Inxs burn for you extended remix

AFTER hinting at greatness on their first two albums, INXS refined their vision on 1982’s inspired Shabooh Shoobah. Much of the credit goes to the start of a creative partnership with producer Mark Opitz that continues to this day — he’s overseeing the music on Never Tear Us Apart. Opitz’s brilliant autobiography Sophisto-Punk talks about the, er, heavy medicine that featured in the studio during the making of this record. The band felt he was the first man to capture the power of their live sound, it also contains some stone-cold INXS classic hits in Don’t Change (why wasn’t that featured more in the telemovie?), The One Thing, Black and White and To Look at You. It also highlights their diversity — from the indie rock of Golden Playpen to the dance-funk of Black and White. The DNA of INXS was established with this album.

In the 1990s, INXS achieved a greater fan following through Hutchence's romance with fellow Australian singer Kylie Minogue , and achieved greater acclaim in the United Kingdom. However, starting with Welcome to Wherever You Are , in 1992, they achieved less success in the United States. After Hutchence was found dead in his hotel suite in Sydney in November 1997, the band did not perform publicly for a year. [1] They made appearances with several guest singers, including Jimmy Barnes , Terence Trent D'Arby and Jon Stevens ; Stevens formally joined the band for a tour and recording session in 2002. [2] In 2005, members of INXS participated in Rock Star: INXS , a reality television series broadcast worldwide, culminating in the selection of their new lead singer, Canadian . Fortune . With Fortune, the band released " Pretty Vegas " and " Afterglow " as singles, and the album Switch . [6] [7] [8]

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