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Kylie Minogue

Discussion in 'Comeback corner' started by Weezerfan, Aug 14, 2008.

  1. 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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  2. "Rhythm Of Love" is one of the very few albums which I like all the songs in it.
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  3. Calvin worked on Too Much for Aphrodite as well as In My Arms and Heart Beat Rock for X.
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  4. One out of three ain't bad. He also produced her cover of 'Love Is The Drug'.
  5. I would have thought that DISCO was the perfect foil to come back in but was not to be, Too much was my favourite off Aphrodite.
  6. I don't think it would have been a good fit. He doesn't really do the disco sound.
  7. Rob


    Wasn't Disco also produced very cheaply? I don't think a Calvin track would come cheap, even if he's past his peak.
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  8. I just had a Magnum White
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  9. She recorded her own vocals because of Covid and London lockdown. Then she recorded the 3 new songs for the Disco re-issue in her Melbourne home studio. She was photographed outside a recording studio in Melbourne last year too. That was probably for the Lady Gaga cover?

    Calvin - I am not here for this.

    Go spend a month in Stockholm Kylie and work with some cool Swedish writers and producers.
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  10. Artwork for the “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” remix out later today.

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  11. That was for the Netflix animated film.
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  12. So Iconic, hope they release a special vinyl 12"
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  13. I don't know what she has planned for the upcoming year be it an eventual tour or another album, but it's absolutely time to strike on a vinyl re-issue if it's possible considering the turnaround time (so really this is something that should've been in the works a while back). The fact that her biggest albums are generally extremely difficult to find or totally unavailable on vinyl especially given the performance of the Disco era on vinyl is frustrating to say the least.
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  14. I don’t think there will ever be a time where her past albums are always and widely available on vinyl. The economics for continual production are not there.

    They seem to do well with limited production runs on reissues like with Fever last year. So I’m sure that will be the model for any reissues.

    Also, if you really want them the vinyls are not difficult to find. They're expensive though.
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  15. 2023 - all I want is a new album!
    And a tour.
    And I had a dream that Nicole Kidman produces another TV series in Australia, and she casts Toni Collette and Kylie in it.
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  16. Fingers crossed it be good!!
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  17. It’s fine, I don’t mind it at all but expected something a little bit more impactful. Feels a bit empty-sounding?
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