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Disco de Kylie Minogue - Fever

Disco de Kylie Minogue - Fever (Anverso)
Información del disco :
Título: Fever
Precio aprox.:$46.98 (USD)
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Tipo:Audio CD
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Sello Discográfico:Toshiba EMI Japan
UPC:766487896825
Valoración de Usuarios :
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Contenido :
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9 Dancefloor
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12 Good Like That (Bonus Track)
13 Baby (Bonus Track)
14 Burning Up
Análisis - Product Description :
Another Renaissance Album after a Series of Mis-starts, She Finally Has Landed on a Label that Truly Loves Her. Spurred on by Duets with the Pet Shop Boys (On their 'nightlife' Album), She Stepped Quietly Back Into the Spotlight. Now, it is Focused Brightly on Her. The First Single 'can't Get You Out of My Head' Elicited Raves as her Best Yet and Every One after that Has Capitolized (Sic) on that Success. This Edition Includes Two Bonus Tracks : 'good Like That', and 'baby'!
(Chanhassen, MN USA)
2 personas de un total de 2 encontraron útil la siguiente opinión:
- this album deserves 10 stars!

This is the best Kylie album yet! I didn't think she could top her last album Light Years but boy was I wrong!!! This albums full of infectious dane pop tunes which'll make you run a "fever"!!! I'd recommend this to anybody! Even my friend who listens to MXPX & Tool likes this album! The best songs on here are Burning Up, In Your Eyes, Fever & Give It To Me! Buy this CD or you'll make me (angry).

(Minnesota)
1 personas de un total de 1 encontraron útil la siguiente opinión:
- Good Like That

I agree with maxdew1, this is by far, the BEST version of this CD on the market! With nearly 4 different version out there (AUS, UK, JAPAN, and US) The two bonus tracks "Good Like That" and "Baby" are well worth the extra money - also having the lyrics is a very nice bonus.

Apparently, the US version, which is to be released in early 2002 will only have 12 songs and a different cover...I suggest you get this one now!

(Hazelton, CO United States)
1 personas de un total de 1 encontraron útil la siguiente opinión:
- More, more, more!!!

This is by far the best version of Kylie's "Fever" disc. The bonus track "Good like that" is worth the cost of buying this way too expensive Japanese version alone. Just like someone else here said, this is obviously the follow up to Kylie's successful "Light Years" disc. Even though it isnt as good, it is still rather enjoyable. The best tracks being the current worldwide and US radio hit "Cant get you out of my head", and future classics like "Good like that", "Burning up" and "Come into my world" make it all worth the while. And in case you wondering, the rumours are TRUE. This version includes lyrics!

(Southern Calif.)
- This "Fever" IS The Cure!!!!

If there were ever a question such as "Why is Kylie the Queen of Pop and Dance Music," here is your answer. "Fever" sets the platinum standard for these genres with its flawless combination of Kylie's sultry, smooth and breathtaking vocal flair combined with masterful songwriting collaboration with Cathy Dennis, Rob Davis, Richard Stannard and Julian Gallagher (to name but a few). This set is a deejay's best friend. Kylie has the knack for turning up the heat with stunning results.

Prime examples of Kylie's genius and talent break forward on tracks such as "Fever," "In Your Eyes" and "Dancefloor" (sultry and purely alluring with dance syncopation that gets to your soul). "Love At First Sight" is yet another diamond in this set with its pure EuroDance flair and, as always, smooth polish of Kylie's spunk and verve. What's more, as a perfect pairing, "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" and "Come Into My World" both define the club anthem attitude and sound.

As "Light Years" set the stage for Kylie's continued reign into the 21st century as the pop and dance music queen, "Fever" proves that Kylie retains that title.

"Highlights include "Fragile", "Give It To Me" and "Love Affair"

(SyracuseNY)
1 personas de un total de 3 encontraron útil la siguiente opinión:
- Great But Not Greatness

One listen and you're aware that this is the obvious follow-up to Minogue's remarkable 'Light Years'. Stylistically harder, darker, a few years past the Sixties retro and disco camp of it's predecessor, 'Fever' still (and rather smartly) keeps the dancefloor in mind through every track. Not a single song dares to experiment--as 'Light Years' forgettably did--with ballad territory. As Kylie plucked the best moments from her past to re-seed her future it was discovered that moments like "Tears On My Pillow", "If You Were With Me Now" and "Heaven And Earth" were best left behind. Even this album's tender spots ("Your Love" and "Fragile"--not another re-make of the Sting highlight) are propelled onward with a steady if more delicate beat. And it's the beat that drives this entire album, which is also the reason why 'Fever' is still a clever effort if not quite as remarkable. Being a bit too beat repetitive is this album's only actual flaw, although a rather substantial one over the course of its 14 tracks. Easily so engaging simply for it's ability to offer club-wise hack that's smarter, melodic, and quite unique compared to any of the more popular current club cliches happening right now; this album does demonstrates how few club music producers and artists are capable of making music that's listenable (tolerable, even) off the dance floor. In fact, this entire album is a shining lesson of how to construct club-informed pop music without having to pander to unimaginative formula. Offering vocals, songwriting and production assistance on three tracks ("Come Into My World", "Can't Get You Out Of My Head", & "Dancefloor") is Cathy Dennis, a dancefloor luminary who's taken too much time away from projects of her own. Her contributions here are standouts, as is the mentioned "Fragile". The album's first single, the Dennis co-written and produced "Can't Get You Out Of My Head"--along with the title track--sounds deliberately custom made for American heavy rotation. And why not? Not as diverse as 'Light Years', 'Fever' still offers a promising glimpse into the future of an artist who many thought didn't have one. Just as this one gets off to it's start I'm already curious where Kylie's headed next...

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