Aphrodite (album)

Aphrodite (album)
Studio album by Kylie Minogue
Released 30 June 2010 (2010-06-30)
Recorded 2009–10
Genre Pop, dance-pop, electropop, synthpop
Length 43:20
Label Parlophone
Producer Andy Chatterley, Cutfather, Daniel Davidsen, Borge Fjordheim, Pascal Gabriel, Calvin Harris, Sebastian Ingrosso, Magnus Lidehall, Kish Mauve, Nerina Pallot, Stuart Price (also exec.), Lucas Secon, Damon Sharpe, Fraser T. Smith, Starsmith, Peter Wallevik, Richard X, Xenomania
Kylie Minogue chronology
Singles from Aphrodite
  1. "All the Lovers"
    Released: 11 June 2010
  2. "Get Outta My Way"
    Released: 27 September 2010
  3. "Better Than Today"
    Released: 3 December 2010
  4. "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)"
    Released: 29 May 2011

Aphrodite is the eleventh studio album by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue. It was her first studio album in the three years following her 2007 release X. Aphrodite was released worldwide in July 2010,[1] and was preceded by the release of the lead single, "All the Lovers". The four singles released from the album have all topped the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart, giving Minogue a total of seven number one songs on the chart as a solo artist, having had eight number one songs overall.[2] Minogue has also made history on the chart, becoming the first act to claim two of the top three ranks in the tally's nearly 35-year history with "Better Than Today" and "Higher" with Taio Cruz.[3]

Aphrodite has received mostly positive reviews from music critics upon its release, being frequently compared to Minogue's previous albums such as Light Years (2000) and Fever (2001). The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart, just as her debut album, Kylie, had done in the same week, 22 years previously. It was her fifth album to reach number one in the United Kingdom. This made Minogue the first, and to this date the only female recording artist in UK chart history to have a number one album in four consecutive decades, achieving this in the 1980s, 90s, 00s and 10s.[4][5][6]


Background and development

Minogue's record label Parlophone described the album as "[Minogue] celebrating her dance-floor roots"[7] and announced the release of the record on 20 April 2010, along with a short snippet of the lead single "All the Lovers" on Minogue's web-site. The resultant traffic caused the site to momentarily crash from demand.[8] "All the Lovers" was one of the last songs written for the album, and was subsequently chosen as the lead single.[9] Minogue claims that the song "sums up the euphoria of the album perfectly. It gives me goose-bumps, so I'm really excited to hear what everyone thinks of it."[10]

Aphrodite features Stuart Price as executive producer, who also contributed to song writing along with Minogue, Price, Calvin Harris, Jake Shears, Nerina Pallot, Pascal Gabriel, Lucas Secon, Keane's Tim Rice-Oxley[1] and Kish Mauve.[9] Price became involved with the album after a writing session with Minogue in New York in late 2009;[9] his role in the album's development was to establish a level of quality control over the project by selecting the tracks he considered the strongest, mixing them, and seguing the finalised mixes into a flowing running order.[9] The album does not contain any ballads, however some were recorded during the album sessions.[9] One track, "Better than Today", was performed by Minogue on her North American For You, For Me tour prior to the completion of sessions for the album.[11] Price describes the album as "Kylie doing pop dance music at her best. When you look in your mind's eye at everything Kylie is, it's on this record."[10]


In an interview with UK music website Popjustice, Minogue stated that she thought "that the inspiration for getting back in and starting this whole rollercoaster again was after the shows I did in North America. They were so from the heart and I felt so rewarded with the feeling and response from doing it."[12] When asked if Aphrodite could work as a farewell album, Minogue called it "joyful. It's like the jus of all the best bits of my musical career."[12] She has also described it as having "a feeling of euphoria".[13] The album's second single, "Get Outta My Way" was originally written by Lucas Secon, Cutfather and Damon Sharpe.[14] In an interview with HitQuarters, Secon described the track as "sexy electro disco with some clever lyrics and some real catchy melodies." He said the song was not written for any particular artist and at one point four different artists wanted to cut it as their first single before it was claimed by Kylie.[14] Minogue said at the album launch party in Ibiza that she found the recording process stressful. "I had sleepless nights and I was really getting stressed, but there was so much good energy from everyone involved that I thought it might just work."[15]

Release and promotion

Minogue performing "Aphrodite" on the Aphrodite World Tour in a golden shell.

