History Music / DaisyDaresYou

11th May '16 10:16:18 PM Adept
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** Regarding comparisons to PixieLott:

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** Regarding comparisons to PixieLott:Pixie Lott:
26th Apr '16 11:56:30 PM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:230:You don't really wanna go darin' Daisy.]]

Daisy May Keeley Coburn (also known as [[StageNames Daisy Dares You]], born 1993) is an English {{pop}} and rock SingerSongwriter from Great Dunmow, Essex, England. Her debut single "Number One Enemy", featuring the rapper Chipmunk, was released in February 2010 after a bidding war resulted in her being signed to Jive Records. The single ultimately peaked at #13 on the charts.

Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Music/Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and Music/BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.

Before she released ''Number One Enemy'', Daisy had been subject to quite a bit of [[HollywoodHypeMachine hype]] from the press. She received promotional coverage in ''The Times'', ''The Guardian'' and Creator/TheBBC, [[CounterpartComparison where she was compared to everyone]] from AvrilLavigne to LilyAllen to even ''PixieLott'' (perhaps due to their similarities in appearance). She was touted by magazines as a future "style icon" due to her distinctive grungy look and she made countless promotional appearances, both live and in other media such as television, radio and music blogs.

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[[caption-width-right:230:You [[caption-width-right:230: You don't really wanna go darin' Daisy.]]

Daisy May Keeley Coburn (also known as [[StageNames Daisy Dares You]], You,]] born 1993) is an English {{pop}} and rock SingerSongwriter from Great Dunmow, Essex, England. Her debut single "Number One Enemy", Enemy," featuring the rapper Chipmunk, was released in February 2010 after a bidding war resulted in her being signed to Jive Records. The single ultimately peaked at #13 on the charts.

Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled modeled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Music/Nirvana}}, Music/{{Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine, and Music/BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.

Before she released ''Number One Enemy'', Enemy,'' Daisy had been subject to quite a bit of [[HollywoodHypeMachine hype]] from the press. She received promotional coverage in ''The Times'', Times,'' ''The Guardian'' Guardian,'' and Creator/TheBBC, [[CounterpartComparison where she was compared to everyone]] from AvrilLavigne Music/AvrilLavigne to LilyAllen Music/LilyAllen to even ''PixieLott'' (perhaps ''Music/PixieLott'' (Perhaps due to their similarities in appearance). She was touted by magazines as a future "style icon" due to her distinctive grungy look and she made countless promotional appearances, both live and in other media such as television, radio and music blogs.



* AWildRapperAppears: Chipmunk appears out of nowhere to do his verse in "Number One Enemy", and when he is finished the song continues as though uninterrupted.




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* AWildRapperAppears: Chipmunk appears out of nowhere to do his verse in "Number One Enemy", and when he is finished the song continues as though uninterrupted.



uninterrupted.
24th Dec '15 4:30:27 AM Morgenthaler
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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Music/Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.

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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Music/Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes.Music/BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.
12th Sep '15 10:29:57 PM nombretomado
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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.

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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Nirvana}}, {{Music/Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.
27th Dec '14 2:05:39 PM TheUnsquished
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Before she released ''Number One Enemy'', Daisy had been subject to quite a bit of [[HollywoodHypeMachine hype]] from the press. She received promotional coverage in ''The Times'', ''The Guardian'' and TheBBC, [[CounterpartComparison where she was compared to everyone]] from AvrilLavigne to LilyAllen to even ''PixieLott'' (perhaps due to their similarities in appearance). She was touted by magazines as a future "style icon" due to her distinctive grungy look and she made countless promotional appearances, both live and in other media such as television, radio and music blogs.

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Before she released ''Number One Enemy'', Daisy had been subject to quite a bit of [[HollywoodHypeMachine hype]] from the press. She received promotional coverage in ''The Times'', ''The Guardian'' and TheBBC, Creator/TheBBC, [[CounterpartComparison where she was compared to everyone]] from AvrilLavigne to LilyAllen to even ''PixieLott'' (perhaps due to their similarities in appearance). She was touted by magazines as a future "style icon" due to her distinctive grungy look and she made countless promotional appearances, both live and in other media such as television, radio and music blogs.
2nd Nov '13 11:27:14 AM JIKTV
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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.

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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, LouReed, Music/LouReed, Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.
12th Dec '12 6:46:06 AM DoveAlexa
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12th Dec '12 12:20:28 AM emiveritas
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* IndecipherableLyrics: Usually caused by overproduction and her... ''distinct'' style of singing.

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* IndecipherableLyrics: Usually caused by overproduction and her... ''distinct'' ''[[TheUnintelligible distinct]]'' style of singing.
9th Dec '12 9:31:32 AM chihuahua0
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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, LouReed, FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.

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Daisy had been singing, writing songs and playing both guitar and piano from a relatively young age, and modelled her creative output around "alternative" acts such as {{Nirvana}}, Music/CourtneyLove, LouReed, FlorenceAndTheMachine Music/FlorenceAndTheMachine and BatForLashes. In late 2007 she played a song she wrote called "Hurt" to her family and friends. In attendance was one Matthew Marston, who invited Daisy over to his house to record with him. She ended up recording the bulk of her demos in in Marston's studio, and Marston became her primary collaborator in songwriting and production.
27th Nov '12 1:21:22 AM emiveritas
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--> "I’m getting a little sick of the artists Iím compared with... not naming any names."

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--> "I’m "Iím getting a little sick of the artists Iím compared with... not naming any names."


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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: Many tracks from ''Rush'' were leaked online throughout 2009 and 2010, which was probably one of the reasons for the album's undoing.
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