Inxs - Discography Rare and Solo 1980 - 2010 [FLAC] [h33t] - Kitlope

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Labels: Deluxe, WEA, Atco/Atlantic, Polygram, Epic, Mercury, MX3, Petrol/EMI


[b]Albums, Years & Catalog # in this Torrent: [/b]


[b]Studio Albums and EP's: [/b]


Inxs 1980 CD 90184 *
Underneath The Colours 1981 RVCD-145 (Stay Young Remaster – Disc 1) *
Shabooh Shoobah 1982 CD 90072 *
Dekadance 1983 (not my rip - ripped from vinyl)
The Swing 1984 CD 90160 *
Listen Like Thieves 1985 A2 81277 543934T *
Kick 1987 CD 81796 *
X 1990 CD 82140 *
Welcome to Wherever You Are 1992 CD 82394 *
Elegantly Wasted 1997 314 534531 – 1 *
Switch 2005 (not my rip)


[b]Compilations, Solo, Greatest Hits, Live & Singles: [/b]


Max Q 1989 CD 82014 (M. Hutchence solo) *
Compilation 1990 SACD 002 (Promotional Copy) *
Live Baby Live 1991 A2 82294 745794T (ripped with CDex) *
Greatest Hits 1994 CD 82622 (North American Release) *
All Juiced Up (Remixes) 1994 (not my rip)
The Strangest Party 1994 85609-2 (Single) *
Michael Hutchence 1999 63881-27064 (solo release) *
A Straight Line 1999 VVR5010773 *
Shine Like it Does – The Anthology 2001 R2 74262 *
Stay Young – The Complete Deluxe Years 2002 RVCD-145 (Disc 2) *
Original Sin 2010 (not my rip)
The Complete "B" Sides Collection Volume 2 2011 Pye Records 02 *



* Denotes My Rip


[b]This is an updated Inxs Discography torrent. Most of these are my rips, the one’s that are not is Switch (2005), Original Sin (2010), All Juiced up (1994), Dekadance (1983) and Max Q – Way of the World Single (1989) so thank you to the original uploaders. Live Baby Live ripped using CDex due to EAC having issues with the disc. Inxs – Underneath The Colours taken from the 2 CD Remastered Compilation “Stay Young The Deluxe Years”. This is the only studio album to be remastered within this torrent. Audiochecker folder included for rips that are not mine but as before with some of my other torrents some albums report Errors and/or MPEG rips but rest assured these are authentic flacs. Audiochecker is prone to false positives and there are some with this particular torrent. If anybody has anymore Inxs, especially some more of the rare stuff (I'm thinking of the other Dekadance EP), please do make available in Lossless!


Kit [/b]




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[b]From Wiki:[/b]

[quote]
INXS (pronounced "in excess") is an Australian rock band, formed as The Farriss Brothers in 1977 in Sydney.[1][2] Mainstays are Garry Gary Beers on bass guitar, Andrew Farriss on keyboards, Jon Farriss on drums, Tim Farriss on lead guitar and Kirk Pengilly on guitar/sax.[3] For twenty years, they were fronted by Michael Hutchence on lead vocals, whose "sultry good looks" and magnetic stage presence made him the focal point of the band.[1][3] Initially known for their New Wave/ska/pop style, they later developed a harder pub rock style,[1] including funk and dance elements. INXS achieved international success with a series of hit recordings through the 1980s and 1990s, including the albums Listen Like Thieves, Kick, X and Welcome to Wherever You Are and the singles "Original Sin", "Need You Tonight", "Devil Inside" and "New Sensation".[4][5][6][7] Hutchence died in 1997 and INXS did not perform publicly for a year,[1]. The band 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 a reality television series, broadcast worldwide, culminating in the selection of their new lead singer, Canadian J. D. Fortune, and the release of "Pretty Vegas" and "Afterglow" as singles, and its album Switch.[7][6][8]

INXS has won six Australian Recording Industry Association awards including three for 'Best Group' in 1987, 1989 and 1992[9], and was inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame in 2001.[10][11]. To date INXS have sold more than 30 million records.
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[b] Studio Albums: [/b]



[b]Inxs [/b] 1980


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INXS is Australian rock group INXS's first album. It was released in Australia in 1980 and was not available internationally until 1984. INXS recorded the album in between doing, on average, two gigs at the local pubs around Sydney each day (sometimes three).


[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"On a Bus" – 3:49
2.	"Doctor" – 2:37
3.	"Just Keep Walking" – 2:43
4.	"Learn to Smile" – 4:55
5.	"Jumping" – 3:21
6.	"In Vain" – 4:26
7.	"Roller Skating" – 2:47
8.	"Body Language" – 2:05
9.	"Newsreel Babies" – 2:41
10.	"Wishy Washy" – 3:51

* Simple Simon Bonus Track Included




[b]Underneath The Colours [/b] 1981


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Underneath the Colours is Australian rock group INXS' second album. It was released in Australia in 1981. It was with this album that Michael Hutchence's songwriting started to mature and the band started to find a unique sound. Included were political songs and their very first ballad. It was released outside Australia and New Zealand in 1984, as the band were gaining momentum in their success.


