Oz Gets Kylie 'Put Your Hands Up' Physical CD Single OUT NOW!
We were already full of praise for Warner Music and their incredible efforts to give Australian fans something that wasn't available anywhere else in the world. The 'Aphrodite : Les Folies' tour edition was brilliant enough - what with its three discs, one chock full of remixes, some of which have never been released on CD before.
Then they pulled out all the stops with the incredible 'Goddess Edition' - a sublime limited edition deluxe book that houses the disc in a stunning pop-up lotus flower. Limited to just 1000 copies, it's bound to go down in history as one of the most sought after Kylie collectables ever.
But now comes word that Warner hasn't just been working on these releases. Oh no. Beyond a bunch of digital bundles for the new single 'Put Your Hands Up', Warner Music Australia is also bringing fans an Australian-exclusive physical CD single of 'Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)' with exclusive Aussie cover art (above).
The Australian exclusive physical CD single of Kylie's latest single 'Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)' will be hitting the stores a little sooner than we'd anticipated. You'll find it at selected music retailers from tomorrow! (JUNE 3rd)
The team at Warner has been working on this little gem for the last couple of weeks after signing off on both the Aussie exclusive tour edition of Aphrodite and the stunning 'Goddess Edition' of the album.
The gang at Warner recently tweeted a picture of the final product (looks better than the image above) HERE.
And here's what you'll find on the physical copy when it hits the shops;
01. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love)
02. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) (Pete Hammond Remix - Radio Edit)
03. Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) (Pete Hammond Remix)
04. Cupid Boy ‘Live from London'
05. Cupid Boy (Stereogamous Vocal Mix)
A very limited edition of the physical version of the Australian single with exclusive artwork for Australian fans will be available at select record stores.
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Way to go, Warner Music Australia!