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Evacuate the Dancefloor
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Evacuate the Dancefloor is the third studio album from German eurodance group Cascada, consisting of DJ Manian, Natalie Horler, and Yanou, first released on July 3, 2009. Recording sessions for the album took place during 2008 to 2009 at Plazmatek Studio, Yanou Studio 1. The entire album, like their previous albums, was produced by the two disc jockeys from Cascada, Yanou and DJ Manian. The album’s genre shifts away from the uptempo eurodance music the group is well noted for and moves toward a more mainstream electropop sound while drawing influences of urban contemporary and pop music. Musically, the album is composed of dance tracks with thick euro synths, cymbal crashing beats and europop lyrics. Lyrically, the album is composed of songs about love, dancing and relationships.

Critical reception of the album overall has been positive, with many critics praising the new sound and lyrics. There was a total of three singles released from the album. "Evacuate the Dancefloor" was the lead single from the album, first released on June 29, 2009. It peaked in the top five in over twelve countries, including The Netherlands and the United Kingdom where they peaked at number one. Fever was released internationally as the second single, and as the third in the United Kingdom. It failed to match the success of its predecessor, barely cracking to top forty in seven countries. Dangerous was released on October 12, 2009 as the final single from the album and as the second single in the United Kingdom. It peaked in the top ten in Slovakia and Finland while elsewhere it failed to crack the top fifty.

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