Kylie Minogue Is Releasing 2 EPs For Her Single ‘Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)’


Kylie Minogue is celebrating the successful completion of her Aphrodite Live 2011 North American Tour with the release of two new EPs for her new unofficial single Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love). The EPs will include live versions of the track, remix versions of the track and a previously unheard b-side song titled Silence. Click below to see the album artwork and read all the deets about the new Kylie EPs.

International Pop superstar Kylie Minogue celebrates her enormously successful North American ‘Aphrodite Live’ tour with the June 7th release of two brand new EPs, “Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)” and “Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)” – The Remixes. One of the most energetic, dancefloor-ready songs from Kylie’s globally acclaimed album Aphrodite, “Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)” is a massive fan favorite and another summer club anthem in the making. EP1 features the album version, a vibrant live version recorded at the O2 Arena in London, veteran studio maven Pete Hammond’s Remix, Basto’s Major Mayhem Edit and a huge treat for the Kylie faithful, a brand new unreleased track, “Silence,” which was co-written with Aphrodite producer Stuart Price. EP2 consists of five different remixes including the NERVO Hands Up Extended Club Mix, remixed by Australian twin sisters NERVO, the DJ/producer duo who co-wrote the song for Kylie. The genesis for these EP’s was a lyric video that Kylie placed on her YouTube channel as a thank you to fans for the support of the song during the live shows on the European leg of the tour. The music bed contains a special retro-flavored remix done by Pete Hammond, an engineer who worked on some of Kylie’s earliest hits, and has become highly sought after by her international fanbase. Kylie wrapped the U.S. leg of the tour on May 22nd at the legendary Colosseum at Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas. The North American leg, her most extensive outing in the region to date, began on April 28th in Montreal and featured shows in 11 U.S. cities including a 3-night stint at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom. Kylie then played to a 10,000 person crowd at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and visited three cities in Mexico. Aphrodite Live’s spectacular production wowed fans and critics at each stop along the way.

EP1Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)

1. Album Version
2. Pete Hammond Remix
3. Basto’s Major Mayhem Edit
4. Live From Aphrodite/Les Folies
5. Silence

EP2Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) The Remixes

1. NERVO Hands Up Extended Club Mix
2. Basto’s Major Mayhem Mix
3. Basto’s Major Mayhem Dub
4. Bimbo Jones Remix
5. Pete Hammond Remix Edit

I love this Pete Hammond remix of the track … it’s such an old skool throw back to that early Kylie sound that we all fell in love with in the late 80’s. I would buy these EPs for that remix alone … the fact that we get an entirely new song written and produced by Stuart Price is just the ICING on the cake:

I have loved this Aphrodite era of Kylie music … so I’m really bummed that it is coming to an end. Kylie has said in recent interviews that she is not planning to record a new album anytime soon so … we have to enjoy the new Kylie music we are getting right now. These EPs will be released next week! Can’t wait!!

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  • Shazzer

    Eep! Yes!

  • DJ

    I got Silence last night. It’s not bad. I can see why it wasn’t included on the album, though. It really does fit in with the rest of Aphrodite. But it’s still nice to have a new Kylie song.

    And the Bimbo Jones remix is pretty awesome.

  • Lizzie

    Yay for new Kylie music!
    Trent: any idea if she’s going to release a live album of the Aphrodite Tour?

  • yea!q

    More Kylie! Thanks for posting, Trent. I don’t know why Kylie didn’t just tell me herself?!

  • Elloreigh

    Not a fan of the remix. Don’t get me wrong – I like Kylie’s older music, too. But I also appreciate how her sound has matured over time. The original manages to take lyrics that are rather introspective yet marry them with a danceable beat without losing the feel of what those lyrics convey.

    I just don’t feel her old sounds mixes well with this particular song.

    As for Silence, it doesn’t speak to me, but that’s just a matter of personal tastes.

  • Close your eyes and pretend you never knew me,
    Its been a long journey but it ends here,
    Have no reason to fear,
    But you should be strong cause i will never be there,
    I know it is not fair,
    But you dont have to cry forever,

    You have mourned,
    Now wipe your tears and bury your fears,
    I know you are feeling alone,
    But take your life and go on,
    Cause am also in a dark world on my own,
    Gather your strength and let your courage come,
    Chase your fears and let the pain be gone,
    Search! Perhaps you will love again,

    I know i left a gap,
    That even thousands of rivers and hundreds of lakes and oceans will never fill it up,
    I know the pain is not too small to be carried in a cup,
    But the future is waiting for you,
    Stop living the past,
    Accept reality in gone in with heavens.

    Create Date : Saturday, July 09, 2011

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