Kylie Minogue singles discography

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Kylie Minogue singles discography
A Caucasian woman wearing a red dress, a red hat while performing on stage
Minogue performing on her Golden Tour (2018)
Singles74
Promotional singles14
Other charted songs9

The singles discography of Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue consists of 74 singles (eight as a featured artist) and fourteen promotional recordings.

Minogue's music career began as a result of her popularity in Neighbours, an Australian soap opera. After an impromptu performance with the cast of the show, she signed to Mushroom Records in 1987. That same year, she released a cover of the Little Eva song "Locomotion". It spent seven weeks on top of the ARIA Singles Chart and became the highest-selling single of the 1980s in Australia.[1] "I Should Be So Lucky", her second single, became a worldwide number one, topping the UK Singles Chart for five consecutive weeks. Later, in 1988, she signed with PWL Records for releases in the United Kingdom, and based herself there as a result. Her debut album, Kylie, produced several singles. A re-recorded version of "The Loco-Motion" saw peaks in the top ten of the charts it entered, while "Got to Be Certain" and "Je ne sais pas pourquoi" peaked in the top twenty in the majority of the charts they entered. Minogue released three additional albums with PWL. The singles "Hand on Your Heart" and "Tears on My Pillow", released from Enjoy Yourself (1989), topped the charts in the UK. Minogue took a mature turn in the 1990 release of Rhythm of Love. All singles from the album peaked within the top twenty in the United Kingdom and Australia. Her next album, 1991's Let's Get to It, also spawned singles which peaked within the top twenty in the United Kingdom and Australia. By 1992, Minogue had completed her recording contract with PWL Records. She decided not to renew it, after which a Greatest Hits was released. The album produced two top thirty singles, "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" and "Celebration". In 1993, Minogue signed with Deconstruction Records. Three singles were released from the eponymous Kylie Minogue, with "Confide in Me" topping the Australian singles chart and peaking at number two in the UK. However, none of the singles taken from Impossible Princess peaked in the top ten of any of the charts they entered. "Did It Again", the second single, was the most successful from the album, charting at 15 and 14 in Australia and the UK respectively.

After being dropped from Deconstruction due to low sales in 1998, Minogue signed with Parlophone Records in April 1999. She released "Spinning Around" in 2000, which debuted at number one in the UK. This earned Minogue a place in the Guinness Book of World Records, for the first female Australian singer to debut at number one in the UK.[2] The album that followed, Light Years, spawned singles which achieved the top twenty in the UK and Australia. In 2001, she released the single, "Can't Get You Out of My Head", from the album Fever. It topped the charts in Australia, New Zealand, UK, and most of Europe. Another single, "Come into My World", gave Minogue her first Grammy Award in 2004 (for Best Dance Recording). In 2003, the single "Slow", from Body Language, became another number-one single in the UK. In 2004, she released another greatest hits package named Ultimate Kylie. The single "I Believe in You" reached the top five in the UK. In May 2005, after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she went on medical leave. After returning to full health, Minogue released her tenth studio album X in 2007. It produced five singles, including the Australian number one single "2 Hearts", and the top twenty single "Wow". Her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite in 2010 spawned the top-three single, "All the Lovers". In 2014, she released the singles, "Into the Blue", and "I Was Gonna Cancel" from her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once.

To date, Minogue has sold more than 80 million records worldwide.[3][4][5] She has sold over 10.1 million singles in the United Kingdom alone, making her the 12th best-selling singles artist and the 3rd best-selling female artist in UK history.[6] She has 10 Australian and 7 UK number-ones, along with 11 UK number-twos. In total, she has 34 UK top ten hits.

As lead artist[edit]

1980s[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
AUS
[7]
AUT
[8]
FRA
[9]
GER
[10]
IRE
[11]
NZ
[12]
SWI
[13]
UK
[14]
US
[15]
US
Dance

[16]
"Locomotion"[a] 1987 1 8 Non-album single
"I Should Be So Lucky" 1 4 4 1 1 3 1 1 28 10 Kylie
"Got to Be Certain" 1988 1 9 6 4 2 8 2
"The Loco-Motion"[a] 3 5 3 1 2 2 3 12
"Je ne sais pas pourquoi" 11 15 14 2 9 24 2
"Especially for You"
(with Jason Donovan)
2 12 3 10 1 2 2 1 Ten Good Reasons
"It's No Secret" 47 37 Kylie
"Turn It into Love"[b]
"Hand on Your Heart" 1989 4 8 17 1 15 6 1 Enjoy Yourself
"Wouldn't Change a Thing" 6 19 24 21 27 2
"Never Too Late" 14 26 45 1 27 23 4
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

1990s[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
AUS
[7]
AUT
[8]
FRA
[9]
GER
[10]
IRE
[11]
NZ
[12]
SWI
[13]
UK
[14]
US
[15]
US
Dance

