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Remixion (stylized as REMIXion, Japanese pronunciation: [ɾimiꜜkkɯ̥ɕoɴ) is a remix extended play by Japanese band Sakanaction. Remixion_sentence_0

It was released on October 5, 2008 through Victor Entertainment sublabel BabeStar exclusively as a paid download. Remixion_sentence_1

Background and production Remixion_section_0

Sakanaction was first formed in the summer of 2005 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, and released their debut album Go to the Future in May 2007. Remixion_sentence_2

For the rest of the year, the band worked on the production of their second album Night Fishing, which was released only half a year after their debut work, in January 2008. Remixion_sentence_3

In August 2008, Sakanaction released their first digital exclusive extended play, 'Night Fishing Is Good' Tour 2008 in Sapporo, a release that compiled live takes of songs performed at their March 8, 2008 concert at Penny Lane 24 in Sapporo. Remixion_sentence_4

The extended play was commercially successful, managing to top iTunes Japan's rock chart, surpassing British band Coldplay's Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends (2008). Remixion_sentence_5

Remixion featured remixes of two songs, "Mikazuki Sunset" from Go to the Future (2007) and "Sample" from Night Fishing (2008). Remixion_sentence_6

"Mikazuki Sunset" was remixed by Japanese DJ Fantastic Plastic Machine, and "Sample" by Sapporo-based DJ Kuniyuki. Remixion_sentence_7

Fantastic Plastic Machine uploaded the remix of "Mikazuki Sunset" to his official MySpace to promote the release. Remixion_sentence_8

Kuniyuki re-released his remix of "Sample" on his 2013 vinyl record Remix Collection. Remixion_sentence_9

Both songs from the extended play were compiled on the band's compilation album Natsukashii Tsuki wa Atarashii Tsuki: Coupling & Remix Works (2015). Remixion_sentence_10

Track listing Remixion_section_1

All tracks are written by Ichiro Yamaguchi. Remixion_sentence_11

Release history Remixion_section_2


RegionRemixion_header_cell_0_0_0 DateRemixion_header_cell_0_0_1 FormatRemixion_header_cell_0_0_2 Distributing LabelRemixion_header_cell_0_0_3 Catalogue codesRemixion_header_cell_0_0_4
JapanRemixion_cell_0_1_0 October 15, 2008 (2008-10-15)Remixion_cell_0_1_1 digital downloadRemixion_cell_0_1_2 BabeStar LabelRemixion_cell_0_1_3 VEAML-22605Remixion_cell_0_1_4
South KoreaRemixion_cell_0_2_0 May 1, 2009 (2009-05-01)Remixion_cell_0_2_1 J-Box EntertainmentRemixion_cell_0_2_2 Remixion_cell_0_2_3

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