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* AutoTune: Used on [[DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals in the band's remix of "Escape from the City." (Note that other distortion in their songs is vocoder-based.)

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* AutoTune: Used on [[DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals in the band's remix of "Escape from the City." (Note that other distortion in City" on Ted Poley's vocals from the original version. Averted with their songs is vocoder-based.)original songs, which use vocoder.



* GenreShift: Shifted away from synthpop and towards a more commercial EDM sound on Overtime.

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* GenreShift: Shifted away from synthpop and towards a more commercial EDM sound on Overtime.''Overtime''.



* TitleDrop: "Breakout" has one to the song itself and one to its album, "Take It to the Floor," in the form of the lyrics "Break out and take it to the floor."

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* TitleDrop: TitleDrop
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"Breakout" has one to the song itself and one to its album, "Take It to the Floor," in the form of the lyrics "Break out and take it to the floor."


In 2013 they released the ''Overtime EP'' and their song ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wvzfOyW0ZMo&feature=kp Take Me Home (ft. Bebe Rexha)]]'' became their first radio hit, placing 86 on the Billboard Hot 100.



* GenreShift: Shifted away from synthpop and towards a more commercial EDM sound on Overtime.



* AWildRapperAppears: MC Oz in "Everytime We Touch" and Spose in "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)."

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** "Overtime" is said a bunch of times on the eponymous song from their Overtime EP.
* AWildRapperAppears: MC Oz in "Everytime We Touch" and Spose in "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)."


* {{Autotune}}: Sometimes used, though it's pretty much used for the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning, especially since most lyrics don't use it. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)

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* {{Autotune}}: Sometimes used, though it's pretty much used for AutoTune: Used on [[DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals in the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning, especially since most lyrics don't use it. (Of course, in their band's remix of "Escape from the City" City." (Note that other distortion in ''Sonic Generations'', it their songs is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.vocoder-based.)


* AWildRapperAppears: MC Oz in "Everytime We Touch" and Spose in "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)."



* [[HeyItsThatGuy Hey, It's That Girl!]]: [[Series/DancingWithTheStars Lacey Schwimmer]] contributed vocals to "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)."



* TitleDrop: "Breakout" has one to the song itself and one to its album, "Take It to the Floor," in the form of the lyrics "Break out and take it to the floor."

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* TitleDrop: "Breakout" has one to the song itself and one to its album, "Take It to the Floor," in the form of the lyrics "Break out and take it to the floor."
* AWildRapperAppears: MC Oz in "Everytime We Touch" and Spose in "Red Cup (I Fly Solo).
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* AutoTune: Sometimes used, though it's pretty much used for the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)

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* AutoTune: {{Autotune}}: Sometimes used, though it's pretty much used for the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning.tuning, especially since most lyrics don't use it. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)


* AutoTune: Seems to be Alex's style (not so much Jean Paul's), though it's pretty much used for the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)

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* AutoTune: Seems to be Alex's style (not so much Jean Paul's), Sometimes used, though it's pretty much used for the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)


They have done some work on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' series, such as working with Jun Senoue of Music/{{Crush 40}} on a remix of the American Stardust Speedway's present music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD'' and several tracks in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', as well as working with the entire Crush 40 band on a remix of Sonic Boom from the former and the band alone working on some other tracks (as well as Jean Paul and Alex working on some music in ''VideoGame/SonicColors'').

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They have done some work on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' series, such as working with Jun Senoue of Music/{{Crush 40}} on a remix of the American Stardust Speedway's Speedway present music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD'' and several tracks in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', as well as working with the entire Crush 40 band on a remix of Sonic Boom from the former and the band alone working on some other tracks (as well as Jean Paul and Alex working on some music in ''VideoGame/SonicColors'').



* PrecisionFStrike: "Ain't got shit" at the end of "Still Got It" and "You know I like it loud... can't here a fucking sound" from "I Like It Loud."

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* PrecisionFStrike: "Ain't got shit" at the end of "Still Got It" and "You know I like it loud... can't here hear a fucking sound" from "I Like It Loud."


