Kylie Minogue's first four albums to be reissued

Albums include hits such as 'I Should Be So Lucky' and 'The Loco-Motion'

Kylie Minogue's first four albums to be reissued

Photo: Getty

Kylie Minogue's first four albums are to be reissued by Pete Waterman's PWL and Cherry Red Records.

Due for release on October 27, it will be the first time 'Kylie', 'Enjoy Yourself', 'Rhythm Of Love' and 'Let’s Get To It' will be back in print since their initial release. Each album will be digitally remastered from original studio tapes and will include a variety of bonus tracks, B-sides and remixes across three editions: Special Edition, Deluxe Edition and Collector's Edition.

"Kylie celebrated 25 years in music a couple of years back, so I went along to see her Anti Tour and to say hello," said Waterman, who served as a producer on each album. "It was a fantastic night, and hearing her do some of these songs then, tracks she probably hadn't sung since she was signed to PWL, was magical. It was obvious just how special they are – for Kylie herself, for all of us worked on them, and for the fans in particular, and more so with time. They've become genuine classics."

The albums were originally released between 1988 and 1991. They include hits such as 'I Should Be So Lucky', 'The Loco-Motion' and 'Hand On Your Heart'.

"Back then, we were making music for the moment, but it's stood the test of time," added Waterman. "That's something special. And that's why we're celebrating with these very special releases. I now know what history means"

In June, Minogue denied reports that she had parted ways with her current record label Parlophone.

Read More On This Artist

More News
St Vincent hosts radio show for BBC 6 Music's 'Three Wise Women' Christmas...
The War on Drugs' Adam Granduciel: 'I didn't like the way Mark Kozelek criticised...
Avril Lavigne denies rumours that she's in rehab
Prince shares lyric video for 'ANOTHERLOVE' - watch
Arctic Monkeys share short documentary film to mark end of 'AM' world tour
Wale and A-Trak release new Seinfeld-themed 'Festivus' mixtape
Madonna asks fans not to listen to her leaked album tracks
Bryan Ferry's son Merlin injured in car crash
One Direction sing 'Santa Claus Is Coming To Town' with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots - watch
Footage emerges of a young Björk telling the nativity story - watch
Kanye West impersonator turns 'Yeezus' into a Christmas album - listen
$39 million settlement reached for 2011 Sugarland stage collapse which killed seven
Darkside's Dave Harrington joined by Antlers' frontman for Joni Mitchell cover - listen
Justin Timberlake joined onstage by country singer Garth Brooks - watch
The National make Christmas cameo in 'Bob's Burgers' - watch
Slipknot share video for 'The Devil In I', filmed live at Knotfest
Joey Bada$$ shares new song 'Curry Chicken' – listen
Pusha T says his new album will be 'smacking people left and right' when it is released...
Future Islands' Samuel T Herring reveals he was hurt by reaction to his Letterman performance
Mark Ronson reveals 'Daffodils' collaboration with Tame Impala's Kevin Parker –...
Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters attacks 'institutionalised brutality' of Guantanamo Bay
Tom DeLonge: 'Blink-182 don't have anything to prove'

More News

Comments

Please login to add your comment.

Latest Tickets - Booking Now
 
Know Your NME
 

 
NME Store & Framed Prints
Inside NME.COM