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  • CD (15 octobre 2002)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Enregistrement original remasterisé, Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B000066ROD
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  1. Questions
  2. Heaven Sent
  3. Communication
  4. Taste It
  5. Not Enough Time
  6. All Around
  7. Baby Don't Cry
  8. Beautiful Girl
  9. Wishing Well
  10. Back On Line
  11. Strange Desire
  12. Men And Women
  13. The Answer
  14. Wishing Well (Version 2)
  15. All Around (Version 2)
  16. The Indian Song
  17. Heaven Sent (Waltz Version-Original Demo)


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Echappée belle pour INXS qui avec cet album dont les pochettes (LP, CD, K7) sont particulièrement étudiées et réussies.
Du percutant "Heaven Sent" (1er single) en passant par le doux "Beautiful Girl" et le sexy " Taste It" le groupe étonne par son originalité et sa capacité à se renouvellé suit au succès mondial de "X" (1990).
Le groupe ayant fait le choix de ne pas ou peu faire de promotion pour enchainer avec l'enregistrement de "Full Moon..", ceci n'ayant pas permis à l'album d'exploser malgré les nombreuses
critiques élogieuses à l'époque.
La tournée qui suivit (93/94) fut mémorable pour ceux qui ont eu la chance de les voir.
INXS groupe surdoué ayant cette faculté de proposer une musique mêlant rock, punk, pop/dance à la frontière entre les Rolling Stones et Chic (albums des années 80).
Avec "Welcome to Wherever you are" le groupe flirte avec l'excellence artistique, loin des clichés commerciaux...
... Et on les en remercie.
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INXS sort en 1992 son album le plus abouti musicalement. Leur musique semble épurée,plus "roots" (l'effet grunge) et fait même intervenir un orchestre symphonique.Le très rock "Heaven Sent" est un classique tout comme la ballade "Beautiful Girl" et sa mélodie au piano,et aussi la "surperproduction" "Baby Don't Cry"avec orchestre et choristes.Autres titres à retenir; le soul "Not Enogh Time" ou surtout l'envoûtant "Taste It"et sa musique sexy et son refrain quasi grunge,mais aussi "Communication" et sa musique effréné.L'étonnant "Men and Women"conclut cet album avec grande intensité. Quelques titres funky dont INXS nous habitue sont le petit bémol de cet album qui aurait pu être parfait(donc4.5/5),mais Welcome to Wherever You Are est un des 3 meilleurs album d'INXS(avec Kick et X).
Paradoxalement INXS devenait avec cet album enfin n°1 en Angleterre et entamait sa chute aux Etats-Unis
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C'est toujours un problème de donner suite à un chef-d'oeuvre. Et là, on peut le dire, INXS s'en sort bien. Et si ce "Welcome to wherever you are" n'est peut-être pas aussi excellent que "X", il ne m'a pas deçu. Au contraire, au fil des écoutes, on se familliarise avec un excellent album, qui poursuit la lignée de "X" (moins funk que "Kick"), et qui contient son taf de perles: par exemple l'excellent "Taste it" qui coupe le souffle avec son riff de refrain carrément hard, ou dans un tout autre registre, le nostalgique "Men and women" qui clot l'album de manière étonnante. On retiendra aussi le pneumatique "communication" et sa fin en épopée, on notera encore la présence de quelques bijou funk, comme INXS sait si bien les faire: "wishing well" par exemple, ou encore des titres rock bien envoyés comme "heaven sent", ou encore, décidement, des titres aux ambiances presque mystiques comme "back on line". Vous l'avez compris, on est en présence d'un super album de INXS, qui à mon sens ne doit pas décevoir l'amateur du rock mélodique de ces petits génies australiens.
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HASH(0x95a09234) étoiles sur 5 Better late than never....... 26 janvier 2005
Par jabdigital - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I bought this album ages ago, fell in love with it, then forgot about it for a few years! I recently went through my music collection, found it again, only to be disappointed that the disc was so scratched from being overplayed. I bought it again. By far the best INXS album. Yes, there were many 80's classics, but they were all spread out on different albums. This one has a unique flow, with a few classics:

Not Enough Time

Communication

Taste It

Baby Don't Cry

Beautiful Girl

Highy recommended. I have to agree with another reviewer who said this was "criminally overlooked."
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HASH(0x95a09288) étoiles sur 5 THEIR MASTERPIECE 24 septembre 2005
Par BOB - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While I was a mild fan of INXS thru the 80's, to me, their albums possessed a similar blueprint: several great, listenable hits, accompanied by an equal or greater number of often mediocre material. Also, I believe this album was their 11th studio recording. For the few rock bands which could achieve that milestone, most would have burned out, run out of inspiration, or be recycling past hits and/or cover tunes, in a feeble attempt to keep their lifestyles running.

This is the rare exception. For a band whose signature sound was such a pervasive presence in the 80's, this 1992 album was a startling maturation. Every song is a polished gem, and there is not a weak composition on the entire recording. I am not going to attempt a track-by-track review, as this is an accomplishment where the whole infinitely exceeds the sum of its parts.

Any INXS fan who has not purchased this album just has never heard the band's finest hour. Period. No INXS album that came before, and the few albums that came afterward, match the sheer listenability of this record. While this album is instantly recognizable as INXS, it sounds like nothing the band had previously produced. It doesn't sound "80's", it doesn't sound "90's"; it has a rare, timeless sound, with many subtle influences. This CD is not just for INXS fans, it is for anybody who enjoys great rock.

