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Natalie Horler, singer of Cascada, 2011
Background information
OriginBonn, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
GenresDance, eurodance, trance, electropop, electro house
Years active2004–present
LabelsZooland Records, AATW
MembersNatalie Horler
DJ Manian

Cascada is a German pop group. They are most famous for their songs "Everytime We Touch" in 2005, "What Hurts the Most" in 2007 and "Evacuate the Dancefloor" in 2009.[1] Members of the group are the female singer Natalie Horler [2] and the two Record Producers DJ Manian and Yanou.

Carrer beginnings and Everytime We Touch (2004-2006)[change | change source]

They started writing songs for the album in late 2003, like, the title track (Everytime We Touch), Miracle and Bad Boy, they recorded a slow version of Everytime We Touch around the same time. Then, in 2004, the studio released Miracle and Bad Boy as singles and released the album in early 2005, the title track for the album released in 2005 (both original and slow versions), then they had a tour for the album from summer of 2005 to fall of 2006, They ended the tour in favor for their second album in 2007.

Perfect Day and Evacuate The Dancefloor (2007-2010)[change | change source]

Their second album, Perfect Day started to get worked on, right after the Everytime We Touch tour concluded in fall 2006. They released the album in 2007. They had a tour for the album in 2007-2008. Then in fall 2008, they started to work on their third album, Evacuate the Dancefloor. They released this album in 2009, had a tour in 2009-2010 and like every album, stops in favor for a new album.

Original Me, Back on the Dancefloor, It's Christmas Time and miscellaneous singles (2011-present)[change | change source]

In fall 2010, they started to work on their fourth and final studio album, Original Me. Then, they released it in 2011, had a tour in 2011-2012, but this time, it didn't stop because they're was gonna be a new album in 2013 (which there isn't), The reason is unknown. In 2012, they released two other albums (which are NOT studio albums). In 2013, they released an acoustic album. After that, they released other singles, which she was in from other people.

Discography[change | change source]

Studio albums[change | change source]

2005: Everytime We Touch (30 March)
2007: Perfect Day (3 December)
2009: Evacuate The Dancefloor (3 July)
2011: Original Me (17 June)

Other albums[change | change source]

2006: The Remix Album
2009: Greatest Hits
2010: Just The Hits
2012: Back On The Dancefloor
2012: It's Christmas Time
2013: The Best Of Cascada
2013: Acoustic Sessions

Singles[change | change source]

2004: Bad Boy (1 September), Miracle (23 November)
2005: Everytime We Touch (16 August), How Do You Do (30 September)
2006: Truly, Madly, Deeply (31 January), A Neverending Dream (4 March), Ready For Love (16 September)
2007: What Hurts The Most (21 November)
2008: What Do You Want From Me (7 March), Because The Night (18 July), Faded (26 August), Perfect Day (5 October)
2009: Evacuate The Dancefloor (29 June), Fever (9 October)
2010: Dangerous (3 March), Pyromania (2 August)
2011: San Francisco (20 June), Au Revoir (23 September), Night Nurse (16 December)

Awards and nominations[change | change source]

Year Awards Category Nominated work Result
2006 International Dance Music Awards Best New Dance Artist Solo[3] Won
Best High Energy/Euro Track Everytime We Touch Nominated
Napster Awards Most-Played Dance/Electronic Recording[4] Won
2007 World Music Awards World's Best Selling Female Pop Artist[5] Nominated
Best-Selling German Artist Award Won
2008 European Border Breakers Award (EBBA) Best European Border Breaker- Germany[6] Everytime We Touch Won
International Dance Music Awards Best High Energy/ Euro Track[7] Truly, Madly, Deeply Nominated
Best Dance Artist (Solo)[7] Nominated
2009 Best Dance Artist (Solo)[8] Won
2010 Best High Energy/Euro Track[9] Evacuate the Dancefloor Nominated
Best Pop Dance Track[9] Nominated
Best Artist (Group)[9] Won
Comet Best Female Artist Evacuate the Dancefloor Won
Urban Music Awards Best Dance Act Won
MTV Video Music Awards Best Dance Music Video Evacuate the Dancefloor Nominated

References[change | change source]

  2. "The Sun". The Sun.
  3. Interview mit Energy Arizona FM. (Zurzeit nicht online verfügbar.) Energy Arizona FM, retrieved, 27, January 2008. (MP3-Format, englisch)
  4. Napster Announces Winners of Digital Music Awards. Archived 7 October 2007 at the Wayback Machine, 19. Dezember 2006, retrieved, 7 January 2008. (englisch)
  5. Pressebericht des World Music Awards 2007 Archived 28 February 2008 at the Wayback Machine. World Music Awards, 4. November 2007, retrieved, 27 January 2008. (Word-Dokument, englisch)
  6. Gewinnerliste des European Border Breakers Award. Archived 17 January 2008 at the Wayback Machine European Border Breakers, retrieved, 15 January 2008. (englisch)
  7. 7.0 7.1 Nominierten- und Gewinnerliste des IDMA 2008. Archived 17 May 2016 at the Wayback Machine Winter Music Conference, zuletzt retrieved, 29 September 2010. (englisch)
  8. Nominierten- und Gewinnerliste des IDMA 2009 Archived 20 August 2015 at the Wayback Machine. Winter Music Conference, retrieved, 29 September 2010. (englisch)
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Nominierten- und Gewinnerliste des IMDA 2010. Archived 18 March 2010 at the Wayback Machine Winter Music Conference, retrieved, 29 September 2010. (englisch)