Without dressing up this time, Kylie Minogue was in dance-pop style. DISK and so he decides to stay Voltage, the sixteenth long-distance challenge in a career that now spans four decades. Thirty-five years after his self-titled debut, produced by Stock, Aitken & Waterman, the absolute heroes of European pop, the Australian singer is back on track in every sense with an album that, judging by the cover, pays homage to the band’s dance routines. The turbulent years of Giorgio Moroder. Country pop Gold It’s a distant memory also because it drives these 10 (+3) unreleased songs Padam Padamsong produced by former golden boy Lost Boy (what from Motto by Tiësto e Miracle Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding) which turned out to be one of the biggest, if not the biggest hits of the year, an anthem for the LGBTQ+ community and a piece that fits perfectly alongside the other songs in the setlist for the band’s debut. higher in the game of mirrors between the dance floors of yesterday and today.
Voltagewhich, despite the name, contains only good swings, doesn’t have another hit capable of generating billions of streams, but is still a parade of sound suits between well-made and pre-produced songs by the current production trio, Biff Stannard, Duck Blackwell and John Green, songs that Kylie doesn’t use. he had no problem mastering what he knew. On the album we find many stripped-down versions of disco songs in the EDM style (Hold on now) and Euro-dance with choruses as high as Sparks (Story), but essentially songs that fit too well into the rhythm of the beats and grooves prepared in recent months for the “competition” consisting of Dua Lipa (Things we do for love and especially Green light), Carly Rae Jepsen and, of course, Beyoncé From Renaissance (see title track).
Songs Voltage were born without the idea of an album, recorded in the most spontaneous way between air b’n’b and homemade equipment, and certainly would not have been disfigured at all in the soundtrack Barbie, just as they are just as easily at risk of being confused with their colleagues. To change the situation – often, but not always, look for cheap Vegas High – this is Minogue’s personality.