Bloom: Remix Album

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Bloom: Remix Album
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Remix album by Sarah McLachlan
Released 6 September 2005
Recorded 1988–2005
Genre Electronic dance
Length 59:16
Label
Producer
Sarah McLachlan chronology
iTunes Originals – Sarah McLachlan
(2005)iTunes Originals – Sarah McLachlan2005
Bloom: Remix Album
(2005)
Mirrorball: The Complete Concert
(2006)Mirrorball: The Complete Concert2006
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Bloom: Remix Album is the second remix album by Canadian singer Sarah McLachlan, released in North America on 6 September 2005 by Nettwerk in Canada and Arista Records in the United States. It includes various dance club versions of McLachlan's songs, remixed by prominent remixers and producers.

Content[edit]

Bloom: Remix Album features mainly remixes of songs which originally appeared on McLachlan's 2003 studio album, Afterglow. It includes already known remixes of three singles: "Fallen", "Stupid" and "World on Fire", and new remixes of "Train Wreck", "Answer" and "Dirty Little Secret". The album also contains new remixes of two songs taken from Fumbling Towards Ecstasy (1993) and of her debut single "Vox" from Touch (1988). Bloom: Remix Album also features a remix of a new song, "Just Like Me" by DMC featuring Mclachlan. Songs were remixed by Junkie XL, Rollo Armstrong from Faithless, Tom Middleton, Thievery Corporation, DJ Hyper, Sly and Robbie, will.i.am, Talvin Singh, Gabriel & Dresden and Junior Boys. The Japanese edition also includes "Fallen" (Satoshi Tomiie Mix).

In 2008, "Dirty Little Secret" (Thievery Corporation Mix) was included on the Bones: Original Television Soundtrack.

Commercial performance[edit]

The album peaked at number twenty-two in Canada.[1] In the United States, it reached number two on the Dance/Electronic Albums and number seventy-six on the Billboard 200. It was held from the top on the Dance/Electronic Albums by Demon Days by the Gorillaz.

In 2004, "Fallen" and "World on Fire" already peaked on the US Dance Club Songs at number three and two, respectively.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
1. "World on Fire" (Junkie XL Club Mix / GM Edit) Afterglow 6:29
2. "Ice" (Dusted Mix) McLachlan Fumbling Towards Ecstasy 5:46
3. "Vox" (Tom Middleton Mix) McLachlan Touch 6:54
4. "Dirty Little Secret" (Thievery Corporation Mix) McLachlan Afterglow 4:00
5. "Stupid" (Hyper Remix) McLachlan Afterglow 7:53
6. "Train Wreck" (Sly & Robbie Mix) McLachlan Afterglow 4:38
7. "Just Like Me" (DMC featuring Sarah Mclachlan) (will.i.am of Black Eyed Peas Mix) Checks Thugs and Rock n Roll 5:04
8. "Answer" (Talvin Singh Mix) McLachlan Afterglow 4:24
9. "Fallen" (Gabriel & Dresden Anti-Gravity Mix / GM Edit) McLachlan Afterglow 7:58
10. "Fumbling Towards Ecstasy" (Junior Boys Mix)
  • McLachlan
  • Marchand
Fumbling Towards Ecstasy 6:07
Japanese edition bonus track
No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
11. "Fallen" (Satoshi Tomiie Mix) McLachlan Afterglow 10:03
Digital edition bonus track
No. Title Writer(s) Album Length
12. "Vox" (Tom Middleton Dub) McLachlan Touch 9:02

Charts[edit]

Chart (2005) Peak
position
Canadian Albums (Billboard)[2] 22
US Billboard 200[3] 76
US Top Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard)[4] 2

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stones make big bang on Cdn. charts". Jam!. Retrieved 3 October 2016. 
  2. ^ "Sarah McLachlan – Chart history" Billboard Canadian Albums Chart for Sarah McLachlan. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
  3. ^ "Sarah McLachlan – Chart history" Billboard 200 for Sarah McLachlan. Retrieved 3 October 2016.
  4. ^ "Sarah McLachlan – Chart history" Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums for Sarah McLachlan. Retrieved 3 October 2016.