All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Gotye’

Gotye Claims Spotify’s Top Track of 2012

Another day, another year-in-review from a popular site or app. This time it’s Spotify’s turn to unveil the top tracks, artists, and albums of the year, according to their streaming and sharing stats. Congratulations Gotye, your song “Somebody That I Used to Know” is Spotify’s most popular track of the year. Spotify tracked the top songs in 15 different countries, …

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Gotye Makes His Own “Somebody That I Used to Know” Supercut

Offline, it’s been nearly impossible to avoid “Somebody That I Used to Know,” the infectious breakout hit for Australian singer Wally De Backer, better known as Gotye. And online, it’s been equally as difficult to avoid the hundreds of covers that have popped up on YouTube. Although “Gotye supercut” may not interest you immediately, it will probably help to know …

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“Call Me Maybe”, Gotye Hook Up In Mysterious Video

Two of the year’s most popular, stick-in-your-head-until-you-want-to-stick-something-sharp-in-your-ear songs have now come together in a force of nature so powerful you might start booty-poppin’ at your desk. I’m serious. It’s catchy. Pomplamoose–even the band name is catchy–have mashed up the infamous Carly Rae Jepsen song “Call Me Maybe” with Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” and set it to a …

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Gotye Dead? Nah, Just A Victim Of “Citizen Journalism”

You can’t believe everything you see on the interwebs. That goes double for anything you see on a breaking news site that allows average Joes to post stories without the intervening hand of….well, anyone. So, despite what you may have seen on Twitter, 32-year-old singer Wouter De Backer, better known as Gotye, is alive and well. But that doesn’t mean …

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Here’s The Star Wars-Themed Gotye Parody You’re Looking For

Because f*ck George Lucas, apparently. Many Star Wars fans can relate to the notion that the Star Wars of old has been dumped on, tainted, over-modified, and generally fouled up by a little too much hands-on action in the decades following the series’ debut. To these maligned fans, they may often sit back and wonder just what happend to the …

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