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  • Audio CD (9 Feb. 2015)
  • Number of Discs: 3
  • Format: Box set, CD+DVD, Colour, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Pwl
  • ASIN: B00MR2NMNG
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  DVD
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (30 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,310 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Word Is Out
2. Give Me Just A Little More Time
3. Too Much Of A Good Thing
4. Finer Feelings
5. If You Were With Me Now
6. Let's Get To It
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Disc: 2
1. Keep On Pumpin' It - Angelic Remix
2. Do You Dare? - Nrg Mix
3. Closer - The Pleasure Mix
4. Word Is Out - Summer Breeze Mix
5. Too Much Of A Good Thing - Original 12" Mix
6. Let's Get To It - Tony King 12" Mix
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Disc: 3
1. Word Is Out - Promo Video
2. If You Were With Me Now - Promo Video
3. Give Me Just A Little More Time - Promo Video
4. Finer Feelings - Promo Video
5. What Kind Of Fool? - Promo Video
6. Celebration - Promo Video
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Product Description

"Let's Get To It" was Kylie''s final album for PWL, originally released in October 1991 to rave reviews. Produced by Stock & Waterman, it found Kylie exploring the diverse grooves of the early 90s, from New Jack Swing and R&B to house and techno. It features the hits "Word Is Out" (#16), "Give Me Just A Little More Time" (#2), the classic "Finer Feelings" (#11), and the self-penned duet with Keith Washington, "If You Were With Me Now" (#4). The Limited Special Edition set includes eight bonus tracks: "Keep On Pumpin'' It", Kylie''s classic underground club collaboration with Visionmasters & Tony King, plus B-sides and essential 12" mixes. The Special Edition features unique picture CD artwork and a 24-page booklet containing full lyrics, new sleeve notes and classic images.

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By JWC on 28 Jun. 2012
Format: Audio CD
Her best record ever and a wonderful way to end her collaboration with SAW, altough by now one had left the team. This was the last album I bought from that era because i wasn't too impressed with some of the singles but boy was I in for a surprise. It's hard to believe that it only passed 3 years between her debut and Let's get to it. I love both but she has really changed and developed. Most of the songs here are some sort of pop/r&b light and it's very surprising that S(A)W could write and produce something like that, they all developed fast. The album starts with the fab "Word is out" the production is different but it's just as catchy and danceable as "Better the devil you" then the album continues with "Give me just a little more time" that together with the ballad/duet "If you were with me know" are the most conventional songs on the album, not bad at all but not as adventurous as the rest where she really explore her new sound. The album ends with the fantastic 6 min long "I guess I like it like that" which samples 2 unlimited, or did they sample her? Anyway a bit of techno heaven. The album also have a gem in the ballad "No world without you", so simple and so beautiful. Again - what a development. Unfortunately the album did not sell as well as her predecessors but, thank God, that did not discourage her, she continued in this direction on her 1994 release. If I could give it 6 stars I would. If you, like me, like her early work I think you would love it too. Try it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Scarlet Jupiter TOP 500 REVIEWER on 12 Feb. 2015
Format: Vinyl
Only 3 years between her debut and "Let's get to it", it is unbelievable how much Kylie really changed and developed. With previous album "Rhythm of love" cementing her gay icon status, as well as her signature sound, Kylie took more creative control on this, and quite a risk by changing her sound to a more urban feel. Obviously not concerned with just scoring hits, and clearly adopting a more refined approach to her work, being more than happy to get as far away as she could from the control and confines she was feeling at PWL (by this time this was released, Matt Aitken had left the SAW team), the album's tracks are more varied than those on "Rhythm of love". And, although it did not sell as well as its predecessors, that did not discourage her; she continued in this direction on her 1994-1997 releases, where she got to fully blossom into an underground diva.

Out of the 4 brand new re-issues, this is the one I anticipated the most for, being early Kylie's fave album of mine, plus, because up until some years ago, this was her most hard to find album. The remastering is brilliant, and the care given into assembling this package is more than evident (I am not a fan of big-sized box sets but this is superb). My favourite part of the package has to be the promo videos and special TV appearances, they are truly fantastic. But this is a fan's delight, with tons of remixes, photos and notes to enjoy. My only complaint is the price; I have splashed out nearly 100 euros for this limited collector's edition. I only did so for sentimental reasons, but I will be picking up the 2CD+DVD editions of the other 3 titles, and I would expect most fans to do the same. All in all, this has absolutely been worth waiting for so long ...I guess I love it like that!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Spaceball on 30 Dec. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This is Kylie Minogue's final album with PWL and SAW (now Stock & Waterman).
After the "Rhythm Of Love" album, and killer SAW tracks like "Better The Devil You Know", "Step Back In Time", "What Do I Have To Do" and "Shocked", you would be forgiven for expecting Kylie to pick up from where those songs left off. But instead she took control, and quite a risk by changing her sound to a more soulful and urban feel.
After writing 4 songs in the US, away from PWL, Kylie was ready to co-write most of the new album, this time with SAW directly.
So you have "Word Is Out" as the lead single, a more swing beat feel, a good partner to "Rhythm Of Love's" "One Boy Girl", one of Kylie's US co-writes. Still very much a SAW song, the song only managed a No 16 chart placing in the UK but was a No 10 hit in Australia. One of my favourite Kylie singles ever.
"Give Me Just A Little More Time" is the album's cover and is really quite a cheesy let down. Doesn't fit the album and even though it was a UK No 2, it's probably the album's weakest moment. "Too Much Of A Good Thing" borrows heavily from Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam's "Let The Beat Hit 'Em" and is a soul/dance stormer. Only complaint is that Kylie's vocals are drowned out in the verses by the backing vocalists. Her voice is more than capable so not sure why that happened. A Kylie co-write and a damn good one. Next is "Finer Feelings", and it is just pure class. The single mix was re-worked with Brothers In Rhythm, who went on to collaborate with Kylie on the iconic masterpiece that is "Confide In Me" and her 2 Deconstruction albums.
"If You Were With Me Now" is the 2nd Kylie co-write and is the big US style ballad, a duet with Keith Washington. A UK Top 5 and deservedly so. Production is a tad on the tinny side though, which lets it down.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Joe Joe on 5 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
"Let's Get To It" was Kylie's first critically acclaimed album. Hip music paper NME, who'd previously knocked all her work, suddenly changed their tune with this record - they loved it, calling it "album of the month".
It starts off with the funky hit "Word Is Out", which is jazzy and dancy and poppy too. A great track.
Then we have Kylie's huge hit "Give Me Just A Little More Time" which is very strong.
!Too Much Of A Good Thing" is very cool and funky.
"Finer Feelings" is great but the single mix produced by Brothers In Rhythm is much better than this, already good album version.
The title track is uplifting and has a happy vibe. It is joyous and Kylie provides powerful vocals on the R n' B typed pop track.
"Live and Learn" is fun, simple pop and "No World Without You" is a good enough ballad.
The album is brought to a close with the High NRG "I Guess I Like It Like That", which is a great dance track (Lyrics from this track were sampled and inserted onto a brand new track, and remixed and entitled "Keep On Pumpin' It", which was a huge club hit for VISIONMASTERS and Kylie Minogue, which was ace.)
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