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Album: 100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me) [with Dannii Minogue] - EP

Artist: Kylie Minogue

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2016
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 2016 Firewheel LLP and Kimberly Limited under exclusive licence to Parlophone Records Limited, a

Tracklist For 100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me) [with Dannii Minogue] - EP By Artist Kylie Minogue

Title Artist Time
100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me Kylie Minogue 3:47 USD 1.29
100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me Kylie Minogue 7:24 USD 1.29
100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me Kylie Minogue 7:04 USD 1.29
100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me Kylie Minogue 5:44 USD 1.29

Reviews For 100 Degrees (Still Disco to Me) [with Dannii Minogue] - EP By Artist Kylie Minogue

  • The best!!

    By Dannii Minogue Forever!
  • What's better than one Minogue? Two of course

    By johnandcraig
    I can't get enough of Kylie and her positive upbeat music. Add in some Dannii and you have pure pop gold.
  • Awesome Song!

    By Lysia74
    To each his/her own, but in my opinion, 100 degrees is a great dance song, especially when it is a duet by the Minogue sisters. It is a fun song that gets me up on my toes! I can play it over and over again. Those who criticize Kylie's music, just don't listen. Don't even bother complaining how the song was written. There will always be re-recordings and lyrics tweaking until they've gotten it right, and what they do will certainly not please everyone.

    By The Jake
    Another reviewer canned the song because it was originally a Christmas tune that was reworked to "Disco" instead. The reviewer does not understand the industry. Music is changed, tweaked and can come out to be something completely different to be marketable. The "music" in the track is GREAT!! It's still DISCO any way you look at it baby and DISCO IS KYLIE!!
  • It's still disco to meeee!!!!

    By nderhjs
    I am SO THRILLED they edited this Christmas song to make it appropriate year round!
  • Kylie continues to be lost

    By jumpstudios
    Kylie Minogue continues her misguided steps in the world of pop. After delivering the mediocre "Kiss me Once" she followed it up with the equally meh "kylie Christmas" which featured a mix of holiday standards and a few orginals. One track "100 degrees", a duet with Dannii her sister, was a campy disco tune about it being Christmas no matter how hot it got. For whatever reason the song has been lyrically tweaked and offered again but this time the references to Christmas have been omitted and changed to disco. Not a bad track but one wonders why this is being revisited. kylie has been in free fall for awhile and this is not helping matters.

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