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Old 11-25-2007, 05:00 PM   #16
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Originally posted by intedomine
Awesome vocalist, contrary to what might have happened since, INXS actually died the day he did....

i can't believe it's been ten years too. i was just talking about it friday too and didn't realise it was that day

i wish i'd been able to see them in concert before he passed.


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What a loss - he was so mesmerizing, all energy & unapologetic sex appeal. I never got the chance to see INXS live & I've regretted it 1000 times since Hutch died.

No matter what she may hear about her father as she grows up, I hope Tiger Lily knows how many people her dad touched with his music.

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Old 11-25-2007, 08:24 PM   #18
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Another great underrated INXS tune:

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Old 11-26-2007, 04:44 AM   #19
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RIP to a truly great, charismatic rock frontman.

It's gonna be kind of weird discovering some of those early (pre Kick) INXS albums for the very first time. As if somehow Michael's death was only a bad dream and they're still a young, happy, energetic band.. Shush, don't burst my bubble.
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it's strange, it's been a long while since I've listened to INXS. this thread reminds me to go back and have a listen. I always regretted never seeing them while Hutch was still alive.
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I also regret not seeing them at the time.
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Old 11-26-2007, 05:28 PM   #22
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Well I think i'm a bit younger than most people here, but started really getting into INXS two years ago when they did the reality show. I went and saw them last year with JD Fortune and it just isn't the same sound. It was most evident on their signature song, Need You Tonight.

JD is a good singer but without that voice of michael it will never be the same.
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We still miss ya, Hutch.
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Old 11-27-2007, 01:24 PM   #24
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I will never forget interviewing him in '84. He was so charismatic, so polite, somewhat shy during our talk, so damn handsome...

I'm still sad beyond words at his passing, ten years after.
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^ You interviewed him.....WOW! Please share more, I would love to know what you guys talked about.

I never forget when I saw him was when INXS headlined the Concert For Life in Centennial Park - still remains the best concert i have ever been to.

Other aussie artists were Def FX (remember them!), Yothu Yindi, Jenny Morris, Ratcat, Johnny Diesel and Crowded House.

I still remember when the orchestra came out on to the stage and started to play "never tear us apart"....... makes me get goosebumps still.

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