- Audio CD (3 Mar. 2003)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: LONDON RECORDS
- ASIN: B00008NV53
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First studio album from Dannii Minogue since 1997's 'Girl'. Produced by Roger Sanchez, Murlyn Music and Parisian Electro-Pop duo Neimo. Fusing camp upbeat House with Funk, sultry vocals and catchy lyrics. Includes her top ten single 'Put the Needle on It' and her collaboration with Riva 'Who Do You Love Now'. Enhanced material features 3 videos, 'I Begin to Wonder', 'Put the Needle on It' & 'Who Do You Love Now', plus picture gallery. London. 2003.
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
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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.
The best tracks are the 3 singles ("Put the needle on it", "Don't wanna lose this feeling", and "I begin to wonder") along with "Creep" which is the best song of of 2003 not to have been released as a single!
If you want more, I would suggest tracking down "I begin to spin" (which is a mix of the single with Dead or Alive's "You spin me round") and "Don't wanna lose this grove" (Which is a mix of the single with Madonna's "Get into the groove" - maybe where Madonna got the idea to mix "Hollywood" and "Get into the groove"?)
Disc 1 - The original 15 tracks (the edits of IT WON'T WORK OUT and COME & GET IT are different), the 3 b sides, the Madonna bootleg of DON'T WANNA LOSE THIS GROOVE, the french vocal version of WHO DO YOU LOVE NOW & unreleased track JUST CAN'T GIVE YOU UP!!
Disc 2 - A 12 track remix disc, which includes hard to find & unreleased mixes.
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