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On June 7, 2011, both "Party" and "Countdown" leaked online, followed by the whole album, three weeks prior to its official release date on June 28, 2011. This was followed by cease-and-desist notices from Beyoncé's legal team, who forced multiple media sites to remove download links to the songs. Beginning on June 16 to June 27, 2011, the songs from 4 were available to listen to in full each day on Knowles' official website, paired with its accompanying photo spread from the album packaging and a quote. On June 24, 2011, "Countdown" was the ninth song to be chosen. The quote found Beyoncé elaborating on the song's inspiration: "I really liked mixing the 90s with the 70s. I put those two together and it was so much fun putting bridges back into songs, all the things in music that I love that I feel I just want to hear again." She also referred to "Countdown" as "really experimental". Concerning the development "Countdown" and the reason for using the sample, Beyoncé stated:
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Selling 14,897 digital downloads, "Countdown" opened at number 40 on the South Korea Gaon International Singles Chart for the week ending July 2, 2011, following the release of 4. Before being released a single in the United States, it debuted at number 75 on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart issue dated July 2, 2011. The song also charted at number 12 on the US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart issue dated July 16, 2011. For the week ending October 29, 2011, "Countdown" was the Hot Shot Debut on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart. It also debuted at number 85 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The following week, it moved to number 71. For the week ending November 19, 2011, the song debuted at number 38 on the US Pop Songs chart. "Countdown" reached number one on the Hot Dance Club Songs chart for the week ending December 24, 2011, becoming Knowles' 17th song to topthat chart. It has been certified double platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for sales and streams of over 2,000,000 units.
On June 30, 2011, Knowles made a surprise appearance at the Target store in Harlem, New York, where kids from the local Boys and Girls Club danced onstage to "Countdown". In the middle of their performance, Knowles took the stage and gave them a big group hug before letting them continue their routine. Knowles told the crowd, "I'd like to thank the Boys and Girls Club for coming out. I hope y'all had fun learning the choreography to 'Countdown' today." Knowles sang the song live for first time on August 14, 2011, during her 4 Intimate Nights with Beyoncé in Roseland Ballroom, New York City. Wearing a gold dress, she performed the song in front of 3,500 people and she was backed by her all-female band, which includes, among others, two saxophonists, a sinuous guitar player, a seven-piece string section, a peppy pianist, a superfluous conductor, and her backing singers, called the Mamas. Erika Ramirez of Billboard magazine commented that "fans took the liberty to create individual dances in every pocket of the stadium" when Knowles was singing "Countdown".
On March 14, 2011, Nugent released a new song, "I Still Believe", as a free download via his website to subscribers to his newsletter. Nugent says of the song: "America is a target-rich environment for an independent man addicted to logic, truth and The American Way. 'I Still Believe' throttles the animal spirit of rugged individualism in pure MotorCity ultra high-energy rhythm and blues and rock and roll." In April 2011 Nugent announced that former frontman Derek St. Holmes would be joining his band for Nugent's I Still Believe Tour.
By Mitch Phillips GLENEAGLES Scotland (Reuters) - The Ryder Cup's unique atmosphere is in safe hands so long as its self-titled "Guardians" choir continue to attend and their lusty singing and bespoke chanting brought smiles and applause from both teams on Friday. Unlike the boorish, often alcohol-fuelled drone of the "Barmy Army" that is now the regular backdrop to any England cricket match, the "Guardians" are cut from a different cloth -- literally. Nine of them had commandeered the most prized seats in Scotland on Friday, the front row of the main grandstand right behind the first tee at Gleneagles, and they could not be missed. Each sported matching bright yellow shirts and caps with a snazzy blue waistcoat dotted with golden stars on the front and a Ryder Cup and "Guardians" on the back. Not for them a simple "Europe" chant -- these men had spent months devising then perfecting individual ditties for just about every European player on the team, and the rest of the crowd -- and the players from both teams -- were happy to sit quietly and enjoy the show. "We've been doing it like this for the last three Ryder Cups, though the first we went to was 2002," Ed Oliver, founder member of the "Ryder Cup Guardians", told Reuters. "It's good fun, we're mostly a group of old university friends and it gives us the chance to get together. "Do you like the suits? My great grandma Hazel Oliver made them." Some of the chants, such as "Bjorn v the USA" to the tune of the Bruce Springsteen anthem to welcome Dane Thomas Bjorn, were simple but others were complicated and wordy re-workings of three-verse songs. "We sort of go over them back and forth via email then get together for a bit of a practice via FaceTime," Oliver said. "Viva Garcia," to the tune of "Viva Espana" and a simple, foot-stomping "Rory" greeted Europe's top paring of Sergio Garcia and Rory McIlroy. Ian Poulter was, as usual, "Walking in a Poulter Wonderland", while local debutant Stephen Gallacher is unlikely to ever forget the rousing rendition of "There's only one Stevie G" that introduced him to the tee. Oliver refused to say what time his group had arrived to occupy their ringside seats for the 06.35GMT start, but said: "It was very dark and it feels like mid-afternoon now so, it was pretty early." (Editing by Amlan Chakraborty) 041b061a72