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Tritonal, Adam Lambert 'Broken' Given Uptempo Remix By Codeko: Premiere

By Ryan Middleton ryan.middleton@musictimes.com | Nov 04, 2016 12:25 PM EDT

Tritonal has released the remix package for the biggest song from their new album Painting With Dreams. The American duo collaborated with Adam Lambert on pop-dance single "Broken" and seven other producers have reimagined it. We have the pleasure of premiering the remix by UK producer Codeko.

Codeko doesn't veer too far away from the original idea from the original, but injects from more energy into his own remix. He keeps Adam Lambert's vocals and then turns up the drop with a mix of synths and fast-paced percussion.

He then draws on some UK influences for the break, adding a jogging bass line that gives the track a more up-tempo danceable beat.

Things then quiet down before Lambert's voice leads into the second drop, which adds even more percussion and energy to the song. In a remix package that features efforts by the likes of Cash Cash, Toby Green and others, Codeko's is the clear standout of the bunch.

The Electric Zoo anthem creator spoke about the opportunity to make this remix.

"When Tritonal reached out asking me to do a remix off their new album, Painting with Dreams, I was ecstatic. 'Broken' is such a great tune, in no small part due to Adam Lambert's fantastic vocals, and was a track I already knew and loved," he said in a statement to Music Times. "By changing the BPM and chord progression, I was able to keep the essence of the original, but incorporate my own direction into the remix, resulting in a energetic, uplifting track I am very proud of."

Stream the remix below and pick it up here.

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