Cascada evacuate the dancefloor

Cascada evacuate the dancefloor

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«Evacuate the Dancefloor» es una canción del grupo alemán Cascada perteneciente a su tercer álbum de estudio del mismo nombre. La canción cuenta con un rap del rapero afroalemán Carlprit y fue lanzada como single principal del álbum el 29 de junio de 2009[1].

La canción alcanzó el número cinco en la lista de singles alemana. Fuera de Alemania, el sencillo se situó en el primer puesto de las listas de los Países Bajos y el Reino Unido. También se convirtió en el tercer número uno de la banda en la lista Billboard Hot Dance Airplay de EE.UU. y en su segundo éxito en la lista Billboard Hot 100 de EE.UU., después de «Everytime We Touch» de 2006. El sencillo llegó a los diez primeros puestos de las listas en varios países como Australia, Canadá, Francia, Alemania, Nueva Zelanda y la República de Irlanda, y a los treinta primeros en Estados Unidos. El tema apareció en el videojuego Dance Central de Kinect para Xbox 360, así como en los anuncios de televisión del juego.

Eshuijs dijo a HitQuarters que él y Yanou eligieron la frase del título porque simplemente querían decir algo diferente. Después de decidir que el gancho debía ser «algo-algo-pista de baile», consiguieron completar la frase buscando en Google «palabras bonitas y combinaciones raras de palabras». Luego construyeron la historia de la canción en torno a ella[2].

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Evacuate’ was an important turn in the style of Cascada, who had developed the most bacaluti europop for clubs, and had swept the charts with cover versions of singles like ‘Truly Madly Deeply’ or ‘What Hurts The Most’, as well as with their own songs like ‘Everytime We Touch’ or ‘Miracle’. In the middle of 2009, the group opted to turn to pop and abandon the more forceful dance sound with this new single, which clearly drank from the trend created by RedOne in their productions for the first Lady Gaga.

With the RedOne sound, but produced by the usual team, ‘Evacuate The Dancefloor’ marked a new direction for Cascada that they would retain until practically 2015, when they returned to eurodance and later turned, with rather little success, towards tropical.

Otherwise, lots of SECSI shots of Cascada lying down rubbing herself, lots of impossible two-tone hair molded with a curling iron, lots of gestures as exaggerated as the song’s fantastic lyrics («evacuate the dancefloor, it’s infected me with sound!») and the feeling that all the people there have snuck into the building taking advantage of its regular inhabitants being on vacation at the cottage.

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2. Music video The premiere of the video was supposed to be on the evening of May 17, 2009 on the Clubbland website, but it was postponed due to problems of transportation for the tape from Los Angeles to the UK. The video was posted the following day. The video shows Horler sitting in front of lights in a club surrounded by people. Dancers are then shown while she sings in a doorway. Carlprit is shown singing in a seat in front of the camera. It ends with Horler sitting in a chair moving around dancers. Evacuate the Dancefloor was an expensive production that was filmed at Hollywood’s legendary Avalon Club, where Jerry Lee Lewis taped his weekly television show. Directed by Max Nichols who also directed the video for Everytime We Touch, and choreographed by none other than Dan Karaty. The video features 60 extras and an acrobatic dance troupe.

3. The Lady GaGa comparison Since the song Evacute The Dancefloor has an electropop sound, some critics have compared it to Lady GaGa’s song Just Dance. Horler insisted that the song was written before May 2008: «We started the album early in 2008, and Evacuate was one of the first songs we recorded when Lady GaGa wasn’t around. Some people have told me that we actually inspired her. We’ve been around a long time and worked very hard for our success, so there’s no reason for us to waste all that we’ve waited for».

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2. Music video The premiere of the video was supposed to be on the evening of May 17, 2009 on the Clubbland website, but it was postponed due to problems of transportation for the tape from Los Angeles to the UK. The video was posted the following day. The video shows Horler sitting in front of lights in a club surrounded by people. Dancers are then shown while she sings in a doorway. Carlprit is shown singing in a seat in front of the camera. It ends with Horler sitting in a chair moving around dancers. Evacuate the Dancefloor was an expensive production that was filmed at Hollywood’s legendary Avalon Club, where Jerry Lee Lewis taped his weekly television show. Directed by Max Nichols who also directed the video for Everytime We Touch, and choreographed by none other than Dan Karaty. The video features 60 extras and an acrobatic dance troupe.

3. The Lady GaGa comparison Since the song Evacute The Dancefloor has an electropop sound, some critics have compared it to Lady GaGa’s song Just Dance. Horler insisted that the song was written before May 2008: «We started the album early in 2008, and Evacuate was one of the first songs we recorded when Lady GaGa wasn’t around. Some people have told me that we actually inspired her. We’ve been around a long time and worked very hard for our success, so there’s no reason for us to waste all that we’ve waited for».

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