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  • CD (13 avril 1993)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B00000284U
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Album vinyle  |  Téléchargement MP3
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Par ecce.om TOP 50 COMMENTATEURS le 19 février 2014
Format: CD
A la demande d'un fan des Kinks, aussi Breton qu'honteux (car enfin, quand on n'aime que des groupes -Who, Jam, Cramps, Clash, Dr Feelgood, Ramones...- qui revendiquent ouvertement l'influence des Kinks...), j'ai choisi d'écrire un commentaire sur un de leurs albums les moins connus.

Autant l'avouer d'emblée, je n'ai pas remisé "Phobia" à la cave (en compagnie de "UK Jive") pour une seule et unique raison : mon exemplaire a été dédicacé par les frères Davies présents en 93 au Virgin des Champs (il n'y avait pas une queue gigantesque et les sourires étaient chiches -je n'ai même pas eu le cœur à poser la question que j'avais préparée avec mon Harrap's pour savoir s'ils allaient tourner en France).

Par contre, je n'arrive plus à le réécouter aujourd'hui en raison, soit de la faiblesse des compositions ("Don't", "Babies", "Surviving", "It's allright", "Somebody Stole My car", "Close to The Wire"), soit d'une production sans finesse qui plombe des titres qui auraient pu avoir un autre destin ("Wall Of Fire", Drift Away", Still Searching", "Phobia", "Only A Dream", "Over The Edge", "The Informer" ou "Scattered".

Arrangements pesants, textes le plus souvent bien éloignés de ce à quoi le talent de Ray Davies nous avait habitués (on dirait du Roger Waters acariâtre -enfin, encore plus) et musiciens peu inspirés (le jeu de batterie de Bob Henrit ferait regretter celui de Mick Avory !) sont au menu de ce disque sombre et désespéré à l'image de sa pochette intérieure qui ferait passer Jerome Bosch pour un comique troupier.
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Par Dr. Rock TOP 500 COMMENTATEURS le 27 février 2014
Format: CD
Mal reçu lors de sa sortie, échec commercial programmé, mal aimé même des fans les plus acquis, PHOBIA n’a jusqu’ici jamais trouvé de réel défenseur. Il était temps !
Ce disque ne fera jamais partie des classiques, tant s’en faut, mais il contient pas mal de chansons qui méritent mieux qu’une condamnation sans appel. Trop long (16 morceaux, c’était l’époque des CDS surbourrés), avec une production typique des années 90, il passe en revue tout le savoir-faire du groupe : injectant du hard rock dans la pop (WALL OF FIRE, PHOBIA) et de la pop dans le hard rock (STILL SEARCHING, OVER THE EDGE), ils n’oublient pas de pondre quelques refrains d’or en chemin (ONLY A DREAM, DRIFT AWAY, SURVIVING), ni de frôler le classique par moments (SCATTERED). Et, même s’ils ne parviennent pas à éviter l’impression de remplissage sur une telle longueur (76 minutes), ils ont su garder leurs forces pour un morceau mémorable, comme la coda d’une carrière faite de bourrage de choux entre frangins amis-ennemis, un vrai tour de force de sincérité interprété (s’il vous plaît) par Ray et Dave en duo : l’énorme HATRED (haine).
Puis, comme pour réaliser la pire de nos phobies, les Kinks tirèrent le rideau après celle-ci. Surviving, why ?
Tops : HATRED (A DUET), SCATTERED, ONLY A DREAM, WALL OF FIRE, SURVIVING, DRIFT AWAY, PHOBIA
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HASH(0x971bca2c) étoiles sur 5 Yet Another Neglected Masterpiece 13 août 2004
Par Gianmarco Manzione - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"I'm surviving, that's all I am," the brilliant Ray Davies sings on "Surviving," another of his introspective tributes to The Kinks' legendary fortitude. No band on Earth has put out more quality material over such an extended period of time as The Kinks, and none of them have risked the self-effacement of so many of Ray's wrenching autobiographical inquiries. "Every dog has his day" he sang on the immortal title track to 1978's "Misfits" album. But "Phobia" proves that the dog's day is a long way from done; it still has all four legs and it's off to a running start with the sizzling treatise on environmental ruin, "Wall of Fire." The album's only flaw -- if one must be plucked from so many jewels -- is its length. It packs so many punches that comparatively slight run-throughs like "Somebody Stole My Car" or the awful "Babies" only distract from the album's obvious and sustained power. Thankfully, there are so many great tunes here that these lower moments are only passing misfortunes. Where 1986's disastrous "Think Visual" chokes on the venom of its embitterment at the hands of a greedy industry, "Phobia" delivers a gamut of political and personal statements that are as searing musically as they are in message. "It's apocalypse now, so we're waiting for the flood" Ray growls on the gritty escapist anthem, "Drift Away." Ray's yearning to drift away from the real world to an island of one's dreams seems as relevant now as ever. After the album slips into the Tom Petty-style ballad, "Still Searching," it becomes apparent that "Phobia" is The Kinks' most consistent release since "Word of Mouth." Exhibiting the atmospheric splendor of Ray's 80s outtake, "Voices in the Dark," "Still Searching" is as instantly inviting as "Living on a Thin Line" or "Property," songs whose eloquent longing and outrage at the changes time forces upon us drive corkscrews through the listener's heart. From its title track to the eerily 80s-ish "Don't" or Dave's nod to Angus Young on the pithy "Close to the Wire," "Phobia" is the work of a band whose torch refuses to fade. Neither the "finale" nor the disaster others say it is, "Phobia" marks the continued devotion of a powerful band to its craft. There would be more to come after this, as the stunning, 2-disc "To the Bone" attests. And with a Ray Davies solo project on the way and a recent one from Dave, the "apocalypse" Ray sings about here is probably the only thing capable of closing the book on The Kinks. That's a lot more than can be said of all the other baby boomer bands content to cash in on old glories with tour after tired tour.
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HASH(0x970ada8c) étoiles sur 5 Fear not Kinks fans Ray still has a touch of magic (or two) 14 avril 2000
Par Wayne Klein - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's been said that Fear is the enemy. Certainly not on this fine collection of Ray and Dave Davies originals. While this collection can't hold a candle to their best work of the 60's and 70's, it's a fine collection with at least a handful of songs that rank with Ray's best work.
Drift Away, Still Searching, Scattered, hatred and Over the Edge all would fit in well with the crowded room of Kinks classics written over the past thirty plus years. Dave contributes one of his finest songs with Close to the Wire (which also appears on the import version of Unfinished Business: The Dave Davies Kronkiles). It's Alright isn't quite as strong but still manages to keep its head above water and survives in the best company due to a swimming performance that is top notch.
So after thirty years the choice is yours. Give up and stick with the great classic stuff or take a risk with this fine more recent record. If you choose the former you'll be missing out on a fine record (and the last album of originals the band has recorded since 93)that offers a number of classic tunes. Hey, at least Ray and Dave aren't recycling the same stuff (unlike that famous band that gathers no moss)and expecting it to sell. In their prime these guys could hold their own and occasionally blow the Stones off the stage.
Find out why.
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HASH(0x971bcaec) étoiles sur 5 Prophetic and Bleak Vision of 21st Century Paranoia and Fear 2 février 2005
Par No Name - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Slandered by critics, dismissed as clangorous hard rock by others, this album actually finds the Kinks, 30 years into their career, at the top of their lyrical and musical craft. It's alternately haunting, angry and sad throughout, with tight playing and beautiful harmonies weaving it all together.

