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Fever is the eighth studio album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue, released on 1 October 2001 in Australia and the United Kingdom by Parlophone. The album was later released in the United States on 26 February 2002 and was Kylie's first album release in the region since her second studio album Enjoy Yourself (1989)
Redirected from Dancefloor (Kylie Minogue song)). Fever is the eighth studio album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue, released on 1 October 2001 internationally by Parlophone.
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Album · 2001 · 13 Songs. While the elastic earworm Can’t Get You Out of My Head remains a master class in diva-level confidence, Fever is a filler-free arsenal of percolating disco and dance pop. Driven by lean, pulsing production and the Australian actress/singer’s breathy vulnerability, songs like In Your Eyes are bubblegum gems of both the romantic and aerobic variety. Meanwhile, Love at First Sight and Dancefloor double as ticklish devotionals to music itself. Every track is a heat-seeking summons to the club, the bedroom, or both.
Fever (оригинал Kylie Minogue). What you do when fever takes hold. Что ты делаешь, когда тебя лихорадит? I can't help but need this drug. Я ничего не могу поделать, мне нужно лекарство, Don't you feel the fever like I do? Ты чувствуешь такой жар как и я? Feel the fever. Почувствуй эту лихорадку. I am ready for the news so tell me straight.
Many are lucky enough to have a hit album, much less two or three. What usually takes a one-hit wonder from the singles charts to career diva lies less in catchy hooks than in a combination of talent and the choice of collaborators. Obviously, the master of this technique is Madonna, whose talent and eye for talent in others has made her not only a worldwide pop sensation, but a worldwide icon. Arguably, running a close second is Kylie Minogue.
been Kylie Minogue's primary motivation behind Fever, her ninth album overall, but it's probably going to be the subject of the most of the press she gets in the . xA0 In fact, this is hardly her "comeback," since during the time she last made the Top 10 here, she was the most popular female pop singer in Europe. Fever continues in this vein, adding a touch of adult-contemporary soft-groove in amongst the dancefloor escapades. vvMinogue brought in former dance-pop star Cathy Dennis to collaborate this time around, resulting in three songs: "Can't Get You Out of My Head," "Come Into My World" and "Dancefloor. xA0 The first song launched Minogue back into relevance.
Fever is the eighth studio album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. It was released on 1 October 2001 by Parlophone. Minogue began work on the album in 2001, working with famous songwriters and producers like Cathy Dennis, Rob Davis, and Tom Nichols, moving into a "sexier" and "groovier" form of dance music.