Minogue performed the lead single, "All the Lovers", for the first time live at the Wind Music Awards in Verona, Italy on 29 May 2010.[16][17] The video made its debut on The Today Show in the United States the following June.[18] The song was also performed at the season finale of Germany's Next Topmodel,[19] on France's Le Grand Journal[20] and the UK chat show Friday Night with Jonathan Ross[21] that same month. The official album release party was held at club Pacha in Ibiza, Spain that July.[22] On her decision to launch the record in Ibiza, Minogue called the island "the spiritual home of dance."[23] While promoting the album in her home country of Australia, Minogue appeared on A Current Affair[24] and Hey Hey It's Saturday, her first Australian television performance in over a decade.[25] She was also interviewed on The 7PM Project[26] and performed "All the Lovers" on Dancing with the Stars.[27]

Minogue appeared on Alan Carr: Chatty Man that July to perform the second single off the album, "Get Outta My Way",[28] followed by performances on America's Got Talent,[29] the Miss Italia beauty pageant,[30] The Oliver Pocher Show, Schlag den Raab and Paul O'Grady Live[31] as well as on the BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge.[32] The following October, she performed a concert in Egypt in front of the Sphinx and the Giza Necropolis,[33] as well as at the "EXA Concert" in Mexico City’s Palacio de los Deportes. This was followed by an appearance on the show "Décadas" on to promote the album.[34] Promotional appearances in the United States included the shows Dancing with the Stars and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.[35]

In November that year, Minogue performed the third single "Better Than Today" on the UK reality show The X Factor, as well as on Children in Need.[36][37] The song was also performed the next month at the Capital FM Awards, the Royal Variety Show, and for Jools Holland's Annual Hootenanny.[38] As well as promoting the album's singles, Minogue performed "Santa Baby" and "Let It Snow" at the annual lighting of the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree in New York the following December.[39] Minogue would later go on to further promote the album by embarking on the Aphrodite World Tour. The tour became Minogue's largest to date and visited a total of five continents including Europe, Asia, North America, Oceania and Africa.[40]


Minogue performing "Closer" on tour, as she flies above the stage on an "angel".

The first single from Aphrodite was confirmed as "All the Lovers",[41] which had its official premiere in the United Kingdom on BBC Radio 1 on 14 May 2010.[42] Minogue confirmed on her official Twitter account that the video for the single would be directed by Joseph Kahn. It was filmed in Los Angeles and inspired by the works of American artist Spencer Tunick.[43] The single was been released as a digital download on 13 June, and physically released fifteen days later.[44] The single received positive reviews from music critics[45][46] and became Minogue's 33rd top ten single in the UK. It also peaked in the top 10 and top 20 of the music charts in Europe, Australia, Asia and became her 4th number one hit on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[47][48] PopMatters has ranked "All the Lovers" as the 43rd best single of 2010 on its "60 Best Singles of 2010" list,[49] while Popjustice ranked the song as the 23rd best single of 2010 on its "Top 45 Singles Of 2010" list.[50] Popjustice said "As well as being the sound of dancefloor stampedes from now until the end of time 'All the Lovers' is also the sound of a million Kylie fans breathing a collective sigh of relief. It's grown up but carefree, bombastic yet delicate, sober in spirit and drunk on love. [...] It is very hard not to listen to this song on repeat."[51]

At the album launch party in Ibiza, Minogue confirmed that "Get Outta My Way" would be released as the second single.[52] It was released on 27 September.[53] In August, before the single was released, a thirty second teaser of the music video premiered on Parlophone's official YouTube channel. The full video was directed by AlexandLiane and featured live projections by Frieder Weiss. The single was released worldwide on 27 September, except in Australia where it saw a release on 8 October. In an interview, Kylie described "Get Outta My Way" as "pure pop dance" and "really infectious".[54] Digital Spy's Mayer Nissim gave the song four out of five stars, writing that "with its basic heartbeat rhythm, simply-layered sounds and classic arrangement, it's probably the warmest and most unsophisticated thing Kylie's put on plastic in a decade, but it really is all the better for it."[55] Christel Loar from PopMatters gave the song a positive review, stating that the track's "pulsing pull is irresistible even as Kylie tells her guy exactly what’s going to happen if he just sits there".[56] The song became Minogue's 5th number one song on the US Hot Dance Club Songs chart,[57] also charting Europe and Japan.[58]