On "Phobia", Ray Davies' frail voice cries out like a beacon of humanity in a dark, pre-apocalyptic landscape. The weakest track is the first song proper, "Wall of Fire", but after that, it's pretty much one triumph after another. Highlights include "Still Searching", "Only a Dream" "Phobia" and, probably the BEST track here,(the last track on the CD)"Scattered".

If you're a fan of the "whimsical" or "quaint" Kinks, you may want to look elsewhere because this is a VERY dark album. I love the "whimsical" Kinks as well, but I always sensed the demons that lurked underneath the surface of Ray Davies' "misty waters", and so this album was not a total shock to me. However, the casual listener should be warned, on "Phobia", Ray's demons are let loose here and the result is a paranoid, almost claustrophobic CD.

This is an album of desperation... as the new century approached, Ray Davies sensed that idyllic parables could not fully express the spiritual/moral/mental crisis facing us as a species. So, he cranks up the amps on tracks like "Drift Away" and "Phobia" to make sure his message is heard. That is not to say that the CD is unmelodic... some of the Kinks'most attractive melodies to date can be found here.

I strongly suspect that the people who have panned this album either have not fully listened to it, (they heard one track not to their liking and cast it aside)or they are so set in what they think the Kinks should be, that they cannot handle anything different. (they want an album filled with 16 "waterloo sunset" re-writes) I believe that anyone who truly sits down and absorbs all 79 minutes of this album will be richly rewarded with a batch of evocative and powerful songs which only sound more powerful with each passing day.
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HASH(0x9718bdd4) étoiles sur 5 Last But Not Least 17 mars 2001
Par Philip J. Mayer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
When they released Phobia in 1993, the Kinks were no doubt hoping for yet another renaissance as far as public interst was concerned. It didn't happen. Phobia spent only a single week in Billboards top 200 and was the last studio album the band has released. Was it the product, or was it a lack of promotion by the record label, a standard complaint that has arisen over the years from the Kinks themselves.
I don't know anything about the politics of marketing an album, but I do know that this is a pretty solid album. There's stuff on here for Kink fans of all stripes, from the hard pounding, power chord rockers (Wall Of Fire, Phobia, Surviving) to the gentler, quieter stuff (Scattered, The Informer, Still Searching). When it's good, Phobia is as good as anything the Kinks have released in the previous twenty years. I won't try to tell you that the album is completely without flaws, but it is never truly wretched, either. Two songs that usually get mentioned as highlights, Hatred and Drift Away, are simply too bombastic for me, but that just goes to show everyone has different tastes.
I once heard one fan complain that Ray Davies was trying to please everyone with this album. That argument doesn't hold up too well, especially considering how diverse the Kinks have been in the past. It would have been more frustrating, I think, had they cattered solely to a single niche within their audience. So if you really like the Kinks, in all their rag-tag glory, you'll probably like this album.
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HASH(0x971bf174) étoiles sur 5 Forever Lost 25 février 2004
Par L. Graham - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's a shame that the only song the Kinks will ever be remembered by is LOLA. They have so many other great works Soap Opera and School Boys In Disgrace to name but a few. What's happened to modern radio that they let Phobia slip thru the cracks? What a great album, from start to finish!!!! Even if you call a station you won't find it on their play list so don't even try. Just buy this amazingly good effort by one of the greatest rock groups of all times. And let us hope this will not be the last thing they ever do togeather. If the last 2 Stones albums were even half this good!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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