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Martin is the man , him and dragonette make magic. although where is the album?
with hello, big in japan and boys and girls. released in every other country basically except canada.

The Night Out Review

What Out?Really is this even an EP?Only 4 songs are diffrent and the rest are the same title,like c'mon...

This albums music is ok,but I think it sounds a bit annoying,and repetitve.

This album is released everywhere but Canada,I love how Canada get's everything last y'know :/

This album isn't all that great although it sounds decent...I guess... •3•

I really think I could use my money else where,and you could to,because Martin Solveig may be "Big in Japan"
But not that much to Canada,or me.The only song I don't mind is "Hello,and it's funny video.

The Verdict:The Night Out is just an album or EP that could use some work.Martin,Take a walk,the Whole Night out is what you should do,and comeback with something a little more... well-GOOD!.....!..

2 Stars
39% out of 100%
40 out of 100


I don't know if ill buy the rest of the album, but The Night Out Remixes are amazing!


Born: September 22, 1976 in Neuilly-sur-Seine, France

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Though he grew up singing in the church choir and studying classical music, by age 13 French DJ Martin Solveig had his first pair of turntables and was showing off his skills to his friends. At 18, while working in a local record store, he further discovered the complexity of electronic music, and shortly thereafter was spinning at some of the most prestigious clubs in Paris. In 2001, Solveig worked with Bob Sinclar on Africanism, contributing his track "Edony" to the album. The single went on to...
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The Night Out, Martin Solveig
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  • $6.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Electronic
  • Released: Apr 03, 2012

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