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  • CD (7 septembre 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN : B00000DQSV
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A lire parfois la presse "spécialisée" ici et là, on peut se demander comment ils ont fait pour vendre des dizaines de millions d'albums et sortir des tubes en pagaille puisque pour cette "presse", ils n'ont aucun talent si ce n'est celui de poser devant les photographes et d'être entourés de superbes créatures!
Certes, cela à dû contribuer à leur succès au cours des années fric, et même si tous leurs albums ne sont pas égaux (d'ailleurs, j'en ai déjà critiqué un ou deux précedemment!) j'ai toujours eu du mal à comprendre cet acharnement systématique envers ce groupe! Quand un album est bon, il est bon, point barre! Où alors, la critique se doit d'être constructive, ce qui est rarement le cas!
Ce "Notorious", justement, est fort acceptable. Paru en Octobre 86, période ou les DURAN DURAN se retrouvent amputés de deux membres partis pour raisons personnelles, ce 33T peut-être considéré comme un tournant, voire un disque charnière, laissant leur new wave synthétique à bout de souffle et prenant une voie nettement plus funky et plus "soul"! L'enchainement et la qualité des titres sont assez bluffants, notamment les singles "Notorious" (#7 GB, #2 USA Oct.86) et "Skin trade" (#22 GB Fev.87) vraiment jouissifs!
Quoi qu'il en soit, ne restez pas sur certains à priori, mais faites-vous plutôt votre propre opinion!
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Un son nouveau pour qui connais duran duran ,un peu différent des premiers albums , mais quel album un des meilleurs pour ma part , avec des mélodies que tout le monde a entendu au moins une fois.
Notorious bien sûr mais aussi ,Skin trade et les autres ne sont pas en reste , Vertigo que j'adore etc.

si vous ne connaissais pas duran duran je pense que cet album est celui qui vous fera le plus aprécier ce groupe .Et a défaut d'être fan ,vous aurez au moins de belles chansons que je suis sûr vous aprécierez.
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HASH(0x97dd9324) étoiles sur 5 And Then There Were Three. 14 juillet 2002
Par The Groove - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
1986 was the year England's Fab Five was reduced to a trio. Drummer Roger Taylor bowed out due to nervous exhaustion, and guitarist Andy Taylor walked out in a huff for a solo career. The remaining members (Simon LeBon, Nick Rhodes, and John Taylor)were left in a funk and were unsure what musical direction to take. They decided to hook up with the ever-trusty Nile Rodgers, and the result is "Notorious," the band's most rhythm-oriented disc to date. The title track is near-flawless; never before has the group released a groove this tight and sedcutive. Simon LeBon gives us a never-before-heard falsetto in the single "Skin Trade," which features some guitar work that's unmistakably Nile. Moreover, things get moody in the angelic "Winter Marches On," and we're brought to the disc's closer, the stomping rokcer "Proposition." Did I fail to mention the group's forgotten and underrated single "Meet El Presidente?" "Notorious" is a solid album from start to finish and represents a step towards musical maturity for the band. Following the abrupt departure of two members, you have to give these guys credit for bouncing back with an impressive disc that doesn't disappoint.
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HASH(0x97dd9378) étoiles sur 5 New Romantic Comes of Age 20 janvier 2000
Par starhunter - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I've been a Duranie since age 12, when Rio was released, and still hold steadfast to the new wave roots of my childhood.
Notorious, by far the band's best effort, is a collection of Duran's maturing, introspective poetry squarely founded on the colorful, highly-charged sound of their past hit albums. "Winter Marches On" recalls the somber romance of Rio's "The Chauffeur" while "So Mislead" and "American Science" reflect the group's fusion experimentation, probably directed by producer Nile Rodgers and Average White Band drummer Steve Ferone. Andy Taylor did lay down the guitar tracks, then left Duran for a solo pursuit. John Taylor's bass sound grows up on Notorious, maturing into well-constructed groves, especially on "American Science" and "Skin Trade".
Nick Rhodes, whose signature synthesizer sound brought distinction to the band's new wave hits in the early Eighties, appropriately broadens his musical pallete to add new ambiance to each song, especially on "Matter of Feeling" and the title track.
Duran's strength has always been to create a new world of sound and poetry with each album, while courageously hanging on to their new-romantic identity, despite the attacks of industry critics.
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HASH(0x97dd97b0) étoiles sur 5 Pure funky listening pleasure from The Fab Three 15 janvier 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The three years of waiting since the last Duran Duran studio effort were well rewarded when `Notorious' came out in late 1986. The band had teamed up with Chic guitarist and producer Nile Rodgers, a fierce horn section, some top drawer backing singers, future member Warren Cucurullo and legendary drummer Steve Ferrone to create a raw, funky sound that suited them perfectly. There is a remainder of Arcadia in `Winter Marches On' which has some great sampled strings on it, but apart from this song and the beautiful ballad `A Matter Of Feeling' it's pure Duran meets Chic meets Power Station. The real gems here are the title track, `American Science', `Skin Trade', `Vertigo' and `So Misled' (check out the horns and the bass on this one!), but the whole album is excellent. Compared to later Duran stuff it's a very accessible, no frills album with ten tightly arranged songs that were just waiting to be played live (I still recall the show they did in Copenhagen during their Strange Behaviour Tour in 1987 as one of the best concerts I've ever been to). The album sounds just as fresh as when it came out. Forget about all the techno/house and so-called `dance' crap - this is the kind of music people should get down and sweat to.
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HASH(0x97dd9b64) étoiles sur 5 It took a while to like back in the day. 3 mars 2003
Par Ryan Brenner - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When Notorious came out, I didn't know what to think. It was a such big departure from the New Romantic/New Wave/Bubblegum Pop I was such a big fan of in 1984/'85. The boys had gone and split up. Powerstation and Arcadia were formed and then Duran Duran in stunted form regrouped, and I expected at the very least that Notorious would follow in the really HUGE shoes of Arcadia's 'So Red The Rose', but with the exception of a couple of tracks ('Hold Me' and 'Winter Marches On'), it did not.
Notorious is a strange album. I used to think it was inconsistent when it was first released. Upon further listening and recent revisiting, I've found that it has what the best Duran Duran albums contain: Cohesiveness. I don't recommend it as a starting place for would be Duranies, but it's more solid than Seven and the Ragged Tiger even if I can't say that this is a must have, based on the relative weakness of its singles. It's a transitional album that is neither as good as the first two Duran Duran albums or the subsequent release, Big Thing, and yet I'm inclined to give it five stars. Maybe because I can't give it ****1/2.
Highlights of the album are the non-singles: 'American Science', 'A Matter of Feeling', 'Hold Me', 'So Misled', 'Winter Marches On', and 'Proposition'. These songs seem to cover somewhat familiar ground soundwise, so the comfort level was never an issue with me. Together these songs could form their own wonderful EP.
The rest of the tracks could be released as a 12" dance club standards EP. That's not to insult them, though. Quite the contrary, actually, as the remixes of Notorious, Skin Trade, Vertigo (Do The Demolition) and 'Meet El Presidente' outclass and outshine their album counterparts. The best of them albumwise is 'Vertigo (Do the Demolition)'. It's quite catchy, and from the assortment of more dance oriented tunes on Notorious, Vertigo probably most closely resembles singles of earlier Duran times, somewhat in the ilk of Wild Boys.
So, Notorious is a solid transitional album, but if you're looking to get into Duran Duran and the Duran Duran sound, start at the beginning so you can more fully recognize and understand what they were trying to accomplish here.
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HASH(0x97dd9c60) étoiles sur 5 One of the worst "remastered" recordings I've ever heard 14 novembre 2010
Par The Illusion of certainty - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Using my original 1986 recording of Notorious as a starting off point, I have to wonder what they were thinking when they decided to not only kill the bass, but make it nearly impossible to feel the bass with the bass turned up all the way on this 2010 3 disc "remastered" mini box set as it comes in a box with 3 separate disc sleeves for the 2 audio cd's and the region 0 DVD.

