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  • Audio CD (1 Feb. 2003)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Sony Music CMG
  • ASIN: B000067USN
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
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1. Stay With Me
2. #!*@ You Tonight
3. Dance With Me
4. Peaches & Cream
5. You Can't Do It Alone
6. Like Running Water
7. Sugar Hill Groove
8. I Can't Read Between The Lines
9. My Downfall
10. Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
11. Intro
12. Special Delivery
13. I Need A Girl (Part Two)
14. Bad Boy For Life
15. I Need A Girl (Part One)
16. Remix Phenomenon
17. Unfoolish
18. Dance With Me/Peaches & Cream
19. No More Drama
20. So Complete
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CD Bad Boy Entertainment, 74321 94540 2, 2002, 13 Track

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "sitheman" on 6 Jun. 2002
Format: Audio CD
This is a superb collaboration of remixes from the bad boy camp. With huge artists such as Snoop Dogg, Ludacris, Ashanti and Usher, bad boy has given us the remixes to some of the songs that have changed rap and hip/hop in the 90's. Biggie also features on the album with his lyrics from "i'm f**king you tonight". P. Diddy's new single "I need a girl" (parts one and two are on the album) is definitely going to be a massive hit. Diddy's part in the first part are also directed at Jennifer Lopez. The "bad boy for life" and "notorious" remixes are probably the best on the album. The other tracks have artists like Black Rob, G-Dep, Busta Rhymes, Beanie Sigel, Missy Elliot and M.O.P making this one of the best albums bad boy have ever produced.
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this isn't as good as the saga continues or no way out but there are some good tracks on it but its not the best album the i need a girl track part one is a great track (its usher on the chours makes it good can't stand PD going on about J.LO bout time he got over her) ashanti unfoolish is a good track, thats crazy is a good track also but not as good as the oringal i would say if ur a PD fan get it for ur collection if not buy the orinigal albums which the songs are on
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By "irish_republican_gangsta" on 21 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Well well well Puff Daddy/P Diddy/Sean Combs has sprinkled his touch over these songs and is annoucing them on the album We Invented The Remix. I bought this cd about a year ago when I was on holiday. There are no absolute classic songs on this album. It feels like it was rushed out onto the shevles as quickly as possible just so Bad Boy Records could add some more dough to their already filled wallets. To be honest though I was never really into Puffy or many of his Bad Boy collegues (except for Notorious B.I.G) so maybe thats why I feel it's lacking in some departments.If you are a devoted Puffy and Bad Boy fan add it to your collection but if you are into more hardcore rap and real artists like 2pac,Biggie and Big L then i suggest you leave this on the shelves ya feel me dawgs!Best tracks Bad boy 4 life, Notorious B.I.G and That's Crazy
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By harrypothead54@hotmail.com on 9 Jun. 2002
Format: Audio CD
After a Disapointing 3rd album ( the saga continues) P.Diddy has pulled off another hip hop classic. This album seems to be partly a revamped hardcore version of the saga continues and partly remixes of rap classics. The highlight of this album has to be the apearence of late rap star The Notorious B.I.G on the tracks - "Woke Up In The Morning", "unfoolish" and "Notorious". This album is lacking one thing SHYNE surely with his new album coming out soon P.Diddy should have promoted some of his artists new material. My favourite tracks have to be "BadBoy For Life RMX"- P.Diddy, M.O.P and Busta Rymes also "I Need a Girl Prt II" - P.Diddy, Ginuwine and Loon. Overall a must have for any hip hop fan.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
Slips Up..... 21 May 2002
By Anthony Humphrey - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Sean "P. Diddy" Combs is the master of the remix true, but he definetly didn't invent it. This album is missing a great deal of the infamous remixes that Diddy has recorded over the years, including a number one hit (Mariah Carey's "Honey" remix), current radio hits ("Lights Camera Action"), classics ("Only You") and others that he recorded with artists like MC Lyte, Gina Thompson, Total, Dream and so forth, that put them on the map. Though some of these are old school songs, It would be great to hear them again, and they wouldn't be out of place on an album with some old school Biggie.
The album's best track is easily "Special Delivery", where G-Dep, Ghostface Killah, Keith Murray & Craig Mack invent themselves a hip hop classic, because they absolutley KILL this track. P. Diddy's "I Need a Girl Part 2" is hot as all hell, and is easily better then the original radio hit. Faith Evans "You Gets No Love" is fantastic and so is "Thats Crazy", Black Rob's answer to "Whoa".
The album may have these smashes, but the rest of the album lacks. The highly over played "I Need A Girl Part 1" is on here (a track I never liked), and the same can be said for the highly out of place "Unfoolish" by Ashanti. The 112 remixes on the album are conjoined, which is terrible because "Dance With Me" is one of the best remixes of all time and its only Sigel's verse and then cuts immediatley into "Peaches and Cream". Cheri Dennis' track "So Complete" doesn't change at all except a verse from Diddy, "No More Drama" is a discrace to the tear jerking original & "Bad Boy For Life" is just plain stupid.
