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Kylie's 'pulsing Dolly Parton' comeback
Kylie Minogue's comeback single is a "pulsing Dolly Parton electro anthem".
The Australian hitmaker is poised to released her eleventh studio album 'Aphrodite' and it has been given the seal of approval by Scissor Sisters singer Jake Shears - who reckons it instantly makes his "hands go in the air"
Of Kylie's new single 'All The Lovers', he said: "I think it's one of the best records she's made. It's pure Kylie and the songs put a giant smile on your face. The lead single sounds like a pulsing Dolly Parton electro anthem. It's got a very anthemic, beautiful quality to it and it's very uplifting."
He added: "And the last song on the album is the gayest, most loved-up track that you could be off your face and fall in love with somebody on the dancefloor to.
"Instantly my hands go in the air when I hear it."
The singer co-wrote another track on the album, which he is also excited about, adding: "There's just one song on there I wrote with her and Calvin Harris called 'It's Too Much'. I just heard it all last week and it's absolutely fantastic."
Jake's songwriting is in demand at present, as also penned a track for the new Mark Ronson album, which he hopes will be included in the album's final tracklisting.
He added to BBC news: "I've got a song on there, I think, that I co-wrote with him and Cathy Dennis. I think Boy George sings it, from what I understand.
"I think his record is going to be very different, it's unclassifiable."
Jake will also make a comeback with Scissor Sisters, who will release their third album 'Night Work' on June 28.Posted on 7 May 2010 16:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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