Steve Anderson Shares Unreleased Songs From Kylie Minogue’s 1994 Album
Twenty one years ago, Kylie Minogue gave the world aher fifth album Having completed her deal with PWL, Minogue signed onto DeConstruction Records, a move that proved to add depth to her career. Though we received “Confide In Me,” a lengthy track that made the Aussie sound more mature in sound and production, there were many songs that were left in the vaults. Some were added onto a budget release while Minogue was at her peak, there were songs that remained hidden away from the public.
To celebrate Kylie Minogue’s self-titled album, her longtime collaborator Steve Anderson has shared with fans two songs from two decades ago. “At the End of the Day” may have leaked online in a somewhat listenable format, but it does not hold a candle to the high quality version released by Anderson. The song employs a 90’s R&B/pop, but Minogue feels at ease when singing. Though an enjoyable experience, it’s easy to see it would be lost against the other songs from the album. It is, however, guaranteed to be stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
A personal favorite, I honestly had forgotten “Love Is On The Line” was produced by two amazing teams. The original version, produced by the Rapino Brothers, could be heard online, having leaked in a decent quality. While that version was recorded and released by Polish singer Edyta Górniak, the version produced by Brothers in Rhythm has finally emerged and it is house heaven! Minogue’s vocals have strength and range, never losing itself against the music. Instead, she goes head to head, making sure each note is energetic and full of life.