|Studio album by deadmau5|
|Released||6 December 2010 (Worldwide)
7 December 2010 (United States)
|Genre||Progressive house, electro house, tech house, dubstep, trance|
Virgin (rest of world)
|Producer||Joel Zimmerman, Chris Lake, Joey Youngman|
The name of the album is a reference to a moment on deadmau5's Ustream channel when he was explaining his live set up for shows and said, 'Yeah, it's in four banks of four, and that equals 16,' and they were like, 'Dude, that's 12'! Everyone started saying it over and over again, and it just caught on."
The album received a Nomination for Best Dance/Electronica Album at the 54th Grammy Awards.
Songs[change | edit source]
|2.||"Sofi Needs a Ladder" (co-written by Chester Deitz aka DJ Aero)|
|3.||"A City in Florida"|
|5.||"Animal Rights" (with Wolfgang Gartner)|
|6.||"I Said (Michael Woods Remix)" (with Chris Lake and remixed by Michael Woods)|
|8.||"Right This Second"|
|9.||"Raise Your Weapon" (featuring Greta Svabo Bech from Picture Book and co-written by Sonny Moore and Cydney Sheffield)|
|10.||"One Trick Pony" (featuring and co-written by SOFI)|
References[change | edit source]
- "Deadmau5, '4x4=12' -- 2010 New Album Preview". AOL Music. http://www.aolradioblog.com/2010/11/23/deadmau5-4x4-12-2010-new-album/. Retrieved 2012-12-25.