25 Favorite Kylie Minogue songs (yes, complete list lol)

Kylie Minogue has managed to be have number ones in the UK in every decade since the 80s, having sold more than 68 million records, she's one of the most accomplished artists in music today. Here's a list of her best songs since her start in music in 1987.
And the list has 26 songs (alphabetically arranged) because I was finishing and realized I missed Wow and that's one of my favorites so I added it and had to stop because I have many more and it'll be a long list, so..

1. 2 Hearts, 2007
From the album X, the pop song features elements of glam rock and Rock 'n' roll.

2. Better The Devil You Know, 1990
One of Kylie's better and most famous singles, from her third studio album Rhythm of Love. It's a dance-pop song that features elements of synthpop and disco influences.

3. Can't Get You Out Of My Head, 2001
Up-tempo, dance-pop and nu-disco song with electronic influences and an iconinc video, it's her most successful single to date and the song that's considered her signature, reaching number one in 40 countries; from her eighth studio album Fever.

4. Chocolate, 2004
From the album Body Language, it's a dance written song, known to be very different to Kylie's signature music, which was more uptempo dance music. One of my favorite videos from her and a popular stripclub song

5. Come Into My World, 2003
From the album Fever it was the last single to be released, it's a pop song with dance/house influences and one of her best songs and videos.

6. Confide In Me, 1994
One of her mos successful and acclaimed singles to date, from her fifth studio album Kylie Minogue.
Multi-genre pop song with jazz and r&b influences.

7. Especially For You, 1988
This is a duet performed with Jason Donovan featured in her second studio album Enjoy Yourself.
She also performed this song with Kermit the Frog having been invited to become one of a select few to make an episode of the UK ITV show An Audience with... Kylie Minogue in 2001.

8. Get Outta My Way, 2010
Second and one of the best singles from Aphrodite with synthpop and disco influences, pure dance song. The video features sexy dancers and Kylie writhing on the floor, classic.

9. Got To Be Certain, 1988
Not originally for Kylie, this pop-dance song was the second single from her debut album and top ten in many countries. Has been featured in at least 5 of her tours and her compilation albums.

10. I Believe In You, 2004
Dance-pop song it was written by Kylie and Scissor Sister's Jake Shears and Babydaddy, it was released as the first single from the second greatest hits compilation, Ultimate Kylie.

11. I Should Be So Lucky, 1987
From her fisrt album, light pop song was an instant hit in many countries. An undisputed classic, "I Should Be So Lucky" later appeared on six of Kylie's hit compilations including Ultimate Kylie (2004), The Best of Kylie Minogue (2012), and The Abbey Road Sessions (2012).

12. In Your Eyes, 2002
It was originally scheduled for earlier release, but was delayed because of the airplay popularity of "Can't Get You Out of My Head". It debuted at number three on the UK singles chart, becoming her twenty-second top ten single.

13. Kids, 2000
A duet by Robbie Williams and Kylie Minogue, released as the second single from Sing When You're Winning, Williams' fourth studio album. It was also included on Minogue's seventh studio album, Light Years and released as the third single on 9 October 2000. Williams and then songwriting partner Guy Chambers co-wrote the song for Minogue. Williams liked the song enough to turn it into a duet.

14. Love At First Sight, 2002
From Fever, this is a dance-pop song with strong house and europop elements. With success in the US was performed live in SNL and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

I love this video and can't help to always obsess over the dancer that makes a wrong move at 1:34.

15. Magnetic Electric, 2007
A unreleased track and fan favorite (featured in the Antitour--still waiting for the official album/dvd smh), it was later stated in an interview on her official website that the original title of the album was Magnetic Electric but because during the production period, fans on the forums had been referring to it as "Album X", X seemed to Minogue the obvious name for the album it has great outtakes/bsides/demos.

16. Never To Late, 1989
Pop–dance song written and produced by British production team Stock, Aitken and Waterman for Kylie Minogue's second album Enjoy Yourself. It was later rerecorded for Kylie's orchestral compilation album, The Abbey Road Sessions, in 2012.

17. On A Night Like This, 2000
Second single form her seventh studio album, the song led to being honoured as the artist having the most singles debuting at number one in Australia. It also gave her a record for having the largest fall from the number one position—falling to number five. It was also successful in the UK where it peaked at number two.

18. Shocked, 1991
Last single form her thrid album, this song with funk elements features a video shot in Paris.

19. Slow, 2003
First single from Body Language, marked as a highlight of the album and is also known as one of her best. It was nominated for Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in the 47th Grammy Awards.

20. Spinning Around, 2000
It was originally intended for Paula Abdul's comeback album. However, as the album never came to fruition, it was given to KM, who recorded it for her seventh studio album Light Years. The accompanying music video is often considered a metamorphosis in Minogue's career.

21. Step Back In Time
The song didn't receive much attention on the singles chart, but manage to peak inside the top ten in the UK at number four, and number five in her native Australia. From Rhythm of Love is the second single from the album.

22. The Loco-Motion, 1987
After an impromptu performance of the song at an Australian rules football charity event with the cast of the Australian soap opera Neighbours. The song was a success in Australia, reaching number one and remaining there for seven weeks. The success of the song in her home country resulted in her signing a record deal with PWL Records in London and to working with the successful team Stock Aitken & Waterman.

23. The One, 2008
Last single from X, a midtempo synthpop song that wasn't successful in the music charts, due to very limited promotion. A fan favorite has been performed in every tour since its released.

24. What Do I Have To Do, 1991
This song has been performed on most of KM concert tours, including her Rhythm of Love Tour, Let's Get to It Tour and Intimate and Live Tour; The Showgirl: The Greatest Hits Tour and the Homecoming Tour, and has been most recently been performed at her Aphrodite World Tour.

25. Wow, 2008
A commercial success, it managed to peak inside the top 20 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs and has been performed on three of KM concert tours.

26. Your Disco Needs You, 2001
This song is super campy, that's the best description.

Source: I compiled the list, data is from wikipedia here and here, videos from youtube.

Are your favorites here? What did I miss? For me Red Blooded Woman, Flower, White Diamond, Cherry Bomb, most of Aphrodite.
I like her early music and videos but as I've learned about her until Kids, the 00s to date have my favorite Kylie eras. What do you think about best live performances as a list?

Sorry mods, Tyfyt