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Vinyl, 6 November 2020
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- Product Dimensions : 0.5 x 31.3 x 31.5 cm; 268 Grams
- Manufacturer : X6SEF
- Original Release Date : 2020
- Label : X6SEF
- ASIN : B08CWM8RF8
- Number of discs : 1
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‘DISCO’ is the first new album since Kylie’s 2018 album ‘Golden’, which hit number 1 in both the UK and Australia. Collectively, Kylie’s singles have spent over 300 weeks in the Official UK Singles Chart Top 40 and she has sold more than 80 million albums worldwide. Kylie has multiple awards and accolades to her name, including 3 BRIT Awards, 2 MTV Music Awards and a Grammy. Her 2019 Glastonbury performance was the most-watched TV moment in the festival’s history.
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My fave song on the album - Say something. The lead single took a while to grow on me. But it has everything. Sounds amazing and the way the production uses each element of the song at the end to create this euphoric outro is amazing. Was hoping for more of these grown up songs. But alas this stands alone.
Celebrate me. The final track on the album. OUTSTANDING!
Magic - The 2nd single lifted from the album. A proper earworm. So used to the single/video edit. The album version has extended verses which take a bit of getting used to. But it's still a disco infused bop.
Dancefloor darling. Most of the songs on this album are "Magic" recycled. DFD brings a much needed change of pace to the album. A slower 80s disco vibe. Kylie does this well. I could very well see an 80's inspired album.
Where does the DJ go. (go go) Has really grown on me. The fun song that this album needed. It's not as strong as the Kylie disco classics "Your disco needs you" or "100 degrees" but it's tries. We are really missing that big disco belter from this album.
Supernova is another song which has grown on me. Best played loud.
This album whist upbeat and happy, is lacking any variety. Most of the songs sound the same. There are better Kylie albums out there, but I'm sure this will grow on me.
Disco will tie me over until next month when Kylie Christmas will be dusted off and played non stop during December.
And I AM rooting for KM to bag another number one album, making her the first to score #1's across the 80's 90's 00's 2010's & fingers crossed 2020's