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For the guidelines that apply to OverClocked ReMix tracks, see OC ReMix Series Style.

(Re)mix and version information of a song represented by a track must be entered in parentheses after the track's Main Title. The title of the mix/version and other proper names are formatted according to the Capitalization Standard, the other parts of this extra information must be put in lower case.

This guidelines is a sub-style of the more general Extra Title Information Style.

Ordering of Extra Title Information which includes Featuring Artist Style, Part Number, Track Version can be found under Track Title.


  • Blue (extended mix)
  • Bust the Future Wall (DJ Visage remix)
  • The Great Rock 'n' Roll Swindle (remix Juhannus by Sami Koivikko)
  • Talking All That Jazz (Torti's Old School Mix of Edits dub)
  • Bear Witness (Automator's 2 Turntables and a Razor Blade re-edit)
  • Disciple (demo)