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All Music Guide - Mike DeGagne
Released in 1986, Notorious has Andy Taylor contributing on only four songs before leaving to start his solo career, but on the strength of the title track's number two placing and "Skin Trade"'s number 39 mark, the album itself peaked at number 12 in the U.S. and number 16 in the U.K. "Notorious" itself showed real livelihood, thanks to its modern gleam and the catchy stutter of its chorus. "Skin Trade" is almost as worthy, thanks to its sultry, seductive air and enchanting but complex rhythmic allure. "'Meet el Presidente,'" a number 24 hit in Britain, sports a rather appealing flow. The provocative, nightclub brand of martini-sipping pop is meritorious, felt mostly in ...
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All Music Guide - Mike DeGagne
Released in 1986, Notorious has Andy Taylor contributing on only four songs before leaving to start his solo career, but on the strength of the title track's number two placing and "Skin Trade"'s number 39 mark, the album itself peaked at number 12 in the U.S. and number 16 in the U.K. "Notorious" itself showed real livelihood, thanks to its modern gleam and the catchy stutter of its chorus. "Skin Trade" is almost as worthy, thanks to its sultry, seductive air and enchanting but complex rhythmic allure. "'Meet el Presidente,'" a number 24 hit in Britain, sports a rather appealing flow. The provocative, nightclub brand of martini-sipping pop is meritorious, felt mostly in the album's two biggest tracks.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/29/1993
  • Label: Parlophone (Wea)
  • UPC: 077774641524
  • Catalog Number: 464151

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Notorious (4:18)
  2. 2 American Science (4:44)
  3. 3 Skin Trade (5:57)
  4. 4 A Matter of Feeling (5:58)
  5. 5 Hold Me (4:32)
  6. 6 Vertigo: Do the Demolition (4:44)
  7. 7 So Misled (4:03)
  8. 8 "Meet el Presidente" (4:18)
  9. 9 Winter Marches On (3:25)
  10. 10 Proposition (4:57)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Duran Duran Primary Artist
Stan Harrison Saxophone
Brenda White-King Vocals
Curtis King Vocals
Cindy Mizelle Vocals
Tessa Niles Vocals
Technical Credits
Duran Duran Producer
Nile Rodgers Producer
Daniel Abraham Engineer
Bob Ludwig Mastering
John Taylor Composer
John Swannell Cover Design
Frank Olinsky Cover Design
Christy Turlington Cover Design
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Grown-Up

    Duan Duran 1986 is a curious beast indeed. On hearing this initally it was hard to believe this was the same group that made Rio and the Reflex. This slimmed-down Duran managed to produce this very competent adult-dance album, one which features two of their finest compositions in the title track and the top notch Skin Trade. Featuring a back-up team which includes Nile Rodgers and Steve ''Average White Band'' Ferrone, the band successfully produce a sound as opposite to the bloated Seven And The Ragged Tiger as it's possible to do.Some of the tracks are uniformly bland though and despite Simon Lebon's lyrical peak and John Taylor's funky basslines poor Nick Rhodes is hardly audible in places.Overall a fine feelgood album. Just a shame that Roger and Andy didn't stick around for it.

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