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The early-'90s grunge explosion affected all rock acts. It hastened the end of most hair-metal bands and forced alternative groups to rethink their sound. No one benefited more from this change of scenery than INXS, who were looking for the next step after Kick and X. Producer Mark Opitz, who’d worked with the group on their third album, Shabooh Shoobah, helped the band immensely here, giving them a tougher sound that didn’t sacrifice the synths or the dance-rock elements. “Communication” is simply a blazing track that dries out the band’s sound in spots and puts Michael Hutchence’s vocals through some smart effects. Sitars and a 60-piece orchestra find their way into the mix of “Baby Don’t Cry,” forcing the band to fight for their space. “Taste It” provides a fitting groove and arrangement for Hutchence’s classic rock vocal moves. Critics noted the changes, and the album received some of the best reviews of the band’s career.

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I'm amazed to see that this album doesn't have a single rating?!? I just recently watched Showtime INXS movie "Never Tear Us Apart" (very cool, well done movie btw) and decided to revisit INXS. I wasn't a big INXS fan when they came on the scene in mid/late 80's. But chancing onto this album in early 90's, it was one of those cd's that you could listen to straight through on a road trip without hitting the 'skip' button. Classic epic songs like "Baby Don't Cry", "Beautiful Girl", "Taste It", "Heaven Sent" & "Not Enough Time" have aged well and still sound fresh and not dated. Well worth checking out & giving a chance to whoever's reading this. Take care, enjoy...


Not Enough of my favorite songs, by any band, and my favorite INXS song, without question. A timeless classic, in my humble opinion. Sounds amazing on the remaster...God Bless M.H., a spokesman for the Tortured Soul Society, and a talent whose presence was short but influential. Aloha From Maui! R.H.


My sincerest gratitude to Bubba Guitar and Robert H. for their glowing recommendations. After listening to this stellar collection of all-consuming tunes, I didn't know how to feel about having missed this album's 1992 release. What was going on in my life during that period that diverted my attention from it?!? Why am I just now happening across it after having seen the same Showtime 2-part film (exceptionally done!). I suppose that I should just be thrilled to have found it. Thank you again, guys!


Formed: 1977 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australi

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

INXS hailed from the pubs of Australia, which is part of the reason the band never comfortably fit in with new wave. Even when they branched out into synth pop on their early recordings, they were underpinned by a hard, Stonesy beat and lead singer Michael Hutchence's Jagger-esque strut. Ultimately, these were the very things that made INXS into international superstars in the late '80s. By that time, the group had harnessed its hard rock, dance, and new wave influences into a sleek, stylish groove...
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