I have loved her since the first time I heard "I Should Be So Lucky" on the radio in the summer of 1988 on a radio station in Columbus, Ohio. Love you, Kylie!
I love Kylie Minogue
|by BB||reply 80||12/13/2017|
Same here, even down to hearing her in a small city in the Midwest. I'm thrilled she's had such an interesting career.
|by BB||reply 1||12/02/2017|
[quote] Love you, Kylie!
Why are there so many straight guys on DL these days?
|by BB||reply 2||12/02/2017|
Straight guys don't even know who Kylie Minogue is. At least in the U.S., R2.
|by BB||reply 3||12/02/2017|
she's as authentic as styrofoam!
|by BB||reply 4||12/02/2017|
Don't forget how it all started. Her sister was the big well-known name down under and got her her first singing gig. She was the tiny, shy one. This video (despite the horrendous vocalizations and hair) show she was the one who possessed effortless star quality.
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Ick! so does my spouse.
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[R5] Surely Kylie was the better known of the two for her role on Neighbours?
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R5, I think it was that understated quality that always drew me to Kyllie. Yeah, she wanted to be a star, but she wasn't obnoxious about it, like Madonna.
|by BB||reply 8||12/02/2017|
R7 Not really. Dannii was a popular child singer and actor from about 8 or 9 years old, and was groomed to be a teen star. Kylie was an adjunct who did some occasional acting, mostly because her parents thought it would be too damaging to her self esteem if she didn't keep up a little.
|by BB||reply 9||12/02/2017|
R9, you obviously know much more about this than I do. I have heard and liked some of Dannii's recordings, bur being from the U.S., I didn't know the backstory. I'm sorry she was the one who passed over. In any event, I'm still Kylie's biggest fan. But not in the Kathy Bates /Misery way.
|by BB||reply 10||12/02/2017|
Kylie assaulted me in 1991.
|by BB||reply 11||12/02/2017|
Not really a diehard Kylie fan though I do really like her work in the 90s. Confide in me is great and her duet with Nick Cave is fantastic.
Coincidentally I'm watching 1986 episodes of Neighbours and I'm still surprised she managed to get so big from the role. The Jason Donovan version of Scott is crap compared to the brooding Darius Perkins version and Charlene whilst a fun character doesn't have the it factor. God I love watching that old cunt Nell Mangle. Nell would have been home on DL.
|by BB||reply 12||12/02/2017|
Vous êtes jamais seuls
Vous savez ce qu'il faut faire
Ne laissez pas tomber votre nation
La disco a besoin de vous!
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|by BB||reply 14||12/02/2017|
I think I like this era of Kylie best. She was around 35, and most of her big successes were behind her already. She sort of found a balance between the edgy sound she wanted and the fluffy Stock Aitken Waterman sound. This track won her only Grammy trophy; for Best Dance.
|by BB||reply 15||12/02/2017|
Is Kylie a lesbian? I always wondered about that. Oddly, as a gay man, all of my female heroes have been lesbians : Joan Jett , Olivia Newton John, Helen Reddy, Debbie Harry (bi, I believe, Anne Murray, Suzi Quatro, Stevie Nicks (always thought she was bi), the wonderful Dusty Springfiield, Whitney Fucking Houston,, et al.
|by BB||reply 16||12/02/2017|
And if Chrissie Hynde isn't a lesbian, she sure fooled me. And God bless her. She got me through being a sad, bullied, gay boy from 1980-1982.
|by BB||reply 17||12/02/2017|
They're have ALWAYS been rumors. I don't think she is, she has a "type" of male she prefers. Brooding, butch, good looking... And a little rugged around the edges. She likes quiet and masculine guys.
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OP here: I dont' know her at all, but Chrissie Hynde and the first three Pretenders albums gave me so much hope. Maybe even prevented something drastic. Love you, Chrissie. Remember seeing you in 1986 when you gave the crowd hell for not getting into Iggy Pop, the opening act.
|by BB||reply 20||12/02/2017|
r16 I always thought Kylie was suspect, though there isn't any real basis for it....
|by BB||reply 21||12/02/2017|
Dannii was successful in her own right, just less so than Kylie.
It was always amusing to see Kylie's peak success occurred in her 30s - she was 31 when Light Years came out and she managed to sustain it until 2005. Arguably, she could have extended her peak if she hadn't got cancer, which is pretty much where it ended.
