Fedde Le Grande is near the top of his game. Having dropped two massive singles within 12 month, "Put Your Hands Up For Detroit" in October 2006 and "The Creeps" in March 2007, a hat trick would have been unthinkable for a relative newcomer. Even if you don't like his pop-dance formula sucked up by Ministry/Data, Fedde's third single, "Let Me Think About It", confirms that he is the dance music success story of the moment.
The songs is already dominating dance floors and various mix CD; Pete Tong has stamped it, "one of the records of the year"; Kiss FM have playlisted 12 weeks upfront. Remixes are courtesy of Micky Slim, Eddie Theonick, Jason Herd, and Gregor Salto & Madskills. Eddie once again saves the day for fans of the slightly out-there with a tech'd up take. The music video, reminiscent of Robert Palmer's 80s classic Addicted to Love, features a treasure trove of dancing women nearly identical to the heavenly Ida Corr. Look for Fedde's debut album next year.
Artist: Ida Corr Vs. Fedde Le Grande
Format: CD, 12", MP3
Released: September 10th 2007
1. "Let Me Think About It" (club mix)
2. "Let Me Think About It" (Eddie Thoneick remix)
3. "Let Me Think About It" (Micky Slim remix)
4. "Let Me Think About It" (Jason Herd's Jfunk remix)