High 40 Kylie Minogue songs22 min read

On this listing of one of the best Kylie Minogue songs, we depend down from 40 to No.1. What’s going to our prime observe be…?

Kylie’s transition from cleaning soap favorite to fully-anointed pop princess could have all occurred just about accidentally, however reward be the day she selected to emit her heavenly radiance onto the world and carry our weary spirits by way of the medium of music.

Her fellow Neighbours solid members all knew it instantly when she first stepped as much as wing her means by an unprepared rendition of The Loco-motion at an Aussie fundraiser, and the remainder of us would quickly fall underneath that harmless spell when she lit up the radio switchboards on the discharge of that first single. 

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Kylie then and Kylie now are, in fact, many worlds aside, however every chapter in her story accommodates standout tunes that stay important to the complete image. Sure, she was proven the ropes because the proficient mouthpiece for Inventory Aitken Waterman, however that was no dangerous factor as she augmented their sound like no different.

And sure, she took some time to blossom into the genuine pop star, in management, however she rose gracefully, with a uncommon indefinable high quality, by way of baggage of expertise and relentless dedication. And in some way she did all of it with out damaging that carefree youthful spark that all of us fell for within the first place.

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This function has confronted the judgement of our Kylie-obsessed greatest buddy, a panel of Kylie gurus from far and huge, and DJs who’ve seen first-hand which Kylie tracks gentle up the ground. Really, the Traditional Pop staff has left no B-side unturned and no gem left hidden in our High 40 search, nor with our private highlights.

Oh, however earlier than we start, some floor guidelines: no duets allowed – so no Particularly For You, no Wild Roses, no Children; no covers (this doesn’t embody arcane tracks mined from the ether) – so no Give Me Simply A Little Extra Time, no Santa Child (regardless of it being her most streamed observe!); and sure, and we’re sorry, however no Loco-motion

It’s virtually as if the report execs bottled it when it got here to this point-blank slice of totally sordid dubstep-inspired EDM. Premiered in 2013 on Kylie’s Soundcloud however finally left off the less-than-brilliant Kiss Me As soon as album, Skirt is nonetheless appropriating dancefloors in a parallel universe someplace the place parallel us-es are dropping their shit to it on a nightly foundation. Primarily about nothing greater than a skirt coming ‘down’ and the bonking that ensues, that is route one SexKylie, however, very similar to the skirt, she pulls it off… 

Kiss Me As soon as does have its charms, thoughts – the title observe for one, written by face-concealing fellow Aussie Sia (“One of many coolest women I do know” – Kylie) and Jesse Shatkin, who reanimated the revenant of their co-written monster hit Chandelier and gifted Kylie among the best tracks on the report. Other than YouTube hits, the soft-core gyrations of Sexercise did not climax and, for as soon as, Pharrell drew a misfire with I Was Gonna Cancel, however for this hovering experience, evincing the “kiss that might change the whole lot”, we have been puckered up and prepared. 

Her jubilant sample-happy penultimate PWL single was the final of her songs really written by the SAW powerhouse (the final single was a canopy of Kool & the Gang’s Celebration). Regardless of its billing as lead-off observe in 1992’s Best Hits, it has slid by the cracks, maybe as Kylie herself discovered it cringeworthy… however a stay TOTP efficiency helped safe a UK No.16, and its hairbrush-in-the-mirror sing-along attract has lent it exalted standing amongst fanatics. 

Adore it or detest it, this Kish Mauve-penned piano tromp was a little bit of a shock when it introduced the arrival of X close to the shut of 2007… although as a taster of the album’s overriding sound, it was a little bit of a purple herring. Harnessing a glam-rock tinge that drew some not-unreasonable Goldfrapp comparisons, precise actual guitars, that propulsive piano stomp and liberal utilization of its chanted “Woo!” hook, it was about as removed from the boom-tish dance-pop of earlier single Giving You Up because it was potential to be – and all the higher for it.

Cleverly written, Dancing encapsulates each the enjoyment of dwelling (an evening out on the tiles) and mortality itself. In her fiftieth yr, having wrestled with most cancers, Kylie sought inspiration in Nashville, reducing three new songs with storytelling at their coronary heart. This, the front-end single from 2018’s Golden, was constructed round a simplistic guitar sample, constructing right into a lasso-happy celebration – an ideal match for the Princess of Pop. Zombie-faced line dancers trace on the duality of the lyrics earlier than Kylie is thrown to a Grim Reaper-like determine for the ultimate Dance Macabre. 

