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Album Review

They were edging away from it before, but Evacuate the Dancefloor is Cascada's giant leap away from the vocal trance style that launched their career. Less dreamy and more thumping, the sound here isn't that far from Lady GaGa or Katy Perry's material, but with lyrics that are generally positive and lead singer Natalie Horler remaining effervescent as ever, fans will immediately be able to identify these tracks as the floor-filling act they love. The polished and well-crafted title track will make any pre-club gearing up extra exciting, while the following "Hold On" is a staple of any album from the group: a rousing, motivational anthem. The noisy bits in "Fever" are a surprise, bringing Cascada closer to the electro-house of Benny Benassi and David Guetta, although that's as edgy as it gets. Anyone looking for something "deep" will be disappointed that the heartache numbers — "Everytime I Hear Your Name" and "Why You Had to Leave" — choose danceability over poignancy, but if you need a lift, a hip shake, and your hands in the air, Cascada deliver once again.

Customer Reviews

Cascada - Evacuate The Dancefloor (Album Review)

This is Cascada's third album which proves that they are commercially successful. Their previous two albums were successful and at the time of "Everytime We Touch" dance music wasn't comercial, but they broke the gap in the market, However most dance projects are short lived and nomally only have one or two albums but Cascada managed to stay successful which I thinks makes them proberly one of the best dance projects in the world. "Evacuate The Dancefloor" is #1 in the UK charts and I think it is a very catchy song, different to their usual style, however many people say that she has copied Lady Ga Ga, but Cascada started the track in April 2008 and Ga Ga made hers around September 2008, so I think Cascada didn't copy her, also the beat is highly used in Pop songs both of them aren't oiginal. 5 stars. "Hold On" is the most popular track on the album just now, I can see why, its comerical dance pop, catchy but I don't think it would be a very good single. 5 stars. "Everytime I Hear Your Name" it starts like the American track "Faded" a bit and there is some romours that it is actually a cover, which this album was supposed to have none of, so a bit dissapointing. 4.5 stars. "Ready Or Not" typical Cascada style track, but I feel that the Cascada style only fits covers, proberly because thats all they released so 4 stars. "Fever" this seems to be romoured to be a single and I can see why, its catchy and Natalie swears in it, lol. However I feel like I've heard something like it before, the bass and beat sound almost identical to another song, so 4.5 stars. "Hold Your Hands Up" this song was written by Alistar Griffin and I feel its the best ballad they have ever done, its an amazing song, but there are no romours that this will be a single, its not their usual style but I hope it does get released, 5 stars. "Breathless" sound like a typical comercial dance pop track, but it is very catchy and I did play it over and over so, 5 stars. "Dangerous" OMG I don't like this song, people think it will be a single I personally hope it isn't it doesn't match up to "Evacuate The Dancefloor" in NO way, 2 stars. "Why You Had To Leave" this song I found very good, I enjoyed it like many fans will, but I don't think its single worth but despite that, 5 stars. "What About Me" this song was vey good until Natalie speaks in it and it will bring up many issues of is she English or is she German, I think shes German because she was born there but I feel that let the track down, 3 stars. "Draw The Line" a ballad song which I think may be a single, 1 she performed it at the album launch party and 2 it is a Yanou Candlelight Mix which normally means there is a dance version which could be released as a single, 5 stars. Overall a very good album by Cascada 5 stars. Hopefully this success of "Evacuate The Dancefloor" will see them create another album, but I don't know I just have a feeling that this may be their last album and they will Evacuate The Dancefloor...forever.


This is definately they're best album yet!! i hope they bring this album to the stage, fantastic live!! Good work, def worth the pennies!! x x

Another great album by Cascada

Cascada have yet again released a great album that would go down a treat at any party :-) most of the songs on the album have adopted their newer style simar to evacuate the dancefloor EP, whilst the rest have cascada's usual upbeat and dancey feel. Personally, Id like to see more of cascadas traditional music to appeal to their original fans who have become accustomed to the harder dance beats :-) but overall this album does not disappoint and is well worth buying :-D


Formed: 2004 in Bonn, Germany

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Originally called Cascade until legal conflicts forced them to change their name, Cascada is the slick, uplifting Euro-dance trio featuring producers DJ Manian and Yanou along with vocalist Natalie Horler, although Horler is sometimes presented as Cascada herself. Horler was born in Bonn, Germany, to English parents and grew up loving all sorts of music. At age 18 she was doing studio work for various producers when she met DJ Manian and Yanou, the latter of whom had worked with DJ Sammy on the worldwide...
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Evacuate The Dancefloor, Cascada
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  • £6.99
  • Genres: Dance, Music, Rock, Pop, Britpop
  • Released: 01 January 2009

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