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J to tha L-O! The Remixes

Jennifer Lopez

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Album Review

Given that Jennifer Lopez's uptempo material tends to work much better than her slower recordings, there would seem to be some potential for an album of remixes of her dance-oriented tracks as more than just a stopgap between regular releases. But J to tha L-O!: The Remixes is a collection of odds and ends. Of course, as usual, the term "remix" is a misnomer; these are versions of Lopez recordings to which other elements have been added, not simply remixes of the existing tracks. The first four rhythmic tracks (which aren't as dance-worthy) are really Lopez-plus-rapping, the next few selections will work well on the dancefloor, starting with the Metro remix of "Walking on Sunshine." Pablo Flores' remix of "Let's Get Loud" is particularly impressive, and Hex Hector's take on "Waiting for Tonight" casts the song as a traditional Hi-NRG workout. The album concludes with a track that isn't a remix, the ballad "Alive" from Lopez's 2002 film Enough. [A clean version of the CD was also released.]

Customer Reviews

some nice remixes and different versions

This album is the only place where one can get the different versions one saw on MTV etc. "Ain't It Funny" and "I'm Real" aren't remixes but entirely different recordings, completely distinct from the original versions. The Hex Hector remix of "Waiting for Tonight" is great; he's one of the best remixers around. If you're a Jennifer Lopez fan, you'll definitely enjoy this album. The remixes of "Love Don't Cost a Thing" and "If You Had My Love" give the songs more of a dance feel. Several people have complained that "I'm Gonna Be Alright" doesn't actually feature 50 Cent. I have the actual CD album (the clean version), not the iTunes version, and 50 Cent is very definitely on it, twice. Perhaps the iTunes version doesn't feature him, but I would find that surprising.

Great mixes. All hail Hex Hector!

Some of the mixes on this compilation are really good. One that particularly stands out is the Hex Hector mix of "Waiting for Tonight". Sadly, its only the radio mix and not the extended mix (and as of the time of my review, iTunes doesn't have!). But there's a reason why when Jennifer Lopez performs she performs with THIS mix of the song instead of the original... it's ridiculously good, and has really stood the test of time. I especially LOVE LOVE LOVE the Hex Hector version of the video (I think it appears on her DVD too)... the energy is amazing. Its hard to believe that video was shot for the original mix and then just modified a bit for the mix. All hail Hex Hector! "HAIL HEX HECTOR!"

Great J.Lo Album - Great Summer Tracks!

Great - Love the Remixes - Jenny from the block...Rules!

Biography

Born: July 24, 1969 in The Bronx, New York, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Actress/singer Jennifer Lopez was born in the Bronx, New York, on July 24, 1969; after starting out in musical theater as a child, she made her film debut at age 16 in the little-seen My Little Girl, but her career then stalled until she was tapped to become one of the dancing "Fly Girls" on the television sketch comedy series In Living Color. A recurring role on the TV drama Second Chances followed before Lopez was thrust into the limelight co-starring with Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson in the...
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