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||Girls On the Dance Floor (feat. Stereotypes)||Far East Movement & Stereotypes||3:54||$2.19||View In iTunes|
||Like a G6 (feat. The Cataracs & Dev)||The Cataracs, Far East Movement & Dev||3:36||$2.19||View In iTunes|
||Rocketeer (feat. Ryan Tedder)||Far East Movement & Ryan Tedder||3:31||$2.19||View In iTunes|
||If I Was You (OMG) [feat. Snoop Dogg]||Far East Movement & Snoop Dogg||3:25||$2.19||View In iTunes|
||She Owns the Night (feat. Mohombi)||Far East Movement & Mohombi||4:02||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||So What?||Far East Movement||3:24||$2.19||View In iTunes|
||Don't Look Now (feat. Keri Hilson)||Far East Movement & Keri Hilson||3:33||$2.19||View In iTunes|
||Fighting for Air (feat. Vincent Frank)||Far East Movement & Vincent Frank||3:45||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||White Flag (feat. Kayla Kai)||Far East Movement & Kayla Kai||3:49||$1.69||View In iTunes|
||2 Is Better (feat. Natalia Kills & Ya Boy)||Natalia Kills, Far East Movement & Ya Boy||3:19||$1.69||View In iTunes|
On their major-label debut, the Far East Movement take a heaping helping of dance music, mix in a boy band’s idea of pop and R&B, and then add just a bit of hip-hop flavor for a genre they lopsidedly call “electro hop.” If that infers big booming bass and tough beats, know that the California-based Far East Movement — they’re “Far East” as in Asian-American — make the Black Eyed Peas sound absolutely thick, but their slick hooks and ultra-sheen productions are extra infectious, and when they bait the crowd with phrases like “Cherry cherry, boom boom” instead of “C’mon everybody,” the dancefloor gets a unique shot of quirky cuteness. Heck, when they talk of feeling “Like a G6” on that standout track, it’s not a car or plane model, it’s just something two units cooler than the G4s rapper Drake tends to mention, so revel in their playfulness or just move on. Special guests are all over the highlights, with Snoop Dogg (the rather racy “If I Was You [OMG]”), Keri Hilson (the David Guetta-like floor-filler “Don’t Look Now”), and OneRepublic’s Ryan Tedder (the Mike Posner-like “Rocketeer”) landing on some of the album’s best tracks. Still, producer Roger Sanchez trumps them all with the tribal house beats and the B-52's “Love Shack” sample he brings to the closing “2gether.”
reppin' from melbourne
i was waiting for free wired to be released on itunes australia which i bought it straight away but after being on it for a week or so, it suddenly disappeared and now it's back with a different tracklist. i bought it in nov there were 2gether and go ape but they're gone instead 2 is better is on it? why so weird itunes australia?
that being said, i still highly recommend this album. the beats are sick! three fingers up!
LOVE this album.....cranking it up in the car is the only way.....
great album awesome songs my fav is recketeer and like a G6
Formed: 2003 in Los Angeles, CA
Years Active: '00s, '10s