Enjoy Yourself is the second studio album by Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue. It was released by PWL on 9 October 1989. In the United States, it was released in 1990 by Geffen Records and was Minogue's last album released in the region until her eighth studio album Fever (2001). The album was produced and written by Stock Aitken Waterman, with the exception of "Tears on My Pillow". It has been noted that the album is very similar to Minogue's debut album, Kylie.
There were four singles released from the album. The debut single was "Hand on Your Heart", which had charting success, peaking at number four in Australia and number one in the United Kingdom. The album also spawned the singles "Wouldn't Change a Thing", "Never Too Late", and a cover "Tears on My Pillow", which was featured on the soundtrack from Minogue's debut film The Delinquents.
Enjoy Yourself received mixed reviews from music critics, who regarded the album as "catchy" but criticised its similarity to Minogue's debut release. The album had commercial success, peaking in the top ten countries including Ireland, UK, Greece, Belgium, Australia and New Zealand. Following its initial success, the album was promoted through Minogue's first world tour, the Enjoy Yourself Tour. Beginning in 1990, the tour traveled to Australia, Britain and Asia. Enjoy Yourself reached number one in the United Kingdom, and produced two number one singles. In January 1990, the album was certified four times platinum in the UK, and sold over one million copies within the first ten weeks of its release.