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Album: SexyTracks: The SexyBack Remixes - EP

Artist: Justin Timberlake

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Zomba Recording LLC

Tracklist For SexyTracks: The SexyBack Remixes - EP By Artist Justin Timberlake

Title Artist Time
1
SexyBack (feat. Timbaland) Justin Timberlake 4:20 USD 1.29
2
SexyBack (feat. Timbaland) Justin Timberlake 7:12 USD 1.29
3
SexyBack (feat. Timbaland) Justin Timberlake 6:33 USD 1.29
4
SexyBack (feat. Timbaland) Justin Timberlake 7:47 USD 1.29

Reviews For SexyTracks: The SexyBack Remixes - EP By Artist Justin Timberlake

  • To long Remixes = not good

    1
    By maciel73
    I like remixes they push me to keep runnig at the gym but but I don't like when they r too long or over do it. Like all this 4. U need to find a better dj.
  • Armand van Helden brings SexyBack.

    5
    By Remix Enthusiast
    Justin Timberlake, in my opinion, seems to have a knack for scoring a huge mix for every one of his solo hits. Producers such as Junior Vasquez, Paul Oakenfold and Basement Jaxx have provided some truly innovative club mixes to represent the soulful swagger of Justin Timberlake's songs. And, this time Armand van Helden delivers a remix that is truly in his own style, that almost makes you forget about the original version. Armand van Helden's remix of this song has a very distinctive sound unlike anything I have heard from either him or Justin Timberlake. This remix is a must have.
  • Awesome mixes!

    5
    By MisterBond1013
    I'm not sure what these other guys are talking about, these remixes are great! The Linus Loves Remix is the best.
  • sexy back remix? no thanks.

    1
    By music.jay.09
    song was great before remixes. no thanks justin, keep it original.
  • There releasing it now?

    2
    By MusicIsMyEverything2008
    Weird. Anyways, the remixes are bad, but since I love Sexyback (the original) and JT I gave it 2 stars. Is iTunes duplicating things or something cuz I saw this EP before on here and it actually had reviews on it. Weird.

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