Lady Gaga's fans in the U.S. will finally be able to pick up the pop star's collection of revamped hits, Lady Gaga — The Remix when the album hits stores Stateside on August 3. The album — which features reworked hits from production stars such as Madonna collaborator Stuart Price and artists like dance-pop band Passion Pit — has already sold more than 500,000 units internationally.
The album features 10 tracks from Gaga's albums The Fame and The Fame Monster. Gaga's Little Monsters can bump remixed versions of hits like "Alejandro," "Bad Romance," "Just Dance," "LoveGame," "Paparazzi," "Poker Face" and "Telephone."
Lady Gaga — The Remix should allow fans to experience the ubiquitous singer's major hits in a new way. Mother Monster is already cementing her superstar status by becoming the first living person to collect more than 10 million Facebook fans, a staggering figure that even bests President Barack Obama (Gaga also has more Twitter followers and YouTube subscribers than the prez).
The album should tide over Gaga's fans until the pop star unleashes her follow-up to The Fame Monster. However, there is a light at the end of the tunnel: The star recently revealed that she has finished recording her next album. "I've been working on it for months now, and I feel very strongly that it's finished right now," Gaga told Rolling Stone. "It came so quickly. Some artists take years; I don't. I write music every day."
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