100%!The lyrics on the song are so precise but have an emotional punch. In hindsight it's the ethereal emotional pop sound she needed post cancer.
Along with the fabulous video.I Believe In You is an absolute classic and is top tier Kylie.
The two best songs from these sessions too I think. BPM in particular for me.Of the new releases from the Ultimate Kylie era, I find myself returning to "BPM" and "Made Of Glass" significantly more often than their A-Sides.
I long for the day she does a Rarities album:
Tbh, That’s Why They Write Love Songs could have been on Disco. If they wanted a transition period after Disco, songs like Love Songs and White Diamond would have been perfect.
Anyone listen to the Jazzi P interview from the This is Disco podcast?
It’s a great listen about how she got involved with Kylie and gave some insight on the Let’s Get To It Tour.
She got paid peanuts but essentially did it for the experience to be on tour with Kylie.Tell us more.
All general discussion threads have been moved to the Comeback Corner.Why is Kylie in the comeback thread?
Remains amazing, I wish it had been a smash everywhere
Remains amazing, I wish it had been a smash everywhere[/QUOTE
It was #1 in my head for at least 10 weeks. Irresistible - Kylie at her very best!
If you package up the new tracks and leaks from the Ultimate Kylie sessions as an EP/album, I think it’d be amongst her best ever releases.
I Believe In You
Everything I Know
Giving You Up
Made of Glass
Honestly, wig and iconic.