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KYLIE MINOGUE - BODY LANGUAGE (CD)

On her umpteenth album, Australian diva Kylie Minogue continues to dish out the dance-floor-ready tunes. Following up her international hit, "Can't Get You Out of My Head," Minogue isn't content to rehash that song; instead, she wraps herself in a luxurious robe of electro-beats and dreamy synthesizers. BODY LANGUAGE starts off with the sensual "Slow," a remarkably spare song that glides along on simple synth lines, bubbling beats, and, of course, Minogue's airy coo. This formula works well on other tracks, including the saucy "Secret (Take You Home)," the celebratory "Sweet Music," and the Bjork-like "Someday." Minogue also dips into past decades on certain tracks, such as the 1980s-inspired, vocoder-laced pop of "Still Standing" and the '70s guitar-driven funk of "I Feel for You." Throughout the album, Minogue works her BODY LANGUAGE with giddy pleasure, easily putting most of her contemporaries to shame.  On her umpteenth album, Australian diva Kylie Minogue continues to dish out the dance-floor-ready tunes. Following up her international hit, "Can't Get You Out of My Head," Minogue isn't content to rehash that song; instead, she wraps herself in a luxurious robe of electro-beats and dreamy synthesizers. BODY LANGUAGE starts off with the sensual "Slow," a remarkably spare song that glides along on simple synth lines, bubbling beats, and, of course, Minogue's airy coo. This formula works well on other tracks, including the saucy "Secret (Take You Home)," the celebratory "Sweet Music," and the Bjork-like "Someday." Minogue also dips into past decades on certain tracks, such as the 1980s-inspired, vocoder-laced pop of "Still Standing" and the '70s guitar-driven funk of "I Feel for You." Throughout the album, Minogue works her BODY LANGUAGE with giddy pleasure, easily putting most of her contemporaries to shame.  On her umpteenth album, Australian diva Kylie Minogue continues to dish out the dance-floor-ready tunes. Following up her international hit, "Can't Get You Out of My Head," Minogue isn't content to rehash that song; instead, she wraps herself in a luxurious robe of electro-beats and dreamy synthesizers. BODY LANGUAGE starts off with the sensual "Slow," a remarkably spare song that glides along on simple synth lines, bubbling beats, and, of course, Minogue's airy coo. This formula works well on other tracks, including the saucy "Secret (Take You Home)," the celebratory "Sweet Music," and the Bjork-like "Someday." Minogue also dips into past decades on certain tracks, such as the 1980s-inspired, vocoder-laced pop of "Still Standing" and the '70s guitar-driven funk of "I Feel for You." Throughout the album, Minogue works her BODY LANGUAGE with giddy pleasure, easily putting most of her contemporaries to shame.