Kylie minogue 1992

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1I Should Be So Lucky3:222Got to Be Certain3:203The Loco-Motion3:134Je ne sais pas pourquoi4:025Especially For You (with Kylie Minogue)3:586Turn It into Love3:377It's No Secret3:328Hand on Your Heart3:519Wouldn't Change a Thing3:1410Never Too Late3:2011Tears On My Pillow2:2812Better the Devil You Know3:5213Step Back in Time3:0514What Do I Have to Do?3:3315Shocked3:0816Word Is Out3:3617If You Were with Me Now (with Keith Washington)3:1018Give Me Just a Little More Time3:0619Finer Feelings3:4920What Kind of Fool? (Heard All That Before)3:5221Where in the World?3:3022Celebration3:57
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What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)

1992 single by Kylie Minogue

1992 single by Kylie Minogue

"What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" is a song recorded by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, released as the lead single from her first greatest hits albumGreatest Hits (1992). The song was written by Mike Stock, Minogue and Pete Waterman, and produced by Stock and Waterman.

It was Minogue's last original single to be released from the record label PWL, as although "Celebration" was released as the last single, it was a cover version, not an original single. The single was released on 10 August 1992 as a CD single and had received positive reception from music critics, many praising it as a good last single from PWL. The song peaked at number seventeen and fourteen in Australia and the United Kingdom, respectively.

Background[edit]

The song was taken from Minogue's first compilation album Greatest Hits as the first single and last original single to be released by her label PWL, but her second single from the album, "Celebration", was taken as the last single. The song was written by Stock and Waterman, as well as Minogue contributing in the lyrics and was produced by Stock and Waterman.

The cover featured Minogue photographed by close friend Katrina Jebb whilst on holiday in early 1992.

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

The song received generally mixed reviews from music critics. Some compared the song with "I Should Be So Lucky" and "Better the Devil You Know", but many suggested the song was regressive in comparison to Minogue's more mature work from the previous two years. Music Week commented, "Typically bright and breezy, it is however a little slight of melody and hooks when compared to some ofher previous work – but that won't stop it from continuing her unbroken sequence of Top 20 hits."[1] Tom Doyle from Smash Hits called it a "tweety dance anthem".[2]

Minogue admitted in an interview with the Australian Sunday Telegraph in October 2008, that she was not fond of the song: "There's plenty I've cringed about," she says. "There's one track I really didn't like called 'What Kind of Fool'. But I realised you can run, but you can't hide, so I embraced 'I Should Be So Lucky' and the rest of them."[3] It also became one of Minogue's least performed tracks. It made its debut, as a short sample only on her 2005 tour Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour, and again in sample form on her North American Tour 2009. Minogue has also performed a chorus of the song on impromptu occasions during her 2012 Anti Tour and 2014's Kiss Me Once Tour.

Chart performance[edit]

The song did not receive great commercial attention, although became a moderate hit in the UK and Australia where it debuted at number thirty-seven (after five weeks it climbed and peaked at number seventeen.) The song debuted at number sixteen on the UK Singles Chart. later climbing to number fourteen where it peaked, staying in the charts for five weeks. The song debuted at number twenty-two on the Irish Singles Chart, but became unsuccessful, falling off the charts after two weeks.

Music video[edit]

The music video features Minogue sunbathing in front of a blanket, while a male actor is behind it with a rose. It later showed the male and Minogue having an argument in a bedroom. In the bridge, it shows Minogue in a blue plaid dress dancing under a spotlight. She later teases her lover and dances atop a table. The music video later ends with Minogue kissing him and she walks out the room, while the man sits on a chair left alone. The song's reception itself became one of Minogue's least successful singles to date. The single's video recreated scenes made famous by Brigitte Bardot in the 1956 filmAnd God Created Woman. The song was featured on MTV Classics channel in 2011 and was listed at number thirty-four on Evolution of... Kylie Minogue.

Formats and track listings[edit]

These are the formats and track listings of major single releases of "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)".

