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


Golden Boy 8.33

Highest Score:
11 x 1
10 x 6 @Phonetics Girl, @elektroxx, @m_dimitrov, @MilesAngel, @HMD, @SlowGinFizzzz
Lowest Score: 2 x 1 @Adora Day

Paper Dolls 10
A firm favourite when released, such a contrast to Spinning Around and all the better for it. Loved it live on the Anti Tour
Golden Boy 9
The Kiss Me Once bonus tracks are so good-better than a lot of the album. Love this-great electro production-should have been on the album.
he / him
While I gave "Paper Dolls" a ten, I'm not sad to see it go. I actually wasn't expecting it to make the Top 10. I do think that it's a great song—hence the ten—but it's not something that I revisit often. However, compared to the rest of the b-sides and bonus tracks from Light Years, it's a masterpiece.

"Golden Boy" is one of my favorite Kylie songs of all time. While I enjoyed a lot of songs from the Kiss Me Once era, nothing really jumped out at me and I didn't really enjoy the album or the era. And then I heard "Golden Boy" on YouTube via a rip from someone's vinyl from Record Store Day. It was an immediate favorite. I love Ariel Rechtshaid's production on this—I need Kylie to work with Ariel again in the future. The "bang bang bang" bridge is simple, but effective. I genuinely considered giving it my eleven. Thank you, @VeryPSB, for giving it your eleven. I'm so glad that it made the Top 10.
he / him
What’s surprised me is how far apart Love Takes Over Me and Take Me With You are? To me they’re cut from the same cloth and very similar in style and quality so it’s surprising that people have maligned one in favour of the other
My only explanation is that "Love Takes Over Me" being 4:19 is far more approachable than "Take Me With You" being 9:11. Even its edit is 6:34, which might be too long for certain people. Personally, I love it in both of its iterations.
he / him
For me, "Do It Again" was the weakest of the b-sides from "Wow." To its credit, its competition was strong—"Carried Away" and "Cherry Bomb" are in my Top 20 favorite Kylie songs of all time. It's also one of the weaker Greg Kurstin productions from X, alongside "No More Rain." I find the intro unnecessary and juvenile—vaguely medieval by way of Disney. It does the same thing as "Carried Away" and "Wow," but to a lesser effect. I gave it an eight, but after discussing all of the reasons that I dislike it, I wish that I'd given it a lower score.
Do It Again 10
This scores a 10 for the intro alone! Epic

Made Of Glass 10
How can such a masterpiece be relegated to B-Side status again! Much better than the A-side. Love the layered vocal and the “Bohemian boys…” spoken part is amazing. Would love to see this performed live but probably a very difficult song to sing live.
Yaaaas! Ding dong the witch is dead. Awful 'song'.
May I please invite you to

Made Of Glass is a magical song and an obvious 11 contender from the start for me.
Xenomania are saviors to music and I would have loved if the Kylie sessions resulted in an album. The Ultimate era had one of the best sounds and vibes. We needed more.
Glad it was a radio single.
Similar feelings for...

Mighty Rivers 10 The beautiful Xenomania music I crave. Such a shame it's been hidden away. It is an 11 contender, afterall it was my ringtone at some time.
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he / him
I was going to say that I didn't realize that "Made Of Glass" was so divisive, but then I realized that it made the Top 10, so perhaps it would be more accurate to say that I didn't realize that "Made Of Glass" wasn't universally loved—I just assumed that it was everyone's fave.