Kylie Minogue announced as Album Day Ambassador, confirms ‘Fever’ reissue

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The pop icon said he is “so proud” to be a part of National Album Day

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Kylie Minogue has been named Album Day Ambassador for 2021, and has also confirmed that she is re-releasing her “Fever” album to mark its 20th anniversary.

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The pop icon – who released her most recent album ‘Disco’ last year – is one of five women selected national album day Ambassador with Laura Mvula, Ray BLK, Joy Crooks and Sherlyn Spiteri of Texas.

Taking place on 16 October and presented in conjunction with BBC Sounds and Bowers & Wilkins, the theme for this year’s National Album Day is: “Celebrating Women in Music”.


“I’m so proud to be a part of National Album Day with such amazing, inspiring female artists!” Minogue said of the honor.

The “Can’t Get You Out of My Head” hitmaker is also celebrating the 20th anniversary of her classic eighth studio album “Fever” – which was released on October 1, 2001 – with multiple format reissues.

Limited-edition releases will be issued on white vinyl, which also includes a unique print; The new version will also be available on a frosted recycled clear cassette. A silver vinyl format and a range of bespoke ‘Fever’ merchandise will also be available for purchase exclusively from Minogue. official website.

The “Fever” anniversary reissues will be available in the UK and Australia on 15 October and the rest of the world on 19 November. fans can Pre-order them here.

Upon its release, ‘Fever’ topped the charts in Australia, Austria, Germany, Ireland and the UK and was named Best International Album at the 2002 BRIT Awards. It also achieved great success in the US, where it reached number three on the Billboard charts; It would eventually be certified 5x platinum in the UK and 7x platinum in Australia.


Meanwhile, Ed Sheeran has recently confirmed in an interview that Kylie Minogue will be appearing on his upcoming album.

Speaking to Australian radio host Ash London, Sheeran confirmed that Minogue, as well as beloved Australian musician Jimmy Barnes, provide backing vocals on the yet-to-be-released track.

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