A new BritneySpears remix album is set for release at the end of this month, entitled "B In The Mix: The Remixes".
The album, which features reworkings of Spears tracks from throughout her career, is being released with little fanfare or media promotion.
Amongst the remixers are Stuart Price from Les Rhythms Digitales, who has produced the new Madonna album, "Confessions On A Dancefloor".
Junkie XL, Jason Nevins, Peter Rauhofer and Bill Hamel are amongst the other remixers, with the latter reportedly delivering an eight-minute trance remix of "Touch of My Hand".
There is one new song on the album, "And Then We Kiss", which has been reworked by Junkie XL, according to MTV, and can currently be heard in a host of Yahoo!`s LAUNCHcast radio stations.
Spears doesn`t even appear on the artwork for the album - pictured - which is due to be released on November 22.
Meanwhile a copyright-infringement lawsuit that was filed against BritneySpears back in May by an Indiana songwriter, who`d claimed he penned Brit`s song "Sometimes," has been dismissed. Spears` attorney David Baum told The Associated Press that his client "demonstrate[d] without question that the song was written completely by Jцrgen Elofsson," who also wrote the track "(You Drive Me) Crazy." In his suit, Steve Wallace claimed he`d written the song back in 1990, but didn`t copyright it until 2003 - four years after the track appeared on Britney`s ... Baby One More Time. Wallace executed what`s known as a "poor man`s" copyright, when he mailed a copy of the song to himself in 1990. Wallace also presented the court with an e-mail he claims Spears wrote to him, which read, "I now know for a fact that you wrote [`Sometimes`]. But there`s nothing I can do about it. That`s all I can say about it." Baum said the e-mail was an obvious fake.