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  1. Aug 21,  · ‎Album · · 19 Songs. Global Nav Open Menu Global Nav Close Menu; Apple; 19 Songs, 1 Hour 18 Minutes Preview. Smash (Deluxe Edition) Martin Solveig Dance ; Listen on Apple Music. Listen on Apple Music. Boys & Girls (Edit) [feat. Dragonette] Martin Solveig & Dragonette
  2. Smash is the fourth studio album by French DJ and record producer Martin Solveig. It was released on 6 June by Mixture Stereophonic and Mercury Records. The album's lead single, " Hello " (a collaboration with Canadian band Dragonette), was released on 6 September and became a worldwide hit, topping the charts in five countries.
  3. This track appears on the following albums: "C'Est La Vie" (The Defintive Edition) and "Fixin To Thrill" (Australian release). Lead vocals by Martin Solveig and Martina Sorbara. Produced by Martin Solveig for Mixture Productions. Bass by Dan Kurtz.
  4. After a decade plugging away on the French dance music scene, Parisian DJ Martin Solveig's fifth studio album, Smash, provided him with the commercial breakthrough he deserved, attracting the attention of Madonna, who asked him to help produce her new album in the kottdcomolpotkabulksanctymudedesmoi.coinfo with epic floor-fillers and anthemic radio-friendly pop melodies, the follow-up .
  5. Aug 21,  · Album · · 13 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free. Boys & Girls (Original Edit) [feat. Dragonette] Martin Solveig & Dragonette Ready 2 Go Martin Solveig & Kele Hello Martin Solveig & Dragonette More by Martin Solveig.
  6. Smash, an Album by Martin Solveig. Released 6 June on Vendetta (catalog no. VENCD ; CD). Genres: Electro House, French House. Featured peformers: Martin Solveig (composer, producer, instruments, aka_text {rhythm programming} role_id aka_text), Birdyben (ELMÖ) (design), Philippe Weiss (aka_text mixing role_id aka_text).
  7. Mar 05,  · And for that, Martin Solveig's SMASH is here for you. From the upbeat party hit "Hello" to come on of "Ready 2 Go," this album is meant for maximum dancefloor explosion. And while it's not great art by any means, it succeeds in what it sets out to do. There's plenty of fun, too, like the pure stomp of "Can't Stop" and "We Came to Smash."4/5(31).

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