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Greatest Hits 87 - 97 by Kylie Minogue

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Should Be So Lucky
  2. The Locomotion
  3. Hand On Your Heart
  4. Got To Be Certain
  5. Better The Devil You Know
  6. Wouldn't Change A Thing
  7. Celebration
  8. Never Too Late
  9. What Do I Have To Do?
  10. Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi
  11. Where In The World?
  12. Step Back In Time
  13. Especially For You
  14. Say The Word - I'll Be There
  15. Shocked
  16. Word Is Out
  17. Made In Heaven
  18. What Kind Of Fool? (Heard All That Before)
  19. Give Me Just A Little More Time
  20. Finer Feelings
  21. If You Were With Me Now
  22. Tears On My Pillow

Disc: 2

  1. Confide In Me
  2. Put Yourself In My Place
  3. Did It Again
  4. Breathe
  5. Hand On Your Heart
  6. I Should Be So Lucky
  7. The Loco-Motion
  8. Wouldn't Change A Thing
  9. Step Back In Time
  10. Shocked
  11. Better The Devil You Know
  12. What Do I Have To Do?


Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 24, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2003
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Jive
  • Run Time: 74 minutes
  • ASIN: B0000CBHXL
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #226,259 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Kylie Minogue.....it is strange to think that she started out as the "I Should Be So Lucky" teen queen that grew into the "Feel The Fever" pop icon she is today. This collection was released over 10 years ago, but since Kylie's worldwide popularity as grown since the release of 2000's LIGHT YEARS and 2001's FEVER, PWL wanted to cash in again I guess. This collection represents the best of late 1980's and early 1990's dance music produced by the Stock/Aitken/Waterman production team. As with many a pop artist Kylie eventually grew out of touch with the S/A/W team and left for the trendy DeConstruction dance label in 1993. The stand-out tracks from the 1980's include her first world-wide hit in 1987, the joyous "I Should Be So Lucky", "Locomotion", and "Got To Be Certain" from 1988's KYLIE. The sweet "Hand On Your Heart", "Wouldn't Change A Thing", and "Never Too Late" from 1989's ENJOY YOURSELF album. As the Kylie entered the 1990's she released four singles that have defined her career through it's many up and downs. The first being her undying dance classic "Better The Devil You Know" which marked the first appearence of "Sex Kylie" with the song's stylish video clip. The Second being the funky "Step Back In Time" with its heart stuck in that 1970's groove. The third single from 1990's classic RHYTHM OF LOVE being the epic remix of "What Do I Have To Do?". And the last offical single being the DNA remix of "Shocked" which improves on the original while keeping some of the original elements. By 1991, Kylie was growing out of synch with S/A/W and PWL records and it is reflected in 1991's LET'S GET TO IT. The first single the urban/jazzy "Word Is Out" still holds up really well considering it age.Read more ›
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This is an excellent compilation if you are interested in discovering Kylie's early work before she became a superstar with hits like 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' and 'Slow'.

This covers Kylie's first ten years of making pop music, and if you think she does it well now, her early stuff is equally good.

This two-disc compilation features classics like 'I Should Be So Lucky', 'Better the Devil You Know', 'Shocked', 'What Do I Have To Do?', 'Step Back In Time' and her covers of 'Celebration', 'The Locomotion' and 'Give Me A Little More Time'.

It also features Kylie's underrated material for the Deconstruction label, including 'Confide In Me' and 'Did It Again'; songs considered more avant-garde for Kylie, yet they are perfect pop masterpieces with slightly more edge than we would expect from Kylie.

There are also a number of bonus remixes, making this a generous compilation.

I agree with Thunderhexed that although there is 'Ultimate Kylie' out there, this collection is equally listenable. 'Ultimate Kylie' only gives a fair sampling of Kylie's early work while focusing more on her post-2000 career.

Kylie has amassed an impressive body of work, and I highly recommend this collection. In fact, I consider it one of Kylie's essential CDs.
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I remember ver distinctly back in the day when Kylie's locomotion was all the rage on the radio. For my birthday my mother bought me Kylie's first album on cassette which I still have to this day. When her second cd, "Enjoy Yourself" was released, i picked it up, after that, Kylie was not heard from again in the U.S. It wasn't until the release of her "Fever" cd that I had thought anything about her. Upon hearing the bonus track "Butterfly", I knew there was much more to be learned. While in the cd store one day I came across this greatest hits cd, so I picked it up. It sparked a whole new love affair with Kylie. Within a period of about 6 months I ordered every album she released in the UK and Australia, every remix cd available, and even found the companion dvd to this greatest hits package. Kylie has DEFINATELY pushed Madonna out of the limelight for me. Kylie's music is just as pure and fun as her voice is smooth. If you can find the companion dvd to the greatest hits disc it's WELL worth it. It includes rare interviews, alternate video versions, behind the scenes video shoots(with a cameo by sister Danni) as well as a wonderful photo slide show that plays along to an instrumental verison of "Turn It Into Love", which, available on her debut disc, was only a big hit in Japan, other than my bedroom. Along came the Ultimate Kylie cd and dvd, which, of course I purchased, but I still find myself going back to this compilation for some classic Kylie. YOU WON'T REGRET IT!!! The remix bonus disc is awesome too, Hi-lights on that disc are the Movers n Shakers mixes of Better the Devil You know and What Do I have to DO..sure , peak time, club floor fillers modernized for today!
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Yeah, we got a taste of Kylie back in the late 80's when she scored three top 40 hits, but after the US failure of "Enjoy Yourself", she stayed overseas where her career was booming. In the UK alone Kylie has scored nearly 30 top 10 hits which is mind boggling and this collection captures most of them *of course with the exception of the hits from "Fever", "Light Years" and "Body Language."*
I'm a big Britney fan, but Britney has nothing on Kylie. She's done many different types of music. From her late 80's and early 90's SAW dance pop and her great cover songs, to her experimental 90's pop and later disco/techno music, she's the princess of pop. "I Should Be So Lucky", "Locomotion" and "Got To Be Certain" started it all and are still some of her best songs. They're poppy and sweet as heck, but some of the best ear candy ever recorded. "Better the Devil You Know" and "Step Back In Time" are classic dance songs and were a hint into things to come. Ballads like "Especially For You", "Tears On My Pillow" and "Say the Word" are beautiful *although Kylie is suited better for the dance music.* Later songs like "Breathe" and "Did It Again" are good, but I enjoy her earlier music better.
For any American Kylie fan that missed out on all of this, this album is an essential! One of the best and most complete collections of pop music you can buy. Yeah, "Fever" was great and got her attention in the states again, but there was a lot more before that. ;)
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