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Album: Irreplaceable (Remixes)

Artist: Beyoncé

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 7

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006, 2007 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

Tracklist For Irreplaceable (Remixes) By Artist Beyoncé

Title Artist Time
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 4:08 USD 1.29
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 8:51 USD 1.29
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 9:27 USD 1.29
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 4:03 USD 1.29
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 7:06 USD 1.29
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 4:45 USD 1.29
Irreplaceable Beyoncé 4:20 USD 1.29

Reviews For Irreplaceable (Remixes) By Artist Beyoncé

  • Remixes are great!!!

    By Hotlatinboi879
    I had listen to all of them and the best ones are Ralphi Rosario......the way he slowed down her singing actually makes the song way better adding the latin , Tribal house music to it is fantastic!!!!!.....Maurice Joshua on the other hand is ok ......just not going along with the beat do to her pitch of singing is to fast for it simply does not go with it at all!!!...Now the dj speedy and the ghost ones are just a hot mess......making it into hip hop is not working at all!!!!!
  • Good for remix fans

    By Nellyfurtadorules1014
    These remixes are nice for people who like remixes. 1. Irraplacable (ft. Ghostface killah) 896/1000 beyoncè sings great in this song the lyrics tell a story of a heartbreak not so intensely & insulting, but there are nice comebacks. Ghostface killah raps w/ lots of emotion & he sounds so much like he wants Beyoncè back. 2. Irraplacable (DJ speedy remix) 724/1000 this remix keeps the real vocals, just adding great little beats & you can hear Beyoncè tell the story of her interesting heartbreak. 3. Irraplacable (RalphI Rosario club remix) 607/1000 these beats are just a little to fast for the song. So if you love remixes & like beyoncè music, this song is for you. 4. Irreplaceable (RalphI & Craig club remix) 603/1000 in this song, beyoncè sound like she's singing in slow motion, even though she isn't. These beats are way to fast for bèyonce. 5. Irreplaceable ( Marcie Johnson club remix) 589/1000 this remix isn't the real song & just mixes it up to random lyrics
  • hmmm

    By WNDent
    I was previewing this and then saw the name ghostface killa, what kind of lunatic nutcase calls himself that?? Yes I've heard of him before but the severity of his ridiculousness just struck me when I realized that a whole album was devoted to remixes of one song, which by the way pretty much all sound the same. The music industry is pretty much stealing your money, you might as well go burn a few dollars, the spectacle might be more interesting than this. What is exceptional though is the audacity of charging $1.29 for each song but $5.00 for the whole album. Well in the end I didn't buy it because I do not want to give anyone named ghostface killah my money, and I hope you don't either.
  • typo....

    By jorange
    In "Irreplaceable (fetauring Ghostface Killah)" featuring is spelled incorrectly.
  • love this song(:

    By averymck5
    its such a good song i love it. these remixes are off da hoookkkkkkk
  • LOVE IT!!!!!!!!

    By yannyto
    LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    By bobby fizz
    OMG! i love her! she's great live and on CD!
  • awesome and Irreplaceable

    Relly cool mix beyonce is very talentid hands down
  • Great, but check the spelling

    By Candaceiscool
    All the mixes were pretty cool, except that featuring was spelled wrong on number six. Other than that, great!
  • Need the song

    By adreamer80
    Please get the "irreplaceable" version that Sugarland sang. It is so amazing. Beyonce's is good but Sugarland did it for me! I must have it. Please get it as soon as possible. Adreamer80

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