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Kylie Import

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  • Audio CD (April 9 1996)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Sony
  • ASIN: B00004S8X5
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews
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The album that started it all for the former Australian soap opera star. The production team of Stock, Aitken & Waterman got hold of her and thus began the gush of hits. The biggest are represented here with her cover of 'The Locomotion' and 'I Should Be So Lucky'.


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Format: Audio CD
Kylie Minogue's first album starts with two classics: "I Should Be So Lucky" and one of the greatest dance songs ever "Loco-Motion". These tracks are certainly the most well known tracks Kylie has made in 80's. The next three tracks "Je Ne Sais Pas Porquoi" (I Don't Know Why in English), "It's No Secret", "Got to Be Certain" are also been released as a video tracks...they all also tell about relationships..."Je Ne..." is a ballad and "It's No Secret" is rather a sad song than a peaceful one. "Got to Be Certain" is almost like "...Lucky", because it is very happy musically...but lyrically it is quite sad. The girl's heart has been broken and she wants to be sure before she goes further with his new boyfriend.
"Turn It Into Love" is great track! It is happy song! And it has also performanced in many live gigs. Many think it is as good as "Loco-Motion" and "...Lucky". "I Miss You" is too simpel track in my opinion, so I can't say much about it. "I'll Still Be Loving You" is a peaceful ballad. Very touching one! "Look My Way" is quite a happy song! It has good rhythm. "Love at First Sight" is not as good as "Love at First Sight" in "Fever" album...so it is not the same song although the title is the same...this one has the lyrics: "Yes I believe in the love at first sight...". This isn't bad either.
This is a must for Kylie fans and all those who like 80's pop music (Kim Wilde etc.). If you have the best of 1987-97 and "Turn It Into Love", you won't necessarily need this album. "Turn It Into Love" can been found for example in the DVD "Live in Sydney".
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Format: Audio CD
Kylie Minogue first hit it big in her home country of Australia before breaking through to the UK, and is still going strong. Sadly, she was criminally not recognized or received in the same manner in this country. This, her 1988 album entitled Kylie, is where the saga begins.
Her debut was entirely written, produced, and arranged by Stock-Aitken-Waterman, the prime purveyors of bubblegum pop in the late 1980's. Kylie stands now as the classic epitome of the S-A-W sound.
The album bursts into overdrive instantly with the first two singles, "I Should Be So Lucky" and "The Loco-Motion", yes, the Little Eva song written by the famous songwriting duo of Carole King and Gerry Goffin. This version stayed on the top of the Aussie charts for 7 weeks straight. Personally, it should have gone for 12 weeks, but oh well.
"Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi", qui est francais pour "I don't know why", is a mid-paced single that provides a good beat. So is "It's No Secret". Then comes "Got To Be Certain", the third overdrive single on this album. I've always had trouble deciding which is my favorite single on here: this, "I Should Be So Lucky", "The Loco-Motion", or "Love At First Sight". More often than not, it ends up as a four-way tie.
As it turned out, the first six songs became singles, so that's three-fifths of the album right there. "Turn It Into Love" is yet another overdrive single and "I Miss You", the first non-single on the album, has a nice horn section mixed in with the S-A-W wall of synthesizer keyboards.
All ten songs on the entire album is an instant dance-party album, and not a filler among them.
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This is the debut album from Kylie Minogue. Although it barely went gold in the US, it racked up multiplatinum sales in the UK, where it was one of the biggest selling albums of 1988. Minogue dropped her acting gig from the Aussie soap "Neighbours" to launch a career with producers Stock Aitken Waterman, and the result is a debut album full of innocent, simple, well-crafted pop. If you're looking for an album of social commentary or deep lyrical content, go somewhere else. "I Should Be So Lucky" and "Got to Be Certain" are singles that have strong hooks, memorable choruses, and are undeniably catchy. While the rest of the album shines with gems such as "Turn it to Love," and "It's No Secret," Minogue's sole cringeworthy moment is her terrible cover of "The Locomotion," which sounds even cheesier by today's standards. But no matter. This debut album is great for those who want fun, bright dance pop.
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It really stinks that the original US edition of this album is out of print, especially with Kylie's recent resurgance of popularity stateside.
But anyways, this is the album that started it all for the international pop goddess. Long before Britney dazzled us, there was Kylie. Although this received modest success in the US back in the late-80's this album set records overseas and was a phenomenon. With the help of pop producers SAW *who made huge hits for Rick Astley and Bananarama* Kylie danced her way on to the pop charts. "The Locomotion" was the big US hit hitting #3 on the pop charts. My favorite track has to "I Should Be So Lucky" which was a top 40 hit in the states but a huge #1 single in the UK. The catchy pop ditty "It's No Secret" was her third Us top 40 hit. "Got To Be Certain" is also outstanding as "Turn it Into love" and "I don't Know Why" *the french track.* I also very much enjoy "Love At First sight" which is the closing track. *Kylie would later do a song by the same title for "Fever" and have a huge top 40 hit with it in the US.*
This may be corny but is a great and fun representation of 80's pop and a must for Kylie fans. I love her later works such as "Fever" and "Light Years", but this still stands out.
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