Cascada – Evacuate The Dancefloor (Official Music Video)

Music Video: Cascada – Evacuate The Dancefloor (Official Music Video)



Cascada – Evacuate The Dancefloor BUY IT itunes.apple.com "Evacuate the Dancefloor" became Cascada's first UK number one single in 2009. So far the group has sold an estimated 14 million copies of their three albums, and 36 million singles worldwide. Cascada consists of the German-born English singer Natalie Horler, and Record producers DJ Manian and Yanou. more info: www.cloud9dance.nl http



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5 Responses to “Cascada – Evacuate The Dancefloor (Official Music Video)”

  1. I bet camera man get boners everytime a female music artist touches herself or sings a seductive line :D

  2. Cascada i love you even if you do have a tattoo
    

  3. EntityRazer says:

    I respectfully disagree… Most English (UK) people complain about the US having “poor English” when in fact the worst spoken English I’ve ever heard was on UK Soil by native English speakers. With that I mean a LOT of accents and slang being used. Probably what Einffg is referring to. The lack of slang / accent.

  4. P1LGY says:

    Of course the US has poor English… If you want to debate what ‘proper English’ is, it is that spoken by the upper classes in England, i.e. received pronunciation, Queen’s English, BBC English etc, and any deviation from that, namely in the spelling of words, is clearly incorrect. England has always had strong local dialects, and lots of slang, doesn’t every country?

  5. P1LGY says:

    It’s what you get with so much history, slang develops over time, e.g. swingin’ the lead, that’s a good 3-400 years old, it’s from when a sailor had to swing the lead overboard the ship to measure the depth (in fathoms fwiw), it was the easiest job there was, hence the saying was coined and it means you’re being lazy…

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