Perfect Day is the second studio album released by German eurodance group Cascada. The entire album was produced by the two disc jockeys from Cascada, Yanou and DJ Manian. Like its predecessor, the album is comprised heavily of up-tempo eurodance tracks, many of which are cover songs. This album, however, features covers of songs from the early 2000s of the rock and country genres, with the exception of Because the Night (Original by Bruce Springsteen) which was released in 1978. Two edited tracks, "Endless Summer" and "I Will Believe It" that were previously recorded under the Siria name are also featured. Musically, the album is composed of eurodance tracks with euphoric trance synths, beats that clock in over 140 beats per minute, and europop lyrics. Lyrically, the albums is composed of love songs, dance floor anthems, and couples night out.
Critical reception of the album ranged from positive to negative, with many critics disliking the repetitive nature, that all the songs on the album sounded similar, and the lack of character and originality. The album has sold about 3 million copies worldwide. There was a total of five singles released from the album. Unlike their previous album, Perfect Day only had one successful single worldwide. "What Hurts the Most" (Original by Rascal Flatts) peaked in the top ten in six countries, including Austria and France and was certified gold in the United States for sales exceeding over 500,000 downloads. "What Do You Want from Me?" and "Because The Night" peaked in the top sixty in Austria, Germany and the United Kingdom. The last two singles, "Faded" and "Perfect Day", were released in the United States and Canada and failed to garner any chart success.
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