"Everytime We Touch" is a song performed by German eurodance recording trio Cascada. It was written by Yann Peifer and Manuel Reuter, who also produced the song under their production names Yanou and DJ Manian, for the band's first studio album Everytime We Touch (2006). It was first released in the United States on August 16, 2005 through Robbins Entertainment. It was later released internationally in association with other dance music labels including Zooland Records and All Around The World and Universal Music Group following its success in the United States. Musically, the song was composed as a eurodance track with a pulsating synthesizer, jackhammer beat, and europop lyrics, which borrows the chorus from Maggie Reilly's single of the same name.
The song was met with generally positive reviews from critics, with the majority of them praising its europop sound and its surprising success in the American commercial market. "Everytime We Touch" has enjoyed chart success in many countries, lasting more than twenty-five weeks in different territories. The song peaked in the number one position in Ireland and Sweden while attaining top five chart positions in Austria, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. It achieved commercial success in the United States, reaching number ten on the Billboard Hot 100. The track was certified platinum in the United States for sales exceeding one million copies. The accompanying music video portrays lead singer Natalie Horler in a library trying to communicate with her love interest. File Hashes
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