|2. Still Standing|
|3. Secret (Take You Home)|
|5. Sweet Music|
|6. Red Blooded Woman|
|9. I Feel For You|
|11. Loving Days|
|12. After Dark|
Despite the army of writers, Body Language is a surprisingly cohesive serving of R&B-lite, laced with a sprinkling of Prince-style 1980s disco-fuelled funk, such as "Still Standing", which finds Kylie pronouncing "You know you want it!" amid a bed of grinding bass and squelching synths. There are moments such as "Red Blooded Woman" when the generic-pop production machine all but eradicates any sense of Kylie, but on the whole the formulaic funk and predictable pop styling is outweighed by the soap survivor's inimitable presence. As a result, Body Language is sure to work its magic. --Christopher Barrett
Influences here include Urban beats, especially evident in the fantastic 'Secret (Take You Home') and 'Red Blooded Woman,' Electronic Hip POP represented by the truly kooky 'Sweet Music' and Prince-esque funk on 'I Feel For You.'
Kylie even slows the pace with a slice of RnB Electro on 'Chocolate,' the anthemic orchestral 'Loving days' (a MUST for a single)! and the sublime 'Someday' (featuring Green Gartside).
Body Language is an absoulote must have record which is on an entirely different level to her last album.
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