By Confused of Cheshire
Kylie goes full circle from Stock-Aitken-Waterman pop princess to Dolly Parton tribute act.
I heart Kylie..
From strength to strength... I love this, it's brave, it's new, it's different... I heart you...
By craig 👌👌
Still Princess of popular I’ve done it again absolutely amazing number one good 🎤🎤💯👱🏻♀️👑😘
Amazing In A Different Way!
By Love. Angel. Music. Baby.
When I first purchased this album I have to admit I wasn't too sure about it, however the more I have listened to it the more it grows on you. I have always been a Kylie fan and it's been a change hearing a more mature reflective sound from the queen of pop.
I would recomend this album one of my faves now.
Fave songs have to be Shelby 68 & Lost Without You.
She sounds just like Shakira she’s defiantly is going to go far good luck from Australia 🇦🇺💜❤️🧡🖤💛💚💙💞💝💓💗💖💘💕❣️
Simply the best
By Ian - Basingstoke
This is, without a shadow of a doubt, the best album Kylie has made. The majority of the songs are brilliant. Pity the lead singles were only minor hits but hey, whatever, a great, number one album all round. Best tracks - A Lifetime to Repair, Shelby ‘68 and the duet with Jack Savoretti, Music’s Too Sad Without You.
Great to have her back.
I’m in Love with Kylie
Well I’ve said it before, but Kylie keeps on changing herself and her music. She has done it again, I’ve only listened to the Dancing, and if that’s anything to go by then the rest of the Album will be fantastic
I can’t stop loving Kylie
Consistent, introspective and enjoyable album
So, she’s back! After KMO (which despite having some good tracks, didn’t quite resonate with me) I was interested to see what Country Kylie would have to offer.
Musically, to me, it’s fairly consistent in its theme, variations of county infused pop, which are different enough from past material to keep delivering something fresh after multiple listens.
Sincerely Yours, Music’s Too Sad Without You, Lost Without You, Every Little Part of Me, offer sounds that veer from the ‘country’ theme, but add more texture and depth.
Vocally, most of the album is in a lower key, which I prefer (KMO was a hard listen at times!). A lot of the vocals are raw and untreated, which works well given the personal nature of the lyrics.
What stops it being a novelty effort (most Kylie fans can name the Kylie incarnations over the years) is the heart and soul she has put into it.
She has delivered a quality album through her songwriting, which is honest, insightful (distanced from ‘boy on the dance floor’ type), and fun and relatable. It’s made clear throughout the album that she is an optimist, loves her family, and loves her fans. Heartwarming.
Personal Highlights: Sincerely Yours, Raining Glitter, Love.
Bugbear: Every Little Part of Me (singing key - in the rafters!)
By gresham flyer
Im obviously in the minority hear ,but this is pretty desperate stuff , god awful voice completly masked (thank god ) by awful synthasised sound was it ever thus .. jesus she`s CRAP