To not be confused with the flipside to Finer Emotions (an early club-lite white label launched underneath Kylie’s ‘Angel Ok’ alias throughout her early EDM interval), this storming lower from Aphrodite, co-written with producer Stuart Worth and Beatrice Hatherley, centred round an orbiting Daft Punk-meets-baroque arpeggio. “When Stuart and I have been compiling the track-list we determined we had loads of bangers,” Kylie informed PopJustice, “so we determined we would have liked songs like Nearer to carry it down a bit.” Solely a bit, thoughts.

A Fever-era B-side beloved of devotees to the trigger, this spacious home observe advantages from the songwriting and manufacturing experience of pop creatives Pascal Gabriel (S’Categorical, Bomb The Bass, Goldfrapp) and Paul Statham (Dido, Sophie Ellis-Bextor). From the eerily pervasive pattern loop within the verses to a contrastingly hopeful chorus and on to the anthemic disco stylings that carry the refrain, it is a wonderful obscurity. Tightrope performed second fiddle to the equally starry-eyed In Your Eyes, however probably helped it up the charts.

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Reinvention could be a curious factor, but Kylie’s newest dalliance with all issues Nashvillian and nation pop – 14th album Golden – is for probably the most half successful. However the place opening single Dancing was all sq. dancing and Dolly’d up angle, this reminds us that Kylie’s protected place lies not within the Stetson-loving Southern states however within the spine-tingling arenas of the European discotheque. A bonus observe from the Deluxe package deal, Misplaced With out You illustrates how gracefully Kylie’s voice has matured. Co-written by her, that is Golden’s second.

Step aboard for some excessive drama of the synth-disco selection. Taken from the album of the identical title, this ode to industrial area flight takes off with the campest of countdowns earlier than a driving, squelching Moroder-esque synth loop takes over to rocket us to the “pop stars on the moon”. And who else to take us there than Miss Minogue, solid as our KM Air shuttle flight attendant? Sure, the William Orbit/Ray Of Mild-era Madonna sheen is unmistakable, however nothing can – or ought to – dim the charms of this palms-to-the-sky higher. 

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Penned with Scissor Sisters in New York throughout her most cancers restoration and described by many followers because the Holy Grail of yet-to-be-leaked Kylie tracks, White Diamond is a conundrum. Whereas some Aussie press hinted of a single, no official launch of the studio unique materialised. With solely a ballad model (from the Antipodean deluxe model of X) and a stay take to go on, it’s robust to get a deal with on it (not to mention a replica)… although when Kylie carried out it on her Showgirl Homecoming tour, it came visiting as electro-disco fabulousness of epic proportions. 

One other to name upon the skills of CGYOOMH writers Cathy Dennis and Rob Davis and the final of Fever’s run of singles, Come Into My World was a late addition which adopted a extra relaxed mould however was actually an in depth cousin to its predecessor. Michael Gondry’s groundbreaking video with a number of Kylies wandering round Paris served the tune properly: a UK No.8 and Kylie’s first – and solely – Grammy, one among few Aussies to get one. Bonza. DJs ought to head in the direction of Fischerspooner’s effective remix. 

Coming from Kylie’s solely decisive jaunt into city realms, Physique Language, it’s all slimly-veiled euphemism and criss-crossing vocals for this upfront showdown betwixt R&B, hip-hop and synth-pop. Followers have been a bit shaken by her street-bound volte-face, however with the immortal line “You’ll by no means get to heaven in case you’re fearful of getting excessive”, a cheeky reference to Lifeless Or Alive’s You Spin Me Spherical, and a video set within the steamiest site visitors jam ever, it is a shoo-in for the listing. Make sure to try the frighteningly anthemic Whitey remix.

