Something For The Weekend? Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Kylie Minogue

A little something to get you dancing this weekend.

Something For The Weekend
Can’t Get You Out Of My Head – Kylie Minogue

Year Released: 2001

Peak chart positions

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This is what’s got me dancing this weekend. Why not join me?

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29 thoughts

  1. A great song perfect pop song! When my youngest son was at music college this song was used as how to layer and produce a hit song..
    It’s true too 💜

      1. If I remember correctly you need a repetitive theme, the La la la, lala , la, lala, a growing lyric and a steady beat. It is called layering. Here is my favourite Imogen heap in her younger days, she layers a whole track in the same ways, she makes every sound on the track herself.

      1. She is cool. I remember her Locomotion version in the later 80s when she was still so young. And she is such a fighter. A real power woman no matter her size.

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