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Typical order times are located within the product description. UPC: Her earlier version is referenced in the alternative group Weezer 's song "Heart Songs" on the band's Red Album. Weezer incorrectly referred to it as having been performed by Debbie Gibson , who performed a similar style of pop music and was popular during the same time as Tiffany.
Rivers Cuomo admitted that he noticed the mistake while writing the song, but left it in the finished song. Tiffany and Tobin made no attempt to contrast the verses and the refrain, as James and the Shondells had, instead keeping the "peppy" [ according to whom? It became a runaway number 1 hit and was the eighteenth highest selling single for  and the thirty-second highest selling single in Australia for The music video was directed entirely by Tobin and shot in numerous shopping malls in Utah, which echoed the way her early career had been promoted.
The video was featured in the film Ted and the song was also on the soundtrack and appears in its sequel. The song is featured in both Ted and Ted 2. It is featured prominently in the Netflix original film Love, Guaranteed. It is also featured in Season 1, episode 1, of The Umbrella Academy. In , Snuff covered the song for their first album, Snuff Said. In , Snuff again covered the song for the compilation album Punk Chartbusters Vol 3.
Unlike the original, this version is very punk-heavy. In addition to the original length of the song that was released, many different length versions of the song exist: there is such an extended version with a length from minutes, a minutes long remix, and an a capella version, which contains a length from minutes.
On the B-side of the song is the single "Christmas Song". Girls Aloud's version was produced by Brian Higgins and his production team Xenomania. The song was recorded just days before the group's greatest hits was sent to be manufactured.
It reached the top five on the UK Singles Chart. The music video, inspired by heist films , features Girls Aloud robbing a Las Vegas casino. The track was criticised and labelled "pointless" by contemporary music critics. Higgins said that "Xenomania used the only idea they could think of, which was to make the song sound like ' Something Kinda Ooooh.
The song was released on December 18, It was available on two CD single formats and as a digital download. The first disc included a previously unreleased track entitled "Why Do It? Girls Aloud's cover of "Jingle Bell Rock" was originally featured on the Christmas bonus disc that came with the limited edition of 's Chemistry.
Girls Aloud's cover of the song was widely slated by music critics. An unidentified staff writer at WalesOnline described it as "cheap, obnoxious, totally pointless and, destined to be loved only by people too out of their heads on Christmas spirit to know any better".
Even pop groups as reliably excellent at singles as Girls Aloud toss out pointless, lazy covers in a ruthless attempt to snare that coveted seasonal chart-topper from the X-Factor's clutches. Music stated "the karaoke rendition[s] of [ The single debuted at number 50 on the UK Singles Chart a week prior to its physical release, due to download sales.
Three different endings to the video were shot. The first shows the girls getting caught and tied up after opening a box full of money in the casino's safe ; the second features Kimberley Walsh with her back to the camera removing her clothes in front of casino owners, causing them to faint; and the third features the girls playing with the money. This last ending won the vote, despite the version with Kimberley stripping being uploaded to the internet.
This version, according to Armstrong, was recorded in his bedroom at his home in California and was released during the COVID pandemic as an act of solidarity for those who were practicing social distancing and those in self-quarantine and was released as a single on April 17, A Spanish adaptation "Ahora estoy solo" was recorded by Los Hitters. The lyrics take distance from the meaning of the English version as the song relates about a guy that got a break-up rather than the innuendo of the English lyrics.
The parody dealt with the licensing of the Macintosh from Apple Computer to other companies during the short period in which legal Macintosh clones were made. The video was recorded in at Apple's headquarters and features the building and its landmarks of the day, references to former Apple CEOs Mike Spindler and John Sculley , and some vintage Macintosh computers including a Macintosh Classic and an Apple Lisa.
Also, as part of RadioShack 's "TheShack" commercial campaign, one commercial features a man in an office cubicle with headphones on singing part of the bridge and chorus in a falsetto range to Tiffany's version. Despite the album having been shelved, the song was released to the compilation Dance , Vol. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Simon and Schuster. The Guardian. Flavour of New Zealand. Retrieved September 5, Music Canada Blog. October 29, Accessed February 23, Lene Lovich.
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