The 1991 Wembley Stadium concert captured one of the biggest global sensations at the height of their powers.
The lively visual was created in partnership with LEGO’s New VIDIYO app.
Few rock frontmen commanded a stage or a recording studio in the way that Hutchence did.
Da Baby Feat. Roddy Ricch, Billie Eilish, and Taylor Swift were also among the country’s best-selling artists of 2020.
Murphy played a huge part in INXS' international success from 1979 to 1995 and also managed acts including The Models and The Buckleys.
Michael Cassel, CEO/Producer said, "This presents an exciting opportunity to create a new theatrical story, using an extraordinary catalog of music."
Both a confidant and a fantasy to his audience, Michael Hutchence combined god-like looks with an enigmatic personality, becoming rock’s last true sex god.
The original film from 1991 was scanned and restored into 4K, and remixed and remastered for release by Giles Martin and Sam Okell.
The release follows the restored film’s hugely successful debut theatrical run in late 2019, when it played on over a thousand cinema screens globally.
The home entertainment release features the film presented in widescreen for the first time, and in over 20 times greater resolution (on 4K UHD blu-ray) than the original DVD release.
INXS were an Australian pop-rock band co-founded by lead singer Michael Hutchence and best known for their classic album, Kick.
The young band are only the second signing to Petrol Records since CM Murphy signed award-winning siblings and band of brothers, INXS in 2009.
The song also features on 'Songs For Australia': a compilation album of covers by Australian acts that will benefit the fire-stricken country’s rehabilitation efforts.
The Black Crowes could always be counted on to produce the finest Southern rock of the late 20th Century, and ‘Shake Your Money Maker’ is no exception.
The band said, “The announcement of being the biggest selling Australian artist of the last decade is overwhelming, and we are truly humbled, thank you."
Though two bands emerging in very different eras, Las Vegas quartet Imagine Dragons and trailblazing Aussie rockers INXS could easily be contemporaries.