Kiss Me Once is the twelfth studio album by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was released by Parlophone on 14 March 2014, her first studio album release since Aphrodite (2010), and first album under the management of Jay Z’s Roc Nation.[1][2] The album is Minogue’s first release under Warner Music Group worldwide, after the company purchased Parlophone. In North America, it was released by Warner Bros. Records, while in the United Kingdom under Parlophone.
Upon its release, Kiss Me Once was met with generally positive reviews from music critics, many whom complimented Minogue’s return to mainstream dance music and felt it lived up to expectations. However, critics were divided in the content; many praising it a solid record, while some felt it was dated and that she tried too hard, along with its lack of innovation from Minogue’s perspective.[3] Commercially, Kiss Me Once had performed moderately worldwide.
In Minogue’s native Australia, the album entered at number one on the Australian Albums Chart, becoming her fourth number one album. In the United Kingdom, the album faced strong competition with George Michael’s Symphonica, and eventually went to number one with Minogue at number two on the UK Albums Chart. Currently, two singles and one promotional single were released from Kiss Me Once. “Into the Blue” was the lead single and performed moderately worldwide, charting in France, Switzerland and Spain. In Australia, the song was her first lead single to miss the top twenty, peaking at forty-six. It missed the top ten in the United Kingdom, at number twelve. “I Was Gonna Cancel” was released on May 12, 2014 by Parlophone Records as the second single from the album, becoming commercially successful on Billboard Hot Club Dance Song in the United States peaking at number five, while in the UK Singles Chart at number fifty-nine. To further promote the album, Minogue will embark on the accompanying Kiss Me Once Tour in September 2014.


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