Home | Top Views | Last Creations | Search | Random Mix | Comments | || YouTube Go on youtube.com

Check for low quality
| |
multiple safety dance?

This set has accumulated 2,637 points based on views and sharing
You like it? Red heart Make it famous: (5,273 views)


Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Youtube Thumbnail Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
Men Without Hats - Safety Dance (Official Music Video)
by UnidiscMusic
2:53 - 41,821,101 views

Check out our website for more Unidisc content: http://geni.us/BnsAGB
Shop for Vinyls, CDs, Merch and More: http://geni.us/UAcik

Buy/Stream • http://geni.us/ThUo9
Facebook • http://geni.us/unidiscfacebook
SoundCloud • http://geni.us/unidiscsoundcloud
Shop • http://geni.us/unidiscshop
Twitter • http://geni.us/unidisctwitter
Instagram • http://geni.us/unidiscinstagram
YouTube • http://geni.us/unidiscyoutube

© Unidisc Music


The new wave synth pop collective Men Without Hats were formed in 1980 by brothers Ivan and Stefan Doroschuk. Ivan was the leader of the group, writing the majority of the songs and providing the lead vocals; Stefan was the guitarist; and other members changed frequently throughout the course of the group's career. They independently released their debut EP, Folk of the '80s, in 1980; it was reissued the following year by Stiff in Britain. During 1982, the band consisted of Ivan, Stefan, another brother Colin Doroschuk (keyboards), along with drummer Allan McCarthy; this is the lineup that recorded Men Without Hats' 1982 debut album, Rhythm of Youth. Taken from their debut, the single "The Safety Dance" became a major hit, peaking on the American charts at number three in 1983. Driven by an insistent three-chord synthesizer riff, the song was one of the biggest synth pop hits of the new wave era. The group wasn't able to exploit its success, however. Folk of the '80s (Part III) stalled at number 127 on the charts in America and made even less of an impact in other parts of the world. Thanks to the minor-hit title track, 1987's Pop Goes the World was a bigger success, yet it didn't recapture the audience their first album had gained. Released two years later, The Adventures of Women & Men Without Hate in the 21st Century failed to chart, as did its follow-up, 1991's Sideways. The two albums' lack of success effectively put an end to Men Without Hats' career.
Hot Tub Time Machine
Other Mashups
Comment (0)
Do another Mashup
See another Mashup !
Pocaitii! Integrarea in absolutul absolutului din vodka sparta remixes side by side 29 12345678998765432112345
trwohuydna zgrywoszutka Pulcino Pio 8 Languages THESE STRIKES ARE WRONG, SET ASIDE THE RHETORIC\
Up to faster Toy Story Timon and Pumbaa Rewind Quadparison 16 Loud Sisters Eightparison (UHC 10)
Just Dance 2014 - Robot Rock vs Nitro Bot what is ADRENALINEEEEEEEEEEEEE exdesda Bumper rai 1-2-3-4-5 movie-premium-sport