Kylie Minogue

The quality of her music began to increase the more control and say she got over what she did, rather than being given a bunch of cheesy songs she was finally able to express who she was.
It was obvious she was a talented singer with an ear for what sounded good and she didn't much, if any, say until a good few years down the road and that was only because of in-fighting between the 3 men of SAW.

As I said, there are some gems scattered about but so much of it is throwaway and not worthy of her (and some of it ought to have been thrown away)
 
The quality of her music began to increase the more control and say she got over what she did, rather than being given a bunch of cheesy songs she was finally able to express who she was.
It was obvious she was a talented singer with an ear for what sounded good and she didn't much, if any, say until a good few years down the road and that was only because of in-fighting between the 3 men of SAW.

As I said, there are some gems scattered about but so much of it is throwaway and not worthy of her (and some of it ought to have been thrown away)
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Kylie's PWL stuff for the most part is pretty naff and incredibly dated. Some gems exist sure, but generally what came after shows that she is capable of more and lots of the PWL was beneath her.
being wrong.
 
Like nobody would sign Kylie back them until PWL took her in. There's be no Kylie without PWL. And calling the songs beneath her or that she didn't need them when half of the first 'credible' Decon album was half-baked covers dd and the second one literally killed the label.
 
A quick question for anybody that could help, but I’ve been revisiting the Fever era and wonder what songs were passed on and given to other artists?

I know that Atomic Kitten’s ‘Feels So Good’ and Sarah Whatmore’s ‘When I Lost You’ we’re both originally offered with the first being recorded, but were there any others?

Would Sophie Monk’s ‘Inside Outside’ & ‘Get the Music On’ be one which were both written by Ray Hedges at the same time?
 
A quick question for anybody that could help, but I’ve been revisiting the Fever era and wonder what songs were passed on and given to other artists?

I know that Atomic Kitten’s ‘Feels So Good’ and Sarah Whatmore’s ‘When I Lost You’ we’re both originally offered with the first being recorded, but were there any others?

Would Sophie Monk’s ‘Inside Outside’ & ‘Get the Music On’ be one which were both written by Ray Hedges at the same time?

'Just A Little' by Liberty X was probably offered to her at some point.
 
I’m the first to admit I don’t like much of the PWL era, but without it there’s no indie Kylie, no Fever album, no Glastonbury appearance or Nick Cave duet, so for that I’m thankful of the start it gave her.

it’s like criticising some of the quite naff early Depeche, but from there it led to Violator. Those acts that are worth following need a starting point to evolve from
 
I had a friend from Blackpool who was obsessed with an ice skating show called Hot Ice, and it was at the same time I was getting into Kylie b-sides. There is a song called Rendezvous in the skating show, and it has the exact same chord opening as Kylie's Rendezvous At Sunset and it freaked me OUT at the time. Nothing else about the songs are similar, but the opening chords are identical:



 
I was listening to In My Arms today and what an iconic song, iconic video, iconic looks which famously Lady Gaga was also inspired from. What ashame that Kylie hasnt worked with Calvin Harris after he really hit the jackpot......is it unlikely they can work together, have they fallen out? The leak that happened with In My Arms wasnt Kylie's fault, it would have made a great opening track from her album X but it wasnt to be.

I hope they are still in good terms?
 
Kylie's PWL stuff for the most part is pretty naff and incredibly dated. Some gems exist sure, but generally what came after shows that she is capable of more and lots of the PWL was beneath her.
Rhythm of Love is the obvious strongest album I think.
It took Kylie an album or two to find her groove and her voice. It's not that unusual with 80's pop singers, look at Janet Jackson's first two albums, most people don't even know them as Control (album #3) was the stronger album.
 
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Rhythm of Love is the obvious strongest album I think.
It took Kylie an album or two to find her groove and her voice. It's not that unusual with 80's pop singers, look at Janet Jackson's first two albums, most people don't even know them as Control (album #3) was the stronger album.


"Rhythm Of Love" is one of the very few albums which I like all the songs in it.
 
I was listening to In My Arms today and what an iconic song, iconic video, iconic looks which famously Lady Gaga was also inspired from. What ashame that Kylie hasnt worked with Calvin Harris after he really hit the jackpot......is it unlikely they can work together, have they fallen out? The leak that happened with In My Arms wasnt Kylie's fault, it would have made a great opening track from her album X but it wasnt to be.

I hope they are still in good terms?

Calvin worked on Too Much for Aphrodite as well as In My Arms and Heart Beat Rock for X.
 
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