Launched as Cascade, this project was soon renamed to Cascada to avoid legal conflicts with a different performer who evidently appeared earlier. Once again, the record received its name from one of its singles. It features Natalie and many dancers dressed in a masquerade theme, and they dance all throughout the video. The sales of this record made Cascada the nicest German seller word wide and a new star in the dance universe overnight. It was then released in the U. The group continued spreading their music horizons and added traces of some other genres to their classic euro dance sound. Her mother is a teacher of foreign languages, while her father is a professional jazz musician.
Some would say the change of music genre has caused the album to be unsuccessful, due to the fact there weren't any songs featuring their old eurodance style, which they became famous for. For this album, Cascada decided to experiment with a new release strategy, planning to produce and release different singles and then attempting to bind them all into an album. It features the vocals of German rapper Carlprit and is about a relationship underfire. The album was released as a two disc set. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. It was later released in Germany and the United States.
. The musicians chose an old and proved efficient method to reach the wide audience. The video features Horler with a group of people all dressed as out on a night in San Francisco for a party, ending with them having a party on a rooftop. Lyrically, the album, like the preceding albums, is composed of songs about love, dancing and relationships. Gifted abundantly with vocal skills, the young artist worked hard on her dancing too. The album currently stands as a commercial failure for Cascada, being their first album failing to chart or peak in the top twenty in countries where their previous studio albums sold well. There were three million copies of this studio work purchased all over the globe.
Like the previous albums by the recording group, album features songwriting cedits from other writers including Tony Cornelissen, Allan Eshuijs, Jonathan Kinnear, James Kinnear and Andres Ballinas. It was later released in the United States. This formation was officially created in Bonn in 2004. The 4th single was titled Au Revoir, which came out in September after Original Me was released. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1.
Others may say it was the lack of promotion by the record labels. It peaked in the top 15 in the Netherlands, Austria and Germany. They were back in the studio in 2007 and recorded their sophomore long-play, Perfect Day, just as fast as its glorious predecessor. New writers on the album include Mimoza Blinsson, Alfred Tuohey, Nina Peifer, Max Persson, and Salar Gorgees. Massive touring through different continents and seasons kept Cascada from recording activities for quite a while. The album peaked 41 in their home country, Germany, becoming their second lowest charting album there.
The album is comprised heavily of music influenced by , and. As a result, the album was sure to please those who liked Cascada from the start as well as their new listeners. The title track is an electropop song about conformity and the modern standard of beauty. The production features more cymbal crashing beats, modern robotic synthesizers and a male voice in the bridge of nearly every song that is heavily Auto-Tuned. The song alludes to a love affair while featuring references to medicine, remedies and chemistry.
Within several weeks, another powerful dance music specimen was fully prepared and delivered to the stores. It was released in the U. Some of the production was aided by writers on the album like Alfred Tuohey and Andres Ballinas. It reached number 20 there on the iTunes Dance Charts. At the time, it was not confirmed to be part of an album. There was a total of three singles released from the album and one promotional song.
This track separately won golden certificates in a number of countries paving the way to the top for the whole album. Critical reception of the album overall has been mixed, with many critics praising the new sound and lyrics. It has only been released in the United States. It will be the first single from the album in France. Recording sessions for the album took place from 2009 to 2011 at Plazmatek Studio, Yanou Studio 1. Other instruments featured in the production of this album include piano loops, guitars and synth strings.
It was a failure due to it being after its album being released before it was. The song had originally premiered on their official YouTube account in the song's music video on 28 April 2011. In the summer of 2009, the German trio presented their third long player under the title Evacuate the Dance Floor. The song is an electro infused dance cut that features the use of fizzing synthesizers and a drum machine with drums and a piano loop starting off the song. This was covering the famous hit once performed by other celebrities.
Musically, the album is composed of -infused dance tracks with thick euro synths, cymbal crashing beats and Europop lyrics. Cascada is a standout German dance project fronted by the singer named Cascada. It follows in the sound of the previous album, , taking away the bell-synth sound and thump of the and used in the music they used to produce. She was born on September 23, 1981, in Germany, but raised in England. Title Writer s Producer s Length 1. Having reached perfect understanding, this trio decided to started a new dance formation with Natalie as the main figure on the stage and in public.