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"Can't Get You out of My Head"
Single by Kylie Minogue
from the album Fever
B-side "Boy"
"Rendezvous at Sunset"
Released September 8, 2001 (2001-09-08)
(see Release history)
Format CD single (worldwide)
Vinyl single
Cassette single (Australia)
Recorded 2001
London, United Kingdom
Genre Dance-pop, house[1]
Length 3:51 (Album Version)
3:41 (Radio & Video Versions)
Label Parlophone
Mushroom Records
Capitol Records
Writer(s) Cathy Dennis
Rob Davis
Producer Cathy Dennis
Rob Davis
Certification 3x platinum (ARIA)
(see Certifications)
Kylie Minogue singles chronology
"Butterfly"
(2001)
"Can't Get You out of My Head"
(2001)
"In Your Eyes"
(2002)
Kylie Minogue American singles chronology
"Butterfly"
(2001)
"Can't Get You out of My Head"
(2002)
"Love at First Sight"
(2002)

"Can't Get You out of My Head" is a dance-pop song recorded by Australian singer-songwriter Kylie Minogue for her eighth studio album Fever (2001). It was written and produced by Cathy Dennis and Rob Davis. Released as the album's lead single in the third quarter of 2001 (see 2001 in music), it reached number one in 15 countries and has sold over four million copies worldwide.[2] The song became Minogue's first U.S. top-ten single in 13 years and is recognised as Minogue's signature song. In Kylie's biography the song's chart history is cited in describing it as Minogue's most successful hit to date. It featured in an episode of The Simpsons entitled Homerazzi.

Contents

Music video

Minogue driving a De Tomaso Mangusta in the video for "Can't Get You Out Of My Head".

The accompanying music video for "Can't Get You Out Of My Head" was directed by Dawn Shadforth. It shows Minogue driving towards a futuristic city and back-up dancers in various futuristic costumes dancing in a highly stylized manner. It then focuses on Minogue in a sporty outfit, after which she is seen with other dancers in a computer-generated futuristic city. Her white, hooded costume, with plunging necklines and revealing slits, was widely discussed both for its fashion style and for Minogue's overt sexual posturing.[citation needed] Lastly, she appears with a curly hairdo in a metal-like costume. In his book La La La, William Baker conceded that the robotic dance within the video was purposely developed to give Minogue an association with a dance the way Madonna had developed an association with Vogueing, he felt that at this stage in her career it was important for Minogue to set trends and not follow them the way Madonna had before her.

In 2002, the video won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Choreography. It was voted the third best video of all time by viewers of MTV Italy.

Release history

Region Date
Australia September 8, 2001 (2001-09-08)
United Kingdom September 17, 2001 (2001-09-17)
United States February 2002 (2002-02)

Reception

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Commercial

Minogue scored her seventh chart-topper on the Australian Singles Chart when "Can't Get You Out of My Head" debuted at number-one on September 23, 2001.[3] The song spent four weeks at the top and became the third best-selling single of the year, only behind LeAnn Rimes' "Can't Fight the Moonlight" and Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me".[4] The Australian Recording Industry Association certified it three-times platinum for shipping 210,000 copies.[5] Additionally, the song peaked at number-one on the New Zealand Singles Charts and stayed there for three weeks.[6] It was later certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand.[7]

