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"Disco Romancing" Single by Elena Gheorghe from the album Midnight Sun Released May, 2010 Format airplay, digital download Genre dance, house, Pop Length 3:13 Label Roton Records, Cat Music Writer(s) Laurenţiu Duţă, Ovidiu Bistriceanu Producer Laurenţiu Duţă Elena Gheorghe singles chronology "The Balkan Girls" (2009) "Disco Romancing" (2010) "Midnight Sun" (2010) "Disco Romancing" is a song by Romanian artist Elena Gheorghe. It is her sixth single to be released and the first since her Eurovision Song Contest entry, in 2009. With "Disco Romancing", Gheorghe tries a new musical style, house, a very successful musical style in Romania, and, because of Romanian artists such as Inna and Edward Maya, worldwide. The song was written by Laurenţiu Duţă (ex- 3 Sud Est) and Ovidiu Bistriceanu, and was produced by Duţă.They have also wrote and produced "The Balkan Girls" for Elena. The song leaked on the Internet in mid-April 2010 and was confirmed as Elena's future single in early May. The music video was filmed in May 2010 and the main set was the A2 motorway, on the way to the Black Sea. The director of the video is Dragoş Buliga. "Disco Romancing" debuted at number 74 in the Romanian Top 100 and later became Gheorghe's second number one in the chart. With this feat, she became the first Romanian female artist to top the chart twice. It has also charted in Ukraine, Russia, Bulgaria and Hungary. Contents 1 Background 2 Music video 3 Chart performance 4 Live performance 5 Charts 6 See also 7 References Background "Disco Romancing" is an up-tempo song, the musical style is house, with minimal and euro-dance influences. It was written by Laurenţiu Duţă and Ovidiu Bistriceanu and produced by Duţă. It consists in two verses and a three-time-repeated chorus. It has also two Italian references - "Every Boy goes to Roma" and "Every Boy says <Ti Amo>". Music video The music video was shot in May 2010 on the A2 Motorway of Romania and in a gas station near Medgidia. It was directed by Dragoş Buliga and features Elena and three back-up dancers.[1] Some of the ideas belong to Elena. The video starts with her and two dancers wearing military-like clothes in a car driven by Elena. They stop somewhere on the motorway to take Elena some pictures. She wears a dress made-up only by pictures of herself. Then Elena is shown in a Zorbing ball, holding a doll. In the end, Elena and three back up dancers are doing a choreography in front of a gas station by night. The video lasts 3:13 minutes and premiered on YouTube, on May 31, 2010, and at the TV station Kiss TV on June 1. The High Definition video premiered on U TV HD in mid-June, 2010. On YouTube, the video gained over 5, 000, 000 views as of January 2011. Chart performance "Disco Romancing" debuted at number 74 in the Romanian Top 100, on April 25, 2010. A few weeks later it reached number 25, becoming Elena's sixth consecutive top 25 hit in Romania. On July 31, the song entered the top 10. On September 19, 2010, "Disco Romancing" became Elena's second consecutive release to reach number-one, after "The Balkan Girls". It has stayed in the top of the chart for a month (4 weeks) and it has spent a total of 13 weeks in the top 10. At the year-end chart, it became the fourteenth song of the year with 8,796 airings, behind Lady Gaga's "Bad Romance".[2] The song managed to peak at number-three in the Hungarian Dance Chart, on January 10, 2011, in its 11th week in the top forty.[3]"Disco Romancing" was released as an EP via iTunes in the United States, on December 6.[4] "Disco Romancing" entered the European Hot 100 at number 81 on September 26, 2010 [5] In the European Airplay Chart it had peaked at number 79. The song has also hit the bubbling-under chart of the UK Singles Chart, at number 99 (#199 in the complete Top 200), in August, 2010. It has remained in the chart for just one week. The song has also charted in Bulgaria, Russia and Ukraine. In France and Spain the single was out in early February, 2011, via iTunes. Live performance The first ever performance of the song was on "Liber la Vacanta" a Romanian TV show, where the music video premiered. Elena performed "Disco Romancing" at "Neatza cu Razvan si Dani" and "Acces Direct" (Antena 1 shows) and at the "Bucharest Days". She has performed it on the New Year coverage of Pro TV. The variation of the song for the live performances was adapted to Elena's former style - more latino, with some merengue beats. The song was also covered and performed by Inna during her 2011 French tour INNA en Concert. Charts Charts (2010/11) Peak position Bulgarian Airplay Chart 23 Czech Republic (IFPI)[6] 59 Airplay Top 100 (Europe) 79 Flaix Fm (Spain)[7] 15 Hungary (Dance Chart)[8] 3 Hungary (Club Chart)[9] 1 Romania (Radio Songs)[10] 1 Máxima Fm (Spain)[11] 1 Romania (UPFR)[12] 1 Russia (TopHit) 8 UK (Singles Chart)[13] 199 Ukraine (Airplay Chart) 12 See also List of number-one singles in Romania References ^ ^ ^ ^ Disco Romancing: EP by Elena ^ ^ "ČNS IFPI" (in Czech). Hitparáda – Radio Top100 Oficiální. IFPI Czech Republic. Note: insert 201112 into search. Retrieved 2011-03-23. ^ [1] ^ ^ [2] ^ ^ [3] ^ Number-one in Romania ^ v · d · eElena Gheorghe Studio albums Vocea Ta • Lilicea Vreariei • Te Ador Singles "Vocea Ta" • "Ochii Tai Caprui" • "Te Ador" • "Pana la Stele" • "The Balkan Girls" • "Disco Romancing" • "Midnight Sun" Featured singles "My Superstar" • Hot girls Other songs "I'm On Fire" • "I Need an Angel" Related Discography • Eurovision Song Contest 2009