'Say Something' basically.
I do agree there is a good record somewhere in there though... Somehow Kiss Me Once (and the Garibay EPs) fit nicely into the “story” of her back catalogue when placed alongside Golden and Disco, neither of which attempt to be hip and both lean into the Radio 2 audience.
Is the Kiss Me Once era the last time Kylie tried to be cool?
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.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.
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.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.
I've always really liked Kiss Me Once despite its aimless nature. It's clear no one involved knew quite what to do with Kylie in 2014, but the tunes are there. And like many Kylie albums, some of the bonus cuts definitely deserved a place on the standard over others. It reminds me of X in a lot of ways, which seems to be looked at mostly fondly these days.
Unpopular, but I find it eminently more listenable than Golden.
Hurrah, good to see.I guess that they're finally moving ahead with the release of "Dance Floor Darling." Finally.
The excessive use of hyphens throughout this era has done my head in, tbh.Adding the hyphen on that cover is doing my Virgo head in.
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.If she doesn’t do an On the Dancefloor/Dance Floor Darling medley on the inevitable tour…