Trio - Da Da Da I Don't Love You You Don't Love Me Aha Aha Aha

Cover Trio - Da Da Da I Don't Love You You Don't Love Me Aha Aha Aha
7" Single
Mercury 6005 210


Binnenkomst:26/06/1982 (Positie 21)
Laatste week notering:07/08/1982 (Positie 43)
Piekpositie:11 (2 Weken)
Aantal weken:7
Positie aller tijden:7898 (547 Punten)
In de landen:
nl  Piek: 11 / Weken: 7
be  Piek: 4 / Weken: 15 (V)
nz  Piek: 1 / Weken: 21


7" Single Mercury 6005 210
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1.Da Da Da I Don't Love You You Don't Love Me Aha Aha Aha
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Puntengemiddelde: 3.82 (Reviews: 38)

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ik vond dit wel een komisch en leuk nummer

Snormobiel Beusichem
▒ Grappige plaat van de Duitse formatie "Trio" uit juni 1982 (Holland) !!! Maar je moet de plaat van "Stephan Remmler, Gert 'Kralle' Krawinkel en Peter Behrens" inderdaad niet méér dan één keer beluisteren !!! Hij wordt dan al gauw ééntonig en een beetje vervelend !!! Krap 3 sterren voor deze Engelse uitvoering, de Duitse 1 ster meer !!! (NL Top 40: 7 wk / # 7) ☺!!!

Cool title. Cool track.
Laatst gewijzigd: 17/04/2013 16:10

lol no.

matty d
1 star

I so often complicated things, but justifiably. I feel as though 95% of my reviews these days are either 2, 3 or 4 stars for the reason that I'm open to enough genres and styles where it takes a lot to offend my ears, meanwhile it takes something truly extraordinary to break through the clutter to earn a higher rating. Back to my topic sentence though: some songs are just not so simply categorised. Take LMFAO's perennial hit 'Party Rock Anthem' for example. I could have justified anywhere from 1 to 5 for that song; it was played everywhere and it was one of the most talked about songs of its year. Its appeal to the mainstream audience of the time was clearly evident, but what did I think of it? At first I figured it was perhaps a bit left-field and I didn't mind it for what it was, but once the exposure kicked in I felt more detached to it. And then for some reason, an implicit form of Stockholm syndrome to kick into play and I ended up liking it a lot. If one's exposure to something they wouldn't otherwise voluntarily be drawn to is skewed, this can certainly have a skewed result as to what would be expected. I wonder what my opinion of 'Party Rock Anthem' will be in five years time.

I have no idea why, but I had major exposure to this song many years ago. I didn't necessarily know it by its proper name, but I think we had it on some sort of compilation and I heard it a lot. Here's the difference: "heard" and not "listened". As perhaps a novelty thing, this works well for the mainstream audience. It has quirky melodies, interesting vocals and dare I say an interesting chorus. As an 8-year old, yes I liked this. But to say I didn't really know any better isn't so much an arrogant dig at music habits, but rather a perfectly justified observation considering the only music I seemed to take any interest into at the time was confined to the talents of Vedder, Kiedis and Bennington. And yes this was on an ad, that always helps.

This song was good for what it was. The exposure I had to it favourably skewed my opinion of it, and after going for many years without hearing it, I now make a revision of this. It's shit, so shit. When I would have said it was fun a decade ago, I now call nauseating. I'd like to think there wouldn't be many people who still enjoy this as much as they did in 1982. But then again, it really does depend so much on how one's music tastes develop over time because mine today is unrecognisable to that of 8-year old me. This has left somewhat of a legacy behind but considering LMFAO's legacy seems to have been far more substantial, I don't think the same result will translate over. 1.25

Awful. So so bad. #2 of 1982 in New Zealand.
Laatst gewijzigd: 18/04/2017 10:59

Ja ja ja, dit is leuk

Grappig nummer,wat ook een flinke hit werd
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