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Авторы текста и музыки. Ben Berger, Ryan McMahon, Eli Maiman, Nicholas Petricca, Kevin Ray, Sean Waugaman.
Shut Up and Dance released one further single from their Death Is Not the End album, "The Art of Moving Butts", which featured singer Erin. The album itself reached No. 38 in the UK Albums Chart in June 1992. Throughout 1994/5, they released a number of jungle tracks under the alias 'Red Light'. This was followed by the 1995 album Black Men United which encompassed jungle, downtempo, reggae and hip hop. A single from this album, "Save It 'Til the Mourning After", would reach No. 25 on the UK chart. In the early 2000s, they re-emerged releasing a number. The Weekend's Here" (Pulse 8, 1995) - UK No. 82. "Green Man" (Shut Up and Dance, 1998). Hold Me Down" (Shut Up and Dance, 1998).
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Shut Up and Dance was the lead single from Walk The Moon’s 2014 album, Talking Is Hard. The single was a major success, and gave Walk the Moon their first top ten pop hit. Inspired by a true experience and memories of high school, the song makes a deliberate attempt to recreate the bouncy, quirky feel of early 80s pop-rock. This was one of the last songs they made for the album, written in LA with assistance from Ben Berger and Ryan McMahon of Captain Cuts. Shut Up and Dance" Track Info. Written By Nicholas Petricca, Ben Berger, Ryan McMahon & 3 more
Greatest - Shut Up & Dance 2014. Greatest - Shut Up & Dance 1995. Rush Comin' On. Say Party (Gospel Version). The imprint first released records by the Ragga Twins and Nicolette during 1989 before Shut Up & Dance the group debuted later that year. Early singles like "10 to Get In" and "Derek Went Mad" displayed the pair's approach to hardcore techno - sampling well-known pop groups with little fear of retribution, piling chunky breakbeats over the top, evincing plenty of ragga attitude and displaying an unflinching criticism of the emerging rave scene's dark side.