Half-written by Welsh rockers Manic Road Preachers, the lead single from 1997’s Unattainable Princess could not have set the charts ablaze however it’s one of many tracks that first illuminated IndieKylie, so we’re all in. Utilizing James Dean Bradfield’s offbeat strategy of segueing two totally completely different music lyrics collectively, the music aligned the usual 90s alt-rock set-up – very indie – with some neat pop manufacturing – very Kylie – to nice impact. What for NME was “supremely irritating” garnered 4 stars in Music Week. Bloody music critics, eh? 

Following within the wake of the phenomenon that was CGYOOMH was by no means going to be a simple activity, however this club-friendly summation of obsession and temptation did a greater than first rate job, even when its launch was stalled for a month whereas the la-la-la-la-las held the world underneath hypnosis. Containing a sly allusion to Spinning Round, the observe debuted at No.3 within the UK and caught round within the higher tiers for a time, whereas mainland Europeans fell for its charms in a giant means. Its LED-heavy Daybreak Shadforth video is up there, too.

Nonetheless comfortable underneath the relative innocence of the PWL umbrella, now with out Matt Aitken, the main focus shifted to like, love, love for this clean, soulful, underrated single. Finer Emotions was the ultimate single extracted from the oft-ignored Let’s Get To It album. That model was spruced up by soon-to-be common collaborators Brothers in Rhythm, who did their normal sterling work, whereas the observe loved a resurgence in recognition when Kylie launched her K25 celebrations with a sweeping orchestral rendition taken from her Abbey Street Periods album.

Launched in October 1990 as an homage to traditional 70s disco and Motown (“When you’ll be able to’t discover the music to get down and boogie/ All you are able to do is step again in time”), this put Kylie in demi-disco mode, a brand new tack which had been set in movement by the earlier single Higher The Satan You Know. Taking pleasure of place on her Rhythm Of Love album, this overtook What Do I Should Do? because the comply with as much as Higher The Satan… and fared properly: with the assistance of an equally disco-fabulous video, it managed a No.4 inserting within the UK.

From its unashamedly brash manufacturing – the DNA-remixed single model was all bustling beats and rhythmic piano stabs – proper all the way down to Kylie clad head-to-toe in dogtooth within the video, and UK feminine hip hop pioneer Jazzi P’s unforgettable rap section, it’s truthful to say that that is most likely as ‘90s’ because it will get. Whereas Shocked hasn’t essentially aged all that properly, it stays a nostalgic high-point of the interval – plus, in fact, its UK No.6 placement meant Minogue turned the primary artist to have 13 High 10 UK hits in a row.

Two utterly opposing – and equally nice – variations of this music exist. The album model supplied a conflict between joyful home and SAW’s squeaky-clean convivial pop, whereas for the only Brothers in Rhythm reworked the bouncing frivolity right into a hushed, bleepy jam in contrast to something she’d put out. Initially a dancefloor hit for Inside A Dream within the early 90s, Kylie’s take slipped into the UK High 20. It additionally spawned a much-appreciated home remix from Aphrohead and Felix Da Housecat.

Debuting on UK TV pop weekly Motormouth (earlier than a very CRINGE interview with a closely bequiffed Tony Gregory), this triumphant SAW-penned gem spearheaded the marketing campaign for Get pleasure from Your self. Kylie’s cheery supply belied some heartbreakingly bitter, unhappy lyrics but the observe shot up the charts, matching the No.1 success of her two earlier hits. Jose Gonzales’ 2006 acoustic re-imagining reframed the phrases superbly, and issues went a bit meta when his take impressed Kylie’s personal luxurious reiteration on The Abbey Street Periods.

The second single from Kylie was masterminded by Jimmy Harry, who would go on to work with Britney, Pink and Madonna. It arrives innocently sufficient, dressed within the virtuous attire of the traditional lovestruck ballad, however because the refrain pierces this facade, Kylie’s voice is uncooked, intense, and saturated within the ache and frustration of a one-sided break up. Oddly, the video discovered a fiery-haired Kylie disrobing in zero gravity. Nonetheless, one critic surmised that this “noticed its maker mastering the pop ballad,” and we’d agree totally.

Silky, sensual and stylish, this ‘quiet-storm’ R&B from Physique Language sinks its hooks in good and sluggish. An early model – maybe a report exec-fuelled bid for city credibility – known as upon Ludacris, however the official take was an easy show of femininity with Confide In Me-style breathy vocals. One other Daybreak Shadforth video encapsulated the glamour and indulgence of MGM musicals, with lashings of Michael Rooney’s luxurious choreography. Described as the whole lot from “finger-snap funk” to “chill musak”, the music debuted at UK No.6. 

