Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Lucas, Dec 23, 2019.
Know when she does announce tickets, be a nightmare getting them.
The stress of trying to figure out which tickets would get me front row for the Golden tour was too much.
Stress that wasn't even needed as a lot of general standing were let into the golden circle for free.
Kylie is a high-profile touring artist. If she's going on tour next year, they will have been working on the tour itinerary for a while now. It's not like she decided to tour yesterday and realised overnight that everything is booked.
I need the extended ‘Say Something’ on streaming now. The YouTube upload is a bit quiet on my iPhone and I want to be fully cocooned in its soundscape.
The original version is already kind of perfect for me as it is. The way it gives you snatches of ecstasy in the second half of the song but feels like it could explode even further into euphoria. To live for even longer in the chorus melody and the “love is love” refrain just sounds like such a gift.
I love the Disco era but I think we need some new blood in the studio with Kylie.
Disco, all things considered, has been a great Kylie era I think.
It’s been a great album campaign with heaps of content and more than a few great songs. Studio 2054 remains a highlight.
She’s been fully present as a pop star, unlike some… Although I think we know why her acting career never took off.
(any excuse to post this clip):
Teemu Brunila and Jon Green have not worked with her enough imo.
This one's better.
Aren't most tours usually announced very early in the morning?
Although I have occasionally seen pages adding events on Facebook during late evening.
Did you mean Infinite Disco? Or are you referring to Kylie singing a snippet of "Real Groove" and along to "Electricity" during Dua's Studio 2054?
Well both were amazing dd
I’m still wishing Kylie will work with Sally Shapiro, and Johan Agebjörn will bring us Kylie’s cover of Dying In Africa to save the world.
Kylie x Italians Do It Better could actually potentially be amazing but I don't ever expect that to happen.
I just watched Infinite Disco for the first time. What a show! Loved it. Now I really want the tour to happen.
These extended mixes are largely really good aren't they?! Some of them are a bit "paste the instrumental in after the chorus" but there's some lovely moments that really flesh out the album versions.
Say Something remains a 100/10.
Not to get all dream X tracklist but listening to the extended mixes I’m curious if anyone has their ideal Disco tracklist? Like which original versions would people switch out for the extended and would the Guest List collabs work being spread out throughout the album (so you don’t spend the whole album waiting for Kiss Of Life dd)
Interesting to see that out of the 3 new songs A Second To Midnight is the highest on iTunes (I know, I know) it’s sitting at number 36 on UK iTunes and Can’t Stop Writing Songs About You which only came out on Friday is number 82. It seems to be responding well to the airplay.
The extended versions were all great, not sure if any were more essential than the original edits (I wasn't paying that much attention, it was playing on the background), but they sure had a lot of great moments each. Is Supernova richer? Sounds like it but as a result it didn't help that the chorus still sounds like the most empty part of the song. Also, I was not expecting a choir in I Love It, but considering it was what was missing from the original track for me, it would have been nice to have one here.
The singles are great. The new videos are excellent, the improvement after the first two videos of the era is shocking. The first two were so... boring/lifeless. Overproduced, little movement, no interesting editing or camera work. A Second To Midnight and Kiss of Life are the polar opposite. I think the Olly track would even look great if they didn't do the look changes/masks, it was just a joy to watch as a set up and as a choreography.
I am wondering if it would have been better to hold on to the Jessie track and maybe the Gloria track for the next era? Neither sounds like it belongs here as much as A Second to Midnight (which I think could really carry the re-release on its back, along with the extended edits - included for the original bonus tracks and the new one(s) - and the Infinite Disco discs).
Kiss Of Life is a major progression and would be great on the next album even as an oddity a-la Confide/Slow, and I Can't Stop would still make sense on an electropop album if that's indeed what she ends up doing next. Of course having Gloria on the track - amazing delivery - means it more obviously belongs on the album titled 'Disco' but at the same time as a Kylie song, it's more in the vein of something she'd do with the Scissor Sisters or during some X sessions as mentioned before. The weak part is the chorus for me, the one time where a different section comes in it injects so much life into the track. It would have benefited from an extra hook I think...
I loved how what we got so far felt like the kind of investment that would go into a new era, more than we could have hoped for!
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