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Hilary Duff (born September 28, 1987) is an American singer and actress.

  • Andre [Recke] and I and my mom worked very hard to really get good music that I related to and was age-appropriate for me and wasn't just cheesy pop stuff.
  • There are definitely people I respect and I love their music, but there was never really an artist that I said, "I want to be just like them, I love the way their career is going. I love their music." It wasn't really like that. I wanted to be like myself.
  • I love writing, but I feel like you need time to really get in touch with yourself to do that. On [Metamorphosis], I would have liked to have had more time to work with the writers [and] write some more of my own stuff. Hopefully I can do that on my second album.
  • I actually didn't want to have control of the writing on my first album. To write, you have to have time to connect with yourself. I don't have that time right now, because I'm so busy.
  • "Come Clean" is obviously about a boy and a girl's relationship and it's just talking about how somebody thinks they're in the dark. She's tired of it and he's tired of it and they're coming clean, whether it means they're gonna be together or not. They're laying all the cards out on the table and coming out with everything that hasn't been said basically. The video really shows that she's kind of in this monotone mood throughout the whole thing. She doesn't show too much emotion except that she's waiting for this boy, this guy, to come. You can't tell when they're running toward each other if they're gonna kiss or they're gonna hug or they're gonna hit each other. It's a bunch of different emotions.
  • Well, I'm not going to be singing about lollipops because I no longer relate to lollipops.
  • No, I don't do that [sing about sex]. My music isn't forward like that. It's not sexual the way Britney's music is sexual. She feels comfortable singing about that, and that's fine, but I just don't talk about that kind of stuff, sorry. I just don't.
  • ...I want the songs I sing to reflect that [I am a regular 16 year old]. Basically, I'm not Lizzie McGuire anymore.
  • Compared to the first album, when I wasn't confident enough to make suggestions, this time around, I was very involved. I worked with the songwriters, telling them what was happening in my life, and what I wanted to sing about. If I thought it needed to be more heavy, more rock, I said so. I feel that this record is so much more me. I can't wait for people to hear it.
  • Music is so personal to me. I can be myself, and say what I want to say. I feel I'm honest and don't try to hide things. But music enables people to learn about my personality, how I'm evolving. Even if I don't feel comfortable talking about something, I can feel comfortable expressing that same thing through my music.
  • What it talks about is stuff that I've gone through, like, in the past year, which is, you know, a lot, and some of it's good, and some of it's bad, and a lot of it's, like, a big learning experience. And I got to write a lot about that with people that I've worked with before, so I felt completely comfortable.
  • On the second album I worked with a lot of people that I worked with on the Metamorphosis album. And when I worked on Metamorphosis I was so nervous and shy about going into the studio and working with people, they eventually toward the end made me feel so comfortable and so secure with myself. I loved working with them. I have a great relationship with them. I talk to them [all the time]. When we started talking about the second album, I was like, "I want to work with all the same people." They knew what was going on in my life, what I was going through. I would call them and say, "I feel like this right now. I want a song about this..." I never really felt like I had enough time to write my whole album and I don't know if I'm secure enough with myself to do that. But I wrote three songs on the album, one I wrote with my sister. It's so personal and these people really got what I was going through and how I feel inside. I think that's what makes it good and that's what makes me relate to them.
  • So many people think that this album is showing a different side of me, but that's not really what it is. I think it's just more me this time because I got to really do it how I wanted to.
  • I love the song ["Haters"]. I wrote it, it was my idea. I think at the time I was feeling like I had to talk so much about my personal life because people make accusations and there are lies and rumors constantly. I think that song really just came to me because I was feeling like people are so negative. They love to read what's coming out next on Page Six [of the New York Post] and I just felt like it was appropriate. I also felt like normal girls could relate to that, what with school and how people backstab each other and talk bad about each other and how much petty stuff goes on.
  • Uh oh. I don't think that I can tell who it [the person "Mr. James Dean" references] is, but it was definitely an experience that I went through that was interesting and I learned a lot from that time in my life. I think the song is very funny when I think about it.
  • I love the song ["Weird"] too. It is really weird when you listen to the beat and the words. It's about someone that she's still obsessed with. And everything he does is like he says this, but he does this. And he does this but he says this. It's all twisted around and backwards. She's not really sure who he is or what he does, but she likes it.
  • When you are under the control of a label, you don't always get to have the sound you like. If I could change it, I would, and it would sound [less pop]. My name is Hilary Duff, and I don't know why I don't get to make Hilary Duff music. I just have to get the freedom to do it, and during the show, I do get to do that: I get to throw away all of the CD stuff that has been mastered and sounds really pretty, and I get to sing live.
  • It's more like giving people a taste of what the tour will be like. It's getting people to hear the music to a different sound … We remixed some of the songs so they sound totally different. It's really energetic.