The rest of the package is obviously aimed at female fans as there are several box sized hard paper backed color photos of the individual main (3) band members and (2) color photos of the 3 guys together and a fold out small b/w poster that doesn't use the same frosted lens filter affect of the main cover motif.

Disc 1: is the most disappointing because I wasted over $20 for this set and I assumed incorrectly that the bass would be at the very least improved over the original release from 1986, but it wasn't, I kept listening to all the songs because I thought it might be a one song mistake where the mix copy was turned down or the mastering process was intentional made flat on the equalization boards.

The only recovery if you can call it recovery, are the (4) 7" version songs at the end, for some reason which I can't verify because I've never owned the 7" 45's, is the recording level sounds a bit better than the previous 10 songs that have had their bass level neutered.

Disc 2: is sort of superfluous as these recordings are from 12" remix versions and as anyone who is familiar with 12" recordings, they are made thicker because they are played in clubs and they need to stand up to hundreds of replays, so therefore, the groove density is designed to maintain a higher output over the life of the record, all of that aside, I expected these recordings to be of a higher out put, and they are, nothing surprising about that, except that they decided that their flagship recording required a neutering of the bass and since I never has these disc 2 recordings either, I have no reference to determine if these recordings were turned down on the bass as well.

I have just one minor gripe about the 2nd disc as the last 5 songs are live recordings, and this is something I've had a beef with Simon over many years, not so much him personally, but some of his personal views rub me the wrong way.

At the start of "new religion" he says, "it's something we all need right now, is a new religion", so I ask, with over 15,000 religions in the world of humans, Simon Lebon thinks it's a good idea to make a religious statement before a song and he basically insults the beliefs of his audience by assuming that established religions are no good, because he thinks that a good segue for his song is to promote the idea that 15,000+ deities in our human world isn't enough, we need one more?

The DVD is pretty good as I've never seen them live, it's hard to tell if this show from their 87-88 tour was comparable to their previous or later shows as I've never seen anything but the included music videos before, but I will have to say, the Brazilian dancers that appeared on stage before Duran Duran came on, where much more exciting to watch, than Duran Duran.

I take that back, the band played adequately for a Duran Duranesque cover band, but the show they put on didn't strike me as unique or special enough to make me eager to see them live in person, mayebe I'm too much of a perfectionist, maybe it was just a mediocre performance, again, I have nothing to compare this DVD to, but then again, their top of the pops performance looked and sounded too obviously lip-synced to be a memorable performance, that is, if these performances have to be better than a Milli Vanilli concert to be considered adequate lip-sync performances.

If you're a die-hard fan, maybe you want the extras, maybe you make the effort to complain to EMI for the bass neutering of the original 10 song line-up of Notorious, but that's just me.

If you hold the opinion that I do, better hold on to those 1986 recordings of Notorious until EMI figures out how to remaster a 24 year old recording using current technology, for all the stuff EMI produces, I'm at a loss as to why they killed the bass on the original 10 song line-up, the only logical excuse might be less distortion if played very loud, because the bass is almost non-existent compared to the super remastering like that done on ELP's first album in 2007, the bass is adequate to my satisfaction on a DDD recording from 1986.
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