Love At First Sight

Album: Fever (2002)
Charted: 2 23
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  • In 1987, her first ever album ("I Should Be So Lucky," mushroom records) also had a song with the same title. However, the lyrics and music are completely different.
  • The video was directed by Johan Renck. The special effects were done at Syndicate Entertainment in Sweden. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alex Portnoy - Sydney, Australia, for above 2
  • The B-side was a remix of her hit "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" that was put to the beat of "Blue Monday" by New Order. This created a lot of demand for the single.

Comments: 3

  • Scott from Brisbane, AustraliaUnsure about the cheroegraphy but the special effects like Aha's - Take on Me still work.
  • Louise from Newcastle, United KingdomNot a huge Kylie fan, but this song is pleasantly catchy. Was played on the radio constantly a few years back.
  • Melinda from San Jose, CaI like this song because it reminds me of me & my husband dancing at the clubs together during our courtship.
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