Kylie Minogue ‎– Feel The Fever Interview CD 2001

Parlophone ‎– FEVER 03
CD, Promo


1 Ambience 0:23
2 So Here We Are, At The End Of October 2001, With Your First Single From Your New Album At Number One Just About Everywhere And The Album Taking Off All Through Europe! How Does That Feel? 0:28
3 When Parlophone Records/EMI Music Signed You Before "Light Years", Some Trendy Music Journalists Thought It Was A Bad Idea; Though That Your Career Was Over. Were You Worried? 0:47
4 You Are Now An International Brand And Everybody Just Calls You "Kylie" - No "Minogue". A Team Of People Helped Develop That Brand, And I Guess Being Just Kylie Makes Autographs Easier... 0:56
5 The First Single "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" Has Absolutely Taken Over The World! It Seems To Mean So Much To So Many Different Listeners 0:39
6 Hold Music Under And Segue To 0:32
7 There Are 8 Or 9 Songs On This Album That Could Be Hit Singles. That Means You'll Be Singing Them For Years! 0:16
8 Biffco, Biff Stannard And Jules Gallagher In Dublin Had A Big Hand In This Album. How Is It Working With Those Guys? 0:38
9 Lot's Of Tracks Have Great Production Ideas. On Love At First Sight, The Backing Seems To "Disappear" - Then The Voice Comes In And Picks It Up. It's A Good Combination Of Retro Sounds And Modern Technology. 0:29
10 Do You Hear All The Production Tricks As You Are Singing, Or Is The Finished Track A Surprise? 0:50
11 Are You Happier With Your Vocal Style And Technique Nowadays? 0:55
12 You Have A Website? ( With A "Soap" Story Running. (Feel The Fever), And Updates On What You're Doing. Are You Web Wise? 0:47
13 A Major UK Tabloid Newspaper, (The Sun) Called You "The Queen Of Pop", SinceYou Beat Michael Jackson To The Number One Spot In The Charts. 0:13
14 So, Having Flown Around The Screen As The Fairy In Moulin Rouge For Baz Luhrman, Do You Want To Go Back To Film Acting? 1:57
15 So, If You Were Making A Film Tomorrow, Who Would You Co-Star Be: George Clooney Or Alan Rickman? 0:19
16 So, You Are Travelling Around The World, And Especially Europe, A Lot At The Moment. Do You Get To See Much Of Each Place? 0:43
17 Track One, More More More, Is A Real Late Seventies/Early Eighties Disco Dream - Sister Sledge Meet Kool And The Gang 0:33
18 How Do The Sounds On This Record Differ From How They Were On Light Years? More Or Less Retro? 0:52
19 On The Track Burning Up, There's A Lot Of Key Changing, Plus A Little Vocoder Figure. Was It Hard To Sing? 0:25
20 There Isn't A Big Ballad On Fever..... 0:36
21 So, The Glamorous Pop Star Icon Conquers The World. But What's The Worst Part? Early Morning Radio Interviews? Hours Of Make Up? Airport Delays? 1:06
22 For The First Time, You've Worked Closely In The Studio With A Woman, Cathy Dennis (Who Co-Wrote Can't Get You Out Of My Head And Dancefloor, Having Already Been A Chart Act In Her Own Right With Touch Me (UK Number 5, 1991), Waterloo Sunset (UK Number 11, 1997) And 10 Other UK Hits). How Was That? 1:06
23 Now Then, The Video For Can't Get You Out Of My Head. It's Caused A Lot Of Lets Say, Interest, Among Viewers (Particularly The White Outfit)..... 2:02
24 Now, Seeing You On Video Is Fine. Hearing You On Radio Is Fine. But Many Thousands Of People Want To See You Live. You Announced A UK Arena Tour Recently. What Can We Look Forward To Seeing? And Will The Rest Of The World See You? 1:20

Companies, etc.



These audio cuts come from an interview between Kylie Minogue and Tony Hale in Milan on sunday 21st October 2001.

They were recorded in a restaurant, which accounts for some background sound. (if you wish to be "in" the restautrant with Kylie, a "buzz" track of ambience is at the beginning - you can mix this in with your questions). Notes on subject matter are given before the Ins and Outs and suggested tracks from the CD Fever are listed where appropriate.

See insert for running details.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L047
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 15F9
  • Matrix / Runout: EMI UDEN FEVER 03 @ 1 1-1-2-NL