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Come Out & Play [Import]

Kim WildeAudio CD
4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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Kim Wilde. Mention her name and people’s eyes light up. The blonde singer with the siren voice is after all one of pop music's most dazzling stars. For years she has held the record as England’s most successful female pop star ever. The French consider her the “Brigitte Bardot of Rock” and her German fans still venerate her as the sexiest glamour girl to come out of ... Read more in Amazon's Kim Wilde Store

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  • Audio CD (September 7, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: 101 DISTRIBUTION
  • ASIN: B003US9MQC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #171,358 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. King Of The World3:31
2. Lights Down Low3:00
3. Real Life3:54
4. Greatest Journey duet with Glenn Gregory3:48
5. I Want What I Want3:06
6. Love Conquers All with Nik Kershaw3:58
7. Hey! You!3:12
8. Suicide2:41
9. This Paranoia2:48
10. Loving You More4:01
11. Get Out3:45
12. My Wish Is Your Command3:33
13. Jessica1:21

Editorial Reviews

2010 release, the 11th studio album from the British '80s superstar and Pop diva. Features the first single 'Lights Down Low'. 13 tracks. Sony

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
After Kim's last awesome album, I wasn't expecting her to follow up with another so soon--and so GOOD. This one is packed with catchy electro/dance/synth rock tracks featuring choruses and riffs with flawless hooks, and hints of some of her greatest efforts of the 80s in each track. And as a nod to her start in the 80s, there are duets with fellow 80s acts Nik Kershaw and Glenn Gregory of Heaven 17. The Glenn Gregory duet is a mellow and trippy rocker and the Nik Kershaw duet is even MORE mellow and trippy! After that, the only other chill out track on the album is "Loving You More." Then there's the barely a minute long boring sing-song track "Jessica", which is sort of just a closer on the album. I just wish there had been more tracks! Definitely pick up the CD single for Lights Down Low, which features the non-album track "Snakes and Ladders."
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kim Wilde brand new album is her best work September 10, 2010
By James
Format:Audio CD
Album opening track King of the world ->nice Pop-Rock song with very exciting chorus
but one of the highlights is smash hit Lights down low > fantastic uplifting sexy song without trying too hard, brillance of chorus shines trhough to it Real Life-> "I wanna know whats Real love do u feel the same? I save the final
days for you" her voice sounds beautiful, i feel the real Kim Wilde is back -as if Coldplay wrote this song for her.
Greatest Jurney - I was pleasantly surprised on this song- i thought it will be a bit nastalgic duet, but it wasn't -fantastic song -almost they both take you to a nice jurney -9
Hey You - a bit provacative yet playful lyrics " Its Friday night what can i do , i need some fun, my friends are borring - I am gona wait on the corner street for you" -in my opinion is one of her finest work today.
Get OUT --easily of the BEST tracks on the album! Kim's unique and beautiful vocals just hits you with energy and anger, reminds a little bit or Annie's "Sweet Dreams" and Madonna "Ray of Light" i think this could be Kim's masterpiece -hope Sony will release it as Single.
My Wish is Your command & Suicide, rock & pop songs sound like GreenDay on there good day.
Overall if you like Pink, Madonna, Coldplay or GreenDay this album is for you.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Come Out and Play ROCKS! Kim is better than ever! January 20, 2011
Format:Audio CD
You wonder why the fabulous Kim Wilde gets so little airplay in the US when she headlines all over Europe.
This disc tops her previous release "Never Say Never", which many thought to be her last effort. All of the tracks are solid and meaningful. Kim does writing duties on over half the songs herself, showing how much her life experience has impacted her. More guitars are employed this go-around smacking hard on "King Of The World", and "This Paranoia". "Lights Down Low" and "Hey! You!" bring in the type of synthesizer sound I've come to expect on one of Kim's CDs, but trust me, they are NOT 80's throwbacks, but fresh and tight arrangements that satisfy and make you wish she were coming in concert to the US so you could see her live. If this may indeed be her last effort (and I for one dearly hope it isn't) Kim has pulled out the stops and elected to go out with a bang, and not a whimper. Lots of what passes itself off as music these days make you wonder why you spent your hard earned dollars on it. Find some complete tracks on youtube and listen if you're not convinced. This CD is worth every penny.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Kim's Most Solid Album Since "Love Is" January 17, 2011
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
If you're a Wilde fan or just discovering her, don't hesitate to grab this, even if you have to spring for the import because no domestic release is anywhere in sight. I've had this for a few months now and unlike "Never Say Never," which I liked, this continues to receive frequent play at home and in the car. A little "tougher" than her pop work but still undeniably Kim, tracks like "Paranoia," "Hey You," "Lights Down Low," and "Suicide" rock. For pop perfection, "Real Life" harkens back to Wilde's more mainstream efforts. One of the best buys I made this year.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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Come Out and Play is simply sensational. She fuses rock, dance, and pop so perfectly in arguably her best CD yet. There are 4 or 5 single worthy songs including my personal favorite Hey!You! which is sort of a mix of Personal Jesus and a dominatrix. The first single Lights Down Low offers rock with a little glam bam. King of the World starts the album off with a bang. Suicide is a catchy rock driven track. My second favorite cut is the second single Real Life which is in classic pop style Kim soothes the ears with a soft starting but building beat. Get Out and This Paranoia are upbeat treasures. She has Glenn Gregory of Heaven 17 duet with her on the drum driven Greatest Journey. Nik Kershaw helps her on the melodic and softer Love Conquers All. Loving You More takes you to the softer rock side of Kim. I Want What I Want and My Wish is Your Command are lyrical and musical masterpieces. Jessica is an interesting jazzy ending to one of not only her best CD efforts ever, but one of the best CD effects ever. The only complaint is that this album is already reaching success in Germany, Switzerland, and other countries but hasn't been released in the US as of yet. C'mon Kim, we want to play with you too.
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