[email protected] to Release Album of Dance Remixes

Stop rubbing your eyes and shaking your head. You read right. LeAnn Rimes is returning to the music scene, but this time, she is taking her music to “da club.” Rather than releasing a perfunctory greatest hits album, LeAnn chose to floor fans and critics alike with Dance Like You Don’t Give a . . . Greatest Hits Remixes.

The album, slated for an August 5th release, features new versions of her hits, including “I Need You” and “How Do I Live.” LeAnn enlisted the help of deejays such as Dave Aude, Kaskade, and Cicada to add some spice to fan favorites. “Help Me Make It Through the Night” (Fear of Tigers Remix) is already available on iTunes, while “You’ve Ruined Me” (Dave Aude Remix) will become available on July 22nd and “Crazy Women” (7th Heaven Remix) will drop on July 29th.

In discussing the album, LeAnn stated: “Everyone knows I love to dance. What better way to celebrate the next chapter of my music than to remix some of my favorite hits from over the years to get my fans out on the dance floor shaking their asses?”

You can get a sneak peek of the Alias remix of “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” below:


Gasoline and Matches (w/ Rob Thomas and Jeff Beck) — Dave Aude Remix
What I Cannot Change — Kaskade Remix
Crazy Women — 7th Heaven Remix
I Need You — Digital Dogs Remix
Help Me Make It Through the Night — Fear of Tigers Remix
Spitfire — Fagault and Marina Remix
Can’t Fight the Moonlight — Alias Remix
You’ve Ruined Me — Dave Aude Remix
How Do I Live — Cahill Remix
Strong — Cicada Mix
Nothin’ Better to Do — Soul Seekerz Remix
Headphones — Headspinnerz Remix
Grace (w/ Crystal Method)

Follow me on Twitter @JenSwirsky. I would LOVE to hear what you think of this new LeAnn Rimes project.

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