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All Music Guide - Chris True
Kylie Minogue's story of success may seem a bit odd to those who weren't aware of her dominance over the pop charts in Europe, Asia, and Australia during the '90s. To most stateside listeners, she was a strange anomaly. She appeared for a moment in the late '80s with a ditzy cover of "The Loco-Motion," and then 15 years later returned as a stylish Euro-babe with "Can't Get You Out of My Head." Also during this time, Minogue pretty much turned a blind eye to America, going through career ups and downs without even bothering to release any of her material in the U.S. It's a shame, really, because while many wrote her off for her 1987 cutesiness, she spent the '90s maturing and developing new ideas that would allow her to become the closest thing to Madonna that Australia -- or even Europe for that matter -- could come up with. Enter this collection, released in 2003, which finally puts together a valid and well-represented yet oddly out of chronological order anthology of what Americans were missing. All the singles are here, from the first album up to and including her "difficult" last record for deconstruction, Impossible Princess. As an extra bonus, the second CD is loaded with new and rare remixes that are certainly worth having. For those who were surprised by her sudden reappearance, this will fill in the picture quite nicely, and for those who just couldn't get enough of Minogue upon hearing her for the first time in 2002, Greatest Hits 87-97 will surely satisfy.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/21/2003
  • Label: Arista
  • UPC: 828765396721
  • Catalog Number: 53967

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Kylie Minogue Primary Artist, Background Vocals
Lance Ellington Background Vocals
Mae McKenna Background Vocals
Matt Aitken Guitar, Keyboards
Gary Barnacle Saxophone, Group Member
Greg Bone Guitar
Livingstone Brown Bass Guitar
Ian Curnow Drums, Keyboards
George DeAngelis Keyboards
Julian Gingell Keyboards
Tee Green Background Vocals
Phil Harding Bass
Carol Kenyon Background Vocals
Dee Lewis Background Vocals
A. Linn Drums
Gary Miller Keyboards
Leroy Osbourne Background Vocals
Suzanne Rhatigan Background Vocals
Steve Sidelnyk Percussion, Drums
Mike Stock Bass, Keyboards, Background Vocals
Miriam Stockley Background Vocals
Linda Taylor Background Vocals
John Thirkell Trumpet, Group Member
Robert Ahwai Guitar
Andy Lewis Drums
Mick Wilson Background Vocals
Paul Wareman Group Member
Sean Culley Keyboards
Mark Hadfield Group Member
Neil Palmer Keyboards
Steve Anderson Guitar, Keyboards, Hammond Organ
Technical Credits
Yo-Yo Engineer
Carole King Composer
Kylie Minogue Composer, Engineer
James "J.T." Taylor Composer
Deodato Composer
Keith Washington Composer
Gerry Goffin Composer
Dave Ball Composer
Brothers in Rhythm Arranger, Producer, Remixing
Matt Aitken Arranger, Composer, Producer
Ronald Bell Composer
George "Funky" Brown Composer
Ian Curnow Arranger, Producer, Remixing
Peter Day Engineer
Doug DeAngelis Engineer
Ronald Dunbar Composer
Peter Hammond Arranger
Phil Harding Arranger, Producer, Engineer, Remixing
Jimmy Harry Arranger, Composer, Producer
Karen Hewitt Engineer
Tony King Remixing
Al Lewis Composer
Richard Lowe Engineer
Mark McGuire Engineer
Robert "Spike" Mickens Composer
Paul Riser String Arrangements
Dave Seaman Composer
Charles Smith Composer
Stock, Aitken & Waterman Composer
Mike Stock Arranger, Composer, Producer
Dennis "D.T." Thomas Composer
Earl Toon Composer
Ingo Vauk Composer, Producer, Instrumentation
Paul Waterman Producer
Pete Waterman Composer
Georgy Dennis Engineer
Will Malone String Arrangements
Paul Wright III Engineer
Lee Monteverde Remixing
Nigel Goodall Liner Notes, Discographical Annotation, Engineering
Sylvester Bradford Composer
Edyth Wayne Composer
Alan Bremner Engineer
Terry Ronald Vocal Arrangements
Work in Progress Producer, Remixing
Sunny Lizic Engineer
Dave "Taif" Ball Producer, Instrumentation
Scott Aitken Composer
Richard Dowling Mastering
Peter Waterman Composer
Steve Anderson Composer, drum programming
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Kylie Minogue - Greatest Hits 87 - 92

    This should really be called 'Greatest Hits 87 - 98' because the bonus disc features 'Confide In Me (Radio Edit)'& 'Put Yourself In My Place (Radio Mix)' from the album 'Kylie Minogue' released in 1994 [NOTE they then skipped over 'Where Is The Feeling?, 'Where The Wild Roses Grow' 'GBI' and 'Some Kind Of Bliss']. Then there's 'Did It Again (Single Version)' and 'Breathe (Radio Edit)' from the album Impossible Princess released in 1997. Then of course they skipped 'Cowboy Style' but that was an Austrailan only release, but considering that this is the US version, as well as the European version, that's acceptable. But Disc 1 only skipped 3 singles. One being 'Keep On Pumpin It' which was released by the Visionmasters & Tony King featuring Kylie, but it was released under the name 'Angel K', it didn't do too well. So that's acceptable. Then, here's what I don't get, both 'It's No Secret' which was a Top 40 hit in the US and Japan and 'Turn It Into Love' which was a Japan #1 where not included, but instead 'Say The Word - I'll Be There' and 'Where In The World', both non-singles, were included. But this is 10x better than the original version released in 1992. This at least features 'Made In Heaven' as well as the correct single versions of 'What Do I Have To Do' and 'The Loco-Motion' were included. Overall it's a great CD. Just disagree with the title and some, well most, of the tracklist. BUY THIS DISC! YOU WON'T BE SORRY!!!

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