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Come Clean (Hilary Duff song)
Jump to navigation Jump to search "Come Clean"Come Clean.pngSingle by Hilary Dufffrom the album MetamorphosisB-side"Why Not"ReleasedJanuary 13, 2004Format
  • CD single
  • digital download
Recorded2003GenrePop rockLength3:35Label
  • Buena Vista
  • Hollywood
  • Kara DioGuardi
  • John Shanks
Producer(s)John ShanksHilary Duff singles chronology "So Yesterday"
(2003) "Come Clean"
(2004) "Little Voice"

"Come Clean" is a song recorded by American singer Hilary Duff for her second studio album, Metamorphosis (2003). It was written by Kara DioGuardi and John Shanks, while production was handled by Shanks. The song contains influences of electronica, with the lyrics chronicling the protagonist wanting to "come clean" with her love interest, from a strained relationship. "Come Clean" was received by critics with mixed reviews. The song was released on January 13, 2004 as the album's second single.

In the United States, the song peaked at number thirty-five, becoming Duff's first top forty single on the Billboard Hot 100. It would later go on to become her best-selling single in the United States.[1] However, the song failed to match the success of its predecessor "So Yesterday" in many other countries. It reached a peak of number seventeen in Australia and eighteen in the UK, while charting inside top twenty in Canada, Netherlands, Ireland and New Zealand. A remix of the song by Chris Cox was included in Duff's 2005 compilation album, Most Wanted, this version was also included on her Dignity Walmart edition Remix EP as the Dance Mix in 2007, and in 2008, another remix of the song by Chico Bennett & Richard "Humpty" Vission was included in Best of Hilary Duff.

The song was accompanied by a music video, directed Dave Meyers, which showed Duff inside a house on a rainy day, waiting for her love interest. The video was nominated in the category of Best Pop Video at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards. The song was used in the theatrical trailer for the 2004 film A Cinderella Story, which stars Duff. It was used as the theme song for the MTV reality television shows Laguna Beach: The Real Orange County and Newport Harbor: The Real Orange County, and it is included on the soundtrack album for Laguna Beach.


In a 2005 interview with News Times, Duff said that the song is "obviously about a boy and a girl's relationship and it's just talking about how somebody thinks they're in the dark."[2] "She's tired of it and he's tired of it and they're coming clean, whether it means they're gonna be together or not. They're laying all the cards out on the table and coming out with everything that hasn't been said basically.", she said.[2] Duff cited the song as her favorite on Metamorphosis, saying it is "a little more mellow" than her previous single, "So Yesterday", "but it's not really pop. It sounds sort of like techno, but it's slow. It's really cool."[3]

Musically, "Come Clean" is a moderately fast song in a tempo of 120 beats per minute. Written in the key of B Major,[4] it features the sequence of G#mj7—E2—G#mj7 as its chord progression.[4] Duff's vocals span from the note of F#3 to the note of B4.[4]

Music video

Development and release

The single's music video was directed by Dave Meyers and filmed in Los Angeles on November 23, 2003.[5] Meyers said of the video, "I'm trying to do something where you're taking her [Duff] very seriously ... very dramatic and very feminine, and sort of almost sensual. I don't think we've ever seen that from her. She's been a bit of a pop icon, so I'm just trying to give her a bit more credibility on an artist front."[5]

In the U.S., the video premiered on MTV's Total Request Live on January 14, 2004. It entered the show's top ten video countdown the following day at number eight,[6] and spent twenty-five days on the countdown, peaking at number three.[7][8] It also reached the top 5 of Total Request Live UK.


In the video, Duff is shown in her house during a rainy day (reflecting the rain reference in the chorus of the song[5]), walking from room to room. Her friends arrive and watch television with her in the living room. The rainstorm intensifies over the course of the day, and the interior scenes are intercut with shots of Duff's boyfriend driving to her house in a car. At the end of the video, the boyfriend arrives at the house, and Duff ventures out into the rain to meet him; they kiss as the video ends. According to Meyers, "We never do know if the guy in the end is a boyfriend or friend or what the drama is. It's just all very photogenic and sophisticated and not too colorful."[5] Duff said that the video "really shows that she's kind of in this monotone mood throughout the whole thing. She doesn't show too much emotion except that she's waiting for this boy, this guy, to come. You can't tell when they're running toward each other if they're gonna kiss or they're gonna hug or they're gonna hit each other. It's a bunch of different emotions."


The video was nominated in the category of Best Pop Video at the 2004 MTV Video Music Awards. The song won her a TMF Award in the Fake ID Category, and assisted her in winning the 2004 World Music Award for Best New Artist.

