Kylie: The Complete Discography Rate - Part. 2 "B-Sides & Rarities" (RESULTS - WINNER!)

What is your favourite Kylie side project?

  • Kylie perfume

    Votes: 1 1.4%
  • Kylie At Home: Bedding and Home Accessories

    Votes: 8 10.8%
  • Kylie Christmas

    Votes: 31 41.9%
  • Kylie wine

    Votes: 32 43.2%
  • LoveKylie: Intimates & Swimwear

    Votes: 2 2.7%

  • Total voters
Ugh, why do you all hate bubblegum pop??? I gave "All I Wanna Do is Make You Mine" a 7.5, and now I regret it. Should've scored it a 10 because I could foresee this happening. Oh well.

Also surprised to see Bury Me Deep in Love go so soon.. it's actually lovely, it's like a new Where the Wild Roses Grow (although the lyrics are obviously totally different).


Lhuna (Coldplay & Kylie) 5.07

Highest Score: 10 x 1 @elektroxx
Lowest Score: 0 x 1 @Hurricane Drunk

Lhuna (Coldplay & Kylie) 3
What a disappointment this collaboration was-pretty much devoid of any tune and just horribly produced. Thankfully they redeemed themselves with the exquisite Every Day’s Like Christmas.
The Reflex - 5. I've never been a huge fan of the original. I don't really like the verses or pre-chorus of this version but the chorus is good. My favourite Duran Duran song is 'Hungry Like The Wolf.'

Bury Me Deep In Love - 5.5. The backing track is nice and Kylie's sounds lovely. Jimmy's voice is alright but there are one or two moments that are slightly grating ("from up above"). The original was used when Madge, Kylie's chacracter's mother in Neighbours, got married to Harold Bishop. EDIT - I once sold tickets to Anne Charleston who played Madge, and she was delightful.
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I'm sad to lose yet another ten. I really like "Lhuna." Yes, I would've loved to hear Kylie on something like "Paradise," but I also appreciate the moody vibe of "Lhuna." Kylie sounds great on it and I think that her and Chris have great chemistry. And considering some of the trash that she's released as charity singles ("We Are One," "Crystallize"), "Lhuna" is a masterpiece in comparison.

"All I Wanna Do Is Make You Mine" exemplifies the worst parts of early PWL era Kylie, in my opinion.
All I Wanna Do Is Make You Mine - 6. I gave 'Especially For You' 7, mainly for nostalgia reasons, and had only heard this song a few times before but I really enjoy this. Although the chorus is a bit too derivative of 'You're The One That I Want,' that's not a deal breaker. It's just fun.

Lhuna - 8. I loathe Coldplay with a passion so was surprised when this grew on me, maybe because it's not the typical 'Coldplay' sound. I love the opening dark chimes, and appreciate the creepiness of the song as a whole. It sounds like the credits song of a children's film from the 80's. It's quite unsettling listening in the dark of night.

PS. I'm not a fan of David Bowie either (except in Labyrinth)!
Now that's a huge surprise for me... "You Make Me Feel" is the worst of the Body Language bonus/bsides, but it's still pretty decent. How did so many covers outlast it??? So random.

Anyway, it sucks that this song is on both japanese and north american editions of Body Language, when Slow Motion and Cruise Control would be the best combination of bonus tracks. I'd have snatched a physical with those two in a second, now I'm left pondering which version is better to own (it feels impossible to collect Kylie's studio albums unless you're willing to buy the same album multiple times for the different bonuses kii).
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I was worried that I'd lost another ten. Thankfully, I'm saying goodbye to one of my zeros. I genuinely hate "You Make Me Feel." It's a terrible song that is made worse by being surrounded by much stronger material—I find her falsetto on the chorus extremely grating and I don't understand why they have that sample of the crickets chirping throughout the song.