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Love at First Sight - Kylie Minogue

Love at First Sight

Fever
pop dance Kylie Minogue female vocalists Disco


There are two songs with this title. #1 Song from the 1988 album "Kylie". #2 Song from the 2001 album "Fever". "Love At First Sight" is a song by Australian singer and songwriter Kylie Minogue, taken from her eighth studio album Fever (2001). It was written by Kylie Minogue, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Ash Howes and Martin Harrington. It was produced by Richard "Biff" Stannard and Julian Gallagher. After the success of her two previous singles from the album, she continued the release of singles to the North American market. Musically, "Love at First Sight" is a dance-pop song with strong house and europop elements. Lyrically, the song deals with Kylie falling in love with someone "at first sight", hence the title of the single. "Love at First Sight" was released in the UK on 10 June 2002, debuting at #2, and spending a total of twelve weeks in the Top 75, and was also certified Silver for shipments of at least 200,000 copies and sold 183,810 copies. It also became Minogue's third consecutive release to top the UK radio airplay charts. The song received 3,116 plays in one week, breaking the record that she held previously with "Can't Get You Out of My Head." Outside of the UK, the song was also very successful. It reached the Top 10 in Spain, Israel, Hong Kong, Poland, Canada, Hungary & Ireland as well as in many other countries while in Minogue's home country of Australia, the song debuted at #3 on the singles chart. It was certified gold in Australia for sales of over 35,000. The song peaked at number nine in New Zealand, being certificated Gold and shipping over 7500 copies to the country. Due to favorable reception, "Love at First Sight" was released in the United States with a different arrangement mixed by duo Ruff & Jam. Minogue had previously found success on the Billboard Hot 100 with "The Loco-Motion" in 1988 (#3) and "Can't Get You Out of My Head" in 2001 (#7). "Love at First Sight" became her second consecutive release to reach the Top 40 on the Billboard charts, reaching #23. It also performed very well on the Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, where it became Minogue's second song to reach #1 there. In the US, the song has sold more than 134,000 copies, becoming Minogue's second best-selling single in that country according to Nielsen SoundScan. "Love At First Sight" was met with positive reviews from music critics, praising the songs production and lyrical content. The song received chart success worldwide, where it peaked at three in Australia and number two in the United Kingdom. The song was released in the United States, and was successful on the US Hot Dance Club Songs Chart, peaking at number one. The song also peaked in the top ten in another five more countries, and peaked in the top forty in all charting countries. Due to its success, the song was nominated for a Grammy award for Best Dance Recording in 2003, but lost to "Days Go By" by Dirty Vegas. The accompanying music video for "Love At First Sight" was directed by Johan Renck, where it feature Minogue in futuristic area, where it featured back-up dancers. The song was positively received for its futuristic imagery. To date, "Love at First Sight" is Minogue's third highest viewed single, having over 6 million views to date. The song has been performed on majority of her tours. It was first introduced on her KylieFever2002 tour and has recently been performed on her Aphrodite World Tour, where the song was a mash-up with her 2010 song "Can't Beat the Feeling". After being signed to Parlophone in 1999, Minogue released her seventh studio album Light Years (2000) which reestablished her career as a comeback. Around the end of 2000, the A&R of the label Miles Leonard announced she was in production with her eighth studio album Fever, which became her second studio album from Parlophone. Before releasing "Love At First Sight", she released two singles from the album; "Can't Get You Out of My Head" and "In Your Eyes". "Can't Get You Out of My Head" became Minogue's most successful single in her music career, topping the charts in over twenty countries, while "In Your Eyes" was generally successful as well. Then brought the attention of releasing this song as the third single. "Love at First Sight" was written by Kylie Minogue, Richard Stannard, Julian Gallagher, Ash Howes and Martin Harrington. It was produced by Richard "Biff" Stannard and Julian Gallagher. The song was recorded in Dublin, Ireland at the Biffco Studios. Stannard also contributes backing vocals to the song. It was announced by Parlophone that "Love At First Sight" would become the third single from the album, but the second for the United States and Canada and the previous single "In Your Eyes" would only get a club release there. The song is also present in Dance Dance Revolution Max 2 for the PlayStation 2, as well as the "TwinMasterplan Mix" in the arcade and Japanese home versions of Dance Dance Revolution Supernova. Musically, "Love At First Sight" is a fast-paced dance-oriented song. According to many sources, the song incorporates many elements of europop, dance-pop and disco influences. According to MusicNotes.com, which was published by EMI Music Publishing, the song is written the key note of G Major. In vocal range, Minogue's vocals span from the key note of B3 to the key note of D5, while the piano range spans from the key note of C2 to the note of D5. The song is set in a moderately fast paced dance song with a tempo of 126 beats per minute. According to the website, the songs composition is set as a pop and dance song. Jason Thompson from PopMatters said the song "opens itself up to the listener with a sexy as hell melody and is one of the sexiest, funkiest classic disco songs that never was . . . until now.' Jacqueline Hodges from BBC Music compared the song to Modjo. Lyrically, the song talks about falling in love with someone "at first sight", hencing the title of the song. The song has been known as a cliche as well, due to its title. According to Jacqueline Hodges from BBC Music, she said along with the title track "Fever"; "use tempting lyrics and suggestive panting to underpin a none-too-subtle good time agenda." Parlophone had released the single in the United Kingdom in 2002 as the third single. They released it through Ireland as well. Warner Music Group later released the single in Australia as a digital download, while Mushroom released the single physically in Australia and New Zealand. With the success of the single, Love At First Sight was released in the United States and Canada by Capitol in 2002. A digital download was released as well. Parlophone released it through the United Kingdom and Ireland. Capitol released the single through the United States and Canada as the Ruff & Jam US Radio Mix as its lead single version. . The single was later released by EMI in the rest of Europe. Warner Music Group released the digital download in Australia with remixes and the single, however, Warner Music didn't additionally released the digital single in New Zealand, as a result only receiving the single physically or through Kylie's 2002 album Fever. The US remix was released online in the United States the same year, then released the single through Canada. It additionally got released in the United Kingdom the following. The artwork of the single is taken from a photo shoot for Minogue's LoveKylie underwear range. It features Minogue nude against a blue background with her name nor the single's name present, resulting in a sticker being on the front cover. This version was released in most territories. In some territories, a different version was released featuring Kylie resting against a supported glass in red lighting. The US and Canadian single featured Kylie wearing a pink t-shirt. A vinyl was also released. The video for "Love at First Sight" was directed by Johan Renck, and was shot on a virtual set in Dublin, Ireland in May 2002. It features Minogue and several others dancing in a futuristic setting while she sings the song, with an abundance of rotoscoped effects overlayed throughout. Large portions of the video were filmed in a single take.