Chart performance

The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart of February 28, 2004, at number 53, and eventually peaked at number 35.[9] As of July 27, 2014, the song had sold 655,000 digital copies in the United States.[1]

Track listing

"Come Clean" .mw-parser-output .nobold{font-weight:normal}– Australian maxi single[10]No.TitleLength1."Come Clean" (Radio remix)3:262."Come Clean" (Rhythmic mix)3:323."Come Clean" (Acoustic version)3:224."Hilary Speaks" (Exclusive Australian Interview)6:135."Come Clean" (Music video)3:26Total length:13:46 "Come Clean" – Canadian CD single[11]No.TitleLength1."Come Clean" (Radio edit)3:352."Come Clean" (Rhythmic mix)3:33Total length:7:08 "Come Clean" – UK CD single 1[12]No.TitleLength1."Come Clean" (Radio edit)3:352."Why Not"2:593."Come Clean" (Music video)3:33Total length:10:07 "Come Clean" – UK CD single 2[13]No.TitleLength1."Come Clean" (Radio edit)3:352."Come Clean" (Joe Mermudez & Josh Harris Main Mix)3:353."Come Clean" (Cut to the Chase Club Mix — Radio Edit)3:294."Come Clean" (Music video) Total length:13:32 "Come Clean" – UK The Remixes EP[14]No.TitleLength1."Come Clean" (Cut to the Chase Club Mix — Radio Edit)3:292."Come Clean" (Flood Remix Radio)3:443."Come Clean" (Joe Bermudez & Josh Harris Main Mix)3:354."Come Clean" (Cut to the Chase Club Extended Club Mix)5:315."Come Clean" (Chris Cox Flood Remix)9:42Total length:25:21


Adapted from the liner notes[15]

  • John Shanks - producer
  • Rob Chiarelli - recording, mixing


Chart (2004) Peak
position Australia (ARIA)[16] 17 Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[17] 33 Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)[18] 2 Canada (Nielsen SoundScan) 7 France (SNEP)[19] 29 Ireland (IRMA)[20] 16 Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[21] 8 Netherlands (Single Top 100)[22] 9 New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[23] 17 Scotland (Official Charts Company)[24] 12 Spain (PROMUSICAE)[25] 12 Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[26] 78 UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[27] 18 US Billboard Hot 100[20] 35 US Billboard Pop Songs[20] 9 US Billboard Adult Pop Songs[20] 37


Region Certification Certified units/sales United States (RIAA)[28] Gold 500,000^

*sales figures based on certification alone
^shipments figures based on certification alone

Release history

Country Date Format Label United States[29] January 13, 2004 Mainstream radio
  • Buena Vista Records
  • Hollywood Records
Australia[30] January 19, 2004 Maxi single WEA International United Kingdom April 12, 2004 CD single[31] Maxi single[32] Germany[33] June 28, 2004 Maxi single United States[34] October 19, 2004 Digital download (AOL Broadband Rocks! November 22, 2003) Hollywood Records


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What a difference a year makes! In 2003, Hilary Duff crossed over from television to music with the light, effervescent Metamorphosis, a post-Britney teen pop album that kept things bubbly and cheerful. Not only was its innocence a bit of a relief after the highly charged sexuality of Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, it was a hit, embraced by a new generation of preteens who were born in the waning days of The New Mickey Mouse Club. Despite its success, it seemed a little antiquated by the spring of 2004, when Avril Lavigne returned with a somber sequel to her trendsetting debut, Let Go, and when Jessica Simpson's little sister Ashlee turned into a star with her rock-based Autobiography, ushering in a new phase of teen pop -- one that was more mature than the bubblegum of Metamorphosis, but only in the sense that it dealt with the angst and preoccupations of early adolescence. Gone were the fluffy party tunes -- gone too was the overamped sexiness of Britney and Xtina -- and in were heavy guitars, anthemic choruses, rock beats, and songs about growing up and finding your identity. Hilary Duff and her producers were smart enough to have her go with the flow, shedding all the bubblegum trappings of her debut and releasing a second album that's a virtual companion to Ashlee Simpson's Autobiography, from its rock/dance-pop fusion to its earnest demeanor, right down to Ashlee's producer John Shanks helming a couple of tracks. This makeover may be trendy, but it's also admirable since it results in a varied, ambitious album, even if that ambition sometimes gets the better of Hilary. At 17 tracks, the album is way too long and its straight-faced seriousness can be a little oppressive at this length, particularly since Duff can't quite pull off everything she tries. While she has a likeable, girlish voice, she's not a great singer and that occasionally hurts the album -- witness how she struggles to reach her lower register on the dirge "Hide Away." Nevertheless, those very limitations are quite appealing when they're matched to the right song, whether it's a sweet ballad or on the heavy rockers, of which there are many. There's silliness here, such as the hipster putdown "Mr. James Dean," but that makes the album feel endearingly adolescent. And that's the greatest charm of Hilary Duff -- it might take itself a little seriously, it might be a little uneven, but it feels like the soundtrack to the life of a smart, ambitious, popular teenager trying to sort things out.

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