[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Stay Young" – 3:25
2.	"Horizons" – 5:13
3.	"Big Go Go" – 3:12
4.	"Underneath the Colours" – 3:59
5.	"Fair Weather Ahead" – 4:21
6.	"Night of Rebellion" – 3:44
7.	"Follow" – 3:53
8.	"Barbarian" – 3:00
9.	"What Would You Do" – 3:08
10.	"Just to Learn Again" – 4:43

* The Loved One Bonus Track Included (original 1981 recording)




[b]Shabooh Shoobah [/b] 1982


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Shabooh Shoobah is Australian rock group INXS's third studio album and was released in October 1982. It peaked at No. 5 on the ARIA Albums Chart and remained on the chart for 94 weeks. It was the band's first album to be released worldwide and appeared on the United States Billboard 200 and on the Hot Pop Albums Chart. The album spawned four singles, "The One Thing" (July 1982), "Don't Change" (October), "To Look at You" (March 1983) and "Black and White" (June). It was produced by Mark Opitz for WEA Australia with most tracks written by band members, Andrew Farriss and Michael Hutchence. The song "Don't Change" has been covered by The Audreys, The Bravery, Everclear, Face to Face, Goo Goo Dolls, Grinspoon, Zero (a post-punk band from Uruguay covered the song with the title No cambies), and as a bonus track on American rock group A Fire Inside's 2006 album Decemberunderground. "The One Thing" is featured in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories under the fictional radio station Flash FM. "Don't Change" plays during the credits of the movie Adventureland and is featured in its soundtrack.


[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"The One Thing" – 3:24
2.	"To Look at You" – 3:55
3.	"Spy of Love" – 3:58
4.	"Soul Mistake" – 2:57
5.	"Here Comes" – 3:00
6.	"Black and White" – 3:40
7.	"Golden Playpen" – 3:03
8.	"Jan's Song" – 3:18
9.	"Old World New World" – 3:38
10.	"Don't Change" – 4:24



[b]The Swing [/b] 1984


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The Swing is Australian rock band INXS's fourth studio album, released in 1984. The lead single "Original Sin" was recorded in New York City with Nile Rodgers and featured Daryl Hall on backing vocals. Overall, the album featured a slightly harder-edged sound than their previous releases. It enjoyed long-term success on the Australian music charts, remaining in the top 50 selling albums for over 2 years. It remained relatively unknown in the United States, however, where it was their next album, Listen Like Thieves, that made them a worldwide name. As of 2006, the album is in the top 10 best-selling albums in Australia. It produced three top 3 singles on the Australian charts. A cassette of remixes, Dekadance, was also released in Australia.

[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Original Sin" – 5:19
2.	"Melting in the Sun" – 3:25
3.	"I Send a Message" – 3:24
4.	"Dancing on the Jetty" – 4:34
5.	"The Swing" – 3:52
6.	"Johnson's Aeroplane" – 3:55
7.	"Love Is (What I Say)" – 3:42
8.	"Face the Change" – 3:34
9.	"Burn for You" – 4:59
10.	"All the Voices" – 6:06



[b]Listen Like Thieves [/b] 1985


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Listen Like Thieves is the fifth album by the Australian rock band INXS. It was released in 1985. Considered a breakthrough album for the band, it featured their first top 5 single in the United States, "What You Need". This album also marks their alliance with Chris Thomas, who would produce the band's most successful albums.


[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"What You Need" – 3:35
2.	"Listen Like Thieves" – 3:47
3.	"Kiss the Dirt (Falling Down the Mountain)" – 3:56
4.	"Shine Like It Does" – 3:05
5.	"Good + Bad Times" – 2:46
6.	"Biting Bullets" – 2:49
7.	"This Time" – 3:11
8.	"Three Sisters" – 2:27
9.	"Same Direction" – 4:58
10.	"One x One" – 3:05
11.	"Red Red Sun" – 3:32



[b]Kick [/b] 1987


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Kick is an album by the Australian rock band INXS, released in 1987 by Atlantic Records in the United States and Phonogram Records in the United Kingdom. It is their best-selling album to date and according to Story to Story: The Official Autobiography has sold more than 10 million copies in the U.S. alone (as of 2005).[citation needed] Kick spawned four top 10 singles, including "Need You Tonight"/"Mediate", "Devil Inside", "New Sensation", and "Never Tear Us Apart". At the 1988 MTV Video Music Awards, the band took home five Moonmen for the "Need You Tonight"/"Mediate" video. The album has been reissued on numerous occasions. Rhino Entertainment released a remastered reissue four previously unreleased bonus tracks in 2002. Mercury/Universal reissued the album in 2004 as part of their Deluxe Edition series of albums. The two-disc collection was bolstered by a disc of remixes, B-sides and outtakes.

