A lot has been said about Hardwell’s recent single, “Sally,” the rock-inspired release that features the distinct vocals of Harrison (you’ll recognize him from Guetta and GLOWINTHEDARK’s “Ain’t A Party”). It’s the fifth single from Hardwell’s debut artist album United We Are (after “Arcadia,” “Young Again,” “Don’t Stop The Madness” and “Eclipse”) and it’s been maligned for a number of reasons. Its distinct rock edge coupled with its f*cking vulgar lyrics have turned many fans (or people in general) off. And somehow, despite the controversy, it doesn’t even feel very original. With its incessant “Whoo”-ing, it’s a little bit “Song 2” by Blur and the fratboy bravado makes it a little bit Lustra’s “Scotty Doesn’t Know” from the 2004 comedy classic Eurotrip.