"All Fired Up" is a song by British-Irish girl group The Saturdays, released as the second from their third studio album, On Your Radar. The single was released on 4 September 2011. The song was written by Xenomania, Tim Deal, Matt Gray, Annie Yuill, Miranda Cooper, and Space Cowboy. The song was also produced by Space Cowboy, Xenomania's Brian Higgins and MNEK, and was recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Described by critics as an "anthemic dance banger", the electro-pop song was inspired by the music of Rihanna and Britney Spears, and was noted for its "synth dance beat". The track received its first airplay on BBC Radio 1 on 22 July 2011, when Scott Mills aired it on his Ready for the Weekend. The remix EP was released with five different remixes.
"All Fired Up" received positive reviews from critics, with many commending the song's "girlish vibe and unabashed pop sensibility". The song was performed live on television for the first time on Tonight's The Night. Before the release of the single the music video for "All Fired Up" was released on 10 August 2011. The music video was originally due to be released on August 9, 2011 at 10:30 am on the band's official website; however due to technical issues it was uploaded a date late. According to the band, the music video is a lot more fashion-based and a lot more graphic-y as they said they wanted something different due to all their previous music videos having a storyline to them; this one is just a lot more fashion. Within the digital download EP the band released a cover of "I Need a Dollar" by Aloe Blacc.
"All Fired Up" received commercial success after it charted at number-six on the Irish Singles Chart, becoming the band's fifth top ten single in Ireland. The single also found success in the United Kingdom after it charted at number-three on the UK Singles Chart behind Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera's "Moves Like Jagger" and Pixie Lott's "All About Tonight". The single became the band's tenth top ten single in the UK of eleven singles released. The single also had identical chart success as the band's 2010 single "Missing You", charting at number three and six in the UK and Ireland simultaneously.File Hashes
HASH2: 915046692442A6EA (MP3)