The track that catches the vibe of the early 2000's like no other

Along with its provocative visuals that pushed boundaries in the early 2000s, the track Satisfaction is a testament to the innovative prowess of Marco Benny Benassi, a legendary figure in the world of electronic music.

Having carved out a niche for himself as a DJ, record producer and remixer, his indelible mark left on the electro house genre is most notably his 2002 summer club hit, Satisfaction.

In collaboration with his cousin Alessandro ‘Alle’ Benassi, Benny embarked on his musical journey, forming the electronica duo Benassi Bros. While the duo laid the groundwork for his career, it was under his pseudonym in 1997 that he began to make waves, introducing the world to the captivating sounds of Electric Flying. However, it was the international breakthrough with Satisfaction in 2002 that truly set the stage for Benassi's ascent. The track, a lead single from his album Hypnotica, featured vocals generated by MacinTalk, employing two speech synthesizers in unison to convey the iconic refrain, ‘Push me and then just touch me till I can get my satisfaction”.

As a single the track achieved remarkable success, reaching number two on the UK Singles Chart. Its impact extended globally, earning gold certifications in Australia, Belgium, France, and the United States. Notably, the song holds the 54th position among the best-selling singles of the 21st century in France, attaining a staggering 382,000 units sold by August 2014. Satisfaction should be recognised as a trailblazer, as it thrust electro-house music into the limelight.

The music video added an extra layer to its iconic status, featuring women clad in scanty construction outfits in a visually striking display. Serving as a quasi-musical advertisement for power tools, the video took a bold approach, utilising the tools in a provocative manner. Initially, an almost static image of the band overlaid with graphics constituted the video. Still, the Ministry of Sound record company made a strategic move to replace it with the more provocative version, showcasing models using power tools in a sensual context.

Benny Benassi's Satisfaction is like a timeless musical gem that totally captures the vibe of its time. The beats and catchy vocals have stuck with music lovers all around the globe. Taking a trip down memory lane with this track is like giving a shout-out to its role in shaping the electronic music scene of the early 2000s and recognising the lasting impact it still has today on the electro-house genre.

Along with its provocative visuals that pushed boundaries in the early 2000s, the track Satisfaction is a testament to the innovative prowess of Marco Benny Benassi, a legendary figure in the world of electronic music.

Having carved out a niche for himself as a DJ, record producer and remixer, his indelible mark left on the electro house genre is most notably his 2002 summer club hit, Satisfaction.

In collaboration with his cousin Alessandro ‘Alle’ Benassi, Benny embarked on his musical journey, forming the electronica duo Benassi Bros. While the duo laid the groundwork for his career, it was under his pseudonym in 1997 that he began to make waves, introducing the world to the captivating sounds of Electric Flying. However, it was the international breakthrough with Satisfaction in 2002 that truly set the stage for Benassi's ascent. The track, a lead single from his album Hypnotica, featured vocals generated by MacinTalk, employing two speech synthesizers in unison to convey the iconic refrain, ‘Push me and then just touch me till I can get my satisfaction”.

As a single the track achieved remarkable success, reaching number two on the UK Singles Chart. Its impact extended globally, earning gold certifications in Australia, Belgium, France, and the United States. Notably, the song holds the 54th position among the best-selling singles of the 21st century in France, attaining a staggering 382,000 units sold by August 2014. Satisfaction should be recognised as a trailblazer, as it thrust electro-house music into the limelight.

The music video added an extra layer to its iconic status, featuring women clad in scanty construction outfits in a visually striking display. Serving as a quasi-musical advertisement for power tools, the video took a bold approach, utilising the tools in a provocative manner. Initially, an almost static image of the band overlaid with graphics constituted the video. Still, the Ministry of Sound record company made a strategic move to replace it with the more provocative version, showcasing models using power tools in a sensual context.

Benny Benassi's Satisfaction is like a timeless musical gem that totally captures the vibe of its time. The beats and catchy vocals have stuck with music lovers all around the globe. Taking a trip down memory lane with this track is like giving a shout-out to its role in shaping the electronic music scene of the early 2000s and recognising the lasting impact it still has today on the electro-house genre.