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Cowboy Bebop Remixes: Music for Freelance
CDRemixFreelance
Remix album by The Seatbelts
Released June 6 1999
Recorded Various
Genre Jazz, Electronic music
Length 40:27
Label Elektra Records
Producer(s) Yoko Kanno
The Seatbelts chronology
Blue
(1999)
Remixes: Music for Freelance
(1999)
Ask DNA
(2001)


Cowboy Bebop Remixes: Music for Freelance (カウボーイ ビバップ リミキシーズ ミュージック フォー フリーランス Kaubōi Bibappu rimikishīzu myûshkku fō furīransu) is a collection of songs by The Seatbelts, remixed by popular American and British DJ's, including many from the popular Ninja Tune label. The premise of the album is that the CD is a recording of a pirate radio station, and each song is humorously introduced by the DJ, in English. These tracks are called the "Radio Free Mars Talks". They are credited as follows:


Cowboy Bebop Remixes: Music for Freelance tracklist
Disc 1
  1. "Radio Free Mars Talk 1" – 1:13
  2. "Tank!" (Luke Vibert Remix) – 3:37
  3. "Radio Free Mars Talk 2" – 0:39
  4. "Forever Broke" (Fila Brazillia Remix) – 5:23
  5. "Radio Free Mars Talk 3" – 0:35
  6. "Cats on Mars" (DMX Krew Remix) – 3:50
  7. "Radio Free Mars Talk 4" – 0:49
  8. "Piano Black" (Ian O'Brien Remix) – 6:51
  9. "Cat Blues" (Mr. Scruff Remix) – 4:50
  10. "Radio Free Mars Talk 5" – 0:44
  11. "Fe" (DJ Vadim Remix) – 3:50
  12. "Fantaisie Sign" (Ian Pooley Remix) – 5:18
  13. "Radio Free Mars Talk 6" – 0:26
  14. "Space Lion" (4 Hero Remix) – 6:19
  15. "Radio Free Mars Talk 7" – 0:23

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