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"Blue (Da Ba Dee)" is a single by Italian group Eiffel 65. It is by far the band's most popular single, reaching #1 in 17 countries, including the UK, Australia, and Norway, and also peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. The song was released in 1999 on the album Europop. The vocals were recorded using a vocoder, giving the vocals a robotic sound. The song was featured in an episode of the MTV shows Undressed and The Osbournes.

The song refers to a person who is figuratively "blue" - so "blue" that it begins to affect his world and life.

The song was used during a scene of the Frankie Muniz movie, Big Fat Liar. Muniz dyes the antagonist, Marty Wolf, blue in Wolf's pool by the addition of blue coloring. Later Muniz drives up beside as the song plays, referring to Marty's blue skin.

The song appears at #14 on Rolling Stone's list of the 20 Most Annoying Songs.[1]

Tracklist Edit

  1. "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" (DJ Ponte Ice Pop Radio Edit) (3:29)
  2. "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" (DJ Ponte Radio Edit) (4:43)

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