|Tons of Friends|
|Studio album by|
|Released||March 8, 2010|
|Genre||Electro house, hip house, dubstep|
|Label||Southern Fried Records/3ème Bureau|
|Singles from Tons Of Friends|
Tons of Friends is the debut album by Italian electronic duo Crookers. It was released on March 8, 2010 on Southern Fried Records. Many of the songs feature collaborations, including Kid Cudi, Soulwax, Kelis, will.i.am, Róisín Murphy, Miike Snow and many more.
The song "Royal T" featuring Róisín Murphy was featured on Season 7 of So You Think You Can Dance .
|1.||"We Love Animals" (feat. Soulwax & Mixhell)||5:03|
|2.||"No Security" (feat. Kelis)||3:07|
|3.||"Natural Born Hustler" (feat. Pitbull)||3:08|
|4.||"Let's Get Beezy" (feat. will.i.am)||2:58|
|5.||"Park the Truck" (feat. Spank Rock)||1:58|
|6.||"Hold Up Your Hand" (feat. Róisín Murphy)||3:13|
|7.||"Hip Hop Changed" (feat. Rye Rye)||4:47|
|8.||"Cooler Couleur" (feat. Yelle )||4:47|
|9.||"Birthday Bash" (feat. The Very Best, Dargen D'Amico & Marina Gasolina)||4:07|
|10.||"Put Your Hands on Me" (feat. Kardinal Offishall & Carla-Marie)||3:40|
|11.||"Royal T" (feat. Róisín Murphy)||5:23|
|12.||"Remedy" (feat. Miike Snow)||3:11|
|13.||"Arena" (feat. Poirier & Face-T)||3:35|
|14.||"Tee-Pee Theme" (feat. Drop the Lime)||1:42|
|15.||"Transilvania" (feat. Steed Lord)||4:07|
|16.||"Have Mercy" (feat. Carrie Wilds)||3:25|
|17.||"Jump Up" (feat. Major Lazer, Leftside & Supahype)||3:47|
|18.||"Lone White Wolf" (feat. Tim Burgess)||3:27|
|19.||"Day 'n' Nite" (Acapella Skit)||1:58|
|20.||"Embrace the Martian" (feat. Kid Cudi)||3:38|
|21.||"Outro" (feat. Dargen D'Amico)|
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