Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes
LeAnn Rimes - Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes
Released August 5, 2014
Recorded 1997-2014
Length 55:35
Label Curb
Producer Dann Huff,
Wilbur C. Rimes,
LeAnn Rimes,
Darrell Brown,
Mike Curb,
Chuck Howard,
Trevor Horn,
Vince Gill,
John Hobbs,
Justin Niebamk,
The Crystal Method,
Bryan Stewart
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The Best of LeAnn Rimes: Remixed
Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes
All-Time Greatest Hits

Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes is the third greatest hits album by American country music artist LeAnn Rimes and her second remix album. It was originally intended to have a June 2014[1] release but was postponed to August 5, 2014, where it was released via digital download by Curb Records.[2][3] It was also released exclusively at Walmart stores for a limited time packaged together with her Greatest Hits album.[4] The album consists of remixes of songs from Rimes' albums released between 2007 and 2013 (Family, Lady & Gentlemen and Spitfire) and some previous unreleased remixes of prior hits as well as a remixes of two songs released on Whatever We Wanna. The album also consists of Rimes' song "Grace" which was previously released on The Cyrstal Method's eponymous album.


In an interview with Country Weekly Rimes stated: "Everyone knows I love to dance. What better way to celebrate the next chapter of my music than to remix some of my favorite hits from over the years to get my fans out on the dance floor shaking their asses."[5] The album consists of remixes of Rimes' Top 20 Hot 100 singles as well as newer remixes of older hits. For the remixes to "Crazy Women" and "Spitfire", Rimes went back into the studio to record new vocals for the songs.[6]

Chart performanceEdit

The album debuted at number sixteen on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums, becoming Rimes' first album to ever enter the chart. However, due to the CD set released exclusively at Walmart containing Rimes' previously released Greatest Hits album the sales for that set, 2,000 units, were ineligible to be included with the stand alone album and as such charted at number nineteen, three spots below it, on the Dance/Electronic Albums chart.[6] The album peaked at number fifty on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.[7]

Track listingEdit

No. TitleWriter(s)Producer(s) Length
1. "Gasoline and Matches" (Dave Aude Remix) (featuring Rob Thomas and Jeff Beck)Buddy Miller, Julie MillerRimes, Darrell Brown 4:43
2. "What I Cannot Change" (Kaskade Remix)Rimes, BrownDann Huff 3:38
3. "Crazy Women" (7th Heaven Remix)Brandy Clark, Jessie Jo Dillon, Shane McAnallyRimes, Brown 3:21
4. "I Need You" (Digital Dog Remix)Dennis Matkosky, Ty LacyWilbur C. Rimes, Rimes 4:48
5. "Help Me Make It Through the Night" (Fear of Tigers Remix)Kris KristoffersonVince Gill, Brown, Rimes, John Hobbs, Justin Niebamk 3:07
6. "Spitfire" (Fagault and Marina Remix)Rimes, Brown, David BaerwaldRimes, Brown 3:52
7. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Alias Remix)Diane WarrenTrevor Horn 4:58
8. "You've Ruined Me" (Dave Aude Remix)Rimes, Brown, John ShanksRimes, Brown 3:51
9. "How Do I Live" (Cahill Remix)WarrenWilbur C. Rimes, Chuck Howard, Mike Curb 6:29
10. "Strong" (Cicada Remix)Matkosky, Jess Cates, RimesHuff 4:48
11. "Nothin' Better to Do" (Soul Seekerz Remix)Rimes, Dean Sheremet, BrownHuff 3:15
12. "Headphones" (Headspinners Remix)Blair Daly, Matkosky, RimesHuff 3:39
13. "Grace" (with The Crystal Method)Rimes, Brown, Kenneth Jordan, Scott KirklandThe Crystal Method 5:06
Total length:

Credits and personnelEdit

Additional credits for Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes adapted from liner notes.[8]

  • Darrell Brown - executive producer
  • LeAnn Rimes - executive producer, lead vocals, primary artist
  • Bryan Stewart - executive producer
  • Dan Tyminski - backing vocals
  • Rob Thomas - vocals
  • Dave Aude - remix
  • Cahill - remix
  • Jon Dixon - remix (7th Heaven Production)
  • Andy Wetson - remix (7th Heaven Production)
  • Kaskade - remix
  • Digital Dogs - remix
  • The Crystal Method - mixing, vocals
  • Almighty - remix
  • Soul Seekerz - remix
  • Cicada - remix
  • Fear of Tigers - remix
  • Eugeniy Kolesnikov - remix (Fagault & Marina)
  • Marina Zaretskaya - remix (Fagault & Marina)
  • Angelo "Pepe" Skordos - remix A&R coordination
  • Bill Coleman - remix A&R coordination
  • Steve MacMillan - engineering, mixing
  • Tim Weidner - additional engineering
  • Greg Hunt - additional engineering, chief engineer
  • Gary Leach - additional engineering, assistant engineer
  • Austin Deptula - additional engineering, assistant engineer
  • J. Gingell - keyboards, programming
  • B. Stone - keyboards, programming
  • The Alias - remix
  • Pete Hofmann - mixing


Weekly ChartsEdit

Chart (2014) Peak
US Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard)[6] 16
US Dance/Electronic Albums (Billboard) (2 CD Set)[6] 19
US Top Country Albums (Billboard)[7] 50

Alternate CoversEdit


  • The limited edition two disc release at Walmart was the only way to get a physical CD copy of the album in the US. The limited edition two disc release has since been discontinued.


  1. Dauphin, Chuck (May 19, 2014). "LeAnn Rimes to Sing National Anthem at Indy 500". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved July 29, 2014. 
  2. "Dance Like You Don't Give A....Greatest Remixes". Retrieved July 29, 2014. 
  3. "Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes by LeAnn Rimes". iTunes Store. Apple, Inc. Retrieved July 29, 2014. 
  4. "Greatest Hits Limited Edition (2CD)". Walmart Stores, Inc. Archived from the original on August 6, 2018. Retrieved July 30, 2014. 
  5. Freeman, Jon (July 16, 2014). "LeAnn Rimes Aims for the Dance Floor With Remix Album". Country Weekly. American Media, Inc. Retrieved July 30, 2014. 
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 Murray, Gordon (August 15, 2014). "Remixed LeAnn Rimes Debuts on Dance/Electronic Albums". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved August 16, 2014. 
  7. 7.0 7.1 "LeAnn Rimes - Awards". Allmusic. Retrieved November 18, 2014. 
  8. Dance Like You Don't Give A.... Greatest Hits Remixes (Compact disc liner notes). LeAnn Rimes. Curb Records. 2014. D2-79388. 
LeAnn Rimes albums

Main article: LeAnn Rimes discography

Independent albums

Studio albums


Extended Plays

Live albums


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