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The Very Best of Jump5 Remixed


Download links and information about The Very Best of Jump5 Remixed by Jump5. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Gospel, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 14 tracks with total duration of 48:17 minutes.

Artist: Jump5
Release date: 2004
Genre: Gospel, Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 14
Duration: 48:17
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No. Title Length
1. Start Jumpin' (Double Dutch Remix) 3:29
2. Wonderful (Chunky Style Remix) 3:42
3. Pressure (Berlin Remix) 4:30
4. Messing With Me 1:30
5. Do Ya (Rec Room Remix) 3:59
6. Spinnin' Around (Whirlwind Remix) 3:56
7. All I Can Do (The Historemix Remix) 4:08
8. Throw Your Hands Up (Rec Room Remix) 4:10
9. Beat Box Session 1:17
10. Joyride (Great People Remix) 3:56
11. Why Do I Do (Bestes Remix) 4:02
12. We Are Family (Ghostmix Remix) 4:49
13. Celebration (Remix) 3:18
14. Mix It Up 1:31



Jump5's down a member since the 2003 departure of Libby Hodges. But Brittany Hargest, Brandon Hargest, Lesley Moore, and Chris Fedun are transitioning nicely from happy-go-lucky teen music to professionally produced, faith-based dance-pop, and this set offers a look back as you wait for their next move. Fans can revisit the high-pitched sugar high of 2001's "Spinnin' Around" and the aerobic worship song "Throw Your Hands Up" from 2002's All the Time in the World. But there's also new material here, a reserved cover of Michael W. Smith's "Friends" as well as "Don't Run Away" and "Beautiful to Me," two more dance-pop CCM anthems in the vein of 2004's Dreaming in Color. Very Best skips over that album's irresistible "In My Heart," but it includes "Dance with Me" and "It's a Beautiful World." Accelerate, meanwhile, is represented by "We Are Family" and the goofy self-deprecation of "Do Ya." The collection excludes Jump's versions of "Freeze Frame" and "Walking on Sunshine," which probably both deserved to be here. But it does include an earnest, if somewhat stilted cover of Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA." Very Best of Jump5 is nowhere near comprehensive, and in fact repeats what's already been released numerous times on remixes, singles, albums, and soundtracks. But it still gets away with being bright, buoyant, and relentlessly delightful, mostly because Brittany, Lesley, Brandon, and Chris sing from inside a shiny and impenetrable bubble of positivity. No one can be this happy all the time, this ready to dance and jump around. Or can they? Ain't no stopping them now; Jump5's on the move.