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You gotta admire Pete waterman love of American pop music.. His love of R&B actually ended up hurting his biggest act Kylie Minogue, when her 1991 album "Let's get to it", was new jack swing and more urban influenced, this was very let down after the obvious Let's do A Paula Abdul album with 1990's Rhythm of Love" and touch of Madonna, given Stephen bray worked on the title Track and I think count the days. But I guess the Only album in that era to not have a certification in the UK, lowest charting album to date #15, only impossible princess and her Christmas album are her only one's to not go top ten, or top 5 (Number 9 was rhythm of love), so waterman wanting to do a victory lap as the defining producer of 80s and 90s dance pop, sought to do something, before steps, he tried Mariah Carey but make it British, released in 1996, the year spice girls crashed the gates and changed the music industry Big Time in Britain, he Lost a battle, to counteract and actually have his last hurrah, The Abba on speed, Steps was his last gift to British Pop music in the 20th century, but bianca said it's supposed to sound like Mariah Carey, but the spice girls HAPPENED, and we'll he got paid dust again as they say. @Slayer @Isla @Jordan Miller
If Max Martin is to The Hit maker behind Britney spears and teen pop. The same can be said for Pete Waterman. Through his hit factory.. You had bananarama, Rick astley, Jason Donavan and his two biggest acts. Kylie minogue and Steps. Pete was considered the hottest producer in pop Music for the UK.. Everybody wanted to work with him Even instinct said he just didn't aim for pop radio, his team did their own remixes, so when DNA announced they are the official remix of Shocked by Kylie minogue, it was like what he relented power to someone else for once. He was that in demand as a producer because he not only did dance but tracks like Never gonna give you up by Rick astley and Word is out by Kylie minogue from 1991's underrated let's get to it, her only PWL album to actually flop in terms of her era with that label actually proved he understood r&b quite well. With the freestyle and the new jack swing of both tracks. @Slayer @Prachi He understood that sometimes a single needs a delay so a new mix could be created and case in point the duet of Kylie and Jason's Especially for you had a different mix ready to ship, but he knew he could improve the Music causing a two week delay, but he was right. The public lapped it up and in 2015 the original mix became available and it was very lackluster to the one that was issued.