Disturbia (song) - Radio and Release History

Radio and Release History

Region Date Format Label
United States June 17, 2008 Mainstream airplay The Island Def Jam Music Group
June 24, 2008 Rhythmic airplay
United Kingdom July 22, 2008 CD single Mercury Records
United States August 5, 2008 Digital remixes The Island Def Jam Music Group
United Kingdom
Australia September 26, 2008 Digital download
France EP
Germany Digital download
New Zealand
Germany October 3, 2008 CD single Universal Music

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