Remix collections are never the most-loved albums in an artist’s collection — you could probably re-tile the Great Wall of China with all the copies of J to tha L-O sitting in secondhand CD stores across the world — but Ke$ha’s effort is a tidy little stopgap before her next album. At 10 tracks, it doesn’t outstay its welcome, and the remixers are top-shelf: Fred Falke gives We R Who We R his usual disco sheen, Cirkut up the hard electro sounds on Blow, and the eccentric Andre 3000 even makes an appearance on Sleazy.

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