Released: September 2001
The song that would become Kylie’s signature track (soz ‘I Should Be So Lucky’) was the musical equivalent of a roomful of minimalist Scandinavian furniture. Simple, full of white spaces and workman like, wipe clean surfaces, it was an unmistakably European sound. Built off a simple, Kraut-ish riff, an off-kilter beat and a keyboard sound which would be widely imitated in the decade which followed, in the four minutes of this song Kylie became RoboKylie cooing the hook of “la la la,” like a Rachael the Replicant from Blade Runner as electronic sheep filled a nations musical dreams. (PE)
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