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Australian Pirate Metal band Lagerstein released a cover version in 2018.In 2006, house DJ and producer Sharam Tayebi of Deep Dish released a remix of the song, known simply as "PATT" (an acronym for "Party All The Time"), which reached No. After taking Rocsi to Hawaii for a week long vacay with his kids, plus being on her arm for several BET events before the 2012 BET Awards, it looks like he's moved on already.We're told he dumped Rocsi after the Debra Lee dinner back in July because all the public appearances and thirst for the camera just wasn't his style.The single was recorded at James' home studio in Buffalo, New York.It reached #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks, behind "Say You, Say Me" by Lionel Richie. The lyrics are a lament by the singer that despite the expensive, extravagant things he lavishes on his girlfriend, she much prefers spending time going out clubbing, dancing, partying, as well as flirting and cheating with other men, rather than being with her boyfriend and remaining faithful to him.That explains why he failed to show up as her date as planned to the actual Awards show the next day.
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Barbara Bryson of Los Angeles Times criticized the song, characterizing it as "Gumby goes disco" (referring to the character parodied by Murphy on Saturday Night Live).