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Stephen Thomas Erlewine from All Music called the song "one of those inexplicable pop culture phenomena" and "insanely catchy," described it as "a bouncy, slightly warped Euro-dance song that simultaneously sends up femininity and Barbie dolls." The song was voted the fourth "Best Number One of All Time" in a VH1 poll, and was featured in spot No. In 2007, Rolling Stone Magazine named "Barbie Girl" as one of the 20 Most Annoying Songs. It sold 82,000 copies in its first week and debuted at number five on the Hot Singles Sales chart.But in 2007, Much More Music featured the song at No. In December 2000, toy manufacturer Mattel sued MCA Records, Aqua's record label.The song was written by Søren Rasted, Claus Norreen, René Dif, and Lene Nystrøm, and it was produced by Johnny Jam, Delgado, Rasted, and Norreen.The song topped the charts worldwide, particularly in European countries such as the UK, where it was a number-one hit for three weeks."Barbie Girl" is a song by the Danish-Norwegian dance-pop group Aqua.It was released in May 1997 as their third single overall, and the first United Kingdom release, it is included on the album Aquarium.It was also on top of the charts in Australia for the same length of time, and debuted and peaked at No.
They alleged the song had violated their copyrights and trademarks of Barbie, and that its lyrics had tarnished the reputation of their trademark and impinged on their marketing plan.
Identical twin sisters Amanda and Samantha Marchant, better known as Samanda, who came to fame appearing on the eighth series of Big Brother, released their cover of the song on 8 October 2007, and it entered the UK Singles Chart at number 26.
Girls' Generation's Jessica Jung covered this song as her solo performance during the first Asian concert tour Girls' Generation 1st Asia Tour: Into the New World.
In 2013, Ludacris sampled the song in his single Party Girls featuring Wiz Khalifa, Jeremih and Cashmere Cat.
In 2014, the song was used in the South Park episode "Cock Magic", during Randy Marsh's "cock magic" show.
Aqua claimed that Mattel injected their own meanings into the song's lyrics and MCA Records was not about to let their hit single be suppressed without a fight.