Girl (Dannii Minogue album)

Girl (Dannii Minogue Album)

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Girl (Dannii Minogue album)

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Girl is the third studio album by Australian pop singer Dannii Minogue. It was released by Eternal Records on September 8, 1997 in the United Kingdom. In November 2007, the album was reissued with a bonus disc of remixes by Rhino Entertainment. The album had three singles, including the UK Dance Chart #1's "All I Wanna Do", "Everything I Wanted" and "Disremembrance". When the album was reissued in 2007, Girl had to be reprinted as it sold more than expected following Minogue's popularity as a judge on The X Factor.


By 1995, Dannii Minogue had parted ways with former label Mushroom Records, following a contract dispute. An album which was in production ultimately never materialized and it wasn't until 1997 when Minogue signed to Eternal Records, that she began recording her third album Girl. Her first two albums Love and Kisses and Get Into You had been very much 'pop' oriented albums, however Minogue had since become interested in dance music and clubbing following the release of several remixed versions of her past hits by Steve "Silk" Hurley.

Music composition

The sound of Girl was distinctively different from Minogue's previous work. This was clearly demonstrated with the lead single "All I Wanna Do", which contained a more emphasized dance sound in contrast to the pop style. This would be felt on the rest of the album. The other tracks on Girl ranged from mature pop songs ("Heaven Can Wait",...
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