Enter Primadonna in the field Titel. Archived from on 11 January 2014. It is a song that blends grinding and beats with elements of. Archived from on 14 July 2014. In short, is trying to expose the artifice of big-box pop music by using its own voice, and despite the obvious trappings of the concept, she does a fairly respectable job. Archived from on 13 April 2012. Marina would do well to learn that ego needs something to back it up, which you won't find in this giant guff of saccharine nothing.
Lennsen, Writer - Fabian Lennsen, Producer - Fabian Lennsen Dirty Dutch Studios, Amsterdam, Recording - Mikkel S. Select Silver in the Certification field. Two days prior to the video's release, Diamandis released a fifteen-second preview of the video. Note: insert 201221 into search. As the saying goes that I just made up : You've either been one or dated one at least once in your life.
The song peaked at number four in New Zealand, her first single to chart in that country. Archived from on 25 April 2012. Note: User may scroll down the 'Podcasturi' menu to play or download the respective podcast. Select single in the field Format. Admittedly, it doesn't take itself seriously.
I love it but I also kind of hate it. The song also saw a certain amount of club play, almost charting on the chart. Enter Marina and the Diamonds in the field Interpret. Girls usually feel like this when they are not appreciated in a relationship. Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiálna.
Hermansen, Composer, Writer - Mikkel S. Produced by , , , and , is a brooding, sexy, desperate, overwrought, and infectious record that's both aware and unashamed of its contrivance. Heavily pop culture laden, it contains a tongue-in-cheek superficiality. Select singles in the Format field. It was released on 20 March 2012 as the album's official lead single.
Luke and Cirkut, Producer, Programmer, Instrumentation Copyright : 2012 679 Recordings Ltd. . He called me a prima donna. Archived from on 14 March 2012. Revolving around an , the chorus is sung in a high tone over sparkly instrumentation before the beat drops to grinding verses, where she sings in the gravelly tones of her lower register.
The inspiration for the song came from an ex-boyfriend. Diamandis' vocals in the song have been described as operatic. Luke and Cirkut, Programmer, Instrumentation - Tim Roberts and Phil Seaford, Engineer Copyright : 2012 679 Recordings Ltd. Archived from on 14 April 2012. . . .
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