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But I like the track, I like the darkness of it." — and Fred says they've enjoyed watching Swift's transformation from country to pop and now, something "a bit darker …
[because] we're both cynical people." On the bright side, they've been overwhelmed by the uncynical nature of Swift's team, who he says have sent flower arrangements and "ring up all the time to keep us informed.
In another room, Q102 set up a photo booth for folks to bring home souvenirs for themselves.
" is inescapable and instantly sets your brain spinning. If you were asking that question on Thursday night (Aug.
24) when it dropped, all you had to do was look at the songwriting credits for the answer.
"Her team reached out to our publisher about a week ago and to be honest with you we're really happy with it," said 's Fred Fairbrass, who, along with brother Richard and songwriter Rob Manzoli, received a songwriting credit on Swift's new song thanks to its interpolation of their biggest hit, the 1991 smash "I'm Too Sexy." The dance-pop duo should be happy.
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You wouldn't know she's a much bigger star from the way she is." And while "Sexy" has gotten placed in countless films and TV shows over the years, this is the first time the Fairbrasses can think of someone giving them a songwriting credit, even if they're not quite sure how it came about.
"I would think the album took a long time and I'm not sure at what stage the song was in its development, but I'm sure at one point they said, ' This sounds like ' I'm Too Sexy,'" he says.
"But we like her, so we were really happy." What struck the pair after hearing the track — which is also credited to producer Jack Antonoff — was the affinity it has for the original song, which Fairbrass says was written "from a very cynical point of view.