Two albums, one release – yes, please!

deadmau5‘s upcoming double-album release, 5 Years of Mau5, is slated to be out on November 24th (Monday), and in anticipation for this fast approaching celebratory album, the final track listing has been released to Facebook! This double album featuring a collection of new and old tracks from deadmau5’s extensive back-catalogue is to be released by Ultra Music.

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Selected tracks for the album are remixed by some of dance music’s biggest and most happening names including Dillon Francis, Nero and Madeon. While Dillon Francis‘s remix of “Some Chords” has already hit the internet with exciting responses, Madeon’s classic “Raise Your Weapon” remix, deadmau5 vs Prydz’s rendition of “The Veldt,” and Nero’s remake of “Ghost n Stuff” will all be available on the “5 Years Of Mau5”.

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Now, not every track on the album is a brand new release but we’re pretty sure Mau5’s friends will be delighted to receive this beautiful compilation package of the best moments in deadmau5’s long and successful production career.

Check out the full tracklist below:

Photo via Dancing Astronaut
Photo via Dancing Astronaut

Additional remixes include:

iTunes Exclusive:

  • Maths – Cobra Effect Remix
  • Raise Your Weapon – Maywald Remix

Beatport Exclusive:

  • I Said – Michael Woods Said It Again ReEdit
  • Raise Your Weapon – Weiss Remix

Spotify Exclusive:

  • Raise Your Weapon – Michael Cassette Remix

We’ll leave you now with Dillion Francis’ remix of deadmau5’s epic hit track, “Some Chords”.

Enjoy:

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The double album is now available for pre-order here!

For more on Deadmau5, stalk him via these platforms: Website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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