So, I knew Lisa quite well as she was always doing PAs up here in Glasgow in a club called Bennets and she would always do meet and greets in her dressing room. We got quite friendly over the visits. She came up to do a PA for the release of Electric. It's in Totally Scott-Lee. I appear briefly in one of the episodes. She did a competition where two people had to sing the Woh-oh bits of Too Far Gone. I of course won, you can here her shout "OMG Danny!' in the clip. Anyway, I got whisked to the dressing room where we sat and drank wine for about 2 hours and other fans came in and got things signed - no one had camera phones back then. She was a good laugh and really nice.
Anyway she came back a while later for the Never or Now release, which wasn't even getting released here, but I had a physical copy from South Africa (or maybe Belgium, I can't remember) - she saw me in the audience and waved me over at the end. I then spent another few hours in her dressing room, she signed my CD and she said my copy was the first actual one she had SEEN! I can remember walking right to the front of the long queue at her dressing room getting evils from the other gays!
So Obscenely Delicious continues the Kylie theme - she seemed to pick all the more commercial tracks from Unleashed to carry over to Never Or Now. There were some more experimental tracks on the original album. I wish they would see the light of day one day.
She still remembers me, I saw her at a Steps gig on their first comeback when I walked past she was doing a meet and greet thing, and she waved and said Hi Kala, but it was way too busy to stop and jump the queue.
Certain little bits of Give You My Love remind me of Murder On The Dancefloor somehow. If only it had stolen the groove. It's alright, more nondescript than the previous few though and well out of ideas by the middle 8.
09 Too Far Gone
08 Back In Time
07 Obscenely Delicious
09 Boy On The Dancefloor
06 Give You My Love