"Birthday" is a song by American recording artist Selena Gomez for her solo debut album Stars Dance (2013). It was written and produced by Mike Del Rio, with additional writing by Crista Russo and Jacob Kasher Hindlin. Matt Beckley also provided additional vocal production for the song. Musically, "Birthday" combines deep electronic dance beats and police sirens with elements of trap music. The songs instrumentation is created by blending purring, synthesized bass, snappy beats, handclaps, "oxygen-sucking" sub-bass, and trap snares with sexual moans and elements of hip hop music. Sparse drum beats and vocal chants are woven throughout the songs composition, which has been described by critics as a mixture of electropunk, EDM, and dubstep, creating a unique sound. The song was originally announced as a single, but was never officially released from the album.
"Birthday" is a disco song recorded by American singer Katy Perry for her fourth studio album, Prism (2013). It was written by Perry, Bonnie McKee and producers Dr. Luke, Max Martin, and Cirkut. Critics, as well as Perry herself, have compared the track to works by Prince and Mariah Carey. Through double entendres in the lyrics of "Birthday", Perry makes sexual references while celebrating a partner's birthday. The song was sent by Capitol to mainstream and rhythmic radio on April 21, 2014 as the fourth single from Prism.
"Birthday" is a song written by Lennon–McCartney and performed by the Beatles on their double album The Beatles (commonly known as The White Album). It is the opening track on the third side of the LP (or the second disc in CD versions of the record). The song is an example of the Beatles' return to more traditional rock and roll form, although their music had increased in complexity and it had developed more of its own characteristic style by this point. Surviving Beatles McCartney and Ringo Starr performed it for Starr's 70th birthday at Radio City Music Hall on 7 July 2010.
Birthday is the second and final single from Taproot's third album, Blue-Sky Research. The song is the band's last to be released through Atlantic Records following poor album sales. "Birthday" was co-written by music producer Bob Marlette.
"Birthday" is a song by the Junior Boys, which was the first release by Jeremy Greenspan and Johnny Dark, in 2003 on KIN Records. The single was quickly appreciated by many in the electro pop genre from their native Canada, who along with Tiga were starting to popularize the subtle electronic timbres with pop-centric lyrical delivery.
Birthday is The Association's fourth album. Despite the ostensibly psychedelic cover, the album was even lighter on psychedelic influences than their first three, with "The Time it is Today" being the sole representative of conventional psychedelic rock. Most of the album, including the two hit singles, "Everything That Touches You" (which hit number 10 in the charts) and "Time For Livin'" (which reached number 39) is in the easy-listening symphonic pop vein.
DOES (ドーズ Dōzu) is a three-piece Japanese rock band. DOES was formed in 2000 in the Fukuoka prefecture, where they continued to write songs and perform gigs until 2005. In 2005, some members left and the group went on hiatus. Releasing singles since 2004, DOES signed with Ki/oon Records in 2006. In 2008, their 6th single “Donten” reached 3rd on the Oricon weekly music ranking charts. It was also the 5th opening for the anime Gintama.