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Greatest Hits Extra tracks, Import

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Regular Version Reissue with New Artwork at a Lower Price. Does Not Come with the 50+1 Mix Disc that Was Previously Available as a Bonus.

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. I Should Be So Lucky - Minogue, Kylie
  2. Got To Be Certain - Minogue, Kylie
  3. The Loco-Motion - Minogue, Kylie
  4. Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi - Minogue, Kylie
  5. Especially For You - Minogue, Kylie
  6. Turn It Into Love - Minogue, Kylie
  7. It's No Secret - Minogue, Kylie
  8. Hand On Your Heart - Minogue, Kylie
  9. Wouldn't Change A Thing - Minogue, Kylie
  10. Never Too Late - Minogue, Kylie
  11. Tears On My Pillow - Minogue, Kylie
  12. Better The Devil You Know - Minogue, Kylie
  13. Step back in time - Minogue, Kylie
  14. What do I have to do - Minogue, Kylie
  15. Shocked - Minogue, Kylie
  16. Word is out - Minogue, Kylie
  17. If you were with me now - Minogue, Kylie
  18. Give Me Just A Little More Time - Minogue, Kylie
  19. Finer Feeling - Minogue, Kylie
  20. What Kind Of Fool(Heard That Before) - Minogue, Kylie
  21. Where In The World? - Minogue, Kylie
  22. Celebration - Minogue, Kylie

Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 13, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Extra tracks, Import
  • Label: Mushroom Records
  • ASIN: B00000IB48
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #214,273 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Greatest Hits. Quite a generic title for a hits compilation, no? But despite, it really is some of Kylie Minogue's greatest tunes. Containing all her singles from her PWL period, including her three US top 40 singles from that time - "I Should Be So Lucky", "The Loco-Motion", and "It's No Secret". Her Japanese number one single "Turn It Into Love" is also present, amongst the rest of her UK smash hits. Great pop song after great pop song follow each other, with very few patches in between. The highest point of the album is the killer quartet from her third album "Rhythm Of Love", four catchy and fun dance pop classics - "Better The Devil You Know", "Step Back In Time", "What Do I Have To Do", and "Shocked". Those are some of the strongest of her career with SAW, while some of the other goodies include "Wouldn't Change A Thing", "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi", and "Word Is Out". And as for the patches I mentioned earlier, be aware of dodgy cover versions of "Tears On My Pillow" and "Celebration", and an overly sappy duet with Jason Donovan on "Especially For You". If Madonna is the people's pop queen, this prove's Kylie is the people's pop princess, a collection of hits almost as essential as "The Immaculate Collection" it self.
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Following Let's Get To It, Kylie Minogue released a retrospective of songs comprising her hit-making years with British bubblegum pop machine Stock-Aitken-Waterman on their PWL label. A whole pack of bubblegum? Well, it wouldn't be such a big deal were it not for the fact that Kylie's first six singles debuted at #1 or #2, and her first 11 singles made the Top Five.
Six songs are taken from her debut, hardly surprising, as that album went diamond worldwide (10 mill. copies sold). Her cover of Little Eva's "The Locomotion" spent 7 weeks at #1 in Australia, her home, and darned if her cover outdid that of the original and Jackie and the Raindrops' rendition. The equally infectious "I Should Be So Lucky," simultaneously at #1 in the UK and Australia, broke her worldwide, while I first heard of Kylie via her UK #2 hit "Got To Be Certain." "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi" French for I Don't Know Why, was another UK #2, and "Turn It Into Love" went to #1 in Japan.
From Enjoy Yourself, we have her first hit duet, the ballad "Especially For You," sung with Jason Donovan, which was the UK's first #1 song of 1989, the #1 UK "Hand On Your Heart," classic S-A-W, "Wouldn't Change A Thing," the vivacious "Never Too Late," and her cover of Little Anthony and the Imperials' "Tears On My Pillow."
The singles from Rhythm Of Love continue the formula, especially with "Better The Devil You Know," a song later covered by Welsh group Steps, and with its "I wanna funk, I wanna F-F-F U-N-K" intro and vivacious beat, "Step Back In Time," replete with references to 70's soul titles and even the O'Jays. "Shocked" became Kylie's 13th hit and 13th Top Ten single in the UK.
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Many younger audiences know Kylie as the singer who did "Can't Get You Out of My Head," but the truth is that she was a superstar years before this single. This hits collection has all the singles from her Stock-Aitken-Waterman years. Frothy, perfect pop that goes down easy. "I Should Be So Lucky," "Got to Be Certain," "Hand on Your Heart," "The Better the Devil You Know," and "What Kind of Fool" are slices of such well-crafted pop, despite the many critical blows S/A/W took in their heyday. This CD shot to No. 1 in the UK charts, and it's easy to see why. Celine may have the better voice, and Madonna may have more hits, but when it comes to down-to-earth charm, you can't beat Kylie. A diva with none of the divatude.
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In 1980's Britain, the most successful pop record producers were the team of Stock, Aitken and Waterman. Many of their singers faded from popularity as quickly as they emerged, leaving a legacy of doubtful importance. A rose above the rest but the star that shone the brightest was Kylie. This is the definitive compilation of Kylie's music from that period, notably including her UK chart-topping duet with Jason Donovan, Especially for you, which originally appeared on one of his albums but did not appear on any of Kylie's original albums.

Nobody who was around in Britain in the late eighties will ever forget the chorus line of her first hit (one of several British number one records) - I should be so lucky, lucky, lucky, lucky - it's the kind of song you either love or hate. Many hate it, and I sometimes feel I ought to - but no, I love it. There was always something about Kylie, even then, that set her apart as something special.

Most of these songs were written and/or produced by Stock, Aitken and Waterman. There are a few covers and it was two of these - Locomotion (the Little Eva sixties classic) and Tears on my pillow (the Little Anthony fifties classic) - that aroused my interest in Kylie's music. They are both brilliant - indeed, Locomotion provided Kylie with her only huge American hit during this period. As to Tears on my pillow, I've heard several versions. Kylie should be proud of her cover, which gave her another huge hit. Give me just a little more time (Chairmen of the board) and Celebration (Kool and the gang) provide further evidence of Kylie's ability to revive oldies and take them high up the charts.
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