|"Anti Anti (Remixes)"|
|Single by Bonaparte vs. Markus Lange|
|from the album Too Much|
|Released||June 5, 2009|
|Length||57:14 (Digital download)|
|Label||Freakz Me Out|
|Producer(s)||Tobias Jundt, Markus Lange|
|Bonaparte singles chronology|
Anti Anti (Remixes) is a single by the band Bonaparte in collaboration with electronic music producer Markus Lange. It offers a collection of electro, techno and minimal remixes of "Anti Anti", from the band's debut album Too Much . It was released by Freakz Me Out label in 2009.
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