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  • CD (8 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000002LEI
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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Miedj50 le 10 janvier 2009
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Erasure est un duo d'electro pop/new wave formé en 1985 à Londres par un ex-membre fondateur du groupe Depeche Mode, Vince Clarke, et le chanteur Andy Bell. Vince Clarke a quitté Depeche Mode fin 1981 pour fonder l'éphémère "Yazoo" et l'encore plus épémère "The Assembly". Erasure nous propse une pop électronique bien dans l'ère du temps des années 1980 : légère, dansante, sans prétention. "The Innocents" est un album plutôt plaisant, à l'écoute facile, pas trop saturé en synthé, bien dans l'air du temps auprès d'OMD ou Tears For Fears (voire Alphaville ou A-Ha). Andy Bell est un chanteur convaincant. J'ai un faible pour le très mélodique "A Little Respect" et "Sixty-Five Thousand", un instrumental plutôt travaillé. Pour les nostalgiques des annés 80 version electro pop. Pour la petite histoire, il semble que Erasure soit toujours en activité.
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Hands down, Erasure's best 30 août 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Erasure has always released great singles, with good albums attached, but here they have released an album where every song could stand on its own as a single. Andy Bell's vocals perfectly suit Vince Clarke's gorgeous synthesizer washes and melodic hooks.
Side one is anchored by "Chains of Love," a superb dance-floor evocation of gay life in the city. From the wistful, half-spoken opening line, "How can I explain / When there are few words I can choose?" the song takes off into a pounding synthesizer beat that can keep the listener dancing until the end. Also particularly effective on side one are the dance number "A Little Respect" and the pop-oriented "Heart of Stone." The preachy, socially-oriented "Hallowed Ground" is saved by a great melody.
Side two has a grab-bag of interesting songs, from the off-beat rhythm of "Witch in the Ditch" to the soulful "Weight of the World." "Yahoo!" may be the best dance song, with it's gospel-type shout-along chorus. In addition, side two has a heart-breaking, haunting song, the bonus track "When I Needed You." The difference in quality and musicality between this stunning track and any other Erasure ballad is unbelievable. Finally, if Erasure's version of "River Deep-Mountain High" does not work as well as Tina Turner's, as so many critics have carped, how many bands or singers could possibly render a song as well as Ms. Turner? To their credit, Erasure did not try a straight cover of the song, instead adding synthesizer flourishes to create a more dance-oriented song.
The Erasure fan most likely already owns this album. The novice Erasure listener would find this the best place to start. Just about every song would find its rightful place on an Erasure greatest hits album.
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The Innocents - nothing lost here 13 janvier 2005
Par The Pook - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I first bought this album (on tape no less!) back when I was 14 years old. I haven't listened to it in over 10 years and after I rebought it on CD, I can safely say that this album has stood the test of time and lost none of it's magic. The grand opening of A Little Respect is awesome, as are similar chart successes like Chains of Love and Ship of Fools. Vince Clark's electronica and Andy Bell's soulful, at time mournful voice singing fantastic lyrics are still outstanding.

Lesser known, maybe more overlooked songs like Phantom Bride and Hallowed Ground are as good as the singles. My favourite though is Yahoo. This gospel infused song just lifts you right up there. Play it loud and don't be ashamed to sing along with the chorus. Weight of the World, Witch in the Ditch and Imagination are good too. The only number I don't like is Sixty Five Thousand, it just doesn't seem to fit in well with the rest of this beautifully written album. The same could be said of the dance remix of River Deep Mountain High but that song manages to scrape through.

If you like good elecronica pop with wonderful lyrics, buy this album. This is Erasure at their finest.
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almost 20 years later... 2 juin 2006
Par M. Lohrke - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
i honestly can't believe it's been nearly twenty years since 'the innocents' landed vince clark and andy bell in the american psyche. it was something of a mixed blessing for us fans who'd been with the band since the beginning. part of me loved having erasure to myself. everyone at my school was listening to metallica, rush, george michael, et al. all that changed when 'chains of love' burst on the scene. dispite an atrocious video, 'chains of love' was the perfect single to introduced erasure to hoardes of people who suddenly declared erasure 'my favorite new band.'

but i digress. 'the innocents' truly is one of erasure's best albums (i personally consider 'i say, i say, i say' their best moment), and it's easy to understand why it was so popular. the album was solid, in fact, that it almost plays as a greatest hits album. a lot of bands spend entire careers to get the same number of hits erasure had on one album. the erasure formula is fairly simple. vince clark pens the music, andy bell the lyrics. vince, the godfather of electronic pop music, was always light years ahead of his peers, both in constructing flawless melodies, as well as harnessing a rapidly evolving and improving technology.

after two relatively successful UK albums, 'the innocents' see the dynamic duo firing on all cylinders. the album opens with the impossibly catchy 'a little respect,' a song that, judging from the video, has as much to do with andy bell's flamboyent sexuality as it does vince clark's association with the band he started, depeche mode. 'phantom bride,' one of the finer songs, is another solid dance hit (and a perfect concert opener for the park city, ut show back in 1988--man, i am old). 'chains of love,' 'yahoo,' 'heart of stone,' and the weepy 'when i needed you' showed just how potent and prolific erasure had become in churning out top-quality pop songs. it seemed as though they barely had to try. i mean, really, is there a more perfect dance song than 'chains of love?'

sadly, erasure's popularity drastically fell after 'the innocents.' for those who didn't stick around after the duo hit their peak, you've missed a very impressive career (detractors be damned). sure, erasure weren't going to solve world peace, or make you think about anything extraordinarily deep, but i suspect they never wanted to. erasure was and is a dance bad. if their goal was and is to make unabashedly peppy dance music, they succeeded mightily and nowhere is that more apparent than in 'the innocents.'

whenever i listen to this album i'm immediately transported to a happier, care-free time when i didn't have a driver's license, bills, serious worries, college, etc--and that might might be the greatest compliment of all. thanks, guys.
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Well aged. Long live Andy Bell! 17 juillet 2005
Par Ms. WB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I remember the first time I listened to Ship of Fools and When I Needed You. I was in eighth grade and beginning the worst crush of my life on my gay best friend; Erasure's equally unattainable (to me) Andy Bell not only looked like him, but the melancholy song lyrics combined with Bell's beautiful voice made it the perfect music for unrequited love. That's all ancient history. In our thirties, my good friend and I are still very close and content in our respective love lives, and Andy Bell's voice is still as moving as it was then. Only now I find the album uplifting rather than depressing!

For those unfamiliar with Erasure, Vince Clarke, the instrumentalist, was one of the original members of Depeche Mode, which he later broke off from to start YAZ with Alison Moyet. Andy Bell, the singer, was one of the first openly gay performers, who also held religious affiliations. Whether that interests you or not, he's a phenomenal singer and the pop synth tone complements his high yearning voice well. And The Innocents is a terrific example of Erasure's work. Some of it is almost gospel--River Deep, Mountain High. It's a fun album and very danceable. If you like Human League, Depeche Mode, YAZ, or The Pet Shop Boys, then I think this might be an excellent fit.
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80's bliss 30 octobre 2005
Par Russell Foster - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
One of the only albums I know every word too. The best sing along album of all time. The new synth music is good but it will never be as good as erasure.
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