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Day & Night - Billie

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Genre: Pop - Dance Pop / Artist: Billie / Single / Audio CD released at Virgin

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      10.02.2009 18:43
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      Billie Piper had already made a name for herself with two number one singles in the form of 'Because We Want To' and 'Girlfriend' and her big comeback came in the form of this single. Who: Billie Paul Piper, former model, turned singer, turned actress. On this release: This single arrived in the year 2000 and was Billie's last real brush with music fame before she went into acting. 'Day And Night' was a move away from the girly sounding teeny pop which had come before it and a venture into something more bold. The song had more empowered vocals from Billie, a more mature chorus yet managed to retain that hooky pop appeal that people had come to expect from her. The song has sexy verses before exploding into an anthemic chorus. Think Five and Backstreet Boys and you're on the right track. Vocals: Billie's vocals were more assured on this release, less girly and sounding richer and more confident. Artwork: Coming into her own, she was making the transition from girl to youg woman and the artwork was beginning to translate this. Verdict: A number one hit, this is a surefire pop hit with energy and bravado. Worth a listen if you like mainstream pop

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