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Cartoons - DooDah! / Witch Doctor
"DooDah!" is a song by the Danish bubblegum dance group Cartoons. It was released in 1998 on FLEX Records and EMI as the debut single and as well as the second track from their debut studio album, Toonage (1998).
It is a song that was originally inspired by traditional "Camptown Races" and its Eurodance adaptation written by Jesper Dukholt (Sponge), Erling Jensen (Shooter) and Martin Østengaard (Toonie) and produced by Michael Pfundheller, Sponge and Toonie.
Toonage is the debut album from the Danish bubblegum dance group Cartoons. It was released in 1998 and was a huge success for the band. The album inside keeps the group's biggest hit "Witch Doctor", a cover version of Ross Bagdasarian's song from 1958. It reached # 2 on the UK Singles Chart.
The first single "DooDah!", adapted from American folk song "Camptown Races", was a big hit also in several countries, including Denmark, where it reached # 3 on the Danish charts.
The album was rereleased in 1999 titled More Toonage which contained more songs than the original.
L'album è stato ristampato nel 2001 con l'aggiunta di alcune tracce e con il titolo More Toonage.
Ha venduto 2 milioni di copie ed è l'album di maggior successo della band.
Cartoons, also known as Cartoons DK, were a bubblegum dance and country pop band from Denmark, best known for their Eurodance cover of the 1958 novelty song "Witch Doctor" by Ross Bagdasarian and their "DooDah!" song, both hits of 1998, as well as for their outlandish plastic costumes and wigs used in live performances as caricatures of 1950s American Rock and roll stars.
I Cartoons sono stati un gruppo musicale danese nato nel 1998. I componenti sono travestiti da personaggi dei cartoni animati, con enormi parrucche e vestiti larghi e coloratissimi. Perfino gli strumenti erano "truccati". Il loro genere musicale era da loro stessi chiamato "technobilly", cioè un misto tra il rockabilly e la musica techno.