Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Lucas, Dec 23, 2019.
I woke up with M***c stuck in my head this morning.
The true modern day Kylie classic.
Why are you always so right? The modern Kylie classic. Flawless.
Say Something AND Magic are both modern day Kylie classics for me. And Real Groove is nothing short but perfect too in my view.
The Kylie / Sam Sparro duet came on my shuffle and my immediate thought was what Parlophone were thinking when they heard this amazing song ,and thought it shouldn't be on the main album.
I actually don't think there was any attempt at cool with Kiss Me Once. Skirt and the imagery around it was cool. The Garibay stuff was cool.
I think the last time Kylie was effortlessly cool was in Say Something. The production, the strange structure of the song and the lack of chorus really elevates it to the status of an alternative pop song.
Like a sister to magic
I guess that they're finally moving ahead with the release of "Dance Floor Darling." Finally.
Is that really the single cover?
There have been so many really great photos of her for this era, why do the single covers (Real Groove aside) have to be so damn fugly? It's fifty shades of hideous.
Alright give me a turquoise or purple vinyl then if that’s the artwork.
I can't say that I disagree with this. I generally like Studio Moross' work, but I haven't liked anything that they've done with Kylie for this era.
They don't need to be so....busy with it, the Real Groove cover was stunning with its simplicity and the fact Kylie herself looked so beautiful.
Slap some text on this mage and boom, perfect.
I suppose at least the single art has been consistent from this album?
I'm sure that image isn't the final one. It was previously used for her Spotify playlist...
Nailed the music this era.
Failed on the artwork.
i agree to a point. Les Sex has become on of my favourite Kylie bops. I’d like her to do more with MNDR.
Adding the hyphen on that cover is doing my Virgo head in.
If she doesn’t do an On the Dancefloor/Dance Floor Darling medley on the inevitable tour…
Hurrah, good to see.
The excessive use of hyphens throughout this era has done my head in, tbh.
If "Dancefloor" didn't get an outing during the Fever Tour, there's no way that it'll be making an appearance on the Disco tour.
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