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"Bumble Bees" is the eleventh single release by the Scandinavian dance-pop group Aqua overall, and the first since "Lollipop (Candyman)" (1997) to not be released in the United Kingdom. The song appeared to more similar to their earlier releases, not possessing the slower beat of "Turn Back Time" or the anthemic, orchestral features of "Cartoon Heroes". Taken from the album Aquarius, the song was released in several countries in August of 2000, and achieved mixed success.

The video for the song was one of five Aqua-videos directed by Peder Pedersen. It parodied the groups status as a 'Barbie band', gained due to the success of their breakthrough hit "Barbie Girl". It featured the group trying to make a good music video, but being hampered by a poor director, faulty equipment and the weight of René Dif being too much for his support rope. The video featured heavily on MTV Europe's "Comedy Weekend" in 2001.

Track listing Edit

  1. "Bumble Bees" (Radio Edit) [03:52]
  2. "Bumble Bees" (K-Klass Radio Edit) [03:50]

Australia Track List: Cardboard Sleave

  1. "Bumble Bees" [Radio Edit] [3.52]
  2. "Bumble Bees" [K-Klass Klassic Klub Mix] [6.04]
  3. "Bumble Bees" [Hampenberg's Pop Mix] [6.38]
  4. "Bumble Bees" [Sharp Carnival Remix] [7.00]

Australia Part 2 Track List:

  1. "Bumble Bees" (Radio Edit)
  2. "Bumble Bees" (K-Klass Klassic Klub Mix)
  3. "Bumble Bees" (Hampenberg Pop Mix)
  4. "Bumble Bees" (Sharp Carnval Mix)
  5. "Bumble Bees" (Jay Jay Mix)
  6. "Bumble Bees" (Raz Club Mix)

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