Kylie Minogue singles discography
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Kylie performing in 2015.
Singles 63
Promotional singles 12
Singles as a featured artist 8

The singles discography of Kylie Minogue consists of sixty-three official singles, eight official singles as featured artist and twelve promotional recordings.

Kylie's music career began as a result of her popularity in Neighbours, an Australian soap opera. After an impromptu performance with the cast of the show, she signed to Mushroom Records in 1987. That same year, she released a cover of the Little Eva song "Locomotion". It spent seven weeks on top of the ARIA Singles Chart and became the highest-selling single of the 1980s in Australia. "I Should Be So Lucky", her second single, became a worldwide number one, topping the UK Singles Chart for five consecutive weeks. Later, in 1988, she signed with PWL Records, for releases in the United Kingdom and based herself there as a result. Her debut album, Kylie, produced several singles. A re-recorded version of "The Loco-Motion" saw peaks in the top ten of the charts it entered. while "Got to Be Certain" and "Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi" peaked in the top twenty in the majority of the charts they entered. Minogue released three additional albums with PWL. The singles "Hand on Your Heart" and "Tears on My Pillow", released from Enjoy Yourself (1989), topped the charts in the UK. Minogue took a mature turn in the 1990 release of Rhythm of Love. All singles from the album peaked within the top twenty in the United Kingdom and Australia. Her next album, 1991's Let's Get to It, also spawned singles which peaked within the top twenty in the United Kingdom and Australia. By 1992 Minogue completed her recording contract with PWL Records. She decided not to renew it, after which a Greatest Hits was released. The album produced two top thirty singles, "What Kind of Fool (Heard All That Before)" and "Celebration". In 1993, Minogue signed with Deconstruction Records. Three singles were released from the eponymous Kylie Minogue. "Confide in Me" topped the Australian singles chart and peaked at number two in the UK. However, none of the singles taken from Impossible Princess peaked in the top ten of any of the charts they entered. "Did It Again", the second single, was the most successful from the album, charting at 15 and 14 in Australia and the UK respectively.

After being dropped from Deconstruction due to low sales in 1998, Minogue signed with Parlophone Records in April 1999. She released "Spinning Around" in 2000, which debuted at number one in the UK. This earned Minogue a place in the Guinness Book of World Records, for the first female Australian singer to debut at number one in the UK. The album that followed, Light Years, spawned singles which achieved the top twenty in the UK and Australia. In 2001, she released the single, "Can't Get You Out of My Head", from the album Fever. It topped the charts in Australia, New Zealand, UK, and most of Europe. Another single, "Come into My World", gave Minogue her first Grammy Award in 2004 (for Best Dance Recording). In 2003, the single "Slow", from Body Language, became another number-one single in the UK. In 2004, she released another greatest hits package named Ultimate Kylie. The single "I Believe in You" reached the top five in the UK. In May 2005, after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she went on medical leave. After returning to full health, Minogue released her tenth studio album X in 2007. It produced five singles, including the Australian number one single "2 Hearts", and the top twenty single "Wow". Her eleventh studio album, Aphrodite in 2010 spawned the top-three single, "All the Lovers". In 2014, she released the singles, "Into the Blue", and "I Was Gonna Cancel" from her twelfth studio album, Kiss Me Once.

To date, Minogue has sold more than 68 million records worldwide. Minogue has had seven number one singles and sold over 10.1 million singles in the United Kingdom, making her the 12th best-selling singles artist in UK history.



Title Year of release Album
Locomotion 1987 N/A
I Should Be So Lucky Kylie
Got to Be Certain 1988
The Loco-Motion
Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi
Especially For You A
(With Jason Donovan)
Enjoy Yourself
It's No Secret Kylie
Turn It into Love
Hand on Your Heart 1989 Enjoy Yourself
Wouldn't Change a Thing
Never Too Late
Tears on My Pillow


Title Year of release Album
Better the Devil You Know 1990 Rhythm of Love
Step Back in Time
What Do I Have to Do 1991
Word Is Out Let's Get to It
If You Were with Me Now
(with Keith Washington)
Give Me Just a Little More Time 1992
Finer Feelings
What Kind of Fool
(Heard All That Before)
Greatest Hits
Confide in Me 1994 Kylie Minogue
Put Yourself in My Place
Where Is the Feeling? 1995
Where the Wild Roses Grow
(with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds)
Murder Ballads
Some Kind of Bliss 1997 Impossible Princess
Did It Again
Breathe 1998
Cowboy Style


Title Year of release Album
Spinning Around 2000 Light Years
On a Night Like This
(with Robbie Williams)
Please Stay
Your Disco Needs You 2001
Butterfly B
Can't Get You Out of My Head Fever
In Your Eyes 2002
Love at First Sight
Come into My World
Slow 2003 Body Language
Red Blooded Woman 2004
I Believe in You Ultimate Kylie
Giving You Up 2005
2 Hearts 2007 X
Wow 2008
In My Arms
All I See
The One


Title Year of release Album
All the Lovers 2010 Aphrodite
Get Outta My Way
Better Than Today
Put Your Hands Up
(If You Feel Love)
Timebomb 2012 K25 Time Capsule
Flower The Abbey Road Sessions
Into the Blue 2014 Kiss Me Once
I Was Gonna Cancel
Only You
(featuring James Corden)
2015 Kylie Christmas
100 Degrees
(with Dannii Minogue)
Every Day's Like Christmas
At Christmas 2016 Kylie Christmas:
Snow Queen Edition
Wonderful Christmastime
(with Mika)
Dancing 2018 Golden
Stop Me From Falling
A Lifetime to Repair
Music's Too Sad Without You
Sincerely Yours
New York City 2019 Step Back in Time: The Definitive Collection
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