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This is a hybrid Super Audio CD playable on both regular and Super Audio CD players. US only SACD pressing. Perfect Day is the sophomore album from Cascada, the International Pop/Dance Sensation that burst onto the scene with the incredible Billboard Top 10 Hit "Everytime We Touch." It's the follow-up to the worldwide smash hit album of the same name that sold over two million downloads and 260,000 albums in the US alone.

1. What Hurts The Most
2. Faded
3. Holiday
4. He's All That
5. Perfect Day
6. Dream On Dreamer
7. Could It Be You
8. Because The Night
9. Who Do You Think You Are
10. What Do You Want From Me
11. Runaway
12. What Hurts The Most [Yanou's Candlelight Mix]

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  • Audio CD (March 4, 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Robbins
  • ASIN: B0012DZA72
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #110,199 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Richards HALL OF FAMEVINE VOICE on March 25, 2008
Format: Audio CD
German group Cascada's second album goes back to what they're really good at - covering popular songs and transforming them into Eurodance hits. Being dance music, many of the tracks have similar driving beats, but this album WILL make you want to go clubbing, or at least jig(gle) around the house a little.

The first single is "What Hurts the Most", originally a country song sung by Mark Wills, and the second is the original "What Do You Want From Me?" Also look for the cover of "Because the Night" (Patti Smith), and "Runaway", "Perfect Day" and the ballad (yes, ballad) "Could It Be You?" which showcases the strong vocals of Natalie Horler.

This is the US edition of this album which has a different track list to the UK version. The songs "I Will Believe It", "SK8er Boi" (Avril Lavigne), "Just Like a Pill" (P!nk) and "Endless Summer" aren't included on this album, and the tracks "Faded", "Holiday" and "Dream On Dreamer" aren't on the UK version. Personally I'd go for the baker's dozen on the UK album.

Rated: 3.5 stars

Amanda Richards, March 25, 2008
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Josh on March 4, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I have always loved Cascada's voice - so beautiful and pure. I do have to say that sometimes it is overpowered by the heavy bass and beats. The songs can be a bit repetitive and predictable. I have to admit that I like this CD better than `Everytime We Touch' - which I was pretty disappointed in. This CD is the perfect dance CD but, I would like to hear her voice showcased more because it is such a great one.

"What Hurts The Most" is, in my opinion, my favorite song on here (both versions). The piano mix is beautiful and really shows what a great voice she has! "Could It Be You" is a very melodic slower song that grabs your attention and draws you in. Very nice.

All in all, there are a few things lacking here but, it is a CD that adds something to my collection and it will to yours too. A great, fun dance CD.

~~~JAC 08'
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By FizzWiz on May 15, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Most or all of her songs on this album and the last one are cover songs. Cascada needs more original songs. I don't know if her voice is as nice as it sounds on the CD since everything is wholly produced. Cascada tends to fit the mainstream beauty queen of overly used produced techno pop music that is great sounding, but very unoriginal to the point of superficialness. Most of the remakes do not stand out besides What Hurts the Most, which provides a good beat and melody for a different version to a great song. There is a lot of becoming promise for Cascada if the record companies let her, but it is probably more about the $$$$.
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By E. Anderson on November 7, 2008
Format: Audio CD
I have to admit I didn't care much for Cascada's first album, much less listen to euro pop. I thought the group's previous album was repetitive and ridiculously cheesy. On a whim, I recently decided to check out the group's latest album PERFECT DAY. Much to my surprise I found myself enjoying the catchy euro-pop songs. The songs are pure ear candy for my ears. The infectious pop melodies are permanently stuck in my head. PERFECT DAY isn't innovative. It is the same what one would expect from a group like Cascada, fun catchy pop/dance songs. Natalie Horer has a pretty decent voice which reminded me a little of Christina Aguilera. The lyrics are stupid but the addictive pop hooks and throbbing dance beats makes up for the awful lyrics. I didn't care much for "Because the Night". That song was not meant to be turned into a dance song. The ballads were awful. For all the flaws though, PERFECT DAY is still enjoyable enough for me to give it four stars. It is a nice change of pace from all the goth, industrial, and metal I listen to all day long at work.
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Perhaps my title of this review expresses a little bit of hyperbole, but I found this album to be quite enjoyable. Natalie Horler has a great voice, and it is a great workout album. No, the album does not have a lot of variety (and the slow songs on it are dreadful), but I wasn't expecting anything more than this on a dance album. My favorite tracks on it are "Runaway" and an seemingly unintentionally hilarious cover of "Because The Night." They obviously are covering the 10,000 Maniacs version (right up to the applause at the beginning of the song), and after the first chorus, they use a vocal effect that I haven't heard since the 1980's.

Basically, if you get this album, keep your expectations realistic. It's good for what it is.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Silvana Casanova on March 8, 2008
Format: Audio CD
i loved the every time we touch cd but this one its pretty much the same, she should be more creative fans deserve that, plus if she keeps doing the same thing over n over again she will go down n sink. I dont like her slow songs n this CD has lots of them. I like the upbeat ones, the ones that make you dance.
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By ZaneOriginal on July 20, 2011
Format: Audio CD
I like this kind of music, and Cascada has made some pretty good songs, but other than one or two songs on this album, I don't really care much for it. I got the CD and pretty much stopped listening to it after the first week. Should have spent more time to a find a better Cascada album.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kurt Kirton on March 23, 2008
Format: Audio CD
3/23/08 - After being teased for months with Rascal Flatts' cover and 1st single "What Hurts The Most," Cascada (Natalie Horler + producers Yann "Yanou" Peifer and Manuel Reuter) unleashes their follow up to the wildly successful "Everytime We Touch" album. As of this writing, Cascada is the most successful German act worldwide right now and has enjoyed record breaking download figures and many awards since their debut.

The "typical Cascada sound" is an upbeat dance cut that opens with a mellow ballad-like segment kicking into a hard driving beat at 1st chorus interspersed with thick synth-driven transitions. While this formulaic approach does make for a consistent dance album, it tends to force the defining mark of the best tracks to be melody.

Standout songs sporting the typical Cascada sound are "Who Do You Think You Are" (not an M-People cover), the very catchy "Dream on Dreamer" and "Runaway," second single "What Do You Want From Me," and the aforementioned "What Hurts The Most," featuring some pleasant acoustic guitar woven into the mix. There are a couple of decent ballads ("Could it be You" & the Candlelight mix of "What Hurts The Most") thrown in for good measure. Interestingly, there are numerous import versions that include up to four additional (non-remix) titles that we don't get on this US edition.

But the most exciting thing for me as a dance music fan are a few tracks that vary slightly from the Cascada formula yet are still enjoyable dance songs. "Holiday" (a slower tempo, fun. girl-power number--and not a Madonna cover by the way), and "Faded" (with its more Ian Van Dahl or Da Buzz feel). My only complaint here is the done-to-death cover of Patti Smith's "Because The Night." Although not much new ground has been broken here, Perfect Day is a solid follow up that shouldn't disappoint Cascada fans coming back for more. See cascada-music.de for more info. --Kurt Kirton
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