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|1. Guns In The Sky|
|2. New Sensation|
|3. Devil Inside|
|4. Need You Tonight|
|6. The Loved One|
|7. Wild Life|
|8. Never Tear Us Apart|
|11. Calling All Nations|
|12. Tiny Daggers|
|13. Move On (Guitar Version)|
|14. Jesus Was A Man|
|15. Mystify (Chicago Demo)|
|16. The Trap (Demo)|
KICK: the original 12-song album with 4 bonus tracks: the non-LP single "Move On" plus the previously unreleased tracks "Jesus Was A Man"; "Mystify" (Chicago Demo); and "The Trap" (Demo).
Throughout the early 1980s, INXS kept threatening to go big league, and with 1987's Kick they broke wide open, sENDing a sharp quartet of singles--"New Sensation," "Devil Inside," "Need You Tonight," and the shimmering ballad "Never Tear Us Apart"--right to the charts. The rest of Kick, especially the strutting "Guns in the Sky" and the groovy "Wild Life," is of similar quality; all of it is marked by the band's Stones-y guitars and angular, funk-tinged rhythms. Vocalist Michael Hutchence's MTV good looks and Aretha-meets-Aerosmith swagger completed the musical equation for both the girls and the boys. One of the decade's great live bands, too. --Michael Ruby --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
Great album by a great band. Don't bother with any of their garbage after Michael Hutchens.Published 13 months ago by Neuro
Revered in Australia as the best example of the Australian pub rock sound but in my opinion hardly worth the effort. I have never liked them and this is a fine example of why. Read morePublished on Sept. 5 2012 by Charlie "The Read"
What is the point of an audiophile record company putting out a second rate line? I purchased this because my original version although very dynamic was a little bright. Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2012 by The Seeker
Hey everybody, this is a great CD beginning to end. For your information wozamoya from Chicago, IL "Kick" was released in 1987 not 1988. Read morePublished on April 14 2004 by Andre
i love these guys they wrote their own songs played their own
instruments and basically wrote very catchy songs bursting
it is a shame that the... Read more
This has to be the best album INXS has ever done.The greatest hits album album is no where as good as this.
I consider this to be there greatest hits album. Read more
I think even the group would tell you this was their greatest album. While many of their other albums are wonderful, this one is so upbeat and positive that it is hard to find a... Read morePublished on Aug. 13 2002 by Erik J. Malvick
There are those who are big INXS fans, yes they exist, who think that this was a "sell out" album. Read morePublished on Feb. 19 2002 by Joe A