Minogue's silver jubilee album was 'intimidating'
Los Angeles, Oct 17 : Singer Kylie Minogue has launched her latest album "The Abbey Road Sessions", which marks her 25 years in the music industry, and says it was intimidating.
The album is a compilation of Minogue's popular tracks like "The loco-motion", "Confide in me" and "Can't get you out of my head".
She has recorded these tracks for a special disc that will be out Oct 29.
"Initially, 'Abbey Road..' was a bit intimidating. I thought the place would have attitude but the whole experience was really gorgeous and you know, you know you are on hallowed ground," thesun. co. uk quoted the singer as saying.
"I actually do think it sounds really nice there," she added.
The 44-year-old made her singing debut with single "Loco-Motion" and "I should be so lucky" in 1987.
Later she came out with great hits like "Tears on my pillow", "Step back in time" and "Love at first sight". (IANS)