[16]
"Tears on My Pillow" 1990 20 31 2 23 1 Enjoy Yourself
"Better the Devil You Know" 4 27 13 24 4 27 21 2 Rhythm of Love
"Step Back in Time" 5 23 36 4 21 29 4
"What Do I Have to Do" 1991 11 50 48 7 6
"Shocked" 7 2 6
"Word Is Out" 10 8 16 Let's Get to It
"If You Were with Me Now"
(with Keith Washington)
23 61 7 4
"Give Me Just a Little More Time" 1992 24 51 6 2
"Finer Feelings" 60 16 11
"What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" 17 81 22 14 Greatest Hits
"Celebration" 21 11 20
"Confide in Me" 1994 1 10 50 12 12 20 2 39 Kylie Minogue
"Put Yourself in My Place" 11 87 11
"Where Is the Feeling?" 1995 31 16
"Where the Wild Roses Grow"
(with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds)
2 4 37 12 6 11 11 11 Murder Ballads
"Some Kind of Bliss" 1997 27 46 22 Impossible Princess
"Did It Again" 15 14
"Breathe" 1998 23 14
"Cowboy Style" 39
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

2000s[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
AUS
[7]
AUT
[8]
FRA
[9]
GER
[10]
IRE
[11]
NZ
[12]
SWI
[13]
UK
[14]
US
[15]
US
Dance

[16]
"Spinning Around" 2000 1 28 62 4 2 34 1 Light Years
"On a Night Like This" 1 69 72 16 35 51 2
"Kids"
(with Robbie Williams)
14 47 9 5 35 2
"Please Stay" 15 34 10
"Your Disco Needs You" 2001 20 70 31 27 152
"Can't Get You Out of My Head" 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 Fever
"In Your Eyes" 2002 1 22 24 18 6 18 8 3
"Love at First Sight" 3 29 33 16 7 9 22 2 23 1
"Come into My World" 4 59 78 47 11 20 66 8 91 20
"Slow" 2003 1 20 45 8 5 9 18 1 91 1 Body Language
"Red Blooded Woman" 2004 4 23 33 16 9 19 15 5 24
"Chocolate" 14 58 69 43 26 53 6
"I Believe in You" 6 4 35 12 9 29 6 2 3 Ultimate Kylie
"Giving You Up" 2005 8 45 27 20 40 6
"2 Hearts" 2007 1 14 15 13 12 34 10 4 X
"Wow" 2008 11 73 15 41 10 51 5
"In My Arms" 35 16 10 8 15 10 10
"All I See" 3
"The One" [c] 36
"Lhuna"
(with Coldplay)
2009 Non-album single
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

2010s[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
AUS
[7]
AUT
[8]
FRA
[9]
GER
[10]
IRE
[11]
NZ
[12]
SWI
[13]
UK
[14]
US
[15]
US
Dance

[16]
"All the Lovers" 2010 13 5 3 10 6 6 3 1 Aphrodite
"Get Outta My Way" 69 61 29 41 33 61 12 1
"Better than Today" 55 63 32 1
"Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)" 2011 50 38 93 1
"Timebomb" 2012 12 58 46 56 26 33 31 1 K25 Time Capsule
"Flower" 96 The Abbey Road Sessions
"Limpido"
(with Laura Pausini)
2013 66 20 - The Greatest Hits
"Into the Blue" 2014 46 37 47 31 9 32 12 1 Kiss Me Once
"I Was Gonna Cancel" 59 5
"Crystallize" 139 88 60 Non-album single
"Only You"
(with James Corden)
2015 155 Kylie Christmas
"100 Degrees"
(with Dannii Minogue)
"Every Day's Like Christmas"
"At Christmas" 2016 Kylie Christmas:
Snow Queen Edition
"Wonderful Christmastime"
(with Mika)
"Dancing" 2018 46 23 71 [d] 38 1 Golden
"Stop Me from Falling" [e] 111 52
"Golden" [f]
"A Lifetime to Repair" [g]
"Music's Too Sad Without You"
(with Jack Savoretti)
[h]
"Sincerely Yours"[64][65]
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

As featured artist[edit]

List of singles as featured artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
AUS
[7]
AUT
[8]
FRA
[9]
GER
[10]
IRE
[11]
NZ
[12]
SWI
[13]
UK
[14]
US
[15]
US
Dance

[16]
"Keep on Pumpin' It"
(Visionmasters and Tony King featuring Kylie Minogue)
1991 49 Non-album single
"GBI (German Bold Italic)"
(Towa Tei featuring Kylie Minogue)
1998 50 63 Sound Museum
"Sometime Samurai"
(Towa Tei featuring Kylie Minogue)
2005 Flash
"Higher"
(Taio Cruz featuring Kylie Minogue)
2010 25 3 7 3 7 5 4 8 1 Rokstarr
"Beautiful"
(Enrique Iglesias featuring Kylie Minogue)
2014 47 Sex and Love
"Right Here, Right Now"
(Giorgio Moroder featuring Kylie Minogue)
2015 147 [i] 1 Déjà Vu
"The Other Boys"
(Nervo featuring Kylie Minogue, Jake Shears and Nile Rodgers)
1 Collateral
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

