Sunday, September 5, 2010

Album Review - Kylie Minoque's Aphrodite

After more than 20 years at the top of the music scene, Kylie Minogue shows no sign of slowing down. And why should she? With the new album, Aphrodite, her 11th to date, features her signature dance tunes capable of matching any from Lady Gaga or Katy Perry.

For this album, Kylie worked with top notch producers such as Stuart Price, Calvin Harris and Nervo and the result is spectacular. The first single, All the Lovers, a definite hit on the club floors, is a sweet, fizzy pop tunes much similar to her previous hits. Others that will bring out your dancing shoes are the party piece Put Your Hands Up, Get out of the Way, and the disco inspired piece, Too Much. For this album, she also includes several more mellow numbers namely Everything is Beautiful, a real gem of a piece that explores her own phsyche after her battle with breast cancer.

I have been a fan of Kylie's since the days of the first hit, I should be so lucky, all those years ago (kinda gives away my age here) and she does not dissapoint me at all with this album. Her seamless transition from pop princess to matured diva definitely ensures her place in the music world for years to come.

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