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Song of the Day: Cascada - "Evacuate the Dancefloor"

By May 26, 2009

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Cascada is back with the leadoff single for their/her third cd (pronoun usage is dependent on whether you see Cascada as a group or just the singer Natalie Horler.) Known for their uptempo europop singles clocking in at over 140 BPM like "Everytime We Touch" and "What Hurts the Most," Cascada has gone a completely different route with "Evacuate the Dancefloor." With a Lady Gaga-like production style and a guest rap from German rapper Carlprit, the song is instantly catchy and will no doubt be embraced by lovers of commercial dance music. The title strikes me as being unfortunate and will no doubt lead to a lot of quick and dismissive one-liners by critics. Then again, europop music - in most instances - has never been championed or well-received by critics anyways, so maybe that's not much of a loss there. Remixes by the Wideboys, Cahill, Rob Mayth, Frisco and Ultrabeat will set the tone for just about every commercial dancefloor. Check out our interview with Cascada and the new video below.

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Comments

May 26, 2009 at 12:23 pm
(1) Snoopdog says:

Evacute the dancefloor?
this latest rubbish from Crapcada (a total rip from Lady GaGa) makes me want to Evacuate my bowels!!!
This Crapcada joke has gone on long enough now, time to stop as it’s no longer funny!

June 4, 2009 at 3:45 pm
(2) pornstarr barbiee says:

who do u think u are “snoopdog”? u hnk ur at smart u need to use a rappers name , cascadas amazing i love her songs shes more sucessful than ul ever be mate! >:@ cascadas amazing shes nuffing like lady gaga

March 9, 2010 at 4:53 pm
(3) DanceMania says:

I totally agree with pornstarr!!! Cascada is finally [with David Guetta] ‘penetrating’ the usual anti-dance-music US market. Good luck to her!!!

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