Album of the week: Kim Wilde "Come Out And Play"

Finally it`s here. Kim Wilde is releasing a new album today in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. Everyone is talking about a big comeback, they seem to forget that Kim has been playing lots of gigs the last years and released “Never Say Never” in 2006, an album with a couple of new songs and new versions of old hits.

But this time, Kim has recorded an album with all brand new fantastic tracks. The first one, “King Of The World”, shows that she still with almost 50 can rock. The up tempo song goes directly to your heart and Kim wrote the song for a very close friend who suddenly died last year. “Lights Down Low”, the first single from the album, is a typical Wilde song, strong melody and sexy lyrics, although this one was a present from her new record label and not written by the Wilde ones. “Real Life” is a very radio friendly nice cute pop song about life should be a wonderful book and “Greatest Journey” is an addictive duet with Glenn Gregory from Heaven 17. “I Want What I Want” is another hit song with a great message. Followed by the wonderful ballad “Love Conquers All”, featuring Nik Kershaw on guest vocals, but if you wouldn`t know, you hardly recognise him. The powerful rock song “Hey You” will either annoy Depeche Mode fans or they take it as a tribute to their favourite band. “Suicide” is another killer track and “This Paranoia” is pure fun pop! “Loving You More”, another nice ballad which Kim sang during her last concerts is followed by the abolute highlight of the album: “Get Out”. This is the best song on the whole album, a fantastic up-tempo song that screams big hit all over! This should be a single. “My Wish Is Your Command” reminds of old 80s tracks from Kim and the last song, the way too short  cute “Jessica” is a dedication to her dog Jess, an airdale terrier.

It`s great that Kim is back in such a great form, sounding fresher than ever and she loves to make new records again! This album is her best since the 1988 released “Close” and will bring her back into the Top Ten of the German charts for sure! Other countries should follow. The WILDE one is back!

http://www.kimwilde.com

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5 comments on Album of the week: Kim Wilde "Come Out And Play"

  1. Again a good article on Kim.
    It’s funny, we thought the same thing for the beginning of the article.
    The album is there, yesss!
    I like Kim since 1981 AC Waouuu a long time!
    Thank you and good weekend, JPaul from France

  2. Love new Kim Wilde album, never thought i ‘ll say this but Lights down low -is Kim’s best single since her #1 hit You Keep me Hangin on, LDL has the most playful and seductive lyrics. Real Life -is pure pop perfection, don’t get tired of that song she sings with full of emotions. Hey You is just a kick ass track. Greatest Jurney is a beautiful jurney, Glen & Kim’s voice blends in very nice. I want what i want -80′s vibe for 21 century, and of course albums best track is Get Out- angry little number with fabulous lyrics and her voice suits to the tea….Get Out should be released “internationaly”.

  3. this is one of her best albums.fantastic songs really upbeat.
    but i bet no radio station will play it,drowned out by this rap crap.

  4. Im andys partner,we both love kim wilde.
    Since i met andy back in 80s we always listen to her and try to see her live.
    This album rocks and as andy has said is one of her best yet,since she re-done you came in 2006 this was a turning point,more rocky more sexy great stuff defo album of the year.
    got it on in car all the time and our 11 year old daughter loves it as well.

  5. glad you like the album, it`s definately one of her best works!