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April 16, 2016
 

Ice MC-Think About The Way (Videoclip)

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“Think About the Way” is a 1994 song recorded by  ICE MC and ALEXIA. It was a second single from 1994 album Ice’n’Green on which it appears in four versions, and his tenth single overall. It was written and produced by Robyx, and the female vocals were performed by Alexia. It hit some success, reaching the top 15 in France, Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Sweden and Netherlands. It was released under the title “Think About the Way (Bom Digi Bom…)” in UK and Ireland, which it refers to the first words of the first verse. The song was re-issued in 1996 in UK, then in 2002 in a remixed version, then in 2007 by Frisco vs ICE MC. The original version featured in the soundtrack of the 1996 film Trainspotting.

Trance DJ and producer act Virtual Vault made a new version of the track featuring the original vocals from Alexia and Ice MC called Think About The Way 2010. In 2011, the German dance band Groove Coverage made a revamped release also called “Think About the Way” featuring vocals from Rameez. Although the Groove Coverage song released on Suprime Records, Sony Music Entertainment released on March 16, 2012, borrows the music and the main refrain of the song, it adds new lyrics in the rest of the song. The Groove Coverage version had been popular in dance venues and a minor hit in Germany reaching number 54 in the German Media Control AG charts.

In 2012, the Iranian-Swedish artist Arash released a musical adaptation of the song called “She Makes Me Go” that borrows widely from the original but with completely new lyrics. Released on initially on EMI Music Sweden and Extravaganza Records on September 17, 2012, it featured Jamaican dancehall singer Sean Paul and was co-written by Roberto Zanetti, Alex Arash Labaf and Sean Henriques (Sean Paul). Re-released on February 15, 2013 on Universal Music in Germany and other European countries, “She Makes Me Go” has charted in Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Romania and Poland.

In 2013, Canadian DJ Anthony Simons produced a cover with Anna Berardi.

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