The woman that brought you the smash hits “You Keep Me Hangin’ On”, “Cambodia”, and “Chequered Love”.  The woman that provided direct support for the one and only Michael Jackson in 1983 and David Bowie in 1990, and the woman that experienced a real-life UFO event.  I present to you the legendary British pop star Kim Wilde, as she is releasing “Here Come The Aliens” via earMUSIC today.

There isn’t enough accolades, awards, and accomplishments that can help describe Kim Wilde’s natural gift for crafting an incredible catchy pop song, Madness To Creation will try their best to describe it to you as “Here Come The Aliens” touches on various topics ranging from love, relationships, the epidemic dealing with cyberbullying in “Cyber Nation War”, to her real life encounters with UFOs in the opening track “1969”, to how music keeps her soul alive and keeps her going in the track “Pop Don’t Stop”, which showcases that Kim Wilde is not only a songwriting machine, but she still has the ability to make her music connect with her audience the world over after all these years.

From a music standpoint, Kim Wilde is able to intertwine the world of catchy pop music with the world of rock music, and is able to mesh those two styles of music together to create this wall of sound that is definitely missing in today’s pop music world.  Case in point, in the track “Pop Don’t Stop”, Kim is able to incorporate tasty guitar hooks with her infectious nature not only in the chorus of the song, but in the track as a whole.  Take a listen below so you can fully grasp what I’m talking about.  This showcases Kim’s genuine love for music as a whole.

There are also lush melodies and seductive arrangements in the ballads of this album.  Case in point, in the track “Solstice”, the outro provides that music where I envision lighters and cell phones being lit up in the sky as Kim Wilde sweeps the listener away with the massive arrangement that she provides in the music, and in the track “Rosetta”, the lush arrangements with the keyboards and synthesizers fully encapsulate the message of the song.

Lastly, Kim Wilde has absolutely created some of the most catchy arrangements and songs that she has trademarked.  Case in point, you will not be able to get the guitar hook of “Kandy Krush” out of your head, and the guitar solo will have rock music fans fully embracing Kim Wilde back into the fold, and the song “Birthday” allows the listener to celebrate life like it’s your own birthday.  Get what I’m talking about in “Kandy Krush”.

If you fell in love with her hits of yesteryear, get ready to fall in love with Kim Wilde all over again.  She exemplifies what creating a pop song is about and she does it with class and a little bit of sass.  Madness To Creation rates “Here Come The Aliens” a solid 9 out of 10 stars!  Check out the track listing below.

  1.  1969
  2.  Pop Don’t Stop
  3.  Kandy Krush
  4.  Stereo Shot
  5.  Yours ‘Til The End
  6.  Solstice
  7.  Birthday
  8.  Addicted To You
  9.  Cyber Nation War
  10.  A Different Story
  11.  Rock The Paradiso
  12.  Rosetta

Kim Wilde will be touring the U.K. and Europe in support of “Here Come The Aliens”.  Check out the tour dates below!

Thursday, April 5th- Princess Theatre in Torquay, United Kingdom

Thursday, April 12th- Preston Guild Hall in Preston, United Kingdom

Sunday, April 22nd- City Hall in Salisbury, United Kingdom

Tuesday, April 24th- White Rock Theatre in Hastings, United Kingdom

Thursday, April 26th- KOKO in London, United Kingdom

Saturday, May 26th- La Cigale in Paris, France

Tuesday, October 2nd- Muffathalle in Munich, Germany

Wednesday, October 3rd- Volkshaus in Zurich, Switzerland

Thursday, October 4th- Capitol in Mannheim, Germany

Saturday, October 6th- Live Music Hall in Cologne, Germany

Sunday, October 7th- Pier2 in Bremen, Germany

Monday, October 8th- Zeche in Bochum, Germany

Tuesday, October 9th- Grosse Freiheit 36 in Hamburg, Germany

Thursday, October 11th- Festhalle Treysa in Schwalmstadt, Germany

Friday, October 12th- Capitol in Hanover, Germany

Saturday, October 13th- Huxleys Neue Welt in Berlin, Germany

Monday, October 15th- Batschkapp in Frankfurt, Germany

Wednesday, October 17th- Der Hirsch in Nuremberg, Germany

Friday, October 19th- Ottakringer Brauerei in Vienna, Austria

Wednesday, November 14th- Muziekgebouw in Eindhoven, Netherlands

Saturday, November 17th- TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, Netherlands

Tuesday, November 20th- Kubus in Lelystad, Netherlands

Friday, November 23rd- Bibelot Poppodium in Dordrecht, Netherlands

Saturday, November 24th- De Roma in Borgerhout, Belgium

For tickets and further information for any of the shows listed above, click here!

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