Body Language

  • Record Label: Capitol
  • Release Date: Feb 10, 2004
User Score
8.0

Generally favorable reviews- based on 60 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 47 out of 60
  2. Negative: 6 out of 60

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  1. [Anonymous]
    Jan 25, 2007
    6
    One of her best, although she really needs to grow up and stop thinking about money. She is definetely a singles artist, and her only great album was Impossible Princess, since then its been all about making commercial pop/dance songs. She wrote very few of these tracks, so she can not claim credit for the experimental tracks here. It gets a 6 because of Slow - her best ever single, and a One of her best, although she really needs to grow up and stop thinking about money. She is definetely a singles artist, and her only great album was Impossible Princess, since then its been all about making commercial pop/dance songs. She wrote very few of these tracks, so she can not claim credit for the experimental tracks here. It gets a 6 because of Slow - her best ever single, and a few tracks towards the end. Her best since IP (8/10) but that still isnt saying much Expand
  2. Apr 8, 2015
    6
    The album brought a more R&B sound with the goal of Kylie Minogue to remain in the US market after the success of the album "Fever". However, the style did not match with Minogue, even though she was a complete artist to suit different styles.
Metascore
62

Generally favorable reviews - based on 17 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 17
  2. Negative: 2 out of 17
  1. Blender
    30
    A suite of weak songs and half-finished ideas. [Mar 2004, p.120]
  2. Body Language isn’t so much a massive artistic leap as it is a total distillation of her sound and style.
  3. Body Language finds Kylie partying like it's 1987 all over again, only minus the dubious millinery and Jason Donovan, taking inspiration from the likes of Kool and the Gang and Prince to pleasing if not always memorable effect.