#OneHitWondersday: Daisy Dares You – ‘Number One Enemy’


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Daisy Dares You (aka Daisy Coburn) was set for stardom back in 2010 with this debut single, ‘Number One Enemy’. Guest vocals were added by Chipmunk and the video was themed like Alice in Wonderland.

An album (called Rush) was ready to be released and a follow-up single, ‘Rosie’, however she was subsequently dropped before their release, without much of a reason why.

The song reached Number 13 in the UK charts and damn this song packs a punch! It may well be teen pop rock as you like, but it’s catchy as hell and fun to play out loud and sing at the top of your lungs!

You can thank me later for this one!

Have a wonderful #OneHitWondersday everybody! Please share your one-hit-wonder songs in a comment below or via our Twitter or Facebook, using the #OneHitWondersday hash tag.

Matt – Muzik Speaks
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#WildCardWednesday: Pogo & Jeesh – ‘The Trouble’

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Today’s Disney post is a little different to normal, but I know you’ll love this tune!

‘The Trouble’ is a great example of how well modern styles can be brought into old Disney, as I also discovered with my #MellowMonday post.

I’ve been following Pogo‘s work for some time now and I’ve decided that Disney week would be the perfect time to share it with you guys (Matt’s also previously shared Boo Bass by Pogo)!

His production style is pretty uncommon: he uses snippets of various films which he mixes up and edits into unique songs. I’m a huge fan of everything he does though I can’t imagine how long each one must take to create!

The thing I love the most about his music technique is being able to recognise certain clips form the films, it’s almost as if you’re watching it.

I really like how Pogo & Jeesh managed to keep the themes and ideas of the oriningal Disney films (Dumbo, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Mary Poppins, The Little Mermaid and Aladdin are all featured in this track); the calmness and simplicity of the song expresses a happiness and innocence which is depicted through the movies too.

Go check out the music video, it’s well worth a watch:

Max – Muzik Speaks
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