Friday, August 22, 2008
01. Complicated (Remix)
02. Don't Tell Me (Remix)
03. Everything Back But You (Psy-Trance DJ Touret)
04. Girlfriend (DJ Echo Remix)
05. When You're Gone (Spearkerbox Club Mix)
06. I Can Do Better (Remix)
07. I'm With You (Tribal Dance Remix)
08. Things I'll Never Say (Remix)
09. My Happy Ending (Remix Blash)
10. Nobody's Fool (Remix)
11. Nobody's Home (Idan Shir Chen Exclusive Remix)
12. Runaway (DJ Sam Out Of Range Edit)
13. Sk8erBoy (Remix Dance DJ Touret)
14. Knockin' On Heaven's Door (Remix)
15. Hot (Remix)
Here is a list of Avril Lavigne remixes enjoy!
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Even celebrities have their low points, and last night Avril Lavigne looked a bit disheveled and downcast as she left Katsuya sushi restaurant in West Hollywood, California.
The “Girlfriend” songstress relied on the support of a gal pal as she made her way from the exit to an SUV that was waiting for her. Lavigne’s hubby Deryck Whibley followed shortly after in his black Porsche.
Perhaps Avril was lamenting the news that she may be banned from playing her August 29th show in the Malaysian Capitol city of Kuala Lumpur due to her “too sexy” image.
Malaysia’s Islamic opposition party, the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party is trying to shut down the show, saying that she would promote the wrong values just before the country’s August 31 independence day holiday.
One party official told press, “It is considered too sexy for us. ... It’s not good for viewers in Malaysia. We don’t want our people, our teenagers, influenced by their performance. We want clean artists, artists that are good role models.”
Kuala Lumpur - The youth wing of Malaysia's hardline opposition Islamic party Wednesday called for banning a concert by Canadian pop star Avril Lavigne later this month, saying the singer's 'prancing' performances were not suitable for locals.
The 23-year-old singer is scheduled to hold a concert, her first in the Muslim-majority nation, in the capital Kuala Lumpur on August 29.
However, the opposition Parti Islam SeMalaysia (PAS) youth wing slammed the organizers for approving the show, saying the young pop-punk star's loud shows were not in line with local culture.
'This show is not suitable for our local culture,' said Herman Samsudeen, the wing's information chief.
'Our independence month should be marked by respect ... and not remembered by inviting the offsprings of colonists who will teach our children how to become modern monkeys, prancing around without any purpose,' he said in a statement.
Malaysia celebrates it's 51st year of independence of Britain on August 31.
'Approving this concert is a great insult,' the statement said.
Herman said the party would send an official protest note to the government to call for cancelling the show.
A party official declined to comment, as Lavigne holds Canadian nationality, saying only that Western influences in general were 'damaging' to local culture.
PAS, which has been in control of the northeastern state of Kelantan since 1990, has imposed strict religious laws dictating dress and all forms of entertainment in the state.
Among others, women entertainers are not allowed to perform in public, and men and women have to sit separately in cinemas