"Can't Get You Out of My Head" reached the top spot in every single European country bar Finland, where it peaked at number five.[8] The song spent 16 weeks at number-one on the Eurochart Hot 100 Singles and was replaced by Robbie Williams and Nicole Kidman's "Somethin' Stupid" in January, 2002.[9] Notably, "Can't Get You Out of My Head" reached number-one for a week on the French and the German Singles Chart, where it sold over 500,000 copies in each country and was certified platinum by the Syndicat National de l'Édition Phonographique and the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry respectively.[10][11] The single sold over 306,000 copies in its first week of release, resulting in a number-one debut on the UK Singles Chart, where it spent four weeks at the top.[2][12] By the end of the years, the single had sold 1,037,235 units, making it the third highest-selling single of 2001, only behind Shaggy's "It Wasn't Me" and Hear'Say's "Pure and Simple".[13] To date, it has sold over 1.1 million copies and is ranked as the 67th best-selling of all-time in Britain.[14] Eventually, the British Phonographic Industry certified it platinum.[15] Additionally, Minogue is part of a group of seven female acts with million-selling singles, which includes singers Whitney Houston, Cher and Céline Dion, among others.[16] "Can't Get You Out of My Head" is Minogue's second million-seller in the U.K., the first being the No. 1 hit "Especially for You", a collaboration with Jason Donovan released in 1988.[17] With over four million sales worldwide, "Can't Get You Out of My Head" is Minogue's most successful single to date.[2]

Following the success achieved around the world, "Can't Get You Out of My Head" was released in North America in 2002. The single originally appeared at number 23 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles on January 5.[18] Two weeks later it debuted at number sixty-four on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number seven in its ninth week on the chart.[19][20] Thus, becoming Minogue's first top ten hit in the U.S. since "The Loco-Motion", which peaked at number three for two weeks in 1988.[21] The song spent 20 weeks on the chart and landed at number 45 on Billboard magazine's year-end chart.[22][23] "Can't Get You Out of My Head" was an all-around hit on Top 40 radio, reaching the top ten on the Top 40 Mainstream, the Top 40 Tracks and the Rhythmic Top 40, which helped the single to peaked at number eight on the Hot 100 Airplay.[21][24] Additionally, the song topped the Hot Dance Club Play chart.[21] In its original physical release, the single experienced weak sales peaking at number seventy-two on the Hot 100 Singles Sales.[25] However, on August 15, 2005, the Recording Industry Association of America certified it gold for selling over 500,000 digital downloads in the U.S.[26]

Critical

In August 2009, Pitchfork Media listed "Can't Get You Out of My Head" in their Top 500 tracks of the 2000s list at number 37.[27] Tim Finney said about the song: "How did Kylie make one of the decade's finest dance-pop anthems? By offering less: less singing, less melody, less feeling. What's left is a buzzy, insatiable desire, an itch you can't scratch but maybe can dance out. Kylie is a diva more than singer, understanding intuitively how each coy purr, each insouciant whisper can speak to and for the lust of her audience. The point is not to want her, but to want what she wants: In the right environment, dancing to Can't Get You Out of My Head traces a shared history of hopeful flirtations, irresistible seductions, inevitable disappointments, and the helpless compulsion to repeat the cycle again. If its sleek, synthetic surfaces feel hollow, it's because fantasy is hollow, a shell for impossible expectation."[27]

In December 2009, the staff of Rolling Stone listed the song in their list, 100 Best Songs of the Decade, at number 45.[28] They said of the song: "The pint-size Aussie disco dolly seduced the U.S. with this mirror-ball classic, chanting that obsessive melody in a sea of "la-la-la" vocals. We've been hearing it at the gym ever since."[28]

In January 2010, Stylus Magazine put the song on their list, The Top 100 Singles of the Noughties, at number 20.[29] Mike Atkinson said of the song: "Like so many great pop records before it, “Can’t Get You Out Of My Head” represents a graceful collision of contrasts. It is both participative and private, matching perky singalong sections with intimate confessions, worried pleas, and moments of blissful surrender. Beneath the archetypal gay-disco bounce, an electric piano sketches a melancholy counterpoint, adding blue notes to the primary coloured template. A soaring, swooning glide of strings is subverted by a series of blaring electronic miaows, which in turn remind us of those strange purring noises which greeted us at the start of the track. Do they subliminally reinforce our image of Kylie-as-sex-kitten, or are they there to satirise, and gently debunk? We could chuckle at the arch wryness of it all… or we could dismiss all these jolly trappings as misleading flim-flam, a smokescreen for the “dark secret” which lies at the heart of the composition… or we could simply de-tune from the detail, yield to the magic, and luxuriate in its utter perfection." [29]

