- Audio CD (3 Mar. 2003)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: LONDON RECORDS
- ASIN: B00008NV53
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,644 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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DANNII MINOGUE Neon Nights (2003 UK Special Edition enhanced CD album featuring 15 audio tracks including Come & Get It Sebastian Kreig Remix [hidden track] plus 3 CD-Rom videos and Photo Gallery) A top mix of pop and club styles as shown with her hit singles Put The Needle On It How Do You Love Now and I Begin To Wonder picture sleeve)
Dannii Minogue has always lived in the shadow of her older and more established sister Kylie, but Neon Nights could well be the album to bring her into the foreground. Since adding vocals to the instrumental club track "Stringer", which resulted in the huge crossover hit "Who Do You Love Now?", Danni has found her niche straddling the fine line between credibility and mainstream appeal.
"Put the Needle on It" utilises the funkier end of 1980s disco, with a contemporary edge that removes the cheese and dispels any notion that she be may be hanging on the coattails of her big sister. As the opening song it sets a precedent for the rest of the album which too drips with sleazy synth-funk and production risks unheard of in polished pop music, like the distorted digital mess used to great effect in "On the Loop". In addition to the music, Dannii's wry, suggestive lyrics would be removed from the vocabulary of any child-friendly popstrel like the deliberately sledge-hammer metaphors of "Vibe On". However, nothing's perfect--on the odd occasion it becomes difficult to tell the difference between 80s pastiche and dated 80s dirge with "Mystified" sounding like an offshoot from Kylie's debut all those years ago, but nevertheless, Neon Nights is for the most part a consistently good album, another unusual thing in pop music. -David TruemanSee all Product Description
Top Customer Reviews
You get Dannii's top 10 smashes 'Who do you Love now?(#3), 'Put the Needle on it (#7), 'I Begin to Wonder (#2), and her latest single 'Don't Wanna Lose this Feeling'.
After this there is a treasure trove of #1's just waiting to be heard. 'Hey!(So what)',a flirty number perfet for hot summer nights (well we can dream), 'Creep', a darker, more sultry number, 'For the Record', a pure 80's throwback, 'Vibe On', a cheeky little song that is actually about music vibes pumping from a stereo (some people have such dirty minds), and the beautiful haunting ballad 'It won't Work out' all stand out, and would no doubt be hit singles.
Then there is 'Mighty Fine', a lovely light pop tune that screams 70's, 'On the loop', 'Mystified', 'Push' and 'A Piece of Time', showing what Dannii does best - stomping dance numbers!
And finally - lets get to the extras. At the end of 'It won't Work out' there is the fantastic dance remix of 'Come and get it', as well as the music videos for 'I Begin to Wonder', Put the Needle on it', and 'Who do you Love now?'. There is also a photo gallery.
Well, what more do you need to know? 'Neon Nights' is simply the best album I've heard in a long time, and believe me, I'm fussy.
1)Put the Needle on It - This is the first single that started it all. The heavy bass and dark electronic sounds goes great on the dance floor. A
2) Creep - This is a good song with great vocals and complex electronics. A nice dance track. A+
3) I Begin to Wonder - The second single which is sitting at the top of the charts. The vocals and music mesh together perfectly and you just can't help but dance to this one. A+
4) Hey! (So What) - This is another nice dance track that sounds a bit similar to 'Put the Needle on It' but without the dark sounding music. This song has a great chorus. A-
5) For the Record - I like this song, like I do all of them, but this one isn't one of my favorites. It's just a bit TOO peppy, if you know what I mean. I'll still listen to it on occasion, but I usually skip this one. C
6) Mighty Fine - Along the same lines as 'For the Record', but just a little better. This is a very catchy dance tune. C+
7) On the Loop - This one is one of my favorites. A very fast song to get you grooving! I especially like the ending, where Dannii experiments with different electronic sounds and blips. Some of it sound like a video game, but not in that annoying sort of way. I really like this one. A+
8) Push - I love this one as well. I can't help but think that Dannii is borrowing this song from someone because the music and words sound strangely familiar...whatever. I love this song. The bassline is heavy, which I happen to love.Read more ›
Well although i was hoping for dancier tunes the others more than substitute for this, theyre kinda poppy than dancy but what impressed me most was the use of music - which I know sounds daft but when u hear the songs ull know wot i mean, some of the sounds are very original and somewot brave to even think about making a song from ie PIECE OF TIME
Not only are her tunes incredibly original and fresh her lyrics are also daring especially with VIBE ON (I need not say more)
PS BY THE WAY THE REVIEWER WHO SAID THIS ALBUM IS DISCO IS LYIN - there are 2 songs (HEY SO WOT AND DONT WANNA LOOSE THIS FEELIN) WHICH ARE A BIT DISCO but the rest of the album is kinda wot id call dirty dance music or dark pop.
Finally i would say to all who wanna buy the album do it now just for the album version of DONT WANNA LOSE THIS FEELIN coz its waaaaaaaaaaaaaaayyyyy better than the single version!!!!!!!!
'Put The Needle On It' - A sexy dance number with plenty of nudge, nudge, Wink, Wink references. (#7 UK commercial, #1 UK dance).
'Creep' - Dark and sultry this track is best after dark.
'I Begin To Wonder' - Dannii's highest reaching single (#2 c #1 d)
'Hey! (So What)' - A lovely poppy, sing-a-long track, you won't be able to keep your feet still with this!
'For The Record' - A lighter more flirty number, yet still very danceable.
'Mighty Fine' - A fantastically retro, fluffy pop number.
'On The Loop' - Heavy on the synchs, surprising for a `pop' artist. Very well done.
'Push' - Another naughty dance number, again this will get stuck in your head.
'Mystified' - Lyrically urban, but heavy synchs.
'Don't Wanna Lose This Feeling' - Dannii's last NN single (#5 c #1 d), a lighter, more `pop' track.
'Vibe On' - Dannii has fun with this pop track with urban overbites, which, apparently, is about music vibes pumping from a speaker, not products from Anne Summers. Dannii injects her cheeky humour into this. Oh, she even raps!!
'A piece of Time' - One of Dannii's favourites, this dance track is a bit heavier, that sounds somewhat similar to something Paul Oakenfield may release.
'Who Do You Love Now?' - The song that launched Dannii's comeback, another hit (#3 c #1 d) that will have you up on the dance floor.
`Come And Get It' - A remix of this song was hidden at the end of the original NEON NIGHTS. This radio edit is far superior & screams "single!"
`Nervous' - Originally a b-side, this fantastic track was wasted first time round.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Never gets old! You can still listen to these songs without feeling nostalgic.Published 9 months ago by Ms. Melanie
This album I think the best of Dannii Minogue. Energetic, sexy, dance, vibrant, youthful, modern and sleek. The remixes are also great. A must.Published on 15 Nov. 2011 by Sandro
Neon Nights is one of my all time favorite CDs for many reasons. First it has memorable melodies and clever electronic progressions. Read morePublished on 24 April 2010 by Music Mixer 101
this cd just makes you want to go out clubbing with its uplifting club numbers. i was always a kylie fan but am now leaning towards dannii. Read morePublished on 11 Nov. 2009 by jewellery
If there's one person who's followed Kylie Minogue around like a little shadow for the past two and a bit decades, it's her little sister Dannii. Read morePublished on 2 Aug. 2008 by Alex A.C.M
Neon nights was originally released back in 2003, and it faired well based on the success of its four british singles. Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2008 by D. Craven