What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)

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"What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" is a pop dance song written by Kylie Minogue, Mike Stock and Pete Waterman for Minogue's first compilation album Greatest Hits (1992).

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The song was produced by Stock and Waterman and received a generally positive reception from critics. Released as the first single in the summer of 1992 (see 1992 in music), it became Minogue's nineteenth top-twenty hit in the UK and fifteenth in Australia. The song contains jittery synths and drum machine beats. It was seen as having a resemblance to her previous hits such as "I Should Be So Lucky" and "Better the Devil You Know", but it lacked the same public interest as well as a hook. Known as one of Kylie's least favourites, the remixes however were a hit with fans and it was the first time that Kylie had released more than one official remix on a release. A notable remix of the popular Rhythm of Love track "Things Can Only Get Better" was also included on the release.

The cover sleeve pictured Kylie all wet and in Europe the pink cover came in a different shade to the UK release. The Australian version of the CD was a picture disc, and is now a sought after item.

Kylie admitted in an interview with the Australian Sunday Telegraph in October 2008, that she is no longer fond of the song: "There's plenty I've cringed about," she says. "There's one track I really didn't like called 'What Kind of Fool'. But I realised you can...
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