Surging, heraldic brass, stoic Go West-esque chants… right here was a homosexual anthem for the long run. A male refrain alone doesn’t assure such standing, however this discofied call-to-arms was the complete package deal due to Robbie Williams and Man Chambers and our Antipodean princess twirling the baton at its epicentre. Followers adored it (precise protests befell exterior her label’s HQ when it wasn’t chosen as a single). The Homosexual Males’s Refrain additionally sang it exterior Parliament when homosexual marriage was handed.

This breezy, moreish serving of galloping SAW loveliness taken from her 1988 debut album was issued as a Japan-only single and rapidly hexed the whole lot of that Pacific archipelago, spending an unbelievable 10 weeks at No.1. For causes we are able to’t clarify, Pete Waterman selected to move it to Hazell Dean for a doomed UK launch, and X-Issue wannabe’s Identical Distinction had an ill-fated run at it in 2008… however Kylie’s studying far outshines all of them. Its writers agreed, because it appeared on their 2005 compilation Inventory Aitken Waterman Gold.

Anybody of a sure age will recall this beaming bubblegum chart-topper because the music that launched Kylie into orbit, finishing her shift from cleaning soap sweetheart to bona-fide pop starlet. The convenience at which Mike Inventory, Matt Aitken and Pete Waterman made this squeaky clear confection is the stuff of legend, however it stands up as way over simply papery nostalgia. Launched simply after Christmas 1987, it rose to snag the UK prime spot for 5 wonderful weeks, whereas the remainder of Europe welcomed her with open arms. We nonetheless have our cherished 7”.

Unattainable Princess wasn’t precisely raved about on the time, however it’s since gained traction… the ultimate single in Kylie’s tenure with deConstruction reveals why. Co-written with Tender Cell’s Dave Ball, the plush, trancey soundscape first created within the studio was hardly assured to gentle up the charts, so the observe was sped up within the hope {that a} tempo-shift would possibly translate into airplay – which it did, type of. Kylie might breathe a bit simpler as she entered her thirtieth yr a couple of months after launch, having scored a UK No.14. A two-year hits drought would comply with till the brand new millennium spun issues round. 

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Euphoric disco magnificence, with Kylie in full-on diva mode. This digital-only satellite tv for pc from 2007’s underrated X album first appeared by way of dance outfit Laid on a 2006 Mastercuts Funky Home compilation, albeit a barely extra leftfield incarnation. With the assistance of Biffco and the Freemasons’ manufacturing know-how, a nod to New Order and a few dashing synth traces, it was recast as a pure electro-disco banger. Lyrics requesting our devotion – not that she want ask – and a deco-fabulous video meant it ought to have been big, but it solely limped into the decrease echelons of the High 40. 

The In My Arms video introduced the arrival of full-on CyberKylie clad in shutter shades, electrical blue excessive heels and chequered gown, with an intro of buzzing synth-bass, provocative whispers – “How do you describe a sense?” – and a frankly clattering beat. Some in contrast its pleasingly taut synth insignia to Gallic noiseniks Justice, and Kylie actually sounded as ecstatic as ever. The involvement of chart-friendly EDM maestro Calvin Harris, who co-wrote the tune, performed a component in taking this into the High 10 in 13 completely different international locations. Robotic dance-pop perfection. 

Some famous the Daft Punk-themed robots within the Wow video whereas others noticed melodic similarities to Madonna’s early hit Vacation, however having recovered from sickness and returned to music, Kylie was in no temper for petty criticism. The centre-piece of tenth album X didn’t demand pity, or dwell on her struggles; no, this brief, sharp shock, with its rolling piano loop and wah-wah vocal, had its eyes mounted on the ground. Penned by Greg Kurstin (who wrote Adele’s Hey) and common Minogue collaborator Karen Poole, that is funky, industrial electro-pop, and it comfortably infiltrated the UK High 5. 

