Discussion in 'Pop & Justice' started by Lucas, Dec 23, 2019.
(btw I love singing Jujubee, Jujubee, Jujubee, my dance floor dar-ling!)
Yeah I really don’t like the song in its original form but she really turned it out on this feature - it suits her well.
Urgh. Imagine if Kylie came out with something like this
Sad thing is, she is capable of this and more. I have faith she will deliver it again though, just a question of when.
She already did deliver some A grade bops on an album called Disco 6 months ago.
Wasn't Dance Floor Darling... just sent to Radio 2 and that's it? I don't think they put too much thought into it.
First time hearing this, love it.
Dance Floor Darling’s been dropped from the Radio 2 playlist, but the Starstruck remix has been added.
The way they butchered the release of Disco's best song (after Say Something).
Just the 3 singles from the original album then. Disappointing but at least we know more is on the way.
Just pop a HQ recording of Naomi Smalls doing Dancefloor Darling onto Vevo.
Every pop campaign since 2016 except Future Nostalgia
Kylie's last album had 5 singles.
An outlier - I’m just saying we shouldn’t expect those campaigns anymore.
I mean not really, just because Gaga and Miley are 4th single phobic doesn't mean that it's an outlier. Confetti, After Hours, Dedicated, Smile, and more. I don't think another single is coming from the standard either, but I guess I take umbrage with your statement dd.
Poor Dance Floor Darling. Still onwards to the re issue now.
What a waste of time. Don’t get it at all. The album’s best song for me deserved way, way better.
She did songs that sound like 2007 back in 2007.
What a shame, a quick blast of Dancefloor Darling a couple of times a day on Radio 2 used to get me through those long 12 hour shifts
It's such an empowering bop!
The last bit with the breakdown kicks my ass to get moving haha
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