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Customer Reviews

How are the remixes

People all the imagine dragon songs are the best in the world I don't see wat u r seeing but they are like the best honest people in the world there remixes are good and there songs are Awsome ok..I rate there remixes up to 7 stars not just 5 BUT 7

AlexDaKid can not tame these dragons!

I have no clue what was going through AlexDaKid's head when he made that remix because it was terrible. It had a good beginning and end but everything in between was garbage. The remix by Imagine Dragons themselves was great, it had a nice upbeat rhythm to it. The acoustic version and the video were amazing though. Kudos to Imagine Dragons! 👍 Opposite to KidinaCorner for their terrible remix of an amazing song 👎

why....

i figure why are they working on remixes when some of their fans will probably get it done for them.... i think they should work on another album and leave the remixes to us.... i mean i LOVE imagine dragons.... id just like to see some new work....

Biography

Formed: 2009 in Las Vegas, NV

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

A Grammy Award-winning alt-rock outfit with a knack for crafting stylish, stadium-ready anthems as emotionally charged as they are radio-friendly, Las Vegas-based Imagine Dragons had their genesis in Provo, Utah, where vocalist Dan Reynolds met drummer Andrew Tolman while the two attended Brigham Young University. In 2009, the group, which by this time included guitarist Daniel Wayne Sermon, bass player Ben McKee, and Tolman's wife Brittany Tolman on keys and backing vocals, had made a name for itself...
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