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Yeah Yeah is a song by Bodyrox. It was popularised in clubs by the D. Ramirez remix, which became the backing for the radio edit, featuring Luciana. It has been described by both Nic Fanciulli and Paul Woolford as one the biggest tunes in Miami, and has reached #2 on the UK Top 40, also charting in the Netherlands and Finland.

It is also featured on the Miniclip game, "Up Beat". It is on the hardest level, the most difficult song.

Music video

The music video is available in both a censored and an uncensored form. Both versions feature Luciana and an assortment of young adults in a dingy room. As the music continues, the young adults become increasingly aroused, and start to make out with each other if in pairs, or rub themselves if alone; in the uncensored version of the video, the behaviour extends into crotch rubbing and bared breast fondling. Euphemisms including the connecting of microphone cables, spilling of milk are subtly woven into both versions of the video, and they conclude with Luciana dousing the room with gasoline and sparking a cigarette lighter.



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