|Studio album by Dannii Minogue|
|Released||22 October 1990 (Australia)|
|Producer||Alvin Moody, Vincent Bell, Andy Whitmore, Emma Freilich, Les Adams, Dancin' Danny D|
|Dannii Minogue chronology|
Dannii is the debut album by Australian singer Dannii Minogue. It was released by Mushroom Records in October 1990 for the Australian market. The album was released in Japan under the title "Party Jam," and later released in the European market with a slightly altered track listing, and entitled Love and Kisses.
- "Party Jam" (Australian album version) (Vincent Bell, Isles, Alvin Moody)
- "Call to Your Heart" (Australian album version) (Arderley, Moody)
- "So Hard to Forget" (Gale, Hairston)
- "Love and Kisses" (Original mix) (Moody)
- "Work" (Bell, Dukes, Isles, Moody)
- "Love Traffic" (Kylie Minogue, Moody)
- "Success" (Original mix) (Minogue, Moody)
- "I Don't Wanna Take This Pain" (Bel, Isles, Moody)
- "Attitude" (Moody)
- "True Lovers" (Original mix) (Bell, Moody)
|Australian Albums (ARIA)||24|
These are the formats of major album releases of Dannii:
|Release format||Country||Cat. no.||Release date|
|CD album||Australia||TVD93333||October 1990|
|Vinyl album||Australia||TVT93333||October 1990|
|Cassette album||Australia||TVC93333||October 1990|
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- "Dannii Cassette album". Eil.com. Retrieved 27 November 2007.
- DanniiMusic.com - official website.