dance Commander + I Command You To Dance: The Remix Album

by Kesha

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Label: RCA RECORDS LABEL
A remix album is pretty much de rigeur for a pop artist who aims to own the clubs as well as the airwaves -- or at least, whose marketing teams aspire to put her there. For an artist as all-over-the-place as Ke$ha, this is as scattered as you'd expect. Dave Aude and Fred Falke drop conventional club anthems, but Major Lazer's Switch offers dubstep at its most grating, while experimental dubstepper Untold wrestles with Ke$ha's singsong rapping over alien robo-funk. Two new cuts balance Vegas club bombast with punky, M.I.A.-influenced electro, complete with an Andre 3000 verse.

About This Album

A remix album is pretty much de rigeur for a pop artist who aims to own the clubs as well as the airwaves -- or at least, whose marketing teams aspire to put her there. For an artist as all-over-the-place as Ke$ha, this is as scattered as you'd expect. Dave Aude and Fred Falke drop conventional club anthems, but Major Lazer's Switch offers dubstep at its most grating, while experimental dubstepper Untold wrestles with Ke$ha's singsong rapping over alien robo-funk. Two new cuts balance Vegas club bombast with punky, M.I.A.-influenced electro, complete with an Andre 3000 verse.

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About This Album

A remix album is pretty much de rigeur for a pop artist who aims to own the clubs as well as the airwaves -- or at least, whose marketing teams aspire to put her there. For an artist as all-over-the-place as Ke$ha, this is as scattered as you'd expect. Dave Aude and Fred Falke drop conventional club anthems, but Major Lazer's Switch offers dubstep at its most grating, while experimental dubstepper Untold wrestles with Ke$ha's singsong rapping over alien robo-funk. Two new cuts balance Vegas club bombast with punky, M.I.A.-influenced electro, complete with an Andre 3000 verse.