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Album: What Do I Have to Do? (The Synth Mixes) - EP

Artist: Kylie Minogue

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1991
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 4

  • Copyright: ℗ 1990 KDB PTY Limited under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (UK) Ltd.

Tracklist For What Do I Have to Do? (The Synth Mixes) - EP By Artist Kylie Minogue

Title Artist Time
1
What Do I Have to Do? Kylie Minogue 3:44 USD 1.29
2
What Do I Have to Do? Kylie Minogue 7:30 USD 1.29
3
What Do I Have to Do? Kylie Minogue 7:09 USD 1.29
4
What Do I Have to Do? Kylie Minogue 8:42 USD 1.29

Reviews For What Do I Have to Do? (The Synth Mixes) - EP By Artist Kylie Minogue

  • How can I prove that I really love you?

    5
    By Cael Jones
    Well, if Kylie were to ask that question to her fans, this release would probably be one of the top responses. The second track made the rounds on the internet in a low quality mp3 for years. This release takes the original version of the song, one previously lost, and remastered it for a proper release that is well overdue. As my favorite 'early' Kylie single, I've waited for this for years, but to have three additional unreleased mixes released as well made this release more than well worth the wait. If you love this song, or even so much as like, download this immediately! Well worth the price.

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