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About "Wake Up"

"Wake Up" is a song by American actress and singer Hilary Duff from her first compilation album Most Wanted (2005). Written by Duff and the Dead Executives, a record production team consisting of Jason Epperson, Joel Madden, and Benji Madden, "Wake Up" was crafted with the intention of having a "totally different sound" from Duff's previous material. Although she thought of the work to be a new milestone in her career, she was at the same time nervous about how her fans would react to the material. "Wake Up" was released as the lead single from Most Wanted in the United States on July 12, 2005, by Hollywood Records. It was released also digitally in the United Kingdom on October 24, 2005.Described by Duff as an '80s-influenced dance-pop song, "Wake Up" is lyrically about going out and having fun. "Wake Up" received mixed reviews from music critics. Some praised it for being "irresistible" and having a fun nature, while others criticized it for its "insipid" lyrics and noted that it sounds like "leftovers" from Duff's previous releases. "Wake Up" achieved mild commercial success, becoming a top-ten hit in Flanders (Belgium), Ireland, Italy, Norway, Spain, and the United Kingdom. It reached the top 40 in several other countries: Australia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United States. The accompanying music video form "Wake Up" features Duff leaving her house and attending various nightclubs and parties.

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