Rattle (song)

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This article is about 2011 original Bingo Players song. For the follow-up 2012 hit by Bingo Players featuring Far East Movement, see Get Up (Rattle).
"Rattle"
Single by Bingo Players
Released 31 October 2011
Format Digital download
Recorded 2011
Genre House, EDM
Length 4:47
Label Hysteria Records (Spinnin' Records)
Writer(s) Maarten Hoogstraten, Paul Bäumer
Producer(s) Maarten Hoogstraten, Paul Bäumer
Bingo Players singles chronology
"Cry (Just a Little)"
(2011)
"Rattle"
(2011)
"Don't Blame the Party (Mode)"
(2012)

"Rattle" is a song by Dutch dance duo Bingo Players. It was written and produced by Maarten Hoogstraten and Paul Bäumer. It was released in the Netherlands as a digital download on 31 October 2011, and worldwide on 6 February 2012, alongside the Candyland remix. The song has charted in Austria, the Netherlands and France.

In 2012, Bingo Players collaborated with Far East Movement for a revamped and remixed version of the song entitled "Get Up (Rattle)" that became an even bigger hit for the Bingo Players worldwide.

In 2013, Rattle was also used as the melody sample on Alexis Jordan's song Acid Rain.

DJ duo Candyland won a remix contest for the track on the electronic music website Beatport. The song was released as its own single and also on an EP.

Track listing[edit]

Digital download
No. Title Length
1. "Rattle" (Radio Edit) 2:52
2. "Rattle" (Original Mix) 4:47
3. "Rattle" (Candyland Remix) 3:50

The song has gained popularity at the University of Dayton through the form of street dancing as seen at 331 Kiefaber and The Alamo (429 Kiefaber).

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2012/13) Peak
position
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[1] 46
Colombia (National-Report)[2] 13
Denmark (Tracklisten)[3] 35
France (SNEP)[4] 8
Germany (Media Control Charts)[5] 79
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[6] 91
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[7] 42

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
Netherlands 31 October 2011[8] Digital Download Hysteria

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