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Yet another bubblegum pop album by Kylie. It's good to see that she's sticking to something she's more comfortable and good at. I must admit there's a slight 80's electro edge to her album but a change not as drastic as Ms Spears'. The songs are fun and bubbly and are catchy which makes the overall album a good buy. There are a few tracks that stray from the general sound and each has their own feel (whether you like them or not). 1. 2 Hearts - 8/10. A different sound to most album tracks but all the same catchy. 80's Glam rock sound. 2. Like a drug 9.5/10. Great dance electro sound. Very catchy and fun to sing to. Would be a great single track to dance to out clubbing. 3. In my arms 9.5/10. As above. Very fun to sing and dance to. Beautiful lyrics to match. 4. Speakerphone 7/10. Not a strong song. Same electro sound but not as upbeat. Nice lyrics. 5. Sensitized. 9/10. Typical kylie. Sounds like a song from her earlier album "Impossible Princess". It has a similar start to the eastern sound of "Homecoming's" Temple Prequel. 6. Heartbeat rock. 6/10. Ok. Fun lyrics but the tempo and sound does not match. A bit of a "start-stop" sound. 7. The One. 9/10. Another typical kylie song. Beautiful lyrics with a song to match. 8. No More Rain. 9/10. Beautiful song. Deep and meaningful lyrics partly written by kylie herself. still fun and up-tempo. 9. All I See. 6/10. Ok song. A little R&B sound not one of Kylie's strong points. Reminds me of the early Holly Valance album. Verses are boring and "story telling". 10. Stars. 9.5/10. Great song. Fun lyrics and great dance beat. 11. Wow. 9.5/10. Happy song. Very happy happy song. Has a Daft Punk sound to it. 12. Nu-di-ty. 3/10. What was she thinking???? Sounds like it should have been on the impossible princess album! Weak lyrics and odd sound. It doesn't work for me. 13. Cosmic. 4/10. Weak song. I'm sorry to say but kylie helped write this song and it's about all the things that she wanted to do. It doesn't sound like a strong sound, though I know she's got the ability!!! Where's White Diamond??? Overall. You'll like it if you liked: Britney - blackout Scissor Sisters - Ta-Dah!


Well its another album that people are going to love or hate. I loves it. The rush of Like A Drug, the sexy feel of In My Arms. The electric tone of Speakerphone.Well done Kylie you deserve this album. Personal i feel this is the best album she has ever produced. Like a fine wine Kylie just gets better with age. xoxo


Wow, it's hard to review this album because each track is in a league of it's own. The entire album covers a wide range of genres! From fun-pop to grinding-electro, glam rock to even a touch of RnB. It's like a journey, going through Kylie's diverse career, incorporating the many styles she created in her past work. In my opinion, I do not dislike a song on this album at all. There are no tracks I need to skip. The tracks are also in perfect order. 2 Hearts is the killer opener and Cosmic is an amazing finish (excluding the bonus tracks - which are just as good). Not since Impossible Princess have I liked EVERY track on an album of Kylie's. I highly recommend this album to anyone. 5 Stars.


Born: 28 May 1968 in Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

On the one hand, in the pop music arena, worldbeaters such as Kylie Minogue are few and far between. Singers and performers of her stature and popularity rarely maintain their power for as long as she has. Her streaks of number one singles in both Australia and the U.K. are nearly insurmountable. And yet, on the other hand, her inability to really crack open the American pop market over the course of her career is a story that is heard all too often from groups hailing from nations as pop powerful...
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