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Album: Halo (Remixes) - EP

Artist: Beyoncé

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 5

  • Copyright: ℗ 2008, 2009 Sony Music Entertainment

Tracklist For Halo (Remixes) - EP By Artist Beyoncé

Title Artist Time
1
Halo Beyoncé 3:44 USD 1.29
2
Halo Beyoncé 8:54 USD 1.29
3
Halo Beyoncé 8:57 USD 1.29
4
Halo Beyoncé 7:13 USD 1.29
5
Halo Beyoncé 8:02 USD 1.29

Reviews For Halo (Remixes) - EP By Artist Beyoncé

  • You now

    4
    By AY82896
    This game is ok
  • Beautiful!

    5
    By musiclover5867
    Every lyric, every note of this song was tearfully beautiful.
  • do not buy this

    1
    By La Musiqe
    There are 2 reasons why. First of all, it has the radio edit. The radio edit is what the original artist did to the song to make it more popular. Well, that's bad because of what's popular today. Like 3 by Brittany Spears for instance. It's auto-tuned with bad lyrics, a terrible instrumental (if that's what you want to call it) and it's not catchy. That's what's popular. So, if a popular artist, like Beyonce, releases a song that the producers don't think is 'mainstream' enough, they remix it to make it more popular. It's almost always called the radio edit, because it's played on the radio (radio edit can also mean the clean version). This almost always fails, because people fell in love with the artist for the original, no matter how 'mainstream' it is. So I'm begging you, keep it that way. Don't buy what the producers did to make it more popular. Second reason is the remixes (can you believe it? All that for just the first track). So the original was a ballad. Duh. The reason this was remixed is that ballads aren't meant to be danced to, so people think that if they remix it, people will buy it for clubs and parties. Well, that was a huge mistake. A ballad should stay a ballad. Turning it into a dance track makes it an entirely new song. It's not Halo anymore. Halo is an amazing song. The remixes are terrible. So anyway, if you want to dance to the original Halo, well, too bad. But the remixes won't work if you want to dance to Halo, just because it's such a different song. So in about 10 lines, I've completely discredited the album. Not bad for an eleven year old.
  • Okay

    3
    By Estefania10
    I'm not a fan of remixes to start with. I've always found remixes to be too similar and at times just plain boring but i do love remix #2 Halo is an awesome song and Beyonce is phenomenal!
  • I LOVE THE MIXES, BUT NOT THE SONG THEY CHOSE FOR IT.

    3
    By ♪GaGaguilera♪
    The mixes are definitely club-worthy, but this song is not meant to be mixed like this. I made the same commentary on the album for remixes for the song Hurt by Christina Aguilera. CLICK ON BOTH REVIEWS IF YOU AGREE.
  • WOW!

    5
    By Secret_Name
    It's an amazing song with great remixes!
  • I liked the Original

    1
    By madstermads
    I really liked the original that Beyonce did and i think these are just pointless
  • wow .

    1
    By nathaniell [:
    thiss is very bad . a ballad should really reallyy stay like thtt . "haloo." iss a qreat sonq . no oness qonnaa buy thtt album up their ^^ i'd rather buyy it juss soo a pictuureee of her can pop up on my iphonee . :P
  • Love this song (:

    5
    By LiviLu96
    I love this song! The first time I heard it on the radio I was addicted. :)
  • This song is so freakin' annoying!!!

    1
    By JJass
    I CAN SEE YOUR HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! HALO! See what I mean?

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