Published On: Fri, Feb 1st, 2013

Da Internz talks about being included on Justin Biebers ‘Believe Acoustic’ album

Da Internz talks about being included on Justin Biebers ‘Believe Acoustic’ album

Justin Bieber began with acoustic YouTube videos under the name “Kidrauhl” and now returns to his roots with the new album “Believe Acoustic.” While most of the songs are slow, Da Internz brought a bit of “razzle dazzle” to the album.

Believe_Acoustic“We knew it was an acoustic album, but at the same time we are the Da Internz so we had to give it a little bit of razzle dazzle. It had to have a little bit of drums on there,” Marcos “Kosine” Palacios told MTV News on Thursday. “Justin heard it. He fell in love with it. We even tried to go backwards on the mix, like it’s an acoustic album, strip it down. But he was just in love with that original everything so we kept it as is and it made the album.”

Their song “I Would” is the closing track on Bieber’s third remix album.

“When we was making the track, we was thinking like hit record, like single, like what attracts the people,” Ernest “Tuo” Clark said. “So we were thinking like straight, Top 40, like rhythmic-type sound for the radio. So we knew we couldn’t go too hard or too heavy on the drums, we made sure we stayed between the fine line.”

And, when they learned that had made the final cut, Tuo recalled they kind of couldn’t believe it was happening. “It’s one them situations where you get a call, actually Christmas break and it’s just like, ‘Yeah guys, next month the Bieber acoustic album comes out and you got a record on there,'” he said. “And we were like ‘Alright cool’.”

Rolling Stone offers few positives about the Bieber sendup: “As cash-grab “remix” albums go, Believe Acoustic offers a little added value, for hardcore fans, at least. The unplugged versions of blustery dance-pop bangers like “All Around the World” and “Beauty and a Beat” sound a tad wan, with a six-string standing in for the synths and bludgeoning rhythms.”

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