I like this album more now than I did in the 80's. I think back then there was just too much INXS going on. These dudes were everywhere when this album came out and I was super sick of their overexposure. And it didn't help that every girl in school was in love with Michael Hutchence.
But now that I listen to this album, I've learned to forgive and appreciate that it really is a great album. Hell, I even enjoyed listening to "Never Tear Us Apart" and back in the old days I probably set a record for changing the channel quickest when this video came on. And it was always on!
So I guess after listening to three INXS albums, I'm open to getting more if I find them in the used bins. I think I got all three of these records for a buck each.