The French duo have previously remixed songs by popular artists including Britney Spears, Daft Punk and N*E*R*D, but have now insisted that they are not keen to do many more.
Band member Gaspard Augé told Digital Spy: "We never really did remixes for any other purpose than working on artists' material that we liked.
"We were just happy to see our name on a Britney Spears record! All of this craziness over remixing is a little bit pointless because in the studio we have never listened to a remix of a track we like."
He added: "It's just crazy how people in the music industry are dying for us to do remixes. We were asked to do a Johnny Cash remix but it doesn't make any sense.
"When the song is already good, we can only make it worse."
Although Justice have just released second studio album Audio, Visual, Disco this week, Augé said that they already have ideas for the next record.
"We already have a few ideas for the next album," he explained. "When we finished Audio, Visual, Disco we still had the hunger to make more music, but we just had to stop and do the promo."
Justice's new album Audio, Video, Disco includes their new tracks 'Civilization' and 'Audio, Video, Disco', and is available to buy now.
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Watch the music video for Justice's 'Audio, Video, Disco' below: