Top Ten Kylie Minogue Songs
Australia's beloved pop queen has released new music recently, and to celebrate we thought we'd countdown the Top Ten Kylie Minogue Songs here on 92.9!
10. Love at First Sight
Fever, 2002 | Charted in AUS: 3
Believe it or not Kylie recorded two songs called 'Love at First Sight'; one was from her debut studio album Kylie in 1988 and the other on Fever in 2001. The latter was much more successful and it peaked at number three on the ARIA Charts, but found even more success in the United Kingdom, where it debuted and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart. In 2003, 'Love at First Sight' was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording, becoming her first Grammy nomination.
9. Better the Devil You Know
Rhythm of Love, 1990 | Charted in AUS: 4
The year was 1990 and Kylie was leaving the TV series Neighbours. This song, 'Better The Devil You Know' was one that reinvented her and gave her a little more sex appeal. The song is supposedly about her leaving Neighbours relationship with her then-boyfriend, INXS frontman and singer Michael Hutchence. The song peaked at number two in the United Kingdom and four in her native Australia.
8. In Your Eyes
Fever, 2002 | Charted in AUS: 1
A massive number 1 hit for Kylie and yet another successful single from her 2001 album Fever. It also reached number three in the United Kingdom, and charted inside the top twenty in Finland, Hungary, Canada, and New Zealand.
7. Come into My World
Fever, 2002 | Charted in AUS: 4
Kylie could have won big this year if it wasn't for Delta Goodrem's debut album Innocent Eyes. At the 2003 ARIA Music Awards, Kylie was nominated for Best Female Artist and "Come into My World" was nominated for Best Pop Release but she lost both awards to Delta Goodrem.
Not to mention that year her sister Dannii Minogue was also nominated for Best Pop Release for her album Neon Nights...maybe just stick to TV eh, Dannii?
6. Kids ft Robbie Williams
Light Years, 2000 | Charted in AUS: 14
Robbie Williams began to write this song for Kylie when she needed new tracks for Light Years, but instead their chemistry gave him other ideas. The song turned into a duet and he also released it on his album and as a single. It was an instant hit when it was released in 2000.
FUN FACT: It also appeared in Grand Theft Auto V on its fictional radio station Non Stop Pop.
5. Confide in Me
Kylie Minogue, 1994 | Charted in AUS: 1
Kylie singing at the Intimate and Live Tour, Sydney, 1998
Confide in Me was written by Kylie's new production and writing team when she left the label PWL. She felt like a puppet for her former producers, Stock, Aitken and Waterman and was glad to move to UK dance label Deconstruction Records in 1993. This charted at number 1 in Australia.
4. On a Night Like This
Light Years, 2000 | Charted in AUS: 1
Commercially, it experienced success in Australia and the United Kingdom, peaking at number one and number two, respectively. This was originally a club hit for Pandora, a Swedish dance singer who recorded it on her 1999 album No Regrets. Kylie covered it and made the song well known.
3. The Loco-motion
Kylie, 1988 | Charted in AUS: 1
This song, originally belonging to Grand Funk Railroad was covered by Kylie Minogue in July 1987 as her debut single, under the title "Locomotion". It came about after a random performance of the song at an AFL Charity event, which lead to the single release before then signing to successful production and writing team Stock, Aitken & Waterman who released a re-recorded version worldwide with the changed title "The Loco-Motion".
2. Spinning Around
Light Years, 2000 | Charted in AUS: 1
Spinning Around was a massive 'comeback' song for Kylie. It featured the famous gold hot pants and a return to her signature musical style. The song was initially meant to be recorded by Abdul for her own album, but was given to Minogue after the plan never came to fruition. It entered the Australian Singles Chart at number one, becoming Minogue's first chart-topper since "Confide in Me" in 1994.
1. Can't Get You Out of My Head
Fever, 2001 | Charted in AUS: 1
An absolutely massive track from an incredibly successful album. 'Can't Get You Out of My Head' was rejected by Sophie Ellis-Bextor and S Club 7 before Kylie made it her own. Just as well becauase it charted at number 1 in Australia, Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Poland, Switzerland and the UK!