Kylie is consistently on the cutting edge of dance music. All of her singles are remixed by the newest and hottest dance music producers, and in her career she has been worked over by some of the biggest names out there.
The Quick list:
Confide in Me – Philip Damien, Brothers in Rhythm, Justin Warfield (of ‘She Wants Revenge’)
Put Yourself In My Place – Allstar
Where Is The Feeling? – Felix Da Housecat, K-Klass, David Morales
Did It Again – Razor & Guido (There mix is one of my most favorite songs ever), Trouser Enthusiasts, Philip Steir
Breathe – Todd Terry, Nalin & Kane, Sash!
Too Far – Junior Vasquez
Spinning Around – 7th District, Sharp Boys
On A Night Like This – Metro, Bini & Martini, Halo, Motiv8, Rob Searle
Please Stay – Hatiras, Pumpin’ Dolls
Your Disco Needs You – Almighty
Light Years – D-Bop, Futureshock
Butterfly – Illicit, Mark Picchiotti, Craig J, E-Smoove, Trisco, Havoc
Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Tim Deluxe, Mike Rizzo, K&M, Nick Faber, Soulwax, Superchumbo, Peter Rauhofer
In Your Eyes – Roger Sanchez, Saeed & Palash, Jean Jacques Smoothie
Love At First Sight – David Guetta, Joachim Garraud, Kid Creme, Ruff & Jam, Twin, Scumfrog, Wayne G
Come Into My World – Fischerspooner (see the video at the top), Junkie XL, Robbie Rivera
Slow – Chemical Brothers, Radioslave, Medicine8, Synth City,
Red Blooded Woman – Whitey, Play Paul, Narcotic Thrust
Chocolate – EMO, Tom Middleton
I Believe In You – Mylo, Skylark
Giving You Up – Riton, Alter Ego

Beyond that, other album tracks and various songs have been worked on by the likes of Pet Shop Boys, Pete Heller & Terry Farley, Towa Tei, Olive, Rapino Bros, St. Etienne, Razormaid, Marius DeVries, DNA, Spike, Kurtis Mantronik, Wide Boys, DJ Krust, ATFC, Ash Thomas, Teddy Riley, Rob Dougan, Johnny Douglas, Chris Cox, Xenomania, and, of course, Scissor Sisters. Scores of bootleg remixes have been created, and conitnue to be churned out regularly. She was even one of the first artists to release on official mash-up, when she mixed up ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ with New Order’s ‘Blue Monday’. And she shows no sign of slowing down, with her new album rumored to have contributions from the Freemasons, Scissor Sisters, & Boy George, with even more still making offers.

Go Kylie!

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