This album is missing the remix of "Lets Get It" with the new Bad Boy rappers, anything by Total, Ma$e, Dream, and Shyne, yet includes remixes by non-Bad Boy artists like Ashanti & Mary J. Blige. I was expecting a little bit more out of this album, but hopefully the second edition will be better. Diddy is one [heck] of a remix master, but this album does little to nothing to reflect that.
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Inventor is to blame for the death of pop! 7 Jun. 2002
By greverio - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Remix...Oh, the fabled remix.
What true talent must it take to steal a little from someone and little from someone else...and walk (strut) with pride for giving the old-schooler's their "props". If P-Diddy wants to take credit for the lack of originality in music the last few years, let him! Pop music is already filled (and has been filled) with dancers and bums yelling, "remix" and stinking up the airwaves. Maybe it's the [people] out there starving for anything radio stations play, but it's who's feeding them which is truly to blame.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
IF THEY INVENTED THIS,THEN THIS ISN'T MUCH TO BRAG ABOUT 17 Jun. 2002
By Julian Mosley - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
OK,I'll give Diddy his props,he did RE-INVENT the remix but this
scatterdash remix compliation isn't the correct display for Diddy's superior remixes.
Some of the hot ones on here are "Special Delivery" and "You Gets No Love" but the [bad] Ashanti remix along with the listless ones that Diddy re-crafted in latter years don't amount to much.As do the dry,sleepy mixes of "I Need A Girl".
Where are all the classic Mary J. mixes?For Pete's sake,where are all the B.I.G. remixes!! Craig Mack? Total's "No one Else" mix? Come on now,Diddy,a guy with an ego as a big as yours should've known better!!!
16 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Great album; A Cd for both R&B lovers and Harcore HipHoppers 22 May 2002
By Phil Silverware - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
P Diddy is one of the greatest hip-hop producers of all times. His first remix with Jodeci went platinum, selling 2.5 million. I expected great songs on this cd.
"Special Delivery" is one of the best songs on the cd. It brings back old Bad Boy Recording artist Craig Mack, who brings the song alive. This song has such a beat, its hard to describe.
"I Need a Girl Part 2" is much better than Part 1. This is dancible, too. P. Diddy and Loon's rap on it, while Genuwine and Mario Winans croon makes for a good song.
"Bad Boy for Life Remix" is such a funny song. They completely changed everything, and Busta Rhymes is screamin in the back round. It is strange, though, and hard on the ears. You can hear the music to the original song in the backround. It's a decent song.
"I Need a Girl Part.1" is the quieter, more relaxing part of the song. Usher sings, while P. Diddy and Loon again rap. It's a nice, slow song.
"Unfoolish" is a great song. Ashinti has a wonderful voice, and the late great Notorious B.I.G raps nicely. The music is the same as "Foolish", the only difference is B.I.G rapping and the lyrics. This is a song for all people that love R&B and Hip-Hop.
The "Dance With Me/Peaches and Cream remix" isn't really "Dance with Me", it just has Beanie Sigel's rap from it. Ludacris makes this song awesome, starting it off with his conventional, "Ludacris, shaken not stirrrred.." This is a nice dance song too.
The "No More Drama remix" is very good. Mary and Puffy hook up again, which always makes the song great. Mary's wonderful voice leads into P. Diddy's free style. Yet another good dance song.
"So Complete" is a nice slow song. Cheri Dennis has a wonderful voice. It's a good song, but not the best on the album. Then again, most of the songs are fast paced.
"Notorious B.I.G" remix is such a good song. It has a good beat. The whistles and bells are what give it the good beat. Notorious is one of the best rappers of all time. P. Diddy raps, of course, and Lil Kim is one of the best female rappers.
"That's Crazy" is a funny, happy song, with an all-star cast of rappers. It features; Missy Elliot, G. Dep, Diddy, Mark Curry, and Snoop Dogg. After every sentence, they go,"That's Crazy". It's a good song, but not the best on the album.
"Woke Up in the Morning" is a great song. B.I.G's rap is wonderful, and it fits the song. Carl Thomas has a good voice, but the lyrics are weak.
To end it, Faith Evans does a remix of her hit, "You Gets No Love." The music is from the 80's song by Annie Lennox, "Sweet Dreams." The song is good. But most of the time, I just skip ahead on my CD player to G. Dep's rap. His rhyming style on this song go perfectly with the music. He is a very good rapper, who complements Faith's voice.
Now that you have read my review, you can decide if you like this album or not. I gave it only 4 stars, because it could've used some of his first remixes. But if you like Diddy or remixes in general, this is a must.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
This cds straight dumb 22 May 2002
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Man this is just a buncha old diddy songs wit new background music and new artists, sounds the same as all the original songs. Nothing great they just threw this together in probably an hour. I wouldn't suggest it.
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