Rhythm of Love is the third studio album by Australian recording artist Kylie Minogue, released on 12 November 1990 by PWL. Like her previous studio albums, Stock Aitken Waterman were the primary producers off the album, but featured new producers and collaborations including Keith Cohen, Stephen Bray, Michael Jay and Rick James. Unlike her two previous efforts, Minogue started to become more involved in the process of creating the album. She recorded the album in the spring and summer of 1990 in London and Los Angeles. Rhythm of Love deals with many subjects including love, having fun and more. Musically, the album brought a new direction with an more sexual image and a more edgier sound. After the album's release, Rhythm of Love received generally positive reviews from most music critics. Many complimented it as her best work with Stock Aitken and Waterman, along with critics praising Minogue herself for stepping out of her comfort zone. Though some did find it similar to her previous efforts. Rhythm of Love generated moderate success on the record charts, having charted inside the top fifty in countries including United Kingdom, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Sweden, and was certified Platinum in the UK.