Martin Solveig ‎– Smash


Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
277 333 8 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album, Enh) Mixture Stereophonic 277 333 8 France 2011 Sell This Version
none Martin Solveig Smash(14xFile, AAC, Album) Mercury, Universal Music France none France 2011
VENCD 1223 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Vendetta Records, Mixture Stereophonic VENCD 1223 Spain 2011 Sell This Version
2776208 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) D:vision Records 2776208 Italy 2011 Sell This Version
MR 5322-2 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Moon Records (2) MR 5322-2 Ukraine 2011 Sell This Version
277 710 2 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Magic Records 277 710 2 Poland 2011 Sell This Version
GL 10722 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) ЗАО "СБА Продакшн" GL 10722 Russia 2011 Sell This Version
SPCD80025 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Spinnin' Records SPCD80025 Netherlands 2011 Sell This Version
1061414KON Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Kontor Records 1061414KON Germany 2011 Sell This Version
1061415KON, K742.1061415KON Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album, Ltd) Kontor Records, Kontor Records 1061415KON, K742.1061415KON Europe 2011 Sell This Version
531745-2 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Big Beat 531745-2 US 2012 Sell This Version
2-531745 Martin Solveig Smash(CD, Album) Big Beat, Atlantic, Mixture Stereophonic 2-531745 Canada 2012 Sell This Version



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March 5, 2014
referencing Smash, CD, Album, 531745-2

Sometimes, you just want to dance. And for that, Martin Solveig's SMASH is here for you. From the upbeat party hit "Hello" to come on of "Ready 2 Go," this album is meant for maximum dancefloor explosion. And while it's not great art by any means, it succeeds in what it sets out to do. There's plenty of fun, too, like the pure stomp of "Can't Stop" and "We Came to Smash." And if some of the lyrics are ridiculous ("Big in Japan"), that's part of the fun. Once you get past the singles, though, the other tracks begin to feel like filler. The US version of the album includes three remixes, include the crazed electro of Dada Life's take on "Hello" or Hardwell's organ-heavy take on "Ready 2 Go." Ready? Let's go!