~ Release group by Kylie Minogue


  • GB2001-10-05
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)535 8042, 7243 535804 2 1724353580421
  • AU2001-10-08
Festival Mushroom Records (label has FMR with a little speaker on top), Warner Music Australia (AU subsidiary of Warner Music International since 1988)3346429397603346422
  • JP2001-10-11
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)TOCP‐658734988006796300
FeverKylieDigital Media13
  • AU2002-02-26
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)
  • US2002-02-26
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.)CDP 7243 5 37670 2 0724353767020
FeverKylie MinogueEnhanced CD16
  • JP2002-05-09
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.)TOCP‐659744988006800007
Fever (AU Special Edition)Kylie2×CD13 + 7
  • AU2002-11-18
Festival Mushroom Records (label has FMR with a little speaker on top)3360729397603360725
FeverKylie Minogue2×CD12 + 7
  • XE2002-11-18
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)543 2222, 7243 543222 2 8724354322228
Fever (special Asian AVCD edition)Kylie Minogue2×CD12 + 10
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)7243 5 39136 0 1724353913601
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)7243 54 336829724354336829
Fever (special edition)Kylie2×CD12 + 7
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)7243 543 2222 8724354322228
Fever (BMG music club release)Kylie MinogueCD12
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.), BMG Direct Marketing, Inc. (BMG company that owned their direct marketing company/club editions)CDP 7243 5 37670 2 0, D142508[none]
FeverKylie MinogueCD12
Capitol Records (imprint of Capitol Records, Inc.)CDP 7243 5 37670 2 0724353767020
Fever (special edition)KylieCD + Enhanced CD16 + 10
  • JP2003-01-16
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)TOCP‐66130, TOCP‐661314988006807938
FeverKylie MinogueCD16
  • JP2009-07-01
Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)TOCP-541344988006873827
FeverKylie2×CD12 + 7Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)7243 543 2222 8724354322228
Fever (deluxe edition)Kylie2×Digital Media12 + 7Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)724354322259
FeverKylieDigital Media12Parlophone (aka Parlophone UK)724354336850


associated singles/EPs:Can’t Get You Out of My Head by Kylie
Come Into My World by Kylie
In Your Eyes by Kylie
Love at First Sight by Kylie
part of:Huffington Post: Sexiest Album Covers: From the 50’s to Now (number: 53) (order: 52)
Discogs:https://www.discogs.com/master/31337 [info]
reviews:https://www.bbc.co.uk/music/reviews/nvrg [info]
other databases:http://www.musik-sammler.de/album/28940 [info]
https://rateyourmusic.com/release/album/kylie/fever/ [info]
Allmusic:https://www.allmusic.com/album/mw0000658212 [info]
Wikidata:Q156710 [info]

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After the years of dalliance with music styles, and floating awkwardly on the edge of popularity, Kylie is now undoubtedly back on top form. Last year's 'Light Years' album saw her digging her heels in, in an effort to reclaim her title as 'Princess Of Pop' from a new generation of all singing and all pouting stars. Now the success of single 'Can't Get You Out Of My Head' looks destined to propel 'Fever' to the top of the charts for a good while yet. By leaving her pure pop roots behind a little, to give way to a more daring, dance-floor pleasing sound, Kylie has found a winning formula that pleases both 'the kids' and their salivating dads alike.

'More, More, More', the album's opening track, hears her oozing sensuous vocals over funky bass and disco beats, setting the upbeat tone of the album. Whilst steering just clear of raunch, tracks like the Modjo-esq 'Love At First Sight' and catchy title track 'Fever' use tempting lyrics and suggestive panting to underpin a none-too-subtle good time agenda. The highlight of 'Fever' has to be when Kylie turns down the bpm for a minute during 'Your Love'. An instantly pleasing and warm number that manages to maintain sincerity in it's sweet vocals and pleasant acoustic guitar line. This is however a rare serene moment in what is primarily a bit of an arse-shimmying, glizty-disco affair. Although not ranking high in the originality stakes and branching sometimes into over-produced territory, 'Fever' is at least consistent, with no stand out weak tracks or dodgy fillers. Kylie deserves respect (if only for her longevity and resilience) but as for 'Princess Of Pop'; compared to the likes of Britney and Samantha Mumba, she's more like the Queen Mother. Never mind though, she's got nothing to worry about with this album - it's going to sell bucket loads.