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Saturday, July 28, 2012

THE DAHL HAUS PRESENTS: JULY STIFF ONES





THEY SAY YOU CAN BREAK A PENIS, BUT THESE ‘STIFF’ ONES BEG TO
DIFFER!











































































CAN'T GET YOU OUT OF MY HEAD










"Can't Get You Out of My Head" is a song by
Australian recording artist and songwriter Kylie Minogue,
which was released from her eighth studio album Fever (2001). The song was released
worldwide as the lead single from the album, which was
released on 8 September, 2001. The song was written and produced by Cathy Dennis and Rob Davis. "Can't Get You Out Of My
Head" is an uptempo dance-pop song, containing elements of nu-disco and
a slow house beat.


The
song became Minogue's most successful single to date in her music history, with
many considering it to be her signature
song
; indeed, Minogue has often recognised it as such. The song was
a worldwide hit as it reached number one in more than 40 countries. The song
peaked at number one in the United Kingdom, her native Australia, Germany,
France, Italy, Ireland, New Zealand, Switzerland and every other European
country except Finland, where it peaked at number five. The song also peaked at
number seven on the U.S. Billboard Hot
100
, becoming Minogue's first top ten hit there since "The
Locomotion
", which reached number three in 1988.




The
song received hugely positive reviews from music critics,
many considering it Minogue's best single to date. Minogue has been credited
with spearheading the modern fusion of pop and dance music, with "Can't
Get You Out of My Head" being an obvious example. The song was awarded for
multiple awards and honors. The song also released a music video,
which featured Minogue in a futuristic city, dancing to the dancers in a yellow
mustared coloured car. To date, the song has sold over four million copies.[1]


"Can't Get You Out Of My Head" was a
worldwide success in nearly every country. The song debuted at number one in
her native Australia, peaking there for four weeks., becoming Minogue's
seventh top hit.[11] The
song was certified three times platinum by
the Australian Recording Industry
Association
 (ARIA), shipping 210,000 copies.[12] The
song debuted at number thirty-three in New Zealand.
The song later peaked at number one, becoming Minogue's first number one in her
whole career to date.[13] The
song was later certificated Gold by the Recording Industry Association of New
Zealand
, shipping over 7,500 copies there.[14]


"Can't
Get You Out of My Head" reached the top spot in every single European
country
 bar Finland, where it peaked at number five.[15] The
song spent 16 weeks at number-one on the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles in January
2002.[16] Notably,
"Can't Get You Out of My Head" reached number-one for a week on the French and the German Singles Chart, where it shipped
over 500,000 copies in each country and was certified platinum by the Syndicat National de l'Édition
Phonographique
[17] and
the Bundesverband Musikindustrie[18] respectively.
The single sold over 306,000 copies in its first week of release, resulting in
a number-one debut on the UK Singles
Chart
, where it spent four weeks at the top.[1][19] Eventually,
the British Phonographic Industry certified
it platinum.[20]


Following
the success achieved around the world, "Can't Get You Out of My Head"
was released in North America in 2002. The single
originally appeared at number 23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles on
5 January.[21] Two
weeks later it debuted at number sixty-four on the Billboard Hot
100
 and peaked at number seven in its ninth week on the chart.[22][23] Thus,
becoming Minogue's first top ten hit in the U.S. since "The Loco-Motion", which peaked at
number three for two weeks in 1988.[24] The
song spent 20 weeks on the chart and landed at number 45 on Billboard magazine's year-end chart.[25][26] "Can't
Get You Out of My Head" was an all-around hit on Top 40 radio,
reaching the top ten on the Top 40
Mainstream
, the Top 40 Tracks and
the Rhythmic Top 40, which helped the single to
peaked at number eight on the Hot 100
Airplay
.[24][27]

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