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Kylie’s new album hits next month
Kylie Minogue will release her new album The Abbey Road Sessions on October 26.
The album features 16 tracks, all reworked, spanning Kylie’s 25-year career. The album was recorded in London’s legendary Abbey Road Studios with Minogue’s band and a full orchestra.
Nick Cave re-recorded his vocal on the famous duet, Where The Wild Roses Grow, especially for the album.
Other highlights of the album include Better The Devil You Know, Confide In Me, a sultry On A Night Like This, All The Lovers, Finer Feelings and a version of The Locomotion which swaggers with 1950′s panache.
Minogue will perform most tracks from the album with the BBC Concert Orchestra this Saturday, September 8 at London’s Hyde Park, headlining Proms In the Park.
The track-listing for the album is:
ALL THE LOVERS
ON A NIGHT LIKE THIS
BETTER THE DEVIL YOU KNOW
HAND ON YOUR HEART
I BELIEVE IN YOU
COME INTO MY WORLD
CONFIDE IN ME
CAN’T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD
WHERE THE WILD ROSES GROW
I SHOULD BE SO LUCKY
LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
NEVER TOO LATE