Big Bang & Fuzz strike gold

Staff Writer

The Voice on Channel Nine saw it's lowest audience figures since launch last night, however they were still huge.

With 1.9 million viewers last night it was 600,000 ahead of the second ranked program, even if it was 200,000 off it's peak.

One of the contestants chose a different path last night, rather then singing an established hit song, 19 year old Brittany Cairns and her coach Keith Urban chose a song called 'Different Worlds', originally used as a production music song in promos for The Voice.

As a result of last nights show, Brittany's version of the song went to number 1 on the Australian Itunes charts, and the original by Jes Hudak peaked at number 8. 

The original song is a production track represented in Australia by Big Bang & Fuzz.

Kerrie-Ann Sharpe from Big Bang & Fuzz commented in a media release “Obviously we believe in the quality of our production music and we work with a talented range of real deal artists, but none of us thought we would see two versions of a production music track shoot up the charts like this.”

You can hear the original version from Big Bang & Fuzz here (track 27) and watch the version from The Voice here.

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