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Kim's latest installment

At last, Kim Wildes latest album makes it onto UK ITunes. I was sceptical to hear Kim had done a covers album when it was announced earlier in the year but there are some brilliant songs on here. To France is Deffo my favourite (also being released as a Xmas single in German ITunes only. Come on we want it too!!!). Kooks includes Kim's husband Hal. It's a brilliant song. He sounds very Bowie on it. Over all worth a purchase. Don't forget to check out Come Out and Play which has also appeared on UK ITunes today too

At last

Finally Kim's latest recordings get a Uk Release, shame there's no physical Cd. Criminal that her last 3 albums failed to get a uk label behind her to release them. Some cracking covers here - and the odd duff one-, Kim seems to be making her best music ever lately


To celebrate her 30th year in the music industry and her 50th year on Earth, Kim releases this album of covers of her favourite defining songs throughout her life.

Production is great, her voice sounds so good and it really rocks.

The best tracks - Remember Me, Ever Fallen In Love, To France, Just What I Needed
Not so good - It's Alright, A Little Respect


Born: 18 November 1960 in Chiswick, London, England

Genre: Pop

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

The daughter of '50s British pop singer Marty Wilde, Kim Wilde had several pop hits during the '80s. Initially, her synth-driven pop fit in with the new wave movement, but as the decade progressed, it became clear that her strength was mainstream pop. In 1980, Kim Wilde signed with producer Mickie Most's Rak Records, releasing her first single, "Kids in America," early in 1981. "Kids in America" climbed to number two on the British charts that spring, while her second single, "Chequered Love," made...
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