Christmas Remixed
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Christmas Remixed
Christmas Remixed
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Compilation album by
various artists
ReleasedOctober 21, 2003
LabelSix Degrees
  • Beef Wellington
  • Robbie Hardkiss
  • David Hargis
  • Billy Starus
Professional ratings
Review scores
AllMusic[1]3.5/5 stars

Christmas Remixed is a Christmas compilation and remix album, containing remixes of popular classic versions of Christmas songs.


The album was released in 2003 by Six Degrees Records on October 21, 2003.[1] A follow-up album, Christmas Remixed 2, was released in 2005.[2]

Critical reception

The album elicited a positive critical reaction upon its release. AllMusic's Rick Anderson awarded the album 3.5 stars, commenting that "there will probably not be a better new Christmas album this year than this one," going on to call the album "a complete blast" and stating that "this album is very highly recommended."[1]

Commercial performance

The album debuted at number 21 on the Billboard's "Top Dance/Electronic Albums" chart dated December 6, 2003. The following week, it rose six spots to number 16.[3] The next week, it rose another seven spots to enter the top ten,[4] before peaking at number 5 on the chart dated December 27, 2003.[5] The album spent a total of six weeks on the chart.[6]

Track listing

  1. Andy Williams - "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" (A Shrift Remix) - 3:46
  2. Bing Crosby - " Happy Holiday" (Beef Wellington Remix) - 4:10
  3. Dean Martin - "Jingle Bells" (Dan the Automator Remix) - 3:19
  4. Kay Starr - "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm" (Stuhr Remix) - 2:49
  5. The Cathedral Brass - "Joy to the World" (Mocean Worker Remix) - 3:24
  6. Johnny Mercer - "Winter Wonderland" (Rise Ashen's Brazilian Beach Mix) - 4:06
  7. Charles Brown - "Merry Christmas Baby" (MNO Remix) - 3:44
  8. Berlin Symphony Orchestra - "Nutcracker Suite" (Baz Kuts Breaks Mix) - 4:59
  9. Louis Armstrong & Velma Middleton - "Baby, It's Cold Outside" (Mulato Beat Remix) - 4:18
  10. Duke Ellington - "Jingle Bells" (Robbie Hardkiss Remix) - 4:12
  11. Bing Crosby - "The First Noel" (Attaboy House Party Mix) - 3:52
  12. Mel Tormé - "The Christmas Song" (Michael Kessler Open Fire Mix) - 5:15

Credits and personnel

Adapted from AllMusic[1][7] and album liner notes.[8]


Chart (2003) Peak
US Top Dance/Electronic Albums[6] 5


  1. ^ a b c d e Anderson, Rick. "Album Review". AllMusic. RhythmOne. Retrieved 2017.
  2. ^ Leggett, Steve. ""Christmas Remixed, Vol. 2" Album Review". AllMusic. RhythmOne. Retrieved 2017.
  3. ^ - Top Electronic Albums - Chart Listing For The Week Of Dec 13 2003
  4. ^ - Top Electronic Albums - Chart Listing For The Week Of Dec 20 2003
  5. ^ - Top Electronic Albums - Chart Listing For The Week Of Dec 27 2003
  6. ^ a b "Various Artists Dance/Electronic Albums chart history". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media. Retrieved 2017.
  7. ^ "Album Credits". AllMusic. RhythmOne. Retrieved 2017.
  8. ^ "Christmas Remixed" liner notes

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