Kylie - Body Language FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Pop music
Title: Body Language
Style: House, Electro, Synth-pop, Europop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1362 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1385 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1152 mb
Other Formats: AUD AAC ASF VOX AU FLAC RA
Sony Music Entertainment Limited. Festival Mushroom Records.
Parlophone, Parlophone. EKPC-1084, 58 4 1. Kylie. 58 4 1. Kylie Minogue.
Artist: Kylie Minogue. Genre: Pop. Released: 2003. Artist: The Black Keys. Genre: Alternative rock. Quality: 320Kbps, Lossless.
Following the massive commercial success of her eighth studio album Fever (2001), Minogue enlisted a diverse group of writers and producers to aid in creating a new album, including Cathy Dennis, Dan Carey, Emiliana Torrini, Johnny Douglas, and Kurtis Mantronik among others.
Sure it's still simple dance-pop, but this time she (and a team of producers and writers - including Kurtis Mantronik - it must be said) has put together an album that works as a piece. It's stylish without being smarmy, retro without being ironic, and its energy never gets annoying. In other words: a near perfect pop record. Instead of opting for more of the light dance- and disco-pop of the last two releases, Kylie has sought to expand her horizons
2003 album by Kylie Minogue. It was recorded during the summer of 2003 in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Spain, and released on 20 November 2003 by Parlophone. The album contains three official singles, "Slow", "Red Blooded Woman" and "Chocolate".
Her 1994 album Kylie Minogue aimed to reinvent her as a credible performer, distancing herself from her earlier work. Her most personal and experimental album to date Impossible Princess was released in 1997. It is noted for its collaborations with Manic Street Preachers, and for all lyrics being written by herself. In 2005, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, forcing her to postpone all recording commitments. In 2007, she resumed her career with the release of her tenth album X. In 2010, she released her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite. In 2012, to celebrate her twenty-fifth year in the music industry, she released her third major greatest hits album The Best of Kylie Minogue and the orchestral album The Abbey Road Sessions.
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Mixed By – Mr. DanProducer – SunnyroadsWritten-By – Dan Carey, Emiliana Torrini, Kylie Minogue
Mixed By – Baby AshProducer – Baby AshWritten-By – Alexis Strum, Ash Thomas
|3||Secret (Take You Home)
Mixed By – Steve FitzmauriceProducer – Rez*Written-By – Hugh Clarke, Lisa Greene, Niomi Mclean-Daley, Paul George, Reza Safinia
Mixed By – Steve FitzmauriceProducer – Kurtis MantronikWritten-By – David Billing, K. Khaleel*
Mixed By – Baby Ash
|6||Red Blooded Woman||4:21|
|9||I Feel For You||4:19|
Written-By – Kylie Minogue
NotesDisc made by Helicon, Israel.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (String): 724359564524
- Barcode (Text): 7243 595645 2 4
|7243 595758 2 7, 5957582||Kylie*||Body Language (CD, Album, Copy Prot.)||Parlophone, Parlophone||7243 595758 2 7, 5957582||Europe||2003|
|EKPC-1084, 7243 595758 4 1||Kylie*||Body Language (Cass, Album)||Parlophone, Parlophone||EKPC-1084, 7243 595758 4 1||South Korea||2003|
|7243 595758 2 7||Kylie*||Body Language (CD, Album, Copy Prot., Ltd)||Parlophone||7243 595758 2 7||Hong Kong||2003|
|GDCA 658 A3003-2 (L)||Kylie*||Body Language (CD, Album)||Parlophone||GDCA 658 A3003-2 (L)||China||2003|
|FA-20244||Kylie Minogue||Body Language (HDCD, Album, Comp, P/Mixed, Unofficial)||Universal Music||FA-20244||China||2003|