Kylie is collaborating with Basement Jaxx, Dua Lipa and more on 'DISCO' remix album
The pop star has also announced she will be leaving London after 30 years
Kylie Minogue is re-releasing her hit 2020 album 'DISCO', this time featuring collaborations with Basement Jaxx, Dua Lipa, Purple Disco Machine and more.
The Aussie pop sensation released the original record in November 2020 and has recently announced the re-released version, 'DISCO: Guest List Edition' will be out on November 12.
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Her original record 'DISCO' was her fifteenth studio effort and topped the UK charts in 2020. This has given Kylie an impressive title of having chart-topping releases every decade for five decades.
On Twitter, Kylie wrote: “On November 12th we’re heading back to the dance floor with 'DISCO: Guest List Edition' with @yearsandyears, @jessieware, @dualipa and the legendary @gloriagaynor... Join us!!!!”
On November 12th we’re heading back to the dance floor with ✨DISCO: Guest List Edition ✨ with @yearsandyears, @jessieware, @dualipa and the legendary @gloriagaynor!!!! https://t.co/J2KQLxh6Dn … Join us!!!! 💓💓💓💓 pic.twitter.com/vG79EBVxgE— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) October 5, 2021
Dua Lipa contributed to the already released Studio 2054 remix of ‘Real Groove’, as well as the Initial Talk rework.
Basement Jaxx, Purple Disco Machine, Syn Cole, and others provide remixes and extended mixes to the upcoming ‘Guest List Edition.'
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In addition to the announcement of her new re-release, Kylie Minogue is also set to move back to Australia after three decades of living in the UK.
Her representative told The Evening Standard: “This won’t really change anything in Kylie’s life, apart from where she has chosen to call her home. Her love for London and the UK remains undiminished and she will still be here a lot.”
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You can pre-order/pre-save the album here and see the full tracklist below.
02. Miss A Thing
03. Real Groove
04. Monday Blues
06. Say Something
07. Last Chance
08. I Love It
09. Where Does the DJ Go?
10. Dance Floor Darling
12. Celebrate You
13. Till You Love Somebody
14. Fine Wine
15. Hey Lonely
01. A Second to Midnight (With Years & Years)
02. Kiss of Life (With Jessie Ware)
03. Can't Stop Writing Songs About You (With Gloria Gaynor)
04. Real Groove (With Dua Lipa) (Studio 2054 Remix)
05. Say Something (Basement Jaxx Remix)
06. Say Something (F9 Club Mix)
07. Say Something (Syn Cole Extended Mix)
08. Magic (Purple Disco Machine Extended Mix)
09. Real Groove (With Dua Lipa) (Studio 2054 Initial Talk Remix)
10. Dance Floor Darling (Linslee's Electric Slide Remix)
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