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Album: Locked Out of Heaven (Remixes) - EP

Artist: Bruno Mars

  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Atlantic Recording Corporation for the United States and WEA International Inc. for the wor

Tracklist For Locked Out of Heaven (Remixes) - EP By Artist Bruno Mars

Title Artist Time
Locked Out of Heaven (Cazzette Bruno Mars 6:41 USD 1.29
Locked Out of Heaven (Sultan a Bruno Mars 6:50 USD 1.29
Locked Out of Heaven (The M Ma Bruno Mars 4:02 USD 1.29
Locked Out of Heaven (Paul Oak Bruno Mars 5:17 USD 1.29

Reviews For Locked Out of Heaven (Remixes) - EP By Artist Bruno Mars

  • Beyond Cheesy Re-mixes

    By Devils Trance
    Uggghhhhhhhh! Snooze fest. Save your $$$$$. These aren't even government cheese worthy.
  • Great Track!

    By Electro Mom
    The Paul Oakenfold Remix is the best in my opinion, next in line would be the Sultan and Shepard Remix.

    By Sidilvanadya
    These masters add more value to the already amazing lyrics. I first heard these remixes at EDC 2013 in Las Vegas. I get goose bumps when when I listen to these beats! Well done all around!
  • Sultan & Ned Shepard remix is the bomb! Bought the whole album!

    By Flyfai35
    Love these remixes!! Especially, Sultan and Ned Shepard. Played it way too many times already. It's on repeat....

    By Henrayyy
    If you haven't heard of Cazzette yet, now is the time.
  • Oakenfold

    By J Fear
    Some of these are just ok but the Paul oakenfold one is amazing. Oakenfold never seems to amaze me. Some disc jockeys around his age tend to disappear or drift into the darkness. But paul seems to always come up with something new. That is the one you want the oakenfold mix.
  • Err day!

    By eX-aLt
  • Not that good

    By Mneezey
    The remixers for the multiple remixes of this song are some of the most talented artists in EDM music. And they all seem to have collectively lost their minds at the same time. Every. Single. Remix is mediocre at best, over-produced and terrible at worst. Not one remix keeps the "soul" of the song. They are remixes that, if you were to hear it in a club, you would turn around, throw a scowl at the DJ, and take a bathroom break. Very disappointed.
  • M machine

    By Create Nickname? Why?
    That's the best one... #3
  • Amazing

    By username556667777
    In my opinion all of these songs are great the M Machine remix is probably the best of all of them.

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