|"Those Sexy Saucer Gals (WeHaveLove Remix)"|
|Single by The Superions|
|Released||August 24, 2010|
|Songwriter(s)||Fred Schneider, Noah Brodie, Dan Marshall|
|The Superions singles chronology|
"Those Sexy Saucer Gals (WeHaveLove Remix)" is the fourth single by The Superions, a side project of Fred Schneider of The B-52s.From April–June 2010, The Superions held a remix contest for their song "Those Sexy Saucer Gals", the Swedish band WeHaveLove was chosen as the winner and "Those Sexy Saucer Gals (WeHaveLove Remix)" was released as a digital single on iTunes on August 24, 2010. The song was later included on the digital "Bonus Track Version" of The Superions EP released on March 1, 2011.
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"Soul Survivor" is the third single release from British singer-songwriter Beverley Knight's sixth studio album, 100%. The song is a duet with soul singer Chaka Khan. The song received a full digital download single release on 8 March 2010. There are two versions of the song, the album version and the radio edit, which halves verse one of the song.
"Dirty Talk" is a song by American recording artist Wynter Gordon, taken from her debut studio album, With the Music I Die. It was released in the United States on February 17, 2010. The song was written by Gordon, Michael Caren, Gregory Ferguson, Nicole Morier, Norman White and produced by Jupiter Ace. "Dirty Talk" is a dance-pop song backed by a house beat, inspired by a bedroom fantasy. Gordon has stated that the song is a lyrical product of her and her girlfriends goofing around in the studio.
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"Higher" is a song performed by British-Irish girl group the Saturdays taken from their debut extended play, Headlines!. Written by Ina Wroldsen and co-written & produced by Arnthor Birgisson, the song confirmed to be the EP's second single when it was released on 1 November 2010 by Fascination Records. In preparation for its release, the single was remixed to feature new vocals from American rapper Flo Rida after the rapper's single "Club Can't Handle Me" beat the group's previous single "Missing You" to number one; it was the second time they had lost the position to Flo Rida. Rochelle Wiseman jokingly said that the group would never get a number one until they collaborated with him.
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