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A remix album is an album consisting of remixes or rerecorded versions of an artist's earlier released material. The first act who employed the format was American singer-songwriter Harry Nilsson (Aerial Pandemonium Ballet, 1971).[1] As of 2020, the best-selling remix album of all time was Michael Jackson's Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix (1997).

History and concept[edit]

Aerial Pandemonium Ballet (1971) by Harry Nilsson is credited as the first remix album.[2] It was released after the successes of "Everybody's Talkin'" and The Point!, when he decided that his older material had started to sound dated.[citation needed] But the concept of the remix album itself dates back to the 1980s,[3] when record companies would slap together several kinds of electronic dance music, such as dance-pop, house, techno, trance, drum and bass, dubstep, hardstyle, and trap into full-length albums, creating a relatively low-overhead addition to the catalogs and balance sheets.[4] Since this time, this kind of release is not only seen as an easy cash-in for an artist and their label, but also as an opportunity to provide a second lease of life for a record.[3] In the world of reggae music, it is not uncommon for a whole album to be remixed in a dub style.[5][6] Jennifer Lopez's album J to tha L–O! The Remixes is listed in the Guinness book as the first remix album to debut at No.1 on the Billboard 200 chart.[7]

List of best-selling remix albums[edit]

Best-selling remix albums worldwide
No. Album Artist Record label Released Total certified units
(from available markets)[a]
Claimed sales
(At least 500,000 sold)
1 Blood on the Dance Floor: HIStory in the Mix Michael Jackson Epic Records 1997

2,575,000
6,000,000[33]
2 You Can Dance Madonna Sire Records 1987

2,305,000
5,000,000[40]
3 Love The Beatles Apple Records 2006

4,132,500
5,000,000[44]
4 J to tha L–O! The Remixes Jennifer Lopez Epic Records 2002

1,582,500
3,000,000[45]
5 Reanimation Linkin Park Warner Bros. Records 2002

1,597,500
6 Shut Up and Dance: Mixes Paula Abdul Virgin Records 1990

1,107,500
1,000,000[47]
7 Super Eurobeat Presents Ayu-ro Mix Ayumi Hamasaki Avex Trax 2000

1,200,000
8 Never Say Never: The Remixes Justin Bieber Island Records 2011

1,040,000
9 No More Games/The Remix Album New Kids on the Block Columbia Records 1990

1,000,000
10 Misia Remix 2000 Little Tokyo Misia Arista Records 2000

800,000
831,000[50]
11 Further Down the Spiral Nine Inch Nails Nothing Records 1995

600,000
12 Ayu-mi-x II Version Non-Stop Mega Mix Ayumi Hamasaki Avex Trax 2000

400,000
505,000[51]
13 New Old Songs Limp Bizkit Interscope Records 2001

500,000
14 Eu e Memê, Memê e Eu Lulu Santos BMG Brasil 2000

500,000
15 The Remix Lady Gaga Interscope Records 2010

405,000
500,000[52]
16 The Remixes Shakira Sony Music 1997

200,000
500,000[53]
17 Todas as Estações - Remixes Sandy & Junior Universal Music Group 2000

250,000
500,000[54]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak Certification systems have been established periodically throughout the past half century; thus, certification databases are not able to cover all sales. Some (or all) records released and sold prior to a certification system's establishment year may not be found within the available searchable certification databases. Year of establishment (from largest market to smallest based on Retail Value each market generates respectively):[55][56] Certified sales might sometimes be larger than actual sales, if stores order more albums than they are able to sell, due to certifications generally being determined by shipments and not actual sales. Often, however, actual sales are larger than certified sales, since record labels must pay a fee to obtain certifications. Record companies often apply for certifications only when a record reaches a multiple certification-levels, meaning certifications might not be visible in the databases for more than a short period of time after an album reached a certification level.[71][72] As global music sales declined in the 2000s mostly due to CD burning and downloading from unauthorized sites, certification bodies opted to reduce their certification levels.[73] See the changes in Certification-award-levels in the following markets:

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