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Innervisions (album) by Stevie Wonder

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Innervisions
Innervisions by Stevie Wonder (1973)
Overall rank: 130th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
85/100 (from 983 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 5 albums of 1973 (4th)
Award Top 50 albums of the 1970s (33rd)
Award Top 200 albums of all time (130th)

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Innervisions is ranked as the best album by Stevie Wonder.

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-InnervisionsSongs In The Key Of Life

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95/100
From caseygow
Wow. Stevie was working a whole different level than everyone else at this time. EVERY track here is great.
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I have only recently started to listen to Stevie Wonder seriously recently, probably because I wasn't mature enough to recognise the fantastic musicianship and vocals. This is an album encompassing many styles, funk, soul, jazz rock, it's all here and a great album sleeve too.
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The uplifting mood. The funk. The social commentary. I speak fluent spanish! Chevere!
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From Graeme2
Let me give you some very in depth analysis of this record...way better than songs in the key of life. And 99.99% better than owt ever released. And better than the best album you could even pretend you could make if you had talent. Which you don't. And even if you do, put this on and realise some facts. Why don't you have this in your top 10?
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From Ben4
One of the most perfect albums out there. Every track is great.
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Although I've loved Stevie Wonder for just about as long as I can remember actively listening to music, I have to confess that I was brought to Innervisions by an unlikely source: the Red Hot Chili Peppers. It was their cover of "Higher Ground," which initially I didn't know was a cover, that led me to check out the original, which obviously is far, far superior. My love for the Chilis has dissipated somewhat over the years, but my adoration for Stevie Wonder has not, and I'm still grateful to him for outing politicians who talk while their “people keep on dyin'.” That message holds as true today, particularly in the context of police shootings of people of color, as it did in 1973.
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From Drzozzy
I bought Innervisions by Stevie Wonder on 26/03/1994 from on CD for £7.00 The version I have is on the record label Motown catalogue number 530 035-2 It entered the UK charts on 01/09/1973 and got to number 8 spending a total of 55 weeks on the chart.
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No filler tracks = Innervisions
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Probably Stevie Wonder's most perfect record. Innervisions, May not be your favourite Wonder LP, and you may not even think it's his best, but it is his one album that ticks all the boxes. It doesn't feel indulgent or overlong, there's no filler, weak tracks or any missteps, it's simply Stevie Wonder firing on all cylinders, making a tight, cohesive and unforgettable LP. Great songs in, living for the city, higher ground, and, all in love is fair. Simply breathtaking.
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From corenfro
Stevie is seriously an another level than we mere mortals are. This is an incredible work and the story surrounding it is pretty neat as well. The 2nd half slumps slightly but along with Songs in the Key of life, this is essential Stevie Wonder (and essential to anyone w/ ears)
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Best Albums of 1973
1. The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd
2. Houses Of The Holy by Led Zeppelin
3. Quadrophenia by The Who
4. Innervisions by Stevie Wonder
5. Selling England By The Pound by Genesis
6. Goodbye Yellow Brick Road by Elton John
7. Raw Power by Iggy And The Stooges
8. Band On The Run by Paul McCartney & Wings
9. Aladdin Sane by David Bowie
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11. Future Days by Can
12. Berlin by Lou Reed
13. Tubular Bells by Mike Oldfield
14. The Wild, The Innocent & The E Street Shuffle by Bruce Springsteen
15. For Your Pleasure by Roxy Music
16. Head Hunters by Herbie Hancock
17. Closing Time by Tom Waits
18. Sabbath Bloody Sabbath by Black Sabbath
19. Larks' Tongues In Aspic by King Crimson
20. Catch A Fire by The Wailers



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