With Kylie mania taking over Japan, "Turn It Into Love" was released to meet demand and instantly shot to No.1 on the Japanese International chart where it remained unchallenged for 10 weeks. "Turn It Into Love" became Kylie's third consecutive Japanese No.1, and the sixth single from the album. Over a 12 month period Kylie spent a staggering 27 weeks (almost 6 months) on the No.1 spot on the Japanese International charts. The single was released exclusively in Japan in 1988.
"Turn It Into Love" was covered by a female pop duo called Wink on the next year, where the cover version in entitled "Ai ga Tomaranai". And the song also was covered by Hazell Dean and featured on her 1988 album "Always". Hazell Dean's version was significantly different from Kylie's and the production was heavily rearranged to reflect Hazell's earlier disco hits.
No official vocal extended version of "Turn It into Love" was ever produced at PWL
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It has been confirmed that brother and sister pop duo who appeared on The X Factor (UK), Same Difference have recorded this song and is to be their debut single released on November 17 2008. They have been working with Mike Stock & Pete Waterman amongst others, through the course of 2008, producing an album which will be released on November 24 2008. They are expected to perform Turn It Into Love on one of the live shows in the upcoming fifth series of The X Factor (UK) to help promote the single.
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