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remix

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishremixre‧mix /ˈriːmɪks/ noun [countable]  a different version of a popular song, in which someone has added to or changed the original recording a disco remixremix /riːˈmɪks/ verb [transitive]remixer noun [countable]
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remixWe recorded some spoken word with Burroughs to incorporate directly into a remix of the song.U2 have just released a disco remix.You obviously have the extra special festive remix.Whereas the original boasted an eerie aura, the remix merely sounds like a half-hearted run through an old New Order B-side.There's a Youth remix, too.
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