"Better Than Today", having previously been performed on Minogue's For You, For Me tour, became the third single off the album and was released on December 6 in the UK.[36] A digital EP had been released the day before.[59] The single was also released in Australia on March 18, 2011. The video was debuted on 19 November, and was directed by Minogue and William Baker. "Better Than Today" received generally positive reviews from critics, many praising its country and dance style, with Entertainment Weekly calling it a standout track on the album.[60] BBC Music said the song was a "tech-country strut" that "throws up imagery of line-dancing cyborgs".[61] Digital Spy gave the song four stars out of five and described it as "sweet, seductive and pretty much impossible not to succumb to over and over again".[62] "Better Than Today" debuted at number sixty-seven on the UK Singles Chart based on digital download sales only. It eventually peaked at number thirty-two,[63] thus making it one of Minogue's lowest charting singles in the UK after "The One" which peaked at number thirty-six. The single also reached number twenty-seven in Scotland[64] and number sixty-three in France. In the United States, the song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs chart.[65] After the relative failure of these last two singles, Minogue declared that she felt "let down" by her label.[66]

Although it was announced by Minogue herself that "Better Than Today" would be the final single from the album, it was revealed that "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)" would be getting a digital and physical release and will serve as the fourth single from Aphrodite. The main release date was 3 June 2011, preceded by the Japanese release on 29 May 2011[67] The track was received generally well by critics, many praising its anthemic style. Jordan Richardson from Seattlepi gave it a warm review. He said "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) is a concert hit waiting to happen. Its addictive chorus and warm verses bounce with cotton candy care (yeah, I said it) and her glee is impossible to miss."[68] BBC Music said that "Put Your Hands Up" is "particularly catchy."[69] The lead remix of the single was the Pete Hammond remix, which was praised for its 1980s retro sound. Perez Hilton called is "epic" and praised its engineer "legendary" Hammond[70] while Ben Gilbert for Yahoo! Music praised his unique take on the song using the "often overlooked unbridled glee of that decade's pop".[71] "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)" managed to peak at number one on the US Hot Dance Club Songs Chart, where Minogue has now achieved five consecutive number ones, including her collaboration with Taio Cruz on the track "Higher".[72] The single also reached the top 40 in Austria and Belgium. However, it did not do very well in Australia, where it managed to scrape into the top 50 at number 50 and in the UK where it stalled at number 93.[73]

Other songs

"Aphrodite", the title track, peaked at number six on the Belgian Singles Chart.[74][75] The song has received generally favorable reception in album reviews, mostly praised for its single friendly style. It had been also featured on her holiday EP A Kylie Christmas.[76] Tim Sendra from Allmusic gave the song a positive review, as he had highlighted the song as a track pick, saying that it is "one of Kylie's best, in fact".[77] Christel Loar from Popmatters had made it a highlight, as it was reviewed she said that its a "rare representation of perfect production that is just pleasure, pure and simple".[78] The song was recorded in July 2009 at Narina Pallot and Andy Chatterley's Electric Love studios in North London, where she also recorded "Better Than Today", which was also written and produced by Pallot and Chatterley.

Critical reception

Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Source Rating
Metacritic (67/100)[79]
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[80]
Billboard (favorable)[81]
The Boston Globe (favorable)[82]
Entertainment Weekly (A-)[83]
Los Angeles Times 2.5/4 stars[84]
The New York Times (favorable)[85]
NME (7/10)[86]
PopMatters (7/10)[56]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[87]
Spin (8/10)[88]

Aphrodite received generally favorable reviews from most music critics. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 67, based on 21 reviews.[79] Allmusic reviewer Tim Sendra gave the album a favorable review, awarding it four stars out of five. He said: "Sure, she'll never be mistaken for an octave-stretching diva or a vocal powerhouse, but her slightly nasal, girl-next-door vocals serve her needs perfectly."[80] Kerri Mason from Billboard gave the album a favorable review, stating that "Price's ability to create a consistent sound without sacrificing each track's individuality makes the journey cohesive, fun and fitting for a goddess."[81] Ian Wade from BBC Music gave the album a very favorable review, calling it "frothy, intensely hummable dance pop. The sort of thing she does with such effortlessness and grace."[89]

