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Kylie Minogue

Sensitized (3:54)

From Kylie Minogue's 2007 album, "X", "Sensitized" has an unusual sound which can be attributed to the song's heavy sampling of Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot's 1967 single, "Bonnie & Clyde" in the song.

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  • Sampling at its best.
  • This song is so hot.
  • It should have been a single... [3] <3
  • if my body could fly I'd hit the ceiling...
  • There is honestly nothing bad about this song. It's probably my favourite from X.
  • 1,65 pure sexypeal and a voice that let you feel like in bed with her..
  • After all these years, I just realized this song sounds a lot like it could be a Spice Girls song!
  • Trouble is Sensitized doesn't update Gainsbourg's classic enough (same problem with Like A Drug). There's nothing experimental about taking a decades old track and adding some modern sheen. Sensitized is an uneasy mix between old and new and should have been better produced. The bridge is the song's saving grace and hints at what it could (and should) have sounded like...
  • The 'yelps' are what make the track unique, and feature in the original too. It's called experimenting, something which Kylie hasn't done enough of recently!
  • The yelps are part of a bigger problem not THE problem. There's way too much going on here and it all fells very rushed...

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