Few rock frontmen commanded a stage or a recording studio in the way that Hutchence did.
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."
Released a year after the INXS singer’s death, Michael Hutchence’s self-titled solo album was an evocative work by a much-missed artist.
Seared into history as ‘Live Baby Live’, INXS’ 1991 Wembley Stadium concert captured “one of the biggest global sensations at the height of their powers”.
The 'Live Baby Live' soundtrack album will also be released across 3LP Deluxe, 2CD & all digital formats on 15 November.
The much-acclaimed film will be playing in U.S. cinemas for one night only, on 7 January 2020.
The vinyl & CD formats feature unseen imagery from the show, new essays from the band and sleeve notes by broadcaster and fan Jamie East.
The show has been fully restored from the original 35mm print to create a new widescreen 4K Ultra HD version.
The most incisive Michael Hutchence quotes reveal a thoughtful, articulate star with a fierce intelligence and unwavering commitment to artistic integrity.
The compilation was originally available only on cassette with six different covers, one for each band member.
After three consecutive top ten albums in the UK, the Australian band went straight to No. 1 with their 1992 release.
From powerhouse belters to multi-octave vocalists with mind-boggling versatility, the best male rock singers have left their mark on music history.
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.
This new version of the band's 1987 hit is the third track to be taken from 'Mystify – A Musical Journey With Michael Hutchence'.
The song is the second track to be taken from the soundtrack to the forthcoming documentary, 'Mystify - A Musical Journey With Michael Hutchence.'