Body Language CD Review
Kylie Minogue has a new CD, Body Language, her follow-up to the popular Fever. So is Kylie Minogue's Body Language worth listening to?
Kylie Minogue: Good Body LanguageAussie Kylie Minogue's new album, Body Language, has a very similar feel and style as her last album, Fever. If you were in love with Can't Get You Out of my Head, then you'll be in love with songs like Sweet Music, Still Standing and Secret (Take you Home). There is no denying Kylie Minogue can do dance pop tunes like no one else. Body Language has a very Britney-esque feel to it. This is the album Britney would have made, if she could sing as well as Kylie. The song Slow seriously kicks butt and you'd have to be dead not to move your feet while listening to it.
Kylie Minogue: Bad Body LanguageWhether it's physically or music-wise, Kylie Minogue doesn't seem to change. She looks exactly the same as she did at 21 (she's 36!) and she sounds exactly the same as she did on the Fever CD. No growth here, people. Depending on how you look at it, this isn't a bad thing. Afterall, you all probably started diggin' Kylie cuz of her Fever album. If you're still hooked on that dance-pop party sound, you'll dig Body Language. If you're looking for some fresh, new Kylie, you aren't going to find it here. Oh, and warning - the tune Red Blooded Woman may make you scratch your own eyeballs out.
Kylie Minogue: Body Language, The Final WordThe tune Slow is a total stand-out and Red Blooded Woman is a total wash-out, the rest is well, typical Kylie.