Feels So Good (album)
With the huge success of their album “Right Now”, Atomic Kitten returned in this album “Feels So Good”. It contains the same tunes from their debut album with pop and dancey songs. It became a number 1 album in United Kingdom and certified BPI 3x platinum.
“It’s OK!” was released as the debut single from “Feels So Good”. It is another dance pop song by the gals which became a hit internationally, especially in Unite Kingdom where it peaked at 3rd position.
Rate: 7.5 out of 10
The Tide is High (Get the Feeling)
“The Tide is High (Get the Feeling)” was chosen as the second single for “Feels So Good”. It is a cover which Blondie’s version was initially well known for their version. It turned into a dance pop song and became a very popular song by the girls worldwide. It reached number 1 in United Kingdom.
Rate: 8.25 out of 10
The Last Goodbye
“The Last Goodbye” was the A-side of the dance track “Be With You”. It is a ballad which became a number 2 hit in their country, United Kingdom.
Rate: 8.5 out of 10
Be With You
“Be With You” was the B-side of the ballad “The Last Godbye”. The song, along with “The Last Goodbye” peaked at number 2 in UK.
Rate: 7.0 out of 10
Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt
“Love Doesn’t Have to Hurt” became the final song released for “Feels So Good”. It sounds cliche as it was like one of their past songs. It peaked at number 4 in United Kingdom.
Rate: 7.25 out of 10
Ladies Night (album)
“Ladies Night” was the third and last album released by Atomic Kitten. It peaked at number 5 in UK, which is lower than their previous and certified platinum.
If You Come to Me
“If You Come to Me” was the lead single of “Ladies Night”. The song is a pop track which became a hit from the girls and peaked at number 3 in United Kingdom.
Rate: 8.0 out of 10
“Ladies’ Night” was the final single of the album with same album title. It was a cover version by Atomic Kitten into a dance pop sound. It reached number 8 in United Kingdom.
Rate: 6.75 out of 10
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