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1987 – Kylie’s recording career begins with the The Loco-Motion

1987 –
Kylie Minogue’s recording career begins with the release of her cover version of the Little Eva hit The Loco-Motion; the single spends seven weeks at number one in her native Australia and leads to a contract with UK record producers Stock Aitken Waterman.

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