CD single
  1. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"
  2. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [No Tech No Logical Remix]
  3. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [Tech No Logical Remix]
  4. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original 7" Mix]
7" vinyl
  1. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"
  2. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original 7" Mix]
12" vinyl
  1. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [No Tech No Logical Remix]
  2. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [Tech No Logical Remix]
  3. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original 12" Mix]
Cassette single
  1. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"
  2. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original 7" Mix]
Digital EP (Released earlier with new mixes in 2009)[4]
  1. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"
  2. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [No Tech No Logical Remix]
  3. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [Tech No Logical Remix]
  4. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [12" Master Mix]
  5. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [Instrumental]
  6. "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" [Backing Track]
  7. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original 7" Mix]
  8. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original 12" Mix]
  9. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original Instrumental]
  10. "Things Can Only Get Better" [Original Backing Track]

Live performances[edit]

Minogue performed the song on the following concert tours:

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/What_Kind_of_Fool_(Heard_All_That_Before)
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Greatest Hits (1992 Kylie Minogue album)

1992 greatest hits album by Kylie Minogue

Greatest Hits is the first greatest hits album by Australian singer Kylie Minogue. The album was released on 24 August 1992 as Minogue's final release under Pete Waterman Limited (PWL). The record contains nineteen singles from the singer's first four studio albums, as well as three new songs recorded specifically for inclusion on this album. The album was largely written and produced by the Stock Aitken Waterman team, and its release marked the end of Minogue's professional relationship with them. It contained all her single releases to date including the Japan-only single, "Turn It into Love", featured on Kylie's first studio album in 1988.

Greatest Hits entered the UK Albums Chart at number one, becoming Minogue's third number-one album in the United Kingdom. It charted there for eleven weeks and was later certified platinum for shipments of 300,000 copies. The album was also successful in Australia, debuting and peaking at number three and charting for fifteen weeks.[1] It was later certified platinum for shipments exceeding 70,000 copies, by Australian Recording Industry Association.[2]

This compilation was superseded by 2004's Ultimate Kylie collection, with only seven tracks not being included on that 2-CD set and, later, by 2019's Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection, with only three tracks not being included on the expanded, 3-CD version of the latter. Following her release from PWL, she stated that she felt stifled by Stock, Aitken and Waterman, saying, "I was very much a puppet in the beginning. I was blinkered by my record company. I was unable to look left or right."[3]

Release[edit]

The album was promoted with two singles, "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" and "Celebration", originally a hit for Kool & The Gang in 1980. In Australia, the album was released with completely different artwork and was available as a limited edition digi-pack. A limited edition was also available in Australia with the Kylie's Non-Stop History 50+1 remix album as a bonus disc and the original album was later re-issued again with the original UK artwork in 1998. An accompanying video compilation called Greatest Video Hits was released alongside the album. The video featured all Minogue's music videos to date except the in-house promo video for "Made in Heaven". The Australian version keeps the original title, Greatest Hits, and was released with the same cover as the Australian edition of its audio counterpart. The Japanese Laserdisc edition also includes the video for "Celebration".

In the 2009 iTunes re-release, the single versions of the tracks have been put in place of the album versions, including a rare single version of "It's No Secret" put in place of the original album version. The album was re-issued again in 2011 with an altered track list for the South African leg of Kylie's Aphrodite World Tour.

Singles[edit]

The first single was "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)". It was released in the United Kingdom in August 1992 and peaked at number fourteen in the UK Singles Chart. The release was backed with the fan-favourite "Things Can Only Get Better".

The second and final single was "Celebration", a cover of Kool & the Gang's hit. It was released in November 1992 and peaked at number twenty on the UK Singles Chart. It was also Minogue's last single for PWL.

Reception[edit]

The album is Minogue's third number one album in the United Kingdom, after Kylie (1988) and Enjoy Yourself (1989).[7]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and produced by Mike Stock, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman except where noted.

1."I Should Be So Lucky" (from Kylie, 1988)  3:23
2."Got to Be Certain" (from Kylie, 1988)  3:20
3."The Loco-Motion" (from Kylie, 1988) 3:14
4."Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi" (from Kylie, 1988)  4:01
5."Especially for You" (with Jason Donovan, from Ten Good Reasons, 1989)  3:58
6."Turn It into Love" (from Kylie, 1988)  3:36
7."It's No Secret" (from Kylie, 1988)  3:59
8."Hand on Your Heart" (from Enjoy Yourself, 1989)  3:51
9."Wouldn't Change a Thing" (from Enjoy Yourself, 1989)  3:14
10."Never Too Late" (from Enjoy Yourself, 1989)  3:23
11."Tears on My Pillow" (from Enjoy Yourself, 1989) 2:28
12."Better the Devil You Know" (from Rhythm of Love, 1990)  3:55
13."Step Back in Time" (from Rhythm of Love, 1990)  3:05
14."What Do I Have to Do" (from Rhythm of Love, 1990)  3:44
15."Shocked" (DNA 7" mix featuring Jazzi P, from Rhythm of Love, 1990)3:10
16."Word Is Out" (from Let's Get to It, 1991)3:35
17."If You Were with Me Now" (with Keith Washington, from Let's Get to It, 1991)3:11
18."Give Me Just a Little More Time" (from Let's Get to It, 1991)3:07
19."Finer Feelings" (from Let's Get to It, 1991)3:53
20."What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"3:41
21."Where in the World?"3:34
22."Celebration"3:57
Total length:77:26
1."I Should Be So Lucky"  3:23
2."Got to Be Certain"  3:20
3."The Loco-Motion" (7" mix) 3:14
4."Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi"  4:01
5."Especially for You" (with Jason Donovan)  3:58
6."Turn It into Love"  3:36
7."It's No Secret" (7" mix)  3:33
8."Hand on Your Heart"  3:51
9."Wouldn't Change a Thing"  3:14
10."Never Too Late"  3:23
11."Tears on My Pillow" 2:28
12."Better the Devil You Know"  3:55
13."Step Back in Time"  3:05
14."What Do I Have to Do" (7" mix)  3:34
15."Shocked" (DNA 7" mix featuring Jazzi P)
  • Stock
  • Aitken
  • Waterman
  • Bennett
  • Stock Aitken Waterman
  • DNA
3:10
16."Word Is Out"3:35
17."If You Were with Me Now" (with Keith Washington)
  • Stock
  • Waterman
  • Minogue
  • Washington
3:11
18."Give Me Just a Little More Time"3:07
19."Finer Feelings" (Brothers in Rhythm 7" mix)3:45
20."What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"3:41
21."Where in the World?"3:34
22."Celebration"3:57
1."I Should Be So Lucky"  3:23
2."Got to Be Certain"  3:20
3."The Loco-Motion" (7" mix) 3:13
4."Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi"  4:01
5."Especially for You" (with Jason Donovan)  3:58
6."Hand on Your Heart"  3:51
7."Wouldn't Change a Thing"  3:14
8."Never Too Late"  3:23
9."Tears on My Pillow" 2:28
10."Better the Devil You Know"  3:55
11."Step Back in Time"  3:05
12."What Do I Have to Do" (7" mix)  3:34
13."Shocked" (DNA 7" mix featuring Jazzi P)
  • Stock
  • Aitken
  • Waterman
  • Bennett
  • Stock Aitken Waterman
  • DNA
3:10
14."Word Is Out"3:35
15."If You Were with Me Now" (with Keith Washington)
  • Stock
  • Waterman
  • Minogue
  • Washington
3:11
16."Give Me Just a Little More Time"3:07
17."Finer Feelings" (Brothers in Rhythm 7" mix)
  • Stock
  • Waterman
  • Brothers in Rhythm
3:45
18."What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)"3:41
19."Celebration"3:57
20."What Do I Have to Do" (Billy The Fish Mix)7:30

Charts[edit]

Certifications and sales[edit]

Release history[edit]

References[edit]

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  17. ^"European Top 100 Albums"(PDF). Music & Media. Vol. 9 no. 37. 12 September 1992. p. 17. OCLC 29800226. Retrieved 12 February 2019 – via American Radio History.
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  22. ^"British album certifications – Kylie Minogue – Greatest Hits". British Phonographic Industry.

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greatest_Hits_(1992_Kylie_Minogue_album)
Kylie Minogue - Word Is Out (New Year's Eve Party 1992)

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