With that said, All The Lovers could have been a bigger hit if it hadn't been screwed up by Polygram.
|by BB||reply 22||12/02/2017|
Why do gays have such horrible music taste?
|by BB||reply 23||12/02/2017|
I could listen to this playlist for eternity
Your Disco Needs You
Confide In Me
What Do I Have To Do
Better The Devil You Know
Get Outta My Way
Can't Get You Out Of My Head
Kiss Me Once
Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi
Step Back In Time
Put Yourself In My Place
Never Too Late
Love At First Sight
Put Your Hands Up
It's No Secret
Hand On Your Heart
All The Lovers
I Believe In You
I Should Be So Lucky
|by BB||reply 24||12/02/2017|
[quote] Put Yourself In My Place
That's a great forgotten number from her!
|by BB||reply 25||12/02/2017|
R23,"Why do gays have such horrible music taste?": What do you listen to? Taylor Swift? Selena Gomez? Some dumb-ass country bumpkin? Iif you do, that's fine. What's your problem?
|by BB||reply 26||12/02/2017|
I loved TImebomb too, which wasn't a hit. To be honest, I think she's a little too long in the tooth to be getting big pop hits nowadays, like Madonna. Which is shame, but it's what it is.
|by BB||reply 27||12/02/2017|
That full version of PYIMP is the best one where she does the full Barbarella strip. It's her most gorgeous video. Jane Fonda and Ann-Margret were her role models at the time.
|by BB||reply 28||12/02/2017|
As a teen gayling, this was the moment when I really came around to liking her. When she transformed herself from the "girl next door Kylie" to the "sexy vixen Kylie."
|by BB||reply 29||12/02/2017|
[quote]Why do gays have such horrible music taste?
I don't know. I've been gay a long time and am now used to it.
they LOVE screechy gurls.
|by BB||reply 30||12/02/2017|
Honey, THIS is NOT a screechy gurl. And the gays adore her. And for good reason.
|by BB||reply 31||12/02/2017|
George Michael said Kylie only became a babe when she dated INXS' lead singer
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This came out FOURTEEN years ago. There was NOTHING else like this then. Woman was ahead of her time. The vid was choreographed by Mickey Rooney's gay son.
|by BB||reply 33||12/02/2017|
Going all the way back to Jan' 1990 was the first unveiling of sexier Kylie in the video 'Tears on My Pillow', from The Delinquents soundtrack. It's a bog standard SAW sound. She looks a little different, like she did something to her face.
The bland guys the media set her up with then, like Jason Donovan and Charlie Schlatter were the opposite of the ones she was attracted to.
|by BB||reply 34||12/02/2017|
Love this little disco ditty she did with Giorgio Moroder a couple of years back...
|by BB||reply 35||12/02/2017|
Other than Can't Get You Out of My Head . . . it's all pretty "meh." I look at her sorta like Gaga: Just another bargain basement Madonna.
|by BB||reply 36||12/02/2017|
Kylie Minogue's acting debut in soap opera 'The Sullivans'.
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Dannii was incredibly unattractive before she had all her facial features reshaped- eyes, cheekbones, nose, jaw and lips plus pretty big chest implants. She's barely transcended being the overly confident wannabe with a line at Kmart ....except now she has a range with Target Australia. Without starving herself, extensive plastic surgery, famewhoring and bearding for Simon Cowell she really would be nothing. Even when she married Julian Mcmahon, the trashy tabloid she did a deal with for the photos only put her on the cover if Kylie was in the shot. Then she and julian did interviews for the same trash mag when on their honeymoon!!
|by BB||reply 38||12/02/2017|
I think this sums it up.
|by BB||reply 39||12/03/2017|
my favorite 'old school' Kylie song is Turn it into Love, which was only released as a single in Japan
|by BB||reply 40||12/03/2017|
"All The Lovers" (2010)
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She never got over michael hutchence and even when he was still alive (and seriously involved with helena then paula) would often talk about their rship in interviews- how he transformed her life and allowed her to blossom etc. Fuck knows how jason donovan would have felt hearing that as she never says anything nice about him. At least he managed to stay alive and if he did cheat on her (which is highly unlikely), he didn't do it publicly as hutchence was involved with SO MANY women during and at the end of his time with kylie before he took up with helena officially.
She was rumoured to be seriously involved with a woman in sydney for years quite a while ago but her first love will always be herself.
|by BB||reply 42||12/04/2017|
I love "Dangerous Game"
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Kylie's career would have lasted longer if her music had aged along with her. You can't keep putting on gold hotpants and shaking your ass to teeny bopper music when you're in your 50s. It's very Baby Jane Hudson.
|by BB||reply 44||12/04/2017|
Dannii looks really good lately.
|by BB||reply 45||12/04/2017|
LOVE this one of hers
|by BB||reply 46||12/04/2017|
I've loved her since 2001 when I first saw Can't Get You Out of My Head on MTV. All of her SAW/PWL albums were re-issued a couple of years ago by Cherry Red/Cherry Pop in remastered 3 disc (2CD+DVD) deluxe editions.