[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Guns in the Sky" – 2:21
2.	"New Sensation" – 3:39
3.	"Devil Inside" – 5:14
4.	"Need You Tonight" – 3:01
5.	"Mediate" – 2:36
6.	"The Loved One" – 3:37
7.	"Wild Life" – 3:10
8.	"Never Tear Us Apart" – 3:05
9.	"Mystify" – 3:17
10.	"Kick" – 3:14
11.	"Calling All Nations" – 3:02
12.	"Tiny Daggers" – 3:29



[b]X [/b] 1990


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X is Australian rock band INXS's seventh studio album, released in 1990. The title, the Roman numeral for "10", represents the band's tenth year since their debut album was released in 1980. The album contains such hit singles as "Suicide Blonde", "Disappear", and "Bitter Tears". It was the third consecutive INXS album produced by Chris Thomas following Listen Like Thieves and Kick. The album features a sample of legendary blues-harp player Charlie Musselwhite on "Suicide Blonde", and Musselwhite himself playing on "Who Pays the Price". In 2002, a remastered version of the album was released that included five previously unreleased tracks.

[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Suicide Blonde" – 3:52
2.	"Disappear" (J. Farris, M. Hutchence) – 4:10
3.	"The Stairs" – 4:56
4.	"Faith in Each Other" – 4:09
5.	"By My Side" (A. Farriss, M. Hutchence & Chris Thomas) – 3:06
6.	"Lately" – 3:37
7.	"Who Pays the Price" – 3:37
8.	"Know the Difference" – 3:17
9.	"Bitter Tears" – 3:49
10.	"On My Way" – 2:55
11.	"Hear That Sound" – 4:10



[b]Welcome to Wherever You Are [/b] 1992


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Welcome to Wherever You Are is an album by the Australian rock and roll group INXS, released in 1992. With grunge music and alternative music breaking into the mainstream, INXS tried to establish a new direction for itself, à la U2 and Achtung Baby, incorporating sitars, a 60-piece orchestra, and a much more "raw" sound to their music. In its four star review of the album, Q called it "...a far more engaging and heartfelt collection than anything the group has put out in recent memory... It rocks," and listed it as one of the 50 Best Albums of 1992. Ultimately, however, with lack of promotion by their label and the band not touring for the album (wanting a break), the record failed to match the success of INXS's two previous albums, Kick and X. However, it still reached #1 in the UK, but the band's popularity soon waned. While the single "Baby Don't Cry" was a Top 20 hit in the UK, the album's biggest American hit was "Not Enough Time", which reached #2 on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, and stayed there for five consecutive weeks. In 2002, a remastered version of the album was released that included five previously unreleased tracks.

[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Questions" – 2:07
2.	"Heaven Sent" – 3:18
3.	"Communication" – 5:18
4.	"Taste It" – 3:18
5.	"Not Enough Time" – 4:13
6.	"All Around" – 3:18
7.	"Baby Don't Cry" – 4:45
8.	"Beautiful Girl" – 3:27
9.	"Wishing Well" – 3:25
10.	"Back on Line" – 3:12
11.	"Strange Desire" – 4:08
12.	"Men and Women" – 4:38



[b]Elegantly Wasted [/b] 1997


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Elegantly Wasted is the 10th studio album by the Australian rock band INXS. It was released on 15 April 1997 and is the final album recorded with lead singer Michael Hutchence who was found dead in a Sydney hotel room on November 22 of that year. Two songs that didn't make the final cut of the album were included on the Bang the Drum EP.

[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Show Me (Cherry Baby)" – 4:16
2.	"Elegantly Wasted" – 4:32
3.	"Everything" – 3:13
4.	"Don't Lose Your Head" – 4:02
5.	"Searching" – 4:04
6.	"I'm Just a Man" – 4:48
7.	"Girl on Fire" – 3:55
8.	"We Are Thrown Together" – 5:36
9.	"Shake the Tree" – 4:10
10.	"She Is Rising" – 5:24
11.	"Building Bridges" – 3:57



[b]Switch [/b] 2005


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Switch is the 11th studio album by the Australian rock band INXS. It was released on November 29, 2005. It is notable for being the first and only album with new lead singer J. D. Fortune since the 1997 death of Michael Hutchence.


[b]Tracks: [/b]


1.	"Devil's Party" (Andrew Farriss, J. D. Fortune) – 3:25
2.	"Pretty Vegas" (Music: A. Farriss; Lyrics: Fortune, Marty Casey, Jordis Unga) – 3:25
3.	"Afterglow" (A. Farriss, Desmond Child) – 4:08
4.	"Hot Girls" (A. Farriss, Guy Chambers, The Matrix) – 3:30
5.	"Perfect Strangers" (Garry Gary Beers, Tony Bruno, The Matrix, Shelly Peiken) – 4:12
6.	"Remember Who's Your Man" (A. Farriss, Gregg Alexander, Annie Roboff) – 3:28
7.	"Hungry" (A. Farriss) – 4:47
8.	"Never Let You Go" (Jon Farriss, Fortune) – 4:18
9.	"Like It or Not" (Kirk Pengilly, Hughie Murray) – 3:44
10.	"Us" (A. Farriss, Chambers) – 4:07
11.	"God's Top Ten" (A. Farriss) – 4:54




[b]Compilations, Solo, Greatest Hits, Live & Singles: [/b]




[b]Max Q [/b] 1989


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Max Q was a short-lived Australian rock band in the late 1980s
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