Kylie Minogue conquers the decades

Kylie Minogue has become the first solo artist in UK chart history to have four number one albums in different decades, after her latest offering 'Aphrodite' topped the charts on Sunday (11.07.10)

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This article is from 2010.

Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue

Kylie Minogue has become the first solo artist to have four number one albums in different decades in the UK charts.

The 'All the Lovers' singer hit the top spot with her 11th studio LP 'Aphrodite' on Sunday (11.12.10), following in the footsteps of her other chart-topping albums in the 80s, 90s and the 2000s.

Her first record 'Kylie' was number one 22 years ago in 1998, while 'Kylie's Greatest Hits' topped the charts in 1992, with 'Fever' following suit in 2001.

While she's had lots of success over the years, Kylie recently revealed she regrets her last two albums.

The 42-year-old star admitted she wished her past offerings 'Body Language' and 'X' could have been "more cohesive".

She explained: "I hate to have regret, because there was some amazing stuff on there, but there was a niggling voice in my head that just wished they could have been a little bit more cohesive.

"Hindsight can be a real b***h. You go, 'God, I wish I'd been more clear-headed or thought of that or been more strong-willed', or whatever the case is."

However, she said she does not have the same feeling with 'Aphrodite'.

She said: "I don't think I've ever felt this way about an album. I feel that just a lot of goodness has gone into it."

This article is from 2010.

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Royal Albert Hall, London SW7

Fri 9 Dec

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A Kylie Christmas featuring a host of Christmas classics as well as some of Kylie’s biggest hits. Kylie is joined on stage by a full orchestra and the National Youth Choir of Great Britain.

Sat 10 Dec

Main Auditorium

prices vary / 020 7589 8212

A Kylie Christmas featuring a host of Christmas classics as well as some of Kylie’s biggest hits. Kylie is joined on stage by a full orchestra and the National Youth Choir of Great Britain.

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