Includes a behind the scenes documentary; the music videos for Slow, Red Blooded Woman and Chocolate; PC Rom extras and multi-angle screen visuals for Slow and Chocolate. Picture format: 16:9 & 4:3 Audio: . DTS Surround Sound . Dolby Digital Surround Sound & Stereo Subtitles on documentary: English, Spanish, Mandarin & Brazilian Portuguese Disc format: DVD-9 Approx total running time: 110mins.
The albums discography of Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, consists of fourteen studio albums, twelve compilation albums, six live albums, ten extended plays, eleven remix albums and two box sets. Minogue's music career began as a result of her popularity as an actress in Neighbours, an Australian soap opera. She based herself in the United Kingdom after signing with PWL, and recorded her debut album Kylie with songwriting and record producers Stock, Aitken & Waterman.
Hammersmith Apollo, London. Doing the Bardot - Kylie Minogue at the Hammersmith Apollo. Because it is accepted that Kylie Minogue makes the charts a brighter place, she enjoys exceptional critical leeway. Rarely taken to task over her voice (nothing a cigar habit and a couple of extra stone couldn't beef up) or her music (unexceptional apart from the singles), she embodies the concept of getting away with it. In the spirit of giving something back, her live performances are always fantastic: Cameron Mackintosh couldn't stage a show with greater entertainment value than Kylie in full Persian-kitten pomp
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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.