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Australian singer/songwriter, Kylie Minogue, began recording in the late 1980's. She is widely recognized as Australia's leading pop lady. Some of Minogue's biggest hits include "The Locomotion," "Spinning Around," "Can't Get You Out of My Head" and "Slow."
Minogue released her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite, in 2010. The album reached the top of the charts, and became the fifth number one album for Minogue in the U.K.
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Kylie Minogue's debut album Kylie, a collection of dance songs, reached number one on the British albums chart and became the year's highest-selling album. It sold over seven million copies worldwide, with most sales occurring in Europe and Asia, and it contained six successful singles, which includes the largest success "I Should Be So Lucky". A duet with Jason Donovan, titled "Especially for You" was also a major success in the UK in early 1989.
The album, Rhythm of Love (1990), presented a more sophisticated and adult style of dance music and also marked Kylie Minogue's first signs of rebellion against her production team and the "girl-next-door" image. Determined to be accepted by a more mature audience, Kylie Minogue took control of her music videos, starting with "Better the Devil You Know", and presented herself as a sexually aware adult. A relationship with INXS lead singer Michael Hutchence furthered her attempts to gain acceptance as a mature performer.
Kylie Minogue's 1997 album, Impossible Princess, featured collaborations with musicians such as Manic Street Preachers, and she contributed the majority of the lyrics. Largely a dance album, its style was not represented by its first single "Some Kind of Bliss", and Kylie Minogue countered questions that she was trying to become an indie artist. Billboard magazine even said of the album "... A sharp ear will detect a kinship between Impossible Princess and Madonna's hugely successful album, Ray of Light".
Kylie Minogue's album Light Years (2000), was strongly influenced by 1970s disco artists, such as Donna Summer and Village People. It also included several songs written by Robbie Williams and Guy Chambers who imbued their lyrics with humour. In 2001, Kylie Minogue released Fever, which retained some disco elements and combined them with 1980s electropop. The first single, "Can't Get You Out of My Head", became the biggest success of her career, reaching number one in over forty countries, and selling more than six million copies worldwide.
In 2003, Kylie Minogue released the album Body Language, which was introduced at an invitation-only concert, titled "Money Can't Buy", at the Hammersmith Apollo in London. The biggest hit from the album was "Slow". In November 2004, "Slow" was nominated for a Grammy Award in the category of "Best Dance Recording".
In 2005, a best hits album, entitiled Ultimate Kylie, was released. Kylie Minogue followed up the album with her Showgirl - The Greatest Hits Tour, which was interuppted due to her diagnosis of breast cancer. As of 2006, Kylie Minogue has completed her chemotherapy and is planning on recording a new album as well as finishing her Showgirl tour.