Don't Blame The World, It's the DJ's Fault

Album: Night Shades (2011)
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Songfacts®:

  • The first track to be released from American pop band Cobra Starship's fourth album, Night Shades, aims more at the dance floor than most of the group's past work. It finds lead singer Gabe Saporta exhorting somebody whose down to let the club be their salvation. "Get, get, get on the beat now," he sings. "You'll see your troubles fade when the lights go low."
  • The song's music video features an eggplant with sunglasses and headphones getting made into eggplant Parmesan.

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