Also in January 2010, Slant Magazine listed the song in their Best of the Aughts: Singles at number 3.[30] Dave Hughes said of the song: "Names can be destinies; titles can be too. So it goes with Kylie's most global hit, an iridescent earworm remarkably effective at its explicit mission of reprogramming your brain. Kraftwerk with an armful of million-dollar hooks and an international-scale marketing budget, its robotic after-hours pulse signaled the arrival of a minimal era in dance music. It still sounds like a future where everyone's coked up, wearing slinky dresses, driving sleek cars too fast on the autobahn en route to the coolest party in the world—and it still lives up to its title's promise."[30]

In February 2010, NME put the song in their list 100 Tracks of the Decade at number 74.[31] Ash Dosanjh, noted that the song "Proved the Aussie songstress was more than just an impossible pop princess." He went on to say: "Whether you were an indie purest or a rock traditionalist, there was one certainty with Kylie’s 2001 hit, and that was that it wasn’t just the fodder of sugared dance pop zealots. For here was a song that encapsulated everything enviable in a well-crafted song. Catchy hooks, a salaciously cool video and lyrical content that did exactly what it said on the tin. Reaching Number One in over 40 countries, 'Can’t Get You Out Of My Head’ may not have been the last decent song that this Neighbours alumnus released, but it is arguably still her best."[31]

Awards and chart achievements

[32]

  • The song was nominated in two categories of the Aria Awards in Australia: "Highest selling Australian single" and "Single of the Year"
  • The single becomes the most played track on German radio ever within one week
  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" received over 3000 radio plays in one week in the UK, the first time in the history of the Airplay Chart that any track has been played over 3000 times in a week
  • The song finished its release year in the United Kingdom as the 3rd biggest single, the number 1 most played song of the year, and at 8 weeks in the top position, the most weeks at No. 1 in the history of the UK Airplay Chart
  • The music video won the Award for "Best Choreography" in a video at the American MTV Awards
  • The video further won major awards at the UK Creative and Design Awards including: "Best Pop Video" and "Best Video of 2001"
  • Popular British music magazine NME named the work as the best video of the year
  • In Greece it becomes EMI’s biggest selling single of all time
  • The work was the biggest selling single of the year in Norway
  • The song was nominated for "Best International Video" at Canada's the Much Music Video Awards
  • The work won 3 Ivor Novello Awards honouring British song and music writers: "Best International Single", "Best Dance Record" and "Most Played Record of The Year"

Formats and track listing

International CD 1 (CDRS6562/8798640)
  1. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" — 3:51
  2. "Boy" — 3:47
  3. "Rendezvous at Sunset" — 3:23
  4. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Video]
International CD 2 (CDR6562/8798642)
  1. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" — 3:51
  2. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [K&M Mindprint Mix] — 6:34
  3. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Plastika Mix] — 9:26
International CD 3 (7243 87986923)
  1. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" — 3:51
  2. "Boy" — 3:47

*European CD 3 has a cardboard sleeve — not released in Germany.

Australia CD 2 (020552)
  1. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" — 3:51
  2. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [K&M Mindprint Mix] — 6:34
  3. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Plastika Mix] — 9:26
  4. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Superchumbo Todo Mamado Mix] — 8:32
Digital EP - Remixes

(Not available at time of original release. Not available in the USA.)

  1. "Can't Get Blue Monday Out of My Head" [Live] — 4:28
  2. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Extended Instrumental] — 5:57
  3. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Extended Mix] — 5:57
  4. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Nick Faber Remix] — 6:00
  5. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Radio Slave Remix Dub Re-Edit] — 5:00
  6. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Radio Slave Vocal Re-Edit] — 10:25
  7. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Superchumbo Leadhead Dub] — 7:00
  8. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Superchumbo Todo Mamado Mix] — 8:35
  9. "Can't Get You Out of My Head" [Superchumbo Voltapella Mix] — 1:54

Additional remixes

Greg Kurstin has made a remix of the song.

