Tommie Sunshine

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He's a record producer, remixer, DJ and songwriter of electronic music, born 1971 in Chicago, currently living in Brooklyn, New York.

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Probably his best known work is creating dance remixes Rock and Alternative songs, by the likes of Fall Out Boy, Panic! at the Disco, Good Charlotte, Hellogoodbye, Mindless Self Indulgence, P.O.D., Kelis, Kill Hannah, Shiny Toy Guns, and many more.

Currently he works with The Disco Fries and also as a trio with Bart B More and RipTidE under the name Horsepower.

In the past he has collaborated with artists such as Felix Da Housecat, Miss Kittin, Marc Romboy, Mark Verbos, Tomcraft, The Aston Shuffle, James Murphy and DJ Hell.

2006 ticked around, and he found himself remixing the hit songs from the album "You'll Rebel to Anything," "Shut Me Up" and "Straight to Video" by "Mindless Self Indulgence" for their EP "Shut Me Up (The Remixes + 3)." In the same year, also, in that same year, he remixed another hit song by the same band, "What Do They Know," for the band's other EP, "Another Mindless Rip Off."

2007, saw him releasing a compilation album through the Ultra Records label as part of their dance compilation CD series titled Ultra.Rock Remixed containing some of his most popular remixes. The follow-up mix CD, Relax This Won't Hurt, was released October 2008.

Also in 2008, Tommie Sunshine remixed Yoko Ono's new version of Give Peace A Chance for a 12", which hit number 1 in the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play Chart.

He also got involved in the music production for Konami's Dance Dance Revolution game, DDR X.

He contributed 2 original songs for the game, along with his "Brooklyn Fire Re-Touch" mix of Wine Red by The Hush Sound. He also re-affiliated himself with "Mindless Self Indulgence," remixing their hit song from their "If" album, "Never Wanted to Dance."

2010, he remixed Amanda Lear's new single I'm Coming Up.

2012, he created a megamix of the Katy Perry singles that came from the album Teenage Dream. Named Tommie Sunshine's Megasix Smash-Up, it was featured on the re-release.