The discography of Kylie Minogue, an Australian pop singer, consists of ten new material studio albums, nine compilations, four live albums, eleven remix albums, and fifty-three singles. Minogue has sold over 68 million records worldwide. Minogue's music career was a result of her popularity in the soap opera Neighbours. In 1987, she released a cover "The Loco-Motion" in Australia, and it spent seven weeks at number one, becoming the highest selling single in Australia of the 1980s. Minogue based herself in the UK after signing with PWL, and began recording her debut album Kylie with Stock, Aitken & Waterman. The first single "I Should Be So Lucky" became a worldwide number one, topping the UK charts for five consecutive weeks. The album sold five million copies worldwide and was a moderate success in the U.S. where "The Loco-Motion" reached number three. The 1989 follow-up Enjoy Yourself produced two number one singles in the UK with "Hand on Your Heart" and "Tears On My Pillow", the theme from her film debut The Delinquents.