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The title X represents the roman numeral 10 for the 10th anniversary of INXS' first album. INXS: Michael Hutchence (vocals); Kirk Pengilly (guitar, saxophone, background vocals); Andrew Farriss (guitar, keyboards); Tim Farriss (guitar); John Farriss (keyboards, drums); Garry Gary Beers (bass). Additional personnel: Charlie Musselwhite (harmonica). Recorded at Rhinoceros Studios, Sydney, Australia. Originally released on Atlantic (82140). Includes liner notes by Chris Thomas. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Kirk Pengilly (vocals, guitar, saxophone); Michael Hutchence (vocals); Andrew Farriss (guitar, keyboards); Tim Farriss (guitar); Charlie Musselwhite (harmonica); Jon Farriss (keyboards, drums). Recording information: Air Studios, London, England; Rhinoceros Studios, Studio 2, Sydney, Australia. Following up an album as huge-selling and pop-culturally omnipresent as INXS's 1987 breakthrough KICK was a daunting proposition. But, possibly because most of KICK's best moments were killed by overexposure, X stands the test of time better than its predecessor. Opening with the hypnotic, twitchy Suicide Blonde, one of the band's finest singles, X careens through 11 unpretentious Stones-meet-techno dance-rock tracks, including the fine rocker Disappear and the impressive, emotional ballad Bitter Tears. While INXS should be applauded simply for not making KICK PART II, X is a great album in its own right.
Dangerous Opportunity: Making Change Work Based on 15 years of research involving over 10,000 managers, Dangerous Opportunity: Making Change Work offers managers new insights into the different ways in which people react to change their Change Styles so they can lead business transitions more effectively. The book presents a powerful four-stage Change Process Model and provides a step-by-step outline to help managers lead change for meaningful, measurable business improvement. Dangerous Opportunity: Making Change Work gives us the language, understanding, and tools needed to address the most difficult of tasks making change in a complex society. Rick Foster, Ph.D. Vice President for Programs W.K. Kellogg Foundation This concise, coherent, and elegant book offers an eminently practical...
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