|by BB||reply 47||12/04/2017|
Here's a tracklisting I made ages ago for a custom 4 disc Greatest Hits featuring all of her singles in chronological order:
Kylie Minogue The Complete Singles Collection (1987-2016)
1. Locomotion 2. I Should Be So Lucky 3. Got To Be Certain 4. The Loco-Motion (7" Version) 5. Je Ne Sais Pas Pourqoui 6. It's No Secret 7. Turn It Into Love 8. Made In Heaven 9. Especially For You 10. Hand On Your Heart 11. Wouldn't Change A Thing 12. Never Too Late 13. Tears On My Pillow 14. Better The Devil You Know 15. Step Back In Time 16. What Do I Have To Do? (7" Mix) 17. Shocked (DNA 7" Mix)
1. Word Is Out 2. If You Were With Me Now 3. Keep On Pumpin' It (Angelic Remix Edit) 4. Give Me Just A Little More Time 5. Finer Feelings (Brothers In Rhythm 7" Mix) 6. What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before) 7. Celebration 8. Confide In Me 9. Put Yourself In My Place (Radio Mix) 10. Where Is The Feeling (BIR Dolphin Mix) 11. Where The Wild Roses Grow 12. German Bold Italic (Video Version) 13. Some Kind of Bliss (Radio Edit) 14. Did It Again (Radio Edit) 15. Breathe (Radio Edit) 16. Cowboy Style (Radio Edit)
1. Spinning Around 2. On A Night Like This 3. Kids (Radio Edit) 4. Please Stay 5. Your Disco Needs You (Casino Radio Mix) 6. Butterfly 7. Can't Get You Out of My Head 8. In Your Eyes 9. Love At First Sight 10. Come Into My World (Single Version) 11. Slow 12. Red Blooded Woman 13. Chocolate (Radio Edit) 14. Secret (Take You Home) 15. I Believe In You 16. Giving You Up
1. 2 Hearts 2. Wow 3. In My Arms 4. All I See 5. The One (Freemasons Edit) 6. All The Lovers 7. Get Outta My Way 8. Better Than Today 9. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) 10. Timebomb 11. Flower 12. Skirt 13. Into The Blue 14. I Was Gonna Cancel 15. Only You 16. 100 Degrees 17. Every Day's Like Christmas 18. At Christmas 19. Wonderful Christmastime
|by BB||reply 48||12/04/2017|
R44, Kylie's fine, she sends her love.
I love her Night Fever cover.
|by BB||reply 49||12/04/2017|
Still fresh in the UK, Kylie is interviewed about her new single, Hand on Your Heart and TV show Neighbours.
|by BB||reply 50||12/04/2017|
I remember voraciously hating Motormouth, as it replaced the superlative No.73 (or 7t3 as it became).
|by BB||reply 51||12/05/2017|
Kylie’s pop always seemed fresh & inventive, but with a cheeky blush of familiar camp.
There was one summer in the UK when radio played ‘Wow’ every other song. And it was lit every time.
|by BB||reply 52||12/05/2017|
I saw Kylie's Christmas show at the Royal Albert Hall last year and it is one of the best shows I've ever seen. She really is a terrific performer. She is pure pop with a touch of camp. And she's made some excellent albums. I love Impossible Princess which is considered her Indie album but it is still classic Kylie. Light Years is a pop treasure and still sounds great today. Body Language has a great '80s R&B vibe to it, very underrated. And I love Aphrodite. Strong production by Stuart Price.
|by BB||reply 53||12/05/2017|
Those Christmas shows looked like such a fun experience, R53.
I think R52 nails it. In concert she manages to be part of sometimes ridiculous, over-the-top camp-fests, while somehow simultaneously remaining genuinely warm and grounded. She straddles that fine line of giving into the excess while slyly winking to us.
|by BB||reply 54||12/05/2017|
Kylie's original, non PWL version of The Locomotion, titled just "Locomotion" was her first Aussie hit. To me this version is better. Her voice is richer. Actually it's far better than any other vocal of hers. And I think under the mix I hear Wendy Matthews voice, especially on the "Yeeeeeaaah -YEAAAHHHH!!...." parts. Wendy was a much in demand Aussie-Canadian session singer who "ghost-tracked" for many popular artists. If a singer had not found "their own voice" Wendy would lay down vocal tracks and the star would sing over them karaoke style. That is how Cher did many of her albums with the original vocal guides were supplied by Wendy.
|by BB||reply 55||12/05/2017|
Holy fuck R55. Never thought I'd hear Wendy Matthews being mentioned on DL. I agree especially when it gets to the 'lot of soul' part. If you listen to Osamu Kitajima 'Willow Pattern' Wendy does sound eerily similar to Kylie on Locomotion in parts.
