Above is the recently extremely-extended remixed version of Kate Bush's big 1978 hit "Wuthering Hieghts" (an historic song because in 1978 when it topped the UK charts it was the first time a woman had a UK number one with a self-written song - and Bush was only 19 at the time) which has been stretched out to about nine times its original length - clocking in here at about 36 minutes. This remix method which takes the Chopped & Screwed remix style to a whole other level (that style, associated with the late great Texas DJ Screw, would slow down the BPM of rap songs to about half the original speed & add in various effects) slows down the original by stretching it out to six or eight times the original time. Hence why Kate Bush's song, which originally clocked in at about 4 and a half minutes, is now almost 36 minutes long in the "Ultra Slow" remix.
This stretched-style of remixing, which is pretty easy (and fun) to do, can make for some great remixes - although it is often hit and miss. I have personally done a bunch, using Peak Pro program and extending or stretching out the time to usually 8 times the original length, and come up with some good results. One that worked great for me was Joni Mitchell's "Blue" which, like the Kate Bush remix above, becomes transformed into this other-worldly mood-piece taking two minutes for MItchelll just to sing the opening five words of the song's lyrics - "Blue, songs are like tattoos." For those wishing to hear the original version of "Wuthering Heights" below is a 2011 remastered version of the Kate Bush recording which was number one on the UK charts in 1978. Look for it and Kate Bush's other music at the Amoeba online shop.