Remixed to Hell: A Tribute to AC/DC

Remixed to Hell: A Tribute to AC/DC

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Cleopatra's Remixed to Hell: A Tribute to AC/DC is a rather odd proposition: The lead vocalists of '80s metal bands perform covers of AC/DC tunes, which are then remixed by Cleopatra's stable of goth/industrial dance artists. The latter provides the dominant flavor, so AC/DC fans who dislike industrial dance music are advised to steer

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Cleopatra's Remixed to Hell: A Tribute to AC/DC is a rather odd proposition: The lead vocalists of '80s metal bands perform covers of AC/DC tunes, which are then remixed by Cleopatra's stable of goth/industrial dance artists. The latter provides the dominant flavor, so AC/DC fans who dislike industrial dance music are advised to steer clear; those open to the hybrid will likely find it intriguing and novel.

Product Details

Release Date:
05/16/2000
Label:
Cleopatra
UPC:
0741157078329
catalogNumber:
783

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Godflesh   Track Performer
Sister Machine Gun   Track Performer
Carlos Cavazo   Guitar
Phil Collen   Guitar
Whitfield Crane   Track Performer
Kevin DuBrow   Vocals
Klaus Eichstadt   Track Performer
Tracii Guns   Guitar
Scott Ian   Track Performer
Bob Kulick   Track Performer
Jake E. Lee   Guitar
Joe Lesté   Vocals
Dave Meniketti   Guitar,Vocals
Stephen Pearcy   Vocals
Dee Snider   Track Performer
Joe Lynn Turner   Vocals
Mike Kendal   Track Performer
Lemmy Kilmister   Track Performer
Jack Russel   Track Performer
John Corbal   Track Performer

Technical Credits

Bon Scott   Composer
Fred Coury   Remixing
Tony James   Remixing
Angus Young   Composer
Malcolm Young   Composer
Brian Haught   Remixing
Charlie Abbott   Composer

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Remixed to Hell: A Tribute to AC/DC 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is so stupid. The bands on this album should at least try and play the same song. Take the version of Highway to Hell for example: You can't even tell what it is without listening to the lyrics. This album is entirely a disgrace to AC/DC.