Sal Cinquemani from Slant Magazine gave the album a mixed review, awarding it with two and a half stars out of five. His review called it "nothing more than just another Kylie Minogue album", feeling that Minogue was "playing it safe" with the release.[90] A mixed review came from The Guardian where Caroline Sullivan awarded the album with three out of five stars, feeling that it was "limited to squeaks, exhalations and woe-begone sighs".[91] Barry Walters from Spin gave the album a favorable review, claiming that "Minogue delivers bliss like no other".[88] April Welsh from Clash gave the album a 7/10 rating, stating that Minogue's "latest musical endeavour reinstates the diminutive Aussie as the reigning princess of pop and may just make you fall in love with her all over again."[92]

Mikael Wood from Entertainment Weekly rated the album "A-", stating that "the diminutive Australian diva is still delivering disco thunder from Down Under."[83] Helen Clarke from MusicOMH said that the album "fails to quite hit the spot."[93] Margaret Wappler from the Los Angeles Times gave the album two and a half stars out of four, calling it "finely executed", but noting it didn't contain "many new ideas".[84]

Edna Gundersen from USA Today gave the album three stars out of four, noting the album's "effortless sass and sensuality".[94] PopMatters reviewer Christel Loar gave the album a rating of 7/10, stating the album was "filled with the frilly, fabulous dance-floor refrains for which Kylie is famous".[56] Priya Elan from NME gave the album a positive review, stating that "Aphrodite's uniting sound is lightness", and calling it Minogue's "most unified work in ages."[86]
Rob Sheffield from Rolling Stone has said that "Aphrodite is her finest work since 1997's underrated Impossible Princess".[87]

Commercial response

Aphrodite debuted in the top ten of the album charts in over fifteen European countries as well as debuting at number one on the European Top 100 Albums chart. In the United Kingdom it was her fifth album to reach number one.[95] In the United States, the album became her second highest charting album with sales of over 18,000 copies in its first week, peaking at number nineteen on the Billboard 200.[96] In Canada, Aphrodite became her highest charting album and third top ten entry, debuting at number eight on the Canadian Albums Chart.[97] In Australia, the album became her tenth top ten studio album, peaking at number two on the ARIA Albums Chart.[98] In Germany, the album debuted at number three, becoming her third to reach the top ten and her first since 2001's Fever.[99] Aphrodite has been certified platinum by the Australian Recording Industry Association and the British Phonographic Industry for sales of over 70,000 and 300,000 units, respectively.[100][101] The album entered at number eleven on 12 July 2010 in New Zealand, becoming Minogue's highest-charting album since Fever. It later slipped at number twenty-nine after one week.[102] The album debuted at number three in France, staying on the chart for twenty-three weeks.[103]

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Producer(s) Length
1. "All the Lovers"   Jim Eliot, Mima Stilwell Jim Eliot, Stuart Price^ 3:20
2. "Get Outta My Way"   Lucas Secon, Damon Sharpe, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen, Mich Hansen Cutfather, Peter Wallevik, Daniel Davidsen, Damon Sharpe*, Lucas Secon*, Stuart Price* 3:38
3. "Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)"   Fin Dow-Smith, The Nervo Girls Starsmith, Stuart Price* 3:37
4. "Closer"   Price, Beatrice Hatherley Stuart Price 3:09
5. "Everything Is Beautiful"   Fraser T. Smith, Tim Rice-Oxley Fraser T. Smith 3:25
6. "Aphrodite"   Nerina Pallot, Andy Chatterley Nerina Pallot, Andy Chatterley, Stuart Price^ 3:45
7. "Illusion"   Kylie Minogue, Stuart Price Stuart Price 3:21
8. "Better Than Today"   Pallot, Chatterley Nerina Pallot, Andy Chatterley, Stuart Price^ 3:25
9. "Too Much"   Minogue, Calvin Harris, Jake Shears Calvin Harris 3:16
10. "Cupid Boy"   Sebastian Ingrosso, Magnus Lidehäll, Nick Clow, Luciana Caporaso Stuart Price, Sebastian Ingrosso, Magnus 4:26
11. "Looking for an Angel"   Minogue, Price Stuart Price 3:49
12. "Can't Beat the Feeling"   Hannah Robinson, Pascal Gabriel, Borge Fjordheim, Matt Prime, Richard X Stuart Price, Pascal Gabriel, Borge Fjordheim 4:09

