The first single from Kylie's second album was the unforgettable Hand On Your Heart (yes, that's right, the one with the cheap video), with b-side Just Wanna Love You. It secured another number one hit for Kylie in April 1989.
The follow up, released in July, was Wouldn't Change a Thing, the first Kylie single I bought (b-sides were It's No Secret and a mix of Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi, both from the first album). It reached number 2 in the UK charts. The video featured a very easy-to-follow dance routine and Kylie clowning around with a home video camera.
The album Enjoy Yourself, complete with free poster, was released in October of that year, preceding the next single Never Too Late. It became Kylie's second number one album. Interesting(?) fact: The cassette version had the tracks listed in the wrong order on the inlay card.
Although Enjoy Yourself was Kylie's favourite candidate for the next single, Pete Waterman preferred to release Never Too Late, complete with b-side Kylie's Smiley Mix (a mix of some of Kylie's previous hits and album tracks). It reached number 4 in the UK charts. It was followed, in January 1990, by a cover of Tears on my Pillow, taken from the soundtrack to The Delinquents, Kylie's first film attempt. The b-side to the single was We Know the Meaning of Love. A follow up single of Nothing to Lose was planned, but scrapped.
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