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Kylie Minogue, one of the top selling female artists in the world, releases the double CD 'Ultimate Kylie', the only comprehensive collection of her greatest hits from 1987 to the present day, The two CD set, the only one ... more »
Kylie Minogue, one of the top selling female artists in the world, releases the double CD 'Ultimate Kylie', the only comprehensive collection of her greatest hits from 1987 to the present day, The two CD set, the only one to feature each of her 31 hit singles, also includes two brand new tracks, including 'I Believe In You', a stunning collaboration with Jake Shears and Babydaddy from the Scissor Sisters. Ultimate Kylie features, 31 International Top 40 Hits, 7 UK No. Singles, 9 Australian #1 Singles, 8 Australian Top 5 Singles, 2 Australian Top 10 Singles, 6 Australian Top 20 Singles and 25 UK Top 10 Singles! Festival. 2004.
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Gen X Music Addict | Minnesota | 07/17/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This 2-disc collection is quite possibly the best compilation of pop music ever put together. It's my favorite pop CD, especially the first disc. I don't know why Kylie didn't make it bigger over here back in the day; she is a Pop Princess if ever there was one. The first disc is my favorite of the two; it consists of the 80s stuff and has some of the catchiest beats of anything I've heard. I especially love: I Should Be So Lucky, What Do I Have to Do, Wouldn't Change a Thing, Hand on Your Heart, Got to Be Certain, and Je Ne Sais Quo. But don't count disc 2 out, no way. It has the more recent stuff Kylie's done as her "comeback" second phase, and it definitely grows on the listener. It is Kylie being more independent, including having a hand in a lot of the writing, and shows she is truly an artist in her own right. I really like Giving You Up on the second disc. This collection shows Kylie has definitely had staying power. Great work, Kylie. Fans of female pop singers must have this collection."