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Kylie Minogue photo by Ros OGorman

Kylie Minogue photo by Ros OGorman

Kylie Minogue Returns To Mushroom Group

by Paul Cashmere on December 9, 2017

in News,Noise Pro

Kylie Minogue will return to the label where it all started for her, at Michael Gudinski’s Mushroom Group.

Mushroom was the first label to sign Kylie Minogue back in 1987 when Amanda Pelman championed the signing to the label. At the time Kylie was a 19-year-old soap star on the hit TV show Neighbours.

Pelman had the right instinct. Kylie’s first single ‘Locomotion’ became a number one hit across Australia and established her as a bona-fide popstar. The song became a no 3 hit in the USA the following year.

In the 80s and 90s Kylie became one of the biggest popstars in Europe and Australia. She had 31 Top 40 hits in Australia but the initial US success began to look like a fluke until 2001 when she released ‘Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’. It was number one all over the world and have Kylie her first US hit in 14 years.

Her last release was ‘Kylie Christmas’ on Parlophone through Warner Music in 2015.

In a statement Michael Gudinski said, “Kylie is simply a superstar. She has repeatedly lifted the bar for pop performers worldwide and I’m incredibly excited to have her releasing music again via the Mushroom Group. She’s family to us and it’s great to have her back home again.”

The Mushroom Group will release a new Kylie album in 2018.

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