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INXS — a Group in Search of Identity

Interview by Clinton Walker, Age, The, 13 January 1984

IF AUSTRALIAN pop music really equals that anywhere in the world, it must follow that that it can be equally as bad. ...

INXS: The Kick Inside

Interview by Caroline Sullivan, Melody Maker, 2 January 1988

THEY'VE CONQUERED THE WORLD BUT STILL CAN'T WOO THE CRITICS. INXS ARE AN ENIGMA. CAROLINE SULLIVAN PONDERS THE RIDDLE WITH MICHAEL HUTCHENCE,'THE SEXIEST MAN IN ...

Splat! INXS Makes The Sound Of SUXS

Interview by Bud Scoppa, Creem, February 1988

INXS FRONTMAN Michael Hutchence is draped casually across an easy chair in a suite at West Hollywood's Sunset Marquis Hotel. An industrial vacuum cleaner rests ...

INXS: Kick

Book Excerpt by John Pidgeon, Classic Albums (BBC Books), 1991

Kick and, specifically, the irresistibly rhythmic rock of 'Need You Tonight' turned Australia's INXS into a world-wide success overnight, except overnight success doesn't happen to ...

INXS: We're Getting There…

Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, January 1991

Loud, powerful, seemingly invincible, the INXS Express comes thundering into yet another city. But this particular journey has not been altogether smooth. Stung by accusations ...

INXS at Wembley Stadium: All the aces but little heart

Live Review by David Sinclair, Times, The, 15 July 1991

QUITE BY coincidence INXS mount their London summer spectacular on the sixth anniversary of the Live Aid concert at this same venue, In so far ...

INXS: Vast

Report and Interview by Andy Gill, Q, June 1992

THE CONCERT FOR LIFE: INXS, CROWDED HOUSE, DIESEL, JENNY MORRIS, RATCAT, YOTHU YINDI, DEF FX – CENTENNIAL PARK, SYDNEY, March 28, 1992 ...

INXS: Welcome To Wherever You Are

Review by David Sinclair, Q, September 1992

NOW 15 years old, INXS have made remarkably little go a long way. ...

INXS: Welcome To Our New Direction

Report and Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, August 1993

In a fully comprehensive roots-and-reality reacquaintance exercise, INXS are nostalgically experiencing the sights, the sounds, the smells of their earliest days in a series of ...

Michael Hutchence: The Q 100 Interview

Interview by Adrian Deevoy, Q, January 1995

HOW THE devil are you? ...

Michael Hutchence 1960-1997

Obituary by Toby Creswell, Rolling Stone (Australia), December 1997

Whether it was an old head injury, the wrong medication or the loneliness that caused his untimely death, Michael Hutchence was an international superstar, an ...

Michael Hutchence 1960-1997

Obituary by Andrew Mueller, Vox, January 1998

THAT MICHAEL HUTCHENCE should fail to reach his 40th birthday is, perhaps, no surprise in itself – his career was distinguished by a wholehearted subscription ...

Michael Hutchence, 1960-1997: Death Of A Rock Star

Obituary by Lucy O'Brien, Q, February 1998

Living life at supersonic speed, broken by the battle between his fiancée and her ex-husband, scarred by childhood neglect and propelled by his urge for ...

INXS: Definitive

Review by Dan Gennoe, Q, 2002

FIVE YEARS after singer Michael Hutchence's death, INXS are making their much threatened comeback, fronted by Jon Stevens from fellow Aussie rockers Noiseworks. ...

INXS Need You Tonight

Report by Andrew Mueller, Guardian, The, 19 March 2005

IT'S NOT THE sort of job that often gets advertised. Michael Hutchence, notwithstanding his bizarre death, aged 37, in 1997, generally looked like he was ...

see also Michael Hutchence

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