|Single by Deep Dish|
|from the album George Is On|
|Released||8 November 2004|
|Format||CD single, digital download|
|Shandi Sinnamon, Ronald Magness|
|Deep Dish singles chronology|
Ben Hogwood of musicOMH was favorable of the song, saying that "Flashdance" has given Deep Dish "a huge worldwide club hit, its full-bodied hook picked up by many a DJ". Hogwood named it the most commercial track on the album, which according to him "loosely follows the lead of its predecessor, teaming moody instrumentals with club based vocal tracks".
For the chart issue dated 9 October 2004, "Flashdance" debuted at number three on the UK Singles Chart, becoming Deep Dish's first and to-date only single to reach the top ten. It was the second-highest entry for that week, behind I Hope You Dance by Ronan Keating. "Flashdance" peaked at number 14 on the Australian Singles Chart and was certified Gold by the Australian Recording Industry Association, denoting shipments of 35,000 copies.
In 2005 a mashup of "Flashdance" with the Dire Straits song "Money for Nothing" was included on the George Is On album. The remix, titled "Flashing For Money" and arranged by DJ Sultan, appeared as a b-side on Deep Dish Records single releases of "Say Hello", and was released as an a-side single on the Absolute Sound label in France.