The album's commercial failure must have confounded and and saddened the band. Every time I listen to it I just shake my head and wonder, what happened? What were people listening to in '92 that made them ignore this? Perhaps INXS 80's success had just jaded people and radio programmers alike.

The audio quality of the original CD was good, but this remaster is awesome. The addictive bass and organ line in "Wishing Well" will shake the foundation of your domicile. The extra tracks and the low list price of this re-issue makes it an even better deal.
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HASH(0x95a096c0) étoiles sur 5 The Adventurous Wherever 17 décembre 2005
Par Tim Brough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
While INXS didn't rock as hard as on "X" or "Kick," "Welcome To Wherever You Are" was far more adventurous. The arrangements and instruments were a wide variation from anything the band had tried before. And since they were one of the biggest bands in the world at the time, "Welcome" was a serious risk. To my ears, it paid off.

The middle eastern flavor of "Questions" opened the disc on a unique note, and showed the band was not about to rest on their superstar laurels. There was also the ethereal quality to the ballad, "Beautiful Girl." "Welcome To Wherever You Are" spent less time kicking, or pounding, and more time on pulsing. Songs like "Wishing Well," "Communication" and "Taste It" beat along on solid foundations, dependent more on groove than force.

Not like rock was out of the picture. "Heaven Sent" was as close to an arena rock song as "Welcome" got, but "Baby Don't Cry" is just as big. The difference is in that "Baby Don't Cry" fills in its muscle with horns. INXS was obviously trying to break away from the box that their superstar status had framed them in, and they were doing their best to make an album that would set itself apart from "X" and "Kick."

Alas, the subtle charms of "Not Enough Time" and "Beautiful Girl" - and the full orchestra on the terrific "Men and Women" - were not enough to sustain the audience that looked upon INXS as a hard rock band and Michael Hutchence as an arena god. They avoided "Welcome To Wherever You Are" and jumped on board the Nirvana train, leaving INXS in a quandary. Unfortunately, it was one they never did fully recover from, as the follow-up "Full Moon Dirty Hearts" was a paint by numbers effort, one that spotlighted Michael's growing dissatisfaction with making music. "Welcome To Wherever You Are" is something of a lost album, in as much as it sounds like this was an album that INXS, flush with success and the ability to stretch out, really wanted to make.
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HASH(0x95a09a8c) étoiles sur 5 The Most Welcome INXS album ever... 13 septembre 2005
Par F. M. Moses - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Though I have to admit that I was never quite one for "reality" TV based-series--the most recent CBS hit show, "INXS Rock Star" has got me hooked. It inspired me so much that I finally had to dig through & dust off my INXS tape & CD collection. Ughhh...I hate to use the term "outdated," for it means to many of us another gray hair and a step further from the "good ole' days." I was working at a record store at the time I inherited this unclaimed disc from the promotional give-aways. I was probably indeed the only few twenty-something geeked fans to see the band finally release something since the "X" album. Wasn't too happy with "X"--it seemed to reinstate the band's sound from their previous success, "Kick," with a weaker performance.

Perhaps I was tired of the new "alternative" barf that was hitting the airwaves at the time with bands like Pearl Jam and Nirvana, but INXS' "Welcome to Wherever You Are" seemed like a treasure at the time. It was good to finally hear a band take back the form they helped to create. But even after listening to some of the band's earlier gems such as "Listen Like Thieves," & "The Swing," this album plays like there was no yesterday. It's hard to believe that this album scored the scarce amount of hits that it did. It features some Michael Hutchence' most bone-chilling takes, such as "Back on Line," "Communication," and the heavy-orchestrated "Baby Don't Cry."

This album is so energetic and full of life that I still cannot believe that the band would ever have to create a reality show merely a decade later to replace such a charismatic heart-throb idol such as Michael Hutchence. It is very rare that talents and looks come hand in hand.

Though I never could conceive that the band could ever create another glorious album as brilliant as "Kick" until hearing "Welcome to Wherever You Are" for the first time, it withstands the test of time--it is truly the last heart-wrenching performance of the band before Michael Hutchence took his final vow on "Elegantly Wasted" in 97. "Not Enough Time," "Heaven Sent," and "All Around" are the INXS' biggest hits that never were. Unfortunately, grunge hit the airwaves, while the alternative sounds of the past remained once again, alternative.
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HASH(0x95a09b70) étoiles sur 5 Criminally Overlooked!! 21 juillet 2004
Par D. Hawkins - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I was going through my CD's today, looking for songs to put on my MP3 player, when I came across this one. I had bought it when it first came out, and played it for a few years. Then, with all the CD's I own, it had been neglected for a few years. Listening to it today, I am still impressed with how solid this album is (their most consistent, in my opinion). They really took some chances on this one, without losing any of the accessibility they became known for. Using sitar and tablas on "Questions" in 1992 was a bold move! "Heaven Sent" was a deserved radio hit, while "Communication" remains one of their best dancefloor tracks. Whether it was innovative keyboard use, horns, or strings, INXS took a lot of chances here and succeeded admirably. Unfortunately, this was not as big a hit as their previous "X" CD. Perhaps, since America was in the middle of grunge-mania in 1992, there just wasn't enough room in peoples' ears for innovative sounds. Now that grunge has gone the way of the dodo, take some time to get acquainted with this ignored masterpiece!!
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