* AutoTune: Seems to be Alex's style, though it's pretty much used for the effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)

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* AutoTune: Seems to be Alex's style, style (not so much Jean Paul's), though it's pretty much used for the electronic effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning. (Of course, in their remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)


'''Cash Cash''' is a SynthPop group from Roseland, New Jersey. Originally formed by Jean Paul Makhlouf and Sam Frisch as The Consequence, the two were later joined by Anthony Villacari and Jean Paul's brother Alex (though Villacari has since left the band).

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'''Cash Cash''' is a SynthPop and [[ElectronicMusic electronic]] dance music group from Roseland, New Jersey. Originally formed by Jean Paul Makhlouf and Sam Frisch as The Consequence, the two were later joined by Anthony Villacari and Jean Paul's brother Alex (though Villacari has since left the band).
band) and their name became what it is now.



* AWildRapperAppears: MC Oz in "Everytime We Touch" and Spose in "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)."



* DanceMusic: Some of their work is classified as such.
* IntercourseWithYou: Several, especially on their ''Love or Lust'' album. (Like Crush 40, which had covers of "[[Music/TheCult Fire Woman]]" and "[[Music/{{Hardline}} Hot Cherie]]," it's unusual considering their video game work.)

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* DanceMusic: Some of AutoTune: Seems to be Alex's style, though it's pretty much used for the effects it adds to voices and not for actual tuning. (Of course, in their work remix of "Escape from the City" in ''Sonic Generations'', it is classified used to auto-tune [[Music/DangerDanger Ted Poley]]'s vocals from the original version to the tune of the Endless Mine music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3''.)
* DealWithTheDevil: Selling one's soul is used
as such.
a metaphor in "Radio."
* [[HeyItsThatGuy Hey, It's That Girl!]]: [[Series/DancingWithTheStars Lacey Schwimmer]] contributed vocals to "Red Cup (I Fly Solo)."
* IntercourseWithYou: Several, Multiple, especially on their ''Love or Lust'' album. (Like Crush 40, which had covers of "[[Music/TheCult Fire Woman]]" and "[[Music/{{Hardline}} Hot Cherie]]," it's unusual considering their video game work.)



* ShoutOut: "Michael Jackson (The Beat Goes On)" is one big tribute to Music/MichaelJackson.

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* ShoutOut: "Michael Jackson (The Beat Goes On)" is one big tribute to Music/MichaelJackson.Music/MichaelJackson.
* TitleDrop: "Breakout" has one to the song itself and one to its album, "Take It to the Floor," in the form of the lyrics "Break out and take it to the floor."

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'''Cash Cash''' is a SynthPop group from Roseland, New Jersey. Originally formed by Jean Paul Makhlouf and Sam Frisch as The Consequence, the two were later joined by Anthony Villacari and Jean Paul's brother Alex (though Villacari has since left the band).

They have done some work on the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' series, such as working with Jun Senoue of Music/{{Crush 40}} on a remix of the American Stardust Speedway's present music from ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD'' and several tracks in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', as well as working with the entire Crush 40 band on a remix of Sonic Boom from the former and the band alone working on some other tracks (as well as Jean Paul and Alex working on some music in ''VideoGame/SonicColors'').

!!Cash Cash provides examples of:
* AntiLoveSong: "Victim of Love."
* DanceMusic: Some of their work is classified as such.
* IntercourseWithYou: Several, especially on their ''Love or Lust'' album. (Like Crush 40, which had covers of "[[Music/TheCult Fire Woman]]" and "[[Music/{{Hardline}} Hot Cherie]]," it's unusual considering their video game work.)
* PrecisionFStrike: "Ain't got shit" at the end of "Still Got It" and "You know I like it loud... can't here a fucking sound" from "I Like It Loud."
* SelfTitledAlbum: The ''Cash Cash'' EP.
* ShoutOut: "Michael Jackson (The Beat Goes On)" is one big tribute to Music/MichaelJackson.

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