As assemble[edit]

List of singles as assemble, with selected chart positions
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications
AUS
[71]
AUT
[72]
GER
[73]
IRE
[11]
NZ
[12]
SWE
SWI
[13]
UK
[14]
"A World Without Music"[74]
(amongst Hearing Aid)
1985
"Do They Know It's Christmas?"
(amongst Band Aid II)
1989 30 74 1 8 15 1
"Monkey Man"[76]
(with The Wiggles)
2009
"Everybody Hurts"
(amongst Helping Haiti)
2010 28 23 16 1 17 21 16 1
"We Are One"[78]
(with Verbal)
2011
"God Only Knows"
(amongst BBC Music and Friends)
2014 77 20
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Dance

[16]
US
Electro

[79]
"I Guess I Like It Like That" 1991 Let's Get to It
"Too Far" 1998 Impossible Princess
"Butterfly" 2001 14 Light Years
"Secret (Take You Home)"[j] 2004 Body Language
"Promises"[k]
"Whistle"
(with múm)
2013 Jack & Diane
"Skirt" 1 18 Non-album single
"Sexercize" 2014 30 Kiss Me Once
"Golden Boy"
"Million Miles"[l] Kiss Me Once
"Sexy Love"[m]
"Absolutely Anything and Anything at All" 2015 Absolutely Anything
"This Wheel's on Fire" 2016 Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie
"Raining Glitter"[n] 2018 Golden

Guest appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"The Reflex" 1999 Ben Lee Undone: The Songs of Duran Duran
"What You Waiting For" 2018 Sigala Brighter Days

Other charted songs[edit]

List of songs, with selected chart positions
Title Year Charts Certifications Album
AUS
[7]
CAN
[89]
FRA
[9]
UK
[14][90]
"White Diamond" 2007 114 X
"Magnetic Electric" 176
"Speakerphone" 2008 87
"Santa Baby" 2010 38 A Kylie Christmas
"Let It Snow"
"Black and White"
(with Fernando Garibay featuring Shaggy)
2015 140 Kylie + Garibay
"If I Can't Have You"
(with Fernando Garibay featuring Sam Sparro)
168
"Your Body"
(with Fernando Garibay featuring Giorgio Moroder)
174
"Night Fever" 2016 159 Kylie Christmas: Snow Queen Edition
"—" denotes a title that did not chart.

Songwriting credits[edit]

Song Year Artist Album
"Love Traffic" 1990 Dannii Minogue Dannii
"Love Is on the Line" 1995 Edyta Górniak
"Our Lovin'" 1996 Dara Rolins What You See Is What You Get
"Feels So Good" 2002 Atomic Kitten Feels So Good
"You Make Me Feel" 2009 Kish Mauve Black Heart
"Pas Si Loin" 2011 Christophe Willem Prismophonic
"Boys & Girls" 2016 will.i.am featuring Pia Mia
"Love Made Me Do It" 2018 Cheryl

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Minogue first released a cover version of the song, under the title "Locomotion", as her debut single in July 1987, by Mushroom Records. After signing with PWL Records in 1988, she re-recorded the song with producers Stock Aitken & Waterman, titled "The Loco-Motion", which was later included in her debut album Kylie.[17][18]
  2. ^ "Turn It into Love" was only commercially released in Japan, reaching number 34 on the Oricon Singles Chart.[20]
  3. ^ "The One" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number one on the NZ Airplay Chart.[51]
  4. ^ "Dancing" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart, but peaked at number seven on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[55]
  5. ^ "Stop Me from Falling" did not enter the Australian Singles Chart, but peaked at number 32 on the ARIA Digital Tracks Chart.[58]
  6. ^ "Golden" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 22 on the UK Airplay Chart.[59]
  7. ^ "A Lifetime to Repair" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 21 on the UK Airplay Chart.[60]
  8. ^ "Music's Too Sad Without You" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 36 on the UK Airplay Chart, number 17 on the UK Download Singles Chart and number 27 on the UK Indie Singles Chart.[61][62][63]
  9. ^ "Right Here, Right Now" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 74 on the UK Singles Sales Chart.[70]
  10. ^ Released as a promotional single for Body Language, in Taiwan only[80][81]
  11. ^ Released as a promotional single for Body Language, in Ireland only[82]
  12. ^ Released as a radio only promotional single for Kiss Me Once, in Spain solely [83][84][85]
  13. ^ Released as a radio only promotional single for Kiss Me Once, in Australia solely [86][87]
  14. ^ Released as a promotional single for Golden[88]

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