Not essentially all people’s favorite Kylie music – even her new label Parlophone didn’t hear successful at first – this observe introduced the forlorn princess again into the general public consciousness after an prolonged plateau. Co-written by Paula Abdul (for whom it was initially supposed), the unique demo was a down-tempo affair, a lot in order that producer Mike Spencer dubbed it “a unique music”… however as soon as it had been augmented with a cultured disco design, and with eye-popping gold lamé hotpants within the video, Kylie was propelled again to No.1.

Co-written by Paul Harris from electro duo Soiled Vegas, one half of sister duo Alisha’s Attic (keep in mind them?) and EDM overlord Matt Schwartz, and given the coveted ‘celebrity spot’ on The Voice UK, Timebomb blended pumping disco, squelchy electro, modish manufacturing and that de rigeur ‘Whoop!’ hook to towering impact. Launched as a standalone single in celebration of each 25 years within the enterprise and Kylie’s forty fifth birthday, this three-minute synopsis of all issues DanceKylie stalled at a paltry No.31. There’s no pleasing some folks.

Spinning Round thrust Kylie and her golden posterior again into the limelight, however Mild Years’ second single cemented her return, solely denied a No.1 spot by French home duo Modjo’s mammoth hit Woman (Hear Me Tonight). Written for Swedish star Pandora, whose Euro-house model had lit up golf equipment a yr earlier, this was refashioned for a pop viewers and given the last word high-glamour showcase on the closing ceremony of the Sydney Olympics. The legendary ‘uncut’ model of the steamy Monte Carlo-themed video is but to floor. 

One other of Aphrodite’s singles to get the ground heaving with greater than its fair proportion of hooks, Get Outta My Approach tells the less-than-salubrious story of an unhappy lover goading her ‘zombie’ companion in what the New York Occasions described as “a voyeuristic ménage à trois”. Co-writer Lucas Secon claimed there have been 4 artists queuing as much as lower this tune earlier than Kylie snapped it up, however regardless of this potential, the only can be the observe that halted her run of High 10 hits (excluding the digital-only The One) when it misplaced its steam at No.12. 

The compass was mounted on darker climes as Kylie immersed herself into some marvellously attractive – and marvellously morose – electronica for the pacemaker to 2003’s street-savvy Physique Language. Flexing arpeggios revolve nearly uninterrupted as Kylie’s twin vocals – a falsetto monitoring a whisper – do their damnedest to seduce us over some wickedly sparse accompaniment. Add some novel pool-side choreography and a sultry little Balenciaga quantity within the video, and the tease is full. A return to UK No.1 beckoned, however fairly how such a peculiar tune bought there’s anybody’s guess.

Gushingly grandiose and with a ravey piano line that directed us to the dancefloor, What Do I Have To Do is on the apex of Kylie’s PWL catalogue, and unmistakably SAW, albeit re-energised by the upswell of dance-orientated pop that shepherded within the 90s. Kylie was altering up the gears, and regardless of the backlash towards all squeaky-clean pop, it was turning into acceptable – cool, even – to love Kylie (this even made it into NME’s High 40 tracks of 1991). ClubKylie, it seems, was right here to remain. This was a towering second on Rhythm Of Love, and the High 10 beckoned.

Concocted to advertise the Final Kylie singles assortment, this slick piece of poptronica was Kylie’s first collaboration with new Scissor Sisters friends Jake Shears and Babydaddy, who masterminded the observe (and would go on to do loads extra with Kylie). Pulsing Italo synths met a rolling analogue bassline and dreamy disco accoutrements melted into Blade Runner cool in a very uplifting conflict. There have been laser beams aplenty within the video, the place even Kylie’s eyebrows have been daubed with disco glitter, however philanthropy rightfully gained out when Band Assist 20 beat it to the UK No.1.

Ground-filling keys, a whirling dance-pop backdrop… as the brand new decade bought underway, this was a sea change. Lastly requested about her personal music style (Cathy Dennis and D-Mob), in the end Kylie was nightclub-bound. It supposedly referenced Michael Hutchence, and Nick Cave famous how Kylie’s angelic supply juxtaposed towards the sinister verse held a bone-chilling depth, calling it “one among pop music’s most violent and distressing love lyrics”. This bouncing bastion of dancefloor frivolity took Kylie to the highest throughout Europe and past. 

