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The Remix

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released May 3, 2010 | Streamline - Interscope

Originally released in Japan and then spreading out to other territories as her international star rose, Remix is precisely what it claims: remixed versions of Lady Gaga hits. At 17 tracks, it borders on overkill, but that’s fitting for Gaga, who has made excessiveness her raison d’être, and some of the included remixes are quite good, particularly when they come from either veterans of this game (Pet Shop Boys) or something approaching the latest fashion (Space Cowboy). That this is not an essential addition to Gaga’s canon goes without saying but there’s glitz and glamour to enjoy enough to enjoy this; perhaps not as much as Fame or Fame Monster, but enough to please those who have worn out either already. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Telephone

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2010 | Streamline - Interscope

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LoveGame

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released May 25, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

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The Fame Monster

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

Initially planned solely as a standard double-disc reissue in the wake of the blockbuster success of The Fame, Lady Gaga decided to release the new material as a separate EP called The Fame Monster in addition to the standard two-CD set, where it’s tacked onto a now standardized version of her debut. It’s a nice move for fans, plus it helps emphasize the new material, which does act as a bridge from the debut to a forthcoming full-length. Everything on The Fame Monster bears a galvanized Eurotrash finish, as evident on the heavy steel synths of “Bad Romance” and the updated ABBA revision “Alejandro,” as it is on the rock & roll ballad “Speechless” -- its big guitars lifted from Noel Gallagher -- and the wonderful, perverse march “Teeth.” Even the stuttering splices on “Telephone,” a duet with Beyoncé, leans to the other side of the Atlantic, which just emphasizes the otherness that’s become Gaga’s calling card. And even as she’s becoming omnipresent, with her songs mingling with those who co-opt her on the radio, she is still slightly skewed, willing to go so far over the top she goes beyond camp, yet still channeling it through songs that are written, not just hooks. The Fame Monster builds upon those strengths exhibited on The Fame, offering a credible expansion of the debut and suggesting she’s not just a fleeting pop phenomenon. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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Paparazzi

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

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The Cherrytree Sessions

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

Recorded live in the offices of Cherrytree Records, a branch of Lady Gaga’s label Interscope, The Cherrytree Sessions contains a cabaret-styled solo piano rendition of “Poker Face” and a stripped-down synth-only “Just Dance,” both effective showcases for Gaga’s charisma and songwriting. The EP is rounded out by a mix of “Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)” that contains nothing more than a human beatbox and a keyboard, a bare-bones mix that fits into this EP’s aesthetic. © Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo
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LoveGame The Remixes

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

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Paparazzi

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

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Eh, Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

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Christmas Tree

Lady Gaga

Ambient/New Age - Released January 5, 2009 | Streamline - Interscope

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Just Dance (Remixes)

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2008 | Streamline - Interscope

No one can accuse Lady Gaga of not giving the people what they want. “Just Dance,” the artist’s first single, is an urgent dancefloor filler that draws on Madonna, glam, ‘80s electro-pop, and deep house, trendy elements that not only push ubiquitous pleasure buttons but carry all the right cultural cachet in the late 2000s. But the up-and-coming dance-pop diva has the skill and flair to pull it off, as anyone who hears (and buys) “Just Dance” will find. Sexy, catchy, and eminently danceable, this single release is hard to resist. More of the same can be heard on THE FAME, Lada Gaga’s full-length debut released in 2008. © TiVo
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Poker Face

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2008 | Streamline - Interscope

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Poker Face

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2008 | Streamline - Interscope

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Just Dance

Lady Gaga

Pop - Released January 1, 2008 | Streamline - Interscope

No one can accuse Lady Gaga of not giving the people what they want. “Just Dance,” the artist’s first single, is an urgent dancefloor filler that draws on Madonna, glam, ‘80s electro-pop, and deep house, trendy elements that not only push ubiquitous pleasure buttons but carry all the right cultural cachet in the late 2000s. But the up-and-coming dance-pop diva has the skill and flair to pull it off, as anyone who hears (and buys) “Just Dance” will find. Sexy, catchy, and eminently danceable, this single release is hard to resist. More of the same can be heard on THE FAME, Lada Gaga’s full-length debut released in 2008. © TiVo