Electroman (album)

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Electroman
Bennybenassielectromanalbum.jpg
Studio album by Benny Benassi
Released 7 June 2011[1]
Genre
Label Ultra
Producer
Benny Benassi chronology
Rock 'n' Rave
(2008)Rock 'n' Rave2008
Electroman
(2011)
Danceaholic
(2016)Danceaholic2016
Singles from Electroman
  1. "Spaceship"
    Released: 25 May 2010
  2. "House Music"
    Released: 23 November 2010
  3. "Electroman"
    Released: 29 January 2011
  4. "Cinema"
    Released: 8 March 2011
  5. "Close to Me"
    Released: 8 November 2011
  6. "Control"
    Released: 28 February 2012

Electroman is the third studio album by Italian DJ and record producer Benny Benassi. It was released on 7 June 2011, through Ultra Music.[2]

Singles[edit]

  • "Spaceship" was released on iTunes on 25 May 2010. The single features American singer Kelis, Black Eyed Peas rapper apl.de.ap, and Jean-Baptiste. The music video premiered on Vevo on 28 June 2010. It was directed by Ray Kay and features all artists.[3] It peaked on the UK Dance Chart at number 18.[4]
  • "House Music" was released on 23 November 2010 to iTunes. The track was used as a B-side to "Spaceship" in the UK.
  • "Electroman" (featuring T-Pain) was released on 29 January 2011 as the third single. The video was released four days earlier. It contains elements of "Electroboy" by The Mighty Boosh.[5]
  • Although not released as a single, "Beautiful People" (a collaboration with Chris Brown) was included on the album. The track was an international hit, topping the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart, and became a top 10 hit in Australia, Ireland, New Zealand, Scotland and the UK. It was also a top 40 hit across other European countries.
  • "Cinema" (featuring Gary Go) was released on 8 March 2011. The video premiered on 28 March 2011. It was released on 24 July 2011 in the UK. It debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number 53,[6] and peaked at number 20.[6] It debuted at number 13 on the UK Dance Chart,[7] peaking later at number six.[7] It debuted at number 34 in Scotland and later peaked at number 14.[8]
  • "Close to Me" (featuring Gary Go) was the fifth single and was released on 8 November 2011. Video premiere was released on 11 November 2011.
  • "Control" (featuring Gary Go) was the sixth single and was released on 28 February 2012.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Good Girl" 3:40
2. "Rather Be" (featuring Shanell)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Shanell Woodgett
3:42
3. "Spaceship" (featuring Kelis, apl.de.ap and Jean-Baptiste)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Allan Apll Pineda
  • Jean-Baptiste Kouame
  • Kelis Jones-Rogers
  • Michael McHenry
3:04
4. "Beautiful People" (Chris Brown featuring Benny Benassi)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Jean-Baptiste Kouame
  • Chris Brown
3:45
5. "My House" (featuring Jean-Baptiste)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Jean-Baptiste Kouame
3:28
6. "House Music"
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
4:02
7. "Cinema" (featuring Gary Go)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Gary Baker
3:04
8. "Electroman" (featuring T-Pain)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Faheem Rasheed Najm
  • Julian Barratt
  • Noel Fielding
  • Tremaine Winfrey
3:16
9. "Automatic B"
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
4:01
10. "Control" (featuring Gary Go)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Gary Baker
3:29
11. "Leave This Club Alone" (featuring Dhany)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Gary Baker
  • Luke Pickett
3:34
12. "Close to Me" (featuring Gary Go)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Gary Baker
3:21
13. "Cinema" (featuring Gary Go) (Skrillex Remix)
  • Alle Benassi
  • Marco Benassi
  • Gary Baker
5:07
14. "All the Way" (featuring Ying Yang Twins) (Live)
3:34

Release history[edit]

Region Format Release
France Digital download[9][dead link] 6 June 2011
United States
6 June 2011
Germany CD[11] 7 June 2011
Italy
  • CD
  • digital download[12]
28 June 2011

References[edit]

  1. ^ Electroman Album Drops on June 7th Archived 2011-11-01 at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ "Electroman by Benny Benassi on Apple Music". 
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-28. Retrieved 2011-06-12. 
  4. ^ "Official Dance Singles Chart Top 40 - Official Charts Company". Archived from the original on 2011-06-15. 
  5. ^ "Page not found – The Velvet Onion". 
  6. ^ a b "Official Singles Chart Top 100 - Official Charts Company". Archived from the original on 2011-10-16. 
  7. ^ a b "Official Dance Singles Chart Top 40 - Official Charts Company". Archived from the original on 2011-08-09. 
  8. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-01-01. Retrieved 2012-08-01. 
  9. ^ http://www.amazon.fr/dp/B0053B1FU0
  10. ^ "Electroman". 19 March 2013 – via Amazon. 
  11. ^ "Electroman". 7 June 2011 – via Amazon. 
  12. ^ "Electroman" – via Amazon. 

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