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"Fa-Fa-Fa"
Single by Datarock
from the album Datarock Datarock
Released2006
FormatCD, digital download
Recorded2004-05
GenreDance-punk, indie pop, funk rock
Length5:08
Producer(s)Datarock
Datarock singles chronology
"Computer Camp Love"
(2003)
"Fa-Fa-Fa"
(2006)
"Bulldozer"
(2006)
"Computer Camp Love"
(2003)
"Fa-Fa-Fa"
(2006)
"Bulldozer"
(2006)
Music video
"Fa-Fa-Fa" on YouTube

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"Fa-Fa-Fa" is a song by the Norwegian band Datarock. The second single of first studio album Datarock Datarock in 2006.

The song was used in an episode of the Comedy Central series, Workaholics. The song was also used by Google to promote their new "Material Design" language on the newest version of their Android mobile operating system.[1] The somg eas also used in episode 3 of the Norwegian mini-series Swahiliwood starring Ylvis.

Music video[edit]

The music video was uploaded to NettwerkMusic's YouTube account on April 18, 2007.[2]

Track listing[edit]

CD Maxi single:[3]

  1. "Fa-Fa-Fa"
  2. "Fa-Fa-Fa" (Shakes Remix)
  3. "Fa-Fa-Fa" (Princess Superstar's New York Dirty Disco Rabbit Pearl Remix)
  4. "Fa-Fa-Fa" (Fa-Fa-Fast & Furious Discomix)

12" Vinyl:[4]

  • A1 "Fa-Fa-Fa"
  • A2 "Fa-Fa-Fa" (Princess Superstar's New York Dirty Disco Rabbit Pearl Remix)
  • B "Fa-Fa-Fa" (Fa-Fa-Fast & Furious Discomix)

7" Vinyl:[5]

  • A "Fa Fa Fa" (Album Version)
  • B "Fa Fa Fa" (Riton Turbo Disco Remix)

References[edit]

  1. "Material design". 3 July 2017. Retrieved 9 May 2017.
  2. [1]
  3. Datarock - Fa-Fa-Fa at Discogs
  4. Datarock - Fa-Fa-Fa at Discogs
  5. Datarock - Fa-Fa-Fa at Discogs

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