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The Girls (song)

“The Girls” is a song by Scottish recording artist Calvin Harris. It was released as the second single from his debut studio album, I Created Disco (2007), on 4 June 2007. “The Girls” was Harris’ highest-charting single on the UK Singles Chart, on 10 June 2007, “The Girls” reached a peak of number 3. A “bootleg” version of the song leaked on file sharing a several months before I Created Disco was released. The song has been covered by electropop outfit Dragonette, who changed the main lyric to “The Boys”.

The video features a group of women in brightly coloured wigs and underwear performing a dance routine around Harris.

Take It Like a Man (Dragonette song)

“Take It Like A Man” is a song by Canadian electronic group Dragonette, from their debut studio album, Galore (2007). The track was released as the second single from the album. The single received only minor success, even though it was released on so many formats. It peaked at #112 in the UK Singles chart.

Overall, the song received mostly positive reviews. Jonathan Keefe of Slant magazine noted and complimented the song’s complicated D/S dynamics, matched against a sugary, playful melody.[1] Heather Pheres of allmusic compared the song to previous works of Gwen Stefani, and new age rock band The Killers.

The music video for the track was directed by Ben Taylor, and premiered on Dragonette’s official YouTube channel on June 26, 2007.[2] Dragonette described the video as “very saucy”.[3] The video is made to look like the set of a porno from the 1970s.

Pick Up the Phone (Dragonette song)

“Pick Up The Phone” is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their second studio album Fixin to Thrill (2009). It serves as the album’s third single, released two days before the album.[1] The song peaked at #28 on the Canadian Hot 100.[2]

The music video for ‘Pick Up The Phone’ was directed by Drew Lightfoot, and premiered September 9, 2009 on Dragonette’s official YouTube channel.[3] The video features Martina Sorbara and a group of girls vandalizing a school, vandalizing a laundromat, riding around doing doughnuts in a car, running around the city, and performing in a school gym. Also included in the video are scenes in which Martina Sorbara and her friends seduce a janitor, and pop a child’s balloons.

Live in This City

“Live In This City” is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their third studio album Bodyparts (2012). It was released as the album’s second single in August 2012.

The official music video for the track premiered September 17, 2012, on Dragonette’s official YouTube channel.[1]

Let It Go (Dragonette song)

“Let It Go” is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their third studio album Bodyparts (2012). It was released as the album’s lead single in April 2012.

The official music video for the track premiered May 2, 2012, on Dragonette’s official VEVO channel, following a trailer for the video, which was released a week before.[1][2] The video features a number of scientists, played by the male members of the band, along with extras, who kidnap Martina Sorbara and a group of extras to “leach happiness” from the unsuspecting victims, and condensing it into pills, to ensure happiness of every user.[3]

Gone Too Far (Dragonette song)

“Gone Too Far” is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their second album Fixin to Thrill (2009). It serves as the album’s second single, following the lead single, “Fixin’ to Thrill”. The song was released digitally in July 2009, and was later sent to radio airways in August 2009.[2][3] “Gone Too Far” had its premiere when the band performed live at the Red Studios in New York, in October 2008.[4][5] A music video for the song was made by friends of the band, and posted on the video hosting website YouTube.[6] Music fans praised the cover art for the single, placing it among the most amazing cover art of all time.[7]

Fixin to Thrill (song)

“Fixin to Thrill” is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their second album Fixin to Thrill (2009). It was released as the album’s lead single in May 2009.[1]

The video features lead singer Martina Sorbara as some sort of golem created by a group of children. Once brought to life, the children dance with and customize their creation in a suburban home. The video concludes with the children’s parents attempting to destroy Sorbara unsuccessfully. The fourth wall is frequently broken during the duration of the video by integrating behind the scenes turmoil into the main story.

Fire in Your New Shoes

“Fire in Your New Shoes” is the second single from Dynasty, an album by American house DJ Kaskade. It features the lead singer from Dragonette, Martina Sorbara. It was released digitally on April 13, 2010.

“Fire in Your New Shoes” was also featured in an episode of NCIS: Los Angeles, The Vampire Diaries and Criminal Minds.

Easy (Dragonette song)

“Easy” is an electropop/new wave song performed by Canadian band Dragonette. The song was written and produced by Dragonette for their second studio album, Fixin to Thrill (2009). It serves as the album’s final single. The track was remixed by a number of producers, including Fabian and Buffetlibre, and the latter of which appeared on Dragonette’s remix album “Mixin to Thrill”.[1][2]

Lyrically, the song speaks about staying in a bad relationship knowingly. The girl is making a plea to her lover; she’s letting them know that she is not some weak, dependent person and that she has no problem leaving this person if they don’t stop their destructive behavior.

Boys & Girls (Martin Solveig song)

“Boys & Girls” is a song recorded by French DJ and record producer Martin Solveig featuring Canadian synthpop group Dragonette. It was released on 28 September 2009 as the first single from the reissue of Solveig’s third studio album, C’est la Vie (2008), subtitled the Definitive Edition (2009). The song also appears on Solveig’s fourth studio album, Smash (2011), and as a bonus track on the Australian edition of Dragonette’s second studio album, Fixin to Thrill (2009).

Big in Japan (Martin Solveig song)

“Big in Japan” is a song performed by French DJ and record producer Martin Solveig and Canadian synthpop band Dragonette from Solveig’s fifth studio album, Smash (2011). It features vocals from Japanese girl group Idoling!!!. The song was written and produced by Solveig, and released as the album’s third single on 24 October 2011. “Big in Japan” has charted in Belgium, Canada and the United Kingdom.

The music video for “Big in Japan” premiered on 18 October 2011.[1] The video was shot just one week before the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. It closes with the caption: “This video was shot before the tragic events of March 2011. We share the grief of our Japanese friends and admire their courage throughout these difficult times. With this in mind and together, there are more reasons than ever to be Big In Japan!”

Animale

“Animale” is a song performed by electronic music DJ and producer Don Diablo featuring Canadian electropop group Dragonette. As of 2010, the song has reached #2 on the Flanders Ultratip chart and #33 on the Dutch Top 40 chart. The music video was released afterwards and currently has over a million views.

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