To make clear, we refer to not the squeaky clear filler from her debut album, however to Fever’s feel-good funky disco divination. Co-written by Kylie with Biffco and launched within the warmth of the summer season, this evoked these Music-Sounds-Higher-With-You moments and blissful sun-worshipping afternoons. Johan Renck’s single-take video with its Tron-like blocking supplied a future-friendly mis-en-scene, with resplendent costumes and choreography doffing a cap to Pet Store Boys. A UK No.2, held at bay by Junkie XL’s Elvis mash-up, A Little Much less Dialog

One of many final songs laid down in the course of the Aphrodite periods, All The Lovers was penned (and part-produced) by Kish Mauve. The singer fell for its euphoric electro-pop really feel, govt producer Stuart Worth agreed it was “a magical music”, and a Kylie traditional was born. Joseph Kahn’s video, filmed in downtown LA and impressed by Spencer Tunick’s nude crowd installations, is an arthouse orgy in underwear; regardless of opposition, Kylie rightly stored the same-sex snogs within the remaining lower. Launched simply after her forty second birthday, it peaked at No. 3 within the UK.

Because the opening gambit that closed out the PWL chapter for good and ushered in a brand new, extra grown-up path for her with deConstruction, Confide In Me actually break up Kylie’s viewers when it crept onto the airwaves again in 1994. The observe’s producers Brothers in Rhythm actually utilised a various toolkit of uncooked supplies in an effort to rustle up this totally mesmeric new sound, marking one more decisive lane-change for Ms Minogue.

Driving strings organized by Will Malone (well-known for Huge Assault’s Unfinished Sympathy) that mirrored 1983’s eerie a capella sleeper hit It’s a Fantastic Day bought all of it going, earlier than the beat – a loop taken from Jimmy Smith’s 1974 cowl of Barry White’s I’m Gonna Love You Simply A Little Bit Extra, Babe – supplied a mattress for an Jap-influenced, siren-like melody and a few cleverly ambiguous lyrics.

Then there’s Kylie solid as name girl-commodity within the extremely sexualised, equally ambiguous video, during which fluro-outfits, warpaint make-up and provocative pop artwork marked a transparent indication that the puppet strings had been properly and actually lower. Nonetheless, the angels wept bitter tears when Confide In Me was stored from the highest of the chart by the vapid marriage ceremony fodder that was Whigfield’s Saturday Evening – one more silver medal for Kylie. 

Sure, it’s the plain selection for No.1, however who might rightly deprive CGYOOMH of its place as Kylie’s most interesting providing to the world as an entire? Not solely was it a phenomenon that by no means appeared to get boring regardless of its ubiquity in golf equipment, retailers, dwelling rooms, automotive stereos and on TV, however it took Kylie someplace new, someplace undeniably hers – someplace actually untouchable.

But whereas this Rob Davis and Cathy Dennis-penned membership traditional is an iconic addition to the annals of pop, serendipity had an necessary half to play. Initially commissioned by music mogul Simon Fuller for teenyboppers S Membership 7 (sure, actually), who apparently handed, it additionally took Sophie Ellis-Bextor’s label to show it down (gulp!), earlier than it lastly reached Kylie. It reportedly took her a mere 20 seconds to grasp the observe’s huge potential.

“I couldn’t even fathom what I used to be listening to,” she mentioned. “It simply… did one thing. I used to be beside myself. Then on the finish of the music, panic set in. I used to be saying ‘Are you positive we’ve bought this music? Don’t inform me that we don’t! Is it secured? Can we’ve got it?’ And we did!” Premiered on the On A Evening Like This tour, the only went on to promote over one million copies, making it Kylie’s highest-selling contribution – and one of many best-selling singles of all time. And we nonetheless can’t get it our of our heads. 

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From tracks taken from her ill-fated collaboration with producer Fernando Garibay to obscure fan-favourites, Kylie’s catalogue is way too good to distil into 40 tracks. Listed here are a couple of that – simply – missed out…



Did It Once more

Obtained To Be Sure


By no means Too Late


Cherry Bomb

Made In Heaven

Harmful Sport

Cease Me From Falling


Cowboy Model

Too Far

Take Me With You


Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi


Like A Drug



Magnetic Electrical

Disco Down

Made Of Glass

Lose Management


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