|by BB||reply 56||12/06/2017|
Wendy let the Cher thing out of the bag many years ago (she probably felt it was safe to let it slip it on Aussie tv ). When you listen to "If I Could Turn Back Time" it's Cher's voice impersonating Wendy. She mentioned supplying voice guides to many other well-known divas of the day and making a fortune out of it. I never really saw anything wrong with it, just comes down how you want to manage your studio time I suppose. But the difference between Kylie's first album (where SAW/PWL kind of left her voice raw and unprocessed to make her sound baby-like) and her demo voice is huge.
|by BB||reply 57||12/06/2017|
I never knew that. Thanks R57. I just listened to If I Could Turn Back Time and now I can't hear anything but Wendy Matthews voice. It's actually quite dominant. Sure Cher has her vocal quirks in there but the majority really sounds like Matthews. She has such a unique and powerful voice. It would also explain why Cher always sounds so different and uses a lot of help like autotune. Not saying she's a bad singer just uses the help that's provided.
Much preferred Locomotion to The Locomotion too. Locomotion was much more mature sounding compared to the really 80s pop 2nd version. Not surprised why the 2nd version took off. It fits the bubbly cutesy girl next door image she was marketed as since Charlene and Neighbours were so popular.
|by BB||reply 58||12/06/2017|
How Kylie got to be so lucky: the sometimes uphill battle of making her a star.
|by BB||reply 59||12/06/2017|
Not a big fan, but enjoyed Can't Get You Out of My Head and a few other tracks.
Can't Get You, in fact, really still sounds fresh and contemporary even today. Hard to believe that song is 15 years old.
Early stuff was not my cup of tea at all, though, and that's as polite as I can be.
|by BB||reply 60||12/06/2017|
We all do.
|by BB||reply 61||12/06/2017|
I also loved when Coldplay did this. So sweet.
|by BB||reply 62||12/06/2017|
This Kylie track is 20 years old now! (And is still great).
|by BB||reply 63||12/06/2017|
I remember seeing queens freaking out over this song as if they'd just done the biggest tina bump ever.
|by BB||reply 64||12/06/2017|
Loved this one too.
|by BB||reply 65||12/06/2017|
Her version of "The Locomotion" ain't shit!
|by BB||reply 66||12/06/2017|
Rupaul and Michelle were discussing madonna (Michelle's idol) on their podcast and Ru said he liked her look but is turned off by her snobby mean girl ness - he compared her attitude to Kylie's which is much more inclusive and friendly in a "let's have fun!" sort of way. After this thread and watching the posted videos (I'm American and only really know Can't Get You Outta My Head and Slow) I have to agree and kinda feel I missed out but I'm enjoying them now. Kylie is adorable
|by BB||reply 67||12/06/2017|
Dannie had a couple of great songs through the 90s, then a couple of really good dance hits in the early 2000s, then seemed to just ive it up. This was one of her better songs.
|by BB||reply 68||12/06/2017|
Dannii's greatest moment:
|by BB||reply 69||12/06/2017|
Speaking of Dannii, this is my absolute favorite Christmas disco sister duet...
|by BB||reply 70||12/06/2017|
Aw. How could you not like her...
|by BB||reply 71||12/07/2017|
Anyone know how Dannii (is that...really the spelling?) & Kylie get along nowadays?
|by BB||reply 72||12/08/2017|
R72, see R70.
|by BB||reply 73||12/08/2017|
R72, such a...1985 way of spelling a name. Very popular way of spelling with an Australian subculture known as bogans
|by BB||reply 74||12/09/2017|
Dannii's second finest moment, after You Won't Forget About Me
|by BB||reply 75||12/09/2017|
A friend of mine used to work at the BBC mostly on entertainment shows for kids. He worked with Kylie several times and described her as a total pro with no attitude. She’d hang out on set between takes and chat with the crew. She’d remember names after one meeting and greet those people with hugs. I’m not really a fan of her music outside of a few songs, but those stories have me a very positive view of her.
|by BB||reply 76||12/09/2017|
Kylie (along with Julian McMahon and Guy Pierce too) has a movie coming out about 70s suburbia. No wonder our parents were buying houses with rumpus rooms back then. They needed us out of their hair so they could bang each other. Awww the good old days.
|by BB||reply 77||12/09/2017|
R77 - ha! That looks hilarious. Kylie's usually so diplomatic, so this was a kinda fun moment...
|by BB||reply 78||12/09/2017|
R74 actually it’s the metal spelling.
|by BB||reply 79||12/10/2017|
Who else could get away with something this delightfully campy?
|by BB||reply 80||12/13/2017|