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listen  1. Into The BlueKylie Minogue 4:08$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  2. Million MilesKylie Minogue 3:28$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  3. I Was Gonna CancelKylie Minogue 3:32$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  4. Sexy LoveKylie Minogue 3:31$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  5. SexercizeKylie Minogue 2:47$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  6. Feels So GoodKylie Minogue 3:37$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  7. If OnlyKylie Minogue 3:21$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  8. Les SexKylie Minogue 3:47$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen  9. Kiss Me OnceKylie Minogue 3:17$1.29  Buy MP3 
listen10. Beautiful (Kylie Minogue and Enrique Iglesias)Kylie Minogue and Enrique Iglesias 3:24$1.29  Buy MP3 
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You can count on the fingers of one hand the number of “pop” artists who’ve lasted more than a decade, let alone more than two! In July 1987 Kylie released her first single; a remake of the 1962 Little Eva hit “Locomotion”. The song hit No.1 in Australia and remained in the top spot for seven weeks, becoming the biggest Australian single of the ‘80’s. ... Read more in Amazon's Kylie Minogue Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (March 18, 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • ASIN: B00I0O9QJY
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #134,329 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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This is the Australian pop icon's first studio album since 2010's Aphrodite,/i>, and her first since signing to Roc Nation Management. Kiss Me Once, a return to the dance floor after 2012's orchestral compilation The Abbey Road Sessions, was executive produced by Kylie and Sia, who co-wrote the title track. Kylie also teams up with Pharrell Williams, who wrote and produced "I Was Gonna Cancel," Ariel Rechtshaid (HAIM), MNEK (Bastille), and Greg Kurstin (P!nk).

Customer Reviews

It's a great upbeat, pop song that is fun to sing along and dance to.
All in all, I believe it to be a stronger album than Aphrodite as it has a larger spread of sounds without sacrificing cohesiveness.
Kylie is one of the best music artist out there and there aren't many.

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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Rudy Palma on March 18, 2014
Format: Audio CD
A veritable soufflé of one bite more delectable than the last, Kylie Minogue's "Kiss Me Once" is the work of a diva not only perfectly in her element but relaxing and reveling in it.

Between upscale calls to the dance floor, fist-pumping anthems and quiveringly sexy slow-jams, Kylie manages to offer the pure candy corn pop listeners have come to expect, yet with a chilled, liberated atmosphere that ultimately adds up to an album with a burnish and feel entirely distinct from the past eleven she's made.

The only listeners who will find filler on this record are rock critics and music snobs - not the audience Kylie has ever made any pretense of courting in the last 15 years. This is celebratory, feelgood pop of the finest vintage, with world class arrangements and performances.

Pharrell Williams, who recently proved with Gloria Estefan that he knows how to craft unshakeable tunes tailor-made for reigning pop divas, contributes the giddy "I Was Gonna Cancel," one of the LP's most impressive moments. The cute, freewheeling "Sexy Love" contrasts with the downbeat, slinky R&B of "Feels So Good." The synth-heavy "If Only," in common with the title track, harks back to the joyful, jittery sound of late 80s pop. They sound like Tiffany (or, early Kylie) in the best way possible.

Second single "Beautiful" is a tad overproduced and a touch too languid - despite being a duet with Enrique Iglesias, who complements Minogue well, the deliberately cool arrangement definitely obscures the personality of their vocals to a degree - yet it will likely find favor with audiences with its sentimental content and strong melody.

"Million Miles" is fated to burn up the club charts with its irrepressible chorus and ingenious production values.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Brandon J. Smith VINE VOICE on March 18, 2014
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Kylie Minogue is in a class by herself. No one else in the pop genre even comes close to her run of great albums, starting long ago with her self-titled album and Impossible Princess, through Light Years, Fever, Body Language, X, and Aphrodite (not to mention the brilliant singles and Abbey Road remake album). The biggest fear, when she switched to the new label, was that she'd radically change her sound. The subpar single "Skirt" made a lot of us fans a bit nervous. It wasn't terrible, but I don't think anyone wanted an entire album of songs like that from Kylie. Fortunately, Kiss Me Once is another outstanding album, feeling like a blend of X and Aphrodite.

The thing we love about Kylie is her tremendous positivity and neo-disco grooves. She's also a better singer than she's generally given credit for. That's the problem with the one real misstep on this album, which is the duet with Enrique Iglesias. It's not a bad song, but the autotune is so heavy that it seems pointless to have two talented singers in it. Their voices could have carried that song just fine and given it personality. Instead, it's a bit too robotic and doesn't have that Kylie feel.

The rest of the album is pure Kylie, though. Even as she gets more explicit (three songs with "sex" in the title!), she's still more of a winking coquette than a sex object like so many pop stars think they have to be. Songs like "Into the Blue," "I Was Gonna Cancel," "Million Miles," and "If Only" are going to be great in Kylie's live shows. The pulsating beats and great rhythms work perfectly as the kind of music Kylie does best.

At this point, Kylie can only be judged against herself. She's well beyond her peers in the industry. Though I would not consider this her best (Light Years and Fever hold that honor for me, but, as I mentioned earlier, all her modern albums have been tremendous) this one stands tall amongst her releases over the past decade.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By PourHomme80 on March 18, 2014
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Kiss Me Once, has an airy, hopeful and free quality to me and there are only a couple tracks that I seem to skip at this point. Overall, its not Kylie's best full body of work but I have a feeling there's an entirely different strategy being used here especially since Kylie is under new management, Roc Nation. This is Kylie's "Bedtime Stories" (Madonna reference). Similar to that album, it was released without too much fanfare, has a mellower, lighter feel where she has worked with a handful of current producers and she may end up with a big hit in "Sexy Love" or "Kiss Me Once."

Track by Track - This is based on most listened to track to least listened to track on this album:

Sexy Love - This is the "Kiss Me Once" version of her "Fever" album hit "Love at first sight." Its sexy dance-pop with guitars and just pure bouncy pop fun. Should easily be considered as a single.

Kiss Me Once - This is contending to be my favorite song on this album. It's reminiscent of classic 80's Kylie with lyrics that could possibly turn this into a major wedding song contender, especially if she includes a stripped down ballad version, if/when she hopefully decides to release this as a single. Interestingly enough, Kylie performed a stripped down version of this track for a spotify live session she did this week.

Fine - This is a housey-dance track that closes out the album and she just sounds perfect. This track is already club-ready and has an almost 90's energy.

Sparks - HOW DID THIS NOT MAKE THE ALBUM??? This is the b-side to her single "Into The Blue" and I think it is a crime this didnt make the full album. Sophisticated is the best word that comes to mind.
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