"Satisfaction" is a song by Italian DJ Benny Benassi. It was released in Italy in June 2002 as the lead single from his album Hypnotica. Using MacinTalk, the song's vocals consist of two speech synthesizers, one male and one female, repeatedly saying "Push me and then just touch me 'til I can get my satisfaction". The track was Benassi's debut single and most successful song, peaking at number 2 in the United Kingdom. It was also used in a TV commercial for an Australian beer, and Wendy's hamburgers. It appears in the film White Chicks and the video games Just Dance 2, Dance Central, DJ Hero, and Saints Row: The Third as well as in the Beavis and Butt-head episode "Drones". As of August 2014, it was the 54th best-selling single of the 21st century in France, with 382,000 units sold. Satisfaction is considered to be the forerunner of electro-house which brought the genre into the mainstream.
Version 1: The first version of the music video feature the three men and the woman in the cover of Hypnotica. It consists of one three-second take of the four people turning to face the camera and smile, played in slow-motion to match the length of the song. Overlaid are various animations including close-up pictures of the lips of a man and a woman singing along to the song. This music video was barely played on music channels, although in some countries, it replaced the "construction" version.
Version 2: The second and most famous version of the music video features women in skimpy construction outfits. The video plays almost like a virtual advertisement for a variety of power tools. All are used in a sexual manner. This version was mainly relegated to nighttime hours. It stars British lad mag models Jerri Byrne, Thekla Roth and Natasha Mealey, American Playboy PlaymateSuzanne Stokes and British Page 3 girl model turned porn star and escort  Lena Franks.
Version 3: The third version of the clip is animated. It shows animations of people dancing, singing and drinking. Very few music stations played this version.