|Price:||£1.38 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20. Details|
Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: FBA items are eligible for and for Amazon Prime just as if they were Amazon items.
If you're a seller, you can increase your sales significantly by using Fulfilment by Amazon. We invite you to learn more about this programme .
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
KYLIE MINOGUE Hits + (2000 UK 16-track CD album featuring all her hits from 1994 to 1998 including Confide In Me Breathe Where The Wild Roses Grow and Some Kind Of Bliss & more with picture booklet & custom stickered slipcase)
Between her late 1980s reign as the "I Should Be So Lucky" Aussi soap star turned pop princess and her iconic re-emergence heralded by No.1 "Spinning Around" and Robbie Williams Duet "Kids", Kylie Minogue had an altogether different kind of pop career. In the mid-1990s the miniature star released two, very grown-up and exquisitely sophisticated albums, both simply titled Kylie Minogue, for the now defunct dance label Deconstruction. It is the best tracks from that period, plus a handful of previously unreleased songs and remixes that fill Hits. Although the title's somewhat misleading, given that the albums from which the tracks come were deemed commercial flops, it's not overstating things to say that in "Breathe", "Did It Again" and "Automatic Love", this collection contains some of the most stylishly executed pop the UK has ever heard. But it's haunting singles "Confide In Me", "Put Yourself In My Place" and Nick Cave duet "Where The Wild Roses Grow", graced by the sumptuously breathy vocals that transformed cute-bubblegum-pop-Kylie into a pop seductress and institution, that are the jewels of this retrospective and her career, and prime examples of just how exhilarating pop can be. --Dan Gennoe
Top Customer Reviews
However, despite containing the singles and the unreleased recordings mentioned above, this is not the album i would recommend for a new Kylie fan. Understated Kylie classics such as Dangerous Game (KM94), Falling (KM94), I Don't Need Anyone (IP) and Dreams (IP) played a significant part in making the 2 DeCon albums the critical success they were, and are much more valuable than any of the singles or unreleased material (apart from Confide In Me and Wild Roses).
In 1994, Kylie Minogue (the album) was deemed a commercial success (albeit not a huge success, the album did as well as Light Years in the UK and was a convincing start). It is only now, with the huge comeback, that critics are writing off her entire DeCon period as a flop.
In my opinion Impossible Princess should have been a commercial success, despite the unfortunate timing of the initial release. Some Kind Of Bliss is the worst track on the album, and not at all indicative of the other 11 tracks. The album is not really Indie, and the Manics did not play a huge part on the album (although the other track I Don't Need Anyone is a stand out classic). The wrong singles were chosen, Kylie looked terrible, and where was the promotion?Read more ›
confide in me
put yourself in my place
some kind of bliss
take me with you
just as kylie, bounced back with her light years album, her old label deconstruction cleverly decided to cash in on kylies new success boost. featuring 7singles released between 94-98, some b-sides and some previously unreleased tracks, this album wraps up the 'indie' phase of her career.
the singles are the strength of the album, and upon revisiting them you cant help but wonder why they were not as succesful as the pwl years (the hugely successful confide in me aside). and although the other songs weren't smash hits compared to most in her steller career, they were hits all the same and they really are great songs. the confide in me b-sides 'nothing can stop us' and 'if you dont love me' are welcome editions, as well as the beautifully epic nick cave duet 'where the wild roses grow'.
some of the unreleased tracks, are obvious why they were not released, as 'stay this way' really does nothing to warrant making it onto any kylie album. but the fantastic 'take me with you' should have at least found its way onto impossible princess. all in all its a great addition to any fan collection, but i guess it wouldnt interest many outside of kylies fanbase
The album features the singles that were released while she was with the hip DeConstruction label. However, especially for her "Impossible Princess" (or 1997 Kylie Minogue) album, the singles do not really reflect the excellent material that was recorded during these years. Masterpiece songs such as "Too Far", "Drunk", "Dreams" and "Jump" cannot be found on this compilation album, though they are better examples of the new musical integrity Kylie had developed.
Pure ear candy on this compilation is the extremely sexy mix of "Where Is The Feeling?", turning a cheesy pop song into one of the most sensual songs Kylie has ever done. Brothers In Rhythm kick major @$$. "If You Don't Love Me" is a beautiful Kylie-with-piano lovesong which shouldn't be missed. The absolute highlight of the album, however, is the nearly-10-minute long song "Take Me With You". Prepare to be enchanted.
There are a few songs that could and should have been included with this album, such as "Nothing Can Stop Us" and the beautiful "Love Takes Over Me". Let me not even bring up songs such as "Aston Martin".
All in all, this compilation is essential for Kylie fans as it features songs never commercially available before. However, it does have its bad sides (the imperfect sound quality on some of the tracks, and the omission of others). If you're fairly unfamiliar with Kylie's DeConstruction work, get a copy of her "Impossible Princess" album. Heck, get the Japanese edition, it has a bonus track and amazing 3D holographic card ;)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kylie post PWL had grown up into a beautiful young woman. Dance music had taken the UK by storm and even crossed over into pop and charts. Read morePublished 8 months ago by stephen camps
As much as I love Kylie and her songs, I feel she has too many Greatest Hits compilations out there. Read morePublished on 21 Mar. 2014 by JB
Hi, people! It's a great album! Don't think twice when you find it available to buy! I loved it! Order it now!Published on 10 Aug. 2012 by mateus
Hits+ is my favourite Kylie album, it's the only one I own. I've spent some time trying put my finger on why I like it so much and I think I know now. Hits+ is honest. Read morePublished on 17 Oct. 2006 by Mr. A. P. Venables