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Kings of Leon Get Remix Treatment From Lots Of Well Dressed Music Folks (and Linkin Park)

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If we had to guess how Mark Ronson, Pharrell and Justin Timberlake have all been using up their spare time for the last few months, home-fried Southern rock remixing wouldn't have been it.
But even before an official Kings of Leon album was even in the mix, Timberlake and Pharrell were allegedly reworking the Tennessee-based band of brothers' tunes. And while it's often been more of a question as to what Pharrell's not into than what he is, it's still sort of fun to imagine him listening to say the seven-plus minute epic that is "Knocked Up" and decide where it could use more space drums. Drummer Nathan Followill told Billboard Ronson, Kenna, Lykke Li and Linkin Park will also contribute tracks to the album. The band also just shot footage for an upcoming live DVD in London. Neither of these projects have a slated release date.

Kings of Leon Get Remix Treatment From Lots Of Well Dressed Music Folks (and Linkin Park)