T-Mobile has announced the music from its TV advertisement featuring ‘spontaneous’ dancers at Liverpool Street train station is to be released as a single and soundtrack.
The three minute advert, which featured 350 dancers, was shown for the first time last month during the final of reality show Big Brother, and played a mixed collection of music which included ‘Shout’ by Lulu and ‘The only way is up’ by Yazz. it will be released by Universal Music.
The three minute single will be available to download from iTunes, Napster and Amazon and through T-Mobile’s Web’n’Walk jukebox service from March 1, for 70p.
An album featuring each full length version of the songs used in the advert will also be available for £3.99 through the same channels.
The advert is now featured across London transport advertising screens, and received more than five million downloads on YouTube.
T-Mobile head of brands and communications Lysa Hardy said: “We’ve created more than just a TV ad – there’s a great buzz about T-Mobile and people are looking at innovative ways to get involved.
“It’s great that Universal Music is releasing the soundtrack and we hope that people will experience the same enjoyment from sharing the music with family and friends.”
Other artists included include Pussycat Dolls ‘Don’t Cha’, Vienna Philharmonic ‘Blue Danube’, Kool and the Gang ‘Get Down On It, Rainbow ‘Since You’ve Been Gone’ Millie ‘My Boy Lollipop’ and The Contours ‘Do You Love Me?’