Kylie Minogue (born May 28, 1968, in Melbourne, Australia) is an Australian pop singer who rose to fame after starring in the Australian TV soap Neighbours. Whilst her cover of The Loco-Motion in 1987 reached the Australian #1 spot, it was the Stock Aitken Waterman 'hit factory' which produced her first UK chart-topper, I Should Be So Lucky, in 1988. Throughout the late 1980s, Minogue was a phenomenon in both Australia and the UK, and also saw success in Asia and Europe. Show more ...

Love at First Sight - Kylie Minogue

Thought that I was going crazy
Just having one those days yeah
Didn't know what to do
Then there was you

And everything went from wrong to right
And the stars came out to fill up the sky
The music you were playing really blew my mind
It was love at first sight

'Cause baby when I heard you
For the first time I knew
We were meant to be as one...

Was tired of running out of luck
Thinking 'bout giving up yeah
Didn't know what to do
Then there was you

And everything went from wrong to right
And the stars came out to fill up the sky
The music you were playing really blew my mind
It was love at first sight

'Cause baby when I heard you
For the first time I knew
We were meant to be as one (to be as one)...

Baby when I heard you
For the first time I knew
We were meant to be as one...

Everything went from wrong to right
And the stars came out and filled all the sky
The music you were playing really blew my mind
It was love at first sight

Love at first sight
Love at first sight
Love...
Ouhh, it was love, it was love at first sight

'Cause baby when I heard you
For the first time I knew
We were meant to be as one (to be as one)...

'Cause baby when I heard you
For the first time I knew
We were meant to be as one...

It was love, it was love, it was love, it was love
Ouhh, it was love, it was love, it was love, it was love
Ouhh, it was love, it was love, it was love, it was love



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