Greatest Remix Hits (album series)

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Greatest Remix Hits
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Cover of Greatest Remix Hits 1. Other versions' cover carry similar style of design.
Remix album series by Kylie Minogue
Released 15 September 1998 (1998-09-15)
Recorded 1987-1992
Genre Various

Greatest Remix Hits is a series of remix albums by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It contains four volumes of remixes of material from Minogue's studio albums with Pete Waterman Entertainment from 1987 to 1992.

Background and release[edit]

The "Intimate & Live" tour set new benchmarks in pop concerts in Australia.[weasel words] Housed in small venues, the show ran for 24 dates around Australia, and three further dates in the UK. After the success of the "Intimate & Live" tour, a double CD and video was to follow containing the entire show. A television special was aired on Channel 10. Two new Greatest Remix Hits compilations were released, this time showcasing some of the more elusive fan requested remixes, as well as the "Impossible Remixes" collection, featuring remixes by Todd Terry, Brothers In Rhythm, Sash and Junior Vasquez of some of the tracks from "Impossible Princess".[1]

The series are distributed by Warner Music Australia.

Originally released exclusively in Japan in 1993, the collection was re-released by Mushroom Records in 1997 in Australia with new cover art.The album contained rare and previously unavailable remixes of songs from Minogue's studio albums with PWL from 1987 to 1992.

The album peaked at #67 on the ARIA albums chart.[2]

One song on this set, I Am The One For You, was never released before this. The album peaked at #66 on the Australian ARIA albums chart.[2]

Track listings[edit]

Greatest Remix Hits 1[edit]

Greatest Remix Hits 2[edit]

Greatest Remix Hits 3[edit]

Greatest Remix Hits 4[edit]

External links[edit]


  1. ^ Staff writer(s) (3 August 2002). "Kylie Minogue Special". Rage. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 15 September 2015. 
  2. ^ a b Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988-2010. Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing.