LeAnn Rimes Aims for the Dance Floor With Remix Album

“Dance Like You Don’t Give a . . . Greatest Hits Remixes” will be available Aug. 5.

Great singer that she is, LeAnn Rimes has flirted with pop music on several occasions, notably the single “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” from the Coyote Ugly soundtrack.

Now, LeAnn is heading right for the dance floor with a new remixed collection of her hits called Dance Like You Don’t Give a . . . Greatest Hits Remixes, which will be available Aug. 5.

The album features reimagined versions of her hits like “What I Can Not Change” and “How Do I Live” from renowned producer/remixers such as Dave Aude and Kaskade. Fans can already download “Help Me Make It Through the Night” on iTunes, while “You’ve Ruined Me” will be out July 22 and “Crazy Women” will hit July 29.

“Everyone knows I love to dance,” said LeAnn in a statement. “What better way to celebrate the next chapter of my music than to remix some of my favorite hits from over the years to get my fans out on the dance floor shaking their asses.”

Check out the Alias remix of “Can’t Fight the Moonlight” below.

Tracklist:

  1. Gasoline and Matches (w/ Rob Thomas and Jeff Beck) — Dave Aude Remix
  2. What I Cannot Change — Kaskade Remix
  3. Crazy Women — 7th Heaven Remix
  4. I Need You — Digital Dogs Remix
  5. Help Me Make It Through the Night — Fear Of Tigers Remix
  6. Spitfire — Fagault and Marina Remix
  7. Can’t Fight the Moonlight — Alias Remix
  8. You’ve Ruined Me — Dave Aude Remix
  9. How Do I Live — Cahill Remix
  10. Strong — Cicada Mix
  11. Nothin’ Better to Do — Soul Seekerz Remix
  12. Headphones — Headspinnerz Remix
  13. Grace (w/ Crystal Method)

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