  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Greg Kurstin Remix) - 4:05 [available as b-side to In My Arms on several formats and as a bonus track on some editions of remix album Boombox]

Soulwax has made two remixes of the song.

Mike Rizzo has made three remixes of the song.

  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Mike Rizzo Global Radio Mix) - 3:43 - promo only
  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Mike Rizzo Global Mixshow Mix) - 5:44 - promo only
  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Mike Rizzo Global Club Mix) - 8:26 - promo only

Dirty South (DJ) has made a remix of the song.

  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Dirty South's Bootleg Mix) - 3:31 - promo only

Peter Rauhofer has made a remix of the song.

  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Peter Rauhofer Club Mix) - 10:07 - promo only

Thunderpuss has made a remix of the song.

  • "Can't Get You Out of My Head" (Thunderpuss Mix) - 6:32 - promo only

Live Performances

Kylie performed the song on the following concert tours:

The song was also performed on:

Charts

Weekly Charts

Chart (2001) Peak
Position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[3] 1
Austrian Singles Chart[33] 1
Belgian Flemish Singles Chart[34] 1
Belgian Walloon Singles Chart[35] 1
Danish Singles Chart[36] 1
Dutch Singles Chart[37] 1
European Hot 100 Singles[38] 1
Finnish Singles Chart[39] 5
French SNEP Singles Chart[8] 1
German Singles Chart[40] 1
Irish Singles Chart[41] 1
Italian FIMI Singles Chart[42] 1
New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart[6] 1
Norwegian Singles Chart[43] 1
Swedish Singles Chart[44] 1
Swiss Singles Chart[45] 1
UK Singles Chart[46] 1
Chart (2002) Peak
Position
Canadian BDS Airplay Chart[40] 3
U.S. Billboard Hot 100[21] 7
U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play[21] 1

All-Time Charts

Country Position
United Kingdom[14] 67
Switzerland[47] 156

2000's Charts

Country Position
United Kingdom[14] 7[a]
Australia[48] 58

Annual Charts

Year Country Position
2001 Australia[4] 3
Austria[49] 1
Belgium (Flanders)[50] 8
Belgium (Wallonia)[51] 5
France[52] 8
Germany[53] 6
Switzerland[54] 1
United Kingdom[13] 3
2002 Austria[55] 50
France[56] 36
Germany[57] 15
Switzerland[54] 26
United States[23] 12

Certifications

Country Certifier Certification Sales or
Shipments
Australia ARIA 3× Platinum[5] 210,000[58]
Austria IFPI Platinum[59] 30,000[58]
Belgium ultratop.be 2× Platinum [60] 80,000[58]
France SNEP Platinum[10] 500,000[58]
Germany IFPI Platinum[11] 500,000[61]
New Zealand RIANZ Gold[7] 7,500[58]
Norway IFPI Platinum[62] 20,000[58]
Sweden IFPI Platinum[63] 60,000[58]
Switzerland IFPI Platinum[64] 40,000[64]
United Kingdom BPI Platinum[15] 1,100,000[14]
United States RIAA Gold[26] 800,000[58]

Cover versions

Album versions

Live versions

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Further reading

The Complete Kylie, Simon Sheridan, Reynolds & Hearn Books (February 2009). (2nd ed.) ISBN 1905287895

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"Can We Fix It?" by Bob The Builder
Australian ARIA Singles Chart number-one single
September 16, 2001 - October 7, 2001
Succeeded by
"Because I Got High" by Afroman
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"Follow Me" by Uncle Cracker
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September 22, 2001 - October 13, 2001
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"Hey Baby" by DJ Otzi
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September 23, 2001 - October 20, 2001
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October 6, 2001 - November 10, 2001
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October 6, 2001 - November 10, 2001
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November 24, 2001
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