Power of The Damn Mixxxer

Power of the Damn Mixxxer
Released May 12, 2009
Recorded Sonic Ranch, Tornillo, Texas
Length 58:46
Label 13th Planet
Producer Chris Kniker, Tommy Victor
Prong chronology

Power of the Damager
Power of the Damn Mixxxer
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Type 3 Media 7/10 stars[2]

Power of the Damn Mixxxer is a remix album by the American heavy metal band Prong. The album consists of all the tracks from the 2007 album, Power of the Damager.

Track listing

No. Title Length
1. "Worst of It" (Remixed by Jon Clayden) 4:13
2. "Can't Stop The Bleeding" (Remixed by Xris Flam) 4:17
3. "The Banishment" (Remixed by Rob Caggiano) 5:52
4. "Power Of the Damager" (Remixed by Brian Harrah, Roman Marisak) 3:38
5. "3rd Option" (Remixed by Kourtney Klien) 3:45
6. "Pure Ether" (Remixed by AK1200, Genr8) 4:41
7. "Messages Inside Of Me" (Remixed by Seismologist) 3:46
8. "No Justice" (Remixed by DJ? Acucrack) 4:29
9. "Looking For Them" (Remixed by Virus of Dope) 4:05
10. "Spirit Guide" (Remixed by John Bechdel) 4:24
11. "Changing Ending Troubling Times" (Remixed by Ampedelic) 5:24
12. "The Banishment" (Remixed by Clayton Worbeck) 5:42
13. "Bad Fall" (Remixed by Greg Puciato) 4:22



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