Most of the Remixes[a] is a remix compilation album by Belgian electronic music group Soulwax. It was released on October 22, 2007, and features a collection of remixes made by Soulwax for other artists. The album's full title contains 552 characters of text.
The remix album is noted for having a 552-character album title, about 100 characters more than the Fiona Apple album When the Pawn..., which previously held the record for being the longest title for a major label album. This was later surpassed by the 2008 Chumbawamba album The Boy Bands Have Won..., with its full title containing 865 characters of text.
There is a hidden track before the start of track 1 of disc 2. It's the lost remix mentioned in the title, it seems they didn't lose it after all. To play this track hit rewind before track 1. It's also track 20 on the Japanese release.
0. Einstürzende Neubauten, "Stella Maris (Soulwax Remix)" – 5:35
The following is a mix by 2 Many DJ's.
LCD Soundsystem, "Daft Punk Is Playing at My House" (Soulwax Shibuya re-remix) – 3:20
Producer: The DFA
Writer: James Murphy
Gossip, "Standing in the Way of Control" (Soulwax nite version) – 3:36
^Full title: Most of the remixes we've made for other people over the years except for the one for Einstürzende Neubauten because we lost it and a few we didn't think sounded good enough or just didn't fit in length-wise, but including some that are hard to find because either people forgot about them or simply because they haven't been released yet, a few we really love, one we think is just ok, some we did for free, some we did for money, some for ourselves without permission and some for friends as swaps but never on time and always at our studio in Ghent