It peaked at number 21 in its third week, but fell outside the top 50 the following week. An accompanying music video was directed by visual artist Nick Egan in Los Angeles , Minogue's first video to have been shot outside of Australia or United Kingdom.
Minogue and the back-up dancers are driving in a red Cadillac throughout Los Angeles. Another shot, which inspired by the artwork of the single, featured Minogue in a green and pink dress dancing in front of the wall of patterns and lights.
Throughout the video, majority of the scenes repeat and has Minogue singing the entire track. The track's first appearance was during her Rhythm of Love Tour , where it was the opening number.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the song. Disco funk. Kylie Minogue. RMD Kylie: La La La. Kylie Minogue's official website. Archived from the original on 15 April Retrieved 5 September Google Books. Retrieved 2 September Music Notes. Obstajajo trije uradni promocijski remixi pesmi. Pesem je zasedla petdeseto mesto francoske lestvice. Zaradi seksualnih tem v videospotu slednjega niso predvajali na televiziji ob sobotah zjutraj.
V naslednjem prizoru se Kylie Minogue zbudi v postelji svojega ljubimca, on pa se ravnokar pripravlja na odhod iz spalnice. As work began on her new music, an early meeting with Deconstruction took place concerning which direction Minogue intended to pursue: "We had two choices—to record pop songs that would sell, or to experiment, let me loose in a field and see what happens.
In an attempt to extend herself as an artist, Minogue took an active role in planning the album and sought out a diverse group of collaborators to work with. They would be inline with what Hadfield referred to as "the re-engineering of Kylie Minogue". Having a chance to express myself and to have something I could call mine. I'm redoing a vocal next week—I never had opportunities like that before. I never heard the song before I recorded it!
I'm actually going through what is normal for an artist. You write or if you're not writing the song, you contribute, involved at every step of the process. Early recording sessions for Kylie Minogue took place in with Saint Etienne and the Rapino Brothers , which were ultimately fruitless as the material trod familiar ground and led Minogue in the wrong direction.
Bob Stanley of Saint Etienne later remarked that her camp "had no idea what they wanted, apart from being different from the SAW stuff," though he expressed his amazement at her "powerful" voice that was masked by SAW's double tracking. The song was then passed to Brothers in Rhythm to rework in their style, giving Kylie her only writing credit on the album.
When word came that Kylie had parted ways with PWL, the duo phoned Deconstruction co-founder Keith Blackhurst—despite no prior experience writing for others. I think at that point of her career her persona was bigger than the music and everybody was kind of willing her to make a more credible record. She had outgrown the pop music she had been making until then. The demo to "Falling" was sent to Deconstruction nonetheless, where it was well-received by Minogue and given to Pete Heller and Terry Farley to rework: "It doesn't really have the same tune in it, for instance, and they haven't put the chorus in, but I suppose that's very modern.
AllMusic described the album as "still dance-pop, there's atmosphere and style in the songs that wasn't there on Let's Get to It. Definitely the start of the second phase of her career. M People-produced piano house. Taking on a more house music vibe, "Where Has the Love Gone? Lyrically, the song tells of Minogue seeking an answer for why her relationship failed.
The next song, "Falling", features a dance-pop production with a synthesized and bass-heavy backing while Minogue's vocals are breathy with large amounts of echo. The song tells of how you can overcome your past and fall in love again. This track revisits the acid jazz style with a prominent brass section over a rhythmic disco drumbeat.
Lyrically, the song is about not taking life for granted and enjoying it to its fullest. It was released exclusively on the Canadian edition of the album. The song was accompanied by an infomercial -like video. The slow tempo dance track, written and produced by Brothers in Rhythm, features Minogue's vocals over layers of strings and drumbeats. The Albums — K25 Time Capsule.
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Let's Get to It The song was featured in the "Smiley Kylie" medley and the "Everything Taboo" medley in the Showgirl tour and " Homecoming tour respectively, which both also contained performances of " Shocked " and " Spinning Around "; in the "Everything Taboo" medley however, the song was cut short and only used one verse and chorus.
More recently, the song was included in several shows performed by Kylie in , most notably the F1 Grand Prix in Singapore, where it served as the second song in the set, following a performance of " Better the Devil You Know ".
The song made an appearance in her Summer shows, in a medley with " Never Too Late ". Aah aah aah, love you, love you Aah aah aah, love you, love you Don't tell me that it's no use Love's always been my excuse Don't tell me it ain't right My heart is my alibi Only you You , you You Get me acting crazy Like I do Do , do Do You say you can't believe it But it's true, ooh, ooh It's true, ooh, ooh What do I have to do to get the message through?
How can I prove that I really love you, love you? What do I have to do to get it through to you?“What Do I Have to Do” is a song performed by Kylie Minogue taken from her third studio album Rhythm of Love (). It was released as the third single on 21 January The song received.