I'm sure no1curr, but this is my favorite pop album of the 2000s. Body Language is such a stylish and sexy album, and, most importantly, it doesn't feel forced at all. Kylie possesses effortless sex appeal that most pop stars actually lack, imho. That sex appeal shines through in her music and especially in this album. Her airy voice along with those great beats is just heavenly to me. While it didn't match the success of its predecessor, Fever, (which is also a great pop album) it did spawn a few hits, such as "Slow", "Red Blooded Woman" and "Chocolate."
Post by Dammn Baby on Oct 25, 2012 23:44:36 GMT -5
This album has aged very well. Some of her sexiest, most spontaneous numbers on here - including the slinky "Obsession" and "Secret (Take You Home)" and the lithe, celebratory "Sweet Music". "Still Standing" and "Slow" have Prince influences.
Agree about the B-sides, too. "City Games" and "Cruise Control" are top notch. And "Slo Motion" (Aussie bonus track) is a nice slice of Fever-ish seduction. I hated "Almost a Lover" though.
Post by crystalphnx98 on Jun 12, 2013 18:01:40 GMT -5
ranking Kylie's albums would be nearly impossible, there's stuff to love about every one of them, so I'm not even gonna attempt that.
I remember being horrified the first time I heard a snippet of "Slow" online - Fever was the album that made me a Kylie fan, so I was hoping/expecting more of the same style on the follow-up album...now, "Slow" EASILY ranks among my Top 20 favorite Kylie tunes. such a deliciously sexy track. <3
favorite tracks on BL = "Slow", "Red Blooded Woman", "Chocolate" (obvious picks, I know), "Secret (Take You Home)", "Sweet Music", "Slo Motion"
"you'll never get to heaven if you're scared of getting hiiiiiigh..."
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