(^) denotes additional production
(*) denotes co-producer

Les Folies Tour Edition

On 3 June 2011, a three disc re-release of Aphrodite, entitled the Les Folies Tour Edition was released in Australia only on both physical and digital formats [108] The album was later released on 13 June 2011 in New Zealand both digitally and physically.[109]


Personnel credits adapted from Allmusic.[80]

  • Kylie Minogue – vocals, backing vocals
  • Beatriz Artola – engineer
  • William Baker – photography
  • Andy Chatterley – synthesizer, piano, keyboards, producer, engineer, drum programming
  • Cutfather (Mich Hansen) – producer, percussion
  • Daniel Davidsen – guitar, keyboards, programming, producer
  • Jim Eliotbass, piano, keyboards, producer, drum programming
  • Dave Emery – assistant
  • Børge Fjordheim – instrumentation, additional production
  • Fraser T. Smith – guitar, producer, mixing
  • Pascal Gabriel – instrumentation, additional production
  • Brian Gottshall – assistant
  • Calvin Harris – arranger, producer, mixing, instrumentation
  • Beatrice Hatherley – backing vocals
  • Maime Hladiy – bass
  • Pete Hofmann – engineer, Pro Tools
  • Sebastian Ingrosso – producer, mixing
  • Nathan Khors – assistant
  • Magnus Lideball – producer, mixing
  • Miriam Nervo – backing vocals, vocal producer
  • Olivia Nervo – backing vocals, vocal producer
  • Mads Nilsson – mixing
  • Nerina Pallot – synthesizer, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, keyboards, backing vocals, producer, engineer
  • Geoff Pesche – mastering
  • Stuart Price – keyboards, producer, engineer, executive producer, mixing, vocal producer, additional production
  • Tim Rice-Oxley – piano, keyboards
  • Hannah Robinson – backing vocals
  • Lucas Secon – keyboards, producer
  • Alexandra Segal – backing vocals
  • Damon Sharpe – producer, engineer
  • Starsmith – producer, mixing
  • Mima Stilwell – backing vocals
  • Jason Tarver – assistant engineer
  • Ben Vella – electric guitar
  • Peter Wallevik – keyboards, programming, producer
  • Richard X – keyboards, minimoog


Weekly charts

Chart (2010–11) Peak
Australian Albums Chart[98] 2
Austrian Albums Chart[110] 3
Belgian Albums Chart (Flanders)[111] 4
Belgian Albums Chart (Wallonia)[112] 3
Canadian Albums Chart[97] 8
Croatian Albums Chart[113] 10
Czech Albums Chart[114] 5
Danish Albums Chart[115] 21
Dutch Albums Chart[116] 4
European Top 100 Albums[95] 1
Finnish Albums Chart[117] 22
French Albums Chart[103] 3
German Albums Chart[99] 3
Greek Foreign Albums Chart[118] 1
Hungarian Albums Chart[119] 18
Irish Albums Chart[120] 5
Italian Albums Chart[121] 9
Japanese Albums Chart[122] 28
Mexican Albums Chart[123] 22
New Zealand Albums Chart[102] 11
Norwegian Albums Chart[124] 16
Polish Albums Chart[125] 6
Scottish Albums Chart[126] 1
Spanish Albums Chart[127] 2
Swedish Albums Chart[128] 9
Swiss Albums Chart[129] 2
UK Albums Chart[130] 1
US Billboard 200[96] 19
US Dance/Electronic Albums[131] 2


Country Certification
Australia Platinum[100]
Belgium Gold[132]
United Kingdom Platinum[101]

Year-end charts

Chart (2010) Position
Australian Albums Chart[133] 55
European Top 100 Albums[134] 54
Swiss Albums Chart[135] 77
US Dance/Electronic Albums[136] 20

Release history

Region Date Label Format
Japan[104] 30 June 2010 EMI CD, CD + DVD (Deluxe Edition)
Digital Download, Vinyl
Australia[137][138] 2 July 2010 Warner Music
Germany[139] EMI
United Kingdom 5 July 2010[144] Parlophone
Mexico[145] EMI
New Zealand[149] Warner Music
United States 6 July 2010[150][151] Capitol Records
Canada EMI
Taiwan[152] Gold Typhoon
Israel 7 July 2010 Helicon Records


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Succeeded by
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