Kelly Sinkavitch Staff Writer
Four previously unreleased tracks by Kylie Minogue have resurfaced online, according to Digital Spy. And for anyone who has appreciated Minogue's musical journey over the years, you have got to take a listen to these.
The first three tracks were said to be recorded in 2007 as demos for X, Minogue's much anticipated come back album.
'Guess' has a quick drum beat, with a Gloria Estefan throwback sound (because this rhythm IS gonna get us, thank you Miss Minogue). It features Minogue quasi rapping over lyrics like "Guess who's back?" and "Don't be sorry."
As reported by Idolator, 'Love Attack' was written by British songwriter Hannah Robinson. Robinson has also worked with great artists such as Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Icona Pop, The Saturdays, and Lana Del Rey. This electro song proves that Minogue's sound evolution was way before the Lady Gagas of her time. You can even hear a slight influence in Christina Aguilera's 'Elastic Love', a song from her 2010 album Bionic.
'You're Hot' definitely lives up to it's name. This song ended up being of my favorites. It's an interesting take to hear a song being sung about someone who doesn't know the effect that they may have on people. It shows that confidence can be cool (and sexy!)
Finally, I leave the best song for last. According to Pop Justice, 'Living For Your Loving" was recorded back in 1993 by the Rapino Brothers. And, if that name sounds familiar to any Take That fans, it's because they penned their song "Could It Be Magic." It's got a killer chorus and with lyrics like "This time, no lies, I want you to be mine.", What's not to love? Yes Ms. Minogue, we all indeed are 'living for your loving.'
Which song do you like the most? Sound off in the comments below!