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Feels So Good

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Download links and information about Feels So Good by Atomic Kitten. This album was released in 2003 and it belongs to Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Teen Pop genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 51:40 minutes.

Artist: Atomic Kitten
Release date: 2003
Genre: Dancefloor, Pop, Dance Pop, Teen Pop
Tracks: 15
Duration: 51:40
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. It's OK! 3:17
2. Love Won't Wait 3:29
3. The Tide Is High (Get the Feeling) 3:26
4. Feels So Good 3:30
5. Walking On the Water 4:00
6. The Moment You Leave Me 3:28
7. The Last Goodbye 3:08
8. Love Doesn't Have to Hurt 3:29
9. Softer the Touch 3:53
10. The Way That You Are 3:18
11. Baby Don't U Hurt Me 2:43
12. So Hot 3:22
13. Maybe I'm Right 3:31
14. No One Loves You (Like I Love You) 4:00
15. Whole Again 3:06

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Feels So Good maintained Atomic Kitten's status as one of the U.K.'s most successful pop groups, with a pair of number one singles and another that reached number three plucked from it. Their first album recorded with Jenny Frost is nearly as solid as Right Now, with more playful chemistry evident between the three members. (Frost replaced original member Kerry Katona, who departed after the debut became a success; oddly enough, once Frost settled in, Right Now was redone and re-released, with her vocals put in place of Katona's.) Though the three biggest hits — "It's OK!," "The Last Goodbye," and a cover of Blondie's cover of "The Tide Is High" — are well-executed, easygoing pop songs, the group is at its best when it takes on the role of a modern disco act (as heard on "Feels So Good," "Love Won't Wait," and "Softer the Touch"). Like the debut, this album wasn't issued in the U.S. Instead, Virgin combined highlights from the two albums for a self-titled quasi-compilation, released in 2003. Despite the fact that Atomic Kitten's singles are often as strong as the ones from the popular U.S. acts, the disc did nothing to establish them as a successful act in that country.