Almighty Heritage Showreel


Not content with just working on today's chart-topping hits, Almighty are always excited to roll out their red carpet for the heritage, international A-Listers that gave Almighty some of its first and best remix projects to date!

Music mega-corp Sony can take a bow as the first company to invite an Almighty Mix upon their artists. Delighted with the early results, they have gone on to enlist Almighty’s services for such diverse acts as alluring Antipodeans Savage Garden, Cabaret star Liza Minelli, and New Romantic rakes Duran Duran, not to mention US stars Anastasia and J-Lo!

Following this early success, Almighty were offered more and more commissions and things really exploded when one of the defining divas of all time, Cher, staged possibly the greatest comeback in pop music history! In 1998, she unveiled the all-conquering dance anthem ‘Believe’ and its accompanying album - and Almighty were right there with her…


While ‘Believe’ ruled the airwaves from Britannia to Brisbane, her management asked Almighty to remix three more tracks from the album (as well as two from its follow-up), in a move that would underline her reinvention as a dance-pop, demi-goddess, and help her regain pole position in the playlists of every club in the world.

The ravishing results of ‘Believe’, ‘Strong Enough’, ‘All Or Nothing’ and ‘Dove l’Amore’ would act as ambassadors for Almighty’s must-have mix powers, and supply the sonic sampler they needed to leave everyone in the music industry wanting a taste. (Now, in 2010 Cher and Almighty have teamed up once again on the hot new track from the forthcoming movie release - 'Burlesque'!)


By the end of the 90s, Almighty - The Remixers had become, without a doubt, the definitive remixers du jour, receiving the baton from previous top dogs Motiv8, as clubbers across the land turned their sexy backs on the harsher sounds of the prevailing house scene towards candy beats and tuneful treats which were altogether more light-hearted, more care-free, more pop!

Almighty are the perfect pop remixers and applied their irresistible 'Pop'd Up' sound to A-Listers from every corner of the globe... their highly sought after heritage tracks range from Elvis to Debbie Harry, Agnetha Faltskog (ABBA!) to Gloria Gaynor, Donna Summer to Elton John... demonstrating their far-reaching appeal!

Almighty recently created a special commemorative package of Cilla Black remixes to celebrate Cilla's 45th year in the music biz. An array of original hit singles and album tracks held at Abbey Road were given a club makeover - four of them by Almighty!

Plus we can't forget one of the most exciting projects in all of our history…


Almighty travelled back through time to a golden age of music, a time when funky basslines hugged your hips, sparkling melodies stroked your soul, and the stars of the stage knew the true meaning of glamour: Motown!

Not only did Almighty turn their hands to the fabulous songs from the original production of the legendary Dream Girls show (brought to life on the silver screen in a major movie adaptation featuring the silk-smooth James Foxx and the bootylicious Beyoncé), they also headed straight for the source, the real-life inspiration for the Dream Girls story: Diana Ross & the Supremes.

In collaboration with Universal/Motown and using the original, timeless, studio master recordings, Almighty created ‘We Love Diana Ross’!

The Almighty Heritage Showreel also showcases some of the biggest acts of today such as Katy Perry and Alexandra Burke!  Check out the Almighty 2011 Showreel for more of today's top artists!


Check out Almighty's complete remixography, which showcases the full, glittering array of red carpet royalty...

Almighty Heritage Showreel

Disc 1
1. Alexandra Burke — The Silence (Almighty Mix)
2. Kylie Minogue — Your Disco Needs You (Almighty Mix)
3. Elvis Presley — Suspicious Minds (Almighty Mix)
4. Cilla Black — Something Tells Me (Almighty Mix)
6. Christina Aguilera — The Voice Within (Almighty Mix)
7. Katy Perry — Hot N' Cold (Almighty Mix)
8. Diana Ross — Touch Me In The Morning (Almighty Mix)
9. Girls Aloud — Untouchable (Almighty Mix)
10. The Saturdays — Ego (Almighty Mix)
11. Agnetha Faltskog — When You Walk In The Room (Almighty Mix)
12. Cher — Believe (Almighty Mix)