“Can’t Get You Out of My Head” was released on September 8, 2001 under the Parlophone label. The song achieved significant success, reaching number one in over 40 countries. In the UK, it topped the Singles Chart for four weeks and was certified two-times platinum. In the United States, it reached number seven on the Billboard Hot 100, marking Minogue’s first top-ten single in the country in 13 years. In Canada, the song also saw significant success, peaking at number two on the Canada Radio chart, number seventeen on the Canada AC chart, and reaching the top spot on the Canada CHR/Top 40 chart.
Note about Canadian chart data between 2000-2007
Following the closure of RPM magazine in 2000, the tracking of Canadian singles shifted across various charts. This change particularly emphasized sales, despite the limited release of domestic singles in Canada at the time. This transition period in the Canadian music charting system makes the Nielsen/BDS Canadian Radio chart a more reliable indicator of a song’s success during this era. The limited availability of physical singles in the late 1990s led to a decline in their sales, and by March 2006, Billboard reported that most number-one singles on the Canadian Singles Chart had sold less than 200 copies. Consequently, in March 2006, Nielsen Entertainment Canada introduced the Canadian Digital Songs Chart, focusing on digital music download sales, leading Billboard to cease publishing the Canadian Singles Chart in favor of the new format.
- Cathy Dennis (producer)
- Cathy Dennis (songwriter)
- Kylie Minogue (artist)
- Kylie Minogue (lead artist)
- Rob Davis (producer)
- Rob Davis (songwriter)