Our Top 10 Kylie Minogue songs list presents 10 of our favorite Kylie Minogue songs that will get your blood pumping and your feet flying. The wonderful talented musical artist from Australia has celebrated a 30 plus years career in which she has become one of the most loved dance pop musical artists of all time. She is one of the biggest stars to ever come out of Australia. She has had far more success in Europe than in the U.S. with the exception of the many number ones she has enjoyed on the U.S. Billboard Dance Charts. Many of the classic Kylie Minogue songs have a retro feel while also sounding very modern at the same time. Its one of the reasons why she has so many fans. That being said, here are our 10 favorite Kylie Minogue songs……..
# 10 – The Locomotion
We open up our top 10 Kylie Minogue Songs list with the Australian singer’s debut single entitled “The Locomotion.” This classic song was ordinally written by Carole King and Gerry Goffin. The song was first released in 1962 by singer Little Eva. The 1960’s artist had a number one single with “The Locomotion,” in 1962. Twelve years later the great rock and roll band Grand Funk Railroad released the song as a single in 1974. Once again, “The Locomotion,” hit number one on the U.S. Billboard Hit 100. In 1987 , Kylie Minogue also enjoyed great success with the legendary Carole King song. Kylie Minogue’s version of “The Locomotion,” hit number one in her native home of Australia. The video was also put into heavy rotation on VH1.
# 9 – Magic
Continuing with our top 10 Kylie Minogue Songs list we go from one of her first big hits and her 1987 debut single in the “Locomotion,” to her most recent hit in 2020 called “Magic.” This brand new release is smoking. It’s a pure dance groove filled with killer horns, dynamic keyboard licks and an out of this world Kylie Minogue vocal that stands as one of her best. Don’t miss this one! It’s one of those songs that will put you in a good mood. It sounds like 1977.
# 8 – Spinning Around
“Spinning Around” was released in 200 on the Light Years album. This is just so good you may have a heart attack listening to it. The video is soooo hot. Kylie Minogue has made many smoking videos, but this one is going to burn you up. The beautiful diva from Australia had a number one hit in Australia and the United Kingdom with “Spinning Around,” in the year 2000.
# 7 – Say Something
The great dance song “Say Something,” was written by a large collaboration of writers including Kylie Minogue, Ash Howes, Jonathan Green and Richard Stannard. The song was released in 2020 on the album entitled Disco. The song became a top 10 hit on the U.S. Billboard Dance music charts. The song’s message of unity along with its uplifting groove, soaring melody and stellar production helped define it as one of the great dance songs of the 21st century.
# 6 – All The Lovers
One of the most popular Kylie Minogue songs ever released is the great track “All The Lovers.” The song was released in 2010 on Kyle Minogue’s album entitled Aphrodite. The song was released as the lead single from the record. The song was written by Jim Eliot and Mima Stilwell. “All The Lovers,” was a top 10 hit in multiple countries around the world. In the United States, the song “All The Lovers.” went straight to number one on the Billboard Dance Songs charts.
# 5 – Come Into My World
We enter the second half of our top 10 Kylie Minogue songs list with the great track “Come Into My World.” This song was a big deal for Kylie Minogue because it won her a 2004 Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording. It is the only Grammy Award Kylie Minogue has ever won, although she has been nominated many times. The song was released on her uber successful album entitled Fever. The song “Come Into My World.” was released as the album’s fourth single.
# 4 – Confide In Me
I love this song. It sounds like it belongs in a James Bond Movie. Its one of the best recordings Kylie Minogue has ever released, The production is off the charts. It sounds somewhere in between the dark productions of Shirley Manson and Garbage and the 90s sound of Madonna. It is just fabulous.
# 3 – Slow
At number three on our top 10 Kylie Minogue songs list we present the sensual song “Slow.” This amazing piece of music was released on Kylie Minogue’s Body Language album. The record was released in 2003. “Slow,” was an explosive hit single for Kylie Minogue. The song went straight to number one in several countries including the UK, Spain Australia, Denmark and Romania. It hit number one on the U.S. Billboard Dance charts. The song “Slow,” was also nominated for a Grammy Award for best Dance song. This video is almost too hot to watch.
# 2 – Love At First Sight
As we begin to wind down our Top 10 Kylie Minogue songs list we turn to Kyle Minogue’s brilliant album Fever. The song “Love At First Sight,” was released as the third single from the album. “Love At First Sight,” earned Kylie Minogue a Grammy Award Nomination for Best Dance Recording in 2003. The song “Love At First Sight,” was a big hit around the world. It was a number one record for Kylie Minogue in the United States where it hit number one on the U.S. Billboard Dance Club Songs charts.
# 1 – Can’t Get You Out of My Head
We close out our top 10 Kylie Minogue Songs list with the artist’s biggest hit of her career. The song “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” was released in 2033. “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” stands as one of the biggest pop music singles not just of Kylie Minogue’s career, but of all time. The song “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” hit number one in forty countries. That is amazing to have a number one single in that many countries. That’s Beatles, Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley type success. It was also her biggest U.S. single ever where it was a top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. It also hit number one on the US Billboard Dance charts, The song “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” was written by Cathy Dennis and Rob Davis. This one was and still is a pure gem that crosses the genres of pop, r&b and dance in such a brilliant and captivating way.
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