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Another Place And Time: 30 Years On

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by WhatKindOfKylie?, Feb 4, 2019.

  1. After, and helped move the album itself back up the charts despite its #20 stalling. And it's my favourite of the singles too!
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  2. I just played the original album mix of Love's About To Change. Really can't decide if I prefer it to the 7' mix overall! Too tough too choose!
  3. I hated the 7" mix, the album mix was so perfect.
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  4. The album mix does have a better outro I think.
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  5. Anybody knows why Breakaway was even released as a single? I recall it came off a Best of album from 1990 (the first Donna CD I ever bought), but it had the album version of it. Then that and some other song (State of Independence was it?) were given contemporary remixes as singles to promote the compilation.

    Always found it odd the newer versions were not included on the best of from the start.
  6. I think it was released in Europe to help promote a new compilation that Warners brought out. It was a very late in the day release anyway, early 1991, 2 years following the first single!
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  7. The cover artwork of APAT was wonderous though!! The other pics much more pedestrian admittedly.
  8. Was it? How many non-Japanese people have homaged geisha over the years?!

    They are just wearing white make up like geisha traditionally do.

    Don't tell me that's problematic now too?
    Last edited: Feb 12, 2019
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  10. Mike Stock always insists that Kylie's songs were written for her, and her only.

    (GTBC not withstanding, of course)
  11. This 1990 re-release:

    And this 1991 release...

    were in support of this 1990 release:
  12. And apparently Look my way written for Haywoode originally .
  13. Breakaway, certainly got its mileage!!
  14. Interesting! I never realized the UK release of “Breakaway” wasn’t to promote “Another Place...” like the US release was.

  15. Happy 30th Birthday today, to easily the most iconic song of this album, as well as one of the most iconic for Donna Summer, Stock Aitken Waterman and the 1980's in general, the mighty, This Time I Know It's For Real!

  16. Me listening to all the mixes of this song on its anniversary:

  17. Hurrah! Hard NOT to get like this too this song!
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  18. Smash Hits review for 'Another Place and Time'...

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  19. "raunchy dancefloor temptress"

    I miss Smash Hits!
  20. Amazing stuff!!!
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