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Rhythm of Love
Kylie Minogue
Rhythm of Love
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
  •  Track Listings (11) - Disc #1

1993 album for the Aussie dance-pop diva. 11 tracks including the hit single, 'Better the Devil You Know', 'Secrets' and 'Things Can Only Get Better'. Standard jewel case.


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All Artists: Kylie Minogue
Title: Rhythm of Love
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Mushroom Records
Release Date: 1/1/1992
Album Type: Import
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop
Style: Dance Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 9397603221521, 5016919760022, 766486424128, 9399609334021


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1993 album for the Aussie dance-pop diva. 11 tracks including the hit single, 'Better the Devil You Know', 'Secrets' and 'Things Can Only Get Better'. Standard jewel case.

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CuteKylie... meet SexKylie!
Dale E. Hopkins, II | Lakewood, OH USA | 07/03/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"1990 was a watershed year in Kylie Minogue's career. She abandonned the image that was created for her by pop svengalis Stock/Aitken/Waterman and reinvented herself... for the first time! The album opens with the most brilliant track our little budgie ever laid vox on, "Better The Devil You Know". This track, to show its staying power, was recently recorded by Pete Waterman's newest project, Steps. Proceeding into the album even further, one encounters these other jewels- "Step Back In Time"(a tribute to the Philly Soul era of the early-mid 70s), "What Do I Have To Do?" (recently covered by Almighty Recording artist, Kia), and the blissful "Shocked". There is not a single track on this ablum that is not 100% inspired! Additional standout tracks include the non-PWL produced "One Boy Girl (f/Princessa)", "The World Still Turns", "Secrets" and "Things Can Only Get Better"- Which I implore you to check out in its remixed version which can be found on Kylie's Greatest Remixes CDs. This album is the purest of pop and one Kylie's finest hours in her early career. Also check out "Light Years" for her most recent hits!"
It's better the devil you know that Kylie girl!
Daniel J. Hamlow | Narita, Japan | 10/25/2001
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Episode 3 in the continuing story of Kylie Minogue yields Rhythm Of Love, which shows her slowly reaching for new sounds after the boosterStock-Aitken-Waterman produces the majority of Rhythm Of Love, with Minogue getting production help from Stephen Bray (q.v. Madonna) on "Count The Days" and the title track. On Rhythm Of Love, there are subtle steps towards something more substantial.Kylie's still the hitmaker and the opening track, "Better The Devil You Know", which Steps covered on Step One, is bubblegum heaven. The next two songs, "Step Back In Time", which pays tribute to the O'Jays, and "What Do I Have To Do", continue a blitz of uptempo dance beats.The wall of strings pop of "Secrets" and the 80's-Britpop of "Always Find The Time" are sheer delights, and then...From "Shocked" onwards, the sounds drift away from the usual Stock-Aitken-Waterman sound of the first six songs, such as the pop/r&b fusion of "One Boy Girl" in which she trades rap with the Poetess, the subtle inclusion of soul-style keyboards in "Things Can Only Get Better" and "Count The Days", and the Madonnaesque title track.This was the first album of hers that wasn't released over in the U.S., which is rather a shame since they missed a lot. Fortunately, I kept up my search for her until I found this and other albums."
The Kylie Minogue Must Have
Daniel J. Hamlow | 07/09/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Considered by many to be her finest hour, Rhythm of Love moved Kylie out of the bubble gum arena and into that of the full fledged diva. Better The Devil You Know, the opening track, is still considered by fans to be her crowing achievment and it stands the test of time. Other highlights include Step Back In Time (and the word at the beginning is FUNK), What Do I Have to Do and Shocked. Released in 1990 (except in the US) this quartet of songs has become a mainstay of the British and Australian music scene. Also look for Confide